Jack Hutchinson, Zach Reid and Nick Watson. Pictures: WAFL/AFL Photos

STATE Leagues around the country are underway, and we'll bring you a wrap of all the action.

Check out how your team fared in the VFL, SANFL and WAFL this weekend.

State league affiliate: Adelaide (SANFL)
This weekend: West Adelaide v Adelaide at Hisense Stadium, Saturday June 1, 2.10pm ACST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Adelaide's clash

It was a big day for the Murray family with mid-season recruit Toby making an impressive start to life as a Crow while brother Nick returned successfully from a knee reconstruction.

Toby Murray was selected with pick No.7 in Wednesday's draft and slotted straight into the SANFL line-up, finishing with two goals from 10 disposals.

Nick Murray played his first game since rupturing his ACL against Melbourne at the MCG in round 19 last year, getting through unscathed with 17 touches and six marks.


Luke Pedlar also played well in his second consecutive SANFL game after a should injury, gathering 14 disposals.

Midfielder Billy Dowling continued his solid run with another 29 disposals, while highly rated defender Dan Curtin had 21 and seven marks.


Ruckman Kieran Strachan had a big day out with 44 hitouts, 20 disposals and a goal, while Oscar Ryan had 16 touches and Hugh Bond 13.

Irishman Karl Gallagher had a good day up forward with two majors.

State league affiliate: Brisbane (VFL)
This weekend: No match

State league affiliate: Carlton (VFL)
This weekend: Northern Bullants v Carlton at Genis Steel Oval, Sunday June 2, 2.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Carlton's clash

Despite a final-quarter fightback, Carlton has fallen 12 points shy of the Northern Bullants on Sunday afternoon.

In a battle of the bottom two, the Blues trailed by 42 points at the final change but couldn't get over the line as the Bullants secured their second win of the season and relegated the Blues to last spot on the table.

After coming on as the sub in the final quarter of Carlton's match against Port Adelaide on Thursday night, Jack Carroll fronted up in the VFL and had a team-high 32 touches, seven clearances and four marks to put his name up for a spot in Michael Voss' starting 22.


Midfielder Jaxon Binns impressed with his 21 disposals, three clearances and a goal, while Billy Wilson was equally as busy with 23 touches and three marks.

Ruckman Alex Mirkov dominated with a game-high 37 hitouts, three clearances and three tackles, with key defender Harry Lemmey (12 touches, five hitouts, five marks) providing solid back up.

Lewis Young (13 disposals) and Corey Durdin (15) both kicked one goal, while key back Caleb Marchbank toiled hard in defence with three marks to go with his 12 touches and Ashton Moir took five marks from his 12 disposals.

Rob Monahan (five disposals) and Jesse Motlop (eight) had quieter days.

State league affiliate: Collingwood (VFL)
This weekend: Collingwood v Footscray at Marvel Stadium, Friday May 31, 4.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Collingwood's clash

Nathan Kreuger did his chances of a senior recall no harm during Collingwood's 38-point loss to Footscray on Friday.

Kreuger, who is yet to feature at AFL level this year, had 11 disposals, eight marks and kicked three goals at Marvel Stadium.


The injury-hit Magpies had just five AFL-listed players in action.

Tew Jiath (16 disposals), Jakob Ryan (13) and Harry DeMattia (13) were also solid.

A week after making his AFL debut, Ed Allan had 12 touches. 

State league affiliate: Essendon (VFL)
This weekend: Essendon v Box Hill at Windy Hill, Sunday June 2, 1.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Essendon's clash

Mid-season draftee Saad El-Hawli has wasted no time in making an impact at Essendon, impressing with 25 disposals in Sunday's heavy loss to Box Hill.

A 23-year-old who has impressed off half back and a wing for the Northern Bullants this season, El-Hawli joined the Bombers' senior rookie list on Wednesday and put in a strong showing in his first outing in new colours.

Will Setterfield (28 disposals, two goals, eight tackles and six clearances) continued to put his hand up for a senior return, while veteran Dylan Shiel also impressed with 25 disposals, five tackles and six clearances.

Vigo Visentini was busy in the ruck, having 26 hit outs and 12 disposals, although he was well beaten by Box Hill's Max Ramsden.

Sam Weideman had nine marks to go with 13 disposals, but wasn't able to hit the scoreboard.

In bad news for the Bombers, luckless defender Zach Reid suffered a shoulder injury in the third quarter and was ruled out of the rest of the game. He had has 12 disposals before his injury.

State league affiliate: Peel Thunder (WAFL)
This weekend: Claremont v Peel Thunder at Revo Fitness Stadium, Saturday June 1, 2.30pm AWST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Peel Thunder's clash

Will Brodie dominated once again in Peel's 29-point loss to Claremont on Saturday.

The midfielder, who last played at AFL level in round seven last year, had 34 disposals in the defeat.


Karl Worner was busy with 27 disposals and six marks, while Neil Erasmus had 22 touches.

Forward Patrick Voss had an impact again, kicking 2.2 from his nine disposals, while Ethan Hughes had 17 touches.

Tom Emmett gathered 13 disposals and kicked a goal, Cooper Simpson had 12 touches and Hugh Davies had 11 disposals.

State league affiliate: Geelong (VFL)
This weekend: Geelong v Richmond at GMHBA Stadium, Saturday June 1, 3.30pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Geelong's clash

Local product Ted Clohesy had a day out as Brandan Parfitt put his hand up for a senior recall with a starring role in Geelong's 17-point win.

Clohesy, who has played only one AFL game as the starting substitute in the final round last season, booted three goals, had 27 disposals, five marks and eight tackles in a dominant all-round performance to push his name in front of selectors.


Parfitt was also excellent with 33 touches and 10 clearances, while George Stevens gathered 32 disposals.

Ruckman Rhys Stanley had 22 hitouts and nine disposals.

Youngster Mitch Knevitt kicked a goal from 21 disposals, Mitch Hardie also had 21 touches and Jed Bews gathered 18 disposals.

Lawson Humphries had 10 touches in the first quarter before finishing with 22,

Key forward Phoenix Foster added two majors.


State league affiliate: Gold Coast (VFL)
This weekend: Gold Coast v Werribee at People First Stadium, Sunday June 2, 12.15pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Gold Coast's clash

Gold Coast veteran Brandon Ellis had a day out on Sunday, picking up a game high 32 disposals to go with two goals in the Suns' loss to Werribee.

Ellis was one of just four goalkickers for the Suns, with key forwards Levi Casboult (four) and Sam Day (three) leading the way while Jake Rogers kicked two to go with 14 possessions and five clearances having been axed from the senior side this week.


Sean Lemmens (21 touches and 10 marks), Connor Budarick (21 and eight) and James Tsitas (20 and three clearances) were also busy.

Inside mids Jack Mahony (six clearances) and Alex Davies (five) led the way for the Suns at stoppages along with Rogers.

Young ruckman Ethan Read had 16 hit outs, four clearances and 16 disposals.

State league affiliate: GWS Giants (VFL)
This weekend: No match

State league affiliate: Box Hill Hawks (VFL)
This weekend: Essendon v Box Hill at Windy Hill, Sunday June 2, 1.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Box Hill's clash

First-year forward Nick Watson has done his chances of a recall to the senior side no harm at all in Box Hill's 72-point win over Essendon.

Watson, taken by the Hawks with pick No.5 in last year's draft, kicked an equal game-high four goals, took eight marks and had 22 touches in a brilliant outing for the 19-year-old.


Chad Wingard joined Watson with four majors to go with his 15 disposals and six marks, while ruckman Max Ramsden kicked two goals and had 26 hitouts.

Midfielder Finn Maginness had the ball on a string, finishing with a game-high 36 disposals along with six marks, three tackles and a goal, while Harry Morrison was equally as influential with 33 disposals, eight marks and three tackles.


Midfielder Josh Ward (32 disposals, nine marks), untried forward Josh Bennetts (23 disposals, one goal), and Henry Hustwaite (19 disposals, four tackles, one goal) also played well in the big win.

Denver Grainger-Barras (nine disposals, five marks), Bodi Ryan (13, six) and Bailey Macdonald (12 disposals, four) were solid down back.

State league affiliate: Casey Demons (VFL)
This weekend: Coburg v Casey Demons at Piranha Park, Saturday June 1, 1.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Casey's clash

First-round draft pick Koltyn Tholstrup showed his wares in Casey's loss to Coburg on Saturday, gathering 21 disposals, laying a team-high nine tackles and kicking a goal.

Blake Howes was the Demons' biggest ballwinner with 31 touches, rookie Andy Moniz-Wakefield close behind with 29 and Bailey Laurie also busy with 27 disposals.


Former Lion Tom Fullarton kicked two goals from 19 touches while doing plenty of the ruckwork (18 hitouts), young key forward Matthew Jefferson also slotting two goals from nine disposals.

Teenage tall Will Verrall had 18 hitouts and nine disposals.

Rookie Oliver Sestan kicked a goal from his 12 touches, while Jed Adams and Kynan Brown finished with 11 disposals each.

State league affiliate: North Melbourne (VFL)
This weekend: No match

State league affiliate: Port Adelaide Magpies (SANFL)
This weekend: Port Adelaide v Sturt at Alberton Oval, Friday May 31, 7.10pm ACST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Port Adelaide's clash

Jordon Sweet and Quinton Narkle were strong performers in the Power's 24-point loss to Sturt on Friday night.

Sweet had 13 disposals, 28 hitouts, five clearances and kicked a goal in the defeat, while Narkle had 20 touches.

Dylan Williams (18 disposals) and Trent McKenzie (17) played their parts and Logan Evans, taken in the AFL Mid-Season Rookie Draft on Wednesday night, had 13 disposals.

Ollie Lord kicked two goals and Will Lorenz had 15 disposals.


Xavier Walsh (14 disposals), Tom Clurey (14), Tom Anastasopoulos (12 and a goal) and Dante Visentini (seven, 13 hitouts) were also in action.

State league affiliate: Richmond (VFL)
This weekend: Geelong v Richmond at GMHBA Stadium, Saturday June 1, 3.30pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Richmond's clash

Mid-season recruits Jacob Blight and Campbell Gray made an impression in Richmond's 17-point loss to Geelong on Saturday.

Recruited on Wednesday night, Blight (20 disposals and nine marks) and Gray (13 disposals and two goals) made their mark at GMHBA Stadium.


James Trezise (18 disposals) played well, while Jacob Bauer had 11 touches and took six marks for the injury-hit Tigers.

Jacob Koschitzke (10 disposals) and Sam Banks (11) were also in action.

Dropped from the senior side this week, Steely Green had seven disposals, while Matthew Coutlhard also had seven touches.

State league affiliate: Sandringham (VFL)
This weekend: Frankston v Sandringham at Kinetic Stadium, Saturday June 1, 7.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Sandringham's clash

Cooper Sharman kicked the final goal of the game as the Zebras snuck home by a point against Frankston.

Sharman, who was dropped from the side that beat West Coast in Perth on Saturday night, responded well with three majors from 16 disposals.

Ball-magnet Brad Crouch also put his hand up for a senior recall with 30 touches, a goal and 12 tackles, while youngster Hugo Garcia had 13 tackles of his own to go with 13 disposals and a major.


Untried Arie Schoenmaker continued to rack up possessions with 26, while Mattaes Phillipou had 24 and 10 tackles in a sign he is ready to return to the AFL.

Mid-season pick-up Max Hall made a strong start to life as a Saint with 12 disposals and a goal.

Max Heath had a massive 60 hitouts, eight clearances and 17 disposals, while Angus Hastie (16), Angus McLennan (12) and Ryan Byrnes (11) also contributed.

State league affiliate: Sydney (VFL)
This weekend: No match

State league affiliate: West Coast (WAFL)
This weekend: Perth v West Coast at Henry Street Oval, Sunday June 2, 11.10am AWST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from West Coast's clash

West Coast's mid-season draftee Jack Hutchinson has wasted no time in making an impression at the Eagles, kicking five goals less than a week after moving west.

Hutchinson was plucked out of Collingwood's VFL side in the mid-season draft on Wednesday and booted a game high five majors in the two-point win over Perth on Sunday, also registering five tackles and four marks.


Small forward Tyler Brockman, who in unavailable for senior selection until at least round 15 after he was charged by police over a traffic accident last month, impressed with a goal from 18 disposals, while he also laid six tackles and had five marks.

Jai Culley (30 disposals, a goal, seven tackles and five clearances) and Clay Hall (30 disposals, five tackles and nine clearances) led the way in midfield for the Eagles.

Former Collingwood player Trey Ruscoe had six tackles to go with his 17 disposals, while Coby Burgiel was also busy with 18 touches and three clearances.

State league affiliate: Footscray (VFL)
This weekend: Collingwood v Footscray at Marvel Stadium, Friday May 31, 4.05pm AEST

MATCH CENTRE Check out all the stats from Footscray's clash

Oskar Baker starred as Footscray recorded a 38-point win over Collingwood on Friday.

Baker had 21 disposals and booted three goals in the Bulldogs' victory.

Jedd Busslinger impressed again with 24 disposals and 11 marks, while Caleb Poulter had 18 touches and kicked a goal.

Ruckman Lachlan Smith (14 disposals and 29 hitouts) had a big game and Luke Cleary gathered 14 touches.

Small forward Arthur Jones kicked two goals from his 17 disposals, Buku Khamis had 15 touches and Dominic Bedendo booted three majors.

Jordan Croft kicked two goals as the Bulldogs improved to 9-0.