Luke Parker
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Leads in disposals in loss
MSydney Swans
August 1, 2020
Parker scored one behind and collected 27 disposals (14 kicks, 13 handballs) in addition to making six clearances during Saturday's 101-48 loss to Saint Kilda.
ANALYSIS
Parker had to work especially hard, but it didn't matter much during a crushing loss. The inconsistencies of the Swans came back in a big way in this match, but Parker is playing exceptionally well and has the talent to maintain his momentum,
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Scores in win
MSydney Swans
July 25, 2020
Parker scored one goal and one behind to go with 22 disposals (15 handballs, seven kicks) in addition to making five tackles during Saturday's 60-53 win over Hawthorn.
ANALYSIS
Parker scored for the first time in over a month to help the Swans break their four-match losing streak. His influence has varied over the course of the season, but he's still held a key role in the team and competes well in every contest. He'll need to stay strong against Saint Kilda.
Holds steady in loss
MSydney Swans
July 4, 2020
Parker scored one behind and logged 19 disposals (10 kicks, nine handballs) in addition to making six tackles during Friday's 77-43 loss to West Coast Eagles.
ANALYSIS
Parker rarely shies away from a bit of hard work, but given the nature of the Swans, he needs to do more over entire matches. However, he's still one of the more consistent options around and deserving of regular looks, though if the team can get some momentum going Parker could become an even better option.
Dominates opening term
MSydney Swans
June 14, 2020
Parker contributed 25 disposals (13 kicks, 12 handballs) five marks, four tackles and zero scoring shots in Sunday's 79-73 loss to Essendon.
ANALYSIS
Parker was on fire to begin the game, gathering 11 disposals in the opening term. He ended with 25 to finish the game but it wasn't enough as the Swans fell agonizingly short. Along with Jake Lloyd, Parker was arguably the best player on the ground despite the loss. The midfielder has been around the AFL ranks for going on a decade now and will need to carry more of the load if the Swans are hoping to make any noise in this year's premiership.