Disappointed but not disgruntled.
A slow start... again . In the first quarter we had more chance of laying concrete, or an egg, than laying a tackle.
Tucker started like a house on fire, but what he produced in the first, he needs to keep up.Ten possessions, them seven for the rest of the game.
Hughes, strangely got towelled up by Cameron in the first quarter and a half before Logue moved onto him.But is not he first one to be turned inside out Cameron.Logue did a very good job when moved onto Cameron.
Fyfe looked out of sorts early, but got himself into the game in the second quarter.
We got ourselves back in the game after 1/4 time, but at times we seemed lost when the Lions began to throw the ball around and switch.
We had our chances, but couldn't sustain the effort for long enough.
Walters , Aish Fyfe and Logue were standouts I thought. We needed more from Cerra and Brayshaw, both showed lots of promise, but didn't maintain pressure.
Young certainly didn't look out of place in the side.Both he and Sturt have shown they will be very good players.
Darcy goes down again.Sadly. I would hope that we will see Meek gets his chance to show what he has.
I thought that Margetts was just up to his normal standard when he umpires our games.He told the goal umpire, he didn't pay the mark.How he could not pay it was a miracle.There are only two field umpires who would not have paid that as a mark.The goal umpire told him it was a mark, but, Margetts didn't pay it.
A couple went against us late I thought.Lobb was held down when trying to mark. Schultz was pushed in the back during a marking contest.
And the Charlie Cameron one was a shocker.Cameron was looking at the Fremantle player to run into him.The kick should have gone the other way.
If Sturt comes up this week, he will play in place of Matera.Meek in for Darcy.I think Hogan comes in after reading of his effort int the scratchie.But who he replaces I don't know.
Mundy looked very rusty all day and I struggled to find him for most of the game.But we need to give him some slack as it has been a long time since he has played.
Aish certainly did enough to show he will be handy.