AFL watch: How every Fremantle Dockers-listed player fared for Peel Thunder against West Perth in round two

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Jye Amiss had his best game for the Thunder, booting five goals.
Camera IconJye Amiss had his best game for the Thunder, booting five goals. Credit: Sharon Johnson

Nine Fremantle-listed players lined up for Peel Thunder’s seniors to go with Eric Benning in the reserves. Here’s how they fared.

Jye Amiss: Recovered from a touchless opening term to hit the scoreboard with five majors.

Bailey Banfield: Had little impact on the match. Kicked a second-quarter goal but missed two late chances.

Mitch Crowden: Quiet early but improved after quarter-time in the engine-room.

Neil Erasmus: Pushed his case for an AFL recall with a dominant midfield display in his league debut.

Ethan Hughes: Stood tall down back, winning some important contests and rolling off nicely.

Sam Sturt: Rarely sighted in his return from a knee issue.

Josh Treacy: Was a massive presence up forward, taking some strong overhead marks on his way to four goals.

Bailey Banfield celebrates a goal for Peel.
Camera IconBailey Banfield celebrates a goal for Peel. Credit: Sharon Johnson

Nathan Wilson: Improved after quarter-time to have an impact with his run and carry.

Karl Worner: Found a lot of the footy but struggled to hit targets by foot.

Eric Benning: Had a few nice moments in the ruck in his second game back in the reserves

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