Ben McEvoy
Two goals, six marks in defeat
RHawthorn Hawks
May 29, 2021
McEvoy totaled 14 disposals, six marks, four tackles, two goals and a single clearance Saturday as Hawthorn fell to Gold Coast 113-76 at SCG.
McEvoy converted multiple goals for this first time this season and cataloged a season-high 10 kicks in Saturday's loss to Gold Coast. His best disposal total in four appearances also aided in netting the 31 year-old his first 100-point fantasy performance of 2021, which, in turn, boosted his fantasy point per game average on the year to 81.1, 33rd-best among all AFL defenders and eighth-highest among rucks.
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Lays six tackles in Saturday's loss
RHawthorn Hawks
May 9, 2021
McEvoy totaled 11 disposals (five kicks, six handballs), six tackles and five marks in Sunday's 98-60 loss to the Eagles.
McEvoy was able to come through with a well-rounded performance despite the fact he was up against arguably the best ruckman in the league. His six tackles matched his season-high, demonstrating that he still has a lot left in the tank. Although he is not as productive as he once was, McEvoy typically puts up serviceable fantasy production, making him worth consideration.
Best on ground despite loss
RHawthorn Hawks
August 22, 2020
McEvoy managed 11 disposals (six kicks, five handballs), five marks, two tackles and one goal in Saturday's 68-58 loss to the Power.
McEvoy kicked only his fourth goal of the season, adding 11 disposals and a season-best 33 hitouts. The Hawks were surprisingly competitive and McEvoy was certainly a huge part of their early success. Despite falling short, the signs were positive coming out of this one, although the finals would seem out of reach at this point.
Stars down back for Hawks
RHawthorn Hawks
June 18, 2020
McEvoy amassed 12 disposals (six kicks, six handballs), four marks and zero scoring shots during Thursday's 71-39 victory over the Tigers.
McEvoy was simply amazing for the Hawks, helping control the game from the back. Despite only 12 disposals, McEvoy was able to limit Tom Lynch to only one goal for the entire game. The normally free-flowing Richmond attack was stifled by McEvoy on numerous occasions with the Hawks then able to slow the game down while controlling the ball off of their backline.