If you’re a big AFL fan, you’ll be glued to the TV this weekend.
Today, the Gold Coast Suns hope to show Port Adelaide who’s boss when they meet at Metricon Stadium.
Seb Tape will make his long-awaited return to the club, with coach Guy McKenna hoping to see something special from the 22-year-old.
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“For every game he’s played for the Gold Coast Suns, I can’t say he’s been the best on the ground in any of them, but he finds a way to win,” said McKenna.
“He’s obviously had a terrible run this year with his hamstring and his knee and to his credit not one whinge, not one moan. He’s just head down, backside up and they’re the sort of blokes you want to play with.”
Tape hasn’t played since the end of the 2013 due to an ongoing hamstring complaint.
Also playing this weekend are the Brisbane Lions against Collingwood, Essendon, who’ll face the West Coast Eagles, Adelaide will clash with Richmond and St Kilda go against the Sydney Swans.