Dawes v Ballantyne

Written by Motts on August 3 2010

You’ve got one trade left and enough cash in the bank to get you one of these guys. They both average just under 75 a game and they’re both worthย  about $340k. Dawes is more consistent but Ballantyne can score reasonably big (a 126 last week and a couple of 117’s along the way). As Jeff the host of Survivor says: its time to vote.

Which DEF or FWD player should we trade INTO the TEAM? (max four choices)

  • Luke Dahlhaus (WBD) (25%, 71 Votes)
  • Jimmy Bartel (GEE) (11%, 32 Votes)
  • Jarrad McVeigh (SYD) (10%, 28 Votes)
  • Josh Gibson (HAW) (10%, 28 Votes)
  • Leigh Montagna (STK) (9%, 26 Votes)
  • Matthew Boyd (WBD) (7%, 20 Votes)
  • Lance Franklin (SYD) (7%, 20 Votes)
  • Josh J Kennedy (WCE) (6%, 17 Votes)
  • Kurt Tippett (SYD) (5%, 15 Votes)
  • Zach Merrett (ESS) (5%, 13 Votes)
  • Scott Lycett (WCE) (4%, 11 Votes)
  • Jasper Pittard (PTA) (2%, 5 Votes)
  • Jack Gunston (HAW) (0%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 92

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  1. Given the scenario painted above, i’d hold onto my ONE trade. If you have one trade left, i wouldn’t see a Dawes or Ballantyne trade as my final piece in the SC jigsaw. Can i have a third option to vote for please?? ‘Hold, don’t trade’.

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  2. If it was a must i think id prefer to take a chance and get leon davis $336k, Byrnes $334k or if i had an extra $1000 id get higgins $344k

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  3. I would choose Chris Dawes because apart from this week, Collingwood has a decent enough run home that will offer him a chance to score 70-90. Having Brown/Jolly & Cloke in the vicinity makes it a bit easier for him to grab points.
    I started off with Balla, and I was basically happy with him, but, it is Dawes for me ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. SAW – R19

    ADELAIDE
    Brett Burton (ankle) – 1 week
    James Craig (hamstring) – season
    Patrick Dangerfield (hand) – 1 week
    Simon Goodwin (ankle) – indefinite
    Andrew McLeod (knee) – indefinite
    Brad Moran (knee) – 2 weeks
    Andy Otten (knee) – season
    Jared Petrenko (foot) – season
    Sam Shaw (back) – indefinite
    Daniel Talia (knee) – season

    BRISBANE LIONS
    Matt Austin (leg) – season
    Donald Barry (sinus) – season
    Callum Bartlett (knee) – season
    Amon Buchanan (quad) – 2 weeks
    Jamie Charman (ankle) – season
    Xavier Clarke (hamstring) – 1 week
    Josh Drummond (knee) – season
    Brendan Fevola (groin) – season
    Mitch Golby (knee) – season
    Broc McCauley (groin) – TBA
    Bart McCulloch (hamstring) – indefinite
    James Polkinghorne (quad) – test
    Andrew Raines (quad) – test

    CARLTON
    Dennis Armfield (neck) – test
    Ryan Houlihan (knee) – test
    Matthew Kreuzer (knee) – season
    Kane Lucas (hamstring) – season
    Brock McLean (knee) – test
    Rhys Oโ€™Keeffe (back) – indefinite
    Simon White (hip) – season

    COLLINGWOOD
    Jarrad Blight (groin) – test
    Anthony Corrie (knee) – 1-2 weeks
    Brad Dick (shoulder) – season
    Simon Prestigiacomo (groin) – test
    Heath Shaw (back) – test
    Sharrod Wellingham (leg) – test

    ESSENDON
    Darcy Daniher (adductor) – TBC
    Scott Gumbleton (ribs) – 4 weeks
    Jason Laycock (foot) – season
    Anthony Long (hamstring) – 2 weeks
    Tayte Pears (pancreas) – season
    Taite Silverlock (leg) – season
    Henry Slattery (ribs) – test
    John Williams (shoulder) – test
    Mark Williams (ankle) – season
    Jason Winderlich (hand) – test

    FREMANTLE
    Michael Barlow (leg) – season
    Kepler Bradley (knee) – test
    Ryan Crowley (knee) – 3-4 weeks
    Chris Mayne (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Rhys Palmer (shoulder) – test
    Clancee Pearce (knee) – test
    Alex Silvagni (groin) – 2 weeks
    Chris Tarrant (knee) – 4-6 weeks

    GEELONG
    Mitch Brown (shoulder) – season
    Max Rooke (knee) – indefinite
    Jesse Stringer (hip) – season
    Adam Varcoe (knee) – season

    HAWTHORN
    Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite

    MELBOURNE
    Jack Grimes (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
    Jordie Gysberts (back) – 2-4 weeks
    Danny Hughes (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Stefan Martin (hip) – 1 week
    John Meesen (foot) – season
    Brent Moloney (corked thigh) – test
    Michael Newton (quad) – test
    Ricky Petterd (shoulder) – season
    Jake Spencer (back) – 2 weeks

    NORTH MELBOURNE
    Liam Anthony (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
    Aaron Black (hip) – indefinite
    Matt Campbell (calf) – test
    Majak Daw (knee) – 1 week
    Cruize Garlett (calf) – test
    Nathan Grima (quad) – test
    Ed Lower – (broken collar bone) – 3-4 weeks
    Drew Petrie (foot) – indefinite
    Daniel Pratt (hamstring) – test
    Ben Ross (hip/groin) – indefinite
    Robbie Tarrant (thumb) – 2 weeks
    Ben Warren (back) – test
    Daniel Wells (quad) – test
    Jack Ziebell (leg) – indefinite

    PORT ADELAIDE
    Chad Cornes (finger) – 3-4 weeks
    Hamish Hartlett (quad) – season
    Matt Lobbe (hamstring) – 2 weeks
    Steven Salopek (shoulder) – season
    Jacob Surjan (knee) – season
    Wade Thompson (quad) – test

    RICHMOND
    Andrew Collins (leg) – test
    Matt Dea (foot) – 2-3 weeks
    Nathan Foley (leg) – season
    Ben Griffiths (shoulder) – season
    Tom Hislop (patella) – season
    Jordan McMahon (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Richard Tambling (leg) – season
    Adam Thompson (groin) – season

    ST KILDA
    David Armitage (knee) – indefinite
    Raphael Clarke (hamstring) – test*
    Zac Dawson (hand) – TBC
    Clint Jones (ankle) – test*
    Steven King (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks*
    Jesse Smith (ankle) – season*

    SYDNEY SWANS
    Craig Bird (foot) – test
    Craig Bolton (achilles) – 3 weeks
    Daniel Bradshaw (knee) – 1-2 weeks
    Jake Orreal (back) – season
    Lewis Roberts-Thomson (hamstring) – 1 week
    Mark Seaby (ankle) – season
    Nick Smith (hamstring) – 1 week
    Kristin Thornton (hamstring) – test

    WEST COAST
    Sam Butler (foot) – 3-4 weeks
    Bradd Dalziell (finger) – season
    Darren Glass (abdomen) – season
    Ash Hansen (hip) – 2-3 weeks
    Shannon Hurn (hamstring) – 1 week
    Daniel Kerr (hamstring) – season
    Chris Masten (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Mark Nicoski (shoulder) – season
    Adam Selwood (AC joint) – test

    WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Ayce Cordy (shoulder) – season
    Mitch Hahn (concussion) – test
    Sam Reid (shoulder) – season
    Brennan Stack (hamstring) – 1 week
    Shane Thorne (knee) – 4 weeks
    Callan Ward (hip) – test

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  5. can someone help me with this question. If a rookie plays two games this year and averages say 55 will his price nxt year be that of a player who averages 55 or does he have to play 3 games for his price to be affected next year? thx

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    1. not sure exactly how its worked out but a player’s price will rise marginally the following year even if he’s just played the one or two game (unless that player is relton roberts perhaps). I tried that trick too at the start of the year but to no avail.

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  6. Out of these two I’d pick Dawes as Ballantyne is out for 3-4 weeks with a stress fracture…

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Dawes v Ballantyne

Written by Motts on

You’ve got one trade left and enough cash in the bank to get you one of these guys. They both average just under 75 a game and they’re both worthย  about $340k. Dawes is more consistent but Ballantyne can score reasonably big (a 126 last week and a couple of 117’s along the way). As Jeff the host of Survivor says: its time to vote.

Which DEF or FWD player should we trade INTO the TEAM? (max four choices)

  • Luke Dahlhaus (WBD) (25%, 71 Votes)
  • Jimmy Bartel (GEE) (11%, 32 Votes)
  • Jarrad McVeigh (SYD) (10%, 28 Votes)
  • Josh Gibson (HAW) (10%, 28 Votes)
  • Leigh Montagna (STK) (9%, 26 Votes)
  • Matthew Boyd (WBD) (7%, 20 Votes)
  • Lance Franklin (SYD) (7%, 20 Votes)
  • Josh J Kennedy (WCE) (6%, 17 Votes)
  • Kurt Tippett (SYD) (5%, 15 Votes)
  • Zach Merrett (ESS) (5%, 13 Votes)
  • Scott Lycett (WCE) (4%, 11 Votes)
  • Jasper Pittard (PTA) (2%, 5 Votes)
  • Jack Gunston (HAW) (0%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 92

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18 thoughts on “Dawes v Ballantyne”

  1. Given the scenario painted above, i’d hold onto my ONE trade. If you have one trade left, i wouldn’t see a Dawes or Ballantyne trade as my final piece in the SC jigsaw. Can i have a third option to vote for please?? ‘Hold, don’t trade’.

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  2. If it was a must i think id prefer to take a chance and get leon davis $336k, Byrnes $334k or if i had an extra $1000 id get higgins $344k

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  3. I would choose Chris Dawes because apart from this week, Collingwood has a decent enough run home that will offer him a chance to score 70-90. Having Brown/Jolly & Cloke in the vicinity makes it a bit easier for him to grab points.
    I started off with Balla, and I was basically happy with him, but, it is Dawes for me ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. SAW – R19

    ADELAIDE
    Brett Burton (ankle) – 1 week
    James Craig (hamstring) – season
    Patrick Dangerfield (hand) – 1 week
    Simon Goodwin (ankle) – indefinite
    Andrew McLeod (knee) – indefinite
    Brad Moran (knee) – 2 weeks
    Andy Otten (knee) – season
    Jared Petrenko (foot) – season
    Sam Shaw (back) – indefinite
    Daniel Talia (knee) – season

    BRISBANE LIONS
    Matt Austin (leg) – season
    Donald Barry (sinus) – season
    Callum Bartlett (knee) – season
    Amon Buchanan (quad) – 2 weeks
    Jamie Charman (ankle) – season
    Xavier Clarke (hamstring) – 1 week
    Josh Drummond (knee) – season
    Brendan Fevola (groin) – season
    Mitch Golby (knee) – season
    Broc McCauley (groin) – TBA
    Bart McCulloch (hamstring) – indefinite
    James Polkinghorne (quad) – test
    Andrew Raines (quad) – test

    CARLTON
    Dennis Armfield (neck) – test
    Ryan Houlihan (knee) – test
    Matthew Kreuzer (knee) – season
    Kane Lucas (hamstring) – season
    Brock McLean (knee) – test
    Rhys Oโ€™Keeffe (back) – indefinite
    Simon White (hip) – season

    COLLINGWOOD
    Jarrad Blight (groin) – test
    Anthony Corrie (knee) – 1-2 weeks
    Brad Dick (shoulder) – season
    Simon Prestigiacomo (groin) – test
    Heath Shaw (back) – test
    Sharrod Wellingham (leg) – test

    ESSENDON
    Darcy Daniher (adductor) – TBC
    Scott Gumbleton (ribs) – 4 weeks
    Jason Laycock (foot) – season
    Anthony Long (hamstring) – 2 weeks
    Tayte Pears (pancreas) – season
    Taite Silverlock (leg) – season
    Henry Slattery (ribs) – test
    John Williams (shoulder) – test
    Mark Williams (ankle) – season
    Jason Winderlich (hand) – test

    FREMANTLE
    Michael Barlow (leg) – season
    Kepler Bradley (knee) – test
    Ryan Crowley (knee) – 3-4 weeks
    Chris Mayne (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Rhys Palmer (shoulder) – test
    Clancee Pearce (knee) – test
    Alex Silvagni (groin) – 2 weeks
    Chris Tarrant (knee) – 4-6 weeks

    GEELONG
    Mitch Brown (shoulder) – season
    Max Rooke (knee) – indefinite
    Jesse Stringer (hip) – season
    Adam Varcoe (knee) – season

    HAWTHORN
    Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite

    MELBOURNE
    Jack Grimes (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
    Jordie Gysberts (back) – 2-4 weeks
    Danny Hughes (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Stefan Martin (hip) – 1 week
    John Meesen (foot) – season
    Brent Moloney (corked thigh) – test
    Michael Newton (quad) – test
    Ricky Petterd (shoulder) – season
    Jake Spencer (back) – 2 weeks

    NORTH MELBOURNE
    Liam Anthony (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
    Aaron Black (hip) – indefinite
    Matt Campbell (calf) – test
    Majak Daw (knee) – 1 week
    Cruize Garlett (calf) – test
    Nathan Grima (quad) – test
    Ed Lower – (broken collar bone) – 3-4 weeks
    Drew Petrie (foot) – indefinite
    Daniel Pratt (hamstring) – test
    Ben Ross (hip/groin) – indefinite
    Robbie Tarrant (thumb) – 2 weeks
    Ben Warren (back) – test
    Daniel Wells (quad) – test
    Jack Ziebell (leg) – indefinite

    PORT ADELAIDE
    Chad Cornes (finger) – 3-4 weeks
    Hamish Hartlett (quad) – season
    Matt Lobbe (hamstring) – 2 weeks
    Steven Salopek (shoulder) – season
    Jacob Surjan (knee) – season
    Wade Thompson (quad) – test

    RICHMOND
    Andrew Collins (leg) – test
    Matt Dea (foot) – 2-3 weeks
    Nathan Foley (leg) – season
    Ben Griffiths (shoulder) – season
    Tom Hislop (patella) – season
    Jordan McMahon (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Richard Tambling (leg) – season
    Adam Thompson (groin) – season

    ST KILDA
    David Armitage (knee) – indefinite
    Raphael Clarke (hamstring) – test*
    Zac Dawson (hand) – TBC
    Clint Jones (ankle) – test*
    Steven King (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks*
    Jesse Smith (ankle) – season*

    SYDNEY SWANS
    Craig Bird (foot) – test
    Craig Bolton (achilles) – 3 weeks
    Daniel Bradshaw (knee) – 1-2 weeks
    Jake Orreal (back) – season
    Lewis Roberts-Thomson (hamstring) – 1 week
    Mark Seaby (ankle) – season
    Nick Smith (hamstring) – 1 week
    Kristin Thornton (hamstring) – test

    WEST COAST
    Sam Butler (foot) – 3-4 weeks
    Bradd Dalziell (finger) – season
    Darren Glass (abdomen) – season
    Ash Hansen (hip) – 2-3 weeks
    Shannon Hurn (hamstring) – 1 week
    Daniel Kerr (hamstring) – season
    Chris Masten (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
    Mark Nicoski (shoulder) – season
    Adam Selwood (AC joint) – test

    WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Ayce Cordy (shoulder) – season
    Mitch Hahn (concussion) – test
    Sam Reid (shoulder) – season
    Brennan Stack (hamstring) – 1 week
    Shane Thorne (knee) – 4 weeks
    Callan Ward (hip) – test

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  5. can someone help me with this question. If a rookie plays two games this year and averages say 55 will his price nxt year be that of a player who averages 55 or does he have to play 3 games for his price to be affected next year? thx

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  6. Out of these two I’d pick Dawes as Ballantyne is out for 3-4 weeks with a stress fracture…

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