AFL All Australian Team (After Round 9)

My AFL All Australian Team After Round 9, 2020

B: Caleb Daniel (Western Bulldogs), Sam Collins (Gold Coast), James Sicily (Hawthorn)
HB: Brayden Maynard (Collingwood), Nick Haynes (GWS), Brad Sheppard (West Coast)
C: Jack Macrae (Captain– Western Bulldogs), Travis Boak (Port Adelaide), Andrew Gaff (West Coast)
HF: Shaun Higgins (North Melbourne), Matt Taberner (Fremantle), Jack Billings (St Kilda)
FF: Charlie Cameron (Brisbane), Charlie Dixon (Port Adelaide), Dustin Martin (Richmond)
Foll: Jarrod Witts (Gold Coast), Jack Steele (St Kilda), Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
Int: Rowan Marshall (St Kilda), Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn), Lachie Whitfield (GWS), Tom Papley (Sydney Swans)

Coach: Brett Ratten


Caleb Daniel is one of the reasons why the Western Bulldogs could make the finals in AFL Season 2020.
Sam Collins has been extremely consistent for the Gold Coast.
James Sicliy is a player that isn’t only capable of providing run out of defence, as he is capable of playing as a key defender.
Brayden Maynard is the only Collingwood player to make this team, because he has arguably been their best player.
Nick Haynes should be considered an elite player of the competition.
Brad Sheppard has been outstanding for West Coast in AFL Season 2020.


Jack Macrae is Captain of this team, because symptomatically he stood up when the game was over against Richmond in Round 9; despite the fact that there was little to play for, he amassed 37 disposals. Macrae is extremely consistent and earnt his right to be in this team.
Travis Boak is one of the reasons why Port Adelaide sit on top of the AFL ladder after Round 9 of AFL Season 2020.
Andrew Gaff has been extremely consistent playing on the wing.


Shaun Higgins has been a pivotal part of North Melbourne’s team in AFL Season 2020 after Round 9.
Matt Taberner has arguably been Fremantle’s most important player.
Jack Billings has the ability to play on the half forward flank or on the wing.
Charlie Cameron is probably the most dangerous small forward in the competition.
Charlie Dixon has been exceptionally consistent in AFL Season 2020.
Dustin Martin being in the team is a no brainer.


Jarrod Witts is probably Gold Coast’s most important player.
Jack Steele has been exceptional for St Kilda in the middle of the ground.
Lachie Neale will probably win the 2020 AFL Brownlow Medal.


Rowan Marshall is a mobile ruckman that allows a team to play two ruckmen.
Tom Mitchell has been extremely good for Hawthorn only having under 20 disposals on one occasion.
Lachie Whitfield never seems to have a bad game.
Tom Papley has been a shinning light for the Sydney Swans. Papley is the Swans most dangerous player; he is a match winner.

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