My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 18, 2020
B: Daniel Rich (Brisbane Lions), Steven May (Melbourne Demons), Dan Houston (Port Adelaide)
HB: Jake Lloyd (Sydney Swans), Luke Ryan (Fremantle), Lachie Whitfield (GWS)
C: Sam Menegola (Geelong), Tom Rockliff (Port Adelaide), Andrew Gaff (West Coast)
HF: Shaun Higgins (North Melbourne), James Stewart (Essendon), Dustin Martin (Richmond)
FF: Lachie Hunter (Western Bulldogs), Jack Gunston (Hawthorn), Tom Liberatore (Western Bulldogs)
Foll: Tim English (Western Bulldogs), Jed Anderson (North Melbourne), Sam Walsh (Carlton)
Int: Kyle Langford (Essendon), Matthew Kennedy (Carlton), Tom Lynch (Adelaide Crows), Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
Daniel Rich played an exceptional game for the Brisbane Lions.
Steven May proved that he is possibly the best full back in the competition.
Dan Houston was an important part of a quality Port Adelaide team.
Jake Lloyd had a quality game as he usually does.
Luke Ryan was one of the best players on the field, finishing with 25 disposals.
Lachie Whitfield was one of the few GWS players that had an impact in Round 18.
Sam Menegola proved why he could win Geelong’s best and fairest in AFL Season 2019.
Tom Rockliff was arguably the best on ground in Round 18.
Andrew Gaff was outstanding against North Melbourne.
Shaun Higgins showed why he is a pivotal part of North Melbourne’s team.
James Stewart kicked three goals for Essendon.
Dustin Martin proved why he could well be Richmond’s most important player.
Lachie Hunter played a great game; he proved why he is such a pivotal player for his team.
Jack Gunston did a good job, as he finished with four goals.
Tom Liberatore was possibly best on ground in Round 18.
Tim English had a great game scoring two goals.
Jed Anderson was a pivotal part of the North Melbourne team in Round 18.
Sam Walsh was exceptional as he finished the game with 31 disposals.
Kyle Langford substantiated why he is such a pivotal player for Essendon.
Matthew Kennedy proved he should be in Carlton’s best 22 when fit and available.
Tom Lynch had an exceptional game for the Adelaide Crows.
Nat Fyfe kicked a couple of goals; Fyfe was a pivotal part of Fremantle staying in the game until the fourth quarter where they faded away.