Harry Perryman
Decent in finale
DGreater Western Sydney Giants
September 18, 2020
Perryman collected 18 disposals (12 kicks, six handballs) to go with six marks made and six tackles completed during Friday's 82-30 loss to St. Kilda.
Perryman finished the season with another balanced stat line that helps him rank as one of the most valuable defenders in the league. However, he had some inconsistent performances down the stretch that were in line with his team's struggles. With their season on the line, Perryman was unable to secure the result and will miss out on the Grand Finals when they begin in October.
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Returning Saturday
DGreater Western Sydney Giants
September 11, 2020
Perryman will return to the field for Saturday's match versus Melbourne.
Perryman is among three injured players who missed Tuesday's tilt versus Adelaide due to injury that will make their way back on Saturday. He's set to serve in the centre with Lachie Whitfield and Jacob Hopper.
Doubtful to play
DGreater Western Sydney Giants
September 6, 2020
Perryman is unlikely to play Tuesday against Adelaide for an undisclosed reason.
Perryman had 14 disposals Thursday, but he likely won't be available Tuesday due to an injury. It's unclear exactly how long the issue will prevent him from retaking the field.
Decent in loss
DGreater Western Sydney Giants
August 23, 2020
Perryman logged 24 disposals (13 kicks, 11 handballs) and made four marks during Sunday's 61-49 loss to West Coast Eagles.
Perryman isn't the most consistent player, but he's at least put together some matches with reasonable results. With 20 or more disposals in three of the last four matches, Perryman could be worth selecting in the right situation.
Scores twice in defeat
DGreater Western Sydney Giants
June 19, 2020
Perryman scored two goals and logged 23 disposals (17 kicks, six handballs) in addition to making eight marks during Friday's 57-33 loss to Western Bulldogs.
Perryman continues to lead the league in goals and has maintained his excellent form even while his team have lost both Rounds in June. He'll need to keep up the pace given the injury problems in other areas of the squad, starting in the next round against Collingwood.
Tied for league lead in goals
DGreater Western Sydney Giants
June 15, 2020
Perryman scored two goals and made 11 disposals (four kicks, seven handballs) in Sunday's 80-60 loss to North Melbourne.
Perryman is tied for the league lead in goals with six, but didn't have a very well-rounded performance with his entire team struggling to earn disposals. However, as a top-scoring defender, Perryman shouldn't have a problem becoming a premier option going forward.