Trade Or Hold – Rd20

Written by Schwarzwalder on August 4 2017

Dan Hannebery made the jump to elite status in 2016 but has found the going tough this season.  After averaging 116pts between Rds3-10, Hanners has hit the ton just twice in his last eight games with a high score of 105.  Can you afford to carry him through the SC-Finals?


What to do with Dan Hannebery (SYD)?

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Jeremy Cameron averaged 96pts over the first fourteen Rounds of the season and was set to leap into the Top6 FWDs for the year.  Injury has set in with Cameron missing two games recently and now ruled out for the Rd20 clash with Melbourne.  In his last three appearances Cameron has averaged just 70pts.  Is it time to move him on?


What to do with Jeremy Cameron (GWS)?

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2 thoughts on “Trade Or Hold – Rd20”

  1. top of the afternoon lads.. down to my final 2 trades with 178k in cap space

    Jeremy Cameron Out – Jack Macrae In
    Josh P. Kennedy Out – Clayton Oliver In

    T/U pull that trigger
    T/D hold

    won’t be able to make those trades if I wait.. really do appreciate any input as always lads..


  2. Been stuck with Hanners all year, luckily I can usually have him off with the E but seems like I’ll have to have him play this week. No point trading really too many other issues or future issues. Same story with Treloar.

    Started with Hanners last year as well and couldn’t have been happier, he was Doch like with his consistency. Not sure if it’s the lack of alcohol he consumed for a while, the knee injury from the granny or a few other niggles but most weeks he is horrible to watch and can not score. At least Treloar gets plenty of touches and I can pretend in my mind he is scoring well. I usually wait a while before looking at his final score and coming back to reality.



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