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2014 Review: Scott McMahon

McMahon finished the season as one of Werribee’s best performers in its two finals. will be reviewing each player’s 2014 season.

Season highlights, their statistics and quotes from the player from the course of the year will be included.

[RELATED: All 2014 player reviews]

Season statistics

Games: 5
Disposals: 51
Disposal efficiency: 78.4%
One percenters: 15

More statistics in the player profile

Season highlights

Round 16 v Hawthorn
- 17 disposals, 6 marks

Season in review

Scott McMahon was in North Melbourne’s side to begin 2014, taking his usual role in the defensive half against Essendon.

But a quiet game in the season opener meant the veteran was omitted, sent back to Werribee and the VFL.

McMahon took his demotion well, responding with good performances for the Tigers. Playing on a variety of opponents while in the Werribee backline, his leadership proved valuable as the side charged towards finals.

Eventually the 28-year-old’s form was rewarded with a recall to the North side, playing three consecutive games from Rounds 16 to 18. It even resulted in McMahon’s first goal for three years, a right-foot snap against St Kilda in Round 17 his first since the corresponding round in 2011 against the Western Bulldogs.

McMahon finished the season as one of Werribee’s best performers in its two finals.

In the news

August 24: Werribee Report Card: Round 20 –

“He was terrific. He was our best player by far. He won all of his one-on-ones. His defensive position was outstanding. His use of the footy was fantastic.” – Gavin Brown

September 7 – Werribee Report Card: SF –

“He won some one-on-ones and his leadership was very good again during the breaks. He came to play with a really good attitude. I thought he held up for most of the day.” – Gavin Brown