spell please.Nth Melbourne: Jamie Macmillan, Majak Daw, Jasper Pittard, Ben Jacobs, Paul Ahern, Mason Wood, Sam Durdin, Marley Williams, Joel Crocker, Lachie Hosie & Tom Murphy have been delistedPort Adelaide: Justin Westhoff will retire at the end of the seasonCarlton: Kade Simpson has announced his retirement Melbourne : Angus Brayshaw foot surgery out for season3QT SCORES….Power 14.7.91 lead Crows 4.3.27Any chance Doedee, Smith or Houston could step up at all? Classy forward Nakia Cockatoo is still waiting in the wings to play his first senior match since 2018.The previously in-form Dixon finished with just three disposals for the match as the AFL’s tightest defence swarmed.But Scott said they would welcome back Ablett with open arms after The Cats are purring without Ablett after kicking seven straight final term majors against a shellshocked Port to leapfrog Brisbane into second spot with their third straight win.The Cats now appear worthy contenders after extending their remarkable record against Port, winning 14 of 17 games since destroying the Power in the 2007 grand final.Geelong coach Chris Scott has thrown his support behind Gary Ablett, saying he will understand if the Cats star does not return to AFL action this season due to personal reasons.Coleman Medal leader Hawkins proved the difference in a sometimes scrappy clash as Geelong put the competition on notice by snapping Port’s three game winning run and leapfrogging Brisbane into second spot.They didn’t recover as Geelong kicked seven fourth term goals as Port fell to their first loss in five games this year at Metricon Stadium.Rulebreaking households cause Casey virus spikeScott said Coleman Medal leader Hawkins — who took his season goal tally to 30 — was in the form of his life.“If he needed to stay then we are right behind him as well”.The Cats may not look like they need any assistance after putting the competition on notice with Friday night’s 60-point win over ladder leaders Port Adelaide at Metricon Stadium inspired by Tom Hawkins’ six goals.And there is no definitive return date for superstar Gary Ablett but is reportedly a chance to enter quarantine before September 1 to play games before the Cats enter the finals.“I can’t remember him playing much better.”Ablett has not played since leaving Geelong’s WA hub last month after revealing the couples’ son Levi was battling a rare and degenerative disease.Port’s ladder leading form had been hard to criticise but there was one niggling question – would Port struggle to dominate the scoreboard if in-form forward Charlie Dixon did not have his usual influence?
Lin Jong – ankle surgery out for season.Connor Budarick – fractured collar bone out for season.I did. Shortened quarters…I don’t trust him to make up for his slow starts.Your email address will not be published.How many rounds do coaches think it will take for Rockliff to become a ‘must’ buy.Carlton Director of High Performance Andrew Russell: Docherty confirmed out, Jack Martin to return.Simpkin cleared to play – AFL Ratings
Seven games last season means he’s not as cheap as we’d like, but one to watch perhaps for future seasons. Round 9 was a great one for coaches but Round 10 seems like it will be horrible for coaches with some of the outs named for this round.
Could flick him to Pittonet instead, hmm.At some stage we will be discussing this ….happens every seasonI’m in the same boat, not sure what to do with my backline now, think I’ll have to hold him for another week and pray it’s just a one off bad week. You can find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out Your #1 resource for daily AFL SuperCoach tips and analysis.wow the list of outs keeps growing … insane season. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. ... -Byrne Jones and Ryan Burton all can use the ball well by hand and foot and can play attacking roles off defensive 50/ Tom Jonas & Tom Clurey take up the key defensive posts while Riley Bonner rounds out the core defensive six. Burnt two trades to get Doedee in and he serves up this rubbish. PORT ADELAIDE will be without defender Tom Clurey in Round 18 against Collingwood, but the club is confident he’ll be available for the first week of finals despite sustaining a hamstring injury.