Tuesday, 6 March 2007

NAB CUP ROUND 2 DRAFT REPORT

Jarrod Harbrow: Debuted in round 2 and made a super start to his career. Harbrow impressed with 8 Kicks, 7 Handballs, and 1 Mark. Whilst still on the rookie list and not likely to break into the doggies squad early in the year due to his light frame, he is showing great signs and is definitely one to watch out for later in the year.

Nathan Djerrkura: Geelong's second round draft pick, 25th overall in the 2006 AFL Draft, Djerrkura was NT's best player in the Under 18's championships. Known for his tough in and under style was very handy for Geelong on the weekend picking up 7 Kicks 4 Handballs, 1 Mark and a Goal.

Travis Boak: Showed why he was picked up at No.5 in the 2006 draft with a class display on debut amassing 9 Kicks, 5 Handballs, and 1 Mark. Another midfielder still with a light frame but with silky smooth hand and clean pair of heals. Will be interesting to see if he is given a chance in Round 1


Lachlan Hansen: Another solid performance form this highly rated key position player. Hansen finished the match against Fremantle with 6 Kicks, 2 Handballs, 4 Marks and 2 Goals. Offering a lot of hope to the Kangaroos faithful.

Lindsay Thomas: A Great pick up for the Kangaroos at No. 53 overall in the 2006 AFL draft. In his two nab cup games for the Kanga's Thomas has kicked 4 and 2 goals respectably and has provided much needed spark to the Roos' forward line. He reads the play well, and has fed off Nathan Thompson beautifully. He has seriously put his case forward for a round 1 birth in the AFL season proper.

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