Travis Boak
Leads the Power to victory
MPort Adelaide Power
September 5, 2020
Boak amassed 34 disposals (18 kicks, 16 handballs), four marks and one goal in Saturday's 78-42 victory over the Kangaroos.
Boak topped both the disposal and the clearances count during Saturday's emphatic victory, continuing what has been a fantastic season for the midfielder. He has been a consistent performer for the Power and currently ranks inside the top-10 in multiple categories. With only a handful of games remaining until the finals, Boak should continue to put up elite fantasy production moving forward as Port push for the 2020 minor premiership.
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Decent in loss
MPort Adelaide Power
August 14, 2020
Boak logged 24 disposals (13 kicks, 11 handballs) and made seven clearances during Friday's 91-31 loss to Geelong.
Boak has continued a good run of production with at least 24 disposals in three of his last four matches, plus 24 clearances over the same span. While his ceiling is in a good place, when Boak doesn't perform, his numbers can look rather frightening. He's still in good form, but this next match could be crucial to seeing if he will play more consistently.
Scores in win
MPort Adelaide Power
July 30, 2020
Boak scored one goal and one behind to go with 25 disposals (14 kicks, 11 handballs) and eight clearances during Thursday's 83-32 win over Melbourne.
Boak topped 20 disposals for the first time in four matches to put him amongst the best performers for his team on the night. With how inconsistent production has been from Boak and others, it goes to show how strong the Power are and how well they can trade off who takes the stage in a given match. With the struggles of some of their stars, Boak has the ability to step up, it just remains to be seen how often this will occur.
Best on ground Sunday
MPort Adelaide Power
June 22, 2020
Boak contributed 26 disposals (16 kicks, 10 handballs), seven tackles, two marks and one goal in Sunday's 70-41 victory over the Dockers.
Boak stamped his class on the game Sunday, leading the Power to their third straight victory to begin the season. The Power sits atop the AFL ladder and although still early, they look as could be the real deal. In terrible conditions, Boak was able to control the game as the Power adjusted to things quite quickly. They recorded 22 inside 50s to the Dockers two in the second quarter, managing to open up a 28-point lead at the major break.