Jerilderie 3rds players profiles:
Bohdi Beasley (captain): Has had his fair share of injuries during the 2017 season. Can play in multiple positions and is dangerous up forward.
Mitch A’Vard (vicecaptain): Midfielder and nofuss player with guts and determination. Very fierce at the contest.
Jordy Anthony: A class above kicking 125 goals for the season. Can kick goals from anywhere. Leading goalkicker for the league.
Josh Rochford: Never shies away from a contest and often comes away with the ball in his hand.
Joshua Ray: Played in multiple positions this year. An up-and-coming footballer to look out for in the future.
Lachlan Kennett: Ruckman/centre half back who has all the attributes of a great footballer. Can be very dangerous.
Zach Barlow: The speedster who doesn’t stop running all day. Can play anywhere on the field.
Jack Hatty: The quiet achiever. Has matured throughout the season. Another up and coming footballer.
Ben Neessen: Wherever he plays he gets the job done. Fierce competitor who doesn’t shy away from a contest. Eyes for the contest.
Glen Dilullo: Another big man having a great year after coming up from the fourths. A stable pair of hands.
Nick Baldwin: Classy left footer with speed to burn. Reliable when he’s on his game. Look out.
John Lawton: Most improved player over the last three years in junior football. A Muhammed Ali style player — ‘floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee’.
Andrew Neessen: A very reliable player in defence this year. Great pair of hands and can sneak forward and kick goals.
Sam Owen: Half-back flanker who’s tough and reliable. Eyes for the ball type player. Very determined.
Jack Hamilton: The Jonathon Brown of the team. A key position player who can change the game. Has the ability to kick a bag of goals.
Nash Fitzgerald: A midfielder/forward football who’s very constructive with a dangerous overhead mark.
Logan Fitzgerald: Classy midfielder. Makes every opportunity count with the ability to turn a game.
Max Roe: Forward pocket dynamo with a 100 per cent strike rate.
Fraser Pinnuck: Full back who has improved in leaps and bounds. Eyes for the ball only. Can be played in multiple positions.
Tyson Conn: Classy, gutsy forward player. Has kicked 57 goals for the season. Can turn it on.
Riley Belling: Another junior from the under 14s this year who is improving with each game. Deserves his spot in the finals.
Luke Romancewicz: Another very reliable player who can be played in multiple positions.
Zander Nash, Rory Knight and Oliver Knight: Three very talented junior footballers who could sneak a spot in the grand final side.
(Back, from left) Riley Belling, Andrew Neessen, Nick Baldwin, Sam Owen, Jordan Anthony, Bohdi Beasley and Glen Dilullo; (middle) Fraser Pinnuck, Josh Ray, Johnny Lawton, Zach Barlow, Rory Knight, Zander Nash and Max Roe; (front) Oliver Knight, Mitchell A'Vard, Ben Neessen, Tyson Conn, Josh Rochford and Jack Hatty.