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Fry’s Cash Cows – Rd. 7

It’s slim pickings on the cash cow front this week, but Fry is here to dig through all the relevant numbers and guide you past a forgetful Round 7.

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Times are tough for AFL Fantasy coaches. Premium players are scoring 60’s and the rookie roulette wheel is harder to predict than ever – yes, I’m talking to you Jay Lockhart. A somewhat lack of reliable downgrade targets this week leaves a few coaches fretting and praying that team selection reveals some fresh meat. Luckily, I’ve done the digging to find the diamonds in the rough for you.

Here we go…


Get ‘Em

Lachlan Young, Bulldogs ($258K, 76, BE -7)
Lachlan Young sits in this grouping despite plenty of doubt surrounding his name this week. In fact, with Suckling potentially making a comeback from injury it seems like Young will unfortunately be the odd one out and make way for the veteran. Should Young hold his spot and he might offer you a solid downgrade choice.

Noah Answerth, Lions ($237K, 60, BE -8)
Will be one of the most popular traded in players this week, that is of course if Answerth holds his spot. There’s a high chance that’ll happen after another decent outing on the weekend. It’s unlikely the Lions will make too many changes to their winning outfit, perhaps boasting Answerth’s job security, especially if he performs again in Round 8.

Hold ‘Em

Xavier Duursma, Power ($426K, 70, BE 45)
By no means is it crucial to hold onto Duursma, but he’s someone that could be a good source of points through to the byes. I still have a few doubts after his 50’s from not too long ago, and if you can move him up it’s a wise choice.

Marty Hore, Demons ($403K, 81, BE 15)
Legend. Has gone over 80 in three of his last four games and should help most coaches until the byes. He’s worth keeping on your field this weekend against the Suns as well.

Jack Scrimshaw, Hawks ($400K, N/A, BE 35)
I, like 22.2% of the fantasy competition, decided to hold onto the young Hawk in the hope that he’ll return after his week’s “rest”. All signs point to Scrimshaw returning, but nothing’s certain. Here’s hoping he can come through with the goods against a tough Giants outfit and put forth a four-quarter performance.

Sydney Stack, Tigers ($361K, 89, BE 19)
What a gift from the fantasy gods Sydney Stack was this week! Thanks to Scrimshaw’s “management” a lot of us rolled the dice on Wilkie, Answerth and/or Stack on our fields and the Richmond cult hero came to the party. Here’s hoping another high score is in store against the Dockers.

Jay Lockhart, Demons ($281K, 100, BE -14)
I’d usually advise against trading a rookie $100k over basement price, but Lockhart’s last score at least forces us to ask the question. His first fantasy ton came out of nowhere and we can’t get caught point chasing. With a lack of targets this week, it could make sense for some coaches, but it’s not my cup of tea. Yet.

Watch ‘Em

Jordan Ridley, Bombers ($431K, 61, BE 50)
There’s a chance that Ridley falls under his breakeven this week, but I have faith he can still outscore 50. Sydney aren’t the most restrictive side and it’s probably time to cash Ridley in after his swan song this round (pun intended).

Isaac Cumming, Giants ($205K, 33, BE 29)
Calvin always says that NEAFL numbers should be divided by three and Cumming’s score from last week is further proof. There’s a real chance the 1,073 coaches that traded him into their teams will see him become a one-and-done player if Whitfield returns.

Declan Keilty, Demons ($172K, 30, BE 27)
Was a rather non-factor on debut, but hopefully, he’ll be better for the run. In the back half of last season, Keilty played a key defensive role which concerns me. Give him at least another week to prove he can football.

Drop ‘Em

Sam Collins, Suns ($334K, 50, BE 47)
Just over 12% of sides own Sam Collins right now, who has increased his starting price by nearly $100k following a shocking 21-point start. 50’s are nice to offer us a bench bailout, however, it’s time for Collo to move on.

Callum Wilkie, Saints ($332K, 31, BE 52)
I was so disappointed in Callum Wilkie that I called him Tim in my weekly round wrap-up video. And I’m not even an owner! I had backed him in after some reasonable games, but his Round 6 & 7 scores COMBINED don’t surpass his game from Round 5. Send him packing.

Jordan Clark, Cats ($331K, 50, BE 53)
Having made his money it’s safe to let the axe swing on Jordan Clark if you’re still an owner. After bouncing in and out of the Geelong side in recent weeks, there’s every chance he’ll make way for a returning Constable or Selwood this round.

On The Outside Looking In

Isaac Quaynor (Pies, $246K) – Didn’t play this week due to a VFL bye, but will hopefully continue to build his case this week.

Hugh Goddard (Blues, $170K) – Shaping up as a potential debutant brace yourself for Goddard being a one-and-done player when Jones is healthy again. Still, the discarded Saint is going at an average of 72 from four games and may cement a regular spot with a hot start.

Josh Rotham (Eagles, $216K) – Posted a 90 with 18 kicks, but there isn’t a clear path for Rotham to re-enter the side.


Get ‘Em

Will Hayes, Bulldogs ($283K, 59, BE -2)
By no means are we disappointed, but with Hayes finding his way onto a lot of fields this week thanks to Constable, we would have liked to see the Dogs pup get in on the points festival. Hopefully, a healthy Matt Suckling doesn’t throw doubt over his place in the team. Hayes as shown enough in three weeks to give me confidence.

Hold ‘Em

Sam Walsh, Blues ($594K, 81, BE 85)
Fun fact, Walsh is currently the 3rd most expensive fantasy player that plays for Carlton. Now isn’t the time to trade him out with a bunch of other pressing needs around the grounds. I’m not stoked with Walsh’s mortal scores in the past fortnight, but I’ll back in the star rookie to figure it out, even with an imposing matchup against Collingwood in his sights.

Charlie Constable, Cats ($454K, N/A, BE 34)
With a glaring lack of reliable downgrade targets that fill me with confidence, I may try and get fancy and hold the Cats youngster, even if he fails to return to their AFL side this round. Constable should see minutes in the big time again this year, with his game-high 124 points in the VFL potentially forcing Chris Scott’s hand as soon as this week.

Bailey Smith, Bulldogs ($432K, 90, BE 26)
Back-to-back 90’s saw another group of coaches raise their eyebrows at Footscray’s newest midfield star. It is worth pointing out that was just the 10th highest score that Richmond gave up to a rampant Bulldogs outfit. Still, Smith deserves serious credit for piecing things together quickly.

Jack Ross, Tigers ($364K, 60, BE 15)
I’m not going to panic too much after Ross’ par-60, but I’m not going to lie, I wanted more. With Trent Cotchin still on the shelf, Ross isn’t in too much danger of losing his spot, but we can’t afford for him to go full Bailey Scott on us.

Jackson Hately, Giants ($314K, 80, BE -2)
Trading in Hately this round goes against all my instincts. However, two 80’s in three games mean that owners may as well hold him with their fingers and toes crossed. Josh Kelly and Lachie Whitfield’s fitness will determine his fate, but here’s hoping he holds his spot, and his streak of 80’s can continue.

Watch ‘Em

Michael Gibbons, Blues ($348K, 61, BE 27)
There aren’t many days left for Gibbons as a money-making cash cow, even though he continues to tick upwards. His midfield-fueled 93 from a few weeks ago makes him worth holding for now, but if he struggles against the Pies he could be instantly moved along.

Tom Atkins, Cats ($343K, 74, BE 21)
Atkins and Gibbons have been linked for the entire season so far and right now, their position in a lot of teams are similar. Another good week saw Atkins’ value move in the right direction and he still has a few weeks of money making left in him.

Tarryn Thomas, Kangaroos ($334K, 84, BE 15)
The rare rookie POD, Tarryn Thomas had the best game of his young career against Carlton this week. Shocker I know. Enjoy the future earnings if you find yourself as a minority owner.

Liam Stocker, Blues ($246K, 40, BE 32)
There weren’t many people that brought in Liam Stocker this week on debut, and the ones that did weren’t chuffed with the returns. This is why it can pay to wait a week and see how a certain players’ role looks.

Drop ‘Em

Zak Butters, Power ($360K, 34, BE 65)
A season-low nine touch game has Butters well and truly in the firing line this week. There’s a chance Port Adelaide even looks to give him a spell, but with their injury woes, he could dodge a bullet for one more week. Now that he’s bleeding cash he’s got to go though.

On The Outside Looking In

Corey Wagner, Demons ($279K)  – After spending two straight weeks in the reserves a 25-touch (104) game could earn a recall, but don’t hold your breath.

Patrick Wilson (Crows, $278K) – This is getting a bit crazy. Team-high 125 with 25 touches and seven tackles could have Wilson in line for the Magarey Medal though (SANFL Brownlow).

Chayce Jones (Crows, $247K) – 99 points with 24 disposals boosted his chances of a call-up. His speed may be an appealing asset for the Crows in the Showdown this week

Ned McHenry (Crows, $240K) – Similarly to his draft peer, McHenry put up good stats (86 points, 24 touches). Unfortunately, there’s not enough room in the team for both of them.

Kai Pudney (Power, $170K) – May be given a baptism of fire in the Showdown after solid form, but appears unlikely.

Brett Bewley (Freo, $170K) – Connor Blakely’s potential inclusion all but draws a line through Bewley who had 22 disposals (71) in Peel’s W.

Nick Hind (St Kilda, $170K) – Hind could have almost punched his ticket for a debut this week. 82 points from 23 touches probably won’t cut it though.


Hold ‘Em

Reilly O’Brien, Crows ($452K, 120, BE 9)
I considered snagging O’Brien on the bench back in Round 3 and for the coaches that did his production has been unreal. I advised against rolling the dice and fielding him, but his mammoth 120 might force me to rethink my analysis. Either way, he’s providing coaches with a great cash cow, who can get you a nice upgrade when he’s finished making the rest of us feel sick.

Get ‘Em

N/A – No relevant rookie/cash cow rucks are must have right now

Watch ‘Em

N/A – No relevant rookie/cash cow rucks worth watching right now

Drop ‘Em

N/A – No relevant rookie/cash cow rucks need to be dropped right now

On The Outside Looking In

Darcy Cameron (Swans, $170K) Your fortnightly relevant Darcy Cameron game, this time including 40 hitouts and 22 disposals, equating to a score of 139.

Peter Ladhams (Power, $170K) – For what it’s worth, Ladhams had a monstrous 154 with 28 touches, 40 hitouts and a pair of goals!


Get ‘Em

Dylan Moore, Hawks ($211K, 67, BE -4)
I don’t know if Dylan Moore can co-exist with fellow youngster Mitch Lewis, but the instant rewards are promising. Moore was clean with the footy and set up two goals, ending the contest with 13 touches. His score did come against Melbourne so temper expectations in Round 8.

Josh Corbett, Suns ($196K, 59, BE 3)
I predicted half a dozen marks from Corbett and true to his MO he snagged seven and a fine 59 in Round 7. With reliable downgrade candidates few and far between this week, I’m all for moving Corbett onto your FWD bench with Parker or Petrucelle making way.

Hold ‘Em

Connor Rozee, Power ($476K, 74, BE 62)
While his breakeven continues to etch close to his average, there’s nothing wrong with giving Rozee more time in your side. With a favourable fixture ahead and injuries to key midfield personnel, there’s no reason why we couldn’t see Rozee’s second fantasy ton in the next few weeks.

Gryan Miers, Cats ($444K, 93, BE 24)
Miers is quickly becoming a fan favourite at the Large Fry’s & Coke. A three-round average of 89 has Miers looking like the best FWD rookie, with a huge 25 disposals against the Bombers coming in a noteworthy 93% of TOG (time on ground). Gun.

Willem Drew, Power ($400K, 64, BE 49)
If you were considering trading out Willem Drew this week, let me point out two numbers. 92 and 86. Those are the two scores Drew had to open the year without Wines in the side. Sure, a lot’s changed between now and then, and those two contests were against the Blues and Dees. That being said, there could be instant rewards this week if he holds his place for the Showdown.

Liam Baker, Tigers ($379K, 96, BE 0)
You know how I spoke about Baker’s trend of outscoring himself every week? He did it again. For the fourth straight game, Baker posted an impressive season-best, much to the delight of 10.6% of coaches. There’s a chance he manages to do so again with a trip to face Freo on the near horizon.

Watch ‘Em

Shai Bolton, Tigers ($276K, 62, BE 17)
Moved out of the trade category with a solid game against the Western Bulldogs, although it doesn’t come as a huge shock, with the Dogs not exactly a stellar fantasy defense. With Dan Rioli potentially missing, Bolton’s worth keeping in your outfit for another round.

Noah Balta, Tigers ($260K, 62, BE 9)
Strung together a strong 60 with a handful of hitouts and a season-best five marks. There isn’t a ton to get excited about Noah Balta’s fantasy game, but if you’ve made it this far keep riding it out.

Mitch Lewis, Hawks ($240K, 53, BE 7)
Three heartbeat scores might have to do it as a downgrade target this week. Granted, Lewis’ form has been fine for your bench and he seems to be holding his own. GWS poses a tough task this week, that could reveal his true colours.

Nick Larkey, Roos ($228K, 33, BE 6)
Quote from week RE: Nick Larkey. “I wouldn’t be surprised if he dropped a sub-50 this week though”. I’m not about to crown myself as Nostradamus, but there’s a reason I wasn’t super-high on him. Not all hope is lost with a chance to rebound against Geelong for those that took the punt.

Drop ‘Em

Jack Petruccelle, Eagles ($380K, 55, BE 52)
It’s nothing personal Jack but, it’s time to go. Those of us lucky enough to experience his 115 on the bench will be happy to turn him into something meaningful after increasing his price by $210k this season. A matchup against the Saints could lead to another 60, but his breakeven is too high to tempt fate.

Matthew Parker, Saints ($326K, 59, BE 36)
If I was a betting man I’d put a lot of money of Matthew Parker being the most traded out player this week. There may still be one game’s worth of value, but considering that match is against West Coast there’s no need to get fancy. Thank you for your services.

On The Outside Looking In

Will Setterfield (Blues, $348K) – Could earn an instant return to the senior side after a 22-disposal showing (93). Surprised to still find him in 36% of teams.

Lachie Schultz (Dockers, $268K) – Kicked three goals, but didn’t do enough to enter the selection frame.

James Rose (Swans, $223K) – Kept up his stellar form with a 122 from two-goals and 28 disposals, although he still remains on the outs.

Brayden Ham (Bombers, $189K) – We could see Essendon forward Brayden Ham brought back into the side following his 21 touch, 10 mark game. My gut tells me we’ll have to wait for another good showing or two.

Toby Wooler (Lions, $170K) – Can’t really do much more to ask for a debut. Wooler keeps up these numbers (30 touches, 14 marks, 131 points) a first game shouldn’t be too far around the corner.

Cash Cow King – Round 7

Only one of the nominees is in my team this week, but I’m not giving Gryan Miers back-to-back votes. Instead, I have to side with the colossal 120 from Reilly O’Brien that caught the AFL Fantasy community by surprise. He totalled such a high score with a well-rounded game too, posting 44 hitouts with 22 disposals. Take a bow son.

Ranking Rookies

Taking price, scoring potential and job security into consideration, here are my top 3 ranked rookie/cash cow options for Round 8 at each position. It goes without saying that if these players aren’t named in their respective sides then they fall out of the rankings.


  1. Marty Hore

  2. Sydney Stack

  3. Jack Scrimshaw


  1. Sam Walsh

  2. Jack Ross

  3. Bailey Smith


  1. Reilly O’Brien

  2. N/A

  3. N/A


  1. Gryan Miers

  2. Connor Rozee

  3. Willem Drew/Liam Baker (I can’t split them!)

Feel free to shoot your rookie/cash cow questions through on Twitter at @SportsbyFry for me to answer in the article. If Twitter isn’t your preferred domain hit me up on Instagram or Facebook and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Good Luck for Round 8!




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    May 8, 2019 at 7:19 am

    Is it to late to get Liam baker in?

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      May 8, 2019 at 9:41 am

      Definitely not. BE of 0 meaning a score in the 60’s puts his price up another $40,000.

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:18 am

      It’s hard to justify paying up all that money for a rookie, so I’m leaning towards not bringing him in. He’s had an easy schedule, however, you can’t fault his form right now.

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    May 8, 2019 at 8:35 am

    And you forgot Atkins in your article this week ??

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    May 8, 2019 at 8:36 am

    Never mind found him

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    Sir Fartypants

    May 8, 2019 at 8:53 am

    Hey Fry, really enjoying your work mate… keep it up!
    With so few downgrade targets (feels like Answerth is the only one I’d be into and his JS is setting off alarms for me) I am considering a double up(well it’s pretty sideways to be honest) move…
    If danger is out are people considering moving him on? Is this silly….
    Danger > Dunkley
    Libba > Fyfe / Yeo

    I honestly think Dunkley is back! Could be wrong but it would be a great move if it worked!!
    Or am I a silly sideways sausage?

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:22 am

      It doesn’t come with risk and I’m not all in on Dunkley yet. That being said if Danger misses, there’s a chance I move him on, so you’re not crazy. If that’s the best you can get I’d still be tempted to fix up the bench, as long as Answerth holds his spot

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    May 8, 2019 at 8:58 am

    Would u trade baker to drew for some money and the break even game.
    My other rookie is Miers and on my bench is Atkins/ Burgess
    Thanks mate

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:11 am

      No. Burgess or even Atkins goes first. Drew should score well with Wines out.

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:22 am

      Probably not as it doesn’t net you lots of coin. Fixing up the other bench rookies first would be my priority with Burgess to Corbett a fine move

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    May 8, 2019 at 10:52 am

    a) Will Burgess get another game
    b) If so, When?
    What’s he scoring in the NEAFL at the moment?

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:29 am

      General rule of thumb, if there are players int he reserves who aren’t going great I won’t include them in the article because the chance of them coming back seems small. Burgess is one such example, who didn’t play on the weekend and posted a 59 the week before.

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    May 8, 2019 at 11:20 am

    Dylan Moore or Josh Corbett as a downgrade option?

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:30 am

      Corbett for me

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    May 8, 2019 at 11:35 am

    Get rid of drew or duursma??

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:39 am

      I think Duursma, but Fry I am interested in what u say

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      May 8, 2019 at 11:42 am

      Given Drew’s numbers when Wines is out of the side I think Duurs is the unlucky one. If you have to ditch one, he goes.

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    May 8, 2019 at 12:07 pm

    Libba- Merrett or Fyfe and why

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      May 8, 2019 at 12:49 pm

      I’d be picking Merrett because of his proven fantasy track record in the past. Dude can fantasy football.

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        May 8, 2019 at 12:56 pm

        Yep that’s what I was thinking also, thoughts on Shiel??

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          Omar Fahal Moustafa

          May 8, 2019 at 1:02 pm

          Shiel is better than Merret and cheaper… Merret will get tagged because better ball user

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          May 8, 2019 at 7:51 pm

          Nah I’d pick Merrett over Shiel, for the same reason I’d choose him over Fyfe

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      Omar Fahal Moustafa

      May 8, 2019 at 1:03 pm

      Fyfe – Because cheaper, just as good and has Richmond next

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    May 8, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Should I field Libba, Stack or Duurs as m8?

    Great article btw mate!

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      May 8, 2019 at 8:10 pm

      If your not fielding Libba you should be trading him.

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        May 8, 2019 at 9:41 pm

        Cheers mate! I’ll did into the blokes to start after teams, but at this stage I’d pick Stack

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    May 8, 2019 at 3:51 pm

    Who to field as mid rookies out of Duursma, Hayes, Drew, Lockhart, and Gibbons (need 2 on field). Have Hore and Stack in Defence and Miers in forward.

    Leaning towards Drew and Lockhart

    Cheers Fry

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      May 8, 2019 at 9:42 pm

      I tend to agree, Drew could be HAM in the Showdown and Lockhart’s coming off a ton

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    May 8, 2019 at 5:25 pm

    Dump Ridley or Duursma this week? I’ll be keeping the other one for at least two weeks so I guess fixtures should be kept in mind

    Ridley (BE 50): SYD, FRE, RIC
    Duursma (BE 45): ADE, GCS, HAW

    Thinking of dumping Ridley; thoughts?

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      May 8, 2019 at 9:43 pm

      Jeez that’s tough, but I think moving Ridley on is the right call

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    May 8, 2019 at 8:18 pm

    Great read as always Fry.
    There seems to be a lot questions around best mid to get in the $700-$750k type range at the moment.

    Who would you rank from the following as the top 3 to score best from here in:

    Taranto, Merrett, Shiel, M Crouch, Duncan, Fyfe, Kennedy, Sloane, Pendles,

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      May 8, 2019 at 9:44 pm

      Cheers mate, there are a lot of hot names right now, I think out of that bunch I like Merrett, Crouch and taranto, in that order probably Sloane 4th

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        May 8, 2019 at 10:12 pm

        Thanks mate, your a big Merrett fan :)
        I always seem to have him when he has a stinker so am a bit nervy about taking the plunge.

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          May 9, 2019 at 12:31 am

          He’s only a few years removed from being an amazing player. And with the rest of Essendon’s midfield so loaded taggers can’t just down Merrett anymore. I think he’s going to be big in the next few weeks

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    May 8, 2019 at 8:31 pm

    Who has better js out of hately and answerth?

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      May 8, 2019 at 9:45 pm

      Answerth held his spot after game one, Hately didn’t so I’m leaning towards the Lion. Neither seem great though

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    Scoober Shteve

    May 8, 2019 at 9:40 pm

    No mention of Hately… what are your thoughts? JS too risky?

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      May 8, 2019 at 9:47 pm

      Last bloke in the Hold Em category for MID’s. If he holds this week I’d look to get him, but he might be dumped for Whitfield or Kelly

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    May 8, 2019 at 11:22 pm

    Cheers Fry. If you had to pick one of Answerth or Corbett?

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      May 9, 2019 at 11:18 am

      If he holds his spot this weekend, Answerth

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    May 9, 2019 at 8:42 am

    Hey Fry and everyone love your work mate!
    Just wondering, I am looking for a 170k FWD (who isn’t) lol. But who does everyone think would be the best choice for a run in the AFL soonest.
    I was thinking either Wooler, Young or Cavarra (before he reinjured himself ☹️).
    Anyone else worth a look in?

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      May 9, 2019 at 11:21 am

      Wooler leads the pack, but there doesn’t seem to be a lot on the horizon. Ham ($189K) might be our closest bet

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    May 9, 2019 at 8:52 am

    Hey Fry,

    Good call on not going Larkey last week. Luckily I listened and picked up Answerth.

    As it currently stands Corbett the only suitable cash cow – am I wrong in saying that he will probably max out a bit over 300K (much like Parker)? Doesn’t seem like a great option!!

    I can get Adams / Parker –> Treloar / Corbett, but hesitating about this because of Corbett (unless of course a better rookie comes up)

    Alternatively i could go Adams / Duursma –> Ziebell / Guthrie, and avoid having to go to a rookie that might not make me much. Hestitating because Duursma might have some more money to make and I have to hold Parker another week (though he still has a manageable BE). Ziebell round 14 bye seems handy for the forward line too.

    Which option looks better!?

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      May 9, 2019 at 11:23 am

      Josh Corbett seems set to be Matthew Parker 2.0 until the end of the byes, so yes I think $300-$350 will be where he maxes out. I like the idea of getting Treloar instead of two risky types in Guthrie/Ziebell, even though they are in good form. Corbett’s Round 14 might see him play on our field a bit through the byes, but I think he’s the best downgrade target at the moment, which is saying something!

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    May 9, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    DEF: Lloyd, Whitfield, Smith, Williams, Hore, Scrimshaw (Duursma, Answerth)
    MID: Macrae, Coniglio, Cripps, Rockliff, B.Crouch, Libba, Walsh, Ross (Stack, Hayes)
    RUCK: Grundy, Witts (Flynn, Fort)
    FWD: Dangerfield, Kelly, Worpel, Dusty, Drew, Baker (Gibbons, Balta)
    Cash: $200k.

    Thoughts on going Libba to Boak and I need to downgrade to get some cash for that trade so maybe Balta to Corbett? Leaves my fielded rookies at DEF: Scrimshaw, Hore and stack MID: Walsh, Duursma and Ross and FWD: Drew, thoughts?

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      May 9, 2019 at 10:52 pm

      Looks like a pretty good move to me ? solid on field options and getting Boak is a great play

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        May 10, 2019 at 3:16 pm

        Cheers Fry! Greatly appreciated

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    Sam Fuss

    May 9, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    corbett or Ham

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      May 9, 2019 at 11:36 pm

      Corbett, just because he has a better bye and better js

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    May 10, 2019 at 8:06 am

    Hey Fry,
    Stuck on what trades I should do:
    1. Clark and Libba to Answerth and Fyfe/Crouch/Taranto

    2. Clark and Libba to Corbett and Treloar/Gaff

    Thoughts appreciated

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