17/04/2024

The Inner Sanctum's Team of the Week for round 6. Design: Will Cuckson

The Inner Sanctum has put together a team of the week, comprised of the best performing players from Round 6 of the 2022 AFL season.

The Inner Sanctum has put together a team of the week, comprised of the best performing players from Round 6 of the 2022 AFL season.

Defenders are rewarded for their defensive play, midfielders receive accolades for their dominance, while forwards receive a shout-out for hitting the scoreboard and applying pressure.

You can read last week’s team here.

James Sicily has not missed a beat in his return to footy, and it continued on Monday, despite the loss to Sydney. Sicily had 21 disposals, 11 marks, and ten rebound 50s. Brennan Cox helped patrol the Fremantle backline in their win over Carlton with 12 marks and 17 disposals at 100% disposal efficiency. Nick Vlastuin had 30 disposals and eight marks in Richmond’s loss to Melbourne.

Zach Tuohy had his best game of the season against the Kangaroos with 32 disposals and nine marks. Billy Frampton has re-invented himself as a key defender and had a career-best game with 26 possessions, nine marks, and seven rebound 50s. Jeremy Howe dominated down back on ANZAC Day with 22 disposals and 13 marks in Collingwood’s win over Essendon.

In what has been a terrific season so far, Ed Langdon continued his sensational form on Sunday night with 30 disposals and a goal, as well as 599 metres gained. Callum Mills had one of the most dominant performances of the season with 37 disposals, 11 marks, and a goal against Hawthorn. Dan Houston was very damaging in Port Adelaide’s win, collecting 33 disposals and booting a goal.

In the ruck against Stefan Martin, Reilly O’Brien won 49-hitouts as the Crows defeated the Bulldogs. Clayton Oliver was brilliant in Melbourne’s win over Richmond with 41 disposals and 13 clearances. Darcy Parish can consider himself unlucky not to have won the ANZAC Day medal, having gathered 44 disposals against Collingwood.

Jack Ginnivan put his critics to bed, winning his first ANZAC Day medal on the back of a five-goal performance, proving to be the difference. Jeremy Cameron was far too much for the Kangaroos’ defenders to handle, taking nine marks and booting seven goals. Connor Rozee had his best game of the season with 31 disposals, seven marks, and five tackles, winning the Peter Badcoe medal.

In a dominant outing, Zac Bailey won his first Q Clash medal against the Suns with 17 disposals and six goals. Jeremy Finlayson kicked five goals from 19 disposals, proving that he was a valuable pick-up for Port Adelaide. Jack Higgins continued his excellent form with four goals in St. Kilda’s win over the Giants.

Brody Mihocek exposed Essendon’s defenders again, kicking four majors in Collingwood’s win. Lachlan Schultz is enjoying a breakout year, and Saturday night was no exception. Schultz had 16 disposals, 11 marks, and three goals. Charlie Cameron was electric up forward for Brisbane in their Q Clash win with four goals. Patrick Cripps tried everything he could to bring the Blues back into the contest against Fremantle, kicking three goals and collecting 32 disposals, polling all 10 coaches votes.

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