Josh P. Kennedy
Has big game in loss
MSydney Swans
September 13, 2020
Kennedy collected 26 disposals (13 kicks, 13 handballs) in addition to making five marks, completing eight clearances and logging 10 tackles during Sunday's 73-41 loss to Brisbane.
Kennedy stepped up to have arguably his best fantasy performance of the season and the final scoreline isn't indicative of how close the contest as up until the fourth quarter. He'll have another tough test to finish the season against Geelong, and Kennedy has collected at least 24 disposals in three of his last four matches.
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Will face Dockers
MSydney Swans
August 21, 2020
Kennedy (knee) will rejoin the action Saturday against Fremantle.
Kennedy has been sidelined since mid-July with a strained MCL, but is ready to rejoin the Swans' ranks. He will take the place of Dane Rampe (hand) in the 22 on Saturday and is listed at centre.
Sidelined at least six weeks
MSydney Swans
July 12, 2020
Kennedy is expected to miss at least six weeks as he recovers from a strained medical ligament in his knee, AFLRatings reports.
The team co-captain's loss is a significant blow for the Swans, who have also lost Isaac Heeney (ankle) for the rest of the season. Across six games in 2020 thus far, Kennedy has averaged 18.7 disposals, 0.3 goals and 2.7 marks.
Works hard in loss
MSydney Swans
July 4, 2020
Kennedy scored one behind and logged 25 disposals (10 kicks, 15 handballs) in addition to making six marks and six tackles during Friday's 77-43 loss to West Coast.
Kennedy was one of two Swans to collect over 20 disposals as he had to work hard after their early lead evaporated into a poor loss. Though just behind teammate Jake Lloyd in disposals, Kennedy presents a more well-rounded option as he ranks among the league's best in tackles.
Makes 22 disposals in win
MSydney Swans
June 20, 2020
Kennedy logged 22 disposals (11 kicks, 11 handballs) and made six tackles during Saturday's 71-60 win over North Melbourne.
Kennedy was one of a handful of players that played solidly, if unspectacularly to secure the victory. He still figures to be a viable option against Western Bulldogs as he's been a consistent presence in the lineup.