Hall of Famer
- Jan 18, 2009
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Chelsea, Sturt
Head to Head:
Last Time They Met:
Baghdad Bombers 13.12 (90)
East Side Hawks 16.14 (110)
Season 26, Round 7 @ Abdu Prison
Only half a point separates these two sides as we start to descend into the second half of yet another gripping SFA season. The Hawks have a had a roller-coaster season so far, losses followed by wins followed by losses and followed by wins. If their form is anything to go by, they're likely to drop this game but they need to put in consistent performances if they want to be a threat at the pointy end S27. The Bombers have also had a bumpy ride as they couldn't make it back to back as they suffered a heavy defeat to the lowly Furies. Who can consolidate their spot in the 8 and gain some breathing space?
Tony Lynn 15
Patrolling the midfield all season and put in another solid performance despite going down to the Furies. Him and the Agent look set to look horns in what should be an intriguing battle in the midfield.
The skipper continues to lead from the front and inspired his team to a victory with yet another imposing performances from the midfield. 22 disposals, 3 goals and 12 clearances is a performance anyone can set their watch to. When a captain leads from the front like that, it inspires the team to great new heights so the sky's the limit for him and the Hawks.
1 handball, 1 ******* handball. Lift your game turbo.
He may have kicked one, but he needs to get into the game more. Forward pressure is paramount and he's providing two fifths of **** all at the moment.
This is a game where an online sim provides the results so ****** if I know.
Captains please post your team sheet with "Official Team Sheet" in the relevant thread before 11:59pm Thursday.