The Teams R24 – The Grannie

Written by Big Sexy on September 1 2011

Richmond v North Melbourne
ES – Sun Sep 04, 4:40pm

Richmond
B: Bachar Houli, Alex Rance, Will Thursfield
HB: Brett Deledio, Jayden Post, Matt Dea
C: Trent Cotchin, Dustin Martin, Shaun Grigg
HF: Daniel Jackson, Tyrone Vickery, Shane Edwards
F: Robin Nahas, Jack Riewoldt, Brad Miller
Foll: Angus Graham, Shane Tuck, Nathan Foley
I/C: Matthew White, Mitch Morton, Mitchell Farmer, Jeromey Webberley, Ben Nason, Jamie O’Reilly, Dean MacDonald
In: Matthew White, Matt Dea, Ben Nason, Dean MacDonald
Out: Jake King (Suspension)
New: Dean MacDonald (Gippsland Power)
Milestones: Brett Deledio – 150 games

North Melbourne
B: Brady Rawlings, Scott Thompson, Scott McMahon
HB: Kieran Harper, Nathan Grima, Michael Firrito
C: Ryan Bastinac, Ben Cunnington, Lindsay Thomas
HF: Matt Campbell, Hamish McIntosh, Aaron Black
F: Brent Harvey, Drew Petrie, Aaron Edwards
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Leigh Adams, Andrew Swallow
I/C: Daniel Pratt, Ben Warren, Cruize Garlett, Jamie Macmillan, Shaun Atley, Cameron Pedersen, Aaron Mullett
In: Hamish McIntosh, Daniel Pratt, Ben Warren, Ben Cunnington, Aaron Black, Jamie Macmillan, Shaun Atley
Out: Daniel Wells (Shoulder), Lachlan Hansen (Shoulder), Levi Greenwood (Suspension), Jack Ziebell (Suspension)
New: Aaron Black (Peel Thunder (WA))
Milestones: Hamish McIntosh – 100 games

Collingwood v Geelong Cats
MCG – Fri Sep 02, 7:40pm

Collingwood
B: Alan Toovey, Ben Reid, Heritier O’Brien
HB: Ben Johnson, Chris Tarrant, Tyson Goldsack
C: Dayne Beams, Sharrod Wellingham, Alan Didak
HF: Ben Sinclair, Leigh Brown, Alex Fasolo
F: Steele Sidebottom, Travis Cloke, Luke Ball
Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Andrew Krakouer
I/C: Dane Swan, Chris Dawes, Cameron Wood, Jarryd Blair
Emg: Brent Macaffer, Luke Rounds, Simon Buckley
In: Sharrod Wellingham, Luke Ball, Chris Tarrant
Out: Leon Davis (Hamstring), Dale Thomas (Suspension), Tom Young

Geelong Cats
B: Josh Hunt, Matthew Scarlett, Darren Milburn
HB: Corey Enright, Harry Taylor, Andrew Mackie
C: Jimmy Bartel, Cameron Ling, David Wojcinski
HF: Steve Johnson, Trent West, Travis Varcoe
F: Paul Chapman, James Podsiadly, Tom Hawkins
Foll: Brad Ottens, James Kelly, Joel Selwood
I/C: Mathew Stokes, Daniel Menzel, Mitch Duncan, Allen Christensen
Emg: Shannon Byrnes, Steven Motlop, Cameron Guthrie
In: Darren Milburn, Mitch Duncan
Out: Shannon Byrnes, Tom Lonergan (Quad Contusion)

West Coast Eagles v Adelaide
PS – Sat Sep 03, 5:10pm

West Coast Eagles
B: Shannon Hurn, Darren Glass, Sam Butler
HB: Ashley Smith, Eric Mackenzie, Beau Waters
C: Luke Shuey, Matthew Priddis, Andrew Embley
HF: Andrew Gaff, Josh Kennedy, Mark Nicoski
F: Jack Darling, Quinten Lynch, Mark LeCras
Foll: Dean Cox, Scott Selwood, Adam Selwood
I/C: Chris Masten, Bradley Ebert, Nic Naitanui, Patrick McGinnity
Emg: Brett Jones, Andrew Strijk, Ashton Hams
In: Sam Butler, Jack Darling
Out: Will Schofield (cheek), Ashton Hams

Adelaide
B: Graham Johncock, Ben Rutten, Daniel Talia
HB: Michael Doughty, Shaun McKernan, Brent Reilly
C: Rory Sloane, Scott Thompson, David Mackay
HF: Jared Petrenko, Kurt Tippett, Bernie Vince
F: Ricky Henderson, Taylor Walker, Richard Douglas
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Patrick Dangerfield, Nathan van Berlo
I/C: Tony Armstrong, Matthew Wright, Richard Tambling, Ian Callinan
Emg: Ivan Maric, Luke Thompson, Brodie Smith
In: Michael Doughty, Ricky Henderson, Richard Tambling, Ian Callinan
Out: Andy Otten (Concussion), Brodie Martin (Groin), Aidan Riley, Jack Gunston (Shoulder)

Port Adelaide v Melbourne
AO – Sun Sep 04, 2:40pm

Port Adelaide
B: Troy Chaplin, Alipate Carlile, Tom Logan
HB: Jacob Surjan, Jackson Trengove, Cameron O’Shea
C: Steven Salopek, Travis Boak, Danyle Pearce
HF: Brett Ebert, John Butcher, Robert Gray
F: Daniel Motlop, Jay Schulz, Justin Westhoff
Foll: Matthew Lobbe, Domenic Cassisi, David Rodan
I/C: Dean Brogan, Kane Cornes, Matt Thomas, Matthew Broadbent, Mitchell Banner, Aaron Young, Thomas Jonas
In: Dean Brogan, Kane Cornes, Aaron Young
New: Aaron Young (Eastern Ranges)
Milestones: Brett Ebert – 150 games

Melbourne
B: Sam Blease, James Frawley, Tom McDonald
HB: Colin Garland, Jared Rivers, Clint Bartram
C: Nathan Jones, Jordie McKenzie, Jamie Bennell
HF: Brad Green, Jack Watts, Jack Trengove
F: Tom Scully, Stefan Martin, Neville Jetta
Foll: Mark Jamar, Cale Morton, Brent Moloney
I/C: Matthew Bate, Tom McNamara, Rohan Bail, Luke Tapscott, Jack Fitzpatrick, Jeremy Howe, Daniel Nicholson
In: Matthew Bate, Rohan Bail, Jack Fitzpatrick, Daniel Nicholson
Out: Liam Jurrah (Wrist)
New: Jack Fitzpatrick (Western Jets)
Milestones: Stefan Martin – 50 games

Western Bulldogs v Fremantle
ES – Sat Sep 03, 2:10pm

Western Bulldogs
B: Jayden Schofield, Lukas Markovic, Easton Wood
HB: Robert Murphy, Ed Barlow, Liam Picken
C: Jason Tutt, Matthew Boyd, Mitchell Wallis
HF: Jarrad Grant, Liam Jones, Daniel Giansiracusa
F: Luke Dahlhaus, Barry Hall, Jordan Roughead
Foll: Ben Hudson, Callan Ward, Ryan Griffen
I/C: Daniel Cross, Shaun Higgins, Patrick Veszpremi, Thomas Liberatore
Emg: Dylan Addison, Josh Hill, Christian Howard
In: Ben Hudson, Easton Wood, Mitchell Wallis
Out: Dylan Addison, Josh Hill, Ayce Cordy (Hand)

Fremantle
B: Greg Broughton, Luke McPharlin, Antoni Grover
HB: Michael Johnson, Alex Silvagni, Paul Duffield
C: Jayden Pitt, Stephen Hill, Nick Suban
HF: Ryan Crowley, Kepler Bradley, Byron Schammer
F: Jack Anthony, Christopher Mayne, Zachary Clarke
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Michael Barlow, Tendai Mzungu
I/C: Clayton Hinkley, Benjamin Bucovaz, Clancee Pearce, Justin Bollenhagen
Emg: Casey Sibosado, Hamish Shepheard, Joel Houghton
In: Antoni Grover, Benjamin Bucovaz, Justin Bollenhagen, Alex Silvagni, Jayden Pitt
Out: Garrick Ibbotson (Shoulder), Rhys Palmer (Groin), Nathan Fyfe (Shoulder), Peter Faulks (Jaw), Nick Lower (Suspension)
Milestones: Kepler Bradley – 100 games

Gold Coast Suns v Hawthorn
MS – Sat Sep 03, 1:10pm

Gold Coast Suns
B: Karmichael Hunt, Nathan Bock, Josh Toy
HB: Jarrod Harbrow, Joel Tippett, Maverick Weller
C: Harley Bennell, Gary Ablett, Trent McKenzie
HF: Daniel Stanley, Jared Brennan, Luke Russell
F: Brandon Matera, Rory Thompson, Josh Fraser
Foll: Zac Smith, David Swallow, Michael Rischitelli
I/C: Matt Shaw, Dion Prestia, Josh Caddy, Jacob Gillbee
Emg: Sam Iles, Joel Wilkinson, Seb Tape
In: Josh Fraser, Josh Toy, Jacob Gillbee, Joel Tippett
Out: Sam Iles, Tom Hickey, Seb Tape, Nathan Ablett
New: Jacob Gillbee (Lauderdale, TAS)

Hawthorn
B: Brent Guerra, Josh Gibson, Kyle Cheney
HB: Benjamin Stratton, Ryan Schoenmakers, Thomas Murphy
C: Isaac Smith, Sam Mitchell, Chance Bateman
HF: Shane Savage, Jordan Lisle, Brendan Whitecross
F: Michael Osborne, Paul A. Johnson, Luke Breust
Foll: David Hale, Liam Shiels, Xavier Ellis
I/C: Rick Ladson, Matt Suckling, Paul Puopolo, Cameron Bruce
Emg: Will Sierakowski, Riley Milne, Jordan Williams
In: Chance Bateman, Xavier Ellis, Rick Ladson, Sam Mitchell, Paul A. Johnson, Jordan Lisle, Benjamin Stratton, Kyle Cheney
Out: Max Bailey (Rested), Grant Birchall (Rested), Lance Franklin (Rested), Luke Hodge (Rested), Jordan Lewis (Rested), Brad Sewell (Rested), Cyril Rioli (Rested), Shaun Burgoyne (Rested)
New: Paul A. Johnson (West Coast Eagles)

Sydney Swans v Brisbane Lions
SCG – Sat Sep 03, 4:10pm

Sydney Swans
B: Rhyce Shaw, Ted Richards, Alex Johnson
HB: Martin Mattner, Heath Grundy, Nicholas Smith
C: Josh P. Kennedy, Adam Goodes, Jarrad McVeigh
HF: Ryan O’Keefe, Jesse White, Matt Spangher
F: Daniel Hannebery, Sam Reid, Ben McGlynn
Foll: Shane Mumford, Jude Bolton, Kieren Jack
I/C: Tadhg Kennelly, Craig Bird, Gary Rohan, Luke Parker
Emg: Paul Bevan, Nick Malceski, Lewis Jetta
In: Jarrad McVeigh
Out: Brett Meredith
Milestones: Nicholas Smith – 50 games, Daniel Hannebery – 50 games

Brisbane Lions
B: Jed Adcock, Matt Maguire, Niall McKeever
HB: Mitchell Golby, Josh Drummond, Pearce Hanley
C: Cheynee Stiller, Andrew Raines, Tom Rockliff
HF: Sam Sheldon, Bryce Retzlaff, James Polkinghorne
F: Patrick Karnezis, Aaron Cornelius, Ashley McGrath
Foll: Matthew Leuenberger, Simon Black, Jack Redden
I/C: James Hawksley, Daniel Rich, Todd Banfield, Ryan Harwood
Emg: Amon Buchanan, Josh Dyson, Joshua Green
In: James Hawksley, Ryan Harwood
Out: Luke Power (Retired), Brent Staker (Knee)

Carlton v St Kilda
MCG – Sat Sep 03, 7:10pm

Carlton
B: Lachlan Henderson, Michael Jamison, Aaron Joseph
HB: Zach Tuohy, Nick Duigan, Christopher Yarran
C: Kade Simpson, Marc Murphy, Heath Scotland
HF: Andrew Walker, Setanta O’hAilpin, Jeffrey Garlett
F: Eddie Betts, Matthew Kreuzer, Mitch Robinson
Foll: Robert Warnock, Bryce Gibbs, Chris Judd
I/C: Andrew Carrazzo, Dennis Armfield, Kane Lucas, Jeremy Laidler
Emg: Jordan Russell, David Ellard, Marcus Davies
In: Setanta O’hAilpin, Kane Lucas, Zach Tuohy
Out: Bret Thornton (Soreness), David Ellard, Marcus Davies

St Kilda
B: Sam Gilbert, Zac Dawson, Raphael Clarke
HB: Brendon Goddard, Sam Fisher, Dean Polo
C: Sean Dempster, Nick Dal Santo, Jason Gram
HF: Brett Peake, Nick Riewoldt, Adam Schneider
F: Stephen Milne, Justin Koschitzke, Jack Steven
Foll: Ben McEvoy, Clinton Jones, Leigh Montagna
I/C: Jason Blake, Michael S. Gardiner, Jarryn Geary, Farren Ray
Emg: Steven Baker, Alistair Smith, Ryan Gamble
In: Michael S. Gardiner
Out: David Armitage (Suspension)

The late withdrawal of Mitchell last week destroyed my team with no bench cover in my midfield… but at the end of the day, I was beaten by a better team.  So hopefully there won’t be any surprises for your team this week if you’re in the Grannie…..

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131 thoughts on “The Teams R24 – The Grannie”

  1. I’m screwed, though Darling and Callinan in should help just a tiny bit. Can’t believe I wasted a trade on N Roo to Cyril 2 weeks ago 🙁 Picking up Fyfe last week wasn’t that inspired either.

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  2. seeing as I’m out of my sc finals I just checked my dream team which I havnt looked at since rnd 18 and I’m in 3 gf, which shows how crap dt is.
    Went heppal to bock
    And rioli to hall who I’m Tepted to make captain

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  3. With Buddy now on the block as trade bait for the Wyld Ones, just wondering who i should replace him with. First two that come to mind are S. Johnson (playing the pies is a big deterrent) or ever reliable ROK. Then i had a an epiphany what about N.Roo, had an absolute blinder last week and is playing Carl probably lining up on an under done Jamieson or a Henderson.

    So up for Cat Johnson
    down for ROK

    Or is there someone out there who agrees with my Nick Riewoldt theory.

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  4. Slim pickings to replace Buddy.

    Already have Cloke, Johnson, NRoo, Goodes, O’Keefe, Petrie, Mzungu (E).

    Options:

    Brent Harvey 409K
    (v Richmond) scored only 40 last week v StK but 125 last time against the tigers. He’d be keen to finish the season off with a win and probably the best bet.

    Paul Chapman 454K
    (v Collingwood) If he wasn’t playing the Pies he’d probably be the top pick. Last time he only managed 70 against them and he’s been below par the last couple of games (80, 91). This week Harry O will be all over him like a rash.

    Chris Yarran 395K
    (v St Kilda) Has caused more than his share of SC frustration but as the season went on he’s got better and better. He’s fresh from the bye and will love to run from the backline all day. Last time against the Saints he nailed 102 and has put together a couple of solid scores including 108 last game against the Hawks.

    Robbie Gray 410K
    (v Melbourne) scored a massive 168 last week against the Bombers and has a home game against the D’s. Could be a remarkable POD but risky move. Could be a stroke of genius or the stupidest thing you’ve done in your SC career.

    Barry Hall (403K)
    Just for a joke! He’d love to win his last game and kick a bag of goals like he has done a few times recently. Probably more likely to king hit Luke McPhalin than score a ton in SC.

    Anyone else deserve a mention?

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  5. Ah Exams are hectic at the moment……………

    Into 4/5 Grand Finals

    Team for the round

    B- Goddard, Deledio, Fisher, Enright, Adcock, Gilbert, Duffield
    (Hurn(EMER), Jacobs, Howard)

    C- Swan, Pendlebury, Boyd, Ablett, Gibbs, Cotchin
    (Callinan(EMER), Hodge, Sylvia)

    R- Cox, Jolly
    (J.Tippett(EMER), Moran)

    F- Goodes, R.O’Keefe, Chapman, Petrie, N.Riewoldt, Mzungu, Dahlhaus
    (Franklin, Richardson, Pavlich)

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  6. Well it looks like the Kelsos finish the season with some high quality on the bench.

    Having spent the last trade of the season bringing in Nathan Bock this gives the ‘mid-pricer on the pine at all times’ strategy a good workout.

    Boak will play in place of Hodge while Grundy makes the move down from the backline to cover for Franklin in his annual field day against the Lions. Fyfe is moved out in favour of Mzungu while Krakouer is the only player unlucky to miss out on selection but sits in wait on the MID bench just incase there are more surprises.

    Depending on my mood Krakouer may well come in for Hurn (it works trust me) but will await final Sunday teams before making that decision.

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  7. 24 Rounds and im going to fall at the last hurdle.
    Rioli, Franklin, Leon Davis [Which i brought in last week :(] Which means one donut for me. It’ll be a miracle if i win.

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  8. This Is bull. Had a full team all year, had so many trades left I’ve been cashing all bench players out. And now it looks like I might not have a full team

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  9. Hello Everyone ,Who should I play on the field? I reckon both have a good chance at being the sub.

    Thumbs up- Howe
    Thumbs Down- Callinan

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  10. Need thoughts on who to put on the field. Either could be sub (one has only played one game this year and the other has been dropped for 5 weeks).

    Thumbs up – Shaun Atley (been dropped)
    Thumbs down – Ben Bucovaz (played 1 match)

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  11. hey fellow supercoaches. Only can afford these 3 players($200 short on SJ)

    Thumbs up: Cloke
    Thumbs Down: Hall
    Okeefe Comment

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  12. Ok SCT….my last request for the year!!!!!!!!

    thanks for all your advice throughout the year!!!!

    Who to play on the field?????

    Thumbs up – Puopolo

    Thumbs down – Broughton

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  13. I have a donut in my ruck line with Bailey out, all other lines are covered, so my strategy is to replace Bailey rather than upgrade a 40 point player in another line like McKernan who has to play. Hence, I am choosing between Petrie or Hale, Petrie has a better average but has been double/triple teamed recently, and Hale is #1 ruck with Bailey out and is playing against Zac Smith.

    Thumbs up Petrie
    Thumbs down Hale

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  14. Fyfe- OUT

    My options for replacement (final trade):
    ~ Griffin (WB) 109 against Freo last time. Freo have no side this week. However I think a few of you have been burnt by this guy (correct me if I’m wrong)
    ~ Bolton, capable of smashing out a huge score or zippo!
    ~ Was thinking Hodge but he’s out
    ~ Like ROK but most opponents have him
    ~ Carrazo and swapping him into my backline for Goddard for something totally different. Not keen to take that risk on GF weekend though.

    Any ideas, guys? thanks in advance.

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  15. Hawthorn’s carnage of outs has definitely thrown a spanner into the works. That’s why it’s always so handy to have a trade or two for the last round of the year, the round where many players traditionally get rested. Unfortunately I have none left and will just have to wing it.

    Will have to bench Hodge and then swap Goddard into the mids for Jacobs. That then allows me to field all four of the backline players I was deliberating on all week. Petrie moves forward to replace Fyfe and Zmith plays R2. Isaac Smith & Mzungu come in for Buddy & Cyril who join Hodge Pav & Fyfe on the sidelines. No donuts and three emergencies: Duigan (D), Callinan (M) and JTippet (R). All I have to say is thank FARK for DPP.

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  16. guys. thoughts on trading fyfe to chappy or any other forward.

    Or do I upgrade cross to anyone?

    mids are ablett, swan, pendles, mitchell, priddis, cross

    forwards at the moment
    goodes, okeefe, harvey, johnson, riewoldt, mzungu, smith. with fyfe on the bench.

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  17. Horror teams list for me:
    In – Nobody
    OUT – Buddy, Leon, Birchall, Lower, Fyfe (went Pav to Fyfe last week)
    I need some help. I will be one down in the forward line need to trade Buddy to:

    Harvey – UP
    Petrie – DOWN
    Gia/Gray/Hale/other – put in comments please

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  18. I need two of Mzungu, Smith and Prestia in my forward line.
    I am leaning towards Smith and Prestia

    Which two?

    Smith and Mzungu – Thumbs up
    Smith and Prestia – Thumbs down
    Mzungu and Prestia – comment

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  19. My final team of the year is now open for scrutiny and comment from the SC masses. Mate V Mate pride on the line so any advice is appreciated

    Goddard Gibbs, Delidio, Fisher, Bock, Broughton, Adcock E=Talia

    Pendlebury, Priddis, Ablett (vc), Boyd (c), Thompson, Selwood E=Krak

    Cox, Petrie

    Goodes, Johnson, N Roo, J Roo, Didak, Mzungu, Smith E=Lobbe.

    Not sure about my emergency choices for the mid and forwards. Any advice will go a long way.

    Good Luck to all SC’ers in their respective GF’s and my you smash your opponents handily.

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  20. Got my two trades sorted out. Making a big risk with my hodge replacement. Going to get Joel selwood. Even though it is going to be a low scoring night I think he will want a big game heading into finals. Plus I love the way he goes about it. I pretty much just need around 110 from him and i think he will get it for me.

    I’m also getting Harvey in for buddy.

    My team for the grand final vs rustee.

    Goddard Gibbs deledio fisher enright broughton suckling (birchall toy(e)
    wilkinson)

    Ablett swan pendles selwood dal santo (mzungu(e) callinan Jacobs)

    Cox mumford (keefe tippet)

    Goodes okeefe Harvey riewoldt riewoldt Petrie (tapscott rioli talia)

    Thoughts?

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  21. Got one trade left and Buddy, Rioli & C.Knights on forward bench means no coverage. Looking at trading Buddy which gives me 630,000 (any forward).
    Best options appear Cloke & Harvey who opponent has or Robbie Gray as POD. I reckon i should just sneak GF, therefore looking at: –
    Thumbs UP – Go Gray as POD
    Thumbs DOWN – Harvey

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  22. One trade
    Any fwd for Leon
    Of the possibles i already have Goodes, RO’K, NRoo, Petrie
    Current thoughts are:
    > Gray
    > Boomer
    > Chappy
    > Cloke
    > JRoo

    If i go Chappy that’s effectively a blocking strategy against my opponent in my main league GF. Happy to do that though as i think i’ve got him outpointed in other areas. The other’s would all create a point of difference.

    Being wooed by Gray’s huge score last week but he was shite up til then so maybe not.

    Boomer’s going to receive more attention (but also more midfield opportunities) with Zeibell, Wells and Greenwood all out.

    Cloke will have to combat the Geelong defence which worries me but he’s likely to go wooshka and kick 4.3

    JRoo’s been poor this year but was good against North earlier in the year and with 3 of North’s regular mids out he might be receiving some decent delivery this week.

    Hmmmm…..

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  23. Really sucks that this year’s grand final comes down to the strength of each guy’s bench in a lot of cases. The best people will no doubt have trades left and strong benches and will win because of it, but I would have much preferred to see everyone’s best teams on the park

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  24. On a side note, I am absolutely limping over the line. Paying for my wasteful early season trades. My forward line has 4 rookies this week – Smith, Mzungu, Matera and Talia – with Sylvia, Franklin and Cyril on the bench. Pathetic and I deserve to get smashed

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  25. my final trade for the year have gone Hodge –> A Swallow
    gives me a team like this for the GF

    Gibbs, Goddard, Enright, Suckling, Duffield, Hurn, Murphy

    Abblet (c), Boyd, Pendles, Priddis, Swallow, Dal Santo

    Cox, Lobbe

    Reiwoldt x 2, Stevie J, Krack, Goodes, smith, mzungu

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  26. Trades done. Franklin > Harvey. Birchall > Bock.
    Here’s the GF team. Any comments (especially on E choice) welcome.

    Goddard, Gibbs, Deledio, Bock, Fisher, Murphy, Puopolo (Broughton E)
    Swan, Pendlebury, Judd (VC), Ablett (C), Priddis, Boyd (I Smith E?)
    Cox, Hale (Tippet E?)
    Goodes, O’Keefe, Cloke, Johnson, NRoo, Harvey, Petrie, (Mzungu E)

    Probably won’t be back on the site unless I win the GF 🙂
    Even if I do win, its a pity there’s nobody around these days to brag to 😆

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  27. Ok guys poll time. Who to get for hodge.

    Thumbs up Joel selwood
    Thumbs down mitchel

    Comments for swallow, or any other options…

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  28. Ok, no sentiment for me. If selwood were versing anyone aside from tonight I’d get him in a heartbeat. Mitchell it is. Thanks for the help guys!

    My final team

    Goddard Gibbs deledio broughton enright fisher suckling

    Ablett swan pendles Mitchell priddis dal santo

    Cox mumford

    Harvey goodes okeefe chapman Petrie riewoldt riewoldt.

    BRING IT ON RUSTEE!! MAY THE BEST TEAM WIN!!

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  29. In four out of four grannies and as with alot of others i have been butchered having used my last trade last week. Sitting on the pine is birchall, lower, lewis (who i brought in last week), sylvia, rioli & fyfe. Have 1 x donut unless Nicholson is a late inclusion (doubtful)

    I have Hale on the ruck bench and am toying with the idea of swapping Petrie for him as a POD. Hale has been in consistent form, is playing GC but may attract the best defender (when forward) with Franklin & Rioli out. Petrie has been a bit down but has the potential for huge scores.

    Thumbs Up – keep Petrie
    Thumbs Down – risk it and go Hale

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  30. Going to cop 3 donuts in the forward line (thanks to Leon, Buddy and Cyril), but I have 2 players on the bench in the back. So, selection issues (who to bench?):

    Pederson (vs. Richmond) – UP
    Hurn (vs. Adelaide) – DOWN
    Broughton (vs. Western Bulldogs) – COMMENT

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