The year has just flown by hasn’t it.
It feels like only yesterday we were scouting all these rookies in the pre-season, you blink and before you know it it’s almost Supercoach finals time!
Those dreaded injuries have struck us again this week, removing Michael Barlow from many of our teams and once again putting that elusive “full premo” team on the back burner for some of us. It also highlights just how important having backups can be, especially if you’re starting to run low, or trying to save trades for the finals which will be here soon. Hopefully we can find a player that fits your shopping list below.
Darcy ParishSC Price: $319,800 | AF Price: $337,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,100 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Essendon VS Brisbane Round 17 Stats: 20 disposals, 4 marks, 7 tackles, 74 SCPoints, 91 AFPoints, 69 CKPoints
Produced a better AFL Fantasy score than in Supercoach, he ran at just 55% disposal efficiency which hurt him a bit more in SC. One thing he has looked to improve is his spread of kicks and handballs, going near 50/50 for the second week in a row. His BE is only 42 this week, which he should easily eclipse. His CoachKings scores haven’t been massive, but he is at a reasonable price, so you could consider him for the game against Brisbane.
Callum MillsSC Price: $408,100 | AF Price: $364,000 | CoachKings Price: $8,400 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Saturday, Sydney VS Carlton Round 17 Stats: 17 disposals, 7 marks, 2 tackles, 82 SCPoints, 73 AFPoints, 97 CKPoints
He’s continued his very strong form as of late and has become one of the few rookie selection picks, along with Sam Kerridge, to push up over that $400K price mark. His 3 round average is now at 92 SCPoints and his BE is 66, so he could be worth even more this time next week. He’s been OK in CoachKings, but at his current price I’d probably spend $500-$600 more and pick JPK or Parker, or even save some money and go for Kieran Jack instead.
Jade GreshamSC Price: $327,600 | AF Price: $312,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,800 Round 17 Stats: 19 disposals, 1 mark, 2 tackles, 80 SCPoints, 54 AFPoints, 57 CKPoints
Gresham had 19 disposals for the 2nd week in a row and has now been averaging 76 SCPoints over his last month of AFL footy. He’s still owned by 10.1% of all teams after being at 22.1% in Round 1, so his ownership has fallen roughly half, but I’m sure those who kept him wouldn’t be too displeased that they did so. His BE is 53 this week, which he should break on his current form.
Connor MenadueSC Price: $303,400 | AF Price: $292,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,800 Round 17 Stats: 8 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles, 1 goal, 32 SCPoints, 43 AFPoints, 42 CKPoints
Menadue produced a season low in Supercoach last week and lost almost $20K because of it. That big score of 130 has rolled out of his average, so his BE has risen to 83 this week. He’s had two marginal price drops over the last fortnight, but his ownership has remained strong despite his two poor scores, going from 59.5% in Round 13, down to 47.7% last week. BE is 66 this week, which he’s probably 50/50 to reach.
Christian PetraccaSC Price: $330,000 | AF Price: $339,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,900 Round 17 Stats: 19 disposals, 3 marks, 6 inside 50’s, 2 goals, 84 SCPoints, 70 AFPoints, 105 CKPoints
A bit of return to form for Petracca, who had scores of 53 and 52 SCPoints in Rounds 15 and 16. It’s probably not a surprise he didn’t kick any goals in that period either. He’s probably a good guy to keep as bench cover if you’re not in an immediate need to downgrade him to upgrade other positions to premium players.
Sam KerridgeSC Price: $384,100 | AF Price: $413,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,000 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Saturday, Sydney VS Carlton Round 17 Stats: 27 disposals, 6 marks, 5 tackles, 1 goal, 101 SCPoints, 107 AFPoints, 115 CKPoints
I’m back, baby! I’m sure that’s what The Kedge was yelling to himself after his performance against West Coast, which saw him put up triple digits in Supercoach for the first time since Round 11. He still lost $10.7K and has a BE of 73, so it’s possible for him to lose some more cash again, but I’m sure the 47.5% of teams that still have Kerridge would be very happy with his score from last week. He’s come down in price in CoachKings also, it’ll be a tough game against Sydney, but he’s one you could take a chance on at his current price.
Jack SilvagniSC Price: $160,900 | AF Price: $190,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,100 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Saturday, Sydney VS Carlton Round 17 Stats: 12 disposals, 6 marks, 1 goal, 52 SCPoints, 60 AFPoints, 65 CKPoints
A decent game for Silvagni who is probably doing his job for the 16% of teams that have him. Scoring decently and hopefully sitting on our bench! His BE is -3 this week, so another price rise will be on the cards for next week. One only to pick in CoachKings if you really need to save some cash for other players, unless he manages to jag 2-3 goals I suspect you could pencil in a score in the 50-60 range already.
Peter WrightSC Price: $393,500 | AF Price: $330,000 | CoachKings Price: $9,700 Round 17 Stats: 6 disposals, 3 tackles, 7 hitouts, 43 SCPoints, 33 AFPoints, 34 CKPoints
Nothing going on for Wright against the Bullies, who pretty much shut him out of the game. He was coming off of scores of 136 and 104 SCPoints, so hopefully not too many of the 8,215 people who own him in Supercoach started him on field. Even with the poor score last week his BE is still just 62 this week thanks to his big scores in his rolling average. Big guys, even the best ones in the league will have games like this where they just get nothing.
Brendon WhitecrossSC Price: $198,300 | AF Price: $238,000 | CoachKings Price: $3,800 Round 17 Stats: 15 disposals, 6 marks, 2 tackles, 66 SCPoints, 63 AFPoints, 78 CKPoints
Still a question over whether he’ll keep his spot in the side or not, it was his first game since Round 6 in 2015 where he was wearing the green vest. He averaged 84 SCPoints back in 2012, but since then has only played 15 AFL games. Still, at this point of the year he’ll only likely be bench cover for you, but I wouldn’t go trading him in just yet this week and wait and see how he goes this week and if he keeps his spot into a 3rd week.
Jacob WeiteringSC Price: $290,600 | AF Price: $282,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,200 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Saturday, Sydney VS Carlton Round 17 Stats: 7 disposals, 4 marks, 2 goals, 55 SCPoints, 46 AFPoints, 80 CKPoints
Got amongst it with his very first goals of his short AFL career, but didn’t do much else apart from that. Since his big score of 121 against Brisbane in Round 11 he’s been running with an average of just 54 SCPoints and has lost about 57K off of his price in the last 3 weeks. His BE is 87 this week, so he could possibly make it 4 weeks running. I’d probably skip him in CoachKings this week, though he could surprise us.
Anthony McDonald-TipungwutiSC Price: $362,200 | AF Price: $338,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,000 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Essendon VS Brisbane Round 17 Stats: 9 disposals, 6 marks, 6 tackles, 53 SCPoints, 69 AFPoints, 49 CKPoints
A quiet game for Walla, it was his first time all year being under 10 disposals a game, he also had 7 of his 9 disposals as uncontested. Even with the poor score, he still has that 100 in his rolling average so his BE is just 60 this week, which he should hit, but he has lost cash for 4 weeks straight now and his BE will likely jump up again once that 100 rolls out of his average. I think he’ll be a good pick in CoachKings this week, I don’t expect him to put up two dud scores in a row, especially against Brisbane and he’s currently at a reasonable price.
Matt DeaSC Price: $356,200 | AF Price: $359,000 | CoachKings Price: $7,400 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Essendon VS Brisbane Round 17 Stats: 15 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles, 59 SCPoints, 48 AFPoints, 72 CKPoints
Dea had his second game in a row scoring 59 SCPoints and lost $14.9K, which was his 3rd price fall in his last 4 games. His BE has moved up to 100, so he could be in for his 4th price fall in 5 games. Still owned by 12.7% of all teams. In CoachKings I’d jump on Walla before looking at Dea.
Sam CollinsSC Price: $322,100 | AF Price: $268,000 | CoachKings Price: $7,300 Round 17 Stats: 11 disposals, 4 marks, 5 tackles, 58 SCPoints, 60 AFPoints, 51 CKPoints
Another middle of the road game for Collins, who has had scores of 58 and 59 SCPoints since his big score of 126 SCPoints in Round 14. He scored 100 in Round 11 and then followed it up with scores of 39 and 59 in Round 12 and 13, so if he follows that pattern he should be in for a big score this week!
Darcy Byrne-JonesSC Price: $316,400 | AF Price: $297,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,600 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Port Adelaide VS GWS Round 17 Stats: 13 disposals, 3 marks, 2 tackles, 54 SCPoints, 54 AFPoints, 65 CKPoints
Just an average game from DBJ last week, he lost minimal cash, just the $1,500, but that now makes it the 4th week in a row he lost some value. His BE is 73 this week, which he can hit if he has a good game, but for the 14.1% of teams that still have him I would consider moving him on if you need to. You could certainly take a punt on him in CoachKings at his current price, but I wouldn’t be expecting a miracle score from him.
Sam NaismithSC Price: $123,900 | AF Price: $162,000 | CoachKings Price: $3,900 FEATURED COACHKINGS CONTEST: Saturday, Sydney VS Carlton Round 17 Stats: 12 disposals, 3 marks, 30 hitouts, 89 SCPoints, 73 AFPoints, 105 CKPoints
Again took the majority of the ruck work and looked OK against the Hawks. He’s on the bubble this week, so could potentially make a decent ruck cover if you have extra trades. Kurt Tippett is scheduled to be out for another 5 weeks, so his JS should be enough to hold him through the rest of the year, with only Toby Nankervis fighting against him for a spot, unless the Swans decide to change their structures up a bit. If he’s picked this week then he is looking like a great CoachKings pick if he can replicate last weeks efforts.
THE BEST OF THE REST…
Aliir Aliir – He’s still under 200K, so a gettable price and was solid against the Hawks, though he did have 4 clangers. Scored 53 SCPoints from 16 disposals and 6 marks, which isn’t a great return, but OK for bench cover.
Tom Papley – Hit the scoreboard for 2 goals and has been able to kick goals in 5 of his last 6 AFL matches. Scored 71 SCPoints from 15 disposals. BE is 38 this week which he should hit easily.
George Hewett – Not a great result for him against the Hawks with just 30 SCPoints from 12 disposals, 3 marks and 2 tackles. He had only 7 effective disposals and 4 clangers in there.
Kaiden Brand – Failed to replicate his big effort against Port, finishing with only 11 disposals and 3 marks for 48 SCPoints.
Tom Ruggles – Ruggles had a career high in disposals against Fremantle with 22, as well as having 6 marks and 4 tackles for 86 SCPoints. Had a season high in AFL Fantasy with 93 AFPoints. I would consider him in CoachKings against Adelaide.
Nakia Coackatoo – Another decent game for Cockatoo with 12 disposals, 2 marks, 3 tackles and 1 goal for 68 SCPoints. Has been solid in his two games back in the main side.
Lincoln McCarthy – After recording 11 clangers in Rounds 14 and 16 McCarthy kept it to just the 1, along with 10 disposals, 7 tackles and 4 inside 50’s for 66 SCPoints. Not a huge score, but he didn’t hurt his score with mistakes.
Jayden Short – Continued his good run of games, having a career high 25 disposals for 82 SCPoints. He now finds his 3 round average at 76 SCPoints and his 5 round average at 73 SCPoints after averaging 46 SCPoints over his first 5 games.
Jason Castagna – Another young Richmond player who had a good game against the Dons, Castagna had a career high 23 disposals as well as 8 marks for 74 SCPoints. After two good games in a row he now has a BE of -39.
Liam McBean – On the bubble this week, but was a bit better in his second game finishing with 12 disposals and 6 marks for 52 SCPoints.
Oleg Markov – Another Richmond player on the bubble, he wasn’t as good as his first game stat wise, but still solid with 12 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles and a goal for 62 SCPoints. Has used the ball very well over his first two games, hitting a target 25 times with his 27 possessions.
Daniel Rioli – Ran at 100% disposal efficiency and also had 3 goal assists which helped boost his scores for their usual 30 point range. He had 11 disposals, 3 marks, 5 tackles, 3 goal assists, 3 inside 50’s and a goal for 87 SCPoints. Just the second time he’s scored above 55 SCPoints this year.
Connor McKenna – He’d never scored more than 45 SCPoints up until he faced Richmond, but had a good day and finished with 15 disposals, 5 marks, 4 tackles and 74 SCPoints.
Mitch Brown – His second week in a row scoring 71 SCPoints, he had 14 disposals, 7 marks and 2 tackles. He’s still owned by nearly a quarter of all sides and his BE is only 38 this week.
Will Hams – Got stuck into the tackles with 8, along with 12 disposals to post a career high 77 SCPoints. Scored 64 in his previous game against the Saints and has started to build some form it seems.
Michael Hartley – Just 6 disposals, but 13 1%ers saw him still manage to put up a score of 67 SCPoints.
Ryan Clarke – Again wracked up a decent amount of disposals, but again didn’t really put up a fantasy football score that reflects it. He had 22 disposals, but only 59 SCPoints after having 21 disposals and 60 SCPoints the week before. Part of that is because he’s getting about two thirds of his possessions as uncontested and the other is his disposal efficiency, which was just 54% last week. On the bubble this week, so he could be a decent bench option, if he cleans up his ball use a bit, then he can score better since he is getting plenty of the ball.
Jed Anderson – An OK game, he had 13 disposals, 4 tackles and a goal for 50 SCPoints. He had his first price rise and now sits at $214K.
Corey Wagner – Has a season high of just 9 disposals, so you can imagine how well he is doing in fantasy football! He had just 5 disposals and 29 SCPoints last week against Port.
Logan Austin – Just 5 disposals for Austin for 36 SCPoints. He’s a wreck in AFL Fantasy where he has scores of 17, 19 and 15 over his last 4 matches. Has now fallen to 5th in the league for average 1%ers, behind Hombsch, May, Rowe and Hartley.
Mitch McGovern – Again struggled to get heavily involved and apart from his one contested mark and goal didn’t do a heap. Had just 8 disposals, 4 marks and a goal for 48 SCPoints. That’s now two weeks in a row under 10 disposals after only doing it 3 times in his previous 14 games.
Josh Smith – Had his lowest disposal tally of the year with just 12, along with 4 marks and scored his lowest score in Supercoach score of the year, with just 33 SCPoints.
Josh Dunkley – Big score in his return game, Dunkley last played for the Bullies in Round 13 where he had just 9 disposals. Much better against the Suns with 27 disposals, 7 marks, 4 tackles and 99 SCPoints.
Clay Smith – Has been superb since his return and gained $56.9K in his first price rise of the year to move up to $294K. He had 17 disposals, 6 marks and kicked 3.4 for 98 SCPoints, with his average for the year now at 92 SCPoints. His BE is -13 this week, though it will be interesting to see how he goes once Dahlhaus comes back from injury.
Callum Ah Chee – Continues to improve week by week, he had 17 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles and 2 goals against the Bulldogs for a career high 103 SCPoints, which is the first time in his short career he’s hit triple digits in fantasy football.
Jesse Joyce – Finally broke out of that 50 point barrier and had 14 disposals and 6 marks for 69 SCPoints.
Ryan Davis – Continues to be a solid bench option for those who have him with 13 disposals, 6 marks, 3 goal assists and a goal of his own for 78 SCPoints. Is currently running with a 3 round average of 82 SCPoints.
Jarrod Gartlett – Has spent the last fortnight in the AFL side for the Suns after last playing for them in Round 7. He’s been OK; he had 12 disposals, 4 marks, 3 tackles and 45 SCPoints. That’s probably his ceiling unless he kicks a few goals on top of that too.
Charlie Curnow – Quiet with only 7 disposals, 3 marks and a goal for 42 SCPoints, which is the lowest result from his 5 games this year.
Liam Sumner – Barely involved with only 6 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles and 25 SCPoints.
Mitch Brown (WCE) – Has scored consistently over his 3 games this year, though scores in the 40’s aren’t anything to get super excited about. He had 6 disposals and 7 tackles for 44 SCPoints.
Oscar McDonald – Has now run into a bit of a cold streak over his last 3 games. He had just 11 disposals and 6 marks against St Kilda for 47 SCPoints, which makes it scores of 59, 42 and 47 over his last 3 games.
Ben Kennedy – 19 disposals and only 49 SCPoints probably isn’t a great result for BenKen, especially since he also had 4 marks and a goal in there too. His disposal efficiency was just 57% and he also recorded 4 clangers, which is the likely reason for his poor score.
Josh Wagner – Had been missing since Round 14, but returned against St Kilda and pretty much picked up where he left off, having 18 disposals, 5 marks, 3 tackles and 84 SCPoints.
Jayden Hunt – Kid has speed to burn, but had a fairly middling Supercoach day, having 14 disposals, 5 marks and 2 tackles for 45 SCPoints against St Kilda.
Rhys Mathieson – He’s been very good in his last 3 games, now with a 3 game average of 83 SCPoints. He had 16 disposals, 4 tackles and a goal for 87 SCPoints against GWS and has a BE of 7 this week.
Ben Keays – Returned to the side after being dropped for Round 15, but wasn’t massively impressive with 12 disposals and 4 tackle s for 57 SCPoints.
Rueben Williams – Played his second game and wasn’t massively outstanding, but had 11 disposals, 2 marks and 3 tackles for 31 SCPoints. At this point he’d be nothing more than a quick and cheap downgrade option.
Eric Hipwood – Has now kicked a goal in all 4 of his AFL games, against GWS he had his worst Supercoach game so far, with 11 disposals, 5 marks, 2 tackles and kicked 1.2 for 48 SCPoints. Lots of potential in this kid.
Jared Jansen – Had his equal lowest Supercoach score of the year, JJ had 10 disposals, 2 marks and 5 tackles for 35 SCPoints.
Matthew Hammelmann – Had his first price rise and is now at $151K and also had his best fantasy footy game last week with 9 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles, 14 1%ers for 67 SCPoints, but only 35 AFPoints. Looking like he may have some Logan Austin type potential.
Josh Schahe – Not a lot of ball with only 5 disposals, but made the most of his chances, kicking 2.1 and finishing with 50 SCPoints.
ROUND 17 BUBBLE BOYS
Oleg Markov – $117K – FWD
Sam Naismith – $123K – FWD/RUC
Nathan Broad – $117K – DEF
Ryan Clarke – $117K – DEF
Matthew Kennedy – $166K – MID
Rueben Williams – $102K – DEF
Liam McBean – $150K – DWF
Round 17 TRADE OUT TARGETS
Marcus Adams – $360K – 108 BE
Matt Dea – $356K – 100 BE
Josh Smith – $316K – 99 BE
Clayton Oliver – $308K – 93 BE
Mitch McGovern – $311K – 93 BE
Oscar McDonald – $295K – 92 BE
Jacob Weitering – $290K – 87 BE
Ben Kennedy – $294K – 86 BE
Connor Menadue – $303K – 83 BE
AROUND THE GROUNDS…
James Polkinghorne – Led the Essendon VFL side in disposals with 28 and also had 8 marks and 4 tackles in Essendons 3 point win over the Box Hill Hawks.
Aaron Francis – Francis had 19 disposals, 6 marks and 2 tackles. AFL debut looks like it will be coming soon.
Kieren Lovell – Lovell had 24 disposals and 7 marks against Essendon.
Tei Miles – Kicked a goal as well as having 22 disposals and 8 marks.
Marc Pittonet – Led the ruck with 29 hitouts as well as 16 disposals, 3 marks and 4 tackles.
Sam Menegola – HUGE numbers from Menegola in the Cats 111 point win over Weribee, with Mengola kicking 2.2 as well as having 46 disposals, 5 marks, 11 clearances and 4 tackles. Would have to be considered for a senior game with numbers like that.
James Parsons – Has only averaged 14 touches in the VFL this year, so had a big game with 29 disposals. Inaccurate in front of goals though, kicking 1.4.
Matthew Hayball – Got in on the goal kicking, slotting 4.1 as well as having 14 disposals. Had only kicked 4.3 in his previous 8 VFL games this year.
Will Fordham – Led Weribee in disposals with 21 while also having 5 marks, 4 rebound 50’s and a goal.
Sam Durdin – The Roo’s 1st round draft pick last year, has been injured and spent time in the VFL Development League this year, coming off 3 weeks off with injury and then a game in the D-League a fortnight ago, he was back with the main VFL side last week and had 9 disposals, 2 marks and a goal.
Ben McKay – Quiet game for him with just 7 disposals, 2 hitouts and a goal. Like Durdin, he has spent some time in the VFL Development League this year.
Billy Gowers – Gowers kicked 1 goal and had 17 disposals and 8 marks in the North Blues win against North Ballarat.
Daniel Gorringe – Had missed 3 weeks with a hip injury, but returned via the VFL last week and had 13 disposals, 3 marks and a goal.
Harry McKay – Has only managed 1 game this year in the Development league after a back injury and then missing 2 weeks with illness, he played for the Blues in the VFL last week and had 7 disposals, 4 marks and kicked a pair of goals.
Bailey Dale – Kicked 4 goals for Footscray in their 84-83 win over the Casey Scorpions. He also had 26 disposals, 6 marks and 3 tackles.
Clayton Oliver – Oliver had 24 disposals, 7 tackles, 3 marks and 4 inside 50’s.
Jack Trengove – Decent game for Trengove with 22 disposals, 3 marks and 8 tackles.
Sam Weiderman – Weiderman had 12 disposals, 4 marks and 3 tackles for the Casey Scorpions.
Tom Phillips – Phillips kicked 1.1 and also had 26 disposals, 7 marks and 7 tackles in Collingwood’s 143-77 win over the Frankston Dolphins.
Corey Gault – Gault had 24 disposals, 2 marks, 6 tackles and 15 hitouts for Collingwood.
Matthew Goodyear – Goodyear finished with 21 disposals and 2 tackles. 16 handballs in his 21 disposals though.
Eli Templeton – Led the Sandringham Zebras in disposals in their 60-81 loss to Port Melbourne. ET had 35 disposals and 9 marks. Has only played 2 AFL games his year, but has been senior emergency a few times too. VFL form has been terrific all year though.
Nick O’Kearney – Continues his strong VFL form, finishing with 26 disposals, 6 marks and 4 tackles.
Tom Lee – 22 disposals, 7 marks and a goal for Lee in the VFL this week.
Brodie Murdoch – Murdoch finished with 22 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles and 4 hitouts.
Jack Lonie – Led Sandringham in goals, finishing with 2.2 as well as 21 disposals and 5 tackles.
Nathan Freeman – His first game in 8 weeks after continued hamstring issues, he had just the 10 disposals, 2 marks and 3 tackles.
Harrison Wigg – Had 27 touches, 5 marks and 5 tackles in the Adelaide’s reserves 82-101 loss to the Glenelg Tigers
Jono Beech – Kicked 3 goals and also had 19 disposals and 9 marks.
Tom Doedee – Named in the best for the Crows, which has happened for the last 5 or 6 games, he had 18 disposals, 7 marks and 4 rebound 50’s.
Hugh Greenwood – Kicked 1.1 as well as having 17 disposals, 7 marks and 8 tackles.
Reilly O’Brien – Named BOG for the Crows, he had 14 disposals, 5 marks, 3 tackles, 20 hitouts and kicked 2 goals.
Wayne Milera – Had a 100 metre play that resulted in a goal, but generally not a lot of action for Milera with only 11 disposals, 2 marks and 5 tackles.
Harry Dear – Had been in good form the previous 2 games, but nothing on offer for him against the Tigers, recording just 4 disposals and 2 marks.
Riley Bonner – Good game for him with 24 disposals, 7 marks and 3 tackles in Ports win against league leaders Woodsville West-Torrens.
Billy Frampton – Sharing ruck duties now that Matty Lobbe is back and had just 8 disposals and 13 hitouts.
John Butcher – Has earned an AFL recall after Charlie Dixon injured his ankle and kicked 3.1 with 7 disposals and 6 marks against WWT last week.
Jesse Palmer – Quiet day for Palmer with only 11 disposals, 4 marks and 3 tackles.
Will Snelling – 19 disposals, 2 marks and 8 tackles for Snelling against WWT.
Darcy Tucker – Good game for him with 27 disposals, including 21 kicks, 4 marks, 6 tackles and 4 rebound 50’s as the Peel Thunder defeated East Fremantle 69-26.
Josh Deluca – Deluca had 23 disposals, 2 marks, 3 tackles, 5 inside 50’s and kicked 1.1.
Anthony Morabito – Morabito had 15 disposals, 3 marks and 2 tackles for the Peel Thunder.
Shane Yarran – Had only 6 disposals, 3 marks and 3 tackles, but also kicked 2.1.
Corey Adamson – Led East Perth for disposals with 33, along with 6 marks and a goal as East Perth defeated West Perth 55-42.
Malcolm Karnapy – Karnapy had 20 disposals, 6 marks, 4 tackles and 3 rebound 50’s.
Xavier Richards – Booted 8 goals, along with 25 disposals and 13 marks as the Swans reserves smashed Gold Coast 170-46.
Tyrone Leonardis – Chipped in 3 goals, along with 16 disposals and 4 marks.
Toby Nankervis – Had an impact in both the ruck and up forward. Kicked 3 goals, as well as having 39 hitouts in the ruck, to go along with 19 disposals, 10 clearances, 7 marks and 5 tackles.
James Rose – Rose also kicked 3 goals as well as having 23 disposals, 5 marks and 3 tackles.
Nic Newman – Newman had 32 disposals, 6 marks and 7 inside 50’s.
Jordan Foote – Upgraded off the rookie list a few weeks ago and continues to perform in the NEAFL, Foote had 31 disposals, 2 marks and 5 tackles
Brayden Fiorini – Returned from 3 months off due to a knee injury and had 14 disposals, 4 marks and 2 inside 50’s.
Jackson Paine – Led the Brisbane reserves with 33 disposals, 9 marks and 6 rebound 50’s in their 68-55 win over the UWS Giants.
Josh Clayton – Clayton finished with 28 disposals, 4 marks, 5 tackles and 5 inside 50’s.
Michael Close – Kicked 2.1 as well as having 16 disposals, 12 marks and 5 tackles.
Jake Barrett – Led the UWS Giants with 34 disposals, as well as 7 marks and 8 tackles.
Matthew Kennedy – Kennedy had 33 disposals, 6 marks and 10 tackles.
Matthew Flynn – Led the Giants with 4.1 as well as 13 disposals, 6 marks, 4 tackles and 8 hitouts.
Caleb Marchbank – Can’t catch a break on the injury front, after just returning from an ankle injury Marchbank dislocated his shoulder in the game against Brisbane. Marchbank had 13 disposals and 3 marks before he was hurt.