AFL Round 8- Team of the Week (Season 2020)

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 8, 2020

B: Caleb Daniel (Western Bulldogs), Dane Rampe (Sydney Swans), Hayden Crozier (Western Bulldogs)
HB: Jake Lloyd (Sydney Swans), Jordan Ridley (Essendon), James Sicily (Hawthorn)
C: Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs), Clayton Oliver (Melbourne) Sam Menegola (Geelong)
HF: Sam Walsh (Carlton) Jade Gresham (St Kilda), Toby Greene (GWS)
FF: Tom Papley (Sydney Swans), Josh Kennedy (West Coast), Dustin Martin (Richmond)
Foll: Jarrod Witts (Gold Coast), Cameron Guthrie (Geelong), Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
Int: Matt Crouch (Adelaide Crows), Zach Merrett (Essendon), Tim Kelly (West Coast), Nic Naitanui (West Coast)

Backs

Caleb Daniel displayed why he should be in the conversation for a spot in the back pocket of the AFL 2020 All Australian starting 22.
Dane Rampe displayed why he is one of the three Co-Captains for the Sydney Swans.
Hayden Crozier proved what an important player he is for the Western Bulldogs.
Jake Lloyd provided plenty of run off the half back flank.
Jordan Ridley was instrumental in Essendon getting the win over the Adelaide Crows in a tight contest.
James Sicily played an outstanding. Sicily even snuck forward and kicked a goal!

Midfielders

Jack Macrae is such a consistent performer for the Western Bulldogs. Macrae helped the Western Bulldogs win a close game against Gold Coast in Round 8.
Clayton Oliver is a player that showed why he is so highly regarded with a good display for the Melbourne Demons against Brisbane.
Sam Menegola displayed why he is one of the most underrated players in the competition.

 Forwards

Sam Walsh has shown in the last couple of games that he has the ability to win the ball and go forward and kick a goal.
Jade Gresham showed why he is such a quality player in St Kilda’s win over Port Adelaide.
Toby Greene was outstanding with five goals.
Tom Papley played extremely well. Papley finished with four goals.
Josh Kennedy played a marvellous game for West Coast kicking seven goals.
Dustin Martin was probably Richmond’s best player in their narrow loss to the GWS.

Followers

Jarrod Witts dominated the hit outs against the Western Bulldogs ruckman Tim English. Witts finished with 46 hit outs to English’s 14 hit outs!
Cameron Guthrie was a consistent performer for Geelong throughout the four quarters.
Lachie Neale had a typically quality performance; one that you’d come to expect from Neale who finished with 33 disposals.

 Interchange

Matt Crouch nearly helped the Adelaide Crows get over the line against Essendon.
Zach Merrett was unbelievably good. Merrett finished the game with 33 disposals.
Tim Kelly played his best game of the AFL 2020 Season. Kelly finished with 29 disposals.
Nic Naitanui controlled his ruck battle with arguably the number one ruckman in the competition in Collingwood’s Brodie Grundy.

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