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AFL Teams 2017: Round 11

Full round 11 Bye Round teams are in!

5:00pm Friday 02/06/2017

Sunday extended benches are in and only 1 match to report on with Dockers vs Pies.
We can confirm Luke Ryan (Def $150,000) is making his debut. Unfortunately we have to wait a bit longer for Callum Brown (Mid/Fwd $182,000).

Friday Updates

6:25pm Thursday 01/06/2017

A pinch and a punch for the the first day of the month, and we have some new teamsheets for you on this first bye round. Early news was already that Aaron Sandilands (Ruck $466,000) will return.
Those who jumped on Jordan Cunico (Fwd/Mid), well, hes out. As is Brad Scheer (Mid $174,000) who some may have picked up for his bye round structure, but for Gary Ablett (Mid $672,000) who we can confirm is back in. POD Luke Shuey (Mid $620,000) who was in terrific form is also back in after a rest. Those who held Dan Butler (Fwd $291,000) his inclusion is very handy for the byes.
Rumours could be true about Luke Ryan (Def $150,000) who has made the top 22, check sunday extended bench selections Friday 5pm to confirm. Do the same for Callum Brown (Mid/Fwd $182,000).

Fantasy relevant INs and OUTs

Gary Ablett (Mid $672,000)
Luke Shuey (Mid $620,000)
Dan Butler (Fwd $291,000)

*Check sunday extended Benches ~5pm Friday*
Aaron Sandilands (Ruck $466,000)
Luke Ryan (Def $150,000)
Callum Brown (Mid/Fwd $182,000)

Jordan Cunico (Omitted)
Brayden Fiorini (Omitted),
Brad Scheer (Omitted)
Josh J. Kennedy (Calf),
Chris Masten (Omitted)

Thursday Updates

6:25pm Wednesday 31/05/2017

Port vs Hawks Partial lockout teams are in. No changes to Port, and no changes to Hawks. Both hawk Debuts from last week James Cousins (Mid $167,000) and Dallas Willsmore (Mid $155,000) have held their spot. There is no sign of Chad Wingard (Fwd $500,000).

6:00pm Wednesday 31/05/2017

Teams for Thursday game Port vs Hawks will be announced ~6:15pm tonight. Its the first round of the byes with no Brisbane Lions, Carlton, Melbourne, St Kilda, Sydney Swans, Western Bulldogs; and we are playing top 18 players on field. Its also another partial lockout game, so make sure your Hawks and Port trades are lined up before the partial lockout at 7:50pm Thursday, with only a brief window knowing full weekend teams.
Especially relevant for those wanting to trade in Port players who play every game over the next three byes.
Early news, Gary Ablett (Mid $672,000) is expected to return after 1 week rest with a sore shoulder. There is some chatter about rookie Luke Ryan (Def $150,000) making a debut, but we’ll have to wait til tomorrow to see if this is vaguely true, and even then he will be on the Sunday extended bench.

Wednesday Updates and Early news

Important times to Remember:

Port vs Hawks teams from ~6:25pm AEST Wednesday 31/05/2017
Remaining weekend teams from ~6:25pm AEST Thursday 01/06/2017
Late changes Port vs Hawks ~6:50pm AEST Thursday 01/06/2017
Partial Lockout Port vs Hawks 7:50pm AEST Thursday 01/06/2017
Sunday extended bench selections (Freo vs Pies) from ~5:00 AEST Friday 02/06/2017
Late changes Cats vs Crows ~6:50pm AEST Friday 02/06/2017
Full Lockout Cats vs Crows 7:50pm AEST Friday 02/06/2017


Brisbane Lions, Carlton, Melbourne, St Kilda, Sydney Swans, Western Bulldogs

Thursday June 1

Port Adelaide v Hawthorn, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)


B Darcy Byrne-Jones, Tom Clurey, Jack Hombsch
HB Matthew Broadbent, Tom Jonas, Hamish Hartlett
C Brad Ebert, Ollie Wines, Jared Polec
HF Jarman Impey, Justin Westhoff, Sam Powell-Pepper
F Sam Gray, Charlie Dixon, Jackson Trengove
FOL Paddy Ryder, Robbie Gray, Travis Boak
I/C Aaron Young, Karl Amon, Jasper Pittard, Brendon Ah Chee
EMG Angus Monfries, Jimmy Toumpas, Jesse Palmer
No Change
MILESTONES: Brad Ebert – Playing 200th game


B Taylor Duryea, Josh Gibson, Kaiden Brand
HB Ryan Burton, Luke Hodge, Shaun Burgoyne
C Dallas Willsmore, Daniel Howe, Ricky Henderson
HF Tom Mitchell, Jack Gunston, Isaac Smith
F Paul Puopolo, Jarryd Roughead, Ty Vickery
FOL Ben McEvoy, Liam Shiels, Luke Breust
I/C Blake Hardwick, James Sicily, James Cousins, Brendan Whitecross
EMG Billy Hartung, Ryan Schoenmakers, Kade Stewart
No Change
MILESTONES: Dallas Willsmore – Played 1st game, James Cousins – Played 1st game

Shags’ Watchlist

A lot of people have avoided Brad Ebert (Mid $595,000) because they have been burnt in previous years, and one of those players quoted as on “never again” lists. But his number just can’t be ignored this year, avraging 108.1. On top of that he plays every bye so he is a handy upgrade option this week.

James Cousins (Mid $167,000) looks just about the best of the downgrade options this week with a solid 66 in his debut. Can he keep his spot in the team? He also has the awkward round 13 bye which could make it difficult for your bye structure.

Friday June 2

Geelong v Adelaide, Simonds Stadium (7.50pm)


B Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Lonergan, Tom Stewart
HB Andrew Mackie, Lachie Henderson, Zach Tuohy
C Mitch Duncan, Joel Selwood, Jordan Murdoch
HF Steven Motlop, Harry Taylor, Nakia Cockatoo
F Darcy Lang, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel
FOL Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Scott Selwood
I/C Mark Blicavs, Cameron Guthrie, Sam Menegola, James Parsons
EMG Rhys Stanley, Jordan Cunico, Tom Ruggles
Tom Lonergan, Nakia Cockatoo
Jed Bews (Ankle), Jordan Cunico (Omitted)
MILESTONES: Tom Hawkins – Playing 200th game


B Jake Lever, Daniel Talia, Rory Laird
HB Luke Brown, Kyle Hartigan, Jake Kelly
C Brodie Smith, Matt Crouch, Rory Sloane
HF Wayne Milera, Taylor Walker, Tom Lynch
F Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Charlie Cameron
FOL Sam Jacobs, Brad Crouch, Richard Douglas
I/C David Mackay, Hugh Greenwood, Rory Atkins, Andy Otten
EMG Jonathon Beech, Riley Knight, Reilly O’Brien
No Change
MILESTONES: Josh Jenkins – Playing 100th game

Shags’ Watchlist

Scott Selwood (Mid $439,000) or “Scooter” as people affectionately call him has been a revelation since he came back with a cool 119 for each of his first two games. Already gained $59k but is cheap if he keeps scoring the way he has been scoring.

Saturday June 3

Gold Coast Suns v West Coast Eagles, Metricon Stadium (1.45pm)


B Jesse Joyce, Jack Leslie, Jarrod Harbrow
HB Sean Lemmens, Steven May, Adam Saad
C Matt Rosa, Gary Ablett, David Swallow
HF Jarryd Lyons, Tom J. Lynch, Touk Miller
F Brandon Matera, Peter Wright, Jack Martin
FOL Jarrod Witts, Aaron Hall, Michael Barlow
I/C Pearce Hanley, Alex Sexton, Kade Kolodjashnij, Will Brodie
EMG Brayden Fiorini, Keegan Brooksby, Josh Schoenfeld
Matt Rosa, Gary Ablett
Brayden Fiorini (Omitted), Brad Scheer (Omitted)


B Sam Butler, Will Schofield, Shannon Hurn
HB Elliot Yeo, Jeremy McGovern, Jackson Nelson
C Jamie Cripps, Matt Priddis, Andrew Gaff
HF Liam Duggan, Jack Darling, Mark LeCras
F Lewis Jetta, Drew Petrie, Josh Hill
FOL Nathan Vardy, Sam Mitchell, Luke Shuey
I/C Dom Sheed, Brad Sheppard, Eric Mackenzie, Mark Hutchings
EMG Chris Masten, Malcolm Karpany, Jack Redden
Mark LeCras, Luke Shuey, Eric Mackenzie
Malcolm Karpany (Omitted), Josh J. Kennedy (Calf), Chris Masten (Omitted)

Shags’ Watchlist

The little master himself Gary Ablett (Mid $672,000) who was a POD at the start of the year, looks like hes back to form averaging 117.4 for the year. Shoulder concerns may make a few wary, but the fact he plays all 3 byes will make him a very tempting upgrade this week.

GWS Giants v Essendon, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)


B Harry Perryman, Adam Tomlinson, Zac Williams
HB Nathan Wilson, Phil Davis, Lachie Whitfield
C Tom Scully, Callan Ward, Heath Shaw
HF Toby Greene, Jeremy Cameron, Josh Kelly
F Sam J. Reid, Jonathon Patton, Matt de Boer
FOL Shane Mumford, Tim Taranto, Dylan Shiel
I/C Aidan Corr, Daniel Lloyd, Harrison Himmelberg, Matthew Kennedy
EMG Dawson Simpson, Jeremy Finlayson, Tim Mohr
Tom Scully
Tim Mohr (Omitted)


B Martin Gleeson, Michael Hurley, Mark Baguley
HB Orazio Fantasia, Michael Hartley, David Myers
C Brent Stanton, Zach Merrett, Andrew McGrath
HF James Stewart, Cale Hooker, Travis Colyer
F Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Joe Daniher, Ben Howlett
FOL Tom Bellchambers, Dyson Heppell, Brendon Goddard
I/C Jobe Watson, David Zaharakis, Josh Green, Conor McKenna
EMG Kyle Langford, Heath Hocking, Matt Dea
Martin Gleeson, Brent Stanton, Ben Howlett
James Kelly (Groin), Matt Dea (Omitted), Darcy Parish (Calf)
MILESTONES: Brendon Goddard – Playing 300th game

Shags’ Watchlist

Toby Greene (Fwd $509,000 ) Was in scintillating form last week scoring a handy 114. His form has been rocky this year, but maybe the 2 week spell due to his report did him some good. If he can back up this week with another solid game, he could be a good upgrade option (Perhaps look after his bye round 13 though).

North Melbourne v Richmond, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)


B Marley Williams, Robbie Tarrant, Ed Vickers-Willis
HB Lachlan Hansen, Scott D. Thompson, Jamie Macmillan
C Sam Gibson, Ben Cunnington, Aaron Mullett
HF Kayne Turner, Jarrad Waite, Taylor Garner
F Nathan Hrovat, Ben Brown, Trent Dumont
FOL Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Shaun Higgins
I/C Luke McDonald, Ryan Clarke, Shaun Atley, Mason Wood
EMG Andrew Swallow, Braydon Preuss, Josh Williams
No Change


B Alex Rance, David Astbury, Dylan Grimes
HB Brandon Ellis, Bachar Houli, Kamdyn McIntosh
C Jason Castagna, Dion Prestia, Shaun Grigg
HF Daniel Rioli, Sam Lloyd, Shane Edwards
F Dustin Martin, Jack Riewoldt, Dan Butler
FOL Toby Nankervis, Trent Cotchin, Kane Lambert
I/C Jayden Short, Josh Caddy, Shai Bolton, Connor Menadue
EMG Anthony Miles, Taylor Hunt, Todd Elton
Dan Butler
Todd Elton (Omitted)

Shags’ Watchlist

It would be a very brave coach to trade in Brandon Ellis (Mid/Def) this year, since his scores have been woeful with nothing above 80 except for last week. But last week he scored like he has in previous years getting a 126, and he is so cheap. I wouldn’t go for him unless he scores a few. However a few may take a desperate long shot.

Sunday June 4

Fremantle v Collingwood, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)


B Lee Spurr, Joel Hamling, Ethan Hughes
HB Cameron Sutcliffe, Michael Johnson, Lachie Weller
C Stephen Hill, Lachie Neale, Bradley Hill
HF Connor Blakely, Shane Kersten, Michael Walters
F Brady Grey, Cam McCarthy, Hayden Crozier
FOL Aaron Sandilands, Nat Fyfe, David Mundy
I/C Ed Langdon, Jonathon Griffin, Matt Taberner, Darcy Tucker, Garrick Ibbotson, Tommy Sheridan, Luke Ryan (Three to be omitted)
Aaron Sandilands, Ed Langdon, Tommy Sheridan, Luke Ryan
Danyle Pearce (Omitted)
Luke Ryan
MILESTONES: Matt Taberner – Playing 50th game


B Jeremy Howe, Lynden Dunn, Brayden Maynard
HB Josh Smith, Tyson Goldsack, Matthew Scharenberg
C Steele Sidebottom, Scott Pendlebury, Daniel Wells
HF Jordan De Goey, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Jamie Elliott
F Jack Crisp, Darcy Moore, Tim Broomhead
FOL Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Adam Treloar
I/C Callum Brown, Levi Greenwood, Tom Phillips, Jackson Ramsay, Ben Crocker, Henry Schade, Mason Cox (Three to be omitted)
Callum Brown, Jackson Ramsay, Ben Crocker, Henry Schade, Mason Cox
Alex Fasolo (Unavailable), Jarryd Blair (Omitted)
Callum Brown

Shags’ Watchlist

I think the hype about Luke Ryan (Def $150,000) is mostly due to the fact we all desperately want a cheap backman downgrade option. Hes a mature age rookie, who has sparked a lot of interest with his VFL form and VFL Rising Star winner. I have a feeling he will be named (Ross Lyon is known to play silly buggers) but do check the Sunday Extended bench selections on Friday.

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