Player Watch #34 Marty Hore: Hey that Rhymes!

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grimlock

Hall of Famer
Sep 27, 2001
33,114
27,568
Luke Parker's Bandwagon
AFL Club
Sydney
Other Teams
Liverpool, NSW
Marty HORE(Collingwood VFL)

2018

Totals
  • 18 games
  • 0 goals
  • 2 behinds
  • 8 times in best players list

Averages
  • 16.3 kicks
  • 4.3 handballs
  • 20.7 disposals
  • 7.5 marks
  • 1.7 tackles
  • 0.3 clearances
  • 0.8 frees for
  • 0.6 frees against
  • 1.8 inside 50s
  • 6.1 rebound 50s
  • 86.06 DT points

2017

Totals
  • 15 games
  • 0 goals
  • 1 behind
  • 5 times in best players list

Averages
  • 16.9 kicks
  • 5.5 handballs
  • 22.4 disposals
  • 6.9 marks
  • 2.4 tackles
  • 1.1 clearances
  • 0.6 frees for
  • 0.9 frees against
  • 2.6 inside 50s
  • 4.9 rebound 50s
  • 89.90 DT points
 

Topkent

Hall of Famer
Aug 29, 2010
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After giving you Harry O'brien this is our peace offering. Would have played games with us this year if we could pick him. Looks a good player and hope he does well for you. Good depth player behind Hibberd, Lever etc. I'm disappointed we rookied Oxley last year instead of giving him the rookie spot.
You mean queens birthday superstar.
 

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Topkent

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7 marks a game is what Jeremy McGovern gets in the AFL. Not suggesting they are the same player but those are good raw statistics.

Howe
McGovern
Laird
Stewart
Sicily
Jonas
Hibberd
Grimes
Smith
Rampe
Wood
Barass

These guys were all unheralded pick ups and mostly rookies. There's definently scope for a gem in these types
 

Jordie_tackles

Norm Smith Medallist
Jun 25, 2009
7,340
3,347
G-town
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Melbourne
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Knightmare from the DT board had this to say.

Happy to get Marty Hore as a rookie.

Arguably the best general defender outside the AFL, Collingwood's VFL player Marty Hore is a class above. He possesses a reliable left foot and a kicking efficiency of 79 percent. His intercept marking and contested marking are further strengths, with five games including 10 or more marks and an average of two contested marks per game. The 189cm, 22-year-old is an ideal list addition for any club short one quality defender and is good enough to slip into a best 22 and hold his spot.

Dare I say, he may be better than Quaynor. Different game. Not as athlete or as strong of a physical profile but a far better rebounder/intercepter/kick.
 

Simon_Says

Push My Buttons
Apr 14, 2016
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Leongatha
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Melbourne
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I love the fact that over the last couple of draft periods we have picked up mature aged kids, that have VFL exp. (See VFL Premiership player Mitch Hannan)
I would give Hore #23
 

Demon 16

Brownlow Medallist
Jun 25, 2009
10,526
6,410
Melbourne
AFL Club
Melbourne
I love the fact that over the last couple of draft periods we have picked up mature aged kids, that have VFL exp. (See VFL Premiership player Mitch Hannan)
I would give Hore #23
Yep, let’s hope Hore follows in Hannan and Fritchs footsteps and is able to make the transition into senior level at AFL.
 

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