My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 21
B: James Sicily (Hawks), Daniel Talia (Crows), Sam Petrevski-Seton (Blues)
HB: Rory Laird (Crows), Jack Carlisle (Saints), Kade Simpson (Blues)
C: Jack Billings (Saints), Dion Prestia (Tigers), Andrew Gaff (Eagles)
HF: Connor Rozee (Power), Jack Darling (Eagles), Oliver Florent (Swans)
FF: Charlie Cameron (Lions), Brody Mihocek (Magpies), Darcy Fogarty (Crows)
Foll: Jonathan Ceglar (Hawks), Matt Crouch (Crows), James Worpel (Hawks)
Int: Nat Fyfe (Dockers), Josh Dunkley (Bulldogs), Jack Macrae (Bulldogs), Jack Graham (Tigers)
James Sicily played a pivotal role for the Hawks; Sicily provided plenty of run out of defence. Daniel Talia helped curtail the influence of Eagles tall forward Josh Kennedy. Sam Petrevski-Seton played a quality game for the Blues. Rory Laird was one of the Crows better players against the Eagles. Kade Simpson worked hard for the Blues.
Jack Billings displayed why he is one of the Saints most important players. Dion Prestia attack on the footy was relentless; he played a key role in the Tigers defeating the Blues. Andrew Gaff was one of the Eagles better players.
Connor Rozee was a standout for the Power. Jack Darling proved that he should be in the conversation with regards to All Australian selection. Oliver Florent performed to an extremely high level for the Swans. Charlie Cameron kicked 6 goals for the Lions, providing plenty of highlights. Brody Mihocek kicked 4 goals for the Magpies. Darcy Fogarty was impressive for the Crows, with 5 goals.
Jonathan Ceglar was dominant in the ruck for the Hawks against the Giants. Matt Crouch was outstanding for the Crows. James Worpel was probably the best player on the ground in the Hawks game against the Giants.
Nat Fyfe was outstanding for the Dockers. Josh Dunkley and Jack Macrae were both important in the Bulldogs obliteration of the Bombers. Jack Graham kicked 4 goals for the Tigers, in the 1st half alone!