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There’s obviously some bias here, but I’d take Treloar purely because of the explosive nature of his game.
His kicking can be a little bit suspect at times, but personally I prefer the ‘metres gained, run and gun’ style that Treloar brings ahead of the ‘death by 1000 cuts, short kicking’ game of Macrae.
In saying that, Macrae’s short kicks on the 45 into the corridor are lethal and almost never miss. They’re not as pretty and don’t attract as much attention as an explosive break away from a contest, but he’s still a weapon.
There’s no arguing that he’s a line breaker. I’m under no illusions that his ball use is below par.Rather than bias I think you are more projecting what you want to see from Treloar rather than what actually occurs. Macrae might not be a burst player but he simply outworks those around him from start to finish. And he’s a better user of the ball.