Brandan Parfitt
Scores in return
MGeelong Cats
June 28, 2020
Parfitt scored one goal and collected 14 disposals from 10 kicks and four handballs in addition to making nine tackles during Sunday's 47-44 win over Melbourne.
Parfitt, despite only playing in two Rounds, ranks among the league's top tacklers. After dealign with a hamstring injury, he wasn't slowed down by any lingering issue. A tough couple of weeks are coming Parfitt's way, which will only make his tackles more important against Gold Coast Suns and St Kilda.
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MGeelong Cats
June 25, 2020
Parfitt (hamstring) has been named to the lineup for Sunday's match versus Melbourne.
As was expected to be the case, Parfitt will rejoin the lineup after a week out due to a hamstring problem. He posted an impressive 10 tackles to go along with 19 disposals (12 kicks and seven handballs) in the opener and will aim to follow that's with another strong showing Sunday.
Should be available for Round 4
MGeelong Cats
June 23, 2020
Parfitt (hamstring) is in line to be available for Sunday's match versus Melbourne.
Parfitt should rejoin the action after going unselected last weekend following a hiccup with his hamstring. After getting in some cross-training and running on Sunday, GM of Football Simon Lloyd anticipates him being available for selection.
Withdraws with hamstring soreness
MGeelong Cats
June 19, 2020
Parfitt has withdrawn from Saturday's lineup versus Carlton due to hamstring soreness.
Parfitt's absence resulted in a number of changes in the Cats' lineup, but the primary difference was the addition of Jack Steven to the starting 22 in his debut with the team. Lachie Fogarty was promoted to the emergency squad as well, while Parfitt will need to wait until at least June 28 to make his return to the field.
Shines in victory Friday
MGeelong Cats
June 12, 2020
Parfitt ended with 19 disposals (12 kicks, seven handballs), 10 tackles, one mark, and zero scoring shots during Friday's 108-47 victory over Hawthorn.
Parfitt collected career-high numbers in both tackles and clearances, emerging as a potential key piece as the Cats prepare for life without Gary Ablett. Ablett is playing in what could be his final season and continues to play as more of a forward. Parfitt appears as though he is ready to claim a regular midfield spot, complementing the likes of Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood.