AFL Teams: Round 17

Adelaide v Essendon
AS – Fri Jul 15, 8:10pm

Adelaide

B: Graham Johncock, Ben Rutten, Andy Otten
HB: Matthew Jaensch, Daniel Talia, Michael Doughty
C: David Mackay, Scott Thompson, Richard Tambling
HF: Patrick Dangerfield, Ricky Henderson, Rory Sloane
F: Jared Petrenko, Kurt Tippett, Matthew Wright
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Bernie Vince, Nathan van Berlo
I/C: Brent Reilly, Brad Moran, Brad Symes, Brodie Smith
Emg: Ivan Maric, Myke Cook, Jack Gunston

In: Ricky Henderson, Brodie Smith
Out: Richard Douglas (Ankle), Ian Callinan (Hamstring)

Essendon

B: Ricky Dyson, Tayte Pears, Kyle Hardingham
HB: Dustin Fletcher, Michael Hurley, Dyson Heppell
C: Mark McVeigh, Brent Stanton, Brent Prismall
HF: Leroy Jetta, David Hille, David Zaharakis
F: Travis Colyer, Stewart Crameri, Angus Monfries
Foll: Patrick Ryder, Jake Melksham, Heath Hocking
I/C: Henry Slattery, Alwyn Davey, Kyle Reimers, Ben Howlett
Emg: Cale Hooker, Tom Bellchambers, Michael Ross

In: Henry Slattery
Out: Michael Hibberd (Soreness)

Richmond v Gold Coast Suns
CAZ – Sat Jul 16, 2:10pm

Richmond

B: Chris Newman, Alex Rance, Luke McGuane
HB: Brett Deledio, Will Thursfield, Bachar Houli
C: Trent Cotchin, Dustin Martin, Shane Edwards
HF: Robin Nahas, Ben Griffiths, Bradley Helbig
F: Tyrone Vickery, Jack Riewoldt, Jake King
Foll: Andrew Browne, Reece Conca, Nathan Foley
I/C: Daniel Jackson, Matthew White, Shaun Grigg, Jake Batchelor
Emg: Shane Tuck, Mitch Morton, Mitchell Farmer

In: Matthew White, Andrew Browne
Out: Jayden Post, Tom Hislop

Gold Coast Suns

B: Josh Toy, Nathan Bock, Rory Thompson
HB: Joel Wilkinson, Campbell Brown, Jarrod Harbrow
C: Trent McKenzie, Jared Brennan, Harley Bennell
HF: Daniel Stanley, Tom Lynch, Gary Ablett
F: Charlie Dixon, Josh Fraser, Dion Prestia
Foll: Zac Smith, David Swallow, Michael Rischitelli
I/C: Hayden Jolly, Matt Shaw, Rex Liddy, Sam Iles
Emg: Maverick Weller, Steven May, Seb Tape

In: Josh Toy, Charlie Dixon, Matt Shaw, Rex Liddy
Out: Karmichael Hunt (Rested), Luke Russell, Brandon Matera, Daniel Gorringe

Carlton v Collingwood
MCG – Sat Jul 16, 2:10pm

Carlton

B: Bret Thornton, Lachlan Henderson, Aaron Joseph
HB: Christopher Yarran, Jeremy Laidler, Nick Duigan
C: Bryce Gibbs, Chris Judd, Heath Scotland
HF: Jeffrey Garlett, Matthew Watson, Kade Simpson
F: Andrew Walker, Matthew Kreuzer, Eddie Betts
Foll: Robert Warnock, Mitch Robinson, Marc Murphy
I/C: Paul Bower, David Ellard, Edward Curnow, Wayde Twomey
Emg: Dennis Armfield, Kane Lucas, Zach Tuohy

In: Matthew Watson, Edward Curnow, Wayde Twomey
Out: Ryan Houlihan, Jordan Russell (Soreness), Jarrad Waite (Hip)

New: Wayde Twomey (Swan Districts)

Milestones: Aaron Joseph – 50 games

Collingwood

B: Leon Davis, Ben Reid, Heritier O’Brien
HB: Alan Toovey, Nick Maxwell, Heath Shaw
C: Dane Swan, Dale Thomas, Sharrod Wellingham
HF: Jarryd Blair, Chris Tarrant, Andrew Krakouer
F: Steele Sidebottom, Travis Cloke, Leigh Brown
Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Luke Ball
I/C: Ben Johnson, Luke Rounds, Lachlan Keeffe, Alex Fasolo
Emg: Tyson Goldsack, John McCarthy, Simon Buckley

In: Ben Johnson
Out: Simon Buckley

St Kilda v West Coast Eagles
ES – Sat Jul 16, 7:10pm

St Kilda

B: James Gwilt, Zac Dawson, Raphael Clarke
HB: Brendon Goddard, Sam Fisher, Sean Dempster
C: Nick Dal Santo, Jack Steven, Jason Gram
HF: Brett Peake, Nick Riewoldt, Sam Gilbert
F: Stephen Milne, Ryan Gamble, Tom Lynch
Foll: Ben McEvoy, Clinton Jones, Leigh Montagna
I/C: David Armitage, Adam Schneider, Farren Ray, Dean Polo
Emg: Steven Baker, Jarryn Geary, Andrew McQualter

West Coast Eagles

B: Will Schofield, Darren Glass, Shannon Hurn
HB: Scott Selwood, Eric Mackenzie, Beau Waters
C: Andrew Embley, Matthew Priddis, Matthew Rosa
HF: Bradley Ebert, Josh Kennedy, Mark Nicoski
F: Mark LeCras, Quinten Lynch, Jack Darling
Foll: Dean Cox, Adam Selwood, Luke Shuey
I/C: Nic Naitanui, Ashley Smith, Koby Stevens, Andrew Gaff
Emg: Mitch Brown, Thomas Swift, Brad Sheppard

In: Quinten Lynch, Beau Waters, Andrew Gaff
Out: Daniel Kerr (Soreness), Thomas Swift, Patrick McGinnity

Melbourne v Port Adelaide
TIO – Sat Jul 16, 8:10pm

Melbourne

B: James Strauss, James Frawley, Daniel Nicholson
HB: Colin Garland, Jared Rivers, Nathan Jones
C: Jack Trengove, Colin Sylvia, Tom Scully
HF: Ricky Petterd, Liam Jurrah, Cale Morton
F: Brad Green, Jack Watts, Stefan Martin
Foll: Mark Jamar, Brent Moloney, Jordie McKenzie
I/C: Addam Maric, Jordan Gysberts, Luke Tapscott, Jeremy Howe
Emg: Clint Bartram, Matthew Bate, Max Gawn

In: Addam Maric, Luke Tapscott
Out: Sam Blease, Jamie Bennell

Port Adelaide

B: Tom Logan, Jackson Trengove, Cameron O’Shea
HB: Nick Salter, Troy Chaplin, Hamish Hartlett
C: Ben Jacobs, Travis Boak, Kane Cornes
HF: David Rodan, Jay Schulz, Brett Ebert
F: Danyle Pearce, Chad Cornes, Robert Gray
Foll: Matthew Lobbe, Domenic Cassisi, Matt Thomas
I/C: Michael Pettigrew, Steven Salopek, Mitchell Banner, Cameron Hitchcock
Emg: Jacob Surjan, Matthew Broadbent, Daniel Stewart

In: Michael Pettigrew, Steven Salopek
Out: Matthew Broadbent, Daniel Stewart

Sydney Swans v Fremantle
SCG – Sun Jul 17, 1:10pm

Sydney Swans

B: Nicholas Smith, Heath Grundy, Martin Mattner
HB: Tadhg Kennelly, Ted Richards, Nick Malceski
C: Ben McGlynn, Kieren Jack, Jarrad McVeigh
HF: Ryan O’Keefe, Sam Reid, Matt Spangher
F: Rhyce Shaw, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Daniel Hannebery
Foll: Shane Mumford, Adam Goodes, Luke Parker
I/C: Jarred Moore, Jesse White, Craig Bird, Josh P. Kennedy, Lewis Jetta, Andrejs Everitt, Alex Johnson

In: Jesse White, Craig Bird, Andrejs Everitt

Milestones: Nick Malceski – 100 games

Fremantle

B: Antoni Grover, Luke McPharlin, Dylan Roberton
HB: Stephen Hill, Alex Silvagni, Garrick Ibbotson
C: Tendai Mzungu, Greg Broughton, Zachary Clarke
HF: Hayden Ballantyne, Nathan Fyfe, Paul Duffield
F: Matthew de Boer, Michael Johnson, Adam McPhee
Foll: Jonathon Griffin, Matthew Pavlich, Nick Lower
I/C: Ryan Crowley, Roger Hayden, Rhys Palmer, Christopher Mayne, Kepler Bradley, Clancee Pearce, Michael Barlow

In: Kepler Bradley, Clancee Pearce, Michael Barlow, Adam McPhee
Out: Josh Mellington

Milestones: Rhys Palmer – 50 games

Brisbane Lions v Geelong Cats
G – Sun Jul 17, 2:10pm

Brisbane Lions

B: Jed Adcock, Matt Maguire, Ashley McGrath
HB: Brent Staker, Niall McKeever, Joel Patfull
C: Cheynee Stiller, Simon Black, Pearce Hanley
HF: Sam Sheldon, Jonathan Brown, Tom Rockliff
F: Luke Power, Mitchell Clark, Patrick Karnezis
Foll: Matthew Leuenberger, Jack Redden, Andrew Raines
I/C: James Hawksley, James Polkinghorne, Todd Banfield, Amon Buchanan, Ryan Harwood, Jesse O’Brien, Bryce Retzlaff

In: Mitchell Clark, Brent Staker, Amon Buchanan, Jesse O’Brien
Out: Rohan Bewick

Geelong Cats

B: Josh Hunt, Matthew Scarlett, Tom Lonergan
HB: Taylor Hunt, Harry Taylor, Corey Enright
C: Andrew Mackie, Joel Selwood, Jimmy Bartel
HF: Paul Chapman, Tom Hawkins, Mathew Stokes
F: Steve Johnson, James Podsiadly, Travis Varcoe
Foll: Nathan Vardy, Cameron Ling, James Kelly
I/C: Shannon Byrnes, Joel Corey, Darren Milburn, Simon Hogan, Trent West, Steven Motlop, Allen Christensen

In: Shannon Byrnes, Andrew Mackie, Darren Milburn, Tom Hawkins, Simon Hogan, Joel Selwood, Trent West
Out: Brad Ottens (Suspension), David Wojcinski, Daniel Menzel, Mitch Duncan

North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs
ES – Sun Jul 17, 4:40pm

North Melbourne

B: Scott Thompson, Cameron Pedersen, Michael Firrito
HB: Brady Rawlings, Luke Delaney, Scott McMahon
C: Daniel Wells, Ryan Bastinac, Levi Greenwood
HF: Jack Ziebell, Aaron Edwards, Brent Harvey
F: Matt Campbell, Drew Petrie, Lachlan Hansen
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Leigh Adams, Andrew Swallow
I/C: Gavin Urquhart, Ben Warren, Liam Anthony, Benjamin Speight, Jamie Macmillan, Shaun Atley, Kieran Harper

In: Gavin Urquhart, Ben Warren, Benjamin Speight, Jamie Macmillan

Out: Lindsay Thomas

Milestones: Andrew Swallow – 100 games

Western Bulldogs

B: Easton Wood, Lukas Markovic, Dale Morris
HB: Liam Picken, Tom L. Williams, Robert Murphy
C: Daniel Cross, Matthew Boyd, Lindsay Gilbee
HF: Callan Ward, Liam Jones, Luke Dahlhaus
F: Jarrad Grant, Barry Hall, Daniel Giansiracusa
Foll: Ben Hudson, Ryan Griffen, Adam Cooney
I/C: Dylan Addison, Shaun Higgins, William Minson, Josh Hill, Brennan Stack, Sam Reid, Andrew Hooper

In: Dylan Addison, William Minson, Brennan Stack

175 Comments

  • looking to upgrade

    either
    Lower, puopolo or b.jacobs
    to>>
    broughton or shaw.

    Suggestions?

    • Lower to Broughton.

      I reckon Jacobs is gold, Shaw was always going to get some low scores and will continue to do so, mixed in with some high ones. I also predict Lower to be subbed off more than the Poo.

  • Hmmmm… Just traded Kraukeour>Brennan, But was it worth it?

  • my trades:

    krakouer – andreoli (def/mid)

    Iles – thompson

    ablett and fisher two final upgrades with 5 trades left!

  • Good on Gus for admitting he has taken few dives, but still not as many as some other players.

    Anyway i have a question, no need to worry about trades at the moment but i have 158k and i’m wanting to do 2 trades or 3 here are my options: with 158k to spend.
    1st trade is locked n loaded Smith > Cheeseburger
    2nd trade option : Darling to Sylvia leaving me with zero in the kitty or Smith to pav leaving me with zero in the kitty or i can trade smith to sylvia and with the left over money go Heppel/Stanley to Shaw the following week.

    • He should change his name to Angus Wantfrees

      • @ colonel. lol. hmm samsa once again we are face with a similar choice. I am trying to decide whether to get in this so called’ cheesburger’ or mumford. hmmm. Decisions, decisions

  • Anyone played dt for more than 6 years? I started in 2006 and my ranks have gone: 2006: 33k, 2007: 37k, 2008: 31k, 2009: 16k, 2010: 520th, 2011: 7k at the moment. In 2010 it is apparent i came across this site.

  • Anybody got thoughts on either Nahas, Missy Higgins, J brown or petterd for a trade in for darling

  • should i get jon brown in for issac smith? i have 7 trades left.

  • Hi Guys, long time reader, first time poster. I am after some trade advice. I am quite superstitious and there is a number that keeps jumping out at me. That number is 126. It’s weird, everything i do has the number 126 in it. I have 126k in the bank, i am ranked 126th, Adding Boyds and Mitchells average comes to… you guessed it, 126! When i got Lobbe his starting price was 126k. When you look at the alpha bet. The 1st letter is A and the 26th letter is Z, (first letter and last letter = symmetry) and who has these 2 letters in their name Zac Smith!!! So, as you can see everything leads up to trading out Zac Smith. But, like i said, it’s all about symmetry. So i have come to the conclusion that I need to trade in someone (for zac smith) who has some connection to the number 126. You can call me crazy or whatever, but the number 126 is one of the most powerful numbers, just ask the buddhas. Now that i have shared my wisdom and knowledge I need your help, my mind is lacking clarity and focus, which ruck man has a connection to the magical number of 126?

    • haha

      first time poster……

    • Goldstein. Club ranked 12th and he’s 6.6ft tall.

    • Dr Colonel says you sufferer from ‘Crazy Fritsyy Disorder’. Definitely life changing and will require immense human courage to beat it.

      • Medication includes swallowing 126 nurofens at the same time. Also getting 4 premium ruckman in your dream team will enable karma to work for you, not against you.

    • Sandi is 211cm tall. His highest score this season is 129. If you deduct his highest score from his height, you will get 82. 129 is 3 more than the magical number, which we all know is 126. Now, as we have 82 left over, we must deduct 82 from 211, which leaves us again, with 129. Since we our first calculation resulted in a number 3 more than the all powerfull 126, to maintain balance in the universe unless we all want to be eaten by a black hole, we must deduct 3 from 126, leaving us with 123. Now, if you add 129 and 123 together and divide by two, which is the number of players involved in the trade, the average will be 126. This is proof from God that the trade is legit.

      Now that you have proof from God, telling you that you should make this trade, you must do it. When you do, you will be promised the score of 126, which happens to be 3 times the number of virgins that other God says you will get when you go to the other heaven.

      3 is the perfect number for people involved in a sex act. This is proven by 2 females + 1 male = 1 epic night. If you add those numbers together, you will get 211.

      As you can see, based on all the mathematical evidence, God is telling you that if you trade Smith for Sandi, he will give you a 3some.

      No need to thank me for my help.

      Good luck.

      • Thank you for your insight. However, you are wrong. Sandi was the devil sent up from hell to fuk with us all. I rid myself and my team from that after his second injury. I should have traded him out on the 1st day, 2hours and 6 minutes after we found out he was injured. However, i value that you understand the power of the magical number, that is 126.

        Now i shall further delve into the topic and the shed some further insight into the sweet merciful jesus, known as 126. 126 is known as a ‘magic number.’ It is included in a selection of other ‘magic number’. The ‘magic numbers’ are chosen because they represent the number of neutrons or protons in strongly bound and exceptionally stable atomic nuclei (dream team).

        When we break down the magic numbers, something unbelievable is discovered. We shall look at the first and last magic numbers, everything has to be done in symmetry. The first magic number is 2, this is the number of trades we are allowed to make each week. This number provides symmetry and balance in this world. It represents the ying and the yang and is not to be messed with. This is of course where the ‘no sideway trades’ rule stems from. Doing sideways trades does not provide symmetry and balance in the world. Thus, as a knowledgeable dream team coach, that follows the magical numbers theorem, knows trades should be done in two’s; two downgrades, two upgrades, or one downgrade and one upgrade. It is imperative that symmetry is maintained at all times.

        126 is the last magic number and is the most powerful of them all. Ultimate stability comes from using this number. Every good thing that happens can be traced back to the number 126.

        Kind Regards,
        SH
        Ph.D and Magic Number Theorist
        Specialisation: The Sweet Merciful Jesus (126)

  • how likely is andrew hooper to hold his spot for the bulldogs? Is he a good rookie to bring in defence?

    • glad i dont have him…was gonna bring him in soon too

    • F#ck you Heath Shaw.

      I just traded him in for Duigan about 2 hours ago to finalise my backs. I AM SOOOO PISSED OFF RIGHT NOW!!!