Around The Grounds Rd12

Written by Schwarzwalder on June 12 2019

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Let’s hope those who ignored the Josh Glenn advisory panel and went early on a couple of rookies aren’t too disappointed this week. There’s talk that we might be in a couple of instances!!




State league affiliate: Adelaide (SANFL)
This weekend: West Adelaide v Adelaide – Saturday, June 8, 3.10pm, City Mazda Stadium

Midfielder Bryce Gibbs responded to his latest omission with 29 touches, a goal and seven clearances in Adelaide’s six-point win in the SANFL on Saturday.  

The only Adelaide player with more of the ball was rookie Patrick Wilson (MID, $147 700), who had 38 disposals and eight clearances.

Midfielder Myles Poholke kicked 1.1 from 22 touches, while small forward Tyson Stengle finished with 2.1.

Again, ruckman Sam Jacobs had a big game; won 30 hitouts, kicked a goal and had 15 touches as he continues his comeback from a serious knee injury.


State league affiliate: Adelaide (SANFL)
This weekend: North Adelaide v Adelaide – Saturday, June 1, 2.40pm, Prospect Oval

Ruckman Sam Jacobs put on a clinic in his return from a serious knee injury in the SANFL, kicking five goals from 20 disposals and winning 28 hit-outs. 

Youngster Myles Poholke also proved a handful up forward, kicking 4.1 and collecting 20 touches in Adelaide’s 31-point win.

Forward Elliott Himmelberg responded to his omission with 2.1 and eight marks, while fellow omission Chayce Jones collected 21 touches and won a game-high 10 clearances.

Veteran Richard Douglas was dominant with 31 disposals and a goal.

Verdict: After ROB’s decent performance in a win last week, you’d think he’ll hold his spot … Wighty




State league affiliate: Brisbane (NEAFL)
This weekend: Gold Coast v Brisbane – Saturday, June 8, 11.55am, Metricon Stadium

Midfielder Ryan Bastinac had a day out against Gold Coast in the NEAFL on Saturday, with the rookie racking up 35 touches, 13 marks and a goal in Brisbane’s 30-point victory.

Allen Christensen (31 disposals) and Ryan Lester (30 disposals) also found plenty of the ball, while key forward Toby Wooller (FWD, $123 900) impressed with two goals.

Draftee Connor McFadyen (MID/FWD, $117 300) was dangerous inside 50 with three goals, 15 disposals and eight marks.

Rookie ruckman Oscar McInerney had 33 hitouts, 19 disposals and laid six tackles.



State league affiliate: Brisbane (NEAFL)
This weekend: Brisbane v Sydney – Saturday, June 1, 12pm, South Pine Sports Complex

Young tall Jacob Allison (DEF, $198 300) kicked 3 goals and had 26 touches in Brisbane’s 71-point victory over Sydney in the NEAFL.

Utility Tom Cutler racked up 23 disposals but was wasteful in front of goal, kicking 2.4.

Draftee Tom Joyce (MID, $117 300) kicked 2.2 from his 23 touches, while key forward Toby Wooller (FWD, $123 900) kicked two goals and took nine marks.

Another draftee Thomas Berry (MID, $117 300) was also impressive, finishing with 20 touches and a goal while also laying six tackles.

Verdict: BRL have the bye this week




State league affiliate: Northern Blues (VFL)
This weekend: Northern Blues v Coburg – Sunday, June 9, 1pm, Preston City Oval

Former Giant Matthew Kennedy sent a timely reminder to selectors by picking up 30 touches in an impressive performance for the Northern Blues in their 17-point triumph over Coburg in the battle of Bell Street.

Ruck duo Matthew Lobbe (20 disposals and 27 hitouts) and Andrew Phillips (16 hitouts and three goals) showed some good signs, while Alex Fasolo responded to his omission from the senior side by picking up 20 touches of his own.

Injury-plagued defender Alex Johnson made a successful return to football by collecting 13 disposals and picking up seven marks in his first game for the Blues.


State league affiliate: Northern Blues (VFL)
This weekend: Essendon v Northern Blues – Sunday, June 2, 11.40am, Windy Hill

Banished veteran Dale Thomas has presented a strong case for immediate reinstatement to the Carlton side by being one of the best players afield in the Northern Blues’ 41-point loss to Essendon in the VFL.

Thomas, who was sent back to the VFL after breaking the Blues’ alcohol rules, amassed a game-high 32 possessions (22 kicks and 10 handballs), including 12 touches in a busy first term, along with seven rebounds from the defensive arc and five tackles in a hard-running half-back role.

However, he received little support, with young defender Angus Schumacher (19), small forward Cameron Polson (18 and a goal) and key defender Hugh Goddard serviceable.

First-year forward Ben Silvagni had a quiet day but provided a rare highlight for Blues fans with a nice goal in the breezy conditions.

Verdict: if Murphy passes fit, you’d think his inclusion at the expense of O’Brien will be it for the victorious Blues this week!




State league affiliate: Collingwood (VFL)
This weekend: Casey Demons v Collingwood – Sunday, June 9, 2.10pm, Casey Fields

Dumped veteran Ben Reid responded well to his omission as he booted two goals and collected 15 disposals during the Pies’ 63-point loss to the Casey Demons.

Forgotten defender Matt Scharenberg (20 touches) looked to be in good touch in his second game of the season, while youngster Josh Daicos (24 possessions and six tackles) won plenty of the ball.

Small forward Ben Crocker sat out the game as the carryover emergency for the Magpies’ Queens Birthday blockbuster against Melbourne on Monday.


State league affiliate: Collingwood (VFL)
This weekend: Port Melbourne v Collingwood – Sunday, June 2, 2pm, Adcon Stadium

Midfield bull Brayden Sier has mounted a strong case for promotion after a prolific display in a 42-point loss to VFL team Port Melbourne.

Sier, who was a member of Collingwood’s Grand Final charge last year but is yet to play an AFL game this season, accumulated a game-high 34 possessions (14 kicks and 20 handballs), including 22 in the first half.
In a team that conceded 8.6 to nil in the last quarter, the Pies had serviceable performers in runners
Josh Daicos (20), Ben Crocker (19), Tim Broomhead (17 and a goal), Isaac Quaynor (17), Tyler Brown (18) on return from injury and Rupert Wills (18) after senior omission.

Earlier, injury-plagued defender Matt Scharenberg, in his comeback game after overcoming a third knee reconstruction, made it through his allotted two quarters and collected 13 possessions – the second-most for the Pies behind Sier in the first half.

Verdict: COL have the bye this week.




State league affiliate: Essendon (VFL)
This weekend: Bye


State league affiliate: Essendon (VFL)
This weekend: Essendon v Northern Blues – Sunday, June 2, 11.40am, Windy Hill

Mid-season draftee Will Snelling (MID, $117 300) made an immediate impact in his first game for the Bombers in their 41-point VFL win over the Northern Blues.

The 21-year-old midfielder, whom Essendon recruited from SANFL club West Adelaide on Monday, collected 23 possessions, including eight contested, as well as five tackles and four inside 50s in an impressive first-up showing.

Experienced onballer David Myers also kept his name in the selection frame after a superb performance in which he gathered 26 possessions, 14 of them contested, along with 11 of his team’s 34 clearances, four tackles and two great goals.

Young defender Brandon Zerk-Thatcher was also influential with 21 possessions and 10 marks, seven of them of the intercept variety, and was well supported in the back half by the likes of Jordan Ridley (19), Marty Gleeson (22) and Michael Hartley (18).

Teenage rookie Trent Mynott had 24 touches while small forward Brayden Ham kicked a game-high three goals and Jordan Houlahan slotted two, one of them coming after he hauled in a screamer. 

Verdict: If Shiel, Orazio and Stringer all pass fit, then you’d think they’ll all come in. If Clarke is dropped after last week’s effort then he’ll be VERY unlucky. Woosha will not commit!




State league affiliate: Peel Thunder (WAFL)
This weekend: Bye


State league affiliate: Peel Thunder (WAFL)
This weekend: Peel Thunder v Subiaco – Sunday, June 2, 2.15pm, David Grays Arena

Midfielder Harley Bennell put in another strong performance in the WAFL, racking up 25 disposals as Peel Thunder fell to Subiaco by 41 points on Sunday.

Youngster Mitchell Crowden continues to push his case for elevation to the seniors, finishing with 26 disposals and eight tackles, while midfielder Bailey Banfield collected 25 touches.

Up forward, veteran Hayden Ballantyne kicked three goals and Cam McCarthy finished with 1.1.  

Hard-running midfielder Stefan Giro racked up 18 disposals before suffering a knee injury in the third term.

Fremantle’s mid-season rookie draftee Dillon O’Reilly was not selected to play.

Verdict: Logue and Darcy likely INs, for the injured Pearce and Lobb.




State league affiliate: Geelong (VFL)
This weekend: Richmond v Geelong – Saturday, June 8, 11am, Swinburne Centre

Young midfielder Charlie Constable led the way for the Cats with 26 disposals and five tackles in a 23-point loss to Richmond.

Constable has played seven games since making his AFL debut in round one, but has been out of the senior side for the past three weeks.

Lachie Fogarty, who has steadily been building match fitness after a hip injury held him out of action till mid-May, was also busy with 21 and six tackles, while rookie Sam Simpson finished with 20.

James Parsons responded to his omission with 18 touches and two goals, while Scott Selwood was tough around the contest with 17 and 10 tackles.

Big man Nathan Kreuger kicked three goals, while Zac Smith finished with 30 hitouts.


State league affiliate: Geelong (VFL)
This weekend: Footscray v Geelong – Sunday, June 2, 2pm, VU Whitten Oval

Scott Selwood and Zach Guthrie pressed their claims for senior call-ups in the Cats’ last-gasp, one-point win over VFL rival Footscray in a low-scoring affair in inclement weather at Whitten Oval.

Selwood (20 possessions and seven tackles) and Guthrie (21 touches and nine marks) were among the leading ball-winners on the field, while fellow midfielder Charlie Constable (19 and five tackles) was also in the thick of the action.

Big man Wylie Buzza kicked two of Geelong’s five goals, while fellow talls Ryan Abbott (40 hitouts) and Darcy Fort (12 hitouts) held sway in the ruck.

Defender Jed Bews (12 disposals) was also solid in his bid for promotion.

Verdict: The Cats have the bye this week. We may see the return of Fort after the byes tho’ if Rats is out for a while.




State league affiliate: Gold Coast (NEAFL)
This weekend: Gold Coast v Brisbane – Saturday, June 8, 11.55am, Metricon Stadium

The versatile Callum Ah Chee was one of Gold Coast’s best in its 30-point loss to Brisbane, recording 23 disposals (including 19 kicks), six marks and two goals.

Ah Chee hasn’t played a senior game this year, having spent some time on the sidelines with a quad injury.

Draftee Jez McLennan (DEF, $117 300) ran hard to finish with 19 disposals and eight marks while recruit Corey Ellis (DEF/MID, $233 300), who is yet to play a senior game for the Suns, had 17 disposals and five marks.

Experienced rookie Michael Rischitelli was busy with 22, six marks and five tackles.

George Horlin-Smith was an emergency for the AFL game and didn’t play.


State league affiliate: Gold Coast (NEAFL)
This weekend: GWS Giants v Gold Coast – Saturday, June 1, 10.05am, Giants Stadium

Out-of-favour key forward Sam Day put in an impressive performance against GWS in the NEAFL on Saturday, kicking 2.2 and taking seven marks.

Despite the Suns going down by 43 points, youngster Will Brodie was dominant with 26 disposals and a goal.

Rookie Jacob Dawson was also handy with 24 touches, while veteran Michael Rischitelli laid seven tackles to go with his 23 disposals.           

Mid-season draftee Mitch Riordan was not selected to play this weekend, with the club opting to let him adjust to his new environment. But he is expected to be seen in coming weeks.

Verdict: perhaps Ah Chee in for Murdoch and McLennan may make his debut of half-back if Touk Miller doesn’t make it.




State league affiliate: GWS Giants (NEAFL)
This weekend: Sydney v GWS Giants – Sunday, June 9, 10.30am, Blacktown International Sportspark

Dumped big man Lachie Keefe did his chances of a recall no harm with an excellent performance in defence during the Giants’ 25-point NEAFL victory over the Swans.

Zac Langdon booted three goals in an impressive performance up forward, while Jackson Hately continued his good recent form with a 23-possession haul that included 15 touches during a dominant third term.

Veteran ruckman Dawson Simpson was named among the best players in an entertaining duel with Swans big man Darcy Cameron.


State league affiliate: GWS Giants (NEAFL)
This weekend: GWS Giants v Gold Coast – Saturday, June 1, 10.05am, Giants Stadium

Draftee Jackson Hately backed up his 36 disposals in the NEAFL last weekend with another strong performance against the Suns on Saturday.   

Hately racked up 30 disposals, kicked 1.1 and laid eight tackles, as the Giants ran out 43-point winners.     

Forward Daniel Lloyd put in a similarly dominant display, finishing with 23 disposals, seven marks, eight tackles and 3.2.  

Former Blue Dylan Buckley kicked three goals, while Matt Buntine and Matthew Flynn both kicked a goal and had 21 touches.       

Draftee Xavier O’Halloran (MID, $117 300) also impressed with 22 touches and seven tackles.

Verdict: Greene likely IN for Haynes (phew!)




State league affiliate: Box Hill Hawks (VFL)
This weekend: Bye


State league affiliate: Box Hill Hawks (VFL)
This weekend: Box Hill Hawks v Williamstown – Saturday, June 1, 2pm, Box Hill City Oval

Defender Teia Miles impressed up forward with two goals and 19 touches as Box Hill ran out 20-point winners against Williamstown on Saturday. 

Omitted youngster Harry Morrison amassed 20 disposals, while tagger Daniel Howe kicked a goal from 21 touches.

Forward Jackson Ross kicked 2.3 and rookie ruckman Ned Reeves won a game-high 37 hit-outs.

Veteran Jarryd Roughead failed to have much of an impact on the scoreboard, finishing with 0.2 and 15 touches.

Verdict: Moore and Morrison may come in for the injured Wingard and an unlucky Glass.




State league affiliate: Casey Demons (VFL)
This weekend: Casey Demons v Collingwood – Sunday, June 9, 2.10pm, Casey Fields

Veteran Jordan Lewis turned back the clock by picking up 30 touches during the Casey Demons’ 63-point demolition of Collingwood on Sunday.

Defender Kade Kolodjashnij (28 disposals) and midfield duo Corey Wagner (27) and Jay Kennedy Harris (26) won plenty of the ball, while mid-season draft recruit Kyle Dunkley (MID, $102 400) booted three goals.

Man mountain Braydon Preuss had 19 disposals and 40 hitouts as senior emergencies Billy Stretch and Josh Wagner sat out the match as a precaution ahead of Melbourne’s Queens Birthday clash against Collingwood.


State league affiliate: Casey Demons (VFL)
This weekend: Werribee v Casey Demons – Saturday, June 1, 2pm, Avalon Airport Oval

High-profile recruit Steven May made an impressive return from injury in the VFL on Satuday, racking up 22 disposals and taking nine marks in Casey’s 35-point loss to Werribee.

Rookie Corey Wagner was ferocious in the contest, laying 10 tackles and collecting 25 touches.  

Mid-season rookie draftee Kyle Dunkley was quiet in his first game since joining the club, finishing with 0.2 and 11 touches.

Another recruit Kade Kolodjashnij kicked a goal from 12 disposals in his return from injury, while Braydon Preuss dominated in the ruck with 43 hit-outs.

Verdict: MEL have the bye this week.




State league affiliate: North Melbourne (VFL)
This weekend: Williamstown v North Melbourne – Saturday, June 8, 2pm, Downer Oval

Ruckman Tom Campbell put in another strong VFL performance with 33 hitouts, 21 disposals and eight tackles, as North Melbourne fell to Williamstown by 53 points on Saturday.

Midfielder Paul Ahern and utility Joel Crocker  both collected 21 touches, while father-son recruit Bailey Scott had 17 touches and kicked a goal.

Mid-season rookie draftee Lachie Hosie followed his three goals last week with 2.2 and five marks.

Forward Taylor Garner kicked 2.1 from 12 disposals.


State league affiliate: North Melbourne (VFL)
This weekend: North Melbourne v Richmond – Saturday, June 1, 2pm, Arden St

Mid-season rookie draftee Lachie Hosie was impressive in his first game for the club, kicking 3.2 and taking eight marks in North Melbourne’s 29-point victory over Richmond in the VFL.

Taylor Garner and Curtis Taylor (MID/FWD, $117 300) also proved dangerous up forward, with both kicking three goals, while recruit Aaron Hall and small forward Nathan Hrovat chipped in with two goals each.

Midfielder Paul Ahern was prolific and finished with 27 disposals and six tackles.

Big man Tom Campbell continued his strong VFL form with 21 touches, a goal and 36 hit-outs.

Verdict: Ahern likely in for the injured Higgins. A fit Macmillan could force Durdin out.




State league affiliate: Port Adelaide (SANFL)
This weekend: Port Adelaide v Sturt – Saturday, June 8, 2.40pm, Alberton Oval

Port Adelaide will be buoyed by the performances of Charlie Dixon and Ollie Wines on Saturday, with the star duo dominant in their return from injury in the SANFL.

Dixon kicked 5.2 and took six marks, in his first game since breaking his right leg and dislocating his ankle 10 months ago.         

In his first game in six weeks, Wines was Port’s leading ball-winner with 32 disposals, 10 tackles and six clearances. 

Youngster Willem Drew also impressed with two goals, 29 touches and eight tackles.

Rookie Cam Hewett collected 24 disposals, while forward Todd Marshall kicked 1.1 from 13 touches.


State league affiliate: Port Adelaide (SANFL)
This weekend: Bye

Verdict: If Hartlett is passed fit to play, you’d think it will be at the expense of Broadbent.




State league affiliate: Richmond (VFL)
This weekend: Richmond v Geelong – Saturday, June 8, 11am, Swinburne Centre

Draftee winger Fraser Turner could be getting closer to a debut after a 26-disposal, one-goal match in Richmond’s 23-point win over Geelong.

The lively Shai Bolton responded to his omission from Richmond’s AFL side, finishing with 25 touches, 11 tackles and a goal.

Nathan Broad joined Bolton in the VFL after a shock dropping, the defender picking up 19 touches and four marks, while big man Mabior Chol‘s run of good form continued with 22 hitouts, 15 disposals, six tackles and two goals.

Mav Weller worked hard to finish with 22 touches and seven tackles.


State league affiliate: Richmond (VFL)
This weekend: North Melbourne v Richmond – Saturday, June 1, 2pm, Arden St

Youngster Patrick Naish was among Richmond’s best in their 29-point loss to North Melbourne on Saturday, kicking 3.1 from 25 touches. 

Rookie Maverick Weller also impressed with 19 disposals and two goals, while Jacob Townsend collected 22 touches but wasted his chances in front of goal to finish with 0.3.

Daniel Rioli responded to his omission from the seniors with 14 disposals, a behind and seven tackles.

Another player who was dropped, Connor Menadue, racked up 21 disposals and kicked a behind.

Midfielder Jack Graham laid a game-high eight tackles and amassed 23 touches.

Mid-season rookie draftee Marlion Pickett did not play, as he recovers from a broken finger that’s expected to sideline him for the next two months.

Verdict: Townsend likely to be dropped but who knows who will come in? Will the impressive first-gamer Naish make way if Ellis is passed fit?




State league affiliate: Sandringham (VFL)
This weekend: Bye


State league affiliate: Sandringham (VFL)
This weekend: Coburg v Sandringham – Sunday, June 2, 12.30pm, Piranha Park

High-profile recruit Dan Hannebery emerged unscathed from his first game for the year in the VFL, as Sandringham ran out 10-point winners against Coburg. Despite only playing the first three quarters, Hannebery finished with 24 disposals, five tackles and a behind.

Prized draftee Max King also put in an impressive performance, kicking 3.3 and taking five marks. He looks outstanding

Defender Brandon White was everywhere and Sandringham’s leading ball-winner, finishing with 26 disposals and four tackles.

Mid-season rookie draftee Jack Mayo kicked 1.2 from 11 touches in his first game since joining the club.

Verdict: Still a bit early for Hanners, but McKenzie likely back for the injured Geary. Marsh, Acres and Webster if fit will all likely be back in, you’d think for Joyce, Coffield and Phillips respectively.




State league affiliate: Sydney (NEAFL)
This weekend: Sydney v GWS Giants – Sunday, June 9, 10.30am, Blacktown International Sportspark

Out-of-favour small forward Ben Ronke made an impact in front of goal with three majors for the Swans reserves during their 25-point loss to their GWS counterparts.

Rookie Sam Wicks (34 disposals, seven clearances) and youngster James Rowbottom (31 touches) were the leading ball-winners for the Swans, while big man Darcy Cameron (20 possessions, 25 hitouts) showed some good signs around the ground in his duel against Dawson Simpson.

Mid-season draft recruit Michael Knoll finished with 11 disposals and two goals in second game as a Swan.


State league affiliate: Sydney (NEAFL)
This weekend: Brisbane v Sydney – Saturday, June 1, 12pm, South Pine Sports Complex

Sydney’s mid-season rookie draftees Cody Hirst and Michael Knoll were fairly quiet in their first outing for the club, as the Swans fell to Brisbane by 71 points in the NEAFL.

Hirst had eight disposals and kicked a behind, while ruckman Knoll had 23 hit-outs and kicked a goal from nine touches.

James Rose (FWD, $165 000) was the leading ball winner on the ground with 33 touches, to go with 11 marks and five tackles.

Youngster James Rowbottom had 24 disposals and seven marks, while forward Ben Ronke kicked two goals from 16 touches.

Verdict: the Swans have earned themselves a week off!!




State league affiliate: West Coast (WAFL)
This weekend: West Perth v West Coast – Sunday, June 9, 2.15pm, HBF Arena

It was a dirty day for the Eagles in many ways, with their state league team only managing to muster four goals in a 36-point loss to West Perth.

Untried utility Matthew Allen collected 34 disposals, nine marks and had five inside 50s in an impressive individual performance, while veteran midfielder Chris Masten issued a timely reminder to selectors by picking up 35 touches of his own.

Left-footer Kurt Mutimer (28 disposals), defender Jackson Nelson (28) and youngster Hamish Brayshaw (26) also won plenty of the ball, while rookie-listed ruckman Keegan Brooksby amassed a whopping 48 hitouts.


State league affiliate: West Coast (WAFL)
This weekend: Claremont v West Coast – Sunday, June 2, 11.30am, Optus Stadium

Veteran Chris Masten was prolific in the WAFL on Sunday, finishing with 30 disposals and seven marks as the Eagles fell to Claremont by 31 points.

Young forward Jarrod Brander was also impressive, taking nine marks and kicking 1.1 from 17 disposals.

Draftee Bailey Williams won 30 hitouts and kicked a goal, while defender Jackson Nelson had 19 touches.  

Midfielder Brendon Ah Chee collected 17 disposals and laid six tackles. 

Verdict: the Eagles have a week to stew over last week’s underwhelming performance.




State league affiliate: Footscray (VFL)
This weekend: Bye


State league affiliate: Footscray (VFL)
This weekend: Footscray v Geelong – Sunday, June 2, 2pm, VU Whitten Oval

Father-son draftee Rhylee West (MID, $117 300) reinforced he is made of the right stuff in Footscray’s one-point loss to Geelong in their VFL clash on Sunday.

The inside midfielder thrived in the windy and wet conditions to win a game-high 22 possessions, while also laying four tackles.

The Bulldogs were also well-served by another promising runner in Callum Porter (MID, $123 900) with 20 touches, five tackles and a goal.

Defenders Lewis Young (20), Fletcher Roberts (18) and rookie-listed Roarke Smith (19) were also prominent.

Midfielder Will Hayes (15) and the classy Ed Richards (12) found the going tough.

Verdict: Crozier and Wallis should return if fit. There’s talk of a debut for Rhylee West; Dad’ll be proud if that eventuates!


Good luck all this week. I think we’re gonna need it!!


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5 thoughts on “Around The Grounds Rd12”

  1. Players who rack up huge numbers in NEAFL tend to be 20-25 touch players in more competitive VFL.

    Also Adam (The Death Adder) are you the same Adam who provides Captaincy Projection statistics?



    1. They are different Adam’s.
      TheDeathAdder (TDA) is Hard At It @SCT in SuperCoach and does all things in the Twitter-sphere to help promote this awesome site.
      Adam (our freak statistician) runs the numbers on just about EVERYTHING and is known as Adam’s All Stars @SCT in SuperCoach.
      Both are shining lights when it comes to SCT.

      Hope that clears that one up?! 🙂


      1. Yep, big fans of both of their work. For a second was a little astounded and confused that one bloke could do so much, but them being seperate blokes, albeit both brilliant, makes sense.


  2. “Greene likely IN for Haynes” Ok then who actually will come in, as we all know what the word likely means for injuries at GWS 😉


    1. Funny. Likely is actually my guess. GWS tend to use the word ‘expected’ in their pressers. A LOT.
      Neither mean anything!!



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