I follow the WAFL. Not sure there is anyone special still around.Need you interstater's to keep us up to date with key forwards and key backs setting the SANFL & WAFL alight.
SWAN DISTRICTS: COREY GAULT
The ex-Collingwood forward has been outstanding for Swan Districts in 2019. In five games, he has kicked a team-high seven goals, and is averaging 16 possessions, 15 hit-outs, six marks, three tackles and two inside 50s. His best performance came against West Perth in round four when he booted five goals from 18 touches. He also recorded 13 hit-outs, six marks and three tackles in that game. The 2017 Swans’ Best & Fairest winner is athletic, skilful, mobile and versatile – traits that make him an attractive prospect.
WEST PERTH: TYLER KEITEL
The 2018 Bernie Naylor Medallist is one of the key forward prospects in this year’s AFL mid-season draft pool. Standing at 196 centimetres, Keitel is versatile, agile, has excellent endurance and is a powerful contested mark. In 2018, Keitel booted 50 goals from 22 games and averaged 14 possessions, five marks, three hit-outs and two tackles, while so far in 2019, Keitel has kicked five goals from three games. Like Essendon’s forward Mitch Brown, Keitel is a strong contested mark, boasts excellent endurance, is versatile, and is also incredibly agile and mobile for someone his size.Can play back.
Mason Shaw 197 cms
MASON Shaw has been remarkably consistent as a reliable goalkicker for South Fremantle ever since returning from Port Adelaide and he's been rewarded in 2020 by winning the Bernie Naylor Medal as the WAFL's leading goal scorer.
Shaw returned to South Fremantle following his time in the AFL system at Port Adelaide back in 2016, and while he initially shared a role in a star-studded forward-line and now is the main spearhead, his goalkicking ability has been remarkably consistent no matter the situation.
Shaw kicked another two goals on Saturday night against Perth at Lathlain's Mineral Resources Park to give him 23 goals in eight matches for the shortened 2020 Optus WAFL Premiership Season.
Shaw's final tally of 23 goals saw him claim the Bernie Naylor Medal ahead of Logan McDonald (Perth) who kicked 21, Tyler Keitel (West Perth) 21, Alec Waterman (Claremont) 19, Leigh Kohlmann (Swan Districts) 17 and Anton Hamp (Claremont) 16.
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