TAC Cup Team of the Year

TAC CUP TEAM OF THE YEAR

BACKLINE

Brandon Ellis from Calder Cannons

  • averaged 24 disposals and 9 contested possessions a game

Andrew Boseley Geelong Falcons

  • ranked equal 1st in rebound 50’s for the falcons and ranked 4th overall for marks from opposition kicks

Matthew Buntine Dandenong Stingrays

  • For Dandenong averaged 2nd in uncontested possessions most rebound 50’s

HALF BACK LINE

Brad Crouch – North Ballarat Rebels

  • In the TAC Cup competition: Averaged 3rd most effective kicks, Ranked 2nd for hardball gets

Michael Talia – Calder Cannons

  • Calder’s no. 1 defender, averaging most defensive 50 disposals, marks and rebound 50’s

Sam Docherty – Gippsland Power

  • In the TAC Cup competition: Ranked 2nd for marks from opposition kicks and rebound 50’s, Ranked 4th for long kicks

CENTRE LINE

Will Hoskin-Elliott – Western Jets

  • For the Western Jets averaged the most kicks and inside 50’s

Doug Morris – Northern Knights

  • In the TAC Cup Competition ranked number 1 for: Total Disposals, Contested Possessions, Clearances

Jack Newnes – Northern Knights

  • Ranked number 2 at the Northern Knights for: Disposals, Handball receives, Contested possessions

HALF FORWARD LINE

Alex Benbow – Dandenong Stingrays

  • For the Dandenong Stingrays averaged most disposals and contested possessions

Nick O’Brien – North Ballarat Rebels

  • For the North Ballarat Rebels averaged most marks and goals

Clay Smith – Gippsland Power

  • For Gippsland Power averaged: Most contested possessions, 2nd most disposals

FULL FORWARD LINE

Taylor Adams – Geelong Falcons

  • In TAC Cup Competition averaged: 3rd most disposals, 2nd most uncontested possessions

Jonathan Patton – Eastern Ranges

  • Ranked no.1 for Eastern Ranges and no.2 in the competition for contested marks 

Alex Woodward – Sandringham Dragons

  • In the TAC Cup competition ranked: Equal 2nd for contested possessions,     2nd for clearances

FOLLOWERS

Billy Longer – Northern Knights

  • Most effective ruckman in the TAC Cup competition

Dom Tyson – Oakleigh Chargers

  • For Oakleigh Chargers averaged: Most uncontested possessions, 3rd most handballs

Toby Greene – Oakleigh Chargers

  • In the TAC Cup Competition averaged: 2nd most contested possessions,       3rd most handballs

INTERCHANGE

Adam Kennedy – Western Jets

  • In the TAC Cup Competition averaged second most handball receives and short kicks

Jack Crisp – Murray Bushrangers

  • Averaged 4th most tackles in the TAC Cup Competition and 2nd most disposals for the Murray Bushrangers

Tom Sheridan – Calder Cannons

  • On average for the Calder Cannons was no. 1 handballer and clearance player

Daniel Markworth – Calder Cannons

  • No.1 for goal assists, and ws equal fourth on the goal kicking ladder.     

Alex Greenwood – Eastern Ranges

  • In the TAC Cup competition ranked: Equal 3rd in handballs, Fourth in contested possessions

Shaun Wyatt – Gippsland Power

  • In the TAC Cup competition: Won the most uncontested possessions, Ranked 2nd for most effective kicks
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Coach: Graeme Yeats - Dandenong Stingrays 




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