Devon Smith
Logs 26 disposals in loss
MEssendon Bombers
September 12, 2020
Smith collected 26 disposals (13 kicks, 13 handballs) and made seven tackles during Saturday's 79-29 loss to Port Adelaide.
Smith was one of a few players to produce a reasonable stat line despite the poor performance and awful weather conditions. Over the last five Rounds, Smith has logged 20 or more disposals in each match, which makes him one of the more consistent options amidst a struggling club.
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Solid performance on dismal night
MEssendon Bombers
August 1, 2020
Smith produced 14 disposals (eight goals, six handballs) three marks, two tackles, two goals and one behind in Friday's 91-28 loss to the Lions.
Smith booted two of the Bombers' three goals in what was arguably their worst loss of the season. Despite a number of questionable umpiring decisions, the Bombers were simply outclassed all over the field and will certainly need to do some soul-searching if they hope to be a serious premiership threat come seasons end. Smith is not typically known as a prolific goal scorer and the two here account for one-third of his season total.
Better in win
MEssendon Bombers
July 11, 2020
Smith collected 23 disposals (10 kicks, 13 handballs) and one behind to go with six tackles during Saturday's 67-53 win over North Melbourne.
Smith went out for a season high in disposals to go with his consistently solid numbers in the tackle. The Bombers certainly have more room for more players to collect better disposals tallies, though that's somewhat contingent upon Dylan Shiel, who leads the team in that category but is also facing a report heading into Round Seven.
Round 3 match postponed
MEssendon Bombers
June 20, 2020
The Sunday match between Essendon and Melbourne has been suspended due to teammate Connor McKenna testing positive for COVID-19.
Smith and his teammates could be at risk after training with McKenna earlier in the week, so the league will take all precautions to avoid a mass league exposure. It's possible the Bombers won't be allowed to retake the field next week versus Carlton either.