1 Snelling - based on his first half
3 Ambrose - Only guy who comprehensively beat his opponent
2 Hartley - Was unlucky to concede 2 goals to Marshall, 16 1%ers.
1 Francis - Was admirable through duress, one of the few who looked dangerous all day.
Defenders get sympathy votes in days like these ones.
Guelfi bit stiff - loved his game today
Honestly I could almost give votes to parish…
3 - Snelling
2 - Zerrett
1 - Francis
Was at the game and I’m honestly struggling.
…but more importantly:
-3 Worsfold’s lack of ability to size up the need for Hooker to go back (certainly no later than the end of 1st Qtr) and Hartley to go forward and give a genuine marking target. I assume Hooker was playing injured which is another negative toward Woosha!
-2 Zaharakis who’s early career was marked by speedy and positive decision making and creative play. All this has disappeared over the past two years and being the most experienced player in the team his output is now inadequate.
-1 McKenna who clearly had too much of a good time at his brother’s wedding and was still endeavouring to deal with the excesses of Guinness!
I suspect that at least 3- 4 other players were ‘playing sore’ and under different circumstances would have been rested.
3 @Heffsgirl for driving so far to watch that horrific display.
If the pies get torched tomorrow it will be worth it. I’ll be there in schendfrauden glory if that happens.
2…car park costs
1.takin my missus to the office on way home
Blitz has been living off schadenfreude for 15 years, I’m sure another day of it won’t cause any harm!