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

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Futbolista

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Do you know of any video of him laying?
Well, in this colts game he plays forward and kicks six goals. He is normally a defender but he proved he can play both ends of the ground.

 

stoneman19643

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Freezin

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Well, in this colts game he plays forward and kicks six goals. He is normally a defender but he proved he can play both ends of the ground.

Kudos to the kid for kicking 6....nothing to sneeze at, though in all honesty that EF defence had no one over 190cm and no big bodies to compete with that bigger bodied Cl forward line. So be interested to see how the kid goes against a bigger bodied defence...
 

allyearround

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Kudos to the kid for kicking 6....nothing to sneeze at, though in all honesty that EF defence had no one over 190cm and no big bodies to compete with that bigger bodied Cl forward line. So be interested to see how the kid goes against a bigger bodied defence...
Agree. Watched him play the last couple of games for reserves. Struggled to get much of it. Had limited impact. Big step up for him from colts.
 

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Futbolista

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WAFL Colts Grand Final
West Perth v Peel, Saturday October 1, Leederville Oval, 11.40am Western/1.40pm Eastern
Telecast on Channel 7 & Live Stream: West Perth Football Club vs Peel Thunder Football Club (Grand Final) , October 1, 2022 , 03:30 AM

Notable Absentees - Jasper Scaife (West Perth), Jed Adams (Peel)

West Perth
M V Ave G 1-Saverio Marafioti+ (WP) 7 7 1.00 9 2-Mitch Lonnie (WP) 17 15 0.88 6 3-Harry Cabalzar+ (WP) 16 21 1.31 1 6-Nate Dimanlig (WP) 15 29 1.93 8 7-Luke Michael (WP) 12 40 3.33 2 8-Byron Sherwood (WP) 17 31 1.82 3 9-Kane Bevan (WP) 12 67 5.58 3 11-Blake Garraway+ (WP) 15 24 1.60 5 12-Griff Julian (WP) 8 27 3.37 4 13-Tyler Mouritz+ (WP) 9 19 2.11 - 14-Riley Sprigg+ (WP) 17 42 2.47 2 15-Jye Skender (WP) 15 6 0.40 - 16-Daniel Gathercole (WP) 13 23 1.76 - 17-Tom Rance (WP) 11 4 0.36 4 18-Jack Demarte+ (WP) 15 50 3.33 27 20-Callum Smith (WP) 4 - 0.00 - 21-Jacob Templeton (WP) 11 4 0.36 11 23-Jesse Taylor** (WP) 17 10 0.58 1 25-Aiden Nelson+ (WP) 15 38 2.53 10 30-Clayton Taylor (WP) 13 6 0.46 - 37-Tjad Gianoncelli** (WP) 13 1 0.07 - 41-Trent Hiscock*** (WP) 1 - 0.00 - 42-Noah Farrow (WP) 16 36 2.25 25 44-Camden Pires (WP) 8 11 1.37 1 49-Codan Daddow** (WP) 6 3 0.50 9 50-Eli Alexander** (WP) 7 14 2.00 10

Peel
M V Ave G 1-Dominic Dravitzski+ (PT) 16 4 0.25 - 2-Scott Tuia+ (PT) 16 60 3.75 2 3-Taj Wyburd (PT) 18 20 1.11 6 4-Connor Carbone (PT) 10 10 1.00 1 5-Jackson Klepzig (PT) 15 18 1.20 13 7-Byron Finch (PT) 18 33 1.83 22 8-Deian Roberts*** (PT) 9 - 0.00 - 10-Trent Brown (PT) 8 - 0.00 4 12-Darcy Clarke** (PT) 17 11 0.64 - 13-Joel Rush (PT) 18 49 2.72 6 15-Toby Jenkins** (PT) 8 1 0.12 5 17-Ethan Donaghy+ (PT) 19 58 3.05 12 18-William Dimasi (PT) 13 5 0.38 1 19-Ethan Logan** (PT) 12 27 2.25 12 20-Tristan Bryce+ (PT) 15 26 1.73 - 21-Clay Hall** (PT) 17 31 1.82 5 23-Joshua Draper (PT) 7 2 0.28 1 24-Jye Martelli (PT) 10 5 0.50 2 27-Matt Thomson** (PT) 11 8 0.72 - 28-Jack Ilott (PT) 4 3 0.75 - 29-Ben Hollow (PT) 14 3 0.21 12 30-Michael Sellwood+ (PT) 17 73 4.29 6 31-Reece Torrent** (PT) 18 48 2.67 10 33-Zane Wearing** (PT) 17 15 0.88 3 37-Mitchell Edwards** (PT) 13 27 2.07 5 39-Jackson Broadbent (PT) 14 27 1.92 9 40-Corey Tregenza-Cashell+ (PT) 11 50 4.54 28
 

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Freezin

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No mention of Jed Hagan in any of the phantom drafts, which I find a bit surprising.

Sure he lacks a bit of height - but not sure what more he could have done to impress.
My thoughts exactly....kicked a couple in the prelim last week, looked the only likely goalkicker for EF in the game....just has had that knack of upping his game at every level....
 
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ChasingFlags25

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I was a rap for Bevan from last year, I hope he is carrying an injury? He looks the slowest player out there today unfortunately.
Will struggle to get drafted, what are peoples thoughts?
 

Futbolista

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Jackson Broadbent wins the Mel Whinnen Medal, which is a surprise to me at least.

I thought Reece Torrent (PT), Noah Farrow (WP), Byron Sherwood (WP), Scott Tuia (PT), Griff Julian (WP), Darcy Clarke (PT), Taj Wyburd (PT) Josh Draper (PT), Clay Hall (PT) and Luke Michael (WP) were good also. Kane Bevan (WP) got a heap of the ball but not sure he was that effective but gave effort for sure.
 

Diverbelow

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Fremantle
Jackson Broadbent wins the Mel Whinnen Medal, which is a surprise to me at least.

I thought Reece Torrent (PT), Noah Farrow (WP), Byron Sherwood (WP), Scott Tuia (PT), Griff Julian (WP), Darcy Clarke (PT), Taj Wyburd (PT) Josh Draper (PT), Clay Hall (PT) and Luke Michael (WP) were good also. Kane Bevan (WP) got a heap of the ball but not sure he was that effective but gave effort for sure.
Bevan got a lot of the ball but was horrible using it. Went at about 40% effectiveness. I thought the best for WP was clearly Byron Sherwood. Big bodied midfielder that got 23 possessions, 10 tackles and 2 long range goals. Won plenty of centre clearances as well.
 

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