Team of the Week: NAB League Boys – Round 10

EASTERN Ranges’ massive 111-point win over Greater Western Victoria (GWV) Rebels has earned the Ranges the most players in our Draft Central NAB League Boys’ Team of the Week for Round 10. The Ranges had one more than fellow winners, Northern Knights and Oakleigh Chargers, while Murray Bushrangers, Sandringham Dragons and Western Jets had two apiece after their wins. Geelong Falcons and Tasmania Devils went down over the weekend but maintained two players in the team, while the other four losing sides had the one representative each.

Eastern Ranges forward, Jordan Jaworski led the way on the weekend with a season competition-high seven goals in the victory, and he was joined in the team by Zakery Pretty, Connor Downie and Wil Parker who fill out a spot in each third of the ground. The Northern Knights were equally as impressive in a victory over reigning premiers and previously undefeated Dandenong Stingrays, with uncompromising midfielders, Sam Philp and Adam Carafa making the team, while Jackson Davies slots into centre half-back this week. The other team with three players is Oakleigh Chargers, as forward Jamarra Ugle-Hagan booted five majors and takes up the centre half-forward position, while midfielders Fraser Elliot and Lochlan Jenkins are in the team.

Murray Bushrangers broke through for an important win, with Dylan Clarke best on ground, while Cam Wilson provided some terrific forward pressure inside 50. Sandringham Dragons got over the line against Geelong Falcons and Angus Hanrahan was impressive, while Archie Perkins created plenty of opportunities despite booting an inaccurate five behinds. Western Jets captain Lucas Rocci slots into the Team of the Week again, joined by ruckman Will Kennedy who amassed 50 hitouts in the Jets’ win.

Tasmania Devils talls, Matt McGuinness and Jackson Callow bookmark the team in defence and attack respectively, while Geelong Falcons’ Cameron Fleeton was impressive in defence, as Gennaro Bove also stepped up in the loss. For the four sides that had the one representative, Ben Overman (Calder Cannons), Reece Orchard (Dandenong Stingrays), Harvey Neocleous (Gippsland Power) and Jack Tillig (GWV Rebels) fill out the team, which featured a number of debutants this week.

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