The Rookie Scout: Round 19
We’re close now people, just one more week until Supercoach finals begin!
And like usual the Supercoach gods aren’t making it easy for us, we’ve got Brett Deledio being on the injured list “indefinitely”, Aaron Hall going from a 1 week injury to a 3 week injury, McVeigh being a late out, Wells almost being a late out and sending everyone into a panic on a Friday evening and who knows what else is headed our way.
On the flipside we also had some good news come our way. Rory Laird returned from injury, Luke Dahlhaus is due back any day now as well as the AFL debuts of Aaron Francis and Sam Menegola. I’m sure there’s even more available in our rookie goodie bag, so lets go take a looksee.
Darcy ParishSC Price: $341,700 | AF Price: $346,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,600 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Adelaide VS Essendon Round 18 Stats: 21 disposals, 5 marks, 4 tackles, 93 SCPoints, 82 AFPoints, 85 CKPoints
That was his 2nd highest score in Supercoach this year, his highest being 97 which he had in Round 2. That score was probably due to a bit of a bigger role in the hard stuff for Parish, who for just the 3rd time in his 16 games had more contested possessions than uncontested. He also had 3 contested marks, which were the first 3 of his career, as well as 5 clearances. He had a decent price rise from that game, gaining almost $22K and now has a BE of 43 this week. At his current price he can definitely be considered as a cheaper midfield option in your CoachKings side.
Callum MillsSC Price: $411,900 | AF Price: $374,000 | CoachKings Price: $8,400 Round 18 Stats: 24 disposals, 8 marks, 76 SCPoints, 83 AFPoints, 102 CKPoints
Had a career high 24 disposals and is now running with a 5 round average of 88 SCPoints. His BE is 96 this week, so I suspect he may lose a tiny bit of cash, but I wouldn’t expect it to be too much. Sydney have games against non top 8 sides in Fremantle, Port Adelaide, St Kilda and Richmond on the schedule for the rest of the year, so there’s a chance for Mills to continue his good form for the rest of the year.
Aaron FrancisSC Price: $198,300 | AF Price: $232,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,100 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Adelaide VS Essendon Round 18 Stats: 16 disposals, 7 marks, 2 tackles, 86 SCPoints, 72 AFPoints, 115 CKPoints
A fantastic debut for Francis, who finally made got his AFL call up after some good VFL form throughout the 2nd half of the year. He was pretty good stat wise across the board, he had 4 contested marks, as well as 2 rebound 50’s and 5 1%ers, those extra little things that’ll boost up his Supercoach scores even if he does just get 15-18 possessions a game. Bonus that he’s both a defender and a midfielder, he is a prime downgrade target to look at getting this week or next week. If you’re playing CoachKings on Sunday then I think you’d be silly not to include him in your side after how he scored last week.
Jade GreshamSC Price: $338,200 | AF Price: $317,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,900 Round 18 Stats: 19 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles, 1 goal, 79 SCPoints, 74 AFPoints, 91 CKPoints
Gresham had his 3rd 19 disposal game in a row and despite his year average being just 59 SCPoints he is currently running on a 5 round average of 77 SCPoints. His BE is 49 and the Saints do have an easier run into Supercoach finals with Carlton, Richmond and Brisbane on the ticket, so he could be a very handy bench cover option if you still have him.
COACHKINGS ROUND 19 FIXTURE – QUALIFIED FOR YOUR VENUE FINAL YET?
Christian PetraccaSC Price: $344,800 | AF Price: $338,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,200 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Melbourne VS Gold Coast Round 18 Stats: 19 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles, 1 goal, 101 SCPoints, 71 AFPoints, 103 CKPoints
A very good game from Petracca, who used the ball well and managed to avoid any serious mistakes, recording just 1 clanger after having 15 over his previous 3 games. This was just his second triple digit score of the year and is just a glimpse of the future potential of what he holds for us as a fantasy football player. The question now is do you keep him? Well, if you can, then yes! He’ll be a terrific bench player, though the demons will have tough games against Hawthorn and Geelong sandwiched between games against Port and Carlton in his finals series. But if he’s just on the bench for cover then I wouldn’t be too concerned. I would give consideration to picking him in CoachKings this week.
Sam KerridgeSC Price: $371,200 | AF Price: $397,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,900 Round 18 Stats: 17 disposals, 3 marks, 4 inside 50’s, 45 SCPoints, 50 AFPoints, 440 CKPoints
Well, Kerridge responded from his triple digit score with the very worst score all year the very next week, producing just 45 SCPoints. He’s practically become an exclusively outside player, he hasn’t recorded double digits in contested possessions or 4 or more clearances since Round 9. I think he’s one you’d definitely feel nervous about starting come SC finals time as he has been pretty inconsistent in the 2nd half of the year.
Jack SilvagniSC Price: $178,400 | AF Price: $201,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,200 Round 18 Stats: 5 disposals, 1 goal, 3 tackles, 38 SCPoints, 32 AFPoints, 40 CKPoints
Just wasn’t much happening for Silvagni at all, who had a career low in both disposals and fantasy football had output, both in Supercoach and AFL Fantasy. He’s still an OK bench option because I would say his job security should be pretty solid for the rest of the year. He’s also still at an OK downgrade price for now as he has yet to blast out a super great score.
Peter WrightSC Price: $393,500 | AF Price: $330,000 | CoachKings Price: $9,900 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Melbourne VS Gold Coast Round 18 Stats: 17 disposals, 8 marks, 4 hitouts, 3 goals, 101 SCPoints, 107 AFPoints, 128 CKPoints
Big game for Wright and a nice reply to his poor game against the Bulldogs. He’s starting to form a dangerous tandem with Tom Lynch and has now scored triple digits 3 times in his last 4 games. Could be the birth of the next big forward line option we consider in Supercoach? He’ll be up and down, but the potential is there for him to become a premo forward. He’ll cost a lot in CoachKings, so I can understand skipping him, but he does have BIG scoring potential. If you were slightly short on picking Tom Lynch who is $10,800 then Wright might be the next best option.
SC Price: $198,300 | AF Price: $238,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,500
Round 18 Stats: 18 disposals, 9 marks, 3 tackles, 93 SCPoints, 89 AFPoints, 98 CKPoints
Whitecross had a very good game which would have him moved up on a lot of people’s lists as a potential downgrade option for this week. His BE is -37 and he’s also only in 2.7% of teams, which means he could also be a bit of a POD for your side as we get close to finals time.
Jacob WeiteringSC Price: $280,500 | AF Price: $271,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,300 Round 18 Stats: 14 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles, 65 SCPoints, 53 AFPoints, 78 CKPoints
He had his highest Supercoach score in a month, but that’s probably about average for Weitering this year, who again lost a little bit of cash value again.
Anthony McDonald-TipungwutiSC Price: $352,500 | AF Price: $340,000 | CoachKings Price: $6,200 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Adelaide VS Essendon Round 18 Stats: 13 disposals, 4 marks, 3 tackles, 1 goal, 71 SCPoints, 68 AFPoints, 78 CKPoints
He also had 3 behinds to his name, so he could have had a very good day if he kicked 4 goals. His score of 71 is better than what he scored against Richmond, so hopefully he’ll be back up in that range again after having scores of 37 and 53 in his last month of footy. His BE is 93 this week, which he might struggle to meet, but his ownership percentage has stayed at 27% over the last 3 weeks. With Francis debuting, there could be potential for a swap there.
Matt DeaSC Price: $341,100 | AF Price: $352,000 | CoachKings Price: $7,000 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Sunday, Adelaide VS Essendon Round 18 Stats: 16 disposals, 6 marks, 3 tackles, 67 SCPoints, 74 AFPoints, 87 CKPoints
Slightly better from Dea, but still not at the level he was producing earlier in the year. He lost $15.1K this week and now has his 3 round average sitting at just 61 SCPoints. His BE is 84 this week, which on current form he will miss again. Doesn’t seem to bother too many people though, his ownership percentage has been around 12-13% since Round 15.
Sam CollinsSC Price: $320,700 | AF Price: $279,000 | CoachKings Price: $7,000 Round 18 Stats: 20 disposals, 6 marks, 4 hitouts, 78 SCPoints, 77 AFPoints, 93 CKPoints
A better result for Collins, not triple digit high like he had done every 3rd game, but as bench cover, we’ll take it! He did drop ever so slightly in cash and has a BE of 62, which he’s probably 50/50 to hit, but will have some tough assignments in coming weeks with Freo scheduled to take on Sydney (Franklin), West Coast (JJK/Darling), Adelaide (Tex/Jerka) and GWS Giants (Cameron).
Darcy Byrne-JonesSC Price: $303,300 | AF Price: $285,000 | CoachKings Price: $5,400 FEATURED COACKINGS CONTEST: Saturday, Brisbane VS Port Adelaide Round 18 Stats: 14 disposals, 3 marks, 44 SCPoints, 50 AFPoints, 53 CKPoints
Had another poor Supercoach day, he’s probably getting a tad tired out there on the field with the amount of AFL football experience he (doesn’t) have, which isn’t an unusual thing to see with first year players. His 3 round average is now 55 SCPoints and his BE is 89, so I would expect him to dip below the $300K mark by this time next week.
Sam NaismithSC Price: $182,000 | AF Price: $202,000 | CoachKings Price: $4,400 Round 18 Stats: 12 disposals, 3 marks, 7 tackles, 31 hitouts, 76 SCPoints, 88 AFPoints, 63 CKPoints
Has done well to supplant Sinclair as the #1 ruck at the Swans and I would say his job security is looking better by the day, especially with Tippett still out and the recent news that Sinclair will miss up to a month of footy.
THE BEST OF THE REST…
Josh Smith – Hit the majority of his targets with his 18 disposals and also had 5 tackles and 3 marks for 75 SCPoints.
Ryan Clarke – Finally got some reward for effort in fantasy football, he had another 20+ disposal game, netting a (short) career high of 27, but had a decent DE, as well as 4 marks, 2 tackles, 3 goal assists and 4 inside 50’s for 99 SCPoints. Still at a gettable price of $181K.
Jed Anderson – Another “meh” game from Anderson with just 12 disposals and 2 marks for 44 SCPoints. Did have 5 inside 50’s from his 12 disposals though.
George Hewett – Hewett was OK, about par for the course this year with 13 disposal and 3 tackles for 53 SCPoints. 10 of his 13 disposals were handballs though.
Jordan Foote – He was OK in his AFL debut game with 10 disposals, 2 marks and 4 tackles for 42 SCPoints. Just a downgrade cash grab at this point.
Tom Papley – One of his worse games of the year in fantasy football, producing his 3rd lowest score of the year with 9 disposals, 3 marks and 4 tackles for just 38 SCPoints.
Liam Sumner – He scored 59 SCPoints, which is probably a decent return for Sumner, who had 13 disposals, 1 mark, 1 goal and 2 tackles.
Charlie Curnow – Just 6 disposals, 2 marks and 1 goal for Curnow, with 32 SCPoints being his lowest score this year.
Shane Yarran – A pretty good debut for Yarran, who managed to have an impact on the scoreboard, kicking 2 goals, as well as having 10 disposals and 4 marks for 61 SCPoints.
Joshua Schoenfeld – A decent debut, but much like his NEAFL form showed, he’s mostly an outside player, he had 19 disposals but only 2 contested possessions. He also had 8 marks and 4 tackles for 65 SCPoints, but did score 85 in AFL Fantasy. Those outside numbers would probably suggest he’s a better AFL Fantasy player than in Supercoach, but downgrade options are downgrade options either way at this time of the year. Could still be a cheap option for CoachKings on Sunday against Melbourne.
Ryan Davis – Another good game from Davis who had 15 disposals, 3 marks and 8 tackles for 82 SCPoints. That score now means he’s averaged 82 SCPoints over the last month of footy. Looks like a fantastic bench option if you still have him and don’t need to sell him off.
Callum Ah Chee – Back down to earth a bit after his big score in Round 17, CAC had 13 disposals, 5 marks and 5 tackles for 46 SCPoints.
Jesse Joyce – Average score for JJ, with just 12 disposals for 35 SCPoints.
Jarrod Garlett – Another so-so game for Garlett fantasy wise with just 11 disposals and 6 tackles for 48 SCPoints. Is yet to score higher than 58 SCPoints this year.
Jackson Nelson – Nelson laid 7 tackles as well as having 10 disposals for 53 SCPoints against Melbourne.
Jayden Hunt – A nice score of 71 SCPoints from 18 disposals and 3 tackles against West Coast. Has been very consistent since about midway through the year with scores of 71, 70, 78, 45 and 71 over his last 5 games.
Joshua Wagner – Wagner had 17 disposals and 5 tackles for 64 SCPoints.
Oscar McDonald – Oscar had 14 disposals and 2 marks for 58 SCPoints. Was looking the goods earlier in the year, but has struggled over the last month, with a 4 round average of 51 SCPoints, after averaging 79 SCPoints in a 4 week period between Rounds 10 and 13.
Josh Dunkley – Two good games in a row now, with Dunkley again scoring 99 SCPoints from 20 disposals, 5 marks and 6 tackles. There’s a real chance for him to cement a spot in the 22 for the rest of the year now.
Sam Mengola – He finally made his AFL debut, and what a great debut it was, finishing with 26 disposals, 5 marks, 5 tackles and 6 inside 50 entries for 97 SCPoints. Could be an awesome downgrade option if he keeps his spot in the side. If he’s named again then I would definitely be a good pick in Friday night CoachKings where Geelong take on Western Bulldogs.
Tom Ruggles – He’s been up and down over the last month, as defenders can be, scoring 56 SCPoints from 15 disposals and 5 marks. Has scores of 91, 53, 86 and 56 over the last month.
Nakia Cockatoo – He had 11 disposals, 3 tackles and 1.1 for 64 SCPoints. Has been fairly consistent over his last 3 games, with a 3 round average of 67 SCPoints.
Lincoln McCarthy – Just 10 disposals, 2 marks, 1 goal and 3 tackles for McCarthy for 48 SCPoints. Has only kicked 5 goals in his 7 games since his return.
Mitch McGovern – Was wearing the invisible Cloke out there against Geelong with just 2 disposals, a mark and 2 tackles for 3 SCPoints. He might be due for a spell for a few weeks in the reserves methinks.
Will Hams – He’s had 3 pretty good games in a row now, against Brisbane he had 15 disposals, 3 marks and a goal for 64 SCPoints. Has kicked a goal in each of his last 3 games.
Connor McKenna – Could have had a better result if he kicked straight, finishing with 2 behinds, but also had 14 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles and 6 inside 50’s for 57 SCPoints.
Mitch Brown – Another Bomber who was inaccurate in front of goals last week, kicking 1.2, but also had 12 disposals and 3 marks for 54 SCPoints.
Michael Hartley – Only had 7 disposals, but continued his strong defensive work to score 62 SCPoints, courtesy of 16 1%ers. He has been averaging 14.8 1%ers over the last 5 weeks and is now currently 4th in the AFL in that stat and is just 0.76 behind league leader Jack Hombsch. I would definitely give him consideration against Adelaide with his great defensive work and an injury cloud over Taylor Walker.
Rhys Mathieson – Mathieson had 17 disposals, 2 marks, 4 tackles and kicked a pair of goals for 72 SCPoints. Has been pretty good in his last 4 games.
Eric Hipwood – Hipwood had 12 disposals, 4 marks and kicked a goal for 62 SCPoints. Has been on the scoreboard in all his games this year.
Reuben William – Quietish again with just 11 disposals and 2 marks for 39 SCPoints.
Josh Schache – Failed to kick a goal for the first time in 8 weeks against Essendon and also had 8 disposals, 5 marks and 6 tackles for 60 SCPoints.
Ben Keays – Keays had 8 disposals, 1 mark and 4 tackles for 58 SCPoints. Went at 100% disposal efficiency though.
Matthew Hammelmann – A very quiet game for MH with just the 6 disposals, but did also have 5 tackles for 36 SCPoints. He’ll be a cheap option to look at in Saturday night CoachKings with Brisbane taking on Port Adelaide.
Kaiden Brand – He had 18 disposals, but could only manage 54 SCPoints, which is probably a disappointing return. 6 clangers would have been the main culprit for the poor score.
Jayden Short – He had 18 disposals, but could only manage a score of 38 SCPoints, recording 5 clangers, a disposal efficiency of just 55% and only 3 contested possessions.
Oleg Markov – Has had decreasing returns in his 3 games this year, against the Hawks he had 13 disposals and 5 marks for 42 SCPoints.
Jason Castagna – Has had troubles against the Hawks this year, in his 5 games he’s been up against the Hawks twice and has his two lowest scores of the year against them. He had 9 disposals and a mark for just 24 SCPoints.
Daniel Rioli – Got on the scoreboard again with a goal and also had 9 disposals, 2 marks and 3 tackles for 51 SCPoints. First time he’s kicked goals in consecutive games since he did so in Round 3 and 4.
Liam McBean – Inaccurate in front of goals kicking 2 behinds and has now kicked 1.3 in his 3 AFL games after kicking 19.17 in his 11 VFL games this year. He also had 7 disposals, 4 marks and 4 tackles for 47 SCPoints.
Logan Austin – Now ranked 2nd in the league for 1%ers behind his teammate Jack Hombsch, he had a career high 14 disposals against GWS, as well as 3 marks and 19 1%ers for 70 SCPoints. Port would be very pleased with how this kid is turning out, especially since they only used a 4th round pick to nab him.
Harrison Himmelberg – Solid game for Himmelberg down back, with 12 disposals, 3 marks, 2 tackles and 4 rebound 50’s for 73 SCPoints. On the bubble this week, but it will be interesting to see if he holds his spot in the side or if this is just a taste for the 1st year player. Could be a cheap option for Saturday CoachKings where GWS take on Richmond.
Sam Reid – Decent game for him with 9 disposals, 5 tackles, 4 inside 50’s and a goal for 63 SCPoints. Was dropped after 2 games last time he was in the AFL side, so would probably say it’s iffy if he retains his spot in the team or not.
ROUND 18 BUBBLE BOYS
Brendon Whitecross – $198K – DEF
Harrison Himmelberg – $153K – FWD
Josh Cowan – $155K – DEF
Round 18 TRADE OUT TARGETS
Marcus Adams – $360K – 110 BE
Clayton Oliver – $308K – 94 BE
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti – $352K – 93 BE
Darcy Byrne-Jones – $303K – 89 BE
Ben Kennedy – $294K – 87 BE
Connor Menadue – $303K – 84 BE
Matt Dea – $341K – 84 BE
Sam Kerridge – $371K – 83 BE
George Hewett – $256K – 75 BE
AROUND THE GROUNDS…
Braydon Preuss – Had a big game for the Werribee Tigers, finishing with 21 disposals, 6 marks, 7 tackles, 45 hitouts and kicked a goal as Werribee defeated North Ballarat 71-60
Declan Mountford – It was the 2nd week in a row he was named BOG for Werribee, he was again given a tagging role this week and finished with 13 disposals, 8 tackles, 5 inside 50’s and kicked a goal.
Sam Durdin – A bit more involved this week with 12 disposals and 6 hitouts last week.
Ben McKay – Kicked a goal as well as having 7 disposals, 3 marks, 3 tackles and 3 hitouts.
Ben Kennedy – Good game for him in the Casey Scorpions 92-46 win over Sandringham, finishing with 30 disposals, 3 marks, 3 tackles and 7 inside 50’s.
Clayton Oliver – Oliver finished with 28 disposals, though he did have 19 handballs, as well as 5 tackles.
Jack Trengove – Trengove had 29 disposals, 4 marks and 3 tackles for the Scorpions.
Jack Lonie – Not a great day for the Zebras, Lonie led the way for them with 21 disposals, as well as 2 marks and 2 tackles.
Nick O’Kearney – O’Kearney had 21 disposals, 5 marks, 5 tackles and kicked a goal for Sandringham.
Josh Saunders – Saunders also had 21 disposals, as well as 5 tackles and 5 rebound 50’s.
Eli Templeton – Kicked a goal, as well as having 20 disposals, 9 tackles and 3 rebound 50’s.
Lewis Pierce – Took the majority of the ruck work with Billy Longer as backup and had 6 disposals, 9 tackles and 34 hitouts.
Nathan Freeman – On limited game time again and had 5 disposals and 2 tackles.
Teia Miles – Miles had 20 disposals, 7 marks and 3 tackles in the Box Hill Hawks 69-85 loss to Richmond.
Kurt Heatherley – Heatherley had 19 disposals, 10 marks and 3 tackles.
Kieran Lovell – Lovell had 19 disposals and 2 marks for the Box Hill Hawks.
Blake Hardwick – Led the Box Hill Hawks with 3 goals and also had 12 disposals and 6 marks. Has kicked 12.15 over his 11 VFL games this year.
Adam Marcon – Marcon had 21 disposals, 2 marks, 10 tackles and kicked a goal for Richmond’s VFL side.
Nathan Broad – Broad had 20 disposals, 6 marks and 4 tackles.
Todd Elton – Elton kicked a goal and also had 14 disposals and 10 marks.
James Parsons – Parsons had 29 disposals and 7 marks, but was inaccurate in front of goal, kicking 2.4.
Paidrag Lucey – From the original “Recruit” series, Lucey had 21 disposals, 10 marks and 34 hitouts in Geelong’s 112-34 win over Essendon.
Johnathan Simpkin – Simpkin led the Bombers with 35 disposals and also had 8 marks, 4 tackles and 7 rebound 50’s.
James Polkinghorne – JP had 20 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles and 5 inside 50’s for the Bombers.
Daniel Gorringe – Gorringe had 15 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles and 3 hitouts in the Northern Blues 77-71 win over Footscray.
Harry McKay – Good day in front of goals for McKay, kicking 3 goals as well as having 11 disposals and 5 marks.
Kieran Collins – Collins had 18 disposals, 6 marks and 4 tackles for Footscray.
Bailey Dale – Just the 14 disposals for Dale, along with 3 marks and 2 tackles.
Harrison Wigg – Named BOG for the Crows reserves in their 53-73 loss to WWT and had 25 disposals, 10 marks and 6 tackles.
Alex Keath – Had 21 disposals, 7 marks and 7 rebound 50’s.
Wayne Milera – He got a bit more of the pill last week, finishing with 20 disposals, 4 marks and 5 tackles.
Tom Doedee – TD had 17 disposals, 7 marks and 3 rebound 50’s for the Adelaide reserves. Currently ranked 9th in the SANFL for spoils per game.
Reilly O’Brien – Again doing a 50/50 split in the ruck and up forward, he had 16 disposals, 6 marks, 3 tackles and 14 hitouts as well as kicking 2 goals.
Harry Dear – Got back on the scoreboard last week, kicking 3.2 as well as having 12 disposals, 6 marks and 3 tackles.
BYE: Port Adelaide
Paddy Brophy – Brophy led East Perth with 27 disposals, as well as 7 marks as they defeated Claremont 60-52.
Tom Lamb – Lamb had 24 disposals, 8 marks and kicked a goal for East Perth. Has kicked 17.13 and is averaging 17 disposals and 5 marks in his 15 WAFL games this year.
Brant Colledge – Colledge kicked 2.1 as well as having 22 disposals, 3 marks and 9 tackles.
Malcolm Karpany – Karpany had 22 disposals, 5 marks and kicked a goal.
Darcy Tucker – Tucker had 18 disposals and 7 tackles in the Peel Thunders 72-61 over Perth
Anthony Moribito – Moribito kicked 1.2 as well as having 14 disposals and 3 marks.
Michael Apeness – Returned for his broken collarbone and had 2 goals as well as 11 disposals, 7 marks and 14 disposals.
Nic Newman – Newman had 29 disposals, 6 marks, 5 tackles and kicked 3 behinds (not a persons though) in Sydney’s 43-68 loss to the UWS Giants
Colin O’Riodran – O’Riodran had 23 disposals, 6 marks and 2 tackles for Sydney.
Toby Nankervis – Nankervis led the ruck for the Swans with 21 hitouts as well as 21 disposals, 5 marks and 6 tackles. Good chance he’s brought back to the main AFL side this week with Sinclair out.
James Rose – Rose had 21 disposals, 6 marks and 5 tackles.
Jack Hiscox – Hiscox kicked 1.2 as well as having 17 disposals and 6 marks.
Jake Barrett – Was being tagged and still had 40 touches, 5 marks and 8 tackles for the UWS Giants.
Jeremy Finlayson – Finlayson had 27 touches and 10 marks.
Dawson Simpson – Led the ruck with 33 hitouts as well as 18 disposals, 5 marks and 2 tackles.
Archie Smith – Shared ruck duties with Trent West and had 18 hitouts as well as 13 disposals, 2 marks and 2 tackles in Brisbane’s big 35-110 loss to Southport.
Josh Clayton – Clayton kicked a goal as well as having 21 disposals, 8 marks and 4 tackles.
Jackson Paine – Paine had 20 disposals, 4 marks and 8 rebound 50’s.
BYE: Gold Coast