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Supercoach Rd 17 : Rookie Scout Report

Published by Barron Von Crow on


Howdy folks, I’m Barron Von Crow and welcome to the Supercoach Scout Report.

Round 16 of the AFL season is now crossed off the list and it’s starting to look like Round 17 might be a bit of a blue light special for us (do they even do those anymore? Or am I just confusing the kids here with that reference?) with the likes of Dayne Beams, Jack Billings, Adam Treloar, Trent Cotchin, Robbie Gray, Scott Pendlebury, Daniel Hannebery, Max Gawn, Tom Rockliff and Joel Selwood all being around the low 500K range and facing further price drops thanks to be break evens.

That = big savings for you and me if you still have upgrades to do in your side. So, let’s go take a look at the last batch of rookies we may have for the year and see which ones we’ll want to be trading up to premo superstars.

Adelaide VS Western Bulldogs

Andy Otten (94 SCPoints) made his return to the Crows side, this time playing down back as a replacement for Kyle Hartigan. Hartigan is likely to be out for another 4-6 weeks, so Otten should maintain his spot in the 22 for the rest of the Supercoach season.

Jake Kelly (104 SCPoints) had a nice night teaming with Jake Lever, taking 8 marks while also having 9 tackles. That score is an equal career high for him and is only the 2nd time in his career he’s eclipsed the 100-point barrier. His ownership percentage has hovered around the 2% mark all season, so he’s not massively relevant at this stage.

Riley Knight (86 SCPoints) again had a solid game and has been decent in his 2 games since returning from injury with scores of 72 and now 86. Again, not very relevant in Supercoach, with his highest ownership percentage being 1% in Round 5.

Hugh Greenwood was rested, but Don Pyke sounded like his return was a forgone conclusion in the post-match presser. The continued presence of Scott Thompson could see him moved back to being a forward, which will have an impact on his scoring potential.

Hawthorn VS GWS

Ryan Burton (64 SCPoints) did enough to hit his breakeven and gained $2,700, but now faces a BE of 87, which sits just above his year average of 82 SCPoints. His projected BE is currently set above 77 for the next month, so now looks like the high time to sell him at his current value of $405K.

Blake Hardwick (50 SCPoints) had a reasonably poor game by his recent standards (scores of 84 and 79 in his previous two games), but that can happen with rookie picks. His BE is 59 and his season average sits at 61 SCPoints, so he may be hitting near peak price. With someone like Joel Selwood sitting at $483K and with a BE of 165, it could potentially cost you just $150K to upgrade Hardwick next week.

For the Giants, Daniel Lloyd (44 SCPoints) played his 7th game of the season, but thanks to his poor scoring (high score of 54 so far), his cash gain has almost been minimal at best. Still, at this time of year we may not have the time or trades to downgrade a downgrade, so he could still be an OK trade in target with the current injury issues at GWS.

Harry Perryman (70 SCPoints) had his highest score of his short career. Like Lloyd, he hasn’t gained much cash so far, but could be OK bench cover for the rest of the season.

Collingwood VS Essendon

Matthew Scharenberg (57 SCPoints) was a late call-up to replace the injured Jeremy Howe, but despite a 20-disposal game, he scored quite poorly, probably due to having just 5 contested possessions and 6 turnovers.

Will Hoskin-Elliot (82 SCPoints) now has a BE of 85, which sits just above his season average of 79. He’s likely to yo-yo around this range for the rest of the year and has alternated between scores of 60 and 80-90 each week since Round 10 (64, 90, 62, 91, 61, 82).

James Stewart (79 SCPoints) bounced back reasonably well from a pair of bad games and gained $5,300. His BE has been pushed back down to 42, which should see him have another price rise or two.

Andrew McGrath (90 SCPoints) produced his highest score since Round 10, which has pushed his BE back down to 33. He should keep making a bit of cash for at least the next two weeks, though that BE will jump back up by Round 19 unless he has another decent scoring game in that time. He’s still owned by 21.6% of teams.

Sydney VS Gold Coast

Lewis Melican (74 SCPoints) continued to show his ability to score well from limited possessions, likely aided by the fact he had just the 1 turnover, while booting a goal and having 7 1%ers included in his 14 disposals. In the last month he hasn’t eclipsed the 15-disposal mark, but is averaging 69 SCPoints in that time. His BE is 29 this week, so he should eclipse the 300K mark for the first time this year.

Nic Newman (80 SCPoints) had his lowest score since Round 12, but still finds his 5-round average sitting at 90 SCPoints. His BE is 98 this week, he went down $4,800 this week, you can probably bank on another minor one. He’s currently ranked as the #18 defender in Supercoach, but still finds himself above options such as Zach Tuohy and Heath Shaw and within 5 points over others such as Howe, Simpson, Hibberd and Harbrow.

Ben Ainsworth (23 SCPoints) may have been a one hit wonder after a score of 99 SCPoints in Round 15, while Jarrod Witts (108 SCPoints) continued to edge closer to keeper status and Jack Bowes (69 SCPoints) played his first game since Round 8 and produced his 2nd highest score from the 8 games he has played in his debut season.

Trent McKenzie (72 SCPoints) played his first game since Round 14 of 2016 and had 17 disposals and 6 marks. Back in 2013 and 2014 he averaged 88 and 80 SCPoints, he hasn’t come close to hitting those averages in years, but he could be decent cover if he continues to play.

Brisbane VS Geelong

Alex Witherden (74 SCPoints) continued his terrific rookie form. He had 21 disposals, 6 marks and is now averaging 23 disposals across his 3 games. He’s still below $200K, so now might be your last chance to grab him at a decent price.

Jarrod Berry (85 SCPoints) continues to impress, with a 3-round average now at 76 SCPoints and a BE of 43, while Matthew Hammelmann (18 SCPoints) continued to score poorly when given AFL action.

James Parsons (98 SCPoints) scored his highest ever score, but his form has been yo-yoing over the last month, recording scores of 51, 82, 49 and 98.

Brandan Parfitt (71 SCPoints) returned from his injury and put up his 2nd highest score in the 7 games he’s played, not that it helped many, with his ownership percentage dropping from a peak of 40.9% in Round 5 down to 7.2%.

Wylie Buzza (43 SCPoints) and Zach Guthrie (54 SCPoints) are both on the bubble this week, but haven’t had the greatest success so far and their job security may be a bit iffy for the rest of the year.

St Kilda VS Richmond

Ben Long (58 SCPoints) played his first game since receiving a pair of games in Round 4 and 5. That’s given him his first price rise of the year, but it was minimal, thanks to his scores of 28 and 22 in his first two games.

Tyson Stengle (30 SCPoints) saw his ToG% increase from 52% to 76%, but he still had just the 8 touches and didn’t kick any goals. Development games for him, which will serve him well in the future, but probably nothing to see in Supercoach.

Dan Butler (36 SCPoints) now has scores of 36, 14 and 36 in his last 5 games, although his BE sits at just 53 this week. I imagine his form will continue along the same sort of path for the rest of the year.

North Melbourne VS Fremantle

Mitch Hibberd (74 SCPoints) played his 3rd game of the year and 22 disposals and 7 marks. Good result for him and hopefully he can continue it going forward, especially since it looked like at least 28.4% of all Supercoachers held on to him despite not playing between Round 1 and 14.

Daniel Nielson (58 SCPoints) played his first career game after being a 2nd round pick in the 2014 draft. Jy Simpkin (55 SCPoints) returned from injury, but lost cash thanks to an injury hit score of 5 in his last game. His BE is 58 this week, so he could go down again, but might be an OK downgrade option in terms of job security for the rest of the year.

Corey Wagner (28 SCPoints) also played his 3rd game of the year, but has scores of 9, 29 and 28 in his 3 games. I’d stay away.

The big news for the Dockers was the debut of Ryan Nyhuis (78 SCPoints) who booted 4 goals. He had just the 9 disposals though, so I wouldn’t be banking on that sort of score every week unless he can get his hands on the pill a few more times a game.

Luke Ryan (91 SCPoints) had his highest score of his career, having 19 disposals (15 kicks), 6 marks and 4 tackles. Sean Darcy (71 SCPoints) probably had a very good result considering he was taking on Todd Goldstein, he had 34 hitouts and has also recorded 7 tackles in each of his last two games. He’s still under $200K as well.

West Coast VS Port Adelaide

It probably wasn’t a massive surprise to see Nathan Vardy (65 SCPoints) produce his lowest score since Round 8 with the return of Scott Lycett to the side. His BE is 96 and is only owned by 4.7% of teams, but he might start bleeding cash if the average scores continue while Lycett takes more ruck time.

Malcolm Karpany (51 SCPoints) couldn’t back up his Round 15 score of 88 and finished with just 10 disposals and 3 tackles.

Joe Atley (45 SCPoints) debuted for the Power, he had 14 disposals, but that included 11 handballs. That may limit his Supercoach upside early. Sam Powell-Pepper (45 SCPoints) had his lowest score since Round 4, his BE is now up at 97, a score he has yet to beat this year. He’s still owned by 35.1% of sides, but could be time for those remaining owners to move him on.

Matthew White (41 SCPoints) also had a poor return after scores of 99 and 73 in his first two matches back, but he still has a BE of 52 and some more cash generation left in him. Dan Houston (91 SCPoints) had his highest score of the year and now has scores of 90, 82 and 91 over his last month of footy. The 5% of players who kept him will be happy with that.

Carlton VS Melbourne

Sam Petrevski-Seton (102 SCPoints) bobbed up with 3rd triple digit score of the year. He had just 16 disposals, but 9 tackles and 12 contested possessions in there. Ciaran Sheehan (42 SCPoints) is on the bubble this week, but is averaging just 40 SCPoints so far this year, while Harrison Macreadie (41 SCPoints) played his 7th game of the year and first since Round 10 and Zac Fisher (64 SCPoints) put up his highest score of the year.

Joel Smith (34 SCPoints) returned after hurting himself in Round 1, but didn’t score all that well, while Mitch Hannan (70 SCPoints) managed a decent score after 3 scores in the 50’s in his last  5 games.



Jake Barrett – BE 119

Nic Newman – BE 98

Sam Powell-Pepper – BE 97

Ryan Burton – BE 87

Will Hoskin-Elliot – BE 85

Jarrod Witts – BE 79

Matthew Hammelmann – BE 68

Mitch Hannan – BE 63

Andy Otten – BE 62



Blake Hardwick – BE 59

Jy Simpkin – BE 58

Oliver Florent – BE 54

Hugh McCluggage – BE 53

Dan Butler – BE 53

Ben Ainsworth – BE 52

Matthew White – BE 52

Corey Wagner – BE 51

Sam Petrevski-Seton – BE 47

Jarrod Berry – BE 43

Daniel Lloyd- BE 42

James Stewart – BE 42

Jake Kelly – BE 42

Griffin Logue – BE 40

Brandan Parfitt – BE 38

Dan Houston – BE 37

Zac Fisher – BE 34

Andrew McGrath – BE 33


LOW BE (MIN 3 games)

Lewis Melican – BE 29

Harrison Macreadie – BE 24

Joel Smith – BE 13

Malcolm Karpany – BE 12

Matthew Scharenberg – BE 8

Riley Knight – BE 6

Harry Perryman – BE 3

Declan Mountford – BE -2

Hugh Greenwood – BE -7

Luke Ryan – BE -10

Alex Witherden – BE -50

Sean Darcy – BE -60




Round 12 of the VFL season is done with Richmond defeating Casey 76-48, Collingwood beat Geelong 76-50, Werribee won against Coburg 87-69, the Northern Blues went down to Port Melbourne 86-63, Essendon had a big win against North Ballarat 100-46, Box Hill had just their 2nd loss of the year, going down to Williamstown 118-73 and Footscray took care of Sandringham 120-71.

Northern Blues (Carlton)

Kristian Jaksch – Had 16 disposals, 7 marks and 3 rebound 50’s.

Jarrod PickettFinished with 12 disposals, 1 mark, 4 tackles and 3 inside 50’s.

Harry McKayBooted just the 1 goal with 9 disposals, 4 marks and 3 tackles.

Pat KerrKicked a goal, but had just 9 disposals, 4 marks and 2 tackles.

Andrew GallucciHad just 5 disposals, but kicked 2 goals and also had 8 tackles as well.


Callum BrownBrown had 22 disposals, 5 marks, 3 tackles and 2 inside 50’s.

Josh DaicosDaicos had 21 disposals, 5 marks, 2 tackles and 4 inside 50’s.

Kayle KirbyKirby finished with 4 goals, as well as having 11 disposals, 5 marks and 2 tackles.


Aaron Francis – Finished with 13 disposals, 4 marks and 2 tackles.

Kobe Mutch – Mutch had 22 disposals, 5 marks and 5 tackles.

Mason RedmanRedman had 19 disposals, 5 marks and 5 inside 50’s.


Esava RatugoleaKicked 1.2, but had just 5 disposals, 3 marks and 2 tackles.

Ryan Abbott – Kicked 2 behinds as well as having 11 disposals, 3 marks, 4 tackles and 24 hitouts.

Aaron BlackFinished with 14 disposals, 1 mark and 5 tackles.

Box Hill (Hawthorn)

Conor Glass – Glass finished with 17 disposals, 4 tackles and 4 rebound 50’s.

Harry Morrison – Morrison had 21 disposals, 6 marks, 9 tackles, 3 inside 50’s and 4 rebound 50’s.

Teia MilesMiles finished with just 9 disposals, 4 marks and 2 each of inside and rebound 50’s.

Dallas WillsmoreKicked 1.1 along with 24 disposals, 5 marks and 4 tackles.

Oliver HanrahanHanrahan also kicked 1.1 with 17 disposals, 5 marks and 5 inside 50’s.

James Cousins – Cousins kicked a goal along with 24 disposals, 7 marks and 5 tackles.

Casey (Melbourne)

Mitch WhiteWhite had 18 disposals, 5 marks, 3 tackles, 5 inside 50’s and 3 rebound 50’s.

Corey MaynardMaynard finished with 25 disposals, 3 marks, 7 tackles and a goal.

Jake Spencer – Spencer had 37 hitouts, along with 10 disposals and 5 tackles.

Dion JohnstoneJohnstone had 11 disposals, 13 tackles and 2 inside 50’s.

Werribee (North Melbourne)

Will Fordham – Fordham had 22 disposals, 4 marks and 3 tackles.

Braydon Preuss – Pruess had 30 hitouts, as well as kicking 1.1 with 15 disposals, 5 marks and 2 tackles.

Ben McKayReturned after almost 3 months off with a groin injury and finished with 15 disposals, 6 marks, 3 tackles and 7 hitouts.

Sam Durdin – Had 12 disposals, 4 marks and 2 tackles.


Nathan BroadBroad had 22 disposals, 8 marks and 3 rebound 50’s.

Jake BatchelorBatchelor finished with 18 disposals, 6 marks, 2 tackles and 6 rebound 50’s.

Shai BoltonBolton kicked 1.2, with 10 disposals, 3 marks and 5 tackles.

Jack GrahamGraham had 25 disposals and 12 tackles.

Ivan SoldoSoldo had 39 hitouts with 10 disposals and 10 tackles.

Callum MooreMoore kicked 2.1, along with 13 disposals, 7 marks, 3 tackles and 6 inside 50’s.

Sandringham (St Kilda)

Brandon WhiteWhite kicked a goal, along with having 25 disposals, 9 marks, 4 inside 50’s and 7 rebound 50’s.

Bailey RiceRice had 28 disposals, 6 marks, 3 tackles and 4 rebound 50’s.

Nick O’KearneyO’Kearney had 21 disposals, 8 marks and 1 tackle.

Jason HolmesFinished with 62 hitouts, 7 disposals and 4 tackles.

Ed PhillipsPhillips had 23 disposals, 5 marks and 3 inside 50’s.

Josh BattleKicked 1.1 with 16 disposals, 9 marks and 6 tackles.

Footscray (Western Bulldogs)

Josh PruddenKicked a goal, along with 18 disposals, 4 marks and 2 rebound 50’s.

Kieran CollinsHad just 10 disposals, 4 marks and 2 rebound 50’s.

Declan HamiltonKicked a goal, along with 18 disposals, 3 marks and 2 tackles.

Patrick LipinskiKicked 2 behinds, but also had 25 disposals, 6 marks and 2 tackles.

Lewis YoungYoung had 24 disposals, 11 marks, 3 inside 50’s and 5 rebound 50’s.


Round 12 of the SANFL season saw a reserves Showdown where Port ran away with the game in the 2nd half to win 112-54.


Tom DoedeeHad 23 disposals, 9 marks, 6 tackles and 3 rebound 50’s.

Elliott Himmelberg – Had a season high 4 goals, along with 11 disposals and 6 marks.

Jordan GallucciSpent more time in the midfield with Thompson out and had 24 disposals, 7 marks, 7 tackles, 7 inside 50’s and 4 rebound 50’s.

Harrison WiggReturned from a minor hip injury and had 25 disposals, 5 marks, 4 tackles, 3 inside 50’s and 4 rebound 50’s.

Myles PoholkePoholke had 17 disposals, 5 marks, 7 tackles and 3 inside 50’s.

Jonathon BeechKicked 2 goals with 16 disposals, 4 marks and 3 rebound 50’s.

Port Adelaide

Riley BonnerFinished with just 12 disposals, 3 marks, 2 tackles and 2 inside 50’s.

Will SnellingSnelling had 18 disposals, 3 tackles and 2 inside 50’s.

Billy FramptonFrampton kicked 3.1, along with 20 disposals, 10 marks, 3 tackles and 6 hitouts.

Peter LadhamsKicked 2 goals from just 6 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles and 7 hitouts.

Jesse PalmerKicked a goal with 22 disposals, 4 marks, 8 tackles and 5 inside 50’s.

Aidyn JohnsonKicked 3.2 from 15 disposals, 5 marks and 3 tackles.

Brett EddyEddy also kicked 3.2 and had 13 disposals, 10 marks and 2 inside 50’s.


Big wins all around in Round 15 of the NEAFL season with Soutport defeating the UWS Giants 118-48, Sydney walloped Gold Coast 136-29 and Brisbane smashed Aspley 166-45.


Liam DawsonKicked 2.1, with 14 disposals, 7 marks and 3 tackles.

Cian Hanley – Kicked a goal, along with 21 disposals, 6 marks, 4 tackles and 5 inside 50’s.

Mitchell HingeHinge had 23 disposals, 3 marks, 2 tackles and 4 rebound 50’s.

Jake BarrettLed the game with 34 disposals, along with 9 marks, 6 inside 50’s and a goal.

Corey LyonsKicked a goal, as well as having 25 disposals, 3 marks, 10 tackles and 3 rebound 50’s.

Blake GrewarKicked 1.1 with 23 disposals, 4 marks, 2 tackles and 6 inside 50’s.

Oscar McInerneyBooted 2 goals and also had 47 hitouts, 16 disposals, 2 marks, 2 tackles and 3 inside 50’s.

Gold Coast

Mackenzie WillisWillis had 16 disposals, 4 marks and 2 inside 50’s.

Jack ScrimshawFinished with 19 disposals, 5 marks and 3 rebound 50’s.

Will BrodieHad 25 disposals, 2 marks and 4 inside 50’s.


Will Setterfield – Had just 14 disposals, 1 mark and 6 tackles.

Dawson SimpsonHad 55 hitouts as well as 14 disposals, 5 marks and 5 tackles.

Matthew FlynnKicked 1.1 with 11 disposals, 7 marks and 11 hitouts.


Harrison MarshHad 26 disposals, 8 marks, 6 tackles and 4 inside 50’s.

Alex JohnsonFinished with 7 disposals, 2 marks, 3 tackles and 3 inside 50’s.

Colin O’RiodanO’Riodan had 31 disposals, 10 marks and 5 rebound 50’s.

Shaun EdwardsFinished with 25 disposals, 3 marks, 4 tackles, 4 inside 50’s and 3 rebound 50’s.

Brandon JackKicked 3 goals with 26 disposals, 4 marks, 4 tackles and 5 inside 50’s.

Ben RonkeHad 25 disposals, 7 marks, 2 tackles and 2 each of inside and rebound 50’s.

Samuel FisherBooted a goal and also had 31 disposals, 6 marks and 4 tackles.


Round 16 of the WAFL season saw Peel Thunder defeat West Perth 99-69 while East Perth had the bye round.

Peel Thunder (Fremantle)

Taylin DumanFinished with 17 disposals, 6 marks and 3 rebound 50’s.

Harley BalicReturned from his personal leave and had 25 disposals 10 marks and 2 tackles.


And that’s it from me, but as always, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the section below, or drop me a line on the twitters


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Arousing, BvC. Begley (117k fwd) being talked up on Twitter by Woosha.

Jack Graham's ability to touch the bloody ball and lay a tackle would come in handy after last week!


Like to see Graham kept on ice till next year along with a few others.


Good point, Stirsly! Let's not hope for a repeat of the great rookie debacle that was 2017.

Rick Grimes

My name is Rick and I own Luke Shuey. It's embarrassing to admit, but since round 5 he's scored only one ton. I'm not sure how it got to this, I kept telling myself, "it's ok, it's not a problem, you'll come right". But it hasn't and now it's really starting to hurt. I thought I'd hit rock bottom, but then he scored 73 on the weekend. I realise now I have a to make a change. I guess, admitting I have a problem is the first step in getting help. Thanks for listening.


My name is Dice and I held Nick Riewoldt all year through the injuries and bad scores. Last week I traded him out after his dismal 45 and 1 ton over the last 10 weeks.
He tonned up on the weekend and dominated.
Hope Hurley does a number on you Friday night

Rick Grimes

Thanks for sharing, Dice. There's no judgement here. Stay strong.


Haha funny man Rick!

neil demons delight

can see why you chose Shuey Rick but like Swallow jom and Roughy you have to bite the bullet I always thought roughy was good but finally got rid of him difference is Shuey may come good


My name is Russ and I am a Spudaholic lol


Keep coming back man

Benjamin B

Time for SPP to go. Who do i bring in? seems to be no1 really but i need to make that cash

Point Less

K.Jack or D.Swallow perhaps BB. Witherden and Hibberd obviously


Who is the best option for point scoring for the rest of the year, dollars not an issue.
A. Selwood
B. Tich
C. Zork
D. Zerrit

Benjamin B

Titch, Zachary, Zorko, Selwood


Tich or Selwood … toss a coin.

neil demons delight

there are some rubbish away strips going around now my team wants me to buy one Wouldn't let my dog sleep on the dees strip …The only good one is the doggies and the woods if you can call it an away jersey


I was getting the teams mixed up last weekend Neil when hawks played giants.
And the umps in grey, what is going on?

neil Demons Delight

hawks have one of the worse remember that one couple years back shocker never had any problems with black or white shorts

Bock Choy

I am a big fan of having distinctly different clash jumpers. I used to umpire football and jumper clashes were the bane of my existence! Put a group of players into a pack wearing St. Kilda (Devon Meadows) and Essendon (Hampton Park) and all you see is a mass of black, red and white together.

Umpires a wearing grey as Richmond's lime green clash jumper actually clashes with the umpires!

Bock Choy

My Tigers look like lemon meringue's with our away strip. I also see Adelaide have now followed us in this design – theirs is not any better.

Wran Dom

Ninth placed Meringues. Must be a banner in that


Any of the rookies on the bubble worth going for? Or is waiting a week and assessing the next wave the best option?


There's nothing fantastic out there, Matt. Guthrie if you're really desperate, otherwise wait on Nyhuis (won't kick 4 every week) and Atley (went okay, just handballed a lot. ?? over ceiling)


Even those on the bubble won't make a lot of dosh … could be worth a wait and see. Especially if your trade out isn't set to lose heaps …. or if painting the fence … your target isn't looking at a big rise either. Many of the fallen Premos have more dosh to lose… Jelwood, Yeo, JJK, Rocky all worth waiting for..


Another 4 for FATSO, how many will he kick when his SKINO???


If you were going jump on key forward now, would you even bother or would you bite the bullet?

Thinking Jezza Cameron, Dixon, JJK (If named), Westhoff, Tj.Lynch

Wran Dom

NRoo as he usually finishes seasons strongly. Worth a look?

Daniel Z

How about a left-field option of J. Patton? Has had a good run post-byes, with 156 / 103 / 117.
Obviously a pretty risky but you could make up some ground as not many have him.


Any suggestions for my team this week. Here it is:
DEF: Doch, Adams, Laird, Simpson, Lloyd, Witherden (Ryan, Schaz)
MID: Danger, Zorko, Bont, Murphy, Wines, Treloar, Fyfe, SPP (Cousins, Brown, Hibberd)
RUCK: Martin, Nank (Darcy)
FWD: Yeo, Macrae, Dahlhaus, Ryder, Heeney, Wallis (Greenwood, Strnadica)
Currently have 7 trades with 303k in the bank
Thanks community


SPP to zerritt or titchell.

Wran Dom

TiTch this week. Jelwood next week. Treloar to mid bench. Shaw for Def bench cover over Schaz may be handy while he is so cheap.


Any suggestions here?
I have 6 trades with $249.3k
Looking at trading SPP for TMitch but not sure what else?
DEF: Doch, Laird, Hibberd(MEL), Adams, Newman, Shaw (Ryan, Hibberd(Nth))
MID: Danger, Neale, Pendles, Murph, Fyfe, Rocky, Lloyd(Syd), Greenwood(Ade) (SPP, Mountford, Cousins)
RUC: Gawn, Martin (Darcy)
FWD: Heeney, Yeo, Greene, Dahlhaus, Nank, NRoo (Beech, Eddy)


Tuohy to Hurley and Cripps to Zorko would leave me with 6 trades and 113k.