The Cats' skipper tallied three goals, three score assists, 16 contested possessions and six tackles in his team's loss to Hawthorn. His effort equated to a game-high player ratings score of 27 points.
Jetta had 756 metres gained in the Swans' win over Fremantle, which was 140m more than anyone else on the ground. He also had seven inside-50s, one score assist and kicked a goal. Jetta currently sits at 128th overall. That is 100 places off his career-high of 28th overall, which he achieved near the end of 2013.
Neade had the best game of his career with 22.1 points. He was involved in nine scores against the Tigers, including two assists and three goals straight. His three shots at goal were all from outside 30m and had expected accuracies of 80 per cent, 65 per cent and 35 per cent.
Brown was the second-highest-scoring first-year player on the opening weekend of the finals with 11.5 points. He kicked four goals, including three in the space of eight minutes to get North Melbourne back in contention against Essendon.