AFL Round 5: Team of the Week (Season 2022)
B: Tom Doedee (Adelaide), Harris Andrews (Brisbane), Jordan Clark (Fremantle)
HB: Tom Stewart (Geelong), James Sicily (Hawthorn, captain), Ryan Burton (Port Adelaide)
C: Sam Walsh (Carlton), Dylan Moore (Hawthorn), Ed Langdon (Melbourne)
HF: Cody Weightman (Western Bulldogs), Matt Taberner (Fremantle), Connor Rozee (Port Adelaide)
FF: Luke Parker (Sydney), Aaron Naughton (Western Bulldogs), Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn)
Foll: Sean Darcy (Fremantle), Jai Newcombe (Hawthorn), Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
Int: Rowan Marshall (St Kilda), Bailey Smith (Western Bulldogs), Jack Scrimshaw (Hawthorn), Jack Higgins (St Kilda)
AFL Round 5: Team of the Week (Season 2022)- Team by Team
Adelaide Crows: Tom Doedee (1)
Brisbane Lions: Harris Andrews, Lachie Neale (2)
Carlton Blues: Sam Walsh (1)
Collingwood Magpies: (0)
Essendon Bombers: (0)
Fremantle Dockers: Jordan Clark, Sean Darcy, Matt Taberner (3)
Geelong Cats: Tom Stewart (1)
Gold Coast Suns: (0)
Greater Western Sydney Giants: (0)
Hawthorn Hawks: Tom Mitchell, Dylan Moore, Jai Newcombe, Jack Scrimshaw, James Sicily (captain) (5)
Melbourne Demons: Ed Langdon (1)
North Melbourne Kangaroos: (0)
Port Adelaide Power: Ryan Burton, Connor Rozee (2)
Richmond Tigers: (0)
St Kilda Saints: Jack Higgins, Rowan Marshall (2)
Sydney Swans: Luke Parker (1)
West Coast Eagles: (0)
Western Bulldogs: Aaron Naughton, Bailey Smith, Cody Weightman (3)
Tom Doedee is a pivotal part of the Crows structure.
Harris Andrews showed that the Lions need him to be at his best for them to be contenders.
Jordan Clark of the Dockers was one of their better players.
Tom Stewart from the Cats is a pivotal part of their system.
James Sicily led from the front for the Hawks.
Ryan Burton from the Power helped them nearly claim their first win of season 2022.
Sam Walsh was a valuable part of the Blues team, with Patrick Cripps not playing due to injury.
Dylan Moore was outstanding for the Hawks as he kicked four goals.
Ed Langdon had a good game for the Demons.
Cody Weightman was outstanding for the Bulldogs kicked five goals.
Matt Taberner finished with seven goals for the Dockers.
Connor Rozee was back to his best for the Power.
Luke Parker of the Swans showed that he is a quality player.
Aaron Naughton from the Bulldogs kicked five goals.
Tom Mitchell was outstanding for the Hawks.
Sean Darcy of the Dockers kicked two goals and had a great game.
Jai Newcombe helped the Hawks win against the Cats.
Lachie Neale from the Lions was prolific.
Rowan Marshall showed what a valuable player he is for the Saints.
Bailey Smith of the Bulldogs had a career high 43 disposals.
Jack Scrimshaw was great when he needed to be in the Hawks win over the Cats.
Jack Higgins of the Saints kicked five goals!