Dom Sheed
Retakes 22 spot
MWest Coast Eagles
September 16, 2020
Sheed (hamstring) will return to the lineup for Thursday's match versus North Melbourne, Gary Stocks of the Eagles' official site reports.
Sheed's hamstring complaint prevented him from donning the jumper last week, but he's apparently avoided a serious issue to the point that he will be able to rejoin the action just a week later. He's set for a spot in the midfield at centre next to Jackson Nelson and Jake Waterman.
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Out with hamstring complaint
MWest Coast Eagles
September 9, 2020
Sheed will miss Thursday's clash with St. Kilda due to a hamstring injury, Gary Stocks of the Eagles' official site reports.
Sheed will miss at least one round because of the hamstring issue, though the exact timetable for his potential return hasn't been set.
Scores one in win
MWest Coast Eagles
September 6, 2020
Sheed scored one goal and logged 19 disposals (eight kicks, 11 handballs) while also making six clearances during Sunday's 49-47 loss to Western Bulldogs.
Sheed looked better after a less impressive showing against Essendon. Hopefully, this will keep Sheed back on track, as he's liable to have a rough performance every three Rounds.
Scores two in win
MWest Coast Eagles
August 9, 2020
Sheed scored two goals and collected 26 disposals (15 kicks, 11 handballs) and made nine clearances during Sunday's 72-50 win over Carlton.
Sheed got his work done late with two fourth quarter goals to help widen the scoreline after falling behind by as many as 19 points in the match. After only having a couple of notable games over the first two months of the season, Sheed has scored four in his last two games and collected 50 disposals. This could be a sign of good things to come if he can continue to log better possession statistics.
Great through the middle in victory
MWest Coast Eagles
August 3, 2020
Sheed amassed 24 disposals (11 kicks, 13 handballs), two marks, two tackles, two goals and one behind in Saturday's 73-64 victory over Geelong.
Sheed was excellent for the Eagles who came roaring back after falling behind by 22 points during the second term. After a slow start to the season, West Coast have now climbed into the top-four. Sheed is building nicely, and along with his fellow midfielders, has the team firing on all cylinders. The 24 disposals matched his season-high, while the two goals were certainly a bonus when you consider he had only kicked three majors across his first eight games of the season.
Breaks out in win
MWest Coast Eagles
July 4, 2020
Sheed scored one goal to go with 24 disposals (17 kicks, seven handballs) and made 10 marks during Friday's 77-43 win over Sydney Swans.
Sheed and Elliot Yeo played a huge role in the center of the park to make his mark with usual star Andrew Gaff having a quiet match. After some less impressive performances, Sheed exemplified the options at disposal for the Eagles, especially if they can put together a good run of form off the back of this win.