Roy’s Rd. 13 Tips for Moneyball’s $100,000 Saturday Special
Roy has some hot tips for Moneyball’s $100,000 Saturday Special
Hey team, Moneyball are now offering the largest AFL prize pools in Australia giving us Fantasy fans another way to play the game we love, even after using our two trades and being locked out from our Fantasy teams for the weekend. Not to mention, you might even win a bit of pocket money if you spend your salary wisely.
It’s a $100k THUMPER today, so lets Gooooooooo!!
- $100,000 Super Saturday special – 3 games
Suns v Saints, Dockers v Power, Blues v Dogs
Sam Walsh MID, $7,800
The Blues rookie had a slight role change last week and the results where phenomenal. After a quiet few weeks by his already lofty standards he produced his best game with 32 possessions and a massive 12 marks. His ability to get into space was amazing and Cripps looked for him on every occasion possible. If he plays a similar role, he could be great again for that price given his new found ceiling of 137.
Nat Fyfe MID, $9,400
While looking for premiums consistently scoring with a ceiling, the Docker captain is one who hasn’t always had his hat in that ring. With four scores over 120 in his last six games however, he is a huge option, especially at home where he loves it. He was tagged well by Port last year but I think he is set for another big one.
Josh Dunkley FWD, $9,200
The hard working Dog is back in the midfield and back to his best as a result. The Blues are a hard matchup to pick after a much better effort last week and even used a tagger, but realistically Dunks should avoid that anyway. He is averaging 115 in his last five games. If the Dogs get off the leash like the Bombers did a couple of weeks ago he could be huge.
Robbie Gray FWD, $7,100
Is no longer an option when he is playing forward but given the Power injury woes, he has been injected into the middle and is a value pick as a result, especially as a forward. He has had 27 and 28 possessions respectively for scores of 102 and 120.
Will Brodie MID, $5,700
The young Sun was building over his first two games of the season but went bang on the weekend against the Roos. He had 29 touches, nine marks and nine tackles for a massive 142 to show an impressive ceiling for that price and he has a good matchup against the Saints.