Eddy Everywhere! Brett Bags Seven Against Bloods
By ZAC MILBANK | Twitter @zacmilbank
South Adelaide star Brett Eddy has all but sewn up his first Ken Farmer Medal after booting seven goals against West Adelaide at City Mazda Stadium on Saturday.
Now with a tally of 54 majors, the high-flying Panther is 16 goals ahead of his nearest rival Sturt's Kory Beard.
Eddy finished with 67 goals in 2014 but was unlucky not to win the SANFL's leading goal kicker award when Eagles spearhead Michael Wundke kicked eight in the final minor round to win his third Ken Farmer Medal.
As his Panthers earned a percentage-boosting 95-point win against the Bloods, Eddy enjoyed a day out with ten shots on goal the icing on the cake.
The athletic forward also snared eight marks to go with his 16 disposals as 13 South Adelaide players registered themselves on the goal kicking list.
South has now entrenched itself in the top three, earning a valuable double chance in September with three matches to round out the minor round.
The Panthers have a blockbuster against Sturt at Hickinbotham Oval on Sunday before finishing with contests against North (Prospect) and Adelaide (Hickinbotham) sandwiched around a bye in Round 21.
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