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Fry’s Cash Cows – Rd. 8

Fry is back with his weekly cash cows update ahead of Round 8.

7 down, 16 to go!

Last Thursday was the first night of team selection that really battered fantasy coaches around. There was carnage amongst the ruck department and George Hewett’s calf pulled up tight, but amongst all the chaos we were handed six AFL debutants; some of which have burst onto the scene as relevant cash cows to consider at the trade table. With a lot of coaches looking to get a rookie and a big name this week, it’s worth taking a glance at your bye structure, even if it is just for 2 minutes.

Rookie/cash cows picks are players who start the season at $300,000 or lower


Mooooving On

Part of the weekly trade focus is to remove the rookie-priced players who are no longer making money. When a cash cow sees their average fall in line with their breakeven or they find themselves on the outside looking in for multiple weeks at a time, that’s a good time to give them the axe.

Fattened cash cows

  1. Josh Rachele, Crows ($472K, AVG 64, BE 76)
  2. Jason Horne-Francos, Kangaroos ($513K, AVG 68, BE 68)
  3. Connor MacDonald, Hawks ($353K, AVG 47, BE 49)
  4. Willie Rioli, Eagles ($418K, AVG 55, BE 81)
  5. Marcus Windhager, Saints ($304K, AVG, 48, BE 17)

Injured/non-playing rookies

  1. Jack Hayes, Saints ($408K, AVG 61, BE 65)
  2. Tristan Xerri, Kangaroos ($523K, AVG 73, BE 55)
  3. Josh Ward, Hawks ($406K, AVG 55, BE 48)
  4. Jackson Mead ($306K, AVG 45, BE 19)
  5. Paddy McCartin ($349K, AVG 46, BE 56)

Power Ranking Cash Cows – Round 7

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

Cash Cow King – Round 7

Round 7 commenced with a fantasy debut for the ages from Greg Clark (110) with the mature-age Eagle starring against Richmond. No other rookie managed to top 100 on the weekend, with Nic Martin (91) the next closest as he continued his brilliant form while Tyson Stengle (87) and Jack Carroll (87) rounded out the nominees. Clarky gets my vote and I’m assuming he’ll be the runaway choice this weekend.

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Round 8 Rookie Rankings

DEFENCE

He’s coming off his lowest score of the year, but Nick Daicos ($639K, 59, BE 87) is still the only rookie you want in your backline. George Hewett’s absence in Round 7 forced coaches to move a few magnets around with Daicos’ DEF/MID status proving to be extremely helpful. Another cash cow with DPP honours Nathan O’Driscoll ($439K, 63, BE 31) was likely forced onto the field by his owners after a number of outs and his 17 touches with a goal came at an opportune time. He continues to push job security concerns to the side and should hopefully score at a decent clip vs. North Melbourne next time out.

Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera ($417K, 81, BE 27) was the top-scoring rookie in defence, with the classy Saint filling up the stat sheet for his 81 points. He’s found a home in roughly 8.5% of teams and there won’t be too many coaches looking to ditch him just yet. The axe has already swung on Josh Gibcus ($378K, 64, BE 12) for the majority of the comp, although his handy scoring lately has been a welcome boost for those who still own Richmond’s top-10 pick. Those still clinging to hope of a Will Gould ($190K, DNP, BE 25) debut won’t be stoked to hear he registered just 8 touches and 34 points in the two’s, but it is worth mentioning that came in a 59-point loss against Brisbane’s VFL side.

Top-5

  1. Nick Daicos (Magpies)
  2. Nathan O’Driscoll (Dockers)
  3. Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera (Saints)
  4. Josh Gibcus (Tigers)
  5. Will Gould (Swans)*

* if named

It’s taken him a while, but it appears like Sam De Koning ($266, 51, BE 11) can make us some money as a respectable cash cow. I wouldn’t trust him on my field, with Paddy McCartin ($349K, DNP, BE 56) in the same boat should he manage to return form his one-game absence, which is no guarantee. Josh Fahey ($208K, DNP, BE 27) kept himself in the mix for GWS after another solid game (27 disposals, 87 points) with another Giant DEF rookie in Jacob Wehr ($190K, DNP, BE 25) standing out with 27 touches of his own that resulted in 103 fantasy points.

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)
Josh Eyre (Bombers, $190K)
Rory Thompson (Suns, $190K)
Garrett McDonagh (Bombers, $192K)
Bodhi Uwland (Suns, $190K)
Jacob Wehr (Giants, $190K)

MIDFIELD

I’ve still got no problems with the coaches playing Nick Daicos in their midfield, but there’s a new No. 1 this week. My hand has been forced after Greg Clark ($250K, 110, BE -31) went bananas in his AFL debut, amassing 24 disposals, 7 marks, 6 tackles and 110 points if you don’t mind! 41 of those points came in the last quarter when the game was dead and gone, but it’s still encouraging to see Clark scoring at this rate. Roughly 15,000 coaches traded the West Coast mature ager in last week and there are another 20,000 coaches making that move this round.

Robbie McComb ($265K, 83, BE -18) continued the party for experienced footballers early in their AFL career, with the 26-year old chalking up a very respectable score of 83 against the Dons. I’ve got a hunch his regular scoring will dip back below 70, but it’s hard to justify starting Jason Horne-Francis ($513K, 52, BE 68) or Ben Hobbs ($331K, 30, BE 35) on your field over him right now. There’s reason to believe Essendon may send Hobbs back to the VFL after his struggles, while Horne-Francis can be trusted a bit more if you ask me. However, a three-round average of just 58.3 has seen the talented Roo become the most traded out player this week.

Top-5

  1. Greg Clark (Eagles)
  2. Nick Daicos (Magpies)
  3. Jason Horne-Francis (Kangaroos)
  4. Robbie McComb (Bulldogs)
  5. Ben Hobbs (Bombers)

He may be a bit stiff here with Carlton debutant Jack Carroll ($234K, 87, BE -16) missing the cut despite an impressive first game. Scores of 61 and 110 in the VFL this year suggest he can score well, but I want to see how/if he performs with George Hewett back in the side. Speaking of returns, with Jack Billings and Zak Jones looming as inclusions over the coming weeks, it might be time to think about parting with Marcus Windhager ($304K, 43, BE 17). Coaches could move him to Cooper Stephens ($190K, DNP, BE 25) when Geelong finally hand the on-baller a debut after he recorded 22 touches to go with 100 points in the VFL. Consistent form will keep Stephens in the selection frame and hopefully the young Cat will be rewarded in the near future.

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:
Arlo Draper (Magpies, $202K)
Cooper Murley (Magpies, $194K)
Mitch Knevitt (Cats, $242K)
Matty Roberts (Swans, $224K)
Matthew Johnson (Dockers, $250K)
James Tsitas (Suns, $190K)
Cooper Stephens (Cats, $190K)
Josh Goater (Kangaroos, $248K)
Hugh Jackson (Power, $190K)
Tom Joyce (Eagles, $190K)
Bailey Laurie (Demons, $190K)

RUCK

A portion of coaches slotted Sam Hayes ($299K, 43, BE 3) into R3 with their trades last week and the Port ruckmen didn’t exactly come to the party. Losing the hitout battle 37-12 against Paddy Ryder saw him score poorly, but Hayes will get a chance to bounce back and should keep ticking up in value. The late in of Hugh Dixon ($353K, 32, BE 29) on Friday night may have helped some coaches avoid a zero, although his 32 points weren’t exactly a great addition.

His teammate Luke Strnadica ($248K, 51, BE -1) wasn’t a great deal better, but over 11% of the fantasy community invested in the Eagles’ tall and he should be able to make them a handy chunk of change. Aiden Begg ($218K, 64, BE -2) made the most of Brodie Grundy’s absence in his first game as a Magpie and if he can hold his spot there’s no reason why coaches couldn’t consider him as a target too.

Top-5

  1. Sam Hayes (Power)
  2. Aiden Begg (Magpies)
  3. Luke Strnadica (Eagles)

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)
Mac Andrew (Suns, $282K)
Max Heath (Saints, $190K)
Alex Mirkov (Blues, $190K)

FORWARD

With forward cash cows failing around him, Nic Martin ($558K, 91, BE 42) has stepped up to claim the mantle as the best FWD rookie going around. 25 touches against the Bulldogs in a heavy loss is no easy feat and there aren’t many reasons to consider offloading the Essendon prospect just yet. Obviously, the same can’t be said for Tristan Xerri ($523K, DNP, BE 55) who may have done his dash as a reliable cash cow. Luckily he can be chopped out to facilitate an upgrade, with Josh Rachele ($472K, 43, BE 76) in the same position. Over 13,000 coaches are cutting ties with Rachele following his string of dud scores, and his lofty breakeven means it’s a perfect time to trade him out if you can.

Outside of the top handful, there aren’t too many other FWD rookies I’d trust on the field right now. You could make an argument for Cooper Hamilton ($218K, 64, BE -2) after his solid score in his first career hitout or Tyson Stengle ($496K, 87, BE 24) thanks to his three-goal haul against Fremantle. We need a bigger sample size before taking the punt on Hamilton, but Stengle is trying to prove me wrong. Small forwards don’t traditionally score too well, but the born-again Geelong small has 13 goals on the year already with four scores over 75.

Top-5

  1. Nic Martin (Bombers)
  2. Josh Rachele (Crows)
  3. Tyson Stengle (Cate)
  4. Cooper Hamilton (Giants)
  5. Elijah Hollands (Suns)*

* if named

Coaches continue to anticipate Elijah Hollands ($190K, DNP, BE 25) getting named for Gold Coast and registering 93 points from 23 touches at reserve level on the weekend will help him creep closer to his first AFL game. At the more expensive end of the scale, a Hugo Ralphsmith ($374K, DNP, BE 30) return could also be on the horizon even though there won’t be many coaches who have held the Richmond speedster for this long. Ollie Dempsey ($209K, 11, BE 25), Jackson Callow ($190K, 23, BE 25) or Maurice Rioli Jr ($226K, 76, BE -10) could be on the radar for coaches if they manage to hold their spots, but none of the trio excites me from a fantasy standpoint.

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)
Elijah Hollands (Suns, $190K)
Jesse Motlop (Blues, $238K)
Jai Serong (Hawks, $190K)
Sam Darcy (Bulldogs, $288K)
Ned Long (Hawks, $190K)
Joel Jeffrey (Suns, $196K)
Shannon Neale (Cats, $190K)
Sam Philp (Blues, $205K)
Arthur Jones (Bulldogs, $206K)
Ash Johnson (Magpies, $190K)

Maurice Rioli (Tigers, $190K)


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73 Comments

73 Comments

  1. Hinchy

    May 4, 2022 at 9:04 am

    Hey fry, Mills or Touk this week? I am bringing them in for Butters although I still have Brodie and Crouch

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 1:20 pm

      It’s hard to split the pair, personally I’m more of a Touk fan but Mills’ numbers are hard to ignore! I’d suggest Mills

  2. Fred

    May 4, 2022 at 9:55 am

    Trade Options:

    This is if English isn’t back this week. (Yes still got him because I’ve had other injuries each week so haven’t been able to trade him xD)

    A)

    Hold Tim English
    Xerri to McComb/Carroll
    JHF to Cripps/Miller
    This means would have to play McDonald/Durdin/Dixon to cover English in forward line.

    B)

    Hold Tim English
    Xerri to McComb/Carroll
    JHF To Taranto/Parker
    They would swap into the forward line to cover English. This means I play McComb/Carroll on field to cover in midfield.

    C)

    Trade Tim English
    Xerri to McComb/Carroll
    English to Taranto/Parker

    Would love thoughts please :)

    • Browny

      May 4, 2022 at 1:23 pm

      I personally would hold English now. Think Miller or Timmy T are both great picks still think Cripps will brake down at some point.

      • Fred

        May 4, 2022 at 1:34 pm

        Thanks Browny! Yes that’s what I’m not sure as well if Cripps can sustain this form. What’s thoughts? Has he been getting close attention?

    • Mike

      May 4, 2022 at 5:41 pm

      Fred, Speakano was a great servant of my team
      after Dusty walked away. He’s up against Port this week if he’s back.
      I’m bringing Parker vs GCS in this week just ahead of Speakano. I’ll probably regret it.

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:52 pm

      If you’ve held him this long mate I’d stick it out
      I like Option A with the McComb, Cripps in’s too

      • Mike

        May 6, 2022 at 7:37 am

        Hi Fry. What are your thoughts on
        C Stephen’s JS even if he performs to a reasonable standard.
        Is f/m Laurie a better option? Or same risk?
        My team is sweet except.
        I ’ve got to carry Hewett for another week using NOD.
        I don’t have Clark yet. Got Hamilton.
        I’ve got McComb, can I field him this week?
        I don’t want a dud rookie..
        Any suggestions?

  3. Mike

    May 4, 2022 at 10:28 am

    Hey Fry, great article once again. Who to go to, McComb, Carroll or Hamilton? who to downgrade to now and who to wait a week on?

    • Browny

      May 4, 2022 at 1:26 pm

      McComb is a hack if he turns the ball over like that he won’t be in the side long. Hamilton looked really good. Didn’t C the carlton game.

      • Russell Pindick

        May 4, 2022 at 2:42 pm

        Is Fry away? Now we have Brown’s Cows😉

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:53 pm

      Thanks mate, appreciate it!
      Personally I’d go McComb, then Hamilton, then Carroll – although I didn’t watch all of the Blues game and if Hewett stays out that aids Carroll’s case

  4. Doug

    May 4, 2022 at 10:56 am

    Hey Fry, I know he’s probably outside of the Cash Cow conversation, but thoughts on K. Coleman?

    I’m thinking trading down Brodie to Colemean (FWD) and using the $$ to upgrade JHF to ToukTouk..

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:54 pm

      I considering him last week, but didn’t love his 60ish on the weekend. TBH I’d prefer to keep Brodie and maybe look at a another downgrade to get the $$$ for Touk.

  5. Izzy

    May 4, 2022 at 10:57 am

    Carroll or McComb

    • Phteven

      May 4, 2022 at 12:18 pm

      Combdog has looked good.

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:54 pm

      If they’re both in, McComb

  6. Teddy Sweetner

    May 4, 2022 at 11:04 am

    Carroll isn’t playing this week so get the Comb

    • John

      May 4, 2022 at 11:44 am

      Source?

    • DW

      May 4, 2022 at 12:07 pm

      Where did you read this from?

      • David C

        May 4, 2022 at 2:26 pm

        Carrol did enough last week to hold his spot. Was in line to play round 1 but got injured.

        • pendles4brownlow

          May 5, 2022 at 11:15 am

          I’m hoping you’re right

  7. Overlooked

    May 4, 2022 at 11:31 am

    Hobbs ranked higher than Josh Ward or did you just forget him ?

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:55 pm

      Josh Ward can go, he’s done his job as a cash cow and hasn’t scored great anyway

  8. Mike

    May 4, 2022 at 12:45 pm

    Thanks again Fry.
    Need to keep that cash ticking over.
    I’ve moved on Daicos this week. He’ll get managed soon.
    Keeping Clark @ Lions benched this week.
    Playing NOD.
    I’ve should have 28 green dots with another returning next week.
    I’m going to need all the green dots I can get come bye rounds.

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:56 pm

      I can see why a lot of people are cashing in Daicos, I’ve got bigger issues to worry about so I’ll keep him for a while. Hopefully NOD delivers against the Roos!

  9. Mick

    May 4, 2022 at 5:24 pm

    Hi Fry! Great article as always. My cash gen is starting to stagnate now with quite a few non-playing rookies and fattened cash cows. Is it a better play to double downgrade this week (to Clark and McComb) or do I go up to Touk from Crouch and down to Clark?

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 5:57 pm

      I’d do the double-down mate. Popular move this week and their should be some good rookies to jump on

  10. Nick

    May 4, 2022 at 6:17 pm

    I’m thinking of going Rachele to Clark and JHF to Parker. This will leave me 15k for me to go Xerri down to cheapest ruck playing and either Brodie, M.Crouch or Daicos to an Uber premium. What are your thoughts?
    Or is it better to trade Xerri and Rachele to Clark and Begg so I can do a double upgrade next week?
    I’m a bit weary of my cash generations as I still have Xerri, Rachele, McDonald, McCartin, McEntee, Daicos, McInnes and also Brodie, Butters and Crouch scoring below par.

    • Fry

      May 4, 2022 at 7:11 pm

      Getting Clark and Parker this week is the way to go if you ask me

  11. Grovers Guns

    May 4, 2022 at 7:22 pm

    Brilliant again Fry (but some Def Rookies will be nice – stick with NOD and SDK for now)

    Took your advice last week by selecting Clarke (and played him on field) to load up with some cash – THANKS

    Would like your advice again as starting to wonder where the basement rookies are coming from and whether I should grab another now

    1. Brodie/JHF for Parker and Cripps ($2k short of Miller) leaves $52k,
    2. Daicos/Brodie for Parker and Miller
    3. Rachelle to McComb and either Brodie (Parker) or JHF (Miller/Cripps) and get McComb

    DPP options are restricting me a bit

    Cheers

    • Phteven

      May 4, 2022 at 7:26 pm

      I feel like I will be having SDK and Gibcus on my bench till judgement day lol!!!!

      • Fiddle

        May 4, 2022 at 9:42 pm

        G’day, legendary article as usual! Tick off McCartin and Rachele to Cripps and McComb?

        • Fry

          May 5, 2022 at 10:21 am

          Sounds like a great pair of trades to me mate!

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 10:21 am

      I like the idea of cashing in Rachele and JHF in a pair of trades TBH. No. 3 and grabbing Cripps or Miller (see if one suits your byes better) is where I’d go

  12. Jacko

    May 4, 2022 at 10:19 pm

    Love your work Fry!

    1) JHF > Touk Touk
    Ralphsmith > Hamilton or Carroll

    2) JHF > Short
    Ralphsmith > Hamilton it Carroll (dpp)

    3) Zac Williams > Touk or Short
    JHF > Ham / Carroll

    Is Touk Touk or Short the better option?

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 10:22 am

      Thanks legend!
      I think I’d go No. 1 and grab Touk/Hamilton

  13. Ash

    May 4, 2022 at 10:30 pm

    Neale, Oliver or Mills?

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 10:23 am

      Mills

  14. Jenny

    May 4, 2022 at 10:40 pm

    Will clacker be a one week wonder or will he keep producing the scores after his debut last week. Also WA teams are a hot bed of covey. Thoughts?

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 10:24 am

      I reckon he’ll go on to average 70-80ish, he’s that good

  15. Anthony

    May 4, 2022 at 11:27 pm

    Would you hold Witherden (don’t ask) through his H&S protocols as to get another rookie off field, or go Witho & Jack Hayes to Darcy Cameron and Rozee or alternatively to Clark & a Miller/Mills type

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 10:25 am

      I think it’s worth holding onto Witho. He should only miss one week and push top-6 DEF status

  16. Bill

    May 5, 2022 at 10:40 am

    Thanks for the update.

    Assuming Carroll plays, would you play him on the field or JHF.

    I need to play one of them, seeing I have brought in Gawn and got rid of N.Daicos.

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 12:06 pm

      I think I’d back in JHF mate

  17. Christian De Corso

    May 5, 2022 at 12:45 pm

    traded hayes down to clark and have 221k spare. Am looking to trade up from rachele which will give me 693k. Was thinking potentially ladhams, brodie but hes not in the best form or going risky with dusty. Whats your thoughts am open to all options

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 1:09 pm

      Personally if you can’t get Rachele up to another gun FWD, I’d look at doing another downgrade to do a HUGE upgrade last week. Dusty or maybe even Toby Greene could be worth a diceroll though

  18. Phteven

    May 5, 2022 at 12:46 pm

    Gday Fry. Great article. Due to buying Oliver and Clacker in the mids this week, I need to field a dud in the forward line. Either Dixon or Rachele, which one do you recommend?

    • Dulcify

      May 5, 2022 at 1:01 pm

      Some bad news, it looks like Clark is out with Health and Safety protocols.

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 1:24 pm

      Out of those two, I’d field Rachele

  19. Stevo

    May 5, 2022 at 1:21 pm

    Great article Fry as always. With no Clark this week, who of the other rooks is the best choice? I’m thinking McComb has OK job security, but at $265K is a bit expensive, and may well not maintain his current scoring. Can you trust M.Rioli or Hamilton to get picked for more than another week or two? Begg is no good because he is ruck only and would knock out my utility spot, and Carroll probably gets dropped for Hewett.

    • Fry

      May 5, 2022 at 1:46 pm

      Probably McComb, maybe Hamilton or Carroll but we’ll see who survives team selection

  20. jjbkeeper

    May 5, 2022 at 1:26 pm

    Two questions
    1. Durdin OR Windhager

    2. What order would you put these in for projected score ONLY for this round.
    J. Clark
    McMomb
    Carroll
    JHF
    NOD (toying with E loophole in defence on NOD)

    • jjbkeeper

      May 5, 2022 at 1:27 pm

      Fudge just saw the rumour on G.Clark (not J. Clark)

      • jjbkeeper

        May 5, 2022 at 1:29 pm

        Out of the others, what do we think? My order is
        McMomb
        Carroll
        NOD
        JHF

        • Fry

          May 5, 2022 at 1:47 pm

          I’d go with JHF first, McComb 2nd, NOD 3rd, Carroll 4th. If Hewett misses again I’d put Carroll 2nd though

  21. Jacko

    May 5, 2022 at 7:10 pm

    Fry man!! What’s your thoughts now out of:

    Carroll , Hamilton or Cooper Stephens?

    With Super Hewy out I’m thinking of taking Carroll but really unsure

    • Fry

      May 6, 2022 at 2:03 pm

      I’d rank them Carroll, Stephens then Hamilton

  22. Paddy

    May 5, 2022 at 7:11 pm

    Carroll or Hamilton mate? Hamilton has the Mid / Fwd but I think Carroll will score better. What do you think?

    • Fry

      May 6, 2022 at 2:04 pm

      I don’t hate either, but if it’s for your bench I think I’d rather Hamilton and his MID/FWD status

    • Mike

      May 6, 2022 at 5:50 pm

      Hamilton played half back.
      Goes alright for benched fwd.
      Yeah Carroll is a conundrum for me too. 234k
      I’m carrying Hewett again. Got NOD on for him.
      I’ve got McComb on at M8 atm.
      I think I’d better bring in Carroll against Crows and
      field him instead of McComb.
      Might be a wasted trade after this week if Carroll gets dropped.

  23. Ballard

    May 5, 2022 at 8:43 pm

    Trading out Rachele and Crouch with Clark being one of the certainties in for me
    Which option is the best?
    1. Parker + cash (field McComb or JHF)
    2. Miller or Oliver (field best score out of PMac, SDK or Durdin using loopholes)
    3. Short (field McComb or JHF)

    • Ballard

      May 5, 2022 at 9:15 pm

      Ok I just heard Clark is out.
      So do I go Rachele to Carrol or Xerri to Begg/Hayes

      • Fry

        May 6, 2022 at 2:19 pm

        I’d do the Rachele to Carroll move mate

  24. Grish

    May 6, 2022 at 3:16 pm

    Always a great read mate! Brilliant..

    Terrible Rookies in the FWD line who would you play at F6 from Rosas / Dixon / Durdin?

    Thanks Mate!

  25. The Kid

    May 6, 2022 at 5:04 pm

    McComb or carrol?

  26. Mike

    May 6, 2022 at 5:56 pm

    I’ve gone with Carroll.
    Whom would you pick out of
    Taranto, Parker & Heeney

    • Borris

      May 6, 2022 at 5:59 pm

      Also wondering who to choose between Timmy and Parker?

      • Mike

        May 6, 2022 at 6:07 pm

        Timmy vs Cats @ Manuka.
        Parker’s team has an easier run to the byes. Just odd how the swans utilise him sometimes. He’s a mid, so I’ll take him.

  27. JT & Frenchy, Gangsta Boyz

    May 6, 2022 at 5:59 pm

    Play Nath O’Drizzle or Sick Daicos?

    • Mike

      May 6, 2022 at 6:01 pm

      NOD vs Roos @ home.

      • JT & Frenchy, Gangsta Boyz

        May 6, 2022 at 6:06 pm

        Thanx Mike, Legend

  28. Justin Stitchup

    May 6, 2022 at 7:27 pm

    Jye Amiss worth a look?

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