Reserves 2019

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Tadhg Kennelly was promoted to senior defensive assistant coach. Lloyd Perris was appointed co-coach with Jeremy Laidler.

Results[edit]

2019 results
Round Home Team Score Away Team Score Details
1 Giants 12.8 (80) Reserves 15.19 (109) Details
2 Gold Coast Suns 10.12 (72) Reserves 17.8 (110) Details
3 Reserves 12.15 (87) Redland 12.8 (80) Details
4 Reserves 13.19 (97) Giants 7.10 (52) Details
5 Brisbane Lions 14.17 (101) Reserves 4.10 (34) Details
6 Reserves 17.14 (116) Sydney Uni 14.10 (94) Details
7 Bye Bye Bye Bye Bye
8 Gold Coast Suns 8.10 (58) Reserves 17.14 (116) Details
9 Brisbane Lions 17.19 (121) Reserves 8.2 (50) Details
10 Reserves 11.10 (76) Giants 15.11 (101) Details
11 Bye Bye Bye Bye Bye
12 Canberra 11.13 (79) Reserves 12.15 (87) Details
13 Reserves 12.5 (77) Gold Coast Suns 16.9 (105) Details
14 NT Thunder 10.6 (66) Reserves 12.13 (85) Details
15 Reserves Southport Details
16 Bye Bye Bye Bye Bye
17 Reserves 10.11 (71) Brisbane Lions 15.13 (103) Details
18 Giants 9.15 (69) Reserves 8.7 (55) Details
19 Aspley 7.7 (49) Reserves 12.13 (85) Details
20 Reserves 9.7 (61) Gold Coast 13.18 (96) Details
21 Reserves Brisbane Lions Details

Ladder[edit]

2019 Ladder
Team Games Wins Losses Draws Byes For Against Percentage Points
Southport 18 12 6 0 0 1803 1243 145.05 48
Reserves 18 12 6 0 0 1458 1061 137.42 48
Sydney University 18 12 6 0 0 1563 1399 111.72 48
Aspley 18 12 6 0 0 1463 1328 110.17 48
Brisbane Lions 18 10 7 1 0 1676 1176 142.52 42
Canberra 18 10 8 0 0 1548 1479 104.67 40
Giants 18 8 9 1 0 1442 1557 92.61 34
Gold Coast Suns 18 7 11 0 0 1079 1518 71.08 16
NT Thunder 18 5 13 0 0 1342 1918 69.97 20
Redland 18 1 17 0 0 1269 1964 64.61 4

Achievements[edit]

4 Swans were named in the NEAFL Team of the Year

B Ryan Hebron (Sydney Uni) Adrian Williams (Redland) Colin O'Riordan (Sydney Swans)
HB Cam Ilett (NT Thunder) Liam Dawson (Brisbane Lions) Adam Gulden (Sydney Uni)
C Josh Clayton (Southport) Matthew Payne (c) (Aspley) Ben Warren (Aspley)
HF Mitch Hardie (Canberra) Jackson Paine (Redland) Michael Manteit (Southport)
F Tom Wilkinson (Southport) Matt Hammelmann (Redland) Tom Young (Sydney Uni)
R Darcy Cameron (Sydney Swans) Andrew Swallow (Aspley) Mitch Maguire (Canberra)
Int Jake Spencer (Aspley) Abraham Ankers (NT Thunder) Jacob Dawson (Gold Coast Suns)
Aidan Bonar (Giants) Craig Bird (Sydney Uni)

Leading Goal Kicker – Matt Hammelmann (Redland) 60
Coach of the Year – Stephen Daniel (Southport)
NAB Rising Star – Mitch Maguire (Canberra)
Mark of the Year – Liam Patrick (NT Thunder)
Goal of the Year – Damien Bonney (Sydney Uni)
Field Umpire of the Year:
Andrew Adair
Nic McGinness
Boundary Umpire of the Year:
Alex Donoghue
Goal Umpires of the Year:
Taylor Mattoli

NEAFL MVP Count[edit]

87: Darcy Cameron (2nd)
49: Dan Robinson
47: Nic Newman
39: Colin O'Riordan
24: Harrison Marsh
19: James Rose
14: Jordan Dawson
13: Robbie Fox
12: Dean Towers
9: Bailey Stewart
7: Jordan Foote
6: James Bell
4: Aliir Aliir
4: Joel Amartey
2: Jake Brown
1: Heath Grundy
1: Sam Wicks

Individual Details[edit]

2019 Reserves Goalkickers
2019 Reserves Best votes
2019 Reserves NEAFL MVP votes