List Mgmt. Welcome pick 62 - Greg Clark

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FKASC

Under Notice
May 28, 2017
18,468
34,003
AFL Club
West Coast
The best player named Greg since Greg Broughton
 

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ziad

Brownlow Medallist
May 2, 2009
18,284
10,895
Sydney
AFL Club
West Coast
Wont get a game unless our injury list is sky high.
I think he will. Steps straight in for Redden. Schofield will craft his role, he demands tackling pressure.
Chesser is likely to get a few games on the wing as the has the natural pace, endurance and quality to stand up, the others are development players for most of 2022.
 
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spotthedot

Team Captain
Jun 20, 2006
423
324
scarborough
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
subi - wafl
Rounds out our draft nicely
u guys will be pleasantly surprised. i have watched a lot of him over the past 2 years he can play...tough as nails...skilful...great leader...can kick goals.
ready to play round 1!
congrats clarkey and eagles...enjoy his career!
ps great bloke as well
 

Neale4brownlow

Premiership Player
May 20, 2017
4,275
6,585
AFL Club
West Coast
I really like this pick.
Hopefully Tim Kelly has shown there's guys worth having a punt on from the 2's. They can always step up to another level when they're surrounded by elite players (or elite compared to WAFL anyway).
 

WCErevival

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 28, 2009
19,995
25,833
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Reading FC
Is he sort of a poor mans Patrick Cripps?
 

WCE_phil

Brownlow Medallist
Nov 14, 2009
10,302
10,141
perth
AFL Club
West Coast
Still to this day I'm staggered as to how Greg didn't get picked up in 2015 or the intervening years.

Ah Chee aside, I thought Clark would've been the first West Aussie picked that year.

Fair play to him.

He's earned his chance.
He was just considered too slow. It was astonishing. WA captain, reads the play really well, good skills for an inside mid and tackles like a beast.
 

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