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Fry’s Cash Cows – Rd. 4

The must-have rookies in 2022 are starting to make themselves known to fantasy coaches

Three down, 20 to go!

Before you read on, this isn’t a Braydon Preuss promo piece and yes, there are other relevant cash cows right now. Regardless of how your ruck setup is looking, we have some clear rookie performers that can be trusted on our fields right now, but removing the other letdowns is always a priority for coaches. A few of our popular preseason selections are nearly topping out in value, which means it’s never to early start thinking succession plan to keep your team’s cash generation trending in the right direction.

If you missed out on my AAMI Series cash cow watchlist be sure to check it out here.

Rookie/cash cows picks are players who start the season at $350,000 or lower

Power Ranking Cash Cows – Round 3

After three weeks of action, these are the top-10 cash cow performers in season 2022!

Cash Cow King – Round 3

A lot of the mainstream rooks failed to wow last weekend with high scores few and far between. Nick Daicos (89) was once again the star of the cash cow show, but Patrick Naish has made the most of his second chance with West Coast with back-to-back scores in the 90’s. Highly owned FWD’s Tristan Xerri (79) and Nic Martin (71) lived up to the hype and thrived on the field for a huge chunk of coaches and are bound to get a few votes for their efforts.

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Round 4 Rookie Rankings


A lot of successful coaches are making it a priority to remove all the defensive rookies from their field and Patrick McCartin’s ($350K, 41, BE 25) lacklustre score on the weekend only enhances that argument. The Swans defender had a few healthy scores fuelled by +6’s to open the season, but he’s quickly becoming hard to trust with solid scores from Nathan O’Driscoll ($202K, 60, BE 6) and Jake Stein ($213K, 56, BE 4) also hard to get behind.

In his second game for the Dockers, O’Driscoll junked up HARD with 29 of his points coming in the last quarter once the game was decided and Stein doesn’t boast the greatest scoring history either. Sam Skinner ($208K, 33, BE 15) could be in doubt this weekend after he was subbed out of the Showdown with an ankle complaint and it’s no certainty that Josh Sinn ($270K, DNP, BE 32) will take his place after the youngster registered just 10 touches at state level.


  1. Paddy McCartin (Swans)
  2. Nathan O’Driscoll (Dockers)
  3. Jake Stein (Giants)
  4. Sam Skinner (Power)
  5. Josh Sinn (Power)*

* if named

Speaking of the reserves level, there aren’t too many up-and-comers staking their claim for a crack at AFL footy any time soon. There was buzz in the preseason about Dons recruit Garrett McDonagh ($190K, DNP, BE 25), although he has scores of 57 and 47 so far that don’t exactly jump off the page and Port Adelaide’s Jase Burgoyne ($190K, DNP, BE 25) is the only other basement DEF rookie worth mentioning after his 22 touches and 86 points in the SANFL. Fantasy list cloggers Joel Smith ($289K, 46, BE 14), Josh Gibcus ($286K, 38, BE 32) and Sam De Koning ($193K, 32, BE 20) have all likely been relegated to the bench for coaches and axing them from your lineup for one of the aforementioned cheaper options like Stein or O’Driscoll isn’t a home run, but it can help cash generation tick over.

Best of the Rest

These players may or may not be in the selection mix this week, but be sure to keep them on your 2022 watchlist in case they burst onto the scene. In no particular order:
Darcy Wilmot (Lions, $260K)
Josh Fahey (Giants, $208K)
Isaac Chugg (Magpies, $190K)
Rory Thompson (Suns, $190K)
Garrett McDonagh (Bombers, $192K)
Bodhi Uwland (Suns, $190K)


The same quartet of fantasy midfielders held down their top-4 spots in the rankings, with all of them doing their jobs as cash cows – continuing to tick upwards in value. Nick Daicos ($457K, 89, BE 2) is still clearly a cut above with Jason Horne-Francis ($396K, 67, BE 12), Josh Ward ($366K, 63, BE 8) and Connor MacDonald ($330K, 64, BE 4) hard to fault for their efforts so far this season. With all of them virtually owning single-digit breakevens there’s nothing wrong with keeping them in your lineup for another few weeks, with DPP additions in Round 6 potentially making them more valuable. After struggling to find another reliable MID a week ago, a few contenders put their hand up last round, but I’m siding with Jackson Mead ($243K, 61, BE 5) who showed what he’s capable of when he’s freed of the vest, gathering 18 touches and looking right at home at AFL level.


  1. Nick Daicos (Magpies)
  2. Jason Horne-Francis (Kangaroos)
  3. Josh Ward (Hawks) 
  4. Connor Macdonald (Hawks)
  5. Jackson Mead (Power)

Neil Erasmus ($294K, 66, BE 13) and Reef McInnes ($215K, 59, BE 2) were close to earning a top-5 gig following a pair of impressive debut games in Round 3. Erasmus helped himself to 62% of the CBA’s against West Coast, although there are some job security concerns with Caleb Serong, David Mundy and later in the season Nat Fyfe all likely to steal his midfield minutes. It appears as though McInnes has a longer leash with the Pies, but I wouldn’t go trusting him on your field just yet. Still, that doesn’t mean he isn’t a great bench play should he hold his place in the side.

Port Adelaide’s Jed McEntee ($207K, 48, BE 8) broke through for his first game of the year and gathered an impressive seven tackles while Brady Hough ($251K, 37, BE 21) started on fire only to register a 4-point second half. By no means are they “must-trade” candidates, even if there are concerns over their place in the team heading into next weekend. Hopefully they can hold onto their places, but I wouldn’t be holding my breath.

An abundance of midfield cash cows are raising eyebrows at state level with Essendon’s Ben Hobbs ($266K, DNP, BE 25) seemingly inching his way towards a debut any week now. His score of 101 was fuelled by 10 marks and 24 touches with draft peers Finn Callaghan ($286K, DNP, BE 37) (79 points with two goals) and Matty Roberts ($224K, DNP, BE 29) (100 points from 31 touches) doing their chances of an AFL call-up no harm either.

Bulldogs mature-ager Robbie McComb ($190K, DNP, BE 25) hurt his ribs with his score stranded on 4, but he should bob up for a game before too long and Gold Coast’s SSP addition James Tsitas ($190K, DNP, BE 25) hasn’t looked out of place in his new colours, finishing his VFL hitout with two goals, 9 tackles and 25 touches for a score of 118. Lastly, Cooper Stephens ($190K, DNP, BE 25) may still have to bide his time for his first crack at senior footy, but posting 25 touches and 97 points regularly will keep him in the selection frame.

 Best of the Rest

These players may or may not be in the selection mix this week, but be sure to keep them on your 2022 watchlist in case they burst onto the scene. In no particular order:
Greg Clark (Eagles, $190K)
Arlo Draper (Magpies, $202K)
Matty Roberts (Swans, $224K)
Matthew Johnson (Dockers, $250K)
James Tsitas (Suns, $190K)
Robbie McComb (Bulldogs, $190K)
Josh Goater (Kangaroos, $248K)
Finn Callaghan (Giants, $286K)
Hugh Jackson (Power, $190K)
Tom Joyce (Eagles, $190K)


Braydon Preuss doesn’t qualify as a cash cow, so once again we are scraping the barrel for relevant ruck rookies. I mean no disrespect to the likes of Hugh Dixon ($226K, 59, BE 1) and Jack Hayes ($367K, 45, BE 10) with the latter RUC/FWD proving to be a valuable cog for coaches to commence the fantasy season. Some teams are ready to cull Hayes and if the axe swings and he’s absent from St Kilda’s team on him Thursday night, that decision only becomes easier.

Dixon held his own in the Western Derby, filling up the stat sheet to ensure he’ll make coaches a bit more bank, while Ned Moyle ($190K, DNP, BE 25) and Sam Hayes ($190K, DNP, BE 25) performed well for their respective reserves sides. Moyle scored 109 thanks to 33 hitouts and 19 disposals, perhaps providing the Suns with a serviceable option if Witts needs a rest and while it’ll likely take an injury to Scott Lycett for Hayes to enter the side, his 75 points with 25 hitouts and impressive ruck craft in the SANFL keep him knocking on the door.


  1. Jack Hayes (Saints)
  2. Sam Hayes (Power)*
  3. Hugh Dixon (Eagles) 

*if named

Best of the Rest

These players may or may not be in the selection mix this week, but be sure to keep them on your 2022 watchlist in case they burst onto the scene. In no particular order:
Paul Tsapatolis (Cats, $190K)
Jacob Edwards (Kangaroos, $190K)
Luke Strnadica (Eagles, $190K)
Mac Andrew (Suns, $282K)
Max Heath (Saints, $190K)
Alex Mirkov (Blues, $190K)


The triumphant return of Nic Martin ($348K, 71, BE -31) saw the first-year Bomber maintain his scoring proficiency and demanding a spot on the field moving forward. The same could be said for Tristan Xerri ($414K, 79, BE 0) after another solid game as North’s lead ruck, but some coaches are starting to abort the Josh Rachele ($414K, 42, BE 27) experience, with the Crows stud being traded out of over 3,000 teams at the time of typing. All these rookies have to go eventually, so I can see the appeal in axing Rachele after his poor score vs. Port, but in a perfect world, I’d give him another week or two. Hugo Ralphsmith ($310K, 60, BE 8) and Corey Durdin ($268K, 67, BE 2) round out the top-5 this round, with Durdin’s 67 points helping the Blues goalsneak get his cash generation back on track.


  1. Tristan Xerri (Kangaroos) 
  2. Nic Martin (Bombers)
  3. Josh Rachele (Crows)
  4. Hugo Ralphsmith (Tigers)
  5. Corey Durdin (Blues)

We didn’t get to see Willie Rioli ($358K, DNP, BE 2) last round due to health and safety protocols, although his new teammate Patrick Naish ($441K, 90, BE 1) picked up the slack with another eye-catching score. Naish probably won’t get too much more airtime in these rookie features, but the born again Eagle deserves props for what he’s done so far. The same can’t be said for Tyson Stengle ($374K, 45, BE 41) or Tex Wanganeen ($197K, 34, BE 17) who may both find themselves out of the Round 4 teams.

The best performing FWD in the state leagues last week was easily Ash Johnson ($190K, DNP, BE 25), with the dynamic Magpie a favourite of mine in the preseason. Finishing the weekend with 4.3 in front of goal, 12 touches, 9 marks and 105 points could see him get a berth soon, but more coaches are hanging out for Elijah Hollands ($190K, DNP, BE 25) to get a gig. The highly sought after Sun did have 20 touches but only four kicks for 61 points and Hawthron’s Ned Long ($190K, DNP, BE 25), who was an AFL emergency last week, caught the eye of some with 91 points from 19 touches and 11 marks.

Best of the Rest

These players may or may not be in the selection mix this week, but be sure to keep them on your 2022 watchlist in case they burst onto the scene. In no particular order:
Ely Smith (Lions, $190K)
Jai Serong (Hawks, $190K)
Sam Darcy (Bulldogs, $288K)
Ned Long (Hawks, $190K)
Joel Jeffrey (Suns, $196K)
Sam Philp (Blues, $205K)
Arthur Jones (Bulldogs, $206K)
Jackson Callow (Hawks, $190K)
Ash Johnson (Magpies, $190K)

Maurice Rioli (Tigers, $190K)

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  1. Ando the brain dead barfly

    April 6, 2022 at 7:34 am

    Hey Fry. Would you pick O’Driscoll over Stein? I need to trade Sinn. Thanks Legend

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 10:22 am

      Team selection might make that decision for you, but I’d go O’Driscoll over Stein

  2. Hinchy

    April 6, 2022 at 8:47 am

    Who goes this week out of rachele and McCartin. I am doing a double downgrade with Witt’s to Preuss my other one. Do you think O’Driscoll can play D6 until Daicos gets his DPP? Thanks

    • Barry Boggs

      April 6, 2022 at 10:06 am

      Rachele shouldn’t go over 1 bad game. Bench him. Great money earner

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 10:23 am

      McCartin goes for me mate. Possibly, I’d be worried leaving him on field in case he’s dropped this week or next, but if you’ve got another playing bench dude down back that could work

  3. The middy manatee

    April 6, 2022 at 9:33 am

    Wanted to go paddy mac down to o’droolstool but ended up spending cash to go rachelle to naish (BE move, gets jhf off field for potential 30p upside) and hayes to pruess. The potential for greater money making over the next 3 weeks is vital to get paddy mac upto a premo and complete defence asap

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 10:24 am

      I don’t think there’ll be 30 points difference between JHF and Naish, I’d almost rather field the young Roo TBH. Paddy Mac can go though, that makes sense

      • Middy manatee

        April 6, 2022 at 4:58 pm

        Jhf vs the swans? Might be tough going in there. Also thinking rachelle to bowey and paddy mac to the bench for one last week. Many podcasts are saying pruess into r2 but i have r.o.b and gawn. Pruess gets me through the byes without trading a ruckman and a chance for a really big move after the byes. But is it too late by then?

        • Fry

          April 6, 2022 at 5:04 pm

          Fair point, I’m backing him in but is a logical call. Having Preuss in R3 is the safest play and I like the idea of having three rucks with different bye rounds. Won’t be too late to cash him in after that if he’s increased a ton in value.

  4. Death Adders22

    April 6, 2022 at 9:37 am

    Cal you know the Swans played the Bulldogs last week don’t you. Which means of course P McCartin would not have his Mark and kick game like the games before. For a start with Naughton in Forward line, and then English going Forward to help how is McCartin expected to mark the ball as much. This week McCartin will score 60+ again. This week is the reason I didn’t start Hewett, Before the start of the season I said every now and then Hewett will tag which means low scores. If Hewett scores well then I’m wrong about Hewett.

    • DreamTeamG

      April 6, 2022 at 1:31 pm

      What are you about? The reason you didn’t start Hewett was because he got a 119? You’ve lost the plot.

    • Benson

      April 10, 2022 at 6:15 pm

      How’d these calls go mate? Average, just like your others. Made sure to come back and remind you.
      McCartin under 40 points again, Hewett on track for another ton.

  5. Alex

    April 6, 2022 at 9:52 am

    Depends if he keeps his spot. If so, he’s a better D6 than McCartin IMO – he’s playing a bit into the wing for Freo

  6. Matthew

    April 6, 2022 at 10:07 am

    Hey Fry think you forgot to mention a rookie mid named sonsie from tigers who could debut very soon

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 10:27 am

      I saw that Sonsie had huge VFL numbers last week, but I don’t know how close he is to a debut. One to watch though for sure!

  7. Justin Stitchup

    April 6, 2022 at 2:33 pm

    G’day Fry. Who do u prefer outta Thomson Dow and Hugo Ralphsmith? Thanks dude

    • Justin Stitchup

      April 6, 2022 at 4:24 pm

      Bit worried about JS with players returning from injury

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:05 pm

      See which one holds there spot Thursday night, but if they both do I’d go for Hugo

  8. Jack

    April 6, 2022 at 2:40 pm

    Rachelle to reef or pmac to stein not sure which trade to make

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:05 pm

      Second one IMO, hopefully not on field…

  9. Andy

    April 6, 2022 at 2:48 pm

    Thanks Fry. Keen on Stein but unsure of JS. Will Dawson be a top 6 DEF? Thoughts on potential trades this week:
    Gawndy/Skinner to Preuss/Stein (bench) and $420k
    Gawndy/McCartin to Preuss/Dawson and $20k
    Gawndy/Lipinski to Preuss/Crippa and $250k

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:07 pm

      Anytime mate! With Phil Davis hurt I think he should hold his spot for a few weeks (hopefully) and yeah I like the idea of Dawson as a top-6 DEF. Of those trades No. 2 is my personal fav

      • Andy

        April 6, 2022 at 6:01 pm

        Thanks Fry. Still not sure if I can trade my set and forget though, like yourself. Might end up being a Hayes to Preuss R3 – just feel like most other teams will then have a heap of cash to play with that we don’t!

  10. JungleMuffin

    April 6, 2022 at 2:55 pm

    The Ras not getting much love. Another week and he might be too costly for many to bring in now that up/down season is beginning.

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:07 pm

      His job security scares me, but as a Freo fan he did look pretty good! I’d rather Reef or Mead and the extra cash though TBH

    • pendles4brownlow

      April 6, 2022 at 5:39 pm

      Personally, I would love to get the Ras, but I have Ward, MacDonald and Mead on the bench and I think I would be culling them too soon.

  11. Big D

    April 6, 2022 at 3:31 pm

    Which trade is best?
    1. Gawn to Preuss and McCartin up to Doc/Short
    2. Fix the bench and go Hayes to Preuss and Hough to O,Driscoll/Stein
    3. Hough to O’Driscoll/Stein and McCartin to Will Brodie (field O’Driscoll/Stein as D6)

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:08 pm

      No. 2 for me mate, I’d go for NOD if he holds his spot otherwise target Stein

  12. Margot Robbie

    April 6, 2022 at 3:32 pm

    Field McCartin, O’Driscoll or Stein?

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:09 pm

      Woof. Umm O’Driscoll if he holds his place, then McCartin then Stein

  13. Western Warrior

    April 6, 2022 at 3:40 pm

    Hey Fry, thanks for the article!

    I’m looking at 3 options for my second trade with 90k in the bank. I currently have McCartin at D6 and would like to get him off field although I’m not sold on Bowey and intend to put Daicos at D6 in 2 games time. McCartin has good match ups the next 2 so could I just hold him for 2 more at D6?

    Trade Options;

    1. Rookie Fix-up – Def rooks are a bit crap, i have good rooks on all other lines
    Skinner/ SDK to O’Driscoll/ Stein (Would prob play O’Driscoll over McCartin if NOD makes the team this week)

    2. D6 minor upgrade – Would only need this for 2 weeks, seems like a wasted trade
    Rachele to Bowey

    3. Premo upgrade – See Heeney as a top 6 fwd, whereas Lipinski is not quite what i hoped for. Lipinski does have a juicy match-up with DeGoey out and against WCE so I can see a world where I hold, but I dont really have any other major problems on field.
    Lipinski to Heeney

    Sorry for the long read, any opinions would be appreciated

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:12 pm

      You’re welcome mate!
      I like the idea of going option No. 3 and getting Lipinski to Heeney, but fixing the rookies is also a handy route to go down. Daicos will be D6 for a lot of coaches in the future and while it’s risky I don’t hate the idea of using McCartin in that spot for a few more weeks.

  14. Middy manatee

    April 6, 2022 at 5:02 pm

    The gawn and grundy to pruess trades are epic! Everyone should do it! I love how everyone might he without an r2 in 3 rounds time when pruess needs a rest. Lets not forget the big man is recovering from back surgery and a rest has been flagged bybthe coach.

    • Fry

      April 6, 2022 at 5:13 pm

      I can see the appeal given how much money it makes by chopping one of those big boys out. Personally, I’m going Witts to Preuss, but you’re right it’s fraught with danger if he’s rested in a few weeks!

      • Norman

        April 7, 2022 at 12:53 am

        I’m also going Witts to Preuss, I’ve had him in previous years and he’s just not moving like he use to unfortunately :/
        I don’t like the idea of trading out 2 of the only other half decent options in the ruck (I’m holding Maxy), it’s not like anyone else is setting the world on fire atm apart from English so they’re not the worst option to have in there! + they’re proven scorers, they’ll find a way.

        Even if Preuss does get rested in a few weeks I’m hoping he will make enough cash by then to easily upgrade to a premo ruck once we get a better idea of who’s going to be a keeper for the season and the cash cows have fattened up!

        Every chance Bevo does a silly one and brings back Martin with English playing forward or Grundy finds his groove and is ripe for the picking in a few weeks once his price has dropped!

  15. Gaz

    April 6, 2022 at 5:46 pm

    Have Gibcus and McCartin as my D5 and 6 so want to fix that up. Also currently have Grundy and English as my two rucks.
    So what would be a better trade:
    1) Downgrade Gibcus to NOD or Stein and upgrade Hayes to Preuss for my bench
    or 2) Trade Grundy to Preuss and upgrade Gibcus or Skinner (on my bench). However, won’t have enough cash for Dawson but instead would have to settle for Sinclair or a cheapie like Blakey

    Not sure what to do as having English and Preuss as my two rucks is pretty risky but I feel like I also need to fix up my defense.

    Thankful for any opinions

    • Fry

      April 7, 2022 at 10:42 am

      I’d sort that defence out ASAP mate! I like the idea of going Gibcus to NOD (if he holds his spot) or Stein and then grabbing Preuss for your bench

  16. Rachel

    April 7, 2022 at 1:29 am

    Who’s safer to field this week, McCartin or O’Driscoll?

    • Fry

      April 7, 2022 at 10:43 am

      Tough to say, but I think I’d lean towards O’Driscoll if he’s not wearing the sub vest for Freo

  17. FryKnowsThings

    April 7, 2022 at 8:53 am

    G’day legend. Nice article as always! Looking at Heeney’s run, looks juicy! Option one has me targeting him this week but it will require me to cull Gawn to Preuss, is it worth it? Otherwise option 2, I’ll be doing Hayes (R3) to Preuss and Gibcus to McInnes. The point maths tells me option 1 but my head tells me option 2. Thoughts?

    • The beer is cold

      April 7, 2022 at 8:59 am

      1) point chase
      grundy/gawn > pruess
      Gibcus > doch

      2) set and forget
      Hayes > pruess
      Gibcus > reef

      Similar questions as many others but what’s the right call mate? I feel grundy’s run is better than gawn but don’t think I can cull either of them. 2) is the winner isn’t it?

      • Fry

        April 7, 2022 at 10:45 am

        You answered your own question mate, 2 is the way to go

    • Fry

      April 7, 2022 at 10:44 am

      Thanks mate!
      I think going down the route of option No. 2 is the way to go, a lot of people are jumping off the premo rucks, but I still think they’re the best to have at their positions

  18. Grovers Guns

    April 7, 2022 at 11:36 am

    Struggling on 2nd Trade

    1st trade – Witts to Preuss as R2 (have Grundy R1 and Dixon R3) and also Xerri F6/Hayes F7) with $343k left

    Options for Trade 2 –
    1 – Rachelle to English as Ruck backup if needed with $22k left over
    2 – shuffle bench with huge bulk money for next week upgrade
    – Hayes/Skinner or SDK to O’Driscoll

    Thoughts on 1 or 2 and if 2, which one?

    • texantexan

      April 8, 2022 at 1:10 am

      I did Witts to Preuss last week with immediate pay off!
      I like Rachele to English for another immediate pay off, but if you can ride out Rachele for another week or two, you could do a big rookie -> premium upgrade next week which would be worth it.

    • Fry

      April 8, 2022 at 11:14 am

      I like No. 1, I looked at getting English this week myself

  19. texantexan

    April 8, 2022 at 1:07 am

    Fry, would you tick this one off?

    McCartin -> O’Driscoll (O’Driscoll or Stein would need to be on-field D6)
    which enables enough cash to do
    Rowell -> Green

    • texantexan

      April 8, 2022 at 1:18 am

      Team before trades:
      DEF: Crisp, Whitfield, Hewett, Sicily, Young, McCartin [Stein, DeKoning]
      MID: Steele, Macrae, Mitchell, Neale, Rowell, Daicos, Horne-Francis, Ward [MacDonald, Mead]
      RUC: Grundy, Preuss [J.Hayes]
      FWD: Dunkley, Treloar, Heeney, Coniglio, Rachele, N.Martin [Durdin, Dixon, Baldwin]

  20. Tfollett

    April 8, 2022 at 8:59 am

    Best non playing tool to bring in as a VC loophole this week ?

  21. EmeraldIllusion

    April 8, 2022 at 4:46 pm

    Hey Fry. Thanks for the write up, always one of my favourite reads before each round.

    Just after a bit of advice. This is the trade I’m looking at, at the moment:

    Gibcus and Durdin to NOD and Preuss.

    This means I hold onto Hayes in my FWD line, and H Dixon moves to my utility.

    Also, who should be on my field in the FWD line out of Rachele, Xerri and Hayes?

    Cheers. 🍻

  22. Hi There

    April 9, 2022 at 6:39 am

    G’day fry! Tick off Gibcus to NOD (simple swap and bank 100k cash) or Rachele to McInnes via DPP (+banks me 221k and gets McInnes on field for JHF/Ward). McInnes would be good against eagles right?

  23. nate

    April 9, 2022 at 1:32 pm

    Field Xerri or Naish?

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