On Sunday the 10th April at 1:00pm, Gippsland Power Boys take on the Western Jets at Morwell Recreation Reserve.

The Gippsland skipper Bailey Humphrey turned in a powerful best afield performance last week, rotating forward from midfield to end up with three goals from 23 disposals. They will look to him again to lead the way.

Mitchell Moschetti was one who showed his wares well with a balanced game in midfield. He displayed inside and outside traits, shifting between the centre bounces and wing to gain a good variety of possessions. Moschetti was able to compete in a contested sense, but arguably looks at his best when wheeling onto his left side on the outer and kicking the ball with class.

Zane Duursma will be looking to make the most of each opportunity again, as he was blanketed relatively well last week but still managed to boot three goals from nine disposals.

Jenson Garnham only registered nine touches and three marks last week, but got involved in many positive forward passages. Garnham got busy late in the game after a fast start and will be looking to do much of the same again.

Harvey Howe was the dominant tall for Gippsland with his ruck work against Murray, winning a game-high 18 hitouts. He displayed good touch when involved in general play and stuck within his limits. He opted to grab out of the ruck at times but only took one mark for the day, though his positioning behind the ball should allow for more of that throughout the season.

Rhys Galvin may also be called on again to perform an important defensive again this week. Against Murray, he was able to do the defensive stuff but also got his side going in transition with six rebound 50s from 15 disposals. The top-ager is solidly built and backed himself to commit to each contest, hitting them hard to spoil when he could not clunk a mark.


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