AFL Right Footed Team: Round 1-11 (Season 2023)

AFL Right Footed Team- Who Wins?

B: James Sicily (Hawthorn), Darcy Moore (Collingwood, co-captain), Andrew McGrath (Essendon)
HB: Nick Daicos (Collingwood), Charlie Ballard (Gold Coast), Harry Sheezel (North Melbourne)
C: Sam Walsh (Carlton), Clayton Oliver (Melbourne), Chad Warner (Sydney)
HF: Charlie Cameron (Brisbane), Nick Larkey (North Melbourne), Connor Rozee (Port Adelaide)
FF: Charlie Curnow (Carlton), Oscar Allen (West Coast), Toby Greene (GWS, co-captain)
Foll: Tim English (Western Bulldogs), Zak Butters (Port Adelaide), Lachie Neale (Brisbane, co-captain)
Int: Jordan De Goey (Collingwood), Jai Newcombe (Hawthorn), Jack Sinclair (St Kilda), Matt Rowell (Gold Coast)
Sub: Caleb Daniel (Western Bulldogs)

Coach- Brad Scott (Essendon)

AFL Right Footed Team- Team by Team

Adelaide Crows: (0)
Brisbane Lions: Charlie Cameron, Lachie Neale (co-captain) (2)
Carlton Blues: Charlie Curnow, Sam Walsh (2)
Collingwood Magpies: Nick Daicos, Jordan De Goey, Darcy Moore (co-captain) (3)
Essendon Bombers: Andrew McGrath (1)
Fremantle Dockers: (0)
Geelong Cats: (0)
Gold Coast Suns: Charlie Ballard, Matt Rowell (2)
Greater Western Sydney Giants: Toby Greene (co-captain) (1)
Hawthorn Hawks: Jai Newcombe, James Sicily (2)
Melbourne Demons: Clayton Oliver (1)
North Melbourne Kangaroos: Nick Larkey, Harry Sheezel (2)
Port Adelaide Power: Zak Butters, Connor Rozee (2)
Richmond Tigers: (0)
St Kilda Saints: Jack Sinclair (1)
Sydney Swans: Chad Warner (1)
West Coast Eagles: Oscar Allen (1)
Western Bulldogs: Caleb Daniel (sub), Tim English (2)


James Sicily of the Hawks had 102 intercepts, which is the most of any AFL player.
Darcy Moore for the Magpies leads from the front.
Andrew McGrath of the Bombers is doing a great job as a negating defender.


Nick Daicos of the Magpies is a top player in the competition.
Charlie Ballard has had 96 intercepts for the Suns, which is the fourth more of any player in the AFL.
Harry Sheezel of the Kangaroos has averaged 27.00 disposals per game.


Sam Walsh of the Blues makes them a better team.
Clayton Oliver is a pivotal player for the Demons.
Chad Warner of the Swans is a quality player.


Charlie Cameron of the Lions has kicked 32 goals.
Nick Larkey has kicked 30 goals for the Kangaroos.
Connor Rozee of the Power is having a good season.


Charlie Curnow of the Blues has been in good form.
Oscar Allen has kicked 29 goals for the Eagles, which is pretty impressive and can play as a second ruck.
Toby Greene has led well in his first season as captain of the Giants.


Tim English of the Bulldogs has played well.
Zak Butters has been exceptional for the Power.
Lachie Neale of the Lions has led well in his first season as a captain.


Jordan De Goey from the Magpies is arguably the best player in the AFL.
Jai Newcombe of the Hawks has had a good season.
Jack Sinclair is having an All-Australian season.
Matt Rowell of the Suns works hard to win clearances.


Caleb Daniel of the Bulldogs is the perfect sub as he can play a number of roles.

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