Motts Movers R10 – The Forwards

Written by Motts on May 31 2010

Not a lot to comment on up the premium end of the Forward selections this round so the theme for the R10 Forward Movers is value.

R Douglas ($467,400 $+22,100 ($+97,800), 83.90) – Over the last 3 rounds he’s averaged 109 so if you can overlook the fact he plays for Adelaide and are prepared to take a humungous risk then this could be your boy. Word of warning: between rounds 1 and 6 most of his scores were between 68 and 75 with a lazy 21 thrown in for good measure in R1.

J Grant ($311,400 $+27,900 ($+152,100), 76.67) – Traded this guy into my DT in R7 so I’ve been watching him for a few weeks and I have to say I haven’t been disappointed. He went #5 in the ’07 draft behind Krooz, Cotchin, Masten and Morton then missed the second half of the ’08 season with OP. Only played one game last year after his only kick in that game resulted in a behind. Came on in R5 this year and hasn’t looked back scoring generally between 65 and 76 but breaking out for 99 against the Roos. Still has plenty of upside if you’re looking for a replacement bench player or maybe even a F7.

L Jetta ($289,500 $+57,600 ($+57,600), 92.33) – Perhaps an even better option than Grant is Leroy. Jumped $57k this week after playing his 3rd game. Had a 50 in the first, jumped that up to 127 in the second and then eased off for 100 in the third – kicking goals in all of them. Played only 6 games in 2009 which was his 3rd year in the AFL but has built up his endurance and is fitting very nicely into Knightsy’s run and gun game plan.

Anyone else got a player that is even better value than these blokes? Don’t keep it to yourself – let us know about it!

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33 thoughts on “Motts Movers R10 – The Forwards”

  1. Jack Riewoldt($455,000 $+28,400($+82,100),87.20)
    Well he’s no Nick but is dubbed as the next Buddy, he’s cheap at this price and a risk, but if he continues his recent form, he could explode in price. Past three match AVE- 110

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  2. HAWKINS, Tom ($413,300 $+27,100 ($+33,700),75.5)
    He mixes his form a bit but since Ottens went down having a run on the ball has done his confidence the world of good and he is imposing himself on matches. He has averaged 100.66 in the last 3 weeks and with a break even of only 67 this week his prices looks set to go up!

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  3. Tomahawk ($413,300 $+27,100 ($+33,700) 75.50 R11 b/e 67)
    Avg 101 in he’s last 3 games, looks like his finally got the Self confidence to play great footy and live up to the potential every bodies been raving about since coming to the big smoke from Finley.

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  4. I reckon your a closet Freo supporter wanting to bust out and tell everyone, just like Aker with he’s current issues.

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  5. PS: In referring to AFL history, this has no reference to the previous suburban State based competition… think its called the VFL.

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  6. what do u guys think about this

    ball and hall out

    okeefe and goodes in

    it will leave me with 111.000 in the bank

    ball and hall are too inconsistent and okeefe and goodes are cheap and they are premiums

    what are your thoughts about these trades

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  7. Hey wondering if anyone had any advice , got medhurst in my fwd and by the sound of things he s still a couple of weeks away but only have 8 trades left and 17,000 in the bank. Got silvagni , and gumby to upgrade but would rather not go the double trade , should I risk a trade to rioli or is there better options?

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  8. Thinking of trading mcglynn for Didak coz of the dpp and Bradshaw for either goodes or Rok what are your thoughts

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  9. G’day guys. I’m looking for a good forward at the other end of the scale – I’m sitting on Hitchcock, Yarran and Gumbleton as my 7th, 8th and 9th forward at the moment and I want to downgrade one of them and upgrade another. Obviously I want the downgrade target (hopefully somewhere around 100k) to be someone who’s likely to get games. Any suggestions?

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