Breaking Even – Rd9

Written by Schwarzwalder on May 13 2019

A popular feature at SCT, we’ve shortlisted the most SC-relevant players for you as a handy guide (mainly those owned by 3% of teams or more, with a few exceptions).

For the Supercoach newbies out there, the Breakeven is the score needed by each player to hold his price.  If they score above that Breakeven value, their $$ value will rise.  If they score below that Breakeven point, they will lose value.  Sorry if I’ve overlooked something.  Be sure to let me know in the Comments below and I’ll update it as soon as I can.  If you have any questions about Breakevens, don’t hesitate to ask in the Forum and I’m sure our friendly SCT Community will help out.

 

LAST NAME, First Name (TEAM) (Price, Average): BE

All MID DPPs are listed under def/fwd/ruck (as appropriate)

DEF-FWD DPPs are listed as defs

RUCK DPPs are listed as rucks

 

 

PREMIUM DEFENDERS (>$500K)

 

WILLIAMS, Zac (GWS)($507 700, 97): 79

RYAN, Luke (FRE)($544 100, 105): 93

STEWART, Tom (GEE)($504 500, 102): 103

LAIRD, Rory (ADE) ($533 200, 99): 121

HURN, Shannon (WCE)($574 400, 111): 135

SICILY, James (HAW)($551 900, 103): 142

LLOYD, Jake (SYD)($561 000, 112): 149

WHITFIELD, Lachie (GWS)($575 200, 108): 206

 

 

MIDPRICE DEFENDERS ($300K-$500K)

 

HORE, Marty (MEL)($350 000, 84): 31

SHAW, Heath (GWS) ($459 100, 87): 34

MOORE, Darcy (COL)(DEF/FWD)($379 000, 79): 62

SCRIMSHAW, Jack (HAW)($315 200, 69): 62

COLLINS, Sam (GCS)($303 100, 64): 62

DUURSMA, Xavier (PTA)(DEF/MID)($327 500, 70): 65

WILKIE, Callum (STK)($321 500, 67): 66

ROZEE, Connor (PTA)(DEF/FWD)($373 300, 79): 77

PATON, Ben (STK)($321 200, 69): 78

CRISP, Jack (COL)($461 800, 89): 93

WITHERDEN, Alex (BRL)($412 100, 83): 94

McGOVERN, Jeremy (WCE)($452 500, 88): 96

NEWMAN, Nic (CAR)($415 100, 87): 101

ANDREWS, Harris (BRL)($415 800, 81): 104

SMITH, Brodie (ADE)($462 300, 91): 106

RICH, Daniel (BRL)($498 500, 101): 106

HOWE, Jeremy (COL)($389 300, 78): 112

SIMPSON, Kade (CAR) ($458 900, 75): 140

 

 

BUDGET / ROOKIE DEFENDERS (<$300K, * = two games played)

 

ROTHAM, Josh * (WCE)($123 900, 77): -82

JOYCE, Darragh * (STK)($123 900, 64): -54

LOCKHART, Jay (MEL)(DEF/MID)($221 400, 58): -29

ANSWERTH, Noah (BRL)(DEF/MID)($171 300, 63): -19

KEILTY, Declan * (MEL)($123 900, 38): -2

YOUNG, Lachlan (WBD)($171 900, 44): 22

CLARK, Jordan (GEE)($250 300, 60): 26

BURGESS, Christopher (GCS)(DEF/FWD)($172 100, 38): 46

 

 

PREMIUM MIDFIELDERS ($500K+)

 

SLOANE, Rory (ADE)($522 200, 111): 61

GAFF, Andrew (WCE)($555 100, 107): 66

OLIVER, Clayton (MEL) ($568 000, 110): 66

YEO, Elliot (WCE)($554 100, 100): 82

KELLY, Josh (GWS)($594 500, 115): 83

FYFE, Nat (FRE) ($597 000, 118): 97

MACRAE, Jack (WBD)($574 000, 117): 98

BONTEMPELLI, Marcus (WBD) ($582 800, 119): 101

KENNEDY, Josh P (SYD)($567 800, 112): 103

TARANTO, Tim (GWS)($525 400, 102): 112

PENDLEBURY, Scott (COL) ($555 900, 104): 118

MERRETT, Zach (ESS)($576 900, 112): 119

CUNNINGTON, Ben (NTH)($557 000, 111): 123

SHIEL, Dylan (ESS)($510 600, 102): 128

TRELOAR, Adam (COL)($574 900, 110): 129

CRIPPS, Patrick (CAR) ($628 400, 127): 130

CONIGLIO, Stephen (GWS) ($505 500, 98): 138

CROUCH, Matt (ADE)($509 800, 101): 151

NEALE, Lachie (BRL) ($640 800, 130): 158

 

 

MIDPRICE MIDFIELDERS ($300K – $500K)

 

STACK, Sydney (RIC)($312 500, 79): 11

CONSTABLE, Charlie (GEE)($326 000, 83): 22

ZORKO, Dayne (BRL) ($488 000, 96): 47

SHEED, Dom (WCE)($421 200, 93): 63

DAVIES-UNIACKE, Luke (NTH)($305 000, 73): 66

SMITH, Bailey (WBD)($365 500, 71): 68

WALSH, Sam (CAR)($439 000, 92): 101

LIBERATORE, Tom (WBD)($429 100, 95): 124

O’MEARA, Jaeger (HAW)($496 600, 96): 127

BRAYSHAW, Angus (MEL)($456 200, 90): 140

 

 

BUDGET/ ROOKIE MIDFIELDERS (<$300K, * = two games played)

 

HATELY, Jackson * (GWS)($148 800, 90): -93

SPARROW, Tom * (MEL)($117 300, 48): -27

ROWBOTTOM, James * (SYD)($117 300, 39): -9

STOCKER, Liam * (CAR)($126 300, 39): -3

HAYES, Will (WBD)($192 200, 57): 10

SCOTT, Bailey (NTH)($172 800, 54): 13

WAGNER, Corey (MEL)($199 700, 55): 25

GIBBONS, Michael (CAR)($270 300, 54): 44

ATKINS, Tom (GEE)($256 100, 53): 53

ROSS, Jack (RIC)($252 000, 63): 65

BUTTERS, Zac (PTA)($253 300, 57): 72

 

 

RUCKS

 

CLARKE, Zac (ESS)($182 200, 58): -16

O’BRIEN, Reilly (ADE)($374 300, 89): 33

PHILLIPS, Andrew (CAR)($318 700, 84): 35

MUMFORD, Shane (GWS)($429 800, 98): 55

MARTIN, Stefan (BRL) ($481 300, 90): 102

GOLDSTEIN, Todd (NTH)($519 100, 98): 115

GAWN, Max (MEL) ($651 000, 119): 124

GRUNDY, Brodie (COL)($655 100, 124): 140

 

 

PREMIUM FORWARDS (>$500K)

 

KELLY, Tim (GEE)(FWD/MID)($533 300, 108): 34

DUNKLEY, Josh (WBD)(FWD/MID)($514 700, 98): 35

MUNDY, David (FRE)(FWD/MID) ($569 000, 102): 88

HAWKINS, Tom (GEE)($515 200, 97): 102

CAMERON, Jeremy (GWS)($511 700, 98): 140

BOAK, Travis (PTA)(FWD/MID) ($564 800, 115): 154

 

 

MIDPRICED FORWARDS $300K– $500K

 

DARLING, Jack (WCE)($336 800, 67): -1

BAKER, Liam (RIC)($321 100, 84): 33

MIERS, Gryan (GEE)($365 300, 74): 45

GUNSTON, Jack (HAW)($407 800, 82): 50

LOBB, Rory (FRE)(FWD/RUCK)($442 300, 89): 51

MARSHALL, Rowan (STK)($433 900, 99): 57

MENEGOLA, Sam (GEE)($419 400, 82): 60

DREW, Willem (PTA)(FWD/MID)($321 800, 73): 63

DAHLHAUS, Luke (GEE)(FWD/MID)($433 400, 89): 65

SMITH, Devon (ESS)(FWD/MID)($364 000, 69): 85

LYCETT, Scott (PTA)(FWD/RUCK)($406 700, 85): 87

DE GOEY, Jordan (COL)($490 000, 92): 88

WESTHOFF, Justin (PTA)(FWD/RUCK)($403 300, 74): 90

WORPEL, James (HAW)(FWD/MID)($430 500, 89): 100

FRANKLIN, Lance (SYD)($435 400, 70): 101

DANIEL, Caleb (WBD)($498 700, 101): 104

BILLINGS, Jack (STK)($466 300, 94): 107

WALTERS, Michael (FRE)(FWD/MID)($491 100, 96): 125

GRAY, Robbie (PTA)(FWD/MID) ($419 400, 77): 145

HEENEY, Isaac (SYD)(FWD/MID) ($467 700, 90): 145

DANGERFIELD, Patrick (GEE)(FWD/MID)($495 900, 99): 169

 

 

BUDGET / ROOKIE FORWARDS (<$300K, * = two games played)

 

BOLTON, Shai (RIC)($250 900, 79): -35

BALTA, Noah (RIC)($198 100, 41): -24

MOORE, Dylan (HAW)($162 700, 53): -24

CORBETT, Joshua (GCS)($168 500, 58): -18

HAM, Brayden * (ESS)($117 300, 43): -15

LARKEY, Nick (NTH)($177 100, 64): -12

SETTERFIELD, Will (CAR)(FWD/MID)($213 000, 55): 5

BLAKEY, Nick (SYD)($205 000, 45): 8

BRANDER, Jarrod * (WCE)($135 700, 35): 10

LEWIS, Mitch (HAW)($198 700, 52): 28

PARKER, Matthew (STK)($254 100, 58): 55

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28 thoughts on “Breaking Even – Rd9”

    1. If you’re gonna go late on anyone, I’d make it Shai Bolton. He looks freakishly good!

      Smokie midpricers for Top10 DEF from here to season’s end:
      Lachie WELLER (GCS)(MID/DEF), ($436 300, 89.3): 50

      Has a 3RdAve of 100.7 after getting pumped in Rd1 by the debutant Marty Parker. Seems to be playing the LLOOOYYYYYD role for the Suns. I am SERIOUSLY tempted! Anyone else? Sort of trade that can make you a winner/loser. Might just take the punt 😉

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        1. Regarding S Bolton you could trade S Walsh to him freeing up approximately 190,000 assuming you still have Drew in the fwd line and with the 120+ in his system he could potentially make it to 350,000 which means once trading Bolton you would have made 400,000+ from the 2 trades which is fantastic considering the poor cash generating rookies.

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      1. Absolutely love it allsaints.
        DPP during the bye rounds also come in to play with durrsma, answerth.

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          1. You just solved the exact problem I was trying to solve. Never thought of Weller. *Gives him a guernsey

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          2. Is that the wife’s team you have nothing to do with, have no say in, have no input in, don’t discuss with your wife and don’t advise your wife. Cos u seem to mention you’re wife’s team a fair bit.

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            1. apologies for the confusion.

              There is the real wife’s team (that is as you describe above) and then there is my wife’s team which is actually my DEADTeam entry. This is the one that has all the potshots in it that I keep banging on about. The one that has the likes of Salem, Weller, Taranto and other midprice/breakout punts in it.

              I still like the look of Lachie Weller however. He’s gone under the radar a bit as he missed three games early. But he ticks many of the right boxes for a potential breakout.
              Age: 23
              Draft pick: Rd1, pick 13
              Games played last three seasons: 66/66
              Ave. has improved each and every year of four
              Finished last year with an 89 average (last 6 games) with only one score below 79

              His role is very SC friendly this year, either loose man behind the contest coming inside their defensive 50 or rebounding off HB. He’s also in a side that has improved significantly on last year.

              There is plenty to like from what I see. And he has talent.

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      2. Dont like any of those suggestions allsaints. Weller is at the price and scoring potential where you end up getting a value ‘premo’ who loses you 10 points a game on the rest of the premiums in defence. Great to start with but the value does not justify a trade at this stage.

        Similar for Bolton. Kicked 4 goals this week in his night out against the dockers but wont be repeating that each week. Is likely to end up scoring coaches who bring him in more 60s and not be worth the trade.

        Dont lose your head chasing glory.

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      3. only thing worse than jumping on a flyer & screw’n the pooch
        is miss’n the boat & watch’n them soar

        bare in mind that his last 3 were against
        melb , WC , & bris

        his next 3 are against
        port , cats & GWS

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  1. maybe setterfield will get going now , the young fellas around him must be getting pretty tired by now , would be look’n fwd to the bye i recon

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    1. Should probably ride the Libba train for some time now. Am sure he’ll come back once he and Dunks get re-magnetised.
      Think you may regret Walsh too, unless your M8 becomes a premo this week. Best consistent-scoring mid-rookie by some margin.
      As GD rightly points out, Hately has no real JS unless one of the Giants’ premo mids goes down with an LTI.

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      1. Libba with scores of 78, 51, 72 the last 3 weeks. has cracked the ton in 3 of 8 games (127, 150, 106) which is where his cash generation came from.

        I’m glad i offloaded him. Had him in the team to make money and he’s done his job. Will not be anywhere near the top10 miss come end of season.

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        1. I’m glad I got rid of him too, but if I hadn’t, I’d be holding him now. He’s proj’d to be priced at an ave. of 80 next week. If he tons up any week soon, he’ll suddenly have a BE of 70. If he goes big, it’ll be way less than that. Two in a row and he’ll likely go back to his previous peak-price pretty quickly. That’s all I’m saying.

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