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WAFL Watch: Coach’s comments rd 10

WAFL: Highlights v South Fremantle Catch all the highlights from Peel Thunder's Round 10 clash with South Fremantle on Saturday

Twelve Fremantle-listed players were in action in Peel's three-point loss to South Fremantle at David Grays Arena on Saturday.

Senior development coach Marc Webb runs through how they fared.

Ryan Nyhuis
Played back for the game. Ryan rolled off and competed really well one-on-one, he had 26 possessions and helped set up the attack with some good use from the backline and finished with 12 marks.

Tobe Watson
Played back for the game. Tobe played higher up the ground this week and had a strong influence defensively with 25 possessions and 15 marks. He also played on the high South Fremantle forwards and defended well.

Lachie Schultz
Played forward and on the ball in the second half. Lachie helped get Peel into the game in the second half with seven clearances and was clean and strong around the contest.

Bailey Banfield
Played on ball for the game. Bailey was also able to push forward and kick two goals. His clearance work was good, as was his pressure around the contest with nine tackles.

Travis Colyer
Played high forward and on ball for the game. Travis showed his speed and work-rate through the lines, he was really strong with his link-up play, taking 10 marks and kicking a goal.

Tom North
Played on the ball with 18 possessions and four clearances. It was Tom’s first game back in a midfield role in the past few weeks. He distributed well around the contest and linked up with his hands.

Lloyd Meek
Played in the ruck for the game in a strong battle with South Fremantle’s Brock Higgins. Lloyd helped give Peel first use, especially in the second half and finished with 28 hitous. His follow-up work was also good, with 12 ground ball gets in a good performance. 

Cam McCarthy
Played forward for the game. Cam led consistently and gave Peel a good option forward. He worked hard both offensively and defensively and was able to take some good marks in the forward 50, resulting in three goals. 

Jason Carter
Played half back for the game. He gave Peel some good bounce from defence, he was clean in the contest, strong around the ball and good one-on-one on his opponents. 

Harley Bennell
Played forward for the game. He had a deep forward role where he led up at the ball and kicked two goals.

Hayden Ballantyne
Played forward for the game. While he didn’t get a lot of the ball, when he played higher up the ground his pressure work was good as well as his work-rate.

Hugh Dixon
Played forward and as a backup ruck in his first game back from injury. Hugh showed some really good signs in his one-on-one contests, taking two contested marks. He led up at the ball and was able to kick a goal and collect six hitouts in the ruck.

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