What about the Jones boy?You’d think if Hartlett, Orazio and Robbie get back in before finals (with no more injuries touch wood)- Bonner and Woodcock, and probably Ladhams will be the ones out anyway - so whether Lienert plays or not now probs doesn’t matter.
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Also Hawkins was a late bloomer. Most good key forwards have a breakout year i.e. 50 goals+ in their 3rd or 4th season.Hawkins had his breakout game in the 2011 grand final, the end of his 5th season. He kicked 62 goals and was AA/B&F the next year. It's Marshall's 5th season as we speak ...
He’s (Mayes) an awful choice as sub. No stand out features at all and not particularly good anywhere.Unpopular opinion but I don’t think Mayes is a good choice as sub. I think a higher intensity player like McEntee is a better pick - Hartlett would be ideal in the role as we get closer to finals.
Mayes seems to struggle with the pace of the game when he comes on. His goal against Sydney was an awesome moment but if Lloyd had held a simple mark we would have all been lamenting how easily Mayes was pushed out of that contest.
that game against Melb, when he was dropped, and back "7" was Jonas, McKenzie, Burton, Clurey, Aliir, DBJ and Lienert, gave him yet another reprieve.Bonners going to stay in the side isn’t he? Don’t care if he had one good game (out of many) last week, this guy isn’t in our ideal team come finals and needs to make way for someone who’ll improve the team, especially with finals so close