Collingwood (12.10.82) defeated Melbourne (8.8.56)
1. Clayton Oliver (141). A very popular choice for the captaincy to end the round and didn’t disappoint with a huge 43 touches (16 contested) to pair with 1 goal and 614 metres gained.
2. James Jordon (135). Multiple career best marks in this game for Jordon including marks (8), as well as disposals (29), kicks (23) and probably metres gained as well (829). Also slotted 1 goal.
3. Angus Brayshaw/Jack Viney (126). Brayshaw is averaging 98 now after netting his sixth ton of the year from 29 touches and 11 marks down back, while Viney is averaging 99 and grabbed his fourth ton in a row from 33 touches, 12 tackles and 1 goal.
4. Jack Crisp (119). Has been chugging along very nicely with this being his tenth ton of the season, mainly thanks to 29 touches at 82% DE, plus 6 tackles and a final quarter goal.
5. Nick Daicos (112). Made it back-to-back tons with this 33 touch effort that ran at 78% DE. Will be a tough decision to move on this week with his bye or potentially hold and hope he can add another 50K or so to his current pricetag.
Other 100+ scores: Mason Cox (109), Brody Mihocek (105), Christian Salem (104), Darcy Cameron (103)
Disappointment: He came off a few times after some knocks to the ankle but just 70 from Max Gawn hurt many a coach on Monday afternoon.
Rookies: Pretty much none bar Ginnivan (31) who would surely have been moved on from the majority of teams by now. Fingers crossed you didn’t have Chandler (5) who was subbed on and fell 21.5K from his starting 123K price tag…
Injuries: Someone who would’ve been covered in the section above was debutant Daniel Turner (26), who didn’t waste a touch on debut but did suffer a concussion.
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