World News – AU – Dangerfield leads All-Australian squad, but Tigers snubbed


Star Richmond front row defenders Dylan Grimes and Nick Vlastuin both missed out on this year’s All-Australian squad, with last year’s Brownlow medalist Nat Fyfe and Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury also surprises the team’s omissions

Remarkably, Vlastuin, considered one of the game’s elite defenders, has never been an All-Australian while Grimes was All-Australian last year and proved his worth in his second leg. after injury when he was the best on floor against Geelong

Geelong, Port Adelaide, West Coast and the Western Bulldogs each had three players chosen from the squad which had 11 clubs represented Last year’s Premier and flag favorite Richmond had only one – Dustin Martin

Cat star Patrick Dangerfield has been an All-Australian for more years than he did after being named All-Australian for the eighth time in his 13th AFL season It was his sixth successive All-Australian as a half-forward He was also named captain

Travis Boak is no longer captain of Port Adelaide but his exceptional season has been recognized by his selection as Australia’s vice-captain He has been appointed center

Collingwood’s Brayden Maynard, who had been another popular choice in defense, also missed the hotly contested positions back for the All-Australian team

Selectors turned to Darcy Byrne-Jones of Port Adelaide, Nick Haynes of Greater Western Sydney, Luke Ryan of Fremantle and Brad Sheppard of West Coast for the roles of middle and small defenseman

Collingwood’s Darcy Moore and Brisbane Lions star fullback Harris Andrews have been named the two main defenders ahead of Carlton’s Jacob Weitering and Port Adelaide’s Tom Jonas

Brownlow favorites Christian Petracca (of Melbourne) and Lachie Neale of the Brisbane Lions have been named rover and ruck-rover for the representative part of the year

St Kilda’s little forwards Swan Tom Papley and Dan Butler both missed the game as the selectors again opted to be part of the All-Australian squad to pick players in positions they rarely play in matches St Kilda rookie Butler scored 27 goals in the home and away season which was the most of all non-key attackers Papley was next with 26, while West Coast’s Liam Ryan gave 25

Stars Marcus Bontempelli, Dustin Martin, Dangerfield and Ryan were the four small / middle strikers Only Ryan has played all year as a permanent small forward

Cam Guthrie of Geelong and Jack Macrae of the Bulldogs were named on the wings ahead of Hugh McLuggage of the Lions and Sam Menegola of the Cats

West Coast Nic Naitanui was picked as first ruck, eight years after his one and only other All-Australian selection He was picked ahead of Max Gawn of Melbourne who was named off the bench as second ruck in his fourth All-Australian selection

Taylor Adams of Collingwood, Jack Steele of St Kilda and Bulldog Caleb Daniel were also on the bench

The All-Australian team is chosen by a panel made up of AFL general manager Gillon McLachlan (chairman), Kevin Bartlett, Luke Darcy, Steve Hocking, Glen Jakovich, Chris Johnson, Cameron Ling, Matthew Richardson and Warren Tredrea

All-Australian squad 2020

Global news – AU – Dangerfield leads all-Australian squad, but Tigers have been snubbed



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