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AFLW Fantasy Ins and Outs – Round 10 2022

Ben checks out the team changes for the upcoming round.

The last round is upon us!

The major thing coaches need to know is that Brisbane, Footscray, Fremantle and Gold Coast will be receiving averages but players must have played in Round 9.

For example, that means ⚓ Kiara Bowers’ (MID) 114 average looks like a must but it’s a no.

Injury update

AFLW reporter Sarah Black has published her last injury update of the home and away season and there are a few fantasy relevant names in there.

🏁 Jaimee Lambert (MID) left the field for a while last round with a rib problem.

🟠 Alyce Parker (MID) is a definite out this round after suffering a concussion

Some coaches will be sweating on the fitness of 😈 Eden Zanker (RUCK), who came off with a quad issue and has been on light duties at training.

🦁 Orla O’Dwyer (MID) was managed last round due to shoulder awareness and will have to pass an upcoming fitness test at training.

🦅 Dana Hooker (MID) is an out this week and will be in a sling for the next few months.

Match review

🐯 Jess Hosking (MID) won’t play next round thanks to a two-match ban for rough conduct.

From that same game, 🟠 Chloe Dalton (MID) was also charged with rough conduct but will be out for just one game.

Team announcements

Rookies and players with ownership of 2% or more who’ve been added or dropped from the team.

🐱 Geelong

  • OUT: Claudia Gunjaca (FWD)


  • IN: Casidhe Simmons (FWD)
  • OUT: Chloe Dalton (MID), Alyce Parker (MID)

5:30pm Friday 11 March

  • Collingwood
  • Richmond
  • North Melbourne
  • West Coast
  • Melbourne
  • Carlton
  • St Kilda
  • Adelaide

Other news

Hats for the top 100 coaches!

I wonder if we’ll have any dual women’s and men’s AFL Fantasy hat wearers soon.

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Benjy is a Swannies supporter whose love of fantasy footy far exceeds his skill. Is a sixth year breakout on the cards? Follow on Twitter: @benjylat

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  1. Dan

    March 10, 2022 at 12:59 pm

    So do we just trade in players from those 4 sides with good averages then? The AFLW ladder shows all teams having played 9 games, so why is there only 5 games? Cheers

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