Joel Selwood ($507,700, 145, 113.07, 55) – I’m not an I-told-you-so kinda guy but if you go back to last week’s edition I did mention getting on Joel. It wasn’t rocket science – Cats v GC at the Cattery was always going to produce some massive scores. Joelwood smashed his way to a 145. Nice one, mate.
Dane Swan ($536,600, 136, 121.06, 63) – Apparently Arizona is this magical place that heals the sick, makes people young again and guarantees improved SC scores. It must be because since coming back 7 weeks ago, Young PadoSwan has scored nothing but centuries and scarily looks to be getting better heading into the finals.
Nick Dal Santo ($618,500, 133, 123.61, 111) – The Nicky Dal train just keeps on a’rollin’. 160 average over his last 3.
Honourable mentions: Judd, Pendles, Goodsey, Hodge, Murph, Tom Rockliff, Mitch, Dayne Beams, Matt Priddis, Brad Sewell, Luke Ball, Michael Barlow (that’s 3 in a row now for him), Paul Chapman, Jack Ziebell, Heath Hocking, Jack Redden, Jobe Watson (42 BE, $416k but I bet no-one picks him up), Brett Stanton, Simon Black, Boomer, and Hamish Hartlett.
It’s the Port Adelaide edition:
Daniel Hannebery ($399,100, 113, 83.67, 45) – Playing with the kind of courage that it took to back back into the path of a steaming Hurley, DanHan has knocked out three consecutive tons.
Mitch Duncan ($348,000, 110, 74.19, 28) – Mitch has also bashed out three in a row – his only 100’s for the year. They came against some pretty average competition though: Richmond, Melbourne and Gold Coast.
Tendai Mzungu ($343,700, 113, 77.50, 49) – we’ve all got him but did we all put him on the field last week? Motts did.
Special mentions: Shane Tuck (what’s a man gotta do?), Luke Shuey, Allen Christensen, Daniel Kerr, Nathan van Berlo, Michael Doughty, Garrick Ibbotson, Alex Fasolo, Ben Johnson, Steele Sidebottom, David Zaharakis, Brad Ebert, Andrew Gaff, Lynden Dunn, Isaac Smith (great value at $257k), David Ellard, and Liam Shiels.
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