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How deep is each listHawthorn FC - Wed 13/9, 5:01PM
MIDFIELDERS Midfielders: Nathan Jones, Jordan Lewis, Corey Maynard, Pat McKenna, Jake Melksham, Clayton Oliver, Billy Stretch, Dom Tyson, Jack Viney Ruckmen: Lachlan Filipovic, Max Gawn, Jake Spencer Summary: Melbourne has made no secret of its desire to bring in A-grade midfield talent in recent years, with Clayton Oliver and Christian Petracca appearing to be heading towards that status.
 
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Season review: MELBOURNESporting News - Fri 8/9, 11:37AM
Hogan and Brayshaw had extraordinary years with injuries and other restraining factors, while Max Gawn, Nathan Jones and Jack Viney also missed chunks of football at crucial times, so it wasnt like everything went Melbournes way.
 
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Having fun an essential part of finals campaignThe Age - Mon 28/8, 6:41PM
Patrick Dangerfieldgoes surfing, for example, and Max Gawnis a serious coffee fanatic who has turned himself into a barista. The main differencebetween AFL players and other full-time employees is what they do when they're not working, andthe impact this has on their performance.
 
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Having fun an essential part of finals campaignSydney Morning Herald - Mon 28/8, 6:21PM
Patrick Dangerfieldgoes surfing, for example, and Max Gawnis a serious coffee fanatic who has turned himself into a barista. The main differencebetween AFL players and other full-time employees is what they do when they're not working, andthe impact this has on their performance.
 
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The Rover's Brownlow Votes and Leaderboard: Round 23Sporting News - Mon 28/8, 4:01PM
... (Carlton) 6 Michael Hurley (Essendon) 6 Tom Lynch (Adelaide) 6 Adam Treloar (Collingwood) 5 Brad Ebert (Port Adelaide) 5 Bradley Hill (Fremantle) 5 David Mundy (Fremantle) 5 Isaac Heeney (Sydney) 5 Isaac Smith (Hawthorn) 5 Jarryd Lyons (Gold Coast) 5 Max Gawn (Melbourne) 5 Sam Gray (Port Adelaide) 5 Shaun Grigg (Richmond) 5 Tom Lynch (Gold Coast) 5 Tom McDonald (Melbourne) 5 Travis Boak (Port Adelaide) 5 Christian Petracca (Melbourne) 4 Jack Gunston (Hawthorn) 4 Jack Newnes (St Kilda) 4 Jack Riewoldt (Richmond) 4 Jack Ziebell (North Melbourne) 4 Jake Stringer (Bulldogs) 4 Jordan DeGoey (Collingwood) 4 Lachie Hunter (Bulldogs) 4 Liam Duggan (West Coast) 4 Luke Dunstan (St Kilda) 4 Rory Atkins (Adelaide) 4 Shane Biggs (Bulldogs) 4 Toby Greene (GWS Giants) 4 Zac Williams (GWS) 4 Blake Acres (St Kilda) 3 Brad Crouch (Adelaide) 3 Brendon Goddard (Essendon) 3 Callum Sinclair (Sydney) 3 Daniel Wells (Collingwood) 3 David Swallow (Gold Coast) 3 Eddie Betts (Adelaide) 3 Gary Rohan (Sydney) 3 Jack Steele (St Kilda) 3 Jake Carlisle (St Kilda) 3 Jarrad Waite (North Melbourne) 3 Jason Castagna (Richmond) 3 Jeff Garlett (Melbourne) 3 Jeremy McGovern (West Coast) 3 Jesse Hogan (Melbourne) 3 Josh Caddy (Richmond) 3 Josh Smith (Collingwood) 3 Leigh Montagna (St Kilda) 3 Lewis Taylor (Brisbane) 3 Liam Picken (Bulldogs) 3 Mark Le Cras (West Coast) 3 Orazio Fantasia (Essendon) 3 Ryan Burton (Hawthorn) 3 Sam Petrevski-Seton (Carlton) 3 Shane Mumford (GWS Giants) 3 Stefan Martin (Brisbane) 3 Steven Motlop (Geelong) 3 Toby Nankervis (Richmond) 3 Tom Hawkins (Geelong) 3 Brandon Matera (Gold Coast) 2 Caleb Daniel (Bulldogs) 2 Cameron Pedersen (Melbourne) 2 Christian Salem (Melbourne) 2 Cyril Rioli (Hawthorn) 2 Daniel Menzel (Geelong) 2 Daniel Rich (Brisbane) 2 Harry Taylor (Geelong) 2 Jack Darling (West Coast) 2 Jack Martin (Gold Coast) 2 Jared Polec (Port Adelaide) 2 Jobe Watson (Essendon) 2 Kade Simpson (Carlton) 2 Kane Lambert (Richmond) 2 Luke McDonald (North Melbourne) 2 Matt Priddis (West Coast) 2 Michael Barlow (Gold Coast) 2 Nic Newman (Sydney) 2 Patrick Cripps (Carlton) 2 Stephen Coniglio (GWS) 2 Stephen Hill (Fremantle) 2 Todd Goldstein (North Melbourne) 2 Tom Papley (Sydney) 2 Touk Miller (Gold Coast) 2 Zach Tuohy (Geelong) 2 Zak Jones (Sydney) 2 Matthew Boyd (Western Bulldogs) 2 Jade Gresham (St Kilda) 2 Alex Silvagni (Carlton) 1 Alex Witherden (Brisbane) 1 Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon) 1 Ben Ainsworth (Gold Coast) 1 Ben McEvoy (Hawthorn) 1 Bradon Ellis (Richmond) 1 Cam McCarthy (Fremantle) 1 Charlie Curnow (Carlton) 1 Connor Blakely (Fremantle) 1 Curtly Hampton (Adelaide) 1 Dane Rampe (Sydney) 1 Drew Petrie (West Coast) 1 Jack Crisp (Collingwood) 1 Jack Watts (Melbourne) 1 Jake Lloyd (Sydney) 1 James Kelly (Essendon) 1 Jarrod Harbrow (Gold Coast) 1 Jason Johannisen (Bulldogs) 1 Jayden Hunt (Melbourne) 1 Jed Lamb (Carlton) 1 Jordan Murdoch (Geelong) 1 Josh Jenkins (Adelaide) 1 Koby Stevens (St Kilda) 1 Lachie Whitfield (GWS) 1 Liam Shiels (Hawthorn) 1 Luke Hodge (Hawthorn) 1 Mason Wood (North Melbourne) 1 Michael Johnson (Fremantle) 1 Mitch Robinson (Brisbane) 1 Mitch Wallis (Bulldogs) 1 Pearce Hanley (Gold Coast) 1 Ricky Henderson (Hawthorn) 1 Ryan Nyhuis (Fremantle) 1 Sam Powell-Pepper (Port Adelaide) 1 Sam Reid (Sydney) 1 Shannon Hurn (West Coast) 1 Tom Scully (GWS) 1 Will Hoskin-Elliott (Collingwood) 1 Previous Next Next Up: Season review: BRISBANE Previous Or choose a related article: AFL makes history: First Good Friday clash The Rover rss Updated at 12:22 a.m. ...
 
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Vale Drew Morphett: Cheeky and generousSydney Morning Herald - Sun 27/8, 3:26AM
" On Melbourne's Max Gawn "Marking 50 metres out Curl your mo' with this fella, he's a beauty!" On Bulldog Marcus Bontempelli "Hurn, who can kick it a country mile but this time he kicks it a country 20 metres." On Eagle Shannon Hurn "Oh, he's kicked a wormburner, and it's accurate." Describing a low-searing kick, just above the grass "Marked it a cigarette paper inside the line, and .
 
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Vale Drew Morphett: Cheeky and generousThe Age - Sun 27/8, 2:06AM
" On Melbourne's Max Gawn "Marking 50 metres out Curl your mo' with this fella, he's a beauty!" On Bulldog Marcus Bontempelli "Hurn, who can kick it a country mile but this time he kicks it a country 20 metres." On Eagle Shannon Hurn "Oh, he's kicked a wormburner, and it's accurate." Describing a low-searing kick, just above the grass "Marked it a cigarette paper inside the line, and .
 
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Who can win the AFL flag from hereABC Grandstand - Tue 22/8, 5:03PM
When they bring their best game, with Michael Hibberd giving run off half-back, Christian Petracca and Nathan Jones directing traffic, Max Gawn at the bounces and ferocious pressure around the ground, the Demons are a tough team to stop.
 
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1-50: The best player at every jumper number in the AFLSporting News - Mon 21/8, 5:12PM
Honourable mentions : Easton Wood, Michael Walters, Daniel Rich Previous Next Previous Next 11 50 11 - Max Gawn Gawn-dog is a lock as the best no. 11 in the comp.
 
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The Rover's Brownlow Votes and Leaderboard: Round 22Sporting News - Mon 21/8, 2:43PM
... (North Melbourne) 6 Tom Lynch (Adelaide) 6 Adam Treloar (Collingwood) 5 Bradley Hill (Fremantle) 5 David Mundy (Fremantle) 5 Isaac Heeney (Sydney) 5 Isaac Smith (Hawthorn) 5 James Sicily (Hawthorn) 5 Jarryd Lyons (Gold Coast) 5 Jarryd Roughead (Hawthorn) 5 Max Gawn (Melbourne) 5 Tom Lynch (Gold Coast) 5 Tom McDonald (Melbourne) 5 Travis Boak (Port Adelaide) 5 Brad Ebert (Port Adelaide) 4 Christian Petracca (Melbourne) 4 Jack Gunston (Hawthorn) 4 Jack Newnes (St Kilda) 4 Jack Riewoldt (Richmond) 4 Jack Ziebell (North Melbourne) 4 Jake Stringer (Bulldogs) 4 Jordan DeGoey (Collingwood) 4 Lachie Hunter (Bulldogs) 4 Liam Duggan (West Coast) 4 Luke Dunstan (St Kilda) 4 Rory Atkins (Adelaide) 4 Shane Biggs (Bulldogs) 4 Toby Greene (GWS Giants) 4 Zac Williams (GWS) 4 Blake Acres (St Kilda) 3 Callum Sinclair (Sydney) 3 Daniel Wells (Collingwood) 3 David Swallow (Gold Coast) 3 Eddie Betts (Adelaide) 3 Gary Rohan (Sydney) 3 Jack Steele (St Kilda) 3 Jake Carlisle (St Kilda) 3 Jarrad Waite (North Melbourne) 3 Jason Castagna (Richmond) 3 Jeff Garlett (Melbourne) 3 Jeremy McGovern (West Coast) 3 Josh Caddy (Richmond) 3 Josh Smith (Collingwood) 3 Leigh Montagna (St Kilda) 3 Lewis Taylor (Brisbane) 3 Liam Picken (Bulldogs) 3 Mark Le Cras (West Coast) 3 Orazio Fantasia (Essendon) 3 Ryan Burton (Hawthorn) 3 Sam Petrevski-Seton (Carlton) 3 Shane Mumford (GWS Giants) 3 Stefan Martin (Brisbane) 3 Steven Motlop (Geelong) 3 Toby Nankervis (Richmond) 3 Tom Hawkins (Geelong) 3 Jesse Hogan (Melbourne) 3 Brad Crouch (Adelaide) 2 Brandon Matera (Gold Coast) 2 Caleb Daniel (Bulldogs) 2 Cameron Pedersen (Melbourne) 2 Christian Salem (Melbourne) 2 Cyril Rioli (Hawthorn) 2 Daniel Menzel (Geelong) 2 Daniel Rich (Brisbane) 2 Harry Taylor (Geelong) 2 Jack Darling (West Coast) 2 Jack Martin (Gold Coast) 2 Jared Polec (Port Adelaide) 2 Jobe Watson (Essendon) 2 Kade Simpson (Carlton) 2 Kane Lambert (Richmond) 2 Luke McDonald (North Melbourne) 2 Michael Barlow (Gold Coast) 2 Nic Newman (Sydney) 2 Patrick Cripps (Carlton) 2 Sam Gray (Port Adelaide) 2 Stephen Coniglio (GWS) 2 Stephen Hill (Fremantle) 2 Todd Goldstein (North Melbourne) 2 Tom Papley (Sydney) 2 Touk Miller (Gold Coast) 2 Zach Tuohy (Geelong) 2 Zak Jones (Sydney) 2 Matt Priddis (West Coast) 2 Shaun Grigg (Richmond) 2 Alex Silvagni (Carlton) 1 Alex Witherden (Brisbane) 1 Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon) 1 Ben McEvoy (Hawthorn) 1 Bradon Ellis (Richmond) 1 Brendon Goddard (Essendon) 1 Cam McCarthy (Fremantle) 1 Charlie Curnow (Carlton) 1 Connor Blakely (Fremantle) 1 Curtly Hampton (Adelaide) 1 Drew Petrie (West Coast) 1 Jack Crisp (Collingwood) 1 Jack Watts (Melbourne) 1 Jake Lloyd (Sydney) 1 James Kelly (Essendon) 1 Jarrod Harbrow (Gold Coast) 1 Jason Johannisen (Bulldogs) 1 Jayden Hunt (Melbourne) 1 Jordan Murdoch (Geelong) 1 Josh Jenkins (Adelaide) 1 Koby Stevens (St Kilda) 1 Lachie Whitfield (GWS) 1 Liam Shiels (Hawthorn) 1 Luke Hodge (Hawthorn) 1 Mason Wood (North Melbourne) 1 Michael Johnson (Fremantle) 1 Mitch Robinson (Brisbane) 1 Mitch Wallis (Bulldogs) 1 Pearce Hanley (Gold Coast) 1 Ricky Henderson (Hawthorn) 1 Ryan Nyhuis (Fremantle) 1 Sam Powell-Pepper (Port Adelaide) 1 Sam Reid (Sydney) 1 Shannon Hurn (West Coast) 1 Tom Scully (GWS) 1 Dane Rampe (Sydney) 1 Ben Ainsworth (Gold Coast) 1 Jed Lamb (Carlton) 1 Previous Next Next Up: The final week: what your club needs in round 23 Previous Or choose a related article: AFL makes history: First Good Friday clash The Rover rss Updated at 11:21 p.m. ...
 
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Four Points: By Jobe, the Bombers face a big finals questionThe Age - Mon 21/8, 2:58AM
Most comfortably it arrived in the form of Jesse Hogan kicking six goals, Max Gawn dominating the ruck and Angus Brayshaw getting through a match still aware how many fingers the doctor is holding up.
 
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Four Points: By Jobe, the Bombers face a big finals questionSydney Morning Herald - Mon 21/8, 2:33AM
Most comfortably it arrived in the form of Jesse Hogan kicking six goals, Max Gawn dominating the ruck and Angus Brayshaw getting through a match still aware how many fingers the doctor is holding up.
 
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Four Points: By Jobe, the Bombers face a big finals questionThe Age - Mon 21/8, 1:36AM
Most comfortably it arrived in the form of Jesse Hogan kicking six goals, Max Gawn dominating the ruck and Angus Brayshaw getting through a match still aware how many fingers the doctor is holding up.
 
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Jesse Hogan the hero for Melbourne Demons after a year of tormentThe Age - Mon 21/8, 1:36AM
and Max Gawn," Goodwin said. "We feel we have got some payers that are in our team that are fresh and vibrant." Melbourne led the match by 32 points early in the final quarter and the Lions twice cut the margin to seven points with less than10 minutes to play.
 
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Jesse Hogan the hero for Melbourne Demons after a year of tormentSydney Morning Herald - Mon 21/8, 12:18AM
and Max Gawn," Goodwin said. "We feel we have got some payers that are in our team that are fresh and vibrant." Melbourne led the match by 32 points early in the final quarter and the Lions twice cut the margin to seven points with less than10 minutes to play.
 


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