Peel Thunder kept their finals hopes alive with a win over Perth and the 13 players who turned out for them helped get the vital victory.
Eric Benning: Made his league debut as a defender where he put in a solid effort.
Mitch Crowden: Another stellar performance with 32 disposals and eight inside-50s.
Neil Erasmus: One of his best games of 2022 with 22 disposals, six tackles and a goal.
Ethan Hughes: Continues to thrive as a wingman and got forward to kick two goals.
Matthew Johnson: Laid seven big tackles, but was wayward in front of the sticks with three behinds.
Lloyd Meek: Had his hands full but was again good as he pushes for an AFL recall.
Nathan O’Driscoll: Worked hard and kicked a late goal on his way back from injury.
Sam Sturt: Another quiet game, with just the one behind for the day.
Josh Treacy: Didn’t hit the scoreboard and had just 12 touches and nine hit-outs.
Darcy Tucker: Easily best in ground with 32 disposals, eight inside-50s and two goals.
Joel Western: Not ideal conditions for the speedster, but he was clean at ground level.
Nathan Wilson: Used the ball with precision from defence in the wet conditions.
Karl Worner: Going to be hard to drop with 22 disposals on a wing.