William Buck Premier Women’s: Top 5 Players of the Week

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Player Team Goals Disposals Marks Tackles
Sarah Cameron SKOB 4 14 6 2
Danielle Calautti Kew FC 1 23 2 1
Lauren Munday Melbourne Uni 0 21 3 13
Erin Gogerly Fitzroy-ACU 1 24 2 1
Michaela Harding Kew FC 0 16 4 4

 

Sarah Cameron (SKOB Saints)

The Saints’ star forward has continued her surge up the goal scoring leader board after booting four majors in last weekend’s 17-point win over Old Trinity, bringing her to within one goal of Marcellin’s Shaylee Taylor. Her form in front of the goal has been key to SKOB’s second consecutive finals run. Not only did Cameron dominate in front of goal but she filled up the stats sheet with a game high six marks in game marred by harsh conditions.

Danielle Calautti (Kew)

The Bears midfielder was instrumental once more in her side’s six-point victory over the ladder-leading Sheagles. 23 disposals and a telling goal earnt her BOG honours alongside teammate Michaela Harding. Calautti has the second-highest disposal count in William Buck Premier with 175 (19.4) for the season.

Lauren Munday (MUWFC)

Munday made her season debut in the VAFA and she has game to remember with a record 13 tackles – the most of any player this season. She also accumulated 21 disposals and three marks in an outstanding all-round display. Performances like that will lead to less game time in the VAFA as she puts her hand up for VFLW, but if Munday’s pressure on the ball carrier becomes a regular for the Mugars, they will be in a great position come finals.

Erin Gogerly (Fitzroy-ACU)

Gogerly has been a statistical standout in 2018 and the weekend was no different with 24 disposals and a goal in the Roys’ nine-point win over Caulfield. She leads the competition in total disposals (209) and disposals per game (23.2) and is arguably the most consistent player in William Buck Premier. Despite only recording two on the weekend, Gogerly also ranks number one for marks with 4.7 per game.

Michaela Harding (Kew)

Alongside Calautti, Harding has been the second half of the dominant duo and ran rampant with 16 touches, four marks and four tackles across half back on the weekend. Her defensive nous was a key component of Kew’s win as the star ranks second in the competition for disposals per game at 19.6.

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