Todd Goldstein ($468,600, 112, 105.62, 112) – Injured his arm in an awkward landing and spent significant time on the sidelines during the Swans match – can you imagine what he would’ve scored if he’d been on the whole game? Has gone up almost $150k this year.
There really wasn’t anyone else of note. If Dean Cox had scored 100 I’d give him a mention but 93 doesn’t cut it when you’re priced over $500k.
Keplar Bradley ($347,100, 59, 74.44, 101) – In a game where Sandi didn’t play he should’ve breached the gap. He didn’t. Instead he had his second worst score for the year.
Kurt Tippett ($303,100, 60, 69.50, 85) – To all those that listened to me in R6 when I named him a Driller I apologise. Kurt has made me look like a clown. Again.
Matthew Leuenberger ($381,200, 122, 88.0, 53) – Went #4 in 2006 and is now starting to repay the faith. 97.3 average over the last 3.
Zak Smith ($337,700, 114, 86.25, 22) – I used to wonder if I had wasted a trade at the beginning of the season when I brought in Z for Broc McCauley. After Z’s 5th 80+ score for the year I don’t wonder that any more. What a great bloke to have on the field while Sandi sorts out the little piggy that went to the turf market.
Special mentions: Mitch Clark (I’ll give him a mention coz he scored 151 but we’d love to see some consistency), Drew Petrie (broke the cycle with his second ton in a row), and Jonathon Griffin (one game for one ton, $212k, pity he won’t get a run once you-know-who returns).
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