AFL Round 22 My Team of the Week

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 22

B: Dylan Grimes (Tigers), Harris Andrews (Lions), Marcus Adams (Lions)
HB: Bachar Houli (Tigers), Nick Haynes (Giants), Brayden Maynard (Magpies)
C: Jack Billings (Saints), Zach Merrett (Bombers), Patrick Dangerfield (Cats)
HF: Hugh Mccluggage (Lions), Nick Larkey (Kangaroos), Brodie Smith (Crows)
FF: Jamie Elliott (Magpies), Ben Brown (Kangaroos), Charles Cameron (Lions)
Foll: Todd Goldstein (Kangaroos), Adam Treloar (Magpies), Dustin Martin (Tigers)
Int: Brad Sheppard (Eagles), Josh Dunkley (Bulldogs), Jack Macrae (Bulldogs), Jy Simpkin (Kangaroos)

Backs

Dylan Grimes proved why he may well be in the All Australian team this season with a great performance, which was part of the reason why the Tigers beat the Eagles. Harris Andrews helped to keep Tom Hawkins goalless. Marcus Adams helped curtail the influence of the Cats forward line. Bachar Houli, Nick Haynes and Brayden Maynard all provided plenty of run out of defence for their respective teams.

Midfielders

Jack Billings was outstanding for the Saints. Zach Merrett and Patrick Dangerfield were probably the best players for their respective teams.

Forwards

Hugh Mccluggage proved why he is one of the most underrated players in the competition. Nick Larkey was a pivotal part of the Kangaroos forward line. Brodie Smith was one of the Crows better players. Jamie Elliott and Ben Brown were both instrumental in their respective teams winning. Charles Cameron proved why he is such a good forward kicking 5 goals.

Followers

Todd Goldstein was the dominant ruckman for the Kangaroos, Goldstein proved that he may well play at the highest level next season. Adam Treloar proved why he may well b a chance of winning the Brownlow Medal. Dustin Martin was probably the best player on the ground in the Tigers game against the Eagles.

Interchange

Brad Sheppard proved why he should be in the All Australian team this season. Josh Dunkley was outstanding, while Jack Macrae proved he may be a chance of getting quite a few votes in this year’s Brownlow Medal! Jy Simpkin had what was probably his best game for the Kangaroos.

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