State Focus WA 2022 - Western Australia’s junior footy talent

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ChasingFlags25

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apparently they are playing the WAFL match
I’m hearing the Peels players are playing in the Preliminary Final. Tholstrup is playing the MCG GF day 17’s match.

For what it’s worth, I’d be pushing the selected players to play in the 17’s game. The colts system is structured to develop AFL talent, and this game see players selected into the AIS program for next year. Both clubs should be pushing their young players to head to the MCG this weekend, play in front of 90000 people, watch the AFL GF. Once in a life time king of stuff!!!
 

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I’m hearing the Peels players are playing in the Preliminary Final. Tholstrup is playing the MCG GF day 17’s match.

For what it’s worth, I’d be pushing the selected players to play in the 17’s game. The colts system is structured to develop AFL talent, and this game see players selected into the AIS program for next year. Both clubs should be pushing their young players to head to the MCG this weekend, play in front of 90000 people, watch the AFL GF. Once in a life time king of stuff!!!
Those guys will get the opportunity to play state footy next year. I don't see this helping Tholstrup at all. His reputation is cemented already. But fair play to Subiaco if they are ok with this. Can't see why he would play MCG and not the Peel players. Disappointing for the Prelim final because I want to see the best players in action in a final and Subiaco already have a fair few injuries from what I can gather. Although I did see Jed Adams is out for Peel.
 

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Those guys will get the opportunity to play state footy next year. I don't see this helping Tholstrup at all. His reputation is cemented already. But fair play to Subiaco if they are ok with this. Can't see why he would play MCG and not the Peel players. Disappointing for the Prelim final because I want to see the best players in action in a final and Subiaco already have a fair few injuries from what I can gather. Although I did see Jed Adams is out for Peel.
Yep not sure with peel injury wise but Subiaco has a good amount of first team players injured majority from midfield . Mids Evitt (2004) Wills (2004) L Okeefe (2005) Chapman (2005) , defense D Odea (2005) . Hopefully all back out there next year.
 

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So for the people who follow Subiaco, who do they replace Tholstrup with? I don't know Subi as well as Subi people but I don't see an obvious replacement. Would they dare risk bringing up Koopa Walsh from Esperance or is there someone else who can play forward?
 
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Yep not sure with peel injury wise but Subiaco has a good amount of first team players injured majority from midfield . Mids Evitt (2004) Wills (2004) L Okeefe (2005) Chapman (2005) , defense D Odea (2005) . Hopefully all back out there next year.
And I'm guessing Lance Collard won't play again this year either after numerous injuries. I'm not saying Subiaco can't win but it takes the edge off the contest.
 

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So for the for the people who follow Subiaco, who do they replace Tholstrup with? I don't know Subi as well as Subi people but I don't see an obvious replacement. Would they dare risk bringing up Koopa Walsh from Esperance or is there someone else who can play forward?
Only my opinion but I don’t think they would move Walsh in for the prelim good player for next year. Possibly Bartlett to FF and Kentfield to CHF they are blessed on the flanks and pockets in forward line so options there. You are correct though no straight up replacement for Tholstrup absence.
 

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Totally agree. Luke Micheal was the standout. Controlled that backline, Ground and air and hit his targets. Should get a opportunity at AFL level.

I thought Ethan Donaghy was the one that changed the game for Peel. 22 touches 8 tackles. Runs hard both ways and always there in the packs then running hard to get space or to the next contest.. only blemish was he could of iced the game with a shot on goal that missed.

But West Perth deserved the win . Peel cant turn up at half time and expect to win games.
I like Donaghy's game - I know they're not much chop at AFL level, but inside bash and crash mids who can get under the opponent's skin are great assets in junior and state level footy. He's a rancid kick of the footy though. I thought he rattled Kane Bevan a bit and put him off a bit, especially in the third when Peel had their comeback.
 

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I like Donaghy's game - I know they're not much chop at AFL level, but inside bash and crash mids who can get under the opponent's skin are great assets in junior and state level footy. He's a rancid kick of the footy though. I thought he rattled Kane Bevan a bit and put him off a bit, especially in the third when Peel had their comeback.
Donaghy doesn't take a step back. He would be a good bloke to have on your side. But yeah kicking could be better.
 

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Yep not sure with peel injury wise but Subiaco has a good amount of first team players injured majority from midfield . Mids Evitt (2004) Wills (2004) L Okeefe (2005) Chapman (2005) , defense D Odea (2005) . Hopefully all back out there next year.
Do you mean MOkeefe? Also L Macrae missed the last game from an ankle injury(season ending?) he’s caught my attention by being in theirs best couple of the last month.
 

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Bad by Peel, they should be promoting their talented kids. And exposing them to the highs levels possible.

And before people say this is scratch match, it’s the best 44 17 yo in the country playing against each other!
 

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The football budget has been uploaded and indeed Koltyn Tholstrup is not listed for Subiaco while Mitch Edwards, Clay Hall and Ethan Logan are for Peel as predicted by contributors here.

Interestingly Lance Collard and Lachlan MacRae are at least listed for Subi. (perhaps pending a fitness test?)
 
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There you have it you would think the Thunder would be faviourites now.

Peel’s Mitch Edwards, Ethan Logan, Clay Hall give up AFL GF curtain-raiser chance to play colts prelim​

Peel Thunder trio Mitch Edwards, Ethan Logan and Clay Hall will forgo the opportunity to play in an AFL grand final curtain-raiser at the MCG on Saturday to help their side win a WAFL colts preliminary final against Subiaco the following day.

The three 2023 draft prospects were among eight West Aussies invited to feature in the annual AFL Futures under-17s clash alongside Subiaco utility Koltyn Tholstrup, Claremont key-position player Daniel Curtin, Swan Districts winger Riley Hardeman, Perth ruck Coen Livingstone and East Fremantle speedster Koen Sanchez.

Thunder fell four points short of direct entry into the grand final against minor premiers West Perth on Saturday,


The club has praised the trio on a selfless decision after giving up a fantastic chance against the country’s best bottom-aged talents in front of AFL recruiters.

Tholstrup, who starred in the Lions’ 118-point semi-final over win South Fremantle with 16 disposals, four inside 50s and a goal, has opted to head east for the match.

“We wish the AFL wouldn’t put these kids in the situation of having to choose,” Subiaco colts coach Chayce Creedy said.

“There’s no wrong decision though, it’s an amazing chance for Koltyn to put his name up in lights.

“We hope we get the job done for him and he can play in a colts grand final as well.”

Exciting midfielder-forward Lance Collard is a chance to return from a collarbone injury sustained in round 20 and will be a handy replacement for Tholstrup if so.

Peel prevailed by four points when the two sides met in the first week of finals at New Choice Homes Park with Logan booting a game-high three goals after six the previous week.


East Fremantle’s home ground is again the venue for their next encounter, kicking off at 9am on Sunday and streamed live on Streamer.com.au.

Subiaco are aiming for their second colts flag in three seasons, while the Thunder haven’t won one since 2005.
 

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There you have it you would think the Thunder would be faviourites now.

Peel’s Mitch Edwards, Ethan Logan, Clay Hall give up AFL GF curtain-raiser chance to play colts prelim​

Peel Thunder trio Mitch Edwards, Ethan Logan and Clay Hall will forgo the opportunity to play in an AFL grand final curtain-raiser at the MCG on Saturday to help their side win a WAFL colts preliminary final against Subiaco the following day.

The three 2023 draft prospects were among eight West Aussies invited to feature in the annual AFL Futures under-17s clash alongside Subiaco utility Koltyn Tholstrup, Claremont key-position player Daniel Curtin, Swan Districts winger Riley Hardeman, Perth ruck Coen Livingstone and East Fremantle speedster Koen Sanchez.

Thunder fell four points short of direct entry into the grand final against minor premiers West Perth on Saturday,


The club has praised the trio on a selfless decision after giving up a fantastic chance against the country’s best bottom-aged talents in front of AFL recruiters.

Tholstrup, who starred in the Lions’ 118-point semi-final over win South Fremantle with 16 disposals, four inside 50s and a goal, has opted to head east for the match.

“We wish the AFL wouldn’t put these kids in the situation of having to choose,” Subiaco colts coach Chayce Creedy said.

“There’s no wrong decision though, it’s an amazing chance for Koltyn to put his name up in lights.

“We hope we get the job done for him and he can play in a colts grand final as well.”

Exciting midfielder-forward Lance Collard is a chance to return from a collarbone injury sustained in round 20 and will be a handy replacement for Tholstrup if so.

Peel prevailed by four points when the two sides met in the first week of finals at New Choice Homes Park with Logan booting a game-high three goals after six the previous week.


East Fremantle’s home ground is again the venue for their next encounter, kicking off at 9am on Sunday and streamed live on Streamer.com.au.

Subiaco are aiming for their second colts flag in three seasons, while the Thunder haven’t won one since 2005.
Nice work mate. I apologise for suggesting that Peel held back these kids from going to Melbourne if indeed they made that decision themselves.

Well, WA is the last of the states with 18's football still going on. A great chance for people around Australia to watch on Sunday and the following week and I think we need to encourage as many as possible to do so.
 

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Agreed Mate only just saw the article so good news cause you want to see the best players going at it, spewing not to see Koltyn playing but not a bad decision either way tough that they have this game on a players have to be in the position to decide.
 

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WAFL Colts Preliminary Final, Peel v Subiaco, Sunday Sep 25, 9am Western/11am Eastern, East Fremantle Oval

Live stream Live Stream: Peel Thunder Football Club vs Subiaco Football Club (Preliminary Final) , September 25, 2022 , 01:00 AM

27 player squad lists
Notable absentees
Peel: Jed Adams
Subiaco: Jacob Evitt, Lance Collard, Koltyn Tholstrup, Dylan O'Dea, Lachlan MacRae

Peel

M V Ave G 1-Dominic Dravitzski+ (PT) 15 3 0.20 - 2-Scott Tuia+ (PT) 15 58 3.86 2 3-Taj Wyburd (PT) 17 18 1.05 6 4-Connor Carbone (PT) 9 10 1.11 - 5-Jackson Klepzig (PT) 14 18 1.28 13 7-Byron Finch (PT) 17 33 1.94 22 8-Deian Roberts*** (PT) 8 - 0.00 - 10-Trent Brown (PT) 8 - 0.00 4 12-Darcy Clarke** (PT) 16 11 0.68 - 13-Joel Rush (PT) 17 46 2.70 6 15-Toby Jenkins** (PT) 8 1 0.12 5 17-Ethan Donaghy+ (PT) 18 54 3.00 10 18-William Dimasi (PT) 12 5 0.41 1 19-Ethan Logan** (PT) 11 27 2.45 12 20-Tristan Bryce+ (PT) 14 26 1.85 - 21-Clay Hall** (PT) 16 30 1.87 4 23-Joshua Draper (PT) 6 2 0.33 1 24-Jye Martelli (PT) 9 5 0.55 2 27-Matt Thomson** (PT) 10 8 0.80 - 28-Jack Ilott (PT) 4 3 0.75 - 29-Ben Hollow (PT) 14 3 0.21 12 31-Reece Torrent** (PT) 17 43 2.52 10 32-Michael Sellwood+ (PT) 16 69 4.31 6 33-Zane Wearing** (PT) 16 15 0.93 3 37-Mitchell Edwards** (PT) 12 27 2.25 4 39-Jackson Broadbent (PT) 13 27 2.07 9 40-Corey Tregenza-Cashell+ (PT) 10 38 3.80 23

Subiaco

M V Ave G 2-Tyrell Dewar (S) 14 17 1.21 15 6-Tyler Senge** (S) 12 2 0.16 8 7-Jack Gouge (S) 16 25 1.56 6 8-Domenic Crupi** (S) 2 - 0.00 - 9-Toby McDonald (S) 10 15 1.50 - 11-Cruz Woodley** (S) 13 9 0.69 2 12-Tyson Wright (S) 13 12 0.92 - 13-Robert Hansen Jr (S) 16 28 1.75 21 14-Ryan Newick (S) 16 43 2.68 11 15-Riley Crane** (S) 15 4 0.26 1 16-Zac Sadowski (S) 15 2 0.13 1 19-Ethan Barbieri (S) 18 40 2.22 3 20-Ky Franceschini+ (S) 14 36 2.57 1 21-Rory Murison (S) 17 41 2.41 1 22-Oscar Dees** (S) 4 7 1.75 2 24-Travis Shearer** (S) 2 - 0.00 - 26-Dylan Cordier (S) 15 9 0.60 - 29-Tom MacGillivray*** (S) 0 - 0.00 - 32-Kai Marchetto (S) 3 - 0.00 - 35-Josh Reid (S) 4 - 0.00 - 38-Tyzreise Clark** (S) 9 2 0.22 6 41-Riley Mayfield** (S) 12 22 1.83 10 42-Richard Farmer+ (S) 8 9 1.12 7 43-Campbell Henderson+ (S) 7 7 1.00 4 45-Richard Bartlett+ (S) 14 19 1.35 17 46-Riley Burton (S) 17 10 0.58 2 50-Luker Kentfield** (S) 12 20 1.67 16
 
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WAFL Colts Votes Leader Board After Finals Week 3
Votes taken from the coaches votes on the WAFL stats page and from one observer who watched live or on stream (Volunteers welcome)

Note - 2004 DOB's Reuben Ginbey (EP), Baxter Phillip (P), Jack Cleaver (EF), Jed Adams (PT), Elijah Hewett (SD), Darcy Jones (SD), Jed Hagan (EF), Jedd Busslinger (EP), Steely Green (SF) plus over age colts Daniel Hill (P) and Damian Sinclair (P) have been promoted to league football in 2022 season.

+ = Over ager 2003 DOB
** = Below ager 2005 DOB
*** = 2006 DOB

Leader Board Games Votes Ave Goals Max Mumme+ (CL) 5 38 7.60 6 Darcy Jones (SD) 6 44 7.33 6 Angus Laurisson+ (SD) 7 49 7.00 - Coen Livingstone** (P) 5 35 7.00 5 Jedd Busslinger (EP) 4 26 6.50 1 Jed Hagan (EF) 5 30 6.00 2 Jack Cleaver (EF) 4 24 6.00 - Seth Connor+ (SF) 14 79 5.64 6 Kane Bevan (WP) 12 67 5.58 3 Riley Hardeman** (SD) 6 33 5.50 1 Mitch Barron (CL) 11 59 5.36 4 Ed Allan (CL) 5 26 5.20 2 Kaleb Smith (EF) 6 31 5.16 - Judd Kelman** (S) 1 5 5.00 - Christian Wilson (SF) 17 83 4.88 2 Corey Tregenza-Cashell+ (PT) 11 50 4.54 28 Aiden O'Driscoll** (P) 6 26 4.33 5 Michael Sellwood+ (PT) 17 73 4.29 6 Jack Saunders** (SD) 11 46 4.18 2 Luke Kelly** (SD) 6 25 4.16 2 Luke Yeo (EF) 13 52 4.00 5 Connor McDonald (P) 5 20 4.00 4 Hugh Davies (CL) 3 12 4.00 - James Spadanuda (EF) 7 27 3.85 3 Kalib Dempster-Park (P) 6 23 3.83 1 Scott Tuia+ (PT) 16 60 3.75 2 Koltyn Tholstrup** (S) 13 48 3.69 25 Darcy Miller (EP) 16 59 3.68 4 Jordyn Baker (EP) 14 49 3.50 3 Damian Sinclair+ (P) 4 14 3.50 - Griff Julian (WP) 8 27 3.37 4 Jack Demarte+ (WP) 15 50 3.33 27 Luke Michael (WP) 12 40 3.33 2 Thomas Regan+ (SF) 3 10 3.33 - Dylan O'Dea** (S) 13 43 3.30 - Chase Bourne (SF) 13 42 3.23 13 Roan O'Hehir (SF) 15 48 3.20 6 Ky Franceschini+ (S) 15 47 3.13 2 Josh Sukuroski (CL) 14 43 3.07 7 Ethan Donaghy+ (PT) 19 58 3.05 12 Conrad Williams (CL) 6 18 3.00 - Jack Jago+ (SD) 2 6 3.00 - Jack Poole+ (P) 11 32 2.90 - Elijah Burrows+ (EF) 10 28 2.80 2 Baxter Phillip (P) 12 33 2.75 7 Presley Campbell** (EF) 4 11 2.75 - Sam Gilbey (CL) 4 11 2.75 - Joel Rush (PT) 18 49 2.72 6 Oscar Hine-Baston (P) 7 19 2.71 - Luca Gangemi (EF) 10 27 2.70 1 Reece Torrent** (PT) 18 48 2.67 10 Oliver Zolnier-Owens+ (P) 15 40 2.67 6 Jed Adams (PT) 9 24 2.67 3 Sokaa Soka+ (EP) 13 34 2.61 1 Aiden Nelson+ (WP) 15 38 2.53 10 Ryan Newick (S) 17 43 2.52 11 Rory Murison (S) 18 45 2.50 1 Jacob Evitt (S) 8 20 2.50 6 Daniel Curtin** (CL) 4 10 2.50 3 Riley Sprigg+ (WP) 17 42 2.47 2 Harry Cole (CL) 5 12 2.40 7

Leading Goal Scorers M G Liam Brandis (SF) 18 33 Corey Tregenza-Cashell+ (PT) 11 28 Jack Demarte+ (WP) 15 27 Koltyn Tholstrup** (S) 13 25 Noah Farrow (WP) 16 25 Robert Hansen Jnr (S) 17 22 Byron Finch (PT) 18 22 Mitch Williams** (EP) 10 21 Jasper Scaife (WP) 10 20 Richard Bartlett+ (S) 15 19 Luker Kentfield** (S) 13 17 Alexio Yiannakis** (EP) 14 16 Kobe Foster+ (EP) 8 15 Tyrell Dewar (S) 14 15 Harry Elphick (SF) 14 15 Josh Harris (EP) 14 15 Chase Bourne (SF) 13 13 Jackson Klepzig (PT) 15 13 Ed Graham (SF) 8 12 Ben Praxl (EF) 8 12 Ethan Logan** (PT) 12 12 Luke.Brown (CL) 13 12 Bonheur Cubahiro+ (EP) 14 12 Ben Hollow (PT) 14 12 Ethan Donaghy+ (PT) 19 12


Players worth looking at closely - My Alternative out on a limb view (Including players who have performed exceptionally since the state squad was announced and left their run late)

1-Jedd Busslinger (EP)
2-Elijah Hewett (SD)
3-Reuben Ginbey (EP/PSA)
4-Sam Gilbey
(CL/PSA)
5-Darcy Jones (SD)
6-Ed Allan
(CL/PSA)
7-Kaleb Smith (EF/PSA)
8-Kane Bevan (WP)
9-Jack Cleaver (EF)
10-Jed Adams (PT)
11-Jed Hagan (EF)
12-Ryan Newick (S)
13-Steely Green (SF)
14-Josh Draper (PT)
15-Jackson Broadbent (PT)
16-Christian Wilson (SF)
17-Luke Michael (WP)
18-Jasper Scaife (WP)
19-Jordyn Baker (EP)
20-Hugh Davies (CL/PSA)
21-Harry Cole (CL/PSA)
22-Noah Farrow (WP)
23-Tyrell Dewar (S)
24-Michael Sellwood+ (PT)
25-Griff Julian (WP)

26-Byron Finch (PT)
27-Sokaa Soka+ (EP)
28-Connor McDonald (P/PSA)
29-Baxter Phillip (P)
30-Corey Tregenza-Cashell+ (PT)
31-Mitch Barron
(CL)
32-Chase Bourne (SF)

33-Josh Sukuroski (CL)
34-Oscar Hine-Baston (P/PSA)
35-Conrad Williams (CL/PSA)
36-Rohan MacNeill (CL)
37-Max Mumme+ (CL)
38-Darcy Miller (EP)
39-Jonah Brooks (EP/PSA)
40-Joel Rush (PT)

Others in the mix - Ethan Barbieri (S), Angus Laurisson+ (SD), Jordan Douglas (SF), Seth Connor+ (SF), Luke Yeo (EF), Connor Carbone (PT), William Wolf (CL), Jack Demarte+ (WP), Daniel Hill+ (P), Tom Smith (SD), Jack Poole+ (P), Ed Graham (SF/PSA), Mitch Miller (EP/PSA), Xavier Milner (EP), William Cassidy (EP/PSA) , Rory Charles (CL), Bailey Maxwell (EP), Jacob Evitt (S), Daniel Gathercole (WP)
 
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Subiaco 3rd

M V Ave G Judd Kelman** (S) 1 5 5.00 - Koltyn Tholstrup** (S) 13 48 3.69 25 Dylan O'Dea** (S) 13 43 3.30 - Ky Franceschini+ (S) 15 47 3.13 2 Ryan Newick (S) 17 43 2.52 11 Rory Murison (S) 18 45 2.50 1 Jacob Evitt (S) 8 20 2.50 6 Ethan Barbieri (S) 19 40 2.10 3 Riley Mayfield** (S) 13 22 1.69 11 Lance Collard** (S) 6 10 1.67 4 Robert Hansen Jr (S) 17 28 1.64 22 Toby McDonald (S) 11 18 1.63 - Luker Kentfield** (S) 13 21 1.61 17 Riley Wills (S) 5 8 1.60 3 Jack Gouge (S) 17 26 1.52 6 Lachlan MacRae** (S) 16 24 1.50 3 Koopa Walsh*** (S) 2 3 1.50 4 Oscar Dees** (S) 5 7 1.40 2 Richard Bartlett+ (S) 15 19 1.26 19 Tyrell Dewar (S) 14 17 1.21 15 Tyson Wright (S) 14 14 1.00 - Mitchell O'Keefe+ (S) 10 10 1.00 - Richard Farmer+ (S) 9 9 1.00 7 Campbell Henderson+ (S) 8 7 0.87 4 Riley Burton (S) 18 13 0.72 2 Cruz Woodley** (S) 14 9 0.64 2 Dylan Cordier (S) 16 9 0.56 - Riley Crane** (S) 16 4 0.25 1 Tyler Senge** (S) 13 3 0.23 9 Tyzreise Clark** (S) 10 2 0.20 8 Charly Bruinsma (S) 5 1 0.20 2 Zac Sadowski (S) 16 2 0.12 1 Cas Dunlop** (S) 5 - 0.00 5 Kyde Stubbs (S) 4 - 0.00 3 Malakai Champion*** (S) 3 - 0.00 3 Austin Chapman** (S) 2 - 0.00 - Kai Marchetto (S) 3 - 0.00 - Kieren Douglas** (S) 2 - 0.00 - Josh Bell (S) 5 - 0.00 2 Mitchell Morris** (S) 4 - 0.00 - Ky South (S) 2 - 0.00 - Lachlan Cater** (S) 3 - 0.00 - Tait Saunders** (S) 1 - 0.00 - Levi Young (S) 2 - 0.00 1 Travis Shearer** (S) 2 - 0.00 - Ben Steinmann** (S) 1 - 0.00 1 Fraser Hyatt (S) 2 - 0.00 - Regan Mott** (S) 1 - 0.00 1 Domenic Crupi** (S) 2 - 0.00 - Josh Reid (S) 5 - 0.00 - Tom MacGillivray*** (S) 1 - 0.00 -
 

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Anyone have any thoughts on the prelim between Peel and Subi.
It was a very good game but injuries/unavailability cost Subiaco. Koltyn Tholstrup, Dylan O'Dea, Lance Collard, Jacob Evitt, Tyrell Dewar and Lachlan MacRae all missing and that's some serious talent.

Peel had a much more even spread of contributors but Corey Tregenza-Cashell (PT) and Ky Franceschini (S) played amazing games for their respective clubs.

Some of the better players on the day I thought were - PT - Corey Tregenza-Cashell, Reece Torrent, Ethan Donaghy, Michael Sellwood, Joel Rush, Scott Tuia, Taj Wyburd, Clay Hall, Dominic Dravitzki

And for S - Ky Franceschini, Toby McDonald, Rory Murison, Jack Gouge, Riley Burton, Tyson Wright, Tyzreise Clark

Hopefully there are very few unavailable players for the Grand Final. I want to see a good game with the best talent in action. So far it would appear that Jed Adams (PT) and Jasper Scaife (WP) are the only certain outs. So both clubs are at evens for now.
 
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The Jack Clarke Medal for the colts B&F will be counted and announced in a few hours - along with the Sandover of course
.....any predictions?
 

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