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Round 12: Josh Dodd (Sturt)
From the Mannum Football Club, the clever small forward booted four goals to go with his eight disposals and six tackles in his first Macca’s League game against North at Unley.
Round 11: John Noble (West)
Impressive against an experienced Norwood outfit, Noble chalked up 20 disposals, three marks and a goal in the Bloods’ upset win.
Round 10: Ryan Llewellyn (Central)
The dour Dogs defender restricted Crows forward Mitch McGovern to just one goal and nine disposals while controlling one-on-one contests.
Round 9: Jonty Scharenberg (Glenelg)
Registered 25 disposals, six marks and four tackles in a composed performance across half-back for the Tigers
Round 8: Elliot Chalmers (Glenelg)
Flexed his muscle in the midfield to collect 23 disposals, nine tackles and a goal against the Crows
Round 7: Steven Slimming (Sturt)
Finished with 24 disposals, five marks and three tackles in another consistent performance from the wing.
Round 6: Ian Milera (Glenelg)
Booted three goals and gifted another en route to finishing with 12 disposals and three tackles\
Round 5: Jake Comitogianni (Eagles)
The Eagles midfielder was excellent in both of his Round 5 outings against Adelaide and Glenelg, collecting 26 and 24 disposals in succession.
Round 4: Izak Rankine (West)
Playing his first SANFL Macca’s League game for the year, Rankine racked up 24 disposals, seven marks and four goals in an eye-catching display against North.
Round 3: Joe Sinor (Eagles)
Consistent defender racked up an equal game-high 22 disposals and eight marks on Anzac Day against Sturt.
Round 2: Jack Hayes (Eagles)
Hayes was outstanding in the forward line and in ruck with 21 disposals, 8 marks to go with his four goals.
Round 1: Lachlan Murphy (Adelaide)
18 disposals and four marks playing in defence on debut for the Crows