Two Lions players make up the top-two in this week’s Player Rankings following their Giants trouncing.
Find out who they are, and who was judged player of the round below.
10. Brandon Parfitt (GEEL)
Parfitt was solid in the Cats win over Collingwood, accumulating 30 disposals, 12 contested possessions, eight score involvements, five clearances, three goal assists, and 544 metres gained.
9. Touk Miller (GCS)
The Suns bull won plenty of the footy as they overcame the Hawks, finishing with 37 disposals, 10 contested possessions, 10 score involvements, seven tackles, one goal, and 568 metres gained.
8. Darcy Parish (ESS)
Darcy Parish is in some purple patch. Has thrust himself into All Australian contention and is now closing in on top-spot in the Player of the Season Leaderboard.
Helped the Dons to a stirring win over West Coast with 36 disposals at 80% efficiency, 17 contested possessions, 11 clearances, eight score involvements, and 502 metres gained.
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7. Dom Sheed (WCE)
His side couldn’t get past the Bombers, but Sheed played a stellar game with 43 disposals, 15 contested possessions, seven score involvements, six inside 50s, six clearances, a goal, and 613 metres gained.
6. Jack Riewoldt (RICH)
Riewoldt took a serious mark of the year contender to cap off a five-goal display, which also included 20 disposals, 14 marks, 11 score involvements, and 547 metres gained.
5. Patrick Cripps (CARL)
Sunday was comfortably Crippa’s best game of the season so far. Hopefully it’s a sign of things to come for Blues fans. He hasn’t been playing his best footy, but reminded us of what he’s capable of against Sydney with 27 disposals, 18 contested possessions, seven clearances, six score involvements, two contested marks, three goals, and 528 metres gained.
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4. Isaac Heeney (SYD)
The Swans looked in trouble at times against the Blues, but stormed home late, and Heeney was pivotal. Kicked three goals from 22 disposals, took 14 marks, three contested marks, had eight score involvements, and 562 metres gained.
3. Ollie Wines (PA)
Wines was central in Port’s 46-point thumping of Freo. Finished with 35 disposals at 85% efficiency, 19 contested possessions, 14 score involvements, eight clearances, eight inside 50s, seven tackles, and three goal assists.
2. Dayne Zorko (BRIS)
After a slow start to the season, Zorko’s Lions have won eight on the trot and Zorko himself is starting to find some serious form. Recorded 35 disposals, 15 contested possessions, 12 score involvements, seven inside 50s, six clearances, two goals, and 584 metres gained.
1. Mitch Robinson (BRIS)
Robinson played a starring role as the Lions dismantled a genuine finals contender in GWS. Having not kicked a goal all season, the dogged operator slotted four, also racking up 30 dispsoals, 12 marks, 10 score involvements, nine inside 50s, eight intercept possessions, and 689 metres gained in one of the best games of his 209-game career.
Player of the Season
An accumulative award based on each round’s Player Rankings, with players being awarded points correlating with their ranking. 10 points for 1st, 9 for 2nd, 8 for 3rd and so on.