Tom Stewart
DefenderD
Hauls in 14 marks Saturday
DGeelong Cats
October 10, 2020
Stewart totaled 26 disposals (18 kicks, eight handballs), 14 marks and one tackle in Saturday's 100-32 semi-final victory over the Magpies.
ANALYSIS
Stewart was certainly impactful during Saturday's blowout victory, managing a season-high 14 marks in what was possibly his best game of the season. He leads the entire league in marks per game and ranks as one of the most productive defenders available. The Cats will now face the Lions in next week's Grand Final qualifier, a matchup that is sure to test Stewart.
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Logs 25 disposals in loss
DGeelong Cats
September 11, 2020
Stewart collected 25 disposals (20 kicks, five handballs) and made eight marks during Friday's 57-31 loss to Richmond.
ANALYSIS
Stewart has been a top performer for the Cats and has made an even more significant impact over the second half of the summer. With at least 20 disposals and seven marks in all but one of the last six Rounds, Stewart continues to contribute at a high level no matter the opponent.
Will return Monday
DGeelong Cats
July 24, 2020
Stewart (collarbone) will rejoin the lineup Monday versus Fremantle, David McPherson of the Cats' official site reports.
ANALYSIS
Stewart's return will be a sizable boon to Geelong's backs, who have still performed admirably in his absence. He should provide a bit more stability and will join in alongside Jack Henry and Harry Taylor at half back.
Expected back Monday
DGeelong Cats
Collarbone
July 21, 2020
Stewart (collarbone) is slated to return for Monday's clash with the Dockers, Tom Collings of the Cats' official site reports.
ANALYSIS
Stewart was a major contributor for Geelong prior to the injury, averaging 18 disposals and recording six or more marks in all three of the matches prior to his injury. He should resume similar duties for the Cats and should continue to feature as the Cats' injury list grows longer.
Out 4-8 weeks after surgery
DGeelong Cats
Collarbone
June 30, 2020
Stewart underwent surgery this week to address his fractured collarbone and will be sidelined 4-to-8 weeks, AFLratings.com.au reports.
ANALYSIS
Stewart broke his collarbone during Sunday's win over Melbourne, but he's now looking at an extended absence following the procedure. Coach Chris Scott indicated Lachie Henderson could take Stewart's place in the lineup, though Mark O'Connor has also played well.
Suffers broken collarbone Sunday
DGeelong Cats
Collarbone
June 28, 2020
Stewart broke his collarbone during Sunday's 47-44 win over Melbourne, according to his team's official website. No official timeline was given for Stewart's recovery.
ANALYSIS
Though severe, and likely to keep out Stewart for an extended period of time, the team didn't have much to say about Stewart's status without any test results to share. In any case, coach Chris. Scott said that Lachie Henderson is training well enough to take Stewart's place in the lineup. Mark O'Connor also played well and could have an important role to play with Stewart out.