My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 17, 2020
B: Jack Crisp (Collingwood), Steven May (Melbourne Demons), Daniel Rich (Brisbane Lions)
HB: Jake Lloyd (Sydney Swans), Trent Rivers (Melbourne Demons), Caleb Daniel (Western Bulldogs)
C: James Aish (Fremantle), Tim Kelly (West Coast), Ed Langdon (Melbourne Demons)
HF: Michael Walters (Fremantle), Jack Darling (West Coast), Brent Daniels (GWS)
FF: Jack Riewoldt (Richmond), Harry McKay (Carlton), Jordan De Goey (Colllingwood)
Foll: Max Gawn (Melbourne Demons), Blake Acres (Fremantle), Andrew Gaff (West Coast)
Int: Tom Rockliff (Port Adelaide), Travis Boak (Port Adelaide), Nic Naitanui (West Coast), Tom Green (GWS)
Jack Crisp played well for Collingwood in what proved to be a tough game against GWS.
Steven May had a game that helped the Melbourne Demons beat GWS.
Daniel Rich was outstanding for the Brisbane Lions.
Jake Lloyd was possibly the Sydney Swans best player against the Brisbane Lions.
Trent Rivers kicked two goals for the Melbourne Demons.
Caleb Daniel showed why he should be regarded as an elite player.
James Aish had a good game for the Fremantle Dockers.
Tim Kelly was instrumental in West Coast beating St Kilda.
Ed Langdon was outstanding for the Melbourne Demons.
Michael Walters kicked three goals for Fremantle.
Jack Darling was an important part of the West Coast structure against St Kilda.
Brent Daniels kicked three goals for GWS.
Jack Riewoldt kicked four goals for Richmond.
Harry McKay kicked four goals against the Adelaide Crows.
Jordan De Goey played a quality game kicking four goals for Collingwood; four of their first five games to be more specific!
Max Gawn was outstanding against GWS.
Blake Acres was a pivotal part of Fremantle winning against North Melbourne.
Andrew Gaff was a pivotal part of West Coast beating St Kilda.
Tom Rockliff proved how good a player he is in Round 17.
Travis Boak played a good game against Essendon.
Nic Naitanui was an important part of West Coast defeating St Kilda.
Tom Green was probably the best player for GWS in Round 17.