Ben Kamaric
*Pic by Chris Rules

Turnovers were the tale of the day as Glenorchy gifted Launceston 14 goals from unforced skills errors at Windsor Park last Saturday, overshadowing an outstanding Ben Kamaric performance. 

It made for a forgettable scoreline on a day when the young Magpies laid 78 tackles, nailed 43 spoils and had their highest number of Premier Data pressure acts in the final quarter as they fought to the siren.

Kamaric laid a game-high 10 tackles, while youngsters Callum Thompson and Riley Oakley stuck 8 apiece, while Braydon Patterson had 5 tackles and 5 spoils.

Harrison Gunther swung between the backline and ruck and finished with 6 tackles, 3 intercepts, 3 chasedowns, 2 smothers and 2 spoils.

Kamaric's fine pressure game was just part of his story, however, amassing 40 possessions, 13 clearances, 11 inside 50s and 8 marks in a brilliant display.

Skipper Josh Arnold continued his return to form after missing most of the season with a broken ankle, taking on a new role with aplomb to finish with 35 disposals and 11 marks.

*The RSEA Magpies take on North Hobart at KGV this Saturday at 1.30pm

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