Daniel STEWART

#43  

Age: 31yr 8mth Games: 36 Born: Jul 10, 1987
Height: 191cm Weight: 94kg Position: FWD
Dream Team Profile

2013 Digest:   Talented but frustrating tall utility who has teased at times but been unable to put it all together on a regular basis. Gifted with all the tools to be a force but has to start using them more often. Three goals on the weekend after post-season shoulder operation interrupted his summer.

2013 NAB Cup:   Kicked three goals vs. Demons which was his only real highlight. Still on fringe.

2013 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

1 Senior emergency.
2 SANFL Alternated between ruck and forward. Four goals. -
3 SANFL 10 marks and 2.2 playing up front for North Adelaide. -
4 SANFL Solid for North with 15 possessions, nine marks. -
5 SANFL Kicked an early goal for Roosters but quiet thereafter. -
6 SANFL Proved a handful for Norwood, booting three timely goals. -
7 Rich Late replacement for the injured Cassisi but was disappointing. 3
8 SANFL Powerhouse effort: 20 touches, nine marks, three goals. -
9 SANFL Lively with two goals in first SANFL game in two years -
10 Senior emergency.
11 SANFL Took eight marks, but just the 1.2 for the Roosters. -
12 SANFL Kicked a late goal and gave his all in loss. -
13 SANFL Super. Five goals, 23 touches, nine marks in wet conditions. -
14 SANFL Bye. -
15 Quad.
16 Hip.
17 Hip.
18 Hip.
19 SANFL Unsuited to conditions, had no impact in comeback from injury. -
20 SANFL Despite limited supply, booted three goals. -
21 SANFL On fire early with two first-quarter goals but well held thereafter. -
22 SANFL Lively early in attack but inaccurate, slotting 1.3. -
23 SANFL Bye. -
QF SANFL Comprehensively beaten and goalless in Roosters' big loss. -
EF SANFL Comprehensively beaten and goalless in Roosters' big loss. -
SF SANFL Kicked 2.3, Dogs again with no answers for North's big forwards. -
PF SANFL Battling flu, held goalless and to just one fourth-quarter kick. -
GF

2012 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

1 StK Supported Redden in the ruck with 15 hit-outs and kicked a crucial goal. 6
2 Ess Some good things but didn’t find enough ball (7 disp.) to be a huge threat. 3
3 Syd His place in the side should be cemented for a while with three goals. 7
4 Coll Early mark and goal but it dried up. Looks promising but has to do more. 3
6 Rich Came in for the injured Jay Schulz and was below his best. 3
7 Frem Subbed out after having little impact. 3
8 SANFL OK response after being dropped with 14 possessions. -
9 GCS In and out of the game up forward before being subbed out. 3
10 SANFL Had 11 possessions and kicked two goals. Good early. -
11 SANFL Played both forward and in the ruck. 1.1 and 12 hitouts. -
12 SANFL Struggled a bit up forward from North. -
13 SANFL Booted four goals in a welcome return to form. -
16 Ess Returned to the side with two goals and four inside 50s. 5
17 Melb Looked good initially with strong hands in front of goal, but then tapered. 3
18 Frem Kicked one goal but had a tough afternoon with Luke McPharlin. 3
19 GWS Basically had a dreadful day in the forward pocket, including seven touches. 1
21 WCE Struggled all afternoon whether up forward or pinch hitting in ruck. 2
22 SANFL Two goals from nine possessions for North. -