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Write up some player reviews from the GWS v Sydney match in the comments below and we’ll whack ’em up in this post, best of all we’ll credit whoever submits a successful review. You’ll have your name in print!

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GWS Performances:

  • Stephen Coniglio (MID $448,800) After another solid performance in the nab challenge, the young Giants gun could be set for a big season. With 90 points against the Swans Coniglio could be a bit of a POD selection in terms of mid-pricers. The Giants are set to grow as a team with Coniglio expected to spend a lot more time in the midfield. I expect him to have a great year this year and breakout. Locked away at m6 in my midfield. – Jake R
  • Heath Shaw (DEF $497,800) If you’ve got him at D1 you’ll be feeling bloody confident going into the H&A season. Another solid performance of 110 and looks to be every bit of the top 6 defender Jock and the boys said he would be. – Marco_Polo94
  • Ryan Griffen (MID $530,700) Absolutely locked into my side. He might have only scored 94, but with a tag and bustling about in the midfield with Sydney’s onballers, his stats look very good. – Patch
  • Phil Davis (DEF $319,600) Could be one hell of a POD now that he’s been healthy for a while and got a real preseason under his belt. 114 Supercoach points. – Luke
  • Jeremy Cameron (FWD $303,700) Kicked a lazy 5 and licking his lips at the silver platter service from the midfield. – SCOTLAND THE BRAVE
  • Cam McCarthy (FWD $210,700) Another solid if unspectacular outing, if named rd 1 he might find his way onto my bench. – hellborndemons
  • Shane Mumford (RUC $613,700) Might of shaken some of the thousands of owners he has gripped on too after the draw was released. Up against a full strength Swans side, and stood up as GWS big man controlling the ruck. 71 SC points, and looks set to start the real thing. Set to dominate this season, as the 1st choice ruck option. Bloody good set and forget. Lock him in Eddie! – tommyc

Sydney Performances:

  • Isaac Heeney (MID $137,300) Another strong showing from the Bondi Blondie should see him locked into all midfield benches. Played a largely outside role, but made the most of his opportunities when they came, picking up 12 disposals (83.3% D.E), taking four marks, laying five tackles and sinking two majors. Vest is and has always been a worry, but a strong showing in a full strength Sydney side makes Heeney an absolute lock for all midfield benches. – Jordo
  • Tom Mitchell (FWD/MID $$405,600) Had a decent showing with 68 points from 56% TOG. Solid option but may not get enough games to warrant his selection in your starting team. – Tyler
  • Luke Parker (MID $583,000) Has been locked in my team as a PoD for a couple of weeks now. People will shy away because he isn’t DPP but stuff that he is still going to knock out big scores all year. 108 for today. – Marco_Polo94
  • Lance Franklin (FWD $537,200) Didn’t get a run at it today but it was not his fault, but going into Rd 1 without much to show and a potential concussion is not helpful. – hellborndemons
  • Craig Bird (FWD $472,700)  Match Winner. Wasn’t at his best today, nor his worst. Played mostly up FWD, where you expect him to play this season. Tom Mitchell is now pushing him for his birth in RD1, and will add pressure on the Bird Man. At his price, he shouldn’t warrant a selection. – tommyc

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39 Comments

Josh · 22/03/2015 at 22:06

Parker looked bloody good!

    Luke · 22/03/2015 at 22:09

    Are you put off by loss of Dual Position status? He'd still be a pretty good source of points though

      LEKD0G · 22/03/2015 at 22:09

      I have had him locked since the word go

        Luke · 22/03/2015 at 22:13

        Fair, but for a little more I'm going with Gray.

      Patch · 22/03/2015 at 22:13

      Not at all, only possible put off is how many others I have in the midfield. Definite POD.

        demon · 22/03/2015 at 22:21

        jpk v parker?
        was originally going with jpk due to his proven track record, but parker could pip him this year

Luke · 22/03/2015 at 22:07

Phil Davis could be one hell of a POD now that he's been healthy for a while and got a real preseason under his belt.

Chicko · 22/03/2015 at 22:10

Unfortunately, I didn’t get to watch the game Jock. What I did see was a highlight, or lowlight, and that was Gary Rohan knocking out Buddy. Can the Ranga do anything right? One to avoid at all costs!!

Patch · 22/03/2015 at 22:12

Griffin absolutely locked into my side. He might have only scored 94, but with a tag and bustling about in the midfield with Sydney's onballers, his stats look very good.

Wanted more from Mumford. Had a chance to knock Naismith over and didn't. Debate intensifying over starting him at 600k.

Parker good. Heeney very good. Mitchell good but not for selection; especially if the vest is anything to go by.

Important to remember that with 6 on the bench all players get less time on the ground, and likely less time in the midfield, and points need to be shared across 48 players, not 44.

    KJU FC · 22/03/2015 at 22:14

    brilliant Patchy

    Marco_Polo94 · 22/03/2015 at 23:10

    Griffen or wines?

      cow roll · 23/03/2015 at 01:36

      Griff makes less mistakes

      David · 23/03/2015 at 14:11

      Wines. Emerging star in strong team. Griffen is a trap IMO
      Big fan of Wines and same price as Griffen, reliable body and wont be tagged due to Boak

@TylerCArmstrong · 22/03/2015 at 22:13

Would love to write a review but unfortunately didn't get to see the game. Great idea btw though Jock, You are a genius.

Jake R · 22/03/2015 at 22:15

Stephen Coniglio 448K
After another solid performance in the nab challenge, the young Giants gun could be set for a big season. With 90 points against the Swans and other high scores posted against other opposition, Coniglio could be a bit of a POD selection in terms of mid-pricers.The Giants are set to grow as a team with Coniglio expected to spend a lot more time in the midfield. I expect him to have a great year this year and breakout. Extremely. Locked away at m6 in my midfield

Marco_Polo94 · 22/03/2015 at 22:16

H. Shaw: If you've got him at D1 you'll be feeling bloody confident going into the H&A season. Another solid performance of 110 and looks to be every bit of the top 6 defender Jock and the boys said he would be.

Parker: Has been locked in my team as a PoD for a couple of weeks now. People will shy away because he isn't DPP but stuff that he is still going to knock out big scores all year. 108 for today.

Heeney: Should be locked away in everyones side, 98 SC points today and even if he gets the vest will still accrue coin on our benches.

Griffen and JPK: nothing new here will both be consistent performers throughout the season. Will be interesting to see how many people made the griffen to wines switch after yesterdays nab performance.

T.Mitchell: Just when everyone thought he was out of calculations he proves the doubters wrong. Started with the vest so make that what you will, however scored 68 SC points with only 56% ToG. #breakout

Jordo · 22/03/2015 at 22:17

Isaac Heeney (137,300 MID)
Another strong showing from the Bondi Blondie should see him locked into all midfield benches. Played a largely outside role, but made the most of his opportunities when they came, picking up 12 disposals (83.3% D.E), taking four marks, laying five tackles and sinking two majors. Vest is and has always been a worry, but a strong showing in a full strength Sydney side makes Heeney an absolute lock for all midfield benches

Carey94 · 22/03/2015 at 22:17

Lachie Neale still on a Supercoach high…great figures again tonight that will see him drifting into the hearts and teams of Supercoachers world-wide!

Clancee Pearce did a horrible job tagging Andrew Gaff, but showed a glimpse of something that may resemble some good output this year. Will be very up and down this season though.

Nat Fyfe – you know what you're getting when you fork out the big bucks…big price = big certainty of premium output

Nic Nat – first game of 2015 – shaky start but won't read too much into it…lock into my R2 currently!

Garrick Ibbotson – Good game tonight, and showing why many are selecting him for D3-5 spots in their backline. Close watch!

Carey94

    Carey94 · 22/03/2015 at 22:19

    This was for the Freo v WCE match, not the Sydney v GWS, sorry!

Tyler · 22/03/2015 at 22:18

Isaac Heeney had a terrific game. Had 92 supercoach points, kicked a few goals and got stuck into it. Locked for round 1.
Shane Mumford didn't have the best game of his career, but not to worry, he will pick up his game in the actual stuff. Only got 73 sc points.
Tom Mitchell had a decent showing with 68 points from 56% TOG. Solid option but may not get enough games to warrant his selection in your starting team.
Lance Franklin had a big knock with Gary Rohan but I reckon he will be right for round 1.
Ryan Griffen with 96 sc points. Good enough for me with his previous games to have at m5.

All scores:

Phil Davis — 114
Heath Shaw- 111
Luke Parker — 109
Nick Smith — 100
Dan Hannebery — 99
Jeremy Cameron — 98
Tomas Bugg — 98
Josh Kennedy — 96
Ryan Griffen — 94
Lewis Jetta — 94
Stephen Coniglio — 92
Isaac Heeney — 91
Heath Grundy — 91
Joel Patfull — 86
Dylan Shiel — 81
Callan Ward — 80
Dane Rampe — 77
Rhys Palmer — 76
Adam Treloar — 75
Toby Greene — 74
Jake Lloyd — 73
Devon Smith — 73
Rhyce Shaw — 72
Craig Bird — 72
Shane Mumford — 71
Dean Towers — 71
Adam Tomlinson — 71
Nick Haynes — 69
Tom Mitchell — 68
Aidan Corr — 66
Joshua Kelly — 63
Mike Pyke — 62
Jeremy Laidler — 61
Harry Cunningham — 54
Gary Rohan — 52
Adam Goodes — 50
Sam Naismith — 50
Tom Scully — 49
Lachie Whitfield — 48
Ted Richards — 46
Sam Reid — 45
Cam McCarthy — 39
Daniel Robinson — 29
Will Hoskin-Elliott — 28
Matt Buntine — 27
Curtly Hampton — 27
Kieren Jack — 25
Lance Franklin — 0

@RagingBulls34 · 22/03/2015 at 22:23

Heeney: With Franklin going down early the Swans lacked a go to target inside their forward 50. Enter Isaac Heeney. The blonde ball magnet gathered the pill 12 times and played as a lead up forward target. Took some very nice grabs and kicked two goals. When the game was in the balance, Heeney took a lovely intercept mark and booted it in to the 50, which resulted in Bird's match winning goal. His attack on the ball was ferocious, since he lead up to the ball to mark it instead of stopping and propping like some players. Along with his five tackles and 95 odd supercoach points, Heeney looks to be a very good midfield rookie pick, barring the dreaded sub vest.

Simon · 22/03/2015 at 22:27

Parker or jpk?

    throttlefinger · 22/03/2015 at 23:05

    Tough call, Simon. JPK is at a ceiling price yet has gone 120 in the past. Sting of losing in GF could push him. Parker, my guess is that he'll match last season but won't exceed. Think he's a season away from being a 115-120 scorer.

    If you have the loot, I'd go JPK. Take the proven beast slightly over the soon-to-be beast.

    Slime · 22/03/2015 at 23:07

    Good Question

SCOTLAND THE BRAVE · 22/03/2015 at 22:33

Blond sir Issac not only put his hand up for round one with a polished display he may well have already overtaken a couple of swans fighting for a spot in the midfield. No wonder we changed the rules about academy picks this kid can play. Showed his class throughout right up to the last minute when he set up the angry bird for the winning sausage roll. When named not if in round one don’t worry about a lock if he is not in your team then you may as well grab the skis and head to the snow over winter as Supercoach is not your bag. Buddy and Red Rohan had to take out collision insurance and jack in the box needed an extra side if ribs, should all be ok for round

GWS proved they are no longer going to be easy beats with the The artful Griffen adding polish to an already potent midfield dripping with talent looks like he is enjoying his footy again. Cameron kicked a lazy 5 and licking his lips at the silver platter service from the midfield. R u shaw also looks like he is going to be one of the premium backman pumping out a very nice 111 supercoach points.

hellborndemons · 22/03/2015 at 22:34

Highlights:

Luke Parker – Quite simply a great player and seems to be taking the next step this year. Always wary of reading too much into pre-season form, but just looks like he has another gear in the regular season.

Isaac Heeney – Whilst wary of him being rested and/or vested throughout the year, he is classy and will likely slot into the side come round 1. Decent value and has proven worthy of a bench spot at least.

Tom Mitchell – Was ok today, but unlikely to be in my side come Rd 1 due to JS issues and some occasionally iffy disposal

Cam McCarthy – Another solid if unspectacular outing, if named rd 1 he might find his way onto my bench

Lowlights:

Griffen – Rough to land here, but expect more from him if he was to slot into my team. Not terrible and wouldn't hold it against anyone selecting him.

Toby Greene – Not a great game and not convinced enough to risk it when there are better and cheaper options

Lance Franklin – Not his fault, but going into Rd 1 without much to show a potential concussion is not helpful

@N_Zvezdakoski · 22/03/2015 at 22:35

Heath Shaw: Looked very good today and firms as a lock in our defence. A solid 21 disposals at 86% Disposal Efficiency (with 17 of his 21 being kicks). He has had a solid pre-season and looks to be one player in our defence that could crack the ton this year. Locked in to my side at this stage and will start barring any injury between now and Round 1.

Isaac Heeney: Not often a kid with two vowels in his first and surname gets into our pre-season squads, or any squad for that matter, although this one is different. Only the 12 dispoals today but his relentless pressure leading to 5 tackles, 4 inside 50's and two goals surely puts him in contention for a Round 1 birth. 91 supercoach at a rookie price, not much more to ask for. Beware of the vest one says, but at this stage surely a lock in our squads.

tommyc · 22/03/2015 at 22:43

Shane Mumford – Might of shaken some of the thousands of owners he has gripped on too after the draw was released. Up against a full strength Swans side, and stood up as GWS big man controlling the ruck. 71 SC points, and looks set to start the real thing. Set to dominate this season, as the 1st choice ruck option. Bloody good set and forget. Lock him in Eddie!

Phil Davis – Another good NAB illusion. Handle the defense along with Heath Shaw as the experienced heads. Pumped out a solid 114 with 11 marks, to do some of us coach's heads in. Should be a Key man down back this year for a growing GWS side.

throttlefinger · 22/03/2015 at 22:46

Love this idea!

Shaw and Mummy are my locks. Was hoping more from Cam McCarthy. Not worth the risk. Will be a SC star in a season or two.

Swans, Heeney definitely impressed. Parker I think will match but not exceed last year. JPK will go 115 and KJack will announce himself again as a SC star.

tommyc · 22/03/2015 at 22:48

Jeremy Cameron – Gee this kid is going to be a gun. 5 goals, 98 SC points. Out-marking a few of the Swans prized defenders. Another FWD, putting his hand up for a SuperCoach birth as a sneaky POD. Could be one to watch this season. Put him on your radar.

    Spifflicator · 24/03/2015 at 11:52

    He’s in my team at F3, may slide to 4 behind Swan

tommyc · 22/03/2015 at 22:52

Craig Bird – Match Winner. Wasn't at his best today, nor his worst. Played mostly up FWD, where you expect him to play this season. Tom Mitchell is now pushing him for his birth in RD1, and will add pressure on the Bird Man. At his price, he shouldn't warrant a selection.

Peter Dale · 22/03/2015 at 23:07

Tom Mitchell (FWD/MID, $405,600)
Started sub which is a bit of a worry. Didn't really get into the game had 18 disposals at 61.1%. Had the 6 tackles and 8 contested possessions scoring 68 pts. Not as much of a lock as he was but still think he will be a solid pick.

Isaac Heeney (MID, $137,300)
Played up forward and really stood up as a target when buddy went down. Had the 12 disposals at 83.3% had the 6 contested possessions 5 marks a great contested mark to set up the win on the siren for the swans showed great composure. Had the 5 tackles 2 goals and 81% TOG scoring 91 pts. LOCK.

Heath Shaw (DEF, $497,800)
Showed us why he should be in every defence with 111 pts from 21 disposals 17 kicks 4 handballs at 85.7%. 16 uncontested possessions with 86% TOG. Got to have him.

James Sammut · 23/03/2015 at 00:03

Toby Greene – Well it's 2015 and the GWS midfield is literally brimming with fresh options left, right and centre. Griffen, Ward, Treloar, Whitfield, Shiel… everywhere you turn you could hang a Brownlow or B&F around their neck in the next 5 years. Toby Greene put his hand up to be among the elite of the competition with his 116, 127, 126, 165, 125 run to end 2014. I was along for the ride and enjoyed the peaks. But perhaps the grass isn't always Greene-r in 2015. Locked in my team since Grand Final 2014, Greene looks to be swamped by the plethora of other GWS midfield options, often hanging back off packs or running around off half back. Will explode if you don't pick him. Will disappoint if you do. Good luck!

Paul · 23/03/2015 at 07:25

Will Steele get early games? I don't have Heeney but want to fit him in my mids. I currently have Newton, Boekhorst, Vandenberg, Ellis-Yolmen, Steele, Krakouer. Also do I trade Newton to Cripps? Cheers

    Morse · 23/03/2015 at 17:18

    Yes definitely Cripps in my opinion

jmy7 · 23/03/2015 at 17:50

griffin or boak, have a think about it for me?? who

Tim · 24/03/2015 at 15:36

Parker vs Hannebery?
Or pretty much the same player?

James · 26/03/2015 at 17:21

Hampton from GWS, POD or not?

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