AFL Round 2 Jigsaw Puzzle (Season 2022)

AFL– Jigsaw Puzzle; One Player from every team- Starting 18- Round 2 (Season 2022)

B: Jayden Short (Richmond), Sam Collins (Gold Coast), Marcus Adams (Brisbane)
HB: Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood), Jeremy McGovern (West Coast), Jack Bowey (Melbourne)
C:  Matthew Kennedy (Carlton), Andrew Brayshaw (Fremantle, captain), Karl Amon (Port Adelaide)
HF: Isaac Heeney (Sydney), Nick Larkey (North Melbourne), Tim Taranto (GWS)
FF: Jack Higgins (St Kilda), Mitch Lewis (Hawthorn), Brad Close (Geelong)
Foll: Tim English (Western Bulldogs), Ben Keays (Adelaide), Darcy Parish (Essendon)

AFL Jigsaw Puzzle Round 2 (AFL- Season 2022)- Team by Team

Adelaide Crows: Ben Keays
Brisbane Lions: Marcus Adams
Carlton Blues: Matthew Kennedy
Collingwood Magpies: Scott Pendlebury
Essendon Bombers: Darcy Parish
Fremantle Dockers: Andrew Brayshaw (captain)
Geelong Cats: Brad Close
Gold Coast Suns: Sam Collins
Greater Western Sydney Giants: Tim Taranto
Hawthorn Hawks: Mitch Lewis
Melbourne Demons: Jack Bowey
North Melbourne Kangaroos: Nick Larkey
Port Adelaide Power: Karl Amon
Richmond Tigers: Jayden Short
St Kilda Saints: Jack HIggins
Sydney Swans: Isaac Heeney
West Coast Eagles: Jeremy McGovern
Western Bulldogs: Tim English


Jayden Short was outstanding for the Tigers with 33 disposals.
Sam Collins of the Suns restricted Ben Brown to two goals.
Marcus Adams was exceptional when the game was in the balance for the Lions.


Scott Pendlebury finished with a team high 28 disposals for the Magpies.
Jeremy McGovern kept the Eagles in the game for the second week in a row.
Jack Bowey was unbelievably good with 34 disposals for the Demons.


Matthew Kennedy finished with 31 disposals and a goal for the Blues.
Andrew Brayshaw was the best player in Round 2 from the Dockers; he led from the front with 40 disposals.
Karl Amon had a good game in a Power team that didn’t have many positives after being beaten by over ten goals by the Hawks.


Isaac Heeney kicked five goals for the Swans kicking five goals from his 21 disposals.
Nick Larkey finished with six goals for the Kangaroos.
Tim Taranto had 27 disposals and two goals for the Giants.


Jack Higgins bounced back from a poor game in Round 1 to kick four goals in Round 2 for the Saints.
Mitch Lewis kicked five goals for the Hawks; he was a stand out.
Brad Close was clearly the Cats best player with four goals from his 18 disposals.


Tim English relished the opportunity of being the Bulldogs only recognised ruckman amassing 24 disposals and having 21 hitouts.
Ben Keays was brilliant with 37 disposals for the Crows.
Darcy Parish had a good game for the Bombers with 35 disposals.

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