IN ROUND 8 of the 2020 Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition, Claremont defeated West Perth by 12 points at Revo Fitness Stadium.
Below were the best players in the game.
#4 Jake Willson
The Wembley Downs junior produced a powerful performance, playing as the rover for Claremont. He accumulated 18 possessions, took five marks, laid three tackles and recorded two inside 50s.
#10 Joel Western
The Fremantle Dockers Next Generation Academy (NGA) member was dynamic in the forward half for the Tigers. He finished with 21 possessions, four marks, four inside 50s and three tackles in a dazzling performance.
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#13 Samuel Alvarez
Another Fremantle Dockers NGA member, Alvarez was brilliant on the wing for Claremont. His link-up play, decision-making, and skill execution were all real features of his game. He finished with 20 possessions, five inside 50s, and three marks.
#14 Jacob Blight
Stationed at full-back, Blight was rock solid in defence, thwarting many of West Perth’s attacking entries. He finished with 26 possessions and three marks.
#18 Alex Pearce
The North Albany product was busy in the midfield for the Tigers. Playing as the centreman, Pearce accumulated 21 possessions, laid four tackles, took three marks and recorded three inside 50s in a strong performance.
#20 Logan Guelfi
The younger brother of Essendon’s Matt Guelfi, Logan was exceptional playing as the link-up forward for Claremont. He finished with 15 possessions, seven inside 50s, four marks and three tackles in a lively performance.
#21 Jack Avery
Stationed at centre half-back, Avery continued his purple patch of form with another brilliant performance. He gathered 24 possessions, took five marks, laid three tackles and recorded two inside 50s.
#7 Rohan Scurria
The Whitford junior was prolific for West Perth, playing primarily on the half-back line. He collected 22 possessions, took six marks and recorded two inside 50s as he tried manfully to inspire the Falcons to a comeback victory.
#9 Jordan Berry
The West Coast Eagles NGA member was lively for the Falcons. He finished with 14 possessions and four marks.
#12 Darcy Dixon
The Merredin product was a catalyst in bringing West Perth back into the game in the second half. He kicked two goals in the third quarter to bring the Falcons to within 19 points of Claremont. He then kicked the opening goal of the final quarter, that helped West Perth gather attacking momentum in the last quarter.
#19 Kellen Johnson
Returning from a hand injury, Johnson was outstanding in defence for the Falcons. He finished with 14 possessions, five marks, four tackles and four inside 50s.
#24 Michael Mallard
The Wanneroo junior showcased why he is one of the premier ruckmen in this year’s Simply Energy WAFL Colts competition. His athleticism, ruck craft, and skill execution were all features of his game. He finished with 14 possessions, 31 hit-outs and four marks in a dazzling display.