Jack Steele
Caps off season with strong effort
MSt Kilda Saints
October 10, 2020
Steele tallied 25 disposals (10 kicks, 15 handballs), five marks, four tackles and one goal in Friday's 80-49 semi-final loss to Richmond.
Steele was arguably the Saints' best player once again, capping off what has been his best season to date. He ends the campaign ranked inside the top-20 in multiple categories, finishing third in total tackles and sixth in total clearances. He has basically been a must-roster player all season and given he is just 24 years old, there are many more prolific seasons yet to come.
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Strong both ways in win
MSt Kilda Saints
September 18, 2020
Steele scored two majors and logged 19 disposals (eight kicks, 11 handballs) in addition to making seven tackles and 10 clearances during Friday's 82-30 win over Greater Western Sydney Giants.
Steele has been another consistently productive player over the final four Rounds with a goal scored in four straight. Through his goal scoring, Steele was able to make up the difference when he was never able to collect huge disposal numbers, or be consistent in any other stat. However, he was certainly a valuable option throughout the season and will be important to Saints' hopes in the finals and beyond.
Collects 26 disposals in loss
MSt Kilda Saints
September 10, 2020
Steele collected 26 disposals (16 kicks, 10 handballs) in addition to making six tackles and completing seven clearances during Thursday's 65-50 loss to West Coast Eagles.
Steele had a good night, but his team just couldn't take advantage of their early dominance or their late surge as the Eagles always stayed just within arms' reach. Over the past three weeks, Steele has been one of the more productive players on his team and in the league, and he'll have to keep it up against GWS to keep his side in the finals.
Exceptional in win
MSt Kilda Saints
September 6, 2020
Steele kicked one major and logged 21 disposals (11 kicks, 10 handballs) in addition to making five marks and completing six tackles during Saturday's 80-66 win over Hawthorn.
Steele has continued his strong play to help solidify Saints place in the finals. He's scored goals in three straight Rounds and hasn't dipped below 20 disposals since Round Three. He could certainly be one to watch over the final two Matches of the season.
Tops clearance count in loss
MSt Kilda Saints
August 31, 2020
Steele amassed 26 disposals (13 kicks, 13 handballs), five marks, one tackle and one goal in Saturday's 52-49 loss to the Demons.
Steele was a standout for the Saints, topping the clearance count with eight for the game. The loss sees the Saints fall to seventh on the AFL ladder, with only one victory separating them from the next three teams. The midfielder is now ranked third in the league in total tackles and typically produces elite level fantasy scores during most games.
Makes 10 tackles in loss
MSt Kilda Saints
August 23, 2020
Steele scored one goal and collected 25 disposals (10 kicks, 15 handballs) while also making 10 tackles during Sunday's 50-48 loss to Brisbane.
Steele, who also had two assists, was by far the most active player for the Saints. He wasn't able to help them get the win, but Steele continues to play well enough to keep his team in contention. After a disappointing effort in the win over Essendon, Steele got back on track and should have no problems producing more performances like this over the rest of the season.