AFL Round 3- Team of the Week

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 3, 2020

B: James Sicily (Hawthorn), Sam Collins (Gold Coast), Sam Docherty (Carlton)
HB: Jarryd Lyons (Brisbane), Darcy Moore (Collingwood), Brayden Maynard (Collingwood),
C: Isaac Smith (Hawthorn), Jy Simpkin (North Melbourne), Hugh McCluggage (Brisbane)
HF: Lachie Neale (Brisbane), Levi Casboult (Carlton), Michael Gibbons (Carlton)
FF: Liam Ryan (West Coast), Ben King (Gold Coast), Eddie Betts (Carlton)
Foll: Jarrod Witts (Gold Coast), Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood), Matthew Rowell (Gold Coast)
Int: Jack Bowes (Gold Coast), Jack Lukosius (Gold Coast), Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs), Caleb Daniel (Western Bulldogs)


James Sicily played an outstanding game. Sicily helped Hawthorn negate the Richmond forward line. Sam Collins negated the impact that the Adelaide forward line had on the game. Sam Docherty led from the front. Docherty was one of the reasons why Carlton won. Jarryd Lyons was brilliant for Brisbane in Round 3. Darcy Moore helped Collingwood’s backline dominate St Kilda’s forward line. Brayden Maynard played to an optimum level in Round 3.


Isaac Smith was arguably best on ground against Richmond. Jy Simpkin helped North Melbourne be competitive against the Sydney Swans. Hugh McCluggage was a pivotal part of the Brisbane team defeating West Coast.


Lachie Neale was outstanding in Round 3 with 32 disposals and 2 goals. Levi Casboult provided a target for the Carlton team. Michael Gibbons was a solid contributor for Carlton in Round 3. Liam Ryan kicked 3 goals for West Coast against Brisbane. Ben King didn’t only kick 3 goals. King was a pivotal part of the Gold Coast structure. Eddie Betts was back to his best with 2 important goals.


Jarrod Witts displayed why he is capable of being the best ruckman in the competition. Steele Sidebottom was in a class of his own in Round 3. Matthew Rowell kicked 2 fantastic goals and amassed 20 disposals.


Jack Bowes made an impact for the Gold Coast every time he touched the ball. Jack Lukosius created plenty of run out of defence. Jack Macrae was probably the best player on the ground against the Greater Western Sydney Giants. Caleb Daniel was a pivotal part of the Western Bulldogs winning in Round 3.

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