My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 6, 2020
B: Callum Mills (Swans), Steven May (Melbourne), Nathan Broad (Richmond)
HB: Lachie Whitfield (Giants), Darcy Moore (Collingwood), David Zaharakis (Essendon)
C: Brodie Smith (Adelaide), Andrew McGrath (Essendon), Isaac Smith (Hawthorn)
HF: Darcy Parish (Essendon), Rory Lobb (Fremantle), Jack Martin (Carlton)
FF: Izak Rankine (Gold Coast), Harry McKay (Carlton), Eddie Betts (Carlton)
Foll: Todd Goldstein (North Melbourne), Matthew Kennedy (Carlton), Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn)
Int: Matt Crouch (Adelaide), Sam Menegola (Geelong), Jy Simpkin (North Melbourne), Will Setterfield (Carlton)
Callum Mills was a shinning light for the Swans. Steven May was a pivotal part of Melbourne beating Gold Coast. Nathan Broad played possibly his best game for Richmond. Lachie Whitfield was one positive for the Giants to take from their loss to Port Adelaide. Darcy Moore was incredible for Collingwood. Moore marked the ball well and distributed it effectively. David Zaharakis kicked 3 goals for Essendon.
Brodie Smith was one positive for Adelaide against West Coast. Brodie Smith amassed 31 disposals. Andrew McGrath was an instrumental part of Essendon defeating North Melbourne. Isaac Smith never stopped trying. Isaac Smith had the biggest impact on the game of any Hawthorn player.
Darcy Parish showed that he is capable of performing at a high level in Essendon’s Round 6 game. Rory Lobb was forced to shoulder much of the ruck work as Sean Darcy suffered an injury. Lobb was outstanding. Jack Martin was an important part of Carlton’s upset win over the Western Bulldogs. Izak Rankine showed that his a very exciting prospect for Gold Coast with 3 goals. Harry McKay provided a target and kicked 3 goals for Carlton. Eddie Betts kicked 4 goals for Carlton.
Todd Goldstein displayed why he is such an important player for North Melbourne. Matthew Kennedy was impressive for Carlton with 20 disposals. Tom Mitchell amassed an impressive 33 disposals despite Hawthorn losing to Collingwood in Round 6.
Matt Crouch proved that he is definitely in Adelaide’s best 22 with 29 disposals against West Coast in Round 6. Sam Menegola displayed what he is capable of with a 26 disposal and 2 goal game against Brisbane. Jy Simpkin conveyed why he has probably been North Melbourne’s best player in AFL Season 2020 after 6 Rounds. Will Setterfield made an impact every time he touched the ball for Carlton.