Motts Movers R19, 2013 – The Mids

Written by Motts on August 8 2013

I’m now all moved into my new joint and am busy re-arranging furniture and unpacking boxes. Got a weekend of cleaning the old place ahead of me.

Who’s Midfield performances recently have elevated them to Mover-status?

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11 thoughts on “Motts Movers R19, 2013 – The Mids”

  1. Mid price forwards Wellingham 361,000, Bennell 426,000 , Prestia 468,800, with gold coasts draw and playing Melbourne, Deledio 434,000.

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  2. need some help people… not the situation I had envisaged but:
    Vlastuin or Clisby for starting D6…

    T/U Vlastuin
    T/D Clisby

    trades required elsewhere this week… we’ve moved into matchplay!

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  3. Anyone else looking at sidebottom, ward or redden as straight swaps from jpk or priddis. They have all been massive in thier last few games and could become an outstanding finals POD. the one im considering the most is Callan Ward at the moment. But then again Sidebottomโ€™s been great since beams has come back.
    Or would you recommend using 2 trade to get jack, griffen, danger, beams and if so who.
    Thanks whoever bothered to read all of this

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  4. Who would you bring in out of these- Jack, Dangerfield, Beams, Griffen, selwood, steven and o’keefe for a final midfield upgrade

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  5. Premiums:

    Gary Ablett:

    $: WHO CARES (659, 500) Avg: BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS! (134.59) Own %: YOU SHOULD BE ONE OF THEM (65.61)

    Finals Run: Melbourne, Port Adelaide, St Kilda, GWS.

    It is a testament to his standing in Fantasy football that we consider the Little Master’s last two scores of 116 and 100 to be quiet. If it were anyone else, we’d be singing their praises from the rooftops.

    This weekend, the Maestro plays his 250th game. At Metricon Stadium. Against Melbourne. I wouldn’t bet against 300 points from Gazza. Yes, I mean without the Supercoach Captaincy.

    Scott Pendlebury:

    $588, 800 Avg: 125.28 Own %: 47.43

    Finals Run: Sydney. Hawthorn, West Coast, North Melbourne.

    For his standards, Pendles has been quiet in the past few weeks. I get the feeling that he takes the foot off the pedal when his influence isn’t required and gives it his all when it’s needed. With that in mind, his finals run looks very juicy.

    Kieran Jack:

    $574, 400 Avg: 114.56 Own %: 9.28

    Finals Run: Collingwood, St Kilda, Geelong, Hawthorn.

    Jack has been the shining light in a team full of shining lights.

    Trent Cotchin:

    $551, 600 Avg: 111.35 Own %: 27.76

    Finals Run: Brisbane, Carlton, GWS, Essendon.

    Cotch has turned a corner in recent weeks and is looking to surge the Tiger Army into the top 4.

    Mid Pricers:

    Sam Mitchell:

    $ 469,500 Avg: 105.06 Own %: 16.18

    Finals Run: St Kilda, Collingwood, North Melbourne, Sydney.

    All I’ve got to say is that he’d better not foul it up like his Hawthorn brethren did last week…

    Tom Scully:

    $350, 800 Avg: 74.27 Own %: 0.98

    Finals Run: Fremantle, Brisbane, Richmond, Gold Coast.

    Excluding the game where he was subbed off with injury, Scully averages 100.33 in his last 3.

    Rookies:

    Mitch Grigg:

    $115, 900 Games Played: 2 Avg: 62.5 B/E: -53

    Finals Run: North Melbourne, Western Bulldogs, Melbourne, West Coast.

    Scores of 29 and 96, both with the Green Vest.

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