It's just great to see him get recognised for his season.Absolutely.
He’s had far better games previously.
No matter, good on the kid...even if we all know Sam Walsh is going to get it.
A really good year from him.
I absolutely agree. Sorry if I wasn’t clear - I’m not taking anything away from a very good season in a new spot and he’s going to be a real star for us.It's just great to see him get recognised for his season.
Ranked very high in a lot of the statistical categories among rising stars so would have been really hard done by not to get a nomination.
Should put an appeal out to see if anyone had a dashcam and was around there at that time. Hard to comprehend someone could just drive off.Yeah I think so.
I'm seriously lost for words the driver didn't stop.
School is interviewing year 12s who were at the bus stop so hopefully someone got the real number.
I'm not expecting 10 goals a season but one score in a 80+ games is simply not enough. Not sure if its team structure or what but even Gears gets forward enough to have a few shots per year.
Webster poses no threat on the rebound and that is a problem because its means oppo coaches can allow their small forwards to be more attacking and aggressive in positioning.
The same goes for Wilkie but I'm cutting him some slack since its his first year.
The last full season Bytel played wasn't hope though. It actually happened. He performed better in his underage year than many of the best in recent drafts performed when they were a year older. That is a fact, not a myth.
You suggested or implied that those who are indeed hoping that he'll be good aren't actually basing it on anything (evidence), so I provided evidence that he has shown when last fully fit that he can seriously play.
That is what they are basing their hope on.
Now of course his back may explode, or he may get run over by an aeroplane, or trampled by an elephant tomorrow, and he may never play senior game, but if he gets a good run at it from here, I would suggest we have good reason to be optimistic about his prospects.
Because of what he showed he can do when last fully fit. Which it sounds like he might be again now.
You're of course free to not be optimistic about his prospects if you'd prefer though. Makes no difference to me either way.
Lonie was rubbish on the weekend but he's been much better than that overall this year. His crumbing has never been his strength, he really needs to improve that side of his game but he's got time. His pressure and ability to half contests and set up play in the half forward line is why you'd include him, really similar to Schneider not quite as deadly though. He's a long way back in the queue for the exit IMO.
Actually shouldn't joke about it.
One of my sons mates got hit this morning on Warrigal Rd and the douche driver just took off.