Welcome to Hawthorn: Mitchell "Hodge" Lewis - Round 18 Rising Star Nom

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Looked like he enjoyed the space more.

Put Patton in the goal square, give Lewis the 50 and just beyond the arcs. Thats your new twin towers for the next 8-10 years
I can actually see that working. Patton in the goal square demands a big, strong KPD to man him which then frees Lewis up to roam and float in to take one of those soon to be signature pack marks.
 

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I can actually see that working. Patton in the goal square demands a big, strong KPD to man him which then frees Lewis up to roam and float in to take one of those soon to be signature pack marks.
we could be going from having the leagues shortest CHF in poppy to having the league's tallest forward pocket in Connor Nash at 197cm.
 

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Ins this week are so far are Miles, Glass, Brand, Nash and not Rough so he probably gets to go around again.
Has kicked a goal a game this year, hopefully kicks quite a few this week for the rising star nomination.... if he does I'm all in on a new avatar.
 

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Alright So after 6 games(including one where he got concussed)

Lewis' 3rd year stats

6 games, 6.3 kicks, 4.5 marks, 2.5 handballs, 1.17 goals, 1 behind, 1.67 tackles 1.67 inside 50s, 4.8 contested possessions, 0.5 goal assists 2 contested marks

Lynch's 3rd year stats

8 games, 7.1 kicks 5.2 marks, 5 handballs, 1 goal, 0.75 behinds, 1.63 tackles, 1.75 inside 50s, 6.6 contested possessions 2.25 contested marks, 0.88 goal assists


Interestingly enough, the main differences in stats between Mitch Lewis and Tom Lynch in their 3rd seasons, is more goals and more behinds from fewer possessions for Mitch Lewis.

These stats would probably suggest Lynch had been playing a bit further up the ground than Lewis is currently, although I have no proof of that.
 

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