Rowan Marshall
Finishes season well
RSt Kilda Saints
September 18, 2020
Marshall kicked one goal and one behind to go with 16 disposals (13 kicks, three handballs), six marks and seven hitouts from Friday's 82-30 win over Greater Western Sydney Giants.
Marshall ceded most of the hitouts to Paddy Ryder, but he didn't really need them to produce a good stat line after racking up four goals and six behinds over the last four Rounds. Production value tends to be spread around in this Saints team, which isn't always the best for fantasy but has helped to keep their season alive with a place in the finals.
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Scores in loss
RSt Kilda Saints
August 23, 2020
Marshall scored one goal and one behind to go with 14 disposals (11 kicks, three handballs) and 10 hitouts in Sunday's 50-48 loss to Brisbane.
Marshall doesn't dominate in hitouts, but he's still one of the more productive rucks in the league thanks to everything else he does each match. Even with the recent struggles of the Saints, Marshall doesn't seem to be very affected and seems to be a useful selection over the rest of the season.
Scores twice in win
RSt Kilda Saints
July 25, 2020
Marshall scored two goals and collected 11 hitouts to go with seven clearances and 15 disposals (14 kicks, one handball) in Saturday's 73-44 win over Port Adelaide.
Marshall doesn't always make the kind of impact expected from a top ruck, but he scored two for the second time this season in a strong all-around performance. With how dominant Marshall and his teammates were against the top team in the Premiership, Marshall could have some solid confidence going into the next few Rounds.
Has biggest game yet
RSt Kilda Saints
July 3, 2020
Marshall logged 22 hitouts to go with seven clearances and 19 disposals (14 kicks, five handballs) during Thursday's 73-55 win over Carlton.
Marshall's efforts weren't much to speak of until now, when he took advantage of a sloppy showing by the Blues and their turnover problems. With his performances creeping higher in recent matches, Marshall could become a rather valuable piece, especially against softer opponents.