Lachie Whitfield

Whitfield was instrumental in his sides comeback victory, as he led the midfielder group who dominated the Bombers in the second half.

Finishing with a game-high 36 touches, he also had 10 marks, 4 score involvements, and an impressive 82.9% disposal efficiency. The Giants are a different team when Whitfield is up and firing, being one of his sides most important and impactful players.

Rory Laird

Laird has been putting together an impressive 2021 campaign, but his efforts against the Hawks was one of his best for the season.

Gathering a game-high 36 touches (20 contested), he also managed 6 marks, 10 clearances (8 centre), 518 metres gained, 10 score involvements and 6 inside 50s. What differentiated this game for Laird was his ability to hit the scoreboard, with his 2 goals coming at critical times for the Crows.

Dom Sheed

Sheed was impressive all game, but it was his final quarter heroics that made him the Eagles best player. Kicking two majors in the last quarter, he was able to ice the game and ensure there was no late comeback from the Saints.

To go along with his 2 goals, he managed to grab 32 touches, 6 marks, 7 clearances, 10 score involvements and 6 intercepts.