3. FORWARD LINE
Put his hand up for player of the round for his dominant performance against Geelong on Sunday.
The bullish midfielder ended his day with 36 possessions (15 of which were contested), seven marks and nine clearances while also going forward and booting two goals.
The tall timber that is Tim English looks to be an unstoppable threat for the Bulldogs when placed as a forward, turning Luke Beveridge's attack into a triple threat offence alongside Aaron Naughton and Josh Bruce.
With a game-high three goals, English was superb in playing his role and is sure to earn further plaudits for his efforts come the end of the season.
Didn't quite have the day he was hoping for in front of goal, ending his night with 0.6 to his name, but the two-time Brownlow Medal winner was a constant threat for the Dockers both in the engine room and going forward.
Should he have brought his shooting boots, it would have been a long day for the Hawks. Nevertheless, Fyfe managed to attract the pill on 31 occasions to go along with 14 contested touches, and six clearances.
Was best afield for the Giants in their five-goal win over the Magpies at the MCG and was the literal difference maker, booting 5.1.
Toby Greene has five majors.
14 mins to go in Q3 👀 pic.twitter.com/d58YNFNI1c
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Also chipped in with eight clearances, four tackles and four marks to steer his side to their first win of the season.
Was sensational when called-upon, booting 5.2 to aid the Saints to a triumphant victory against the fancied Eagles.
St Kilda's forward line caused plenty of havoc for the West Coast defenders as they looked to have no answer for the young key-forward.
Was vital to the Demons' early lead and held his own throughout the four quarters to boot 4.1 from 14 possessions.
Took a nice grab and was a constant threat to the scoreboard in what was another dazzling performance for Melbourne.
Bayley Fritsch with some serious hangtime ... He was paid the mark too!
— Fox Footy (@FOXFOOTY) April 11, 2021