Round 18: Studs and Duds

AFL Round 18: Essendon v Hawthorn

Buddy’s 8 goals alike to 119 SuperCoach points. Did we keep him?

WHO starred and who stunk it adult for a SuperCoach sides in Round 17.


DEMONS STUD: Max Gawn (120) was a shinning light on a dim day for a Demons. The immature large male took marks, tackled and found it around a belligerent while also doing his best to diminish Todd Goldstein.

SuperCoach scores from each match

DEMONS DUD: Aaron Davey’s (7) place in a group is certainly now underneath hazard after a still day. Jeremy Howe (41) and co-captain Jack Grimes (39) struggled to get into a contest.

KANGAROOS STUD: Todd Goldstein (158) was superb in a ruck and kicked dual goals. Ben Cunnington (151) played arguably his best diversion for a Kangaroos and Brent Harvey (137) showed there’s still copiousness left in his 35-year-old legs.

KANGAROOS DUD: Lindsay Thomas (60) was hold goalless for one of a few times this deteriorate while Nathan Grima (69) didn’t have too most work to do in defence.

GOLD COAST 77 degraded by CARLTON 120

SUNS STUD: HE gets in here by default, though 116 wasn’t Gazza’s biggest return, even if he did have 32 disposals. Charlie Dixon burst a ton on return, while renouned defender Trent McKenzie also strike 3 figures.

SUNS DUD: UNLUCKY if we had rising ruckman Tom Nicholls. The rising Sun was replaced out with a knee damage only after halftime, restricting him to 36.

BLUES STUD: MATTHEW Kreuzer’s purple patch rolled on with a towering 140 points. He’s a form ruckman of a competition, while Andrew Walker chimed in with 114. And those who jumped on swingman Lachie Henderson were rewarded – he pumped out 124.

BLUES DUD: JUST 26 to Sam Rowe, while Kane Lucas was red vested on 15 points.

ESSENDON 87 degraded by HAWTHORN 143

BOMBERS STUD: FOR a initial time this season, no Bomber burst a ton. But Dyson Heppell still stood adult in a deficiency of Jobe Watson, pocketing 99 points from 25 disposals.Hibberd, Goddard and Hurley also scored in a 90s.

SuperCoach scores from each match

BOMBERS DUD: THE dual first-year players – Joe Daniher and Nick Kommer – battled all night, mixing for only 45. Corey Dell’Olio crashed behind to earth with 44.

BUDDY Franklin’s enchanting eight-goal transport alike to 119 points. Nice! Cyril cashed in with 107, while Jordan Lewis (99) matched his competition Heppell.

HAWKS DUD: FOR a second-straight week Jarryd Roughead was kept underneath 100, though he still booted 4 goals for 84 points. Not too dress in a Hawks side this week.

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