Home / World News / How did the Fremantle Dockers-listed players go in Peel Thunder’s win over Claremont

How did the Fremantle Dockers-listed players go in Peel Thunder’s win over Claremont

Dumped trio Brandon Matera, Michael Johnson and Danyle Pearce were among those to impress in Peel Thunder’s narrow win over Claremont at Claremont Oval on Saturday.

Ten Fremantle-listed players took the field at Claremont Oval, with mixed results.

Hayden Ballantyne: Started strongly but drifted in and out of the match, playing mainly in the midfield.

Harley Bennell: Had plenty of the ball early before calf tightness ended his day after quarter-time.

Ethan Hughes: Pushed his case for an AFL recall, rebounding well from half-back with 23 disposals and seven marks.

Michael Johnson: Showed plenty as a key forward in the first half before his experience was required down back.

Griffin Logue: Had his moments in his second game back from injury, but opponent Tom Lee won the battle with three majors.

Brandon Matera: Best afield, having a big impact up forward with three goals before going into the middle.

Lloyd Meek: Held his own around the ground after getting promoted from the reserves with 32 hit-outs, 15 disposals and five tackles.

Ryan Nyhuis: Solid in defence as usual.

Danyle Pearce: Found plenty of the footy, finishing with a game-high 30 disposals.

Luke Strnadica: Probably the better of the two Dockers-listed ruckmen, battling hard against Oliver Eastland.

About brandsauthority

Check Also

SES volunteer in line for achievement award

A Kalgoorlie-Boulder volunteer is in the running for the Department of Fire and Emergency Services’ …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: