BEST – Durdin, Jones, Nelligan, Thilthorpe, Horsnell, Kraemer. With the exception of Western Jets’ Zak Butters and Gippsland Power’s Xavier Duursma, Port Adelaide took six South Australians and re-rookied Cameron Hewett in what was a needs-based draft for the Power. SOUTH AUSTRALIA  3.6  9.7  12.10  13.12 (90) VICTORIA METRO  2.3  3.6  6.9  11.12 (78). Richmond: Riley Collier-Dawkins, Jack Ross, Fraser Turner, Luke English 37 – Western Bulldogs – Laitham Vandermeer (Murray Bushrangers/Vic Country) West Coast: Xavier O’Neill, Luke Foley, Bailey Williams, Jarrod Cameron He can play forward or back as well as through the middle, but is yet to taste senior football which is something he would hope to do in 2019. In the West Adelaide vs. Centrals match, the Bloods won easily, with star Izak Rankine proving inaccurate in front of goal finishing with 0.4 – it could have easily been better result for him. All three are players who will need to add strength to their frames, but can play across multiple positions. POTENTIAL Collingwood Next Generation Academy (NGA) draft prospect, Isaac Quaynor aced the National AFL Draft Combine Goalkicking test last night, finishing the first evening of testing with a perfect score. He can play anywhere on the ground and win the ball in contested situations, or be on the receiving end as well. The classy outside midfielder is similar to Rozee in many ways, but is a touch smaller and is more effective at ground level. Young forward Lachlan Hosie continues to hit the scoreboard at League and Reserves level finishing with another three goals. This brings coaches much excitement and intrigue, yet also can lead to dissapointment if Riley Grundy doesn't turn out to be a supercoach type, or struggles to gain selection at Port Adelaide. Recruited from: Sturt: pick 73, 2018 National Draft, Player performance throughout this season & their full career. Quaynor is most known for his kicking, and while he did not finish in the top 10 of the Kicking test, he was the clear standout in front of goals. He is someone who will create plenty of highlights across his career, both in the air and at ground level.

Having watched former teammates like his older brother, Jadon, and Reontre Lawrence lead as seniors during their careers, Grundy saw how he wanted to be in his final season. “Gotta do better than that,” Grundy said with a smile in a cramped upstairs office at The Cave during halftime of Tuesday’s opening-round sectional game between Penn and Mishawaka. Can second-ranked Riley maneuver the postseason minefield of sectional, regionals and semistate? Not if Grundy and his guys want to get to where they want to go. Riley GRUNDY passed away in Atlanta, Georgia. While he might be a touch short to play inside at AFL level, he has developed that role inside 50 which could be suited for him. 64 – Adelaide – Lachlan Sholl (Calder Cannons/Vic Metro)

He knows how to weight kicks and hold off handballs until a teammate is prepared, and is always on the move. The video has more than 64,000 views, 1,500 likes and 570 retweets.

“We won’t back down from anyone,” Grundy said. GOALS – Dudley, Horsnell 3, Dumesny 2, Dean, Baldwin, Durdin, Higgins, Pedlar. One of the best accumulators of the football, Woodcock is small in stature but just keeps powering on. His teammates run after him and go crazier. The defender was a member of the national championship-winning under 18 South Australian side.

34 – GWS GIANTS – Kieren Briggs (GWS GIANTS Academy/NSW-ACT)
State Knockout School/College Championships. He’s never earned anything lower than an A-.
That meant doing everything the right way every time. 20 – Richmond – Riley Collier-Dawkins (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro) But nothing compared to school, where he carries a 3.9 grade-point. 3 – Gold Coast – Izak Rankine (West Adelaide/South Australia) Defender Jez McLennan had the nine disposals and four tackles and mature age ruckman Darcy Fort had 13 possessions, including 18 hitouts.

This is Grundy’s way. ), the other in Spanish (Que pasa?).

This semester, he’s put in overtime with calculus. He moves incredibly well and has a terrific kick that he uses to penetrate laterally through opposition defences. 18 – Port Adelaide – Xavier Duursma (Gippsland Power/Vic Country) [citation needed], Grundy playing for Collingwood in March 2017, Copeland Trophy • Collingwood Football Club best and fairest winners, State of Origin for Bushfire Relief Match, South Australian National Football League, "Experience counts for little as Brodie Grundy eyes September", "Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy has stormed home to win this year's @theheraldsun player of the year award",, Australian rules footballers from South Australia, Use Australian English from December 2017, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2018, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 September 2020, at 22:28. He’s just kind of there, someone who’s not always noticed when he’s on the floor, until he’s not. 2 – Tom McKenzie 25