The Rookie Scout: Round 13
Those pesky bye rounds are now upon us in fantasy football, a time of much carnage and gnashing of teeth as we are forced to maneuver our teams around and try and get 18 players on field.
At least we don’t have to worry too much about bye rounds in CoachKings!
Adelaide, Gold Coast, Richmond, St Kilda, Carlton and Collingwood players will all be sitting out this week, so we’ll be forced to try and field a full side without players from those teams. For any premo players you have from those teams, you’ll just have to sit on them and wait for them to come back, but for our rookies from those teams, it presents a very interesting conundrum. Do we sit on them for the week, or do we use the bye rounds as the time to move on our rookie players and up/downgrade them?
Every team will have different strategies through the bye rounds that’s for sure, but it will take some very careful planning to navigate through the next 3 weeks! But that’s what we’re here to help you with…hopefully.
Ryan DavisSC Price: $306,700 | AF Price: $313,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,400 Round 12 Stats: 11 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles, 2 goals, 65 SCPoints, 71 AFPoints, 85 CKPoints
His BE is just 35, but Gold Coast have the bye this week, so it’ll be stuck there until Round 14. The Suns will be taking on the Hawks in Round 14, followed by St Kilda and Brisbane, so there is a chance that Davis doesn’t score too highly, but I would suggest Davis doesn’t have a ton of cash left to add to his current price.
Clayton OliverSC Price: $323,800 | AF Price: $330,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,100 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday, Sydney VS Melbourne Round 12 Stats: 16 disposals, 8 tackles, 6 clearances, 55 SCPoints, 59 AFPoints, 57 CKPoints
Oliver did plenty of work in the middle with his tackling and clearances, but having 3 frees against, as well as 13 of his 16 disposals being handballs put a limit on his fantasy football scores. Oliver has a BE of 71 this week, with the Demons taking on the Swans. Melbourne have the Round 14 bye, so most will probably keep him this week and trade him out next week.
Christian PetraccaSC Price: $330,400 | AF Price: $351,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,500 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday, Sydney VS Melbourne Round 12 Stats: 20 disposals, 3 marks, 1 tackle, 1 goal, 3 inside 50’s, 89 SCPoints, 71 AFPoints, 113 CKPoints
Another great game from Petracca, who has averaged 77 SCPoints over his 7 games. His BE is 21 this week, so you can probably carry him through the byes and look to upgrade him from Round 16 onwards. You’d have to consider him for CoachKings this week, though the Demons do have a tough matchup VS Sydney.
Jack TrengoveSC Price: $156,500 | AF Price: $335,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,400 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday, Sydney VS Melbourne Round 12 Stats: 13 disposals, 4 marks, 1 goal, 9 tackles, 81 SCPoints, 86 AFPoints, 82 CKPoints
A very nice score from Trengove from only 13 disposals, which places his BE at -47 for Round 13. The Demons have the bye in Round 14, but he’s on the bubble this week, so he’s one you should consider bringing in if you can get it to work for you.
Darcy ParishSC Price: $324,000 | AF Price: $362,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,500 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday Afternoon Essendon VS GWS Round 12 Stats: 27 disposals, 3 marks, 3 tackles, 4 clearances, 76 SCPoints, 84 AFPoints, 81 CKPoints
19 handballs in his 27 disposals probably limited his SC output, which is a familiar theme for Parish in his debut year. His BE is 60 this week, and has the Round 14 bye, but his BE will be hovering around the 60-70 range for some time with his current scoring run. I’d still take a look at him VS GWS, 81 CKPoints is a decent return for his price.
Jacob HopperSC Price: $270,400 | AF Price: $331,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,900 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday Afternoon Essendon VS GWS Round 12 Stats: 16 disposals, 2 marks, 5 tackles, 3 clearances, 44 SCPoints, 65 AFPoints, 36 CKPoints
Just 6 effective disposals and 3 clangers for Hopper, which was a big hit for his Supercoach score. He’s averaging 69 SCPoints over his 5 games, but when you take his big debut game out of the equation, his average is just 60. The Giants have Essendon and Carlton, followed by Collingwood, Brisbane, Port, Richmond and GC, so there may be a chance he gets a run back in the midfield after spending more time forward against tougher opposition in the Bulldogs, Adelaide, Geelong and Sydney. BE is 54, but there is a chance he produces some good scores again. He’s super cheap in CoachKings and I’d be willing to take a punt on his midfield minutes increasing VS a weaker Essendon side, which could equal big points.
Sam KerridgeSC Price: $427,900 | AF Price: $451,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,600 Round 12 Stats: 27 disposals, 8 marks, 1 tackle, 81 SCPoints, 87 AFPoints, 76 CKPoints
Only 7 contested possessions for Kerridge, which was probably the difference between a score in the 80’s and potentially getting a big triple digit score again, but at least he didn’t totally tank with a score in the 60’s like he had done in his previous games after scoring 100+. Carlton have the bye this week, but his BE, which is 50 this week, will jump up significantly once that 126 rolls out of his average. Could be time to sell him soon, but I imagine a lot may hold him through the byes.
Mitch McGovernSC Price: $299,900 | AF Price: $290,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,700 Round 12 Stats: 10 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles, 1 goal, 51 SCPoints, 62 AFPoints, 69 CKPoints
Had his first price drop, only minor, but he still shed $3.8K after his mediocre performance against the Eagles. His BE is 71 for Round 14, with the Crows having this week off, but he’s at that point where you’d be looking to upgrade him if you still have him.
Matthew DeaSC Price: $370,900 | AF Price: $377,000 | CoachKings Price: $7,500 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday Afternoon Essendon VS GWS Round 12 Stats: 22 disposals, 10 marks, 5 tackles, 94 SCPoints, 105 AFPoints, 142 CKPoints
Nice bounce back game for Dea with a score of 94 SCPoints, after scores of 60 and 48 in his previous two games. His BE is up to 81 this week, though that will drop down a bit next week, but the Bombers have the bye in Round 14. I reckon that might be the perfect chance to upgrade him. There’s a slight chance he pops over 400K, but he’ll need another couple of good games to do that. Bombers next two games are against GWS and then West Coast in Perth, so it might be difficult.
Marcus AdamsSC Price: $370,400 | AF Price: $326,000 | CoachKings Price: $8,300 Round 12 Stats: N/A
Adams was a late withdrawal last week against Port Adelaide with an ankle injury. The Bullies have Geelong this week, which will be a tough match for sure, but his BE is 54, which is achievable. Tough decision to be made, Bulldogs have the bye in Round 14, so if he doesn’t play again this week I may consider moving him on for a guy on the bubble.
Darcy Byrne-JonesSC Price: $339,500 | AF Price: $326,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,800 Featured CoachKings Contest: Saturday, Fremantle VS Port Adelaide Round 12 Stats: 14 disposals, 5 marks, 6 tackles, 62 SCPoints, 74 AFPoints
He’s been a solid performer, but has had diminishing returns his last two games. A matchup against Freo and then Richmond in Round 15 should give him a chance to put up some good scores, but he’ll be right at his BE point, which currently sits at 69. It’ll probably be down to DBJ and Logan Austin in CoachKings this week; Austin piped DBJ by 8 CKPoints last week, so I’d probably save the extra cash with Logan again.
Anthony McDonald-TipungwutiSC Price: $384,800 | AF Price: $344,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,800 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday Afternoon Essendon VS GWS Round 12 Stats: N/A
Tipungwuti was rested last week, but should be back this week. Bombers will have the bye in Round 14 and his BE is 69 this week, so you should get one more game out of him at least.
Jacob WeiteringSC Price: $324,700 | AF Price: $306,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,000 Round 12 Stats: 16 disposals, 6 marks, 58 SCPoints, 65 AFPoints, 61 CKPoints
A queitish game from a fantasy football perspective, especially after what he scored in Round 11, but even a score of 58 SCPoints still puts his BE at 16 for this week. That will jump up bigtime once that 121 rolls out of his average however. The Blues have the bye this week, but he’s one I wouldn’t trade just yet unless you were absolutely forced too.
Oscar McDonaldSC Price: $275,000 | AF Price: $230,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,900 Featured CoachKings Contest: Sunday, Sydney VS Melbourne Round 12 Stats: 18 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles, 6 1%eres, 76 SCPoints, 58 AFPoints, 103 CKPoints
Another good score for O.McDonald, a return of 76 SCPoints is his 2nd highest score out of his 5 games played. His BE is -4 this week, but will jump up to the 40’s in Round 15 after the Demons have their bye. Will have a big job this week against Sydney, but I think he could be a very good buy at his price.
Sam CollinsSC Price: $173,500 | AF Price: $220,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,200 Featured CoachKings Contest: Saturday, Fremantle VS Port Adelaide Round 12 Stats: 8 disposals, 5 marks, 2 tackles 6 1%ers, 39 SCPoints, 44 AFPoints, 58 CKPoints
A bad result for Collins, especially after most would have started him over Ruggles, but even with a score of 39 SCPoints his BE still it’s at -35 thanks to his big Round 11 score. Freo have the bye in Round 15, so he’ll still earn you some cash for two more weeks. Would be a risk at his price in CoachKings.
Mason CoxSC Price: $269,400 | AF Price: $257,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,100 Round 12 Stats: 5 disposals, 3 marks, 2 goals, 49 SCPoints, 48 AFPoints, 74 CKPoints
Cox had a slight price dip and his BE is now the same as what he scored last week, which is 49 SCPoints. The Pies have the bye this week, but Cox, being a ruck/forward swing, could be an extremely important backup piece to have during these bye weeks, so I’d hang on to him. He won’t lose any major amount of cash and can score decently, especially with the Pies taking on Freo and Carlton in Round 14 and 15.
THE BEST OF THE REST…
Kade Stewart – Might be the pick of the on the bubble downgrade options this week. He had 13 disposals, 6 marks, 5 inside 50’s and 2 goals against Essendon for 70 SCPoints. Scored 90 SCPoints on his debut against the Demons and at $102K now has a BE of -98. Has North and then Gold Coast before the Round 15 bye. Would have to take a look at him in CoachKings, he’s only $4,500 and scored 91 CKPoints last week.
Marc Pittonet – Filled in for Ceglar and did a decent job with 6 disposals, 7 tackles, 11 hitouts and 64 SCPoints. Won’t be in the side long-term at this stage though.
Mitch Brown – Had a pretty good game against the Hawks with 16 disposals, 8 marks and a goal for 66 SCPoints. His BE is 71 this week, but the Bombers have the Rd 14 bye, so you might think about holding on to him for one more week.
Will Hams – Decent effort again for Hams with 14 disposals, 4 marks and 6 tackles for 61 SCPoints. There aren’t a ton of downgrade options available in the FWD line at the moment and Hams is on the bubble this week, so some might look in his direction, though he is slightly more expensive at $158K.
Logan Austin – About a repeat effort for Austin with 13 disposals, 7 marks, 4 tackles and 7 1%ers for 57 SCPoints. He had 12 uncontested possessions in there, which would slightly lower his Supercoach score, compared to the 76 he scored in AFL Fantasy. On the bubble this week with a BE of -49, so a downgrade option to consider with Port having the Round 14 bye.
Dougal Howard – Made up for his shocking score against the Pies a bit with 60 SCPoints against the Bullies. He had 9 disposals, 6 marks, 1 goal and 7 hitouts. BE is slightly higher at 44 due to that dud score in Round 11.
Josh Dunkley – 14 disposals, 6 tackles and 3 clearances for Dunkley, though he did have 10 handballs in there. He scored 59 SCPoints, which is just above his average of 57 and now has a BE of 35, with the Bulldogs taking on Geelong before having the Round 14 bye.
Bailey Williams – Played just his 4th game of the year, but continued with a low score, having 14 disposals and 5 marks for 44 SCPoints. Average is 48 and his BE is already 23.
Jarrad Jansen – He had a big debut game with 21 disposals and 98 SCPoints, but couldn’t back it up against the Dockers with just 9 disposals and 7 tackles for 35 SCPoints. Wasn’t helped but only having 4 effective disposals either. His BE is still -59 and Brisbane have the Round 15 bye, so you’d need to trade him in this week if you want to jump on with the Lions playing the Eagles at the Gabba before taking on the Tigers at the MCG.
Ben Keays – Struggled just like Jansen did, with only 4 disposals and 2 marks to his name for 23 SCPoints. His BE has moved up to 56 and his year average is just 55, so it looks like he might have peaked for the moment at $243K. Remember, Ryan Davis was in a similar situation, so he could turn it around with a few good games.
Josh Schache – Kicked 2 goals, but didn’t do a lot else with just 5 disposals (an equal career low) and 3 marks for 50 SCPoints.
Darcy Tucker – A very good performance from Tucker, with 19 disposals (16 kicks), 4 marks, 2 goals, 7 inside 50’s and 4 clearances for 71 SCPoints. Was hurt by having 5 clangers however. Still priced at $190K with a BE of -19, the Dockers will take on Port Adelaide and then Collingwood before having the Round 15 bye.
Tom Ruggles – Ruggles had his highest SC score ever, which was probably annoying for all those who started Sam Collins ahead of him. He had 17 disposals, 3 marks and 2 tackles for 81 SCPoints against North. His BE is now 41, which is likely to dip even lower next week once the score of 34 comes out of his average, so with the Cats having the Round 15 bye, you should be looking to keep him for the next fortnight at least.
Lincoln McCarthy – Not a ton of opportunities for McCarthy, who only had 8 disposals and 4 tackles for 38 SCPoints. His BE is 48 this week, which is just below his season average of 54, but again, with the Cats having the bye in Round 15, you can probably keep him for another fortnight.
Tom Lee – Lee only played half a game after he twisted a knee and didn’t return for the 2nd half, but even with the injury, he wasn’t really tearing it up out there, finishing with just 2 disposals and a mark for 14 SCPoints. St Kilda have the bye this week, so at least Lee will have some time to recover.
Jade Gresham – About his usual output against the Blues, Gresham had 12 disposals, 3 marks and 2 goals for 49 SCPoints, with 4 clangers hurting his score. With the Saints having the bye you could think about trading him out for a bubble guy like Stewart or Trengove, but his BE is only 38, so there may be a little more cash to squeeze out of him yet.
Lewis Pearce – Made his AFL debut against the Blues and had 6 disposals, 1 mark, 1 goal and 10 hitouts for 38 SCPoints. Probably not worth considering with that sort of score, even if he is a rare rookie ruck who is playing.
Ciaran Byrne – He’s had two very poor scores since his big breakout game against North, scoring 49 SCPoints against the Lions and 48 SCPoints last week against St Kilda. His BE is 99 this week, and with the Blues having the Rd 13 bye, it might be the perfect time to move him on.
Liam Sumner – A nice return game for Sumner who missed Round 11 with injury. He had 14 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles and 3 inside 50’s for a career high 78 SCPoints. That score of 2 SCPoints in Rd 10 is still there, so his BE is 49, which is achievable, but it will drop significantly after that.
Daniel Gorringe – Back to the basement for Gorringe, scoring 37 SCPoints from 7 disposals, 5 marks, 2 behinds and 9 hitouts. His BE will be 39 for Round 14, which he should achieve, but you never know with him.
Jayden Short – Short had his best game ever against the Suns last week, having career highs in nearly every statistical category with 18 disposals, 6 marks, 3 tackles, 4 rebound 50’s and 82 SCPoints. That has pushed his BE down to 25, but the Tigers have the Round 13 bye, so he won’t get a chance to add to that until Round 14 when the Tigers take on the Lions.
Daniel Rioli – His third quiet game in a row now, with Rioli having a 3 round average of just 31 SCPoints. His BE is 64, so the 8% of teams that have him might want to consider cutting their losses with him.
Peter Wright – Finally added to his goal tally after being kept goalless the previous 2 games, Wright had 10 disposals, 5 marks and 2 goals VS Richmond for 62 SCPoints. The Suns will have the bye in Round 13, so he’ll look to add a bit to his price in Round 14 with a BE of 49.
Jesse Joyce – On the bubble, but hasn’t really looked worth investing in, with scores of 28 and 26 SCPoints.
Sam Reid – Retired in 2013, and has been playing in the NEAFL for the Giants as a player/coach, but played in the Giants 100th game. He was OK with 12 disposals, 4 tackles and a goal for 46 SCPoints. I probably wouldn’t expect him to suit up for the Giants in the AFL again though.
Callum Mills – A nice welcome back for Mills who had Round 11 off. He had 20 disposals, 4 marks and 4 inside 50’s for 74 SCPoints. Mills has found his ownership drop from 44% in Round 7, down to 15.7%, but with Mills having a BE of 55 and the bye in Round 14, if you still own him then keep him for one more week.
James Rose – Rose was inaccurate in front of goal, kicking 1.3, but made up for it elsewhere, having 13 disposals, 8 marks and 7 tackles for 63 SCPoints and 98 AFPoints. On the bubble this week, but forward options are lacking.
Harrison Marsh – Injured a hamstring, so will likely miss a few weeks. He had 6 disposals, 2 marks and 2 tackles for 35 SCPoints.
Josh Smith – Smith had his lowest SC score this year, producing just 42 points off of 17 disposals, with 13 of them being uncontested. The Pies have the bye this week, but Smith’s BE is 77, which is above his yearly average of 69, so you could definitely consider trading him for one of the bubble boys should that fit your bye round structures.
Tom Phillips – Had his debut game for the Pies and did OK, finishing with 15 disposals, 3 marks, 5 tackles and 64 SCPoints. Collingwood have the bye this week, so he’d make a solid Rd 14 or 15 downgrade option.
Ben Kennedy – Had a nice response to being dropped for Round 11, producing his highest score since Rd 2. He finished with 29 disposals, 10 marks, 1 goal, 3 goal assists and 2 tackles for 94 SCPoints. His BE is still 83, but that will drop a fair bit for Round 15.
Josh Wagner – Wagner had 16 disposals, 4 tackles and 60 SCPoints with a BE of just 38 this week, he’ll still make some more cash.
Jayden Hunt – Usual effort from Hunt, who apart from a big game against the Gold Coast in Round 7 hasn’t really been all that great. He scored just 45 SCPoints from 13 disposals and 3 marks.
ROUND 13 BUBBLE BOYS
Jack Trengove – 156K, MID
Kade Stewart – 102K, MID
Marc Pittonet – 123K, RUC
James Rose – 155K, FWD
Will Hams – 158K, FWD
Jarrad Jansen – 123K, MID
Rhys Mathieson – 117, MID
Logan Austin – 123K, DEF
AROUND THE GROUNDS…
Kieran Collins – Collins had 21 disposals, 8 marks and 3 rebound 50’s as Footscray won a tight contest over Geelong 67-60.
Sam Menegola – Another solid performance from Menegola as he returns from his previous injuries, he had 25 disposals, 5 marks, 3 tackles and 4 inside 50’s for Geelong.
Kurt Heatherly – Heatherly led the Box Hill Hawks for possessions with 22 possessions, as well as 5 marks, 4 inside 50’s, 3 rebound 50’s and 2 tackles as the Hawks went down to the Northern Blues, 67 to 103.
Dallas Willsmore – Big game for Willsmore, kicking 3 goals, as well as having 21 disposals, 5 marks and 5 tackles.
Kieran Lovell – Lovell had 20 disposals, 5 marks, 3 tackles and 3 inside 50’s for the Box Hill Hawks.
Teia Miles – Kicked a pair of goals, and also had 15 disposals and 3 marks.
Kaiden Brand – Was his usual self for the Hawks in defense, grabbing 7 marks as well has having 3 disposals and 3 tackles.
Billy Gowers – Gowers was well above his season average of 16 disposals, having 26 against the Box Hill Hawks, as well as 10 marks and 5 inside 50’s.
Ciaran Sheehan – Just his 2nd VFL match since the end of 2014 after his 2015 season was wiped out with a groin issue and missed the start of the 2016 season with a hip flexor injury. Still finding his feet, but had 15 disposals, 2 marks and 2 inside 50’s.
Jack Silvagni – Might be getting close to an AFL debut with his recent performances. He had 4 goals, along with 13 disposals, 7 marks and 2 tackles against the Hawks and has kicked 11 goals in his last 3 VFL matches after missing a few weeks with a thigh injury.
Andrew Phillips- Dominated in the ruck with 56 hitouts, as well as 14 disposals (all kicks) and 8 marks, along with 4 inside 50’s. Blues won the hitouts 94 to 21 on the day.
Matthew Goodyear – Quiet game for Goodyear with just 8 disposals, but did have 6 tackles as Collingwood beat the Casey Scorpions 59-19.
Eli Templeton – Templeton led the Sandringham Zebra’s in disposals, with 29, along with 4 marks, 5 inside 50’s, 6 rebound 50’s and 2 behinds as the Zebras beat the Bombers 103-75.
Tom Curren – Just 19 disposals for Curren, as well as 5 marks and a goal.
Jack Lonie – Did his damage in front of goals, booting 5 majors straight, as well as having 14 disposals, 6 marks and 3 tackles.
James Polkinghorne – Led the bombers in disposals with 30, along with 6 marks, 3 tackles and 8 inside 50’s.
Jason Ashby – Ashby had 35 disposals, 5 marks, 4 tackles and 4 rebound 50’s for the Bombers.
Aaron Francis – Disappointing news with Francis suffering a quad injury in the match against Sandringham during the first quarter and sat out the rest of the game, finishing up with 3 disposals and a mark in very limited game time. It has already been announced that he should be OK to play in the VFL this week with Essendon taking on Weribee on Sunday.
Luke Lowden – Led the Crows in goal kicking, booting 4.3, as well as having 16 disposals, 5 marks and 13 hitouts. He’s kicked 15 goals in 9 games for the year now, but won’t likely play unless Sauce is injured.
Alex Keath – Another solid game down back for Keath with 22 disposals, 7 marks, 4 tackles and 3 rebound 50’s as the Crows reserves side defeated the Norwood Redlges 100-53.
Jono Beech – Hit the scoreboard for 2 goals, as well as having 18 disposals and 9 marks.
Harrison Wigg – Was a bit down possession wise due to Brad Crouch (37 disposals) and Cam Ellis Yolmem (41 disposals) dominating so much from stoppages, but finished with 20 disposals, 3 marks and 3 tackles.
Jesse Palmer – Another solid game for Palmer as he had 19 disposals, 6 marks, 4 tackles and 5 inside 50’s as the Port Adelaide Magpies fell to Sturt 68-86.
Billy Frampton – Held his own in the ruck, finishing with 29 hitouts, as well as having 12 disposals, 6 marks and kicking a goal.
Riley Boner – Slightly down on his season average of 15 possessions, gathering 12 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles and 3 rebound 50’s.
There was no scheduled WAFL action last week, with every team having a bye.
Rhys Mathieson – Continues to put up numbers in the reserves, having 28 disposals, 8 marks, 3 tackles and 5 inside 50’s as the Brisbane Lions reserves fell to Southport 96-69.
Billy Evans – Been a one and done player in the AFL this year, playing Rounds 3 and 9 and was dropped both times. He had 28 disposals, 8 marks, 2 tackles and 5 inside 50’s against Southport.
Eric Hipwood – A product of the Lions academy, Brisbane have already announced that Hipwood will be debuting at AFL level this week. He had 9 touches, 5 marks and 2 goals against Southport and has kicked 12.4 in 9 NEAFL games this year.
Matthew Hammelmann – Decent game for him, with Hammelmann being moved down back in recent weeks. He had 17 disposals and 10 marks.
Jake Barrett – Big game for Barrett against the Sydney reserves, grabbing 40 possessions, 7 marks, 7 tackles and 3 inside 50’s. 27 handballs in that lot, which wouldn’t be the greatest for Supercoach though.
Harrison Himmelberg – Had a very good game down back for the Giants with 29 disposals, 9 marks and 5 rebound 50’s as the UWS Giants beat Sydney 109-108.
Matthew Kennedy – One of the best for the Giants against Sydney, kicking 3 goals along with 26 disposals, 9 marks and 5 tackles.
Jeremy Finlayson – Was above his usual average of 18 disposals, with 28 disposals, 7 marks, 3 tackles and a goal.
Nic Newman – Led the Swans in disposals with 31, as well as 2 marks, 8 tackles, 8 inside 50’s and 6 rebound 50’s.
Jordan Foote – Kicked a pair of goals along with 21 disposals, 2 marks and 8 tackles.
Tyrone Leonardis – Kicked 3.1 for the game, as well as having 20 disposals, 3 marks, 3 tackles and 4 inside 50’s.
Aliir Aliir – Good game down back for Aliir, having 19 disposals, 5 marks, 4 tackles and 8 rebound 50’s.
Sam Naismith – Took the main ruck duties, but impacted the scoreboard too, kicking 2.1, along with having 9 disposals, 3 marks, 6 tackles and 43 hitouts. Likely that Toby Nankervis, who was the senior emergency for the AFL side gets Tippett’s gig though.