Rookie Jack Mayo - Player Advocate: karaoke

karaoke

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Mar 26, 2013
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Quiet game for Jack from the weekend - 5 disposals - but at least kicked 1.1 in a somewhat positive sign.

Not the best day for footy, so #OTTNO.
 

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karaoke

Norm Smith Medallist
Mar 26, 2013
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St Kilda
Quiet game for Jack from the weekend - 5 disposals - but at least kicked 1.1 in a somewhat positive sign.

Not the best day for footy, so #OTTNO.
Aaron Hamill-

“I don’t think Jack got outmarked – not that there were many marks out there for the day – but we like how he’s always learning his craft.

Some of positioning down the line was strong for us, and he’s still learning, but I thought he competed well.

He’s developing nicely in certain areas and I really like where he’s going with his game.

He hasn’t played a lot of senior footy, especially in these conditions, so I think Jack’s showing signs every week that he’s taking steps forward and he’s not going backwards.”
 

karaoke

Norm Smith Medallist
Mar 26, 2013
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Quiet again for young Mayo on the w'end vs Nth Reserves - 6 disposals & 2 tackles
 

karaoke

Norm Smith Medallist
Mar 26, 2013
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vs. Geelong 2's

18 dis (7k, 11hb)
3 marks
2 tackles
3 i50
2 r50
named 6th of Sandy's best players (vfl.com.au)

solid effort, 'building'
 

karaoke

Norm Smith Medallist
Mar 26, 2013
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AFL Club
St Kilda
Mid-season draftee Jack Mayo featured in a new role along the wing, utilising his building engine to cover plenty of ground and present as a linking option for his teammates.

Mayo’s unconventional height for a wingman (194cm) allowed him to also serve as a hit-up target for the Zebras coming out of defence.

The 19-year-old finished with 18 disposals, three marks and two tackles in what was the best performance of his six-game career.



 
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