ROUND 13 SANFL FOOTY FIX

Published on: Jul 10 2018 | Author: Zac Milbank |

Click here for a full wrap of the SANFL Macca’s League in the Round 13 SANFL Footy Fix. Get up to date on all the latest injuries, tribunal hearings and weekly nominations ahead of an exciting Round 14.

CASUALTY WARD

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

SANFL INCIDENT REVIEW PANEL

Woodville-West Torrens midfielder Louis Sharrad has accepted a $200 fine and reprimand with an early guilty plea for striking Port Adelaide’s Karl Amon at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval on Sunday.

Norwood midfielder Josh Glenn has accepted a $200 fine and reprimand with an early guilty plea for striking Adelaide’s James Loneragan at The Parade on Saturday.

KEN FARMER MEDAL

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

POWERADE BREAKTHROUGH PLAYER NOMINEES

The Round 13 Powerade Breakthrough Player nominees are:

Jack Strange (Port Adelaide) – Recruited from Glenelg, Strange played a strong game for the second consecutive week, collecting 17 disposals, five marks and five tackles against the Eagles.

Josh Richardson (Central) – The emerging utility had a strong influence on his team defeating Glenelg, kicking two goals while also chalking up 17 disposals, nine marks and two goals.

Joel Thiele (Sturt) – Another solid performance in the clinches from Thiele, who had 13 disposals and six marks in the Double Blues’ win against North.

TORRENS UNI CUP MVP NOMINEE

The Round 12 Torrens Uni Cup MVP is Woodville-West Torrens’ Harry Schoenberg. From Mintaro Manoora Football Club, Schoenberg had a strong influence in the Eagles’ win against Norwood while collecting 29 disposals, four tackles and a goal.

BANKSA ROOKIES

There was one BankSA Rookie in Round 13 of the Macca’s League.

Jordon Boyle (Adelaide) – Salisbury North FC

MILESTONES – ROUND 14

150 games
Joel Cross (South Adelaide)

50 games
Jimmy Toumpas (Port Adelaide)

ZAC’S ONE TO WATCH

Matthew Nunn (Norwood)

Nunn has taken his game to another level in the first half of 2018 as he begins to gain more confidence at Macca’s League level.

Now with 33 Macca’s League games under his belt after making his debut in 2014, the 21-year-old has become a consistent performer in the Redlegs’ star-studded midfield.

The Ahtlestone FC junior has an ability to weave in and out of traffic in close as evidenced in him racking up 32 disposals, four marks and seven tackles against Adelaide on Saturday.

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