2017 Teams and Round 10 discussion

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By walesy on May 25, 2017 at 1:03 PM
  1. walesy

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    Looks like Brodie is going to get a call up this week! Beautiful timing!


    Geelong Cats v Port Adelaide

    Thursday May 25 at Simonds Stadium (7.20pm)

    CATS

    B: Tom Stewart, Lachie Henderson, Jed Bews

    HB: Zach Tuohy, Andrew Mackie, Mark Blicavs

    C: Scott Selwood, Joel Selwood, Cameron Guthrie

    HF: Jordan Murdoch, Harry Taylor, James Parsons

    F: Dan Menzel, Tom Hawkins, Steven Motlop

    R: Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Mitch Duncan

    I/C: J Cunico, Jake Kolodjashnij, Darcy Lang, Sam Menegola

    EMG: Rhys Stanley, Tom Ruggles, Mark O’Connor

    IN: Cameron Guthrie, Darcy Lang, Jordan Cunico

    OUT: Tom Lonergan (managed), Nakia Cockatoo (hamstring), Mark O’Connor (omitted)

    POWER

    B: Darcy Byrne-Jones, Tom Clurey, Jack Hombsch

    HB: Matthew Broadbent, Tom Jonas, Jasper Pittard

    C: Brad Ebert, Ollie Wines, Jared Polec

    HF: Jarman Impey, Justin Westhoff, Aaron Young

    F: Sam Gray, Charlie Dixon, Jackson Trengove

    R: Paddy Ryder, Robbie Gray, Travis Boak

    I/C: Sam Powell-Pepper, Hamish Hartlett, Karl Amun, Brendon Ah Chee

    EMG: Jimmy Toumpas, Aidyn Johnson, Dan Houston

    IN: Aaron Young

    OUT: Chad Wingard (calf)

    Sydney Swans v Hawthorn

    Friday May 26 at the SCG (7.50pm)

    SWANS

    B: Dane Rampe, Heath Grundy, Nick Smith

    HB: Zak Jones, Lewis Melican, Callum Mills

    C: Jake Lloyd, Josh P. Kennedy, Isaac Heeney

    HF: George Hewett, Lance Franklin, Will Hayward

    F: Tom Papley, Kurt Tippett, Sam Reid

    FOL: Callum Sinclair, Luke Parker, Dan Hannebery

    I/C: Oliver Florent, Nic Newman, Gary Rohan, Dean Towers

    EMG: Aliir Aliir, Jordan Dawson, Harry Marsh

    IN: Oliver Florent

    OUT: Harry Cunningham

    HAWKS

    B: Blake Hardwick, Josh Gibson, Shaun Burgoyne

    HB: Taylor Duryea, Ryan Burton, Ricky Henderson

    C: Isaac Smith, Luke Hodge, Liam Shiels

    HF: Luke Breust, Paul Puopolo, Dallas Willsmore

    F: Ty Vickery, Jarryd Roughead, Jack Gunston

    FOL: Ben McEvoy, Tom Mitchell, Daniel Howe

    I/C: Kaiden Brand, James Cousins, Brendan Whitecross, James Sicily

    EMG: Kade Stewart, Kurt Heatherley, Will Langford

    IN: Dallas Willsmore, Kaiden Brand, James Cousins

    OUT: Kurt Heatherley, Billy Hartung, Will Langford

    Western Bulldogs v St Kilda

    Saturday May 27 at Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)

    DOGS

    B: Dale Morris, Marcus Adams, Jason Johannisen

    HB: Robert Murphy, Easton Wood, Bailey Williams

    C: Lachie Hunter, Luke Dahlhaus, Jack Macrae

    HF: Caleb Daniel, Tim English, Clay Smith

    F: Lin Jong, Jake Stringer, Liam Picken

    FOL: Tom Boyd, Marcus Bontempelli, Mitch Wallis

    I/C: Matthew Suckling, Shane Biggs, Tory Dickson, Bailey Dale

    EMG: Toby McLean, Fletcher Roberts, Jordan Roughead

    IN: Tim English, Jake Stringer, Shane Biggs

    OUT: Travis Cloke, Jack Redpath, Lukas Webb

    SAINTS

    B: Jarryn Geary, Nathan Brown, Daniel McKenzie

    HB: Jack Newnes, Jake Carlisle, Dylan Roberton

    C: Jack Billings, Jack Steele, Leigh Montagna

    HF: Jade Gresham, Paddy McCartin, Maverick Weller

    F: Jack Sinclair, Tim Membrey, Blake Acres

    FOL: Billy Longer, Seb Ross, Jack Steven

    I/C: Shane Savage, Sam Gilbert, Koby Stevens, Darren Minchington

    EMG: Luke Dunstan, Jack Lonie, Josh Bruce

    IN: Shane Savage, Darren Minchington

    OUT: Luke Dunstan, Nick Riewoldt

    Melbourne v Gold Coast Suns

    Saturday May 27 at TIO Traeger Park (4.35pm)

    DEMONS

    B: Jayden Hunt, Sam Frost, Neville Jetta

    HB: Michael Hibberd, Oscar McDonald, Jordan Lewis

    C: Nathan Jones, Clayton Oliver, Bernie Vince

    HF: Jeff Garlett, Cam Pedersen, James Harmes

    F: Tomas Bugg, Christian Petracca, Mitch Hannan

    FOL: Tom McDonald, Dom Tyson, Jack Viney

    I/C: Jack Watts, Jake Melksham, Alex Neal-Bullen, Josh Wagner

    EMG: Billy Stretch, Dean Kent, Sam Weideman

    IN: James Harmes, Jake Melksham, Alex Neal-Bullen

    OUT: Dean Kent, Christian Salem, Sam Weideman

    SUNS

    B: Jesse Joyce, Jack Leslie, Jarrod Harbrow

    HB: Sean Lemmens, Steven May, Adam Saad

    C: Alex Sexton, Will Brodie, David Swallow

    HF: Jarryd Lyons, Tom Lynch, Touk Miller

    F: Brandon Matera, Peter Wright, Jack Martin

    FOL: Jarrod Witts, Aaron Hall, Michael Barlow

    I/C: Pearce Hanley, Brayden Fiorini, Kade Kolodjashnij, Brad Scheer

    EMG: Mackenzie Willis, Matt Shaw, Keegan Brooksby

    IN: Will Brodie, David Swallow, Pearce Hanley

    OUT: Jack Bowes, Keegan Brooksby, Gary Ablett

    Richmond v Essendon

    Saturday May 27 at the MCG (7.25pm)

    TIGERS

    B: Alex Rance, David Astbury, Dylan Grimes

    HB: Jayden Short, Bachar Houli, Connor Menadue

    C: Jason Castagna, Dion Prestia, Shaun Grigg

    HF: Daniel Rioli, Sam Lloyd, Shane Edwards

    F: Dustin Martin, Jack Riewoldt, Kamdyn McIntosh

    FOL: Toby Nankervis, Trent Cotchin, Kane Lambert

    I/C: Brandon Ellis, Shai Bolton, Josh Caddy, Todd Elton

    EMG: Jacob Townsend, Anthony Miles, Corey Ellis

    IN: Josh Caddy, Todd Elton

    OUT: Ivan Soldo, Anthony Miles

    BOMBERS

    B: Matt Dea, Michael Hurley, Mark Baguley

    HB: James Kelly, Michael Hartley, David Myers

    C: Orazio Fantasia, Zach Merrett, David Zaharakis

    HF: James Stewart, Cale Hooker, Travis Colyer

    F: Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Joe Daniher, Darcy Parish

    FOL: Tom Bellchambers, Dyson Heppell, Jobe Watson

    I/C: Andrew McGrath, Brendon Goddard, Josh Green, Conor McKenna

    EMG: Jackson Merrett, Craig Bird, Heath Hocking

    IN: Tom Bellchambers

    OUT: Matt Leuenberger

    Adelaide Crows v Fremantle

    Saturday May 27 at the Adelaide Oval (7.40pm)

    CROWS

    B: Jake Lever, Daniel Talia, Luke Brown

    HB: Rory Sloane, Kyle Hartigan, Rory Laird

    C: Rory Atkins, Richard Douglas, Brodie Smith

    HF: Charlie Cameron, Tom Lynch, Eddie Betts

    F: Andy Otten, Taylor Walker, Josh Jenkins

    FOL: Sam Jacobs, Brad Crouch, Matt Crouch

    I/C: Jake Kelly, David Mackay, Hugh Greenwood, Wayne Milera

    EMG: Jonathon Beech, Jordan Gallucci, Reilly O’Brien

    IN: Josh Jenkins, David Mackay

    OUT: Curtly Hampton, Jordan Gallucci

    DOCKERS

    B: Garrick Ibbotson, Joel Hamling, Lee Spurr

    HB: Lachie Weller, Michael Johnson, Cam Sutcliffe

    C: Stephen Hill, Lachie Neale, Brad Hill

    HF: Hayden Crozier, Connor Blakely, Danyle Pearce

    F: Brady Grey, Cam McCarthy, Shane Kersten

    FOL: Jon Griffin, Nat Fyfe, David Mundy

    I/C: Michael Walters, Ethan Hughes, Matt Taberner, Darcy Tucker

    EMG: Tom Sheridan, Luke Ryan, Sean Darcy

    IN: Jon Griffin, Darcy Tucker

    OUT: Ed Langdon, Aaron Sandilands

    Collingwood v Brisbane Lions

    Sunday May 28 at the MCG (1.10pm)

    MAGPIES

    B: Jeremy Howe, Lynden Dunn, Brayden Maynard

    HB: Josh Smith, Tyson Goldsack, Matthew Scharenberg

    C: Steele Sidebottom, Scott Pendlebury, Daniel Wells

    HF: Jordan de Goey, Alex Fasolo, Will Hoskin-Elliott

    F: Jarryd Blair, Darcy Moore, Jamie Elliott

    FOL: Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Adam Treloar

    I/C from: Levi Greenwood, Tom Phillips, Jack Crisp, Tim Broomhead, Jackson Ramsay, Ben Crocker, Mason Cox

    IN: Matthew Scharenberg, Tim Broomhead, Jackson Ramsay, Ben Crocker, Mason Cox

    OUT: Henry Schade, James Aish

    LIONS

    B: Darcy Gardiner, Harris Andrews, Daniel Rich

    HB: Sam Mayes, Tom Cutler, Nick Robertson

    C: Marco Paparone, Dayne Zorko, Ryan Lester

    HF: Lewis Taylor, Matthew Hammelmann, Jake Barrett

    F: Dan McStay, Eric Hipwood, Ben Keays

    FOL: Stefan Martin, Jarrod Berry, Dayne Beams

    I/C from: Ryan Bastinac, Hugh McCluggage, Rohan Bewick, Cedric Cox, Michael Close, Rhys Mathieson, Archie Smith

    IN: Tom Cutler, Dan McStay, Ryan Bastinac, Rohan Bewick, Cedric Cox, Rhys Mathieson, Archie Smith

    OUT: Tom Bell, Josh Walker, Claye Beams, Ryan Harwood

    Carlton v North Melbourne

    Sunday May 28 at Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)

    BLUES

    B: Lachie Plowman, Alex Silvagni, Sam Docherty

    HB: Kade Simpson, Caleb Marchbank, Ed Curnow

    C: Tom Williamson, Patrick Cripps, Bryce Gibbs

    HF: Charlie Curnow, Jacob Weitering, Matthew Wright

    F: Zac Fisher, Levi Casboult, Jack Silvagni

    FOL: Matthew Kreuzer, Sam Petrevski-Seton, Marc Murphy

    I/C from: David Cuningham, Nick Graham, Liam Sumner, Simon White, Harrison Macreadie, Billie Smedts, Andrew Phillips

    IN: Liam Sumner, Simon White, Harrison Macreadie, Billie Smedts, Andrew Phillips

    OUT: Dale Thomas, Sam Rowe

    KANGAROOS

    B: Marley Williams, Robbie Tarrant, Ed Vickers-Willis

    HB: Lachlan Hansen, Scott Thompson, Jamie Macmillan

    C: Sam Gibson, Ben Cunnington, Aaron Mullett

    HF: Kayne Turner, Jarrad Waite, Taylor Garner

    F: Nathan Hrovat, Ben Brown, Mason Wood

    FOL: Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Shaun Higgins

    I/C from: Jed Anderson, Andrew Swallow, Luke McDonald, Ryan Clarke, Trent Dumont, Shaun Atley, Braydon Preuss

    IN: Jed Anderson, Trent Dumont, Braydon Preuss

    West Coast Eagles v GWS Giants

    Sunday May 28 at Subiaco (4.40pm)

    EAGLES

    B: Brad Sheppard, Will Schofield, Shannon Hurn

    HB: Sam Butler, Jeremy McGovern, Elliot Yeo

    C: Andrew Gaff, Sam Mitchell, Chris Masten

    HF: Josh Hill, Jack Darling, Liam Duggan

    F: Drew Petrie, Josh Kennedy, Mark LeCras

    FOL: Nathan Vardy, Matt Priddis, Luke Shuey

    I/C from: Dom Sheed, Jamie Cripps, Eric Mackenzie, Lewis Jetta, Jackson Nelson, Mark Hutchings, Malcolm Karpany

    IN: Will Schofield, Josh Hill, Drew Petrie, Eric Mackenzie, Lewis Jetta, Jackson Nelson, Mark Hutchings, Malcolm Karpany

    OUT: Jack Redden, Fraser McInnes, Kurt Mutimer, Sharrod Wellingham, Tom Barrass

    GIANTS

    B: Aidan Corr, Phil Davis, Nathan Wilson

    HB: Heath Shaw, Adam Tomlinson, Zac Williams

    C: Matt de Boer, Josh Kelly, Lachie Whitfield

    HF: Daniel Lloyd, Jeremy Cameron, Callan Ward

    F: Sam Reid, Jon Patton, Tim Taranto

    FOL: Shane Mumford, Dylan Shiel, Toby Greene

    I/C from: Isaac Cumming, Harry Perryman, Tom Scully, Dawson Simpson, Tim Mohr, Harrison Himmelberg, Matthew Kennedy

    IN: Isaac Cumming, Dawson Simpson, Tim Mohr, Harrison Himmelberg, Matthew Kennedy

    OUT: Rory Lobb, Steve Johnson
     
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Discussion in 'Blog' started by walesy, May 25, 2017.

    1. insider
      insider
      I went early with Scharenberg purely for the downgrade cash grab to turn Sam Powell Pepper into Dustin Martin. bloody Simmo ruined my McInnes trade so didn't have very many options. Here's hoping the sticky tape and string holding the young fella together can last for half a dozen weeks at least.
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    2. anthak
      anthak
      Wait til you hear who i traded out haha...

      Yeah, i agree, ordinarily it would be a big call, but I was looking to downgrade a def anyway, so its not that big a deal. Most of my rookies are playing (except Eddy and Strnadica) so i can do with another who is not as it will help with loopholes like this with Stewart.

      I have been trading really aggressively all season. Ive traded out rookies early before they fully matured (eg Marchbank, WHE, Taranto), I've done sideways trades (eg Wingard to TAdams early, Beams when inj).

      This week's trades for me are not text book either. The big call this week is that it was JJ that I traded out for Mitch Hibberd. Im really hoping it doesnt bite me. I'll be trading Balic to Dusty tomorrow, unless he is a late out, so effectively its 2 sideways trades. But it was all about byes, i had too many players out in r11 (bad planning). i need all 3 trades next week and both 2 this week to ensure i have 19 players next week :(
      I had been checking byes when trading but simply miscalculated. I shouldnt have brought in Heeney as my last FWD upgrade.

      I was initialy considering trading out Newman this week but could not justify it because his price is still spiking a lot this week! I already had a fully upgraded defence, so i thought i could trade JJ (R11 bye) this week because i can trust Newman on field anyway, and then trade out Newman next week. I will also be trading Fisher and Barrett out next week. For them, I hope to bring in a rookie, Scott Selwood and Laird. Which will leave me with 19 playing. I couldve kept JJ and had 18, but it was too risky to have just 18 imo. I still pray there are no injuries to my guys because i wont have spare trades to deal with them... but at least theres the extra player, which is another reason why i didnt want to wait until next week.
      Im not sure if this is making sense, there is some method to the madness :eek:o_O

      Then the only upgrade i would have left to do after round 11 would be 1 more mid and ill have cash generation from Greenwood, Stewart, SPP, and SSelwood to use for it.

      As i said, ive traded aggressively and will only have 14 left after this round, 11 left after next round. Subtract the 2~4 trades needed to upgrade my last mid spot and I'll still have 7~9 trades left for LTIs etc, which i reckon is more than enough.
      Im looking ok for round 12 and round 13 byes, touch wood.

      We'll see how it goes :)
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    3. drlok
      drlok
      F____________RRRRKKKKKK
      Cant cover Sandilands as my Ryder/Nank swap is not available because Ryder played (badly) last night. This year is killing me - finally on track to get near to 2400 and now I have a donut!!!!!
    4. anthak
      anthak
      Ouch!
    5. drlok
      drlok
      Lucky I'm not playing you in TS Div 3 this week anthak :) my team name is maglok
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    6. anthak
      anthak
      This is thinking Sandi, Steele and Witts can be good enough to be keepers, but i will probably upgrade them as well
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    7. Senator96
      Senator96
      Off to a nice start last night with danger vice, selwood and stewarts 91 which can be rescued from the bench via captain hampton.

      I think everyone who was planning on mcinnes should be thankful and not disappointed he went out this week. Far better now then being conned into bringing him in and getting axed after a 3rd game, especially going into the bye rounds. His JS always looked shakey at best to me.

      I need to do something in the ruck this week to avoid the sandilands donut if preuss doesnt make the cut and im not expecting he will. Plan was initially cash in preuss for greenwood and sub nankervis forward but the problem with that is it locks him into rucks when id prefer him as a forward. With english being named and cheap im now considering him for preuss. I was surprised he got named tbh as i thought roughhead was due back from injury. Does anyone have any thoughts on his JS, is he likely to be given a decent run at it? The cash on a preuss to english would be handy but id be relying on him as coverage for the bye rounds to make the trade worthwhile and he suits my bye structure.

      TU: Preuss to English
      TD: Preuss to Greenwood (subing nankervis to ruck)

      Cheers!
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    8. IPOD
      IPOD
      Looking at 2 trades this week wanted peoples thoughts. Looking at bringing Hibberd in for either Otten or Marchbank. Will still have the $$$ to move Callan Ward up to a Dusty, Sloane, Bont.
      Will have to make this a 2 pieces TU/TD/Options

      TU - Otten - Hibberd
      TD - Marchbank - Hibberd
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    9. IPOD
      IPOD
      Trade Ward
      Option 1 -Sloane
      Option 2 -Dusty
      Option 3 - Bont
      Option 4- Mitchell Tom
      Option 5 - JPK
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    10. choppers
      choppers
      This latest news might help..........
      Ruckman Braydon Preuss appears unlikely to play despite being named on North’s extended bench for Sunday’s game. North coach Brad Scott said at his Friday press conference that it had become increasingly hard to play two ruckmen and, with No.1 big man Todd Goldstein in good form, Preuss looks set to spend another week in the VFL.
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    11. Bucko
      Bucko
      Anyone with some intel on Hurley ?
      Rounds 1-4 Avg 82
      Rounds 5-9 Avg 113

      Has their been an injury thats changes his role ? And potential risk of a drop when that player returns ?
      Any other reason why he wouldn't keep this type of scoring up ?
    12. choppers
      choppers
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    13. IPOD
      IPOD
      All reports I have heard about Roughead is one more week (this week) is the VFL then if form holds up straight back in
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    14. LiQuiD_SiXx
      LiQuiD_SiXx
      Last night just emulated my season so far...

      Had McInness in for a trade this week but saw the teams last minute before lockout and made alternative trades, no problems there.

      However, totally missed the resetting of VC/C as a result of reversing changes. After the game thought you beauty, Danger as VC can't go wrong here. Attempted to sub in a non-playing to make use of the loophole and it was at that moment I knew I'd f'd up... SPP was locked in a C from last week.

      My heart sank
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    15. anthak
      anthak
      I bet it did, that sux!
    16. walesy
      walesy
      oh man, that's brutal!!
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    17. Grizzles
      Grizzles
      For what it's worth mate I traded him in last week. Handy round 13 bye and as your post suggests has a healthy average these last few games. Also a bit of a POD at this current time :p
    18. Senator96
      Senator96
      I went for the Bont. As a sloane owner since the very start im concerned about the hard tags that it appears teams are now putting on him. Yes he scored well last week but it was in a huge win and his oppenent was only Robertson youd expect him to score well in that. Mitchell and JPK look other good options. As for who to go for hibberd it might depend on your bye structure, marchbank will be missing next week whereas otten has the final bye, Im planning to move him on then. Do we expect any difference in scoring with marchbank with rowe being out injured? Just wonder if his role might change a bit now.

      Thanks for the votes ive decided to go greenwood for preuss and leave english be. Just have one more for the votes on who to flick for lloyd from gws. Pickett seems less likely to play but the trade nets stuff all cash and with a deeper bench you can afford to probably have one player rusting away there, but not two so with byes one has to make way.

      TU: Pickett
      TD: Balic
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    19. ELeviathan
      ELeviathan
      Your aggressive trade strategy has definitely reaped rewards - I have been trading hard too but clearly not as successfully. You pumped me in the Ashes league last week.

      Got to love Lloyds 4 points from last night to go with 100+ scores from my other four that have played. Can't get any momentum this year!!
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    20. anthak
      anthak
      Us Aussies are a bit up and down in that Ashes league so far, I see you are in the top 8 with me, but its mostly UK mob up there I think (Im not sure exactly who is who this year with some of the teams).

      Yes, the strategy has reaped rewards so far, but it is very risky and i could come crashing down at some point. It has done better than expected, because I have also made some bad decisions and some silly mistakes along the way that have cost me significant points. Thinking about those things, I scratch my head wondering how I'm still ranked so high. As Walesy says, SC is death by a thousand cuts, and I reckon I have already had too many cuts this season to realistically think I could challenge for prize money.

      Also, going early on trading out some of my rookies might mean I end up with a team that isn't as upgraded as I'd like, simply from not having enough cash generation. I think I've planned it ok and should be able to upgrade all positions, but it'll leave me with little trades remaining and a couple of injuries will be problematic... whereas others around me with more trades left will be able to handle some injuries.

      I'm currently about 500 points from 1st, which I think could be made up still, but its early days, and as I wrote up above, it is unlikely I think. Anyway, the bye rounds will sort everyone out a lot more, so we'll have to see how we're all going in a few weeks and reassess.

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