The only times Miller appeared behind the ball vs Port was when Port had the ball and trying to attack, and Miller had followed the opposition ruck in Teakle or Finlayson to fill the whole, the same way Nank does on a regular basis.
There were many times Miller played as the 3rd fwd/resting...
Bolton too fleet of foot for Finn. Rioli would burn him off rebound as well.
More likely to tag Prestia like what Willem Drew tried to do, but good luck to him. Was a tough inside mid back at school who had match winning ability.
Looks to be all one motion as well.
Not sure how sling tackles are graded, but looking at the incident alone, careless and low impact (Wines not injured) should be a fine at most for Cotch.
A little different for KMac. Had the fist out to spoil, and didn't swing the arm to hit Byrne-Jones in...
The issue with this is that the umpire never shouted STAND, which pretty much means Cumberland can move as much as he wants as long as it's not towards Gardiner.
Gardiner marks the ball, and Cumberland does what every play should do and try and tackle Gardiner if umpire doesn't pay the mark...
And of that "almost anyone", I doubt many would have the ability to kick a 55m set shot over the mark on tired legs.
Cumberland doesn't have the luxury of being able to play on from the set shot, nor would there be any wind to help carry the ball.
As much as I think Cumberland has a booming...
Might just be me who's more optimistic on Richmond players developing and not watching enough of GWS, but think Ross has shown more than O'Halloran so far, and both drafted in the same draft.
Ross' disposal efficiency is considered elite, believe it or not.
Is O'Hallaran even that good?
Feel like we have a similar player in Ross, who has the big body, but has been played out on the wing in his early career. Just keep Ross, and then go for one of Taranto or Hopper, or Green if something extradorinary happens.