ROUND 10 SANFL FOOTY FIX

Published on: Jun 13 2018 | Author: Zac Milbank |

Click here for a full wrap of the SANFL Macca’s League in the Round 10 SANFL Footy Fix. Get up to date on all the latest injuries, tribunal hearings and weekly nominations ahead of an exciting Round 11.

CASUALTY WARD

For a full list of SANFL Macca’s League injuries, click here.

SANFL INCIDENT REVIEW PANEL

Woodville-West Torrens midfielder Angus Poole has accepted a one-match ban with an early guilty plea for engaging in rough conduct with Adelaide’s Dom Costanzo at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval on Saturday

Glenelg midfielder Marlon Motlop has accepted a one-match ban with an early guilty plea for striking North Adelaide captain Max Thring at Gliderol Stadium on Monday.

South Adelaide forward Liam Fitt has accepted a one-match ban with an early guilty plea for engaging in rough conduct with Sturt’s Fraser Evans at Peter Motley Oval on Monday.

The match day report of Glenelg’s Warrick McGinty for engaging in rough conduct with North’s Alex Spina has been withdrawn.

KEN FARMER MEDAL

For the final list of SANFL Macca’s League leading goalkickers, click here.

POWERADE BREAKTHROUGH PLAYER NOMINEES

The Round 10 Powerade Breakthrough Player nominees are:

Joel Thiele (Sturt) – Recruited form the Unley Jets, Thiele has become a consistent midfielder for Sturt this year and his performance on Monday was no exception. He finished with 18 disposals, seven tackles and a goal against the Panthers at Peter Motley Oval.

James Rowe (Eagles) – In just his third Macca’s League match, ball magnet Rowe finished with 18 disposals and five inside 50s, many of which resulted in goals for the Eagles as they eclipsed the Crows at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval.

Jack Yates (Glenelg) – Making his Macca’s League debut, the Brighton FC product was very composed in defence while registering 20 disposals and nine marks for the Tigers against North at Gliderol Stadium.

 

TORRENS UNI MVP NOMINEE

This round’s Torrens Uni MVP nominee is Woodville-West Torrens midfielder Isaac Brill. From SMOSH West Lakes FC, Brill thrived in his new role in the centre square, collecting 26 disposals, nine marks and a goal in the Eagles’ win against Central.

 

BANKSA ROOKIES

There were two BankSA Rookies in Round 10 of the Macca’s League.

Jack Yates (Glenelg) – Brighton FC

James Siviour (Norwood) – Tea Tree Gully FC

MILESTONES – ROUND 11

100 games
Mitch Clisby (North)

 

ZAC’S ONE TO WATCH

Nathan Kreuger (South Adelaide)

Considered by some as unlucky not to be selected in either AFL Draft last year after being invited to the AFL Combine, Kreuger is putting his best foot forward at Macca’s League level this year.

Since breaking into the Panthers’ best 21, the Victor Harbor product has shown off snippets of his untapped talent, illustrated by him kicking three goals from eight disposals and five marks in the win against Sturt on Monday.

A raking left-foot kick, the 18-year-old also possesses an exceptional leap and can also move well at ground level for someone standing 196cm.

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