While the AFL had some interesting results, some surprises and some annihilations, we will take a look at how all the reserves went around the country, and who is looking to earn a spot back in the senior side.
Peel Thunder 7.6.48 def by. Subiaco 21.14.140
Former Sun Harley Bennell got through his second consecutive from a calf injury, albeit a quiet game for the Thunder in their 92-point defeat to Subiaco.
Bennell had eight touches, and a goal, while fellow Docker Stefan Giro was Peel’s best, gathering 27 touches, nine tackles and kicking a major.
Shane Kersten performed steadily in a new role in defence, gathering 19 touches in what was a busy day for the Thunder’s back six.
East Perth 8.5.53 def by. South Fremantle 18.13.121
It was a short game for Eagles veteran Will Schofield, who left the game in the first quarter with a hamstring issue and didn’t return, as East Perth went down by 78 points.