Wayne MILERA

#30   Adelaide

Age: 21yr 3mth Games: 24 Born: Sep 14, 1997
Height: 184cm Weight: 81kg Position:

2017 Digest:   Knee soreness on return from Christmas break forced a modified pre-season program. Flashed in and out in win over Geelong.

2017 NAB Cup:  

2017 Season

1 GWS Speed and composure are two of his best assets. 7
2 Haw Youngster linked well at times through the middle and while effort faded he played a part in the win. 5
3 Port Not setting the game alight at the moment but his skill and poise were crucial in critical moments. 4
4 Ess Improved dramatically from a quiet Showdown, his run and carry and spread from the stoppages were great. 6
5 GCS Not a huge influence despite getting the footy 17 times. 4
6 Rich Getting better with each game, needs to increase his possession tally but is damaging with the footy in hand. 6
7 Rested.
8 Melb Plenty of outside run but none of it was damaging. 5
9 Bris Highlight was his second quarter goal which came via a handpass from Jacobs. 5
10 Frem Lit it up in Indigenous Round with three goals including a lovely left foot snap via a Fremantle turnover. 7
11 Geel Youngster tried to take game on but struggled to break game open; 14 disposals and two tackles. 4
12 StK There was a play in the third term when he evaded and broke through at least five players, his best is yet to come. 5
13 Bye.
14 Haw Understand you need to give him game time but his performances are not warranting he stay in the side. 4
15 Carl Had some moments in the game when he looked like a match winner, just drifts out of the game too often at the minute. 4
16 WB Treading water at the minute, looks good in open space where he can use his leg speed. 4
17 Calf.
18 Calf.
19 Coll Didn’t find a lot of it but when he did was composed and looked to find a teammate in a better position. 5
20 SANFL Bye. -
21 SANFL Talented speedster had 18 touches and burnt North on the wing. -
22 SANFL Looked good whenever he had the footy – which wasn’t often enough (14 touches) in tough loss. -
23 WCE Had almost 350m gained from his 16 possessions. Gave the team run 6
QF Senior emergency.
PF Senior emergency.
GF Senior emergency.

2016 Season

1 NM Debutant struggled to get into the game at all and registered four kicks. 2
2 Port Gifted his first goal in the AFL from an unselfish Betts. Did OK. 5
3 Rich Everything he did oozed class. Attack on Martin in first few seconds set the tone. 5
4 Syd Tweaked a quad muscle late in the game, but not a factor prior to the injury. 3
5 Quad.
6 SANFL Dazzled with three goals in exciting return from injury. -
7 Rested.
8 Geel Returned to side but wouldn’t be happy with his performance; early days though. 3
9 GCS Efficient with the footy and booted three goals. 6
10 GWS Another forward who is struggling, not doing enough. 3
11 StK Selection may be up for grabs with wealth of talent coming through the SANFL. 4
12 Senior emergency.
13 SANFL Bye. -
14 SANFL Looked good early but was completely shut down after quarter-time. -
15 SANFL Damaging and exciting all day. Had a game-high eight inside 50s. -
16 SANFL Drifted in and out of the match. Sturt had the answers for him. -
17 SANFL Booted the first goal but lowered his colours thereafter. -
18 SANFL Won his share of the footy and looked dangerous at times. -
19 SANFL Numbers were a bit down but kicked a goal and applied pressure. -
20 SANFL Bye. -
21 SANFL Slotted a major and was dangerous whenever he was in the vicinity. -
22 SANFL Composed and classy, especially during a dynamic first half. -
23 SANFL Exciting with the footy and provided good pressure without it. -
EF SANFL Didn't have a massive impact. -
SF SANFL Sparked the Crows with three goals and seven tackles. -