Griff's Dream Team for Week Five

EX-BRISBANE Roar Keeper Griffin McMaster is back with his pick of the week's talent in his latest Team Of The Week.

GK Liam Reddy
Central Coast Mariners
Made a number of important saves to keep his team in the game. No keeper in the world could of saved the goal that went it. After a long lay off to come into the team and being patient for his return he played well.

DL Adam Da'puzzo
Western Sydney Wanderers
Very sound left back gives 100% every time he takes the field. Gol Gol Mebrahtu did well to get down his side a few times, however, Adam should be credited for the cross that setup the winning goal.

DC Matthew Spiranovic
Western Sydney Wanderers
Only learnt of his selection very late, came in and did a very solid job at the heart of defence. Never easy to go away from home and keep a clean sheet and he was a big contributor to that.

DC Kew Jaliens
Newcastle Jets
Opened the scoring and was everywhere in defence. Had to come up against Adelaide's attack via Carrusca, Ferriara and Geronino and did very well to accommodate them.

DR Jack Hingert
Brisbane Roar
The guy’s been pretty consistent since his signing for Roar. Had to handle Josh Rose on his side and did pretty well.

ML Andrew Hoole
Newcastle Jets
Developing strong at Jets. Made a good assist for Adam Taggart. His confidence is high at the moment and expect to see similar performances.

MC Alessandro Del Piero
Sydney FC
The guy makes a massive difference coming into the team. All Sydney players had their backs to the wall and he helps lift the side. Scored the winning goal need I say more?

MC Mitch Nichols
Melbourne Victory
Played a part in both goals was ever present in 53 passes and 80% pass completion. Seems to be adapting well in the Victory shirt.

MR Shannon Cole
Western Sydney Wanderers
Had a good match, always a ghosting type of player, in and around the box. He crept up at the perfect stage of the match and scored the winning goal.

SC Archie Thompson
Melbourne Victory
Gets on the score sheet for the second week in a row. Starting to cut out the off sides he has accumulated from the start of the season. Work rate was very solid. Victory had the numerical advantage and he was very busy. Sydney parked the bus and was always going to be a challenge.

SC Fabio Ferriera
Adelaide United
Having a solid season so far at Adelaide. Involved in a lot of the play and didn't deserve to be part of a losing side. On the score sheet again. He's certainly proving his worth at the club.