Toast Jamarra Ugle-Hagan

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What brings you to make this comparison? Jamarra at AFL will be a slim CHF with elite hands at ground level and agility and acceleration.
While lynch is a 100kg + full forward who doesn’t have a lot of agility or acceleration but dominates with his strength and marking. ?
 

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I’ve not seen a full game and I’ve only seen his involvements from all of the highlight videos in the NAB app, including yesterday.

He seems to be very good at finding space on the lead at and holding marks even when the defender is right on his shoulder. His contested marking also seems pretty good. He’s certainly athletic. How KPFs transition from U18 level still appears to be a lucky dip, but he looks to have plenty of other tricks. His field kicking is precise. His sidestep around attempted tacklers is just gorgeous.

Will watch yesterday’s game in full at some point. From the 6 minutes of involvements I’ve seen, I’ll be very surprised if the full games reveals him to have been poor, as some are saying.

As far as comparisons go in terms of his athletic profile, abilities and the role he plays, perhaps a more agile Harry Himmelberg. Fantasy projection would be he becomes a ‘false’ KPF in the mould of Michael O’Laughlin.
 

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As far as comparisons go in terms of his athletic profile, abilities and the role he plays, perhaps a more agile Harry Himmelberg. Fantasy projection would be he becomes a ‘false’ KPF in the mould of Michael O’Laughlin.
Is Himmelberg the guy who is supposed to play for the Giants but didn't show up yesterday?
PS just being nasty. I do rate HH as a player. Hopefully for him the GF is played in the dry and he can show what he can do.
 

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Don't think so mate. Just the more "outspoken" people of each opinion need to pull their head in a bit and play the ball not the man. You've done good work on the thread
Well said and agree, great work Vital as always thanks mate
 

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Yes it was bloody embarrassing. I've cleaned it up as best I could. Sometimes I just shake my head and wonder at some people......
Dude is an absolute star and will hopefully open up the door for us to build a strong indigenous presence among the competition and country.

I hope we invest in some more coaching resources to develop his talent.
 

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What brings you to make this comparison? Jamarra at AFL will be a slim CHF with elite hands at ground level and agility and acceleration.
While lynch is a 100kg + full forward who doesn’t have a lot of agility or acceleration but dominates with his strength and marking. ?
Well have a look at buddy from the under 18's and you will see not all kids stay the same weight when in the early 20's.
 

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Young guns: (l-r) South Warrnambool's Jamarra Ugle-Hagan and his Oakleigh Chargers teammate Reef McInnes after winning the NAB League decider.

Young guns: (l-r) South Warrnambool's Jamarra Ugle-Hagan and his Oakleigh Chargers teammate Reef McInnes after winning the NAB League decider.




Jamarra Ugle-Hagan was grateful for his family's support when his team charged to victory in the NAB League Boys grand final on Saturday.
Oakleigh Chargers took out the decider 12.17 (89) to 5.6 (36) against Eastern Ranges at Ikon Park in Melbourne.

Ugle-Hagan, who played centre-half forward, said about 20 family members hailing from Warrnambool, Melbourne and Bendigo cheered him on from the forward pocket.
The South Warrnambool export, who is a bottom-age player, said he was thrilled to taste NAB League success.
"It's probably a once in lifetime opportunity," he said.
The youngster said his Chargers embraced the fact it was their final game together as a group.
"It didn't feel real after we won," he said.
Ugle-Hagan said his team had worked hard since pre-season.
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The 17-year-old said the added bonus was he got to play alongside some top footballers.
"It was a good experience to play with probably the top two draft prospects," he said.
Ugle-Hagan said Chargers midfielders Matthew Rowell and Noah Anderson were the two players in with that chance.
Oakleigh sang its song with gusto after the 53-point win.
"That was great to get all the staff involved and everyone involved," Ugle-Hagan said.
"Without everyone there, we wouldn't have got to where we are."
It wasn't all smooth sailing for the Chargers who led by nine points at the main break.
Ugle-Hagan, a Scotch College boarding student, said his side started to play better as a team in the second half.
He said the Chargers let the scoreboard take care of itself.
"Every quarter we'd say it was zero-zero," he said.
Ugle-Hagan, who kicked three behinds in his 10-disposal game, said it wasn't his day to shine.
But he said he was pleased he noticed that early in the game.
The teenager said that meant he focused on getting his teammates involved in the game and playing his role.
Ugle-Hagan is in for another great weekend.
"This week I'll playing at the MCG before the grand final," he said.
"To play on the MCG on grand final day will be incredible."
Ugle-Hagan will play in the under 17 NAB All Stars Futures clash on Saturday morning.
It's a chance for recruiters and fans to see the future guns of the game.
 

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Apart from Allan Hopkins it's a pretty uninspiring list:

CapNrPlayerDOBHTWTGames (W-D-L)GoalsSeasons
1661Higgins, Mick9/08/1911174cm2 (2-0-0)1933
1801Jackson, Percy19/01/1907179cm82kg3 (0-0-3)1934
8831Wills, Andrew3/01/1972184cm84kg10 (5-0-5)62000
8761Winmar, Nicky25/09/1965183cm81kg21 (14-1-6)341999
4761Elliott, Trevor31/12/1937191cm88kg23 (12-0-11)91960-1961
8671Minton-Connell, Simon26/04/1969194cm92kg25 (16-0-9)531997-1998
4451Kerr, Barrie30/01/1938188cm83kg27 (9-0-18)201957-1959
3651Henderson, Don13/07/1930179cm75kg27 (13-0-14)171950-1951, 1953
91McCarthy, Con1893-02-10180cm89kg30 (7-0-23)171925-1926
631Scanlan, Paddy1896-09-06173cm69kg33 (13-0-20)151927-1928
8071Charles, Justin28/09/1970196cm100kg36 (18-1-17)241989-1993
6301Parke, Greg18/04/1948185cm85kg37 (21-1-15)561974-1975
3331Webb, Norm18/05/1921180cm83kg47 (20-1-26)171947-1949
8311Grgic, Ilija5/03/1972203cm106kg62 (32-1-29)921993-1996
4981Zeuschner, Murray25/11/1938191cm84kg64 (27-0-37)41962-1967
9931Suckling, Matt25/07/1988187cm85kg69 (38-0-31)312016-2019
5531Greenwood, Ken15/12/1941188cm96kg73 (24-0-49)71967-1972
9121Ray, Farren23/03/1986187cm84kg75 (35-1-39)322004-2008
9371Grant, Jarrad6/07/1989193cm85kg81 (42-0-39)832009-2015
4021Kerr, John15/07/1934177cm78kg81 (49-2-30)941953-1958
6501Hampshire, Ian9/05/1948196cm104kg111 (30-3-78)731976-1982
7321Purser, Andrew31/10/1958193cm83kg112 (59-1-52)161983-1987
2181Thoms, Jim25/05/1918173cm82kg120 (62-0-58)1011937-1946
61Hopkins, Allan24/05/1904175cm75kg151 (63-1-87)205
 

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