For those who take it way too seriously

Greenwood out.


Ins and outs over the break
Courtesy of Bandit

Wineglass Bay Packers 1107 defeated Charlies Opening Spelunkers 946

I finally got my tanking strategy sorted this week, lining up Stephen Hill to munch on a donut. Not that him playing would have helped as Tracey took me on a wonderful cruise around Wineglass Bay… in 40 foot seas. Safe to say dinner didn’t stay down for long. Sandlands going down again will be an ongoing concern for the Packers, but the Ranga Lynch up forward struck some form.

My learnings from this game : Ginger is an average cure for seasickness, Sean Darcy is going to be a beast and if you are going to throw on Tracey’s boat make sure you face downwind.

Lovely Banks Lilacs 1145 defeated Gundagai Grasshoppers 1120
Jen came out and told sNoZ to get stuffed with a great win at Lovely Banks in arctic conditions. After king hitting Callum Mills behind play with a heat bag scented with lavender, it was an average performance across the board that got the Lilacs over the line with only one ton coming from The Hoff. The Hoppers had Neale, Cripps, Martin and Grundy ton up, but the rest were spuds.

My learnings from this game: Lavender is a great alternative treatment for headaches, Snoz’s team are going to be inconsistent for another season yet

Whitsunday Warriors 1106 defeated Nunawading Nuffers 1038
Terry quaffed his Tom Yum as the big General went bang again for his second ton in as many weeks to put Andy’s Nuffers to the sword and keep his team in the race for a Top 8 spot. The decision by the Nuffers cheerleaders to wear Ski Jackets did not go down well given the tropical climate, with Tory Dickson especially failing to fire up.

My learnings from this game: Patton is scary when on fire, Terry and Andy both need a ruckman, and Andy needs to check if he is playing home or away before he does the cheer leaders costume selection.

Big win for Captain Danger this week.

Small loss for those of us that benched Nank for the Greenwood score

Huge loss for those who held onto Sandilands.

Where did you rate this week?
Another week of lots of ins and outs, as follows


Melbourne v Sydney
Friday June 30 at the MCG (7.50pm)

B: M.Hibberd, O.McDonald, N.Jetta
HB: J.Lewis, S.Frost, J.Hunt
C: J.Harmes, D.Tyson, B.Vince
HF: B.Stretch, C.Pedersen, C.Petracca
F: C.Oliver, T.McDonald, A.Neal-Bullen
FOLL: M.Gawn, J.Melksham, J.Viney
I/C: M.Hannan, T.Bugg, M.White, J.Wagner
EMG: J.Trengove, S.Weideman, D.Johnstone

IN: J.Wagner, M.White
OUT: J.Garlett (hamstring), C.Salem (hamstring)

B: N.Newman, H.Grundy, N.Smith
HB: Z.Jones, D.Rampe, J.Lloyd
C: I.Heeney, J.Kennedy, C.Mills
HF: G.Hewett, L.Franklin, K.Jack
F: G.Rohan, S.Reid, T.Papley
FOLL: S.Naismith, D.Hannebery, L.Parker
I/C: O.Florent, J.McVeigh, L.Melican, D.Towerrs
EMG: J.Foote, J.Laidler, C.Sinclair

IN: J.McVeigh, Z.Jones
OUT: C.Sinclair (omitted), W.Hayward (foot)

Western Bulldogs v West Coast
Saturday July 1 at Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)

B: D.Morris, J.Roughead, J.Johannisen
HB: S.Biggs, E.Wood, M.Suckling
C: L.Hunter, J.Macrae, R.Murphy
HF: T.Dickson, J.Stringer, L.Dahlhaus
F: B.Dale, Z.Cordy, L.Picken
FOLL: T.Campbell, M.Bontempelli, T.McLean
I/C: M.Wallis, M.Honeychurch, C.Daniel, J.Redpath
EMG: M.Boyd, C.Smith, F.Roberts

IN: R.Murphy
OUT: T.Liberatore (cork)

B: B.Sheppard, E.Mackenzie, S.Wellingham
HB: L.Duggan, T.Barrass, T.Cole
C: A.Gaff, S.Mitchell, C.Masten
HF: L.Jetta, J.Darling, D.Sheed
F: J.Cripps, J.McGovern, D.Petrie
FOLL: N.Vardy, E.Yeo, L.Shuey
I/C: J.Redden, S.Butler, M.Hutchings, M.Karpany
EMG: L.Partington, S.Lycett, K.Mutimer

IN: S.Butler, C.Masten, S.Wellingham, J.redden
OUT: M.Priddis (general soreness), S.Hurn (Concussion), J.Hill (illness), W.Schofield (hip)

Carlton v Adelaide
Saturday July 1 at the MCG (2.10pm)

B: L.Plowman, L.Jones, S.White
HB: K.Simpson, J.Weitering, S.Docherty
C: C.Marchbank, P.Cripps, D.Thomas
HF: N.Graham, L.Casboult, M.Wright
F: D.Cuningham, C.Curnow, J.Silvagni
FOLL: M.Kreuzer,...
Man oh man, I nearly had a huge week this week, if it wasn't for the Fyfe shaped donut leaving me with a 2306.

No bad at all.

Loved Greenwood coming in for the again-missing Steele. And Danger coming out from his injury cloud to put up a 145 was just delightful.

How'd you all do?
Cousins out. Damnit Cousins!

ROUND 14 TEAMS (All times AEST)

Thursday June 22 at Adelaide Oval, 7:50pm

B: R.Laird, K.Hartigan, D.Talia
HB: L.Brown, J.Lever, A.Otten
C: R.Atkins, R.Douglas, C.Cameron
HF: R.Sloane, J.Jenkins, T.Lynch
F: J.Beech, T.Walker, E.Betts
FOLL: S.Jacobs, B.Crouch, M.Crouch
I/C: J.Kelly, H.Greenwood, W.Milera, B.Smith
EMG: H.Wigg, D.Mackay, R.O’Brien

IN: L.Brown
OUT: R.Knight (Omitted)

B: T.Duryea, K.Brand, B.Hardwick
HB: G.Birchall, R.Burton, D.Howe
C: I.Smith, T.Mitchell, L.Shiels
HF: J.Sicily, J.Gunston, R.Henderson
F: T.O’Brien, J.Roughead, L.Hodge
FOLL: B.McEvoy, S.Burgoyne, L.Breust
I/C: B.Hartung, W.Langford, P.Puopolo, R.Schoenmakers
EMG: K/Heatherley, K.Stewart, J.Cousins

IN: L.Hodge, G.Birchall, L.Breust, R.Schoenmakers
OUT: J.Gibson (Groin), B.Whitecross (Omitted), K.Stewart (Omitted), J.Cousins (Omitted)

Friday June 23 at SCG, 7:50pm

B: Nick Smith, Heath Grundy, Jake Lloyd
HB: Callum Mills, Dane Rampe, Nic Newman
C: Gary Rohan, Josh Kennedy, Isaac Heeney
HF: George Hewett, Lance Franklin, Dean Towers
F: Kieren Jack, Sam Reid, Tom Papley
FOL: Sam Naismith, Dan Hannebery, Luke Parker
I/C: Oliver Florent, Will Hayward, Lewis Melican, Callum Sinclair
EMG: Shaun Edwards, Jordan Foote, Harry Marsh

IN: Oliver Florent, Lewis Melican
OUT: Zak Jones, Harry Marsh

B: Mark Baguley, Michael Hartley, Andrew McGrath
HB: Dyson Heppell, Brendon Goddard, Martin Gleeson
C: Orazio Fantasia, Zach Merrett, James Kelly
HF: James Stewart, Michal Hurley, Ben Howlett
F: Tom Bellchambers, Joe Daniher, Josh Green
FOL: Shaun McKernan, Jobe Watson, Travis Colyer
I/C: David Zaharakis, Kyle Langford, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Conor McKenna
EMG: Josh Begley, Craig Bird, Matt Dea

IN: Shaun McKernan, Kyle Langford
OUT: David Myers, Cale Hooker

Saturday June 24 at MCG, 1:45pm

B: Jeremy Howe, Lynden Dunn, Tyson...
Having attempted to push through a move to his native Adelaide at the end of last season, there were some who felt we might not see Bryce Gibbs performing at his very best this year. Well, it's fair to say that those doubters have been proven wrong after 13 rounds of the 2017 campaign. Following a very impressive start to the season, the Carlton man produced what may well end up being the best performance of his career as the Blues defeated the Suns.

The midfielder's showing won't have gone unnoticed, and teams around the AFL - especially in Adelaide - will all be well aware that the price for Gibbs could well have increased. For fantasy managers, the Blues have been a decent side to tap into for point-scorers despite their relative struggles throughout the first 13 rounds of the year. As well as Gibbs, Marc Murphy and Sam Docherty have also been prolific for fantasy owners this season but it was the Adelaide-born midfielder who stole the show against the Suns.
The byes are finally in the rear view mirror, and the stretch into the finals has properly begun.

Hopefully your team is in a position where you can hold onto your trades until the finals, or if you're still in the hunt for the overall, in the hunt for the overall.

Scorewise I did alright, I think, particularly with the Steele-induced-donut, but it was irrelevant for my cash league, cause the other guy was proper unprepared for it. 11 Byes on the field kinda unprepared.


Structure wise, I have 10 trades, $100k in the bank and still need to upgrade SPP. Not sure where the dollars for that is going to come from though. :D

How you guys shaping up?
Got another early game this week, feels like almost yesterday that lockout opened!

Make sure you get your VC's on Danger for tonight, and any trades needed done!

Teams over the break.
Man, for only a handful of games, it has sure been a long, lovely weekend!

Cruised through this week with a 1764, which while terrible, was 4 more points that my opponent.

Well, I think I won anyways, I'm pretty sure the currently listed screens have the end scores up. (And my calc skills are all lazy and whatnot!)

wooo! Happy news for so many double-digit scores, specially after he nailed the Zerrett captain pick. *Cough*thankyoudonut*cough*