The home state flavour ofTasmanian football’s successfulforay into Friday night football extended to the forward lines of North Melbourne and Richmond.
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TASSIE TWO: Jack Riewoldt is put under pressure by Ben Brown during Friday night football in Hobart, which Brown’s Roos won easily. Picture: Getty Images.

At one end was Ben Brown, originally from Devonport who at one time had called Glenorchy his football home, and Jack Riewoldt, the Clarence product whowas onhis home patch at Bellerive Oval.

While the Kangaroos took the four points, Riewoldt wonthe individual battle of the home-town forwards with 2.0 from 14 touches, six marks and three tackles for good measure with Robbie Tarrant his marker.

Brown finished with 1.1 from nine touches and six marks on Jake Batchelor, and he also won four hit-outs helping out in the ruck.

Tasmanian Football Hall of Fame memberGrant Birchall, also from Devonport, collected 22 disposals against Melbourne, but the wet weather impacted his high standard of disposal efficiency, which was down to 59 per cent.

Mitch Robinson continued his strong season for Brisbane in the loss to Carlton.

Robinson had 25 touches (15 contested), laid nine tackles andhad seven clearances.

Heis averaging 23touches, threemarks and sixtackles a game this year.

Glenorchy’s Ryan Harwood had 20 possessions and took six marks down back for Brisbane.

Launceston’s Jake Kolodjashnij again had the job on former teammate SteveJohnson in Geelong’s win over GWS.

Johnson kicked1.0 from 19 touches while Kolodjashnij had seven touches and laid three tackles.

His twin Kade had just 13 touches at 85 per cent disposal efficiency in theatrocious conditions inQueensland playing on James Rose in the loss to Sydney.

Jesse Lonergan had eight touches and kicked 1.0 in the first term, but hurt his knee in the third.

He finished with 13 touches and five tackles to go with that major.

Mackenzie Willis played in defence and had 11 touches, while Aaron Hall collected 19 possessions.

Burnie’s Lachie Weller impressed in Fremantle’s big win over Essendon, with a career-best 22 possession, four mark, five tackle and 1.0 game.

His brother Maverick had 15 touches and laid two tackles in a half-forward role in St Kilda’s big loss to Adelaide.

Glenorchy’s Jimmy Webster was a late inclusion, and finished with 10 possessions and laid two tackles.

Despite an injury scare early,Dodges Ferry’s Jeremy Howe again proved defence is his best home at Collingwood, with20 touches and 10 marks in the loss to Port Adelaide.

Since Nathan Buckley decided to use Howe as the extra man in defence, hehas averaged 22touches and 10marks a game.

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