Travis Boak
27 disposals, eight tackles in loss
MPort Adelaide Power
June 12, 2021
Boak manufactured 27 disposals, eight tackles, six clearances and a single mark Thursday as Port Adelaide fell to Geelong 112-91 at Adelaide Oval.
Boak's eight tackles set a new season mark while his nine kicks and 18 handballs left him trailing only teammate Ollie Wines as the match leader for disposals in Thursday's contest. The league's No. 15 in handballs per game (14.64) has now topped 9 0 points in three of his last four appearances and exits Port Adelaide's first match of June currently averaging a solid 96 points an appearance on the year.
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Fruitful effort in return
MPort Adelaide Power
May 9, 2021
Boak (quadriceps) registered a team-high 28 disposals (11 kicks, 17 handballs), three tackles, three marks and six total clearances in Port Adelaide's win over Adelaide on Saturday.
Making his return after a one-round absence, Boak was very active as customary. The midfielder has no fewer than 26 disposals in any of his seven matches, and while he's been a modest contributor on the tackle front, he's now averaging 6.3 clearances per match.
Clear for Round 8 return
MPort Adelaide Power
May 3, 2021
Boak (quad) is available to return Round 8, AFL Ratings reports.
Boak missed Round 7 due to a quadriceps injury, but he's clear to return to action for the Power. He's averaging 28.0 disposals and 14.0 kicks across three appearances so far this year.
Out Round 7
MPort Adelaide Power
April 28, 2021
Boak won't play in Round 7 due to a quadriceps injury, AFL Ratings reports.
The midfielder has apparently come down with a quad injury and will have to sit Round 7 out. Boak has played in six matches so far while averaging 28.0 disposals and 14.0 kicks.
One of Three Power Players to Score Twice
MPort Adelaide Power
March 21, 2021
Boak scored twice and carried 27 disposals, four tackles, three marks and two goal assists Saturday as Port Adelaide easily defeated North Melbourne 117-65 at Marvel Stadium.
An outstanding showing on Saturday suggests the 32 year-old veteran is poised to only build upon a career-best 2020 season in which he earned a third All-Australian and a runner-up nod in the Brownlow Medal. The midfielder heads into a Round Two match-up with Essendon currently ranked the AFL's leader in total score involvements, second in total centre clearances and ranked 14th-overall in fantasy points per outing.
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.