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Six Fremantle-listed players were in action as Peel Thunder defeated Perth by three points at David Grays Arena Park on Saturday.
Senior development coach Marc Webb runs through how each player fared.
Played on the wing for the game. He had 21 kicks, 32 possessions and four tackles in a really strong performance. He worked hard in defence and gave Peel some good use. He also kicked a really important goal in the third term in a very good performance.
Played on ball for the game. He ended up with 20 disposals, eight tackles and seven clearances. His work rate around the stoppage and ability to transition from clearances was much improved. He helped drive the young Peel team from the midfield.
Played across half back for the game. He ended up with 17 possessions and kicked a goal when he pushed forward. His roll off and one-on-one contests were excellent and he was able to help steady a young Peel defence.
Played forward for the game. Sam played deeper and closer to goal this week. He presented well at the ball as a forward and was able to kick three goals including the winning goal in the last quarter.
Played forward and on ball for the first half. He started really well, he had 10 kicks, three clearances and kicked a goal. Unfortunately, he hurt his ankle and didn’t play any part in the second half.
Played back and on the wing for the day. Jason had limited impact when he was on the wing, he defended well across half back without his usual drive and competed well.