Round 17 Review (Part 2)

Written by Dane on September 15 2020

Collingwood (10.8.68) defeated Gold Coast (6.10.46)

Multiple Goal Kickers

Collingwood: De Goey (4), Cox (2)

Gold Coast: Sexton (3)

  1. Jack Crisp (138). His best score of the season and third in a row over 120. Ran at a very good 78% DE with no clangers from his 23 touches, while also contributing 356 metres gained and 1 goal for his side. 
  2. Touk Miller (122). The Suns best score from their ultra-consistent and underrated midfielder. Had 22 disposals on the evening but also did the hardyards with 9 tackles and 4 clearances. 
  3. Scott Pendlebury (116). The Collingwood champion had 19 disposals (12 contested), 4 tackles and 7 clearances while running at a very good DE of 84%. Will average over 100 for the thirteenth season in a row now, incredible.
  4. Alex Sexton (112). The Suns goal-kicker bagged 3 goals in the first term to go along with 15 disposals and 5 marks. His best return of the year.
  5. Hugh Greenwood (111). The premium forward now has four tons in a row, the first time he’s done so in his career. Recorded 3 tackles, 20 disposals (11 contested) and 5 clearances to round out the top 5.

Other notable scorers: The next best score after these five was Suns youngster Anderson (110), who brought up his third ton of the season with another impressive display of 20 disposals (12 contested) that also included 4 tackles and 4 clearances. His teammate and fellow midfielder Lachie Weller continued his strong season finishing with 23 disposals, 4 tackles and 105 Supercoach points, the exact same as Pies big man Brodie Grundy, who kept the good scores coming due to his 12 disposal, 8 tackle, 27 hitout performance. His performance in the ruck allowed returning midfielder Adam Treloar to gather 26 disposals which ultimately led to a score of 106, while down back, it was the neat disposal of Quaynor (17 disposals ay 88%) and the intercept game of Moore (100) which allowed them to both reach the magical figure. Mason Cox was the next best behind all these scores, his 2 goal, 7 mark, 8 disposal game netting him 97 points, which just outscored Brayden Maynard (94) and Tyler Brown (91). I doubt anyone owns him but unfortunately Suns small forward Sean Lemmons had quad concern which meant he finished as this season’s second (I think) negative scorer, recording -3 for the game. 

Disappointment: A couple of semi-relevant Supercoach players in Adams (67) and Witts (71) didn’t deliver the big returns we needed to end the round.


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  1. Maynard was a bit of a let-down after his huge first half. Had an absolute mare in the second half, those 2 kick-ins…. balls



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