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Sydney Swans 2016 AFL grand final pen pix of players likely to come under selection consideration.BACKS44. Jake LloydAge: 23. Ht: 180cm. Wt: 76kg. Games 68. Goals 17. Finals:8. Grand finals: 1Enjoyed a breakout season and has performed well as both a wingman and half-back.39. Heath GrundyAge: 30 Ht:192cm. Wt: 106kg. Games: 212. Goals: 23. Finals: 15. Grand finals: 2.A key defensive linchpin who answered some early-season criticism by having an outstanding campaign.40. Nick SmithAge 28. Ht: 183cm. Wt:: 79kg. Games: 166. Goals: 9. Finals:17. Grand finals: 2.One of the competitions most accomplished and consistent small defenders, who invariably takes the oppositions most dangerous small forward.HALF BACKS4. Callum MillsAge: 19. Ht: 186cm. Wt: 80kg. Games; 21. Goals: 1. Finals: 1. Grand finals: 0The Rising Star winner has displayed amazing poise in an unfamiliar half-back role. Recalled after recovering from a hamstring injury.11. Jeremy LaidlerAge: 27. Ht: 190cm. Wt: 89kg. Games: 83. Goals: 7. Finals: 6. Grand finals: 0Capable of playing on small and tall forwards. Had a solid game in the preliminary final win over Geelong.24. Dane RampeAge: 26. Ht: 188cm. Wt: 87kg. Games: 97. Goals: 6. Finals: 11. Grand finals: 1.Outstanding All Australian back who can lock down small or tall forwards and provide rebound out of defence.CENTRES15. Kieren JackAge: 29. Ht:178cm. Wt: 75kg. Games: 209. Goals: 144. Finals: 18. Grand finals: 2Tough, quick and savvy, capable of producing team-lifting moments.12. Josh KennedyAge: 28. Ht: 188cm. Wt: 93kg. Games: 182. Goals 112. Finals: 18. Grand finals: 2An absolute bull in the contest and a clearance supremo who provides grunt and toughness.3. Jarrad McVeighAge; 31. Ht: 184cm: Wt: 74kg. Games: 286. Goals: 192. Finals; 24. Grand finals: 3Inspirational co-captain who rarely wastes a possession. Has overcome a calf injury to be recalled.HALF FORWARDS6. Tom MitchellAge: 23. Ht: 181cm. Wt: 83kg. Games: 64. Goals; 36. Finals: 7, Grand finals: 0A prolific possession getter who has gone to another level this year.23. Lance FranklinAge; 29. Ht: 197cm. Wt: 107kg. Games: 246. Goals: 786. Finals: 20. Grand finals: 4The most-dangerous forward in the game, capable of single-handedly tilting a match in his teams favour.26. Luke ParkerAge: 23. Ht: 183cm. Wt: :85kg. Games: 126. Goals; 102. Finals: 14. Grand finals: 2A high possession getter and formidable contest winner who can also take marks going forward and kick goals.FORWARDS41. Tom PapleyAge: 20. Ht: 176cm. Wt: 71kg. Games: 19. Goals: 29. Finals: 3. Grand finals: 0A tenacious first-year forward who pressures opposing defenders and is a fine kick for goal.8. Kurt TippettAge: 29. Ht: 202cm. Wt: 108kg. Games; 168. Goals: 318. Finals: 15. Grand finals: 1A veteran player who can provide value both as a ruckman and key forward.21. Ben McGlynnAge: 31. Ht: 172cm. Wt: 76kg. Games: 170. Goals: 195. Finals: 14. Grand finals: 1Plays above his modest physical dimensions with his pressure and goalkicking making him a valued contributorFOLLOWERS35 Sam NaismithAge: 24. Ht: 206cm, Wt: 108kg. Games: 12. Goals: 3. Finals: 3 Grand finals: 0Has blossomed over the second half of the season to become an increasingly influential figure in the ruck4. Dan HanneberyAge: 25. Ht: 181cm. Wt: 79kg. Games: 169. Goals: 82. Finals: 18. Grand finals: 2One of the best on-ballers going around and a key figure in the Swans deep midfield division5. Isaac HeeneyAge: 20. Ht 184cm. Wt: 80 kg. Games: 37. Goals: 44. Finals 5. Grand finals:0One of the competitions young champions, he can influence a game from any position with his courage and determination.INTERCHANGE10. Zak JonesAge: 21. Ht: 181cm. Wt: 79kg. Games: 30. Goals: 4. Finals 3. Grand finals: 0.Exciting young rebounding defender who has regained a spot after overcoming a late season ankle injury.29. George HewettAge: 20. Ht: 185cm. Wt: 83kg. Games: 23. Goals: 17. Finals: 3. Grand finals: 0An unsung role player who pressures opposing defenders and chips in with the odd goal.42. Xavier RichardsAge: 23. Ht: 195cm. Wt: 91kg. Games: 11. Goals: 13. Finals: 3. Grand finals: 0Converted from a defender in mid-season, has provided another tall forward target.16. Gary RohanAge: 25. Ht: 188cm. Wt: 90kg. Games: 78. Goals: 66. Finals: 12. Grand finals: 1Provides X-factor with his speed, making him both an attacking and defending threat.EMERGENCIES7. Harry CunninghamAge: 22. Ht: 182kg. Wt: 78kg. Games: 70. Goals: 36. Finals: 7. Grand finals: 1Member of Sydneys 2014 grand final side, the speedster has not played in this years finals series.31. Harrison MarshAge: 22. Ht: 189cm. Wt: 82kg. Games: 7. Goals: 0. Finals: 3. Grand finals: 0An emerging defender who broke into the team in the second half of the season, but dropped for McVeigh.13. Toby NankervisAge: 22. Ht: 199cm. Wt: 106kg. Games: 12. Goals: 3. Finals: 1. Grand finals: 0Second-year player, dropped when Kurt Tippett returned from injury for the preliminary final. Nike Air Max 97 Offerte . "Trying to breathe," he said with a grin. Bernier stopped 42 of 43 shots on Monday night, including all 22 in a hectic middle frame, his heroic performance propelling the Leafs toward an undue point in their final game before the Christmas break. Air Max 97 Silver Uomo . From filmmaker Nanette Burstein (On the Ropes), The Price of Gold revisits the saga that rocked the figure skating world ahead of the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Winter Games: the assault on Nancy Kerrigan, and the plot that led its way back to her rival Tonya Harding. http://www.scarpesportiveoutlet.it/nike-shox-uomo-prezzi-bassi/nike-shox-nz.html . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over . Nike Air Max 97 Vendita Online . If ever they start actually putting pictures beside words in the dictionary, the Blue Jays left-handers mug will appear beside “Consistency. Air Max 2018 Scontate . A statement from the worlds top-ranked player says all checks "were satisfactory and showed positive evolution" regarding the injury, which contributed to his loss to Stanislas Wawrinka in the final in Melbourne.WINNIPEG -- It was a win that could prove as dominant as it was costly for the Toronto Argonauts. Argos quarterback Ricky Ray was nearly perfect in a 35-19 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday. Ray, who missed only one of his 20 pass attempts all night as he threw for 286 yards, left mid-way through the third quarter after being tackled. The extent of his injury isn't known. Toronto also lost key receiver Chad Kackert, who suffered a possible knee injury in the fourth quarter. "Were hopeful Rickys (injury) is not as serious," said coach Scott Milanovich. "Chads never gone through any kind of knee injury so hes not sure how it feels." Winnipeg quarterback Buck Pierce and defensive back Johnny Sears were also injured. Coach Tim Burke said Pierce suffered an abdominal injury that happened in the first half. "He was able to keep playing and at half time we looked at him and thought he would be able to continue to play in the second half," said Burke. "When he got out there and started warming up he decided he wouldnt be able to go." With Sears, who was playing in his first game since being injured late last season, its his foot. Both Burke and Milanovich said an interception Pierce threw in the first half was a turning point in the game. It led to Torontos first touchdown. But they also said Rays performance was huge. "He was unbelievable and hes played that way all year," said Milanovich. The Argos (2-2) jumped into a 21-6 lead by halftime on touchdowns by Chad Owens, Spencer Watt and Zach Collaros. Ray added one of his own in the second half. Noel Prefontaine had two field goals and a point on one he missed. As predicted, Pierce was more mobile. But his offence wasnt a lot more effective than it has been so far this season. Winnipegs only points came on three field goals and a safety, until Chad Simpson carried the ball over for a touchdown with less than a minute left and thee Bombers (1-3) picked up a two-point convert as well.dddddddddddd Pierce completed 10-of-14 attempts for 139 yards before backup Justin Goltz took over in the second half when Pierce couldn't continue. The win broke the 1-2 logjam that saw all four teams in the East tied after three games. Owens said the whole team is worried when players like Ray and Kackert go down. "Those are leaders on the team, those are important pieces to the team," he said. "As hard as it is its part of the game and it sucks but weve just got to stick together and like I said, pray that its not too serious." Winnipegs defence, which has been something Burke could rely on so far this season, was largely ineffectual against Rays passing prowess. "Youve got to give credit to Torontos offence," he said. "Ricky Rays a great quarterback. Scott Milanovich and (defensive co-ordinator) Marcus Brady are really good football coaches." But he also said the Bomber defence made mistakes. "We didn't get a very good pass rush. It started in the middle of the defensive line," he said. "We didn't get any pressure on Ricky Ray, which allowed him to pick us apart." Cornerback Jovon Johnson said the players have to take responsibility for not playing as they should and they plan on facing it head on. "Were going to come in on day one and meet as a team without the coaches and were going to go from there," he said. "Different situations call for different things and guys want to get some things off their chest." Notes: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was in the stands for the win and was all smiles as he did a halftime walk across the field and shook a few hands. ... Toronto also had to play without defensive back Jalil Carter, who was injured making a tackle late in the game. ... The banged up Bombers were minus three of their best receivers -- Cory Watson, Chris Matthews and Terrence Edwards. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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