Sean Lemmens was brilliant once again down back for the SUNS against St Kilda.
In a role he has made his own throughout 2021, playing on some of the competitions best small forwards, the milestone man was once again tough at the contest and assured with ball in hand.
Lemmens said the process to getting back in the winner’s circle was “simple”.
“Unfortunately, we couldn’t quite finish there at the end,” Lemmens said.
“I think it comes down to the simple things today.”
“Giving the first handball or kick, head over the footy and we couldn’t quite get that done.
Playing in his 100th game, becoming the 15th player to do so for the SUNS, Lemmens said running out with his daughter was an eye-opening moment.
“Seeing her face and how happy she was, really puts everything into perspective.”
So hopefully another 100 games soon and we can do it again.”
The SUNS will look to bounce back against the Lions next Saturday afternoon at Metricon Stadium.
“Thanks to our fans and all of our members for coming out today, your support was great.”
“It’s a big week on the track ahead.”
“We’ll be back bigger and better this weekend against the Lions.”