AFL ROUND 9
Round The Grounds
Designed to find those Supercoach gems form the state leagues!
Either upcoming or down the track who should we be keeping an eye on?
Ross out, Naish in – that’s how I expect the team sheet to read this weekend.
After a best on ground performance kicking 4 goals and collecting 29 disposals.
It may have been in a pretty one-sided affair against Frankston but none the less, Naish has been in outstanding form and now’s the time for the Tigers to give him a chance.
My first love child to feature back to back
7 marks, 2 goals and 13 disposals – Melksham out, Hibberd out, cmon Dee’s give Baker a chance!
He’s played all over the ground and developed a serious craft and a great footy brain. I would love to see a debut at the senior level.
Last weeks write up below
If you followed this article last year you’re well aware as to who Oskar Baker is, if not you’re in for a real treat.
Oskar emerged from the clouds last year racking up some big numbers in the VFL towards the end of the season after spending most of his time on the forward flank, this is very similar to how he’s started 2019 and still very raw, expect to see him get a game in 2019 with how much inconsistency the Dee’s are putting out.
38 hitouts, 5 tackles and 14 disposals just showing that he is the man to step up why Nank is out!
Owners of Balta who were super optimistic he was about to put up another 80 plus with ruck minutes, you’ll need to think again!
Soldo will be in this week.
We are waiting for another Def to emerge for an upgrade, a hopefully Marsh can get another opportunity.
The ex-pie has already played a game and has a score of 56 in his system and priced pretty awkwardly, the Senior body can hopefully be the thing that keeps him in the saints backline.
A recall is imminent after a BOG 26 disposal performance.