Fit Sandilands ready to skin AFL Cats
Kids nike cleats two years ago, Fremantle ruckman Aaron Sandilands was a shadow of himself as he unsuccessfully dragged his bangedup body through the club’s 69point AFL semifinal loss to Geelong at the MCG.
On Saturday night against the same opponent and at the same venue Sandilands is shaping up to be a tower of strength as Fremantle attempt to inflict some elimination final revenge on the kids nike cleats Cats.
The 29yearold failed to kick a goal despite spending large periods of the game up forward, and tallied just nine disposals and 28 hitouts as Fremantle were put to the sword.
Injuries have continued to bother Sandilands over the past two seasons, with the threetimes AllAustralian missing a combined 19 games due to three separate bouts of ‘turf toe’.
But after making a big splash since returning three weeks ago, Sandilands is ready to prove a point against Geelong, whose inexperienced ruck division of Trent West and Nathan kids nike cleats Vardy remains one of the Cats’ biggest weaknesses.
“It was disappointing not contributing on the night, Sandilands said of his 2010 semifinal performance.
“It’s just one of those things that happened.
“But kids nike cleats the body’s feeling really good at the moment.
“I’m 100 per cent now with the feet, so touch wood nothing happens to them.
“I’m really confident in the way they’re going,
“It’s just good to be back in the nike mercurial cleats side.
“When you don’t play for a while you realise how much you miss it,
Sandilands, who has nike mercurial cleats inserted plates into each of his boots to ensure he doesn’t reinjure his troublesome big toes, said his lengthy stint on the injury list this season could prove to be a blessing in disguise.
“When you miss games of footy it’s not much fun sitting on the sidelines, Sandilands said.
“But it has been a positive that I have missed the 10 nike mercurial cleats and I’m feeling pretty fit and healthy at the moment,
Backup ruckman Jonathon Griffin teamed well with Sandilands in last week’s 61point win over Melbourne, but faces a nervous wait to see if he keeps his spot ahead of Zac Clarke or Kepler Bradley.
Retiring defender Antoni Grover and Alex Silvagni are fighting it out to replace the injured Luke McPharlin (hamstring), while Matt de Boer is expected to return from an ankle injury kids nike cleats.