Hyundai A-League team of the week: Round 6

How many Mariners made the team of the week? Check out Round 6's best right here.


Vedran Janjetovic (WSW) Line ball between Janjetovic and Jamie Young, but Ross McCormack will be seeing the Wanderers shot-stopper in his nightmares after his masterclass at AAMI.

Vedran Janjetovic



Bart Schenkeveld (City). What a player!. Dealt with everything that came near him and did an excellent job on an in-form Oriol Riera.

City defender Bart Schenkeveld


Alan Baro (Mariners) Coming off with a bandaged head after a superb shift shutting down Sydney FC – the Spaniard earned his standing ovation with a dominant display in the weekend’s most eye-catching result.

Alan Baro


Rhys Williams (Victory) Bossed it at the back and looked at ease on the ball in his best Victory performance in the 1-1 draw with Roar.

Rhys Williams


Nigel Boogaard (Jets) Recovered from an early Adelaide onslaught to guide his side to victory in his 200th appearance.

Nigel Boogaard



Ben Kantarovski (Jets) His rare goal from a rehearsed corner move is another indicator of just how well the Jets are travelling. And what a season “Kanta” is having.

Ben Kantarovski and Jordan Elsey


Tom Hiariej (Mariners) Absolutely bossed the midfield and shackled Sydney FC in the centre of the park. One of the many heroes in yellow for the Mariners.

Tom Hiariej



Leroy George (Victory) Deserved a goal for keeping Brisbane on the back foot with his purposeful shooting and crossing.

Leroy George


Dimitri Petratos (Jets) Newcastle funneled their attack through the in-form Petratos, who provided a perfect cross for the Ben Kantarovski's equaliser.

Dimi Petratos


Andrew Hoole (Mariners) A class goal an assist from the corner for the second and purposeful display - “Hooley” was on fire in a brilliant win over the champions.

Hoole celebrates a fabulous opener for the Mariners


Roy Krishna (Phoenix) Buzzed around and caused mayhem with his pace and guile all night. May not have scored but was the most influential Phoenix player on a day when the home sides clicked beautifully in the 5-2 win.

Roy Krishna


Manager of the round: Paul Okon (Mariners) Some post game enthusiastic dance moves and fist-pumping showed just how much it meant to him. And to knock off the best team in the league – deservedly too – was a massive story for the up-and-coming Mariners.