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|Answerth (MID)||BRI||$237,000 (+$16.4k)||33||54.9||37|
Hore wasn’t affected at all with the inclusions to Melbounes defence and went about his thing racking up 21 disposals (8 kicks), 11 contested possessions, 4 marks, 2 tackles and 6 1%ers to finish on 94 points. Has the bye this week, but still has cash to make and the way he’s been going, his name needs to be thrown into the ring as potential season long, D7 cover if you still have him.
Burgess is back! Although, was he ever really here? Nevertheless, a timely 72 courtesy of a whopping 13 1%ers, 8 possessions (75% contested) and 2 contested marks will kick start his long await cash generation days. Watch him ruin it next week with a 30 though.
Bye weeks is when we need our rookies to stand up and I’m not going to bother wasting my breath too much this week because lets be honest, a lot of their SuperCoach performances were absolutely pathetic. Rotham was a popular downgrade target but has been on the bubble for for quite sometime now and a 40 in a loss to Sydney will see him be one of the first ones out of next weeks team sheets. He wasn’t the only rookie to disappoint up back with Clark (20), Answerth (33) and Cumming (36) following suit.
Naish squeezed himself into the seniors for a debut with the injury to Ellis and did no harm to his future selection with 20 disposals (15 kicks) at 60% DE, 5 marks, 2 tackles and a goal but a very low contested game (just the 3 CPs) held him to 78 points. Finished second in the team only to Houli for metres gained.
Goodbye for now: With the byes, it’s time to say bye bye bye to many of our rookies as me move them. Rozee can be moved on for cash conservation, but if you need warm bodies, there are worse you could have around. Clark and Lockharts days are probably done with a BE in the 70s each and a bye for GEE/MEL so we can bid farewell to them too.
Walsh with a career high 32 disposals (23 kicks) at 81% DE and 14 CPs to go with a team high 12 marks, 4 tackles, 2 goal assists and 141 SuperCoach points. The kid is just a gem, not much more to say really.
Goodbye for now: Atkins lost 3.5k in Rd8 due to a hamstring injury and missed the following week but scoring 252 points in his 3 weeks since return has seen him jump over 70k and can now be called a successful cash cow and gets a well deserved rest this week.
O’Brien has really found his feet ans despite a huge return game by Sam Jacobs last week in the SANFL, he kept him there and went on to beat the ruck dual against Mumford with 104 points. Hold on for one more week as he is great cover this coming weekend for those rucking Gawn/Grundy.
Smith played his second game and pops his bubble post bye, but just 44 and an elevated price tag in rucks at this time of the year with poorer JS, it’s a pass for me.
Goodbye for now: Clarke, Smith and Frampton
|Setterfield (MID)||CAR||$244,200 (+$8.9k)||67||54.6||15|
Setterfield is finding some form over the past month posting his third score in the sixties with a 67 against Brisbane. He has been a very slow burn, earning just shy of 100k since the start of the season but now has 64 and 67 in his price change cycle so with a bit of luck, his patient owners may be rewarded.
Since I’ve been away, Balta somehow came of age scoring 100+, making $100k (and becoming a successful cash cow – words I never thought I’d say) but upon my return, he immediately goes and scores a 29 in the first week of the bye and loses money….
Corbett scored a measly 10 – thankfully not in my best 18, but he did lose $18k. I’m done with GCS rookies….
Goodbye for now: Bye Balta, thanks for the unexpected scores and cash, but you aren’t scoring 109 against Adelaide this week and I’d rather keep the cash you made. Baker can be held if you need the bodies this week as he shouldn’t loose to much money but it’s time to stop wasting time writing about Corbett after that performance. Maybe he can pull a Balta in a few weeks?
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