In the Mix – Who’s pushing for selection in Round 13?

NORWOOD is set to regain talented duo Dylan Stephens and Cameron Taheny ahead of Sunday’s clash with the second-placed Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium.

The duo will return to Norwood after both featuring for South Australia in the Under 18 State Championships.

Stephens has been a breath of fresh air for Norwood since making his debut in Round Two against Centrals.

The classy midfielder could be a chance to return after putting together a solid block of games for South Australia which included a game-high 33 disposals – including nine clearances in his last match against the Allies.

Mobile forward Cam Taheny is also a chance to return for Norwood after showing plenty in his first three games for the Redlegs.

Before leaving for the State Championships Taheny impressed up forward booting 11 goals in three games – including five against West Adelaide in Round Eight.

Speedy midfielder/forward Declan Hamilton is almost certain to return also after missing the Redlegs round 12 clash with a finger injury.

Hamilton is a chance to come straight back into the side to add some more polish up forward for the Legs.

Norwood’s Reserves also had an impressive win on Sunday which saw several players perform strongly.

Small forward Cody Szust performed well collecting 28 disposals and nine marks, while Chris Olsson was again strong collecting 26 touches.

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