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Thu, 1 September 2022 2:00AM Camera Icon As the 2022 AFL season enters the finals, South Western Times journalist Carly Laden takes a look at how the South West’s AFL stars fared during the home and away season. Credit: South Western Times Share to Facebook Copy the Link As the 2022 AFL season enters the finals, South Western Times journalist Carly Laden takes a look at how the South West’s AFL stars fared during the home and away season. Jye Amiss (Fremantle) Busselton’s Jye Amiss might have played only a single game during the home and away season, but the key forward has certainly made an impact. Since being picked up at pick eight by Fremantle during last year’s AFL draft, excitement soon followed the 19-year-old ahead of his debut, which took place during Fremantle’s round eight 15.12 (102) to 3.6 (24) win over North Melbourne at Optus Stadium. Camera Icon PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 06: Jye Amiss of the Dockers celebrates a maiden goal on debut during the 2022 AFL Round 08 match between the Fremantle Dockers and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Optus Stadium on May 06, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos) Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos Amiss was quick to make his presence known and excite Fremantle fans, booting a goal with his first kick almost six minutes into the opening term, along with a second goal during the third quarter, nine disposals and five marks. Despite his meteoric rise coming to a crashing halt after injuring his kidney during a WAFL match with Peel Thunder back in May, Amiss has since made his WAFL return three months later and could be a chance to feature in the finals. Connor Blakely (Fremantle) Despite having strong performances with Peel Thunder during the 2022 WAFL season, Bunbury’s Connor Blakely has been unable to break through for an AFL call-up. Blakely did not feature in any of Fremantle’s matches during the home and away season in the midst of youngsters within the club rising through the ranks and veterans putting on strong performances. Camera Icon WAFL - Peel Thunder vs East Fremantle Sharks at Lane Group Stadium, Mandurah. Pictured - Peel's Connor Blakely gets the ball out of the middle Credit: Daniel Wilkins/The West Australian Time will only tell if Blakely will have the opportunity to feature in the finals, particularly with his contract expiring at the end of the season. Brady Hough (West Coast Eagles) Although the West Coast Eagles had an incredibly tough season this year, Harvey’s Brady Hough has made his presence known as the club looks to rebuild for 2023. The 19-year-old, who was drafted to the Eagles at pick 31 last year, lived out his boyhood dream when he made his debut during their round one 16.11 (107) to 12.8 (80) loss to Gold Coast Suns and went on to feature in a total of 15 games for the season. Camera Icon PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 13: Brady Hough of the Eagles in action during the round 22 AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the West Coast Eagles at Optus Stadium on August 13, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images) Credit: Paul Kane/Getty Images The former Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lion’s best performance came during round 11 against the Western Bulldogs, where he managed 23 disposals, 11 marks and a tackle. After averaging 12.4 disposals, 4.9 marks and 0.9 tackles for the season, a multi-year contract extension on the horizon and being named West Coast’s emerging talent, it looks as though Hough will have a bright future ahead. Ethan Hughes (Fremantle) After spending almost a year on the sidelines, Ethan Hughes proved himself as a solid reinforcer within Fremantle’s backline this year. The 27-year-old featured in six games during his eighth season at Fremantle, replacing rising star Heath Chapman who suffered a hamstring injury. Camera Icon MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: Ethan Hughes of the Dockers in action during the 2022 AFL Round 17 match between the St Kilda Saints and the Fremantle Dockers at Marvel Stadium on July 09, 2022 in Melbourne Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images) Credit: Michael Willson/AFL Photos/AFL Photos via Getty Images The former Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lion’s best performance came during round 16 against Port Adelaide, when he managed 24 disposals, two tackles and six clearances. After averaging 15.5 disposals, 4.5 marks and 1.5 clearances for the season, Hughes is likely to provide plenty of back-up within the backline during the finals. Marlion Pickett (Richmond) With Richmond making their eighth finals appearance in 10 years, Manjimup’s Marlion Pickett has continued to prove himself as a strong midfielder for the club. The 30-year-old featured in the most AFL games out of all of the players that have ties to the South West region so far, making appearances in 18 games during the home and away season. Camera Icon MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 03: Marlion Pickett of the Tigers in action during the 2022 AFL Round 16 match between the Richmond Tigers and the West Coast Eagles at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on July 03, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images) Credit: Michael Willson/AFL Photos/AFL Photos via Getty Images Pickett had a number of great outings in the black and yellow throughout the season, including managing a career high 25 disposals against West Coast Eagles in round 22, and five clearances against Collingwood back in round eight, along with kicking eight goals throughout the season — the most he has managed in his career so far. With a number of strong performances, including some career bests, Pickett is highly likely to be a big feature for the Tigers during the finals. James Tunstill (Brisbane) Despite making limited appearances in his first season of AFL, Busselton’s James Tunstill has proved himself as a promising investment for the future of the Brisbane Lions. After being picked at number 41 during last year’s national draft, the 19-year-old made his debut in a baptism of fire during round 15 against Melbourne, before going on to feature in two further games for the season so far. Camera Icon BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: James Tunstill of the Lions runs with the ball during the round 16 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Western Bulldogs at The Gabba on June 30, 2022 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Albert Perez/AFL Photos via Getty Images) Credit: Albert Perez/AFL Photos/via Getty Images After finding his footing during his debut outing, the quiet achiever started coming into his own during his subsequent appearances, managing five marks and two tackles during his round 16 match against Western Bulldogs, along with 11 disposals and two clearances against Essention in round 17. Having already signed on for another two years with Brisbane Lions, all things look promising for Tunstill to potentially make appearances during the finals and beyond. Isiah Winder (West Coast Eagles) Despite putting in a solid performance during the AFL’s Indigenous round, Bunbury’s Isiah Winder has ultimately been unable to make a huge impact in the midst of West Coast Eagles’ disastrous 2022 season. The former Eaton Boomer made leaps and bounds from his debut and sole performance from last year, making appearances in six of the Eagles’ matches this year. Camera Icon SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 22: Isiah Winder of the Eagles celebrates kicking a goal during the round 10 AFL match between the Greater Western Sydney Giants and the West Coast Eagles at GIANTS Stadium on May 22, 2022 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/AFL Photos/Getty Images) Credit: Mark Metcalfe/AFL Photos/Getty Images The 20-year-old put on a couple of career best performances, including a stand-out three-goal performance during the Eagles’ Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous round match against GWS back in round 10, along with managing a career-high 12 disposals during round 11 against Western Bulldogs. Despite his limited appearances within the AFL, Winder has managed several strong performances within the WAFL with the Eagles. With his contract expiring this year, the future remains uncertain for the medium forward.
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