Who’s In, Who’s Out – Round 6 Teams

Written by Motts on April 29 2010

And there are some MAJOR outs!

Friday April 30

Western Bulldogs v St Kilda
Etihad Stadium, 7.40pm

WESTERN BULLDOGS
B: Jarrod Harbrow, Brian Lake, Dale Morris
HB: Ryan Hargrave, Tom Williams, Lindsay Gilbee
C: Nathan Eagleton, Daniel Cross, Andrejs Everitt
HF: Robert Murphy, Mitch Hahn, Brad Johnson
F: Daniel Giansiracusa, Barry Hall, Jason Akermanis
Foll: Ben Hudson, Ryan Griffen, Adam Cooney
Int: Dylan Addison, Jarrad Grant, Shaun Higgins, Jordan Roughead
Emg: Matthew Boyd, Josh Hill, Easton Wood

In: Hargrave
Out: Brodie Moles (ankle)

ST KILDA
B: Jason Blake, Zac Dawson, Sam Gilbert

HB: Steven Baker, Sam Fisher, Brendon Goddard

C: Farren Ray, Nick Dal Santo, Raphael Clarke
HF: Andrew McQualter, James Gwilt, Adam Schneider
F: David Armitage, Justin Koschitzke, Stephen Milne
Foll: Michael Gardiner, Lenny Hayes, Leigh Montagna
Int: Jack Steven, Jarryn Geary, Clinton Jones, Steven King
Emg: Robert Eddy, Brett Peake, Ben McEvoy

In: Ray, Steven
Out: Brett Peake, Robert Eddy

Saturday May 1

North Melbourne v Melbourne
Etihad Stadium, 2.10pm

NORTH MELBOURNE
B: Michael Firrito, Scott Thompson, Brady Rawlings
HB: Nathan Grima, Lachlan Hansen, Sam Wright
C: Jack Ziebell, Ben Cunnington, Ryan Bastinac
HF: Aaron Edwards, Todd Goldstein, Brent Harvey
F: Daniel Wells, David Hale, Ben Warren
Foll: Hamish McIntosh, Andrew Swallow, Liam Anthony
Int: Lindsay Thomas, Leigh Adams, Levi Greenwood, Scott McMahon
Emg: Ben Ross, Josh Smith, Cruize Garlett

In: Wright
Out: Gavin Urquhart (knee)

MELBOURNE
B: James McDonald, Matthew Warnock, James Frawley
HB: Cameron Bruce, Colin Garland, Clint Bartram
C: Jack Trengove, Aaron Davey, Nathan Jones
HF: Brad Green, Ricky Petterd, Lynden Dunn
F: Colin Sylvia, Matthew Bate, Stefan Martin
Foll: Mark Jamar, Jack Grimes, Brent Moloney
Int: Joel Macdonald, Jordie McKenzie, Tom Scully, Jamie Bennell
Emg: Rohan Bail, Jared Rivers, Jake Spencer

No change

Adelaide v Port Adelaide
AAMI Stadium, 3.10pm

ADELAIDE
B: Graham Johncock, Ben Rutten, Michael Doughty
HB: Andrew McLeod, Nathan Bock, Simon Goodwin
C: Matthew Jaensch, Brent Reilly, Nathan van Berlo
HF: Jason Porplyzia, Brett Burton, Bernie Vince
F: Jared Petrenko, Kurt Tippett, Richard Douglas
Foll: Ivan Maric, Scott Thompson, Tyson Edwards
Int: Myke Cook, Phil Davis, Scott Stevens, Chris Schmidt
Emg: Jonathon Griffin, Taylor Walker, Jack Gunston

In: Bock, Jaensch, Stevens
Out: Patrick Dangerfield (hand), Chris Knights (foot), Ricky Henderson (hamstring)

New: Matthew Jaensch (Sturt/rookie list)

PORT ADELAIDE
B: Jacob Surjan, Alipate Carlile, Troy Chaplin
HB: Paul Stewart, Chad Cornes, Steven Salopek
C: Danyle Pearce, Domenic Cassisi, Jason Davenport
HF: Matt Thomas, Warren Tredrea, David Rodan
F: Robbie Gray, Brett Ebert, Justin Westhoff
Foll: Dean Brogan, Travis Boak, Kane Cornes
Int: Hamish Hartlett, Jay Schulz, Nathan Krakouer, Josh Carr
Emg: Cameron Hitchcock, Matthew Lobbe, Michael Pettigrew

In: Davenport, Krakouer
Out: Tom Logan (concussion), Matthew Lobbe

Essendon v Hawthorn
MCG, 7.10pm

ESSENDON
B: Heath Hocking, Dustin Fletcher, Ricky Dyson
HB: Jarrod Atkinson, Cale Hooker, Henry Slattery
C: Mark McVeigh, Jobe Watson, Brent Stanton
HF: Angus Monfries, Scott Gumbleton, Brent Prismall
F: Alwyn Davey, Michael Hurley, Sam Lonergan
Foll: Patrick Ryder, Andrew Welsh, Jason Winderlich
Int: Courtenay Dempsey, Nathan Lovett-Murray, David Zaharakis, David Hille
Emg: Kyle Hardingham, Ben Howlett, Tyson Slattery

In: Davey, Prismall, Atkinson, Lonergan
Out: Jake Melksham, Travis Colyer, Tayte Pears (arm), Kyle Reimers (hand)

HAWTHORN
B: Brent Guerra, Stephen Gilham, Thomas Murphy
HB: Ben Stratton, Ryan Schoenmakers, Grant Birchall
C: Jarrod Kayler-Thomson, Liam Shiels, Jordan Lewis
HF: Cyril Rioli, Lance Franklin, Chance Bateman
F: Michael Osborne, Jarryd Roughead, Campbell Brown
Foll: Brent Renouf, Luke Hodge, Brad Sewell
Int: Xavier Ellis, Rick Ladson, Brendan Whitecross, Clinton Young
Emg: Garry Moss, Beau Muston, Carl Peterson

In: Renouf
Out: Carl Peterson

Sydney Swans v Brisbane Lions
SCG, 7.10pm

SYDNEY
B: Rhyce Shaw, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Tadhg Kennelly
HB: Martin Mattner, Heath Grundy, Nick Malceski
C: Jarrad McVeigh, Brett Kirk, Lewis Jetta
HF: Ryan Oโ€™Keefe, Adam Goodes, Josh Kennedy
F: Mark Seaby, Daniel Bradshaw, Jarred Moore
Foll: Shane Mumford, Jude Bolton, Kieren Jack
Int: Daniel Hannebery, Ted Richards, Nick Smith, Jesse White
Emg: Ed Barlow, Gary Rohan, Pat Veszpremi

In: Richards
Out: Craig Bolton (achilles)

BRISBANE LIONS
B: Ashley McGrath, Matt Maguire, Josh Drummond
HB: Travis Johnstone, Joel Patfull, Andrew Raines
C: Daniel Rich, Simon Black, Justin Sherman
HF: Luke Power, Jonathan Brown, James Polkinghorne
F: Brent Staker, Brendan Fevola, Todd Banfield
Foll: Mitchell Clark, Jared Brennan, Michael Rischitelli
Int: Jack Redden, Matthew Leuenberger, Matt Austin, Amon Buchanan
Emg: Troy Selwood, James Hawksley, Tom Rockliff

In: Buchanan, Sherman, Austin, Power
Out: Daniel Merrett (hamstring), Albert Proud, James Hawksley, Tom Rockliff

Sunday May 2

Geelong Cats v Richmond
Skilled Stadium, 1.10pm

GEELONG
B: Darren Milburn, Tom Lonergan, Josh Hunt
HB: Corey Enright, Harry Taylor, Andrew Mackie
C: James Kelly, Cameron Ling, David Wojcinski
HF: Tom Hawkins, James Podsiadly, Paul Chapman
F: Steve Johnson, Cameron Mooney, Gary Ablett
Foll: Brad Ottens, Joel Selwood, Jimmy Bartel
Int (from): Mark Blake, Shannon Byrnes, Simon Hogan, Ryan Gamble, Allen Christensen, Mitchell Duncan, Travis Varcoe

In: Varcoe, Gamble, Christensen, Duncan
Out: Max Rooke (knee)

New: Allen Christensen (Geelong Falcons)

RICHMOND
B: Luke McGuane, Will Thursfield, Kelvin Moore
HB: Shane Tuck, Brett Deledio, Chris Newman
C: Shane Edwards, Daniel Jackson, Ben Cousins
HF: Ben Nason, Jack Riewoldt, Robin Nahas
F: Mitch Morton, Alex Rance, David Astbury
Foll: Tyrone Vickery, Dean Polo, Nathan Foley
Int (from): Troy Simmonds, Matt White, Jeromey Webberley, Mitch Farmer, Andrew Collins, Tom Hislop, Matthew Dea

In: Hislop, White, Morton, Jackson, Polo, Thursfield, Webberley
Out: Richard Tambling (leg), Trent Cotchin (leg), Troy Taylor (leg), Dustin Martin (soreness)

New: Jeromey Webberley (Clarence)

Carlton v Collingwood
MCG, 2.10pm

CARLTON
B: Ryan Houlihan, Michael Jamison, Aaron Joseph
HB: Paul Bower, Simon White, Jordan Russell
C: Bryce Gibbs, Chris Judd, Kade Simpson
HF: Brock McLean, Setanta O’hAilpin, Marc Murphy
F: Eddie Betts, Lachie Henderson, Chris Yarran
Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Heath Scotland, Andrew Carrazzo
Int (from): Dennis Armfield, Jeff Garlett, Shaun Grigg, Sam Jacobs, Kane Lucas, Mitch Robinson, Jarrad Waite

In: Waite, Bower, Grigg, Jacobs, Robinson
Out: Andrew Walker (collarbone), Robert Warnock

COLLINGWOOD
B: Heath Shaw, Ben Reid, Ben Johnson
HB: Harry O’Brien, Nick Maxwell, Sharrod Wellingham
C: Luke Ball, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
HF: Josh Fraser, Travis Cloke, Alan Didak
F: Dayne Beams, Paul Medhurst, Leon Davis
Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Dale Thomas
Int (from): Brent Macaffer, John McCarthy, Tarkyn Lockyer, Simon Buckley, Nathan Brown, Chris Dawes, Alan Toovey

In: Buckley, McCarthy, Lockyer
Out: –

New: Simon Buckley (Melbourne)

West Coast v Fremantle
Subiaco Oval, 4.40pm

WEST COAST
B: Shannon Hurn, Darren Glass, Brett Jones
HB: Scott Selwood, Will Schofield, Andrew Embley
C: Matt Rosa, Matt Priddis, Brad Ebert
HF: Ashton Hams, Josh Kennedy, Beau Waters
F: Nic Naitanui, Quinten Lynch, Mark LeCras
Foll: Dean Cox, Adam Selwood, Tom Swift
Int (from): Mitchell Brown, Chris Masten, Eric Mackenzie, Patrick McGinnity, Ben McKinley, Brad Sheppard, Lewis Stevenson

In: Lynch, McKinley, Mackenzie, Swift, Sheppard
Out: Matthew Spangher, Bradd Dalziell

New: Brad Sheppard (East Fremantle)

FREMANTLE
B: Alex Silvagni, Chris Tarrant, Ryan Crowley
HB: Greg Broughton, Luke McPharlin, Roger Hayden
C: Adam McPhee, David Mundy, Paul Hasleby
HF: Michael Johnson, Matthew Pavlich, Stephen Hill
F: Matt de Boer, Chris Mayne, Hayden Ballantyne
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Michael Barlow, Paul Duffield
Int (from): Nathan Fyfe, Rhys Palmer, Anthony Morabito, Byron Schammer, Dylan Roberton, Kepler Bradley, Zac Clarke

In: Schammer, Palmer, Roberton, Bradley, Clarke
Out: Clancee Pearce, Jay van Berlo

New: Dylan Roberton (Dandenong Stingrays)

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71 thoughts on “Who’s In, Who’s Out – Round 6 Teams”

  1. As I said during the week. I thought Rockliff & Peterson would struggle to get in this week. Just have to hope that J Brown, Pods & Fumbleton play
    Any word on how sore D Martin is?

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  2. 4 of my starting 22 are out mitchell, warnock, gram and martin i dont have any reserves for my rucks but i have reserves in the other postitions but it is still going to hurt my score i have only used 1 trade what should i do should i trade in a ruckmen or should i just cop the 0

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  3. NEED HELP!! 16 trades left suggesstions on which one to go for
    Chaplin in โ€“ Hooker out
    Duncan- Meds
    OR
    Grundy
    & Duncan
    OR
    Maguire
    & Sylvia
    OR
    Maguire
    & Houlihan
    OR
    Maguire
    & Grundy
    any other suggestions

    my DEF is J.Gram, Firrito, Taylor, Hooker, Waters, Malceski, Frawley (Silvagni, Nason)

    FWD- Meds, Betts, Higgs, Gian, Byrnes, Petterd, Rioli (Pods, Roberts)

    leaning towards Chaplin & Duncan

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  4. Yeah .. i’ve lost Martin, Dangerfield, Warnock, Rockliff and the potential to lose Vince and J Brown plus also PODs and Waite. AHHHHH!!!!!

    If teams are as selected i’ll have 22 on the field but with no coverage in fwds, ruck or mids.

    Made one trade to get Phil Davis in and will do another to get Judd in for Ball or Vince. I’d like to trade out Ball more of the two SC duds but can’t afford a 0 in my midfield if Vince doesn’t play.

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  5. motts or big sexy what do you think of Matthew Jaensch? i was watching his performance for Sturt in RND 2 he can kick it about 60 metres plays forward and mid has super awareness and evaisive skills

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  6. still not sure about the lecras or riolio to syliva trade this week what do you guys reckon worth the trade or leave lecras or rolio and hope they both pull their fingers out ?? i have 16 trades left and 285k in the bank comments please??

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  7. the VTC line up for this round will most likely look like this (by the way comments are appreciated)
    VTC
    Backs: H.Taylor J.Frawley T.Chaplin
    Half Backs: B.Waters N.Malceski M.Firrito A.Silvagni
    Centres: J.Watson L.Anthony D.Swan R.O’Keefe J.Selwood M.Barlow
    Half Forward: M.Jaensch D.Giansiracusa C.Rioli S.Byrnes
    Forward: R.Petterd S.Higgins E.Betts
    Ruck: A.Sandilans N.Naitanui
    EMER: B.Nason R.Bastinac J.Podsiadly
    Bench: J.Gram B.Moles R.Warnock D.Bass R.Roberts

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  8. Hey Motts (and everyone else),

    Looks like I may stuggle this week. My forward line looks as though it has taken a turn for the worst. Currently it stands with the following players:

    O’Keefe / Pavlich / Harvey / Higgins / Medhurst / Rioli / J.Pod
    (Emergencies: Rockliff / Dangerfield)

    Given the events of this week I am thinking of trading as follows:
    – Dangerfield for P.Davies
    – Upgrading either Rioli to Chapman or Medhurst to Didak or Goodes.
    – Naming P.Davies as my emergency, given Rockliff has been droped.

    What do you think? I also have no emergencies this week in my mid-field, as Martin has been dropped and Howlett has been named as an emergency only ~ looks like a grim week.

    See ya,
    Leesa.

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  9. Sylvia will BE at 62 (try Fan Footy site for stats) Trade him in if you believe he will be a keeper as Pot. Premium but be aware of his (and the D’s erratic scoring history)

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  10. Didn’t WANT to trade, but had to many passengers. Went for Pavlich, trading out Bob Murphy, and then downgraded Dangerfield to Davis.

    Means my Forwards are a lil light on this week, but with 250K+ in the bank, 13 trades still to go and a price rise for Davis/Pods on the way, Im happy. And I’ve got enough to knock off my league guys I reckon.

    Big question now: McVeigh or Bastinac on the Bench?

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  11. Guys,
    Any feedback appreciated.
    My midfield has Mitchell, Boyd and Martin all unavailable.
    I have 90k in bank
    Do i take a zero or do i trade Mitchell out for another premium
    Choices are Higgins, Pavlich, Gibbs or Goodes (looking for DPP’s)

    Thoughts please.

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  12. ive changed my mind with my trades for this week. I’m going to do Taylor Walker OUT Phil Davis IN, then Jack Ziebell OUT Adam Goodes IN.

    walker cant get a game, and ziebell isnt scoring enough for me.

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  13. D. Martin -> Higgins or Ziebell -> Harvey?

    No coverage on the bench for D. Martin this week, how I wish I had some DPPs at the mo’. ๐Ÿ™

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  14. Two trades this week:
    Gray for Davis. This left me with an unexpectedly high amount of cash, so instead of getting rid of Ball, which I had planned, I dumped Mitch Banner and brought in Pendlebury. I know, maybe a bit silly, because I wanted Judd, but left just a little short. Decided it was better to have Ball, as although, he’s losing money, he’s playing as opposed to Banner who isn’t. And with Martin out this week, wanted the extra security. Also thought that Pendles has dropped $60k, so a good time to pick him up just before his price rise.
    What does all this mean? I’m probably stuck with Ball for the whole season (just like last year it was Malceski – love to have him in the team this year!), and this will no doubt lead to me whingeing every bloody week on here about that bloody Luke Ball guy!

    Only reply if you agree it was all sound thinking.

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  15. Guys appreciate some help, have Sam Butler, Mitchell and Martin in the mids this week. Have to trade to avoid the dreaded donut. Thoughts are Mitchell for Ablett or Martin for a premium of some description such as Swan or Pav.

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  16. Help with midfield anyone?? Do I trade Callan Ward out (hasnโ€™t played)?Do I go for an in form Chapman, Goddard, OKeefe etc. or a D. Swan who has dropped 70K but potential to fire up? Or do I trade out a rookie like Ziebel who has gained then wait for Ward to come good?

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Who's In, Who's Out – Round 6 Teams

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And there are some MAJOR outs!

Friday April 30

Western Bulldogs v St Kilda
Etihad Stadium, 7.40pm

WESTERN BULLDOGS
B: Jarrod Harbrow, Brian Lake, Dale Morris
HB: Ryan Hargrave, Tom Williams, Lindsay Gilbee
C: Nathan Eagleton, Daniel Cross, Andrejs Everitt
HF: Robert Murphy, Mitch Hahn, Brad Johnson
F: Daniel Giansiracusa, Barry Hall, Jason Akermanis
Foll: Ben Hudson, Ryan Griffen, Adam Cooney
Int: Dylan Addison, Jarrad Grant, Shaun Higgins, Jordan Roughead
Emg: Matthew Boyd, Josh Hill, Easton Wood

In: Hargrave
Out: Brodie Moles (ankle)

ST KILDA
B: Jason Blake, Zac Dawson, Sam Gilbert

HB: Steven Baker, Sam Fisher, Brendon Goddard

C: Farren Ray, Nick Dal Santo, Raphael Clarke
HF: Andrew McQualter, James Gwilt, Adam Schneider
F: David Armitage, Justin Koschitzke, Stephen Milne
Foll: Michael Gardiner, Lenny Hayes, Leigh Montagna
Int: Jack Steven, Jarryn Geary, Clinton Jones, Steven King
Emg: Robert Eddy, Brett Peake, Ben McEvoy

In: Ray, Steven
Out: Brett Peake, Robert Eddy

Saturday May 1

North Melbourne v Melbourne
Etihad Stadium, 2.10pm

NORTH MELBOURNE
B: Michael Firrito, Scott Thompson, Brady Rawlings
HB: Nathan Grima, Lachlan Hansen, Sam Wright
C: Jack Ziebell, Ben Cunnington, Ryan Bastinac
HF: Aaron Edwards, Todd Goldstein, Brent Harvey
F: Daniel Wells, David Hale, Ben Warren
Foll: Hamish McIntosh, Andrew Swallow, Liam Anthony
Int: Lindsay Thomas, Leigh Adams, Levi Greenwood, Scott McMahon
Emg: Ben Ross, Josh Smith, Cruize Garlett

In: Wright
Out: Gavin Urquhart (knee)

MELBOURNE
B: James McDonald, Matthew Warnock, James Frawley
HB: Cameron Bruce, Colin Garland, Clint Bartram
C: Jack Trengove, Aaron Davey, Nathan Jones
HF: Brad Green, Ricky Petterd, Lynden Dunn
F: Colin Sylvia, Matthew Bate, Stefan Martin
Foll: Mark Jamar, Jack Grimes, Brent Moloney
Int: Joel Macdonald, Jordie McKenzie, Tom Scully, Jamie Bennell
Emg: Rohan Bail, Jared Rivers, Jake Spencer

No change

Adelaide v Port Adelaide
AAMI Stadium, 3.10pm

ADELAIDE
B: Graham Johncock, Ben Rutten, Michael Doughty
HB: Andrew McLeod, Nathan Bock, Simon Goodwin
C: Matthew Jaensch, Brent Reilly, Nathan van Berlo
HF: Jason Porplyzia, Brett Burton, Bernie Vince
F: Jared Petrenko, Kurt Tippett, Richard Douglas
Foll: Ivan Maric, Scott Thompson, Tyson Edwards
Int: Myke Cook, Phil Davis, Scott Stevens, Chris Schmidt
Emg: Jonathon Griffin, Taylor Walker, Jack Gunston

In: Bock, Jaensch, Stevens
Out: Patrick Dangerfield (hand), Chris Knights (foot), Ricky Henderson (hamstring)

New: Matthew Jaensch (Sturt/rookie list)

PORT ADELAIDE
B: Jacob Surjan, Alipate Carlile, Troy Chaplin
HB: Paul Stewart, Chad Cornes, Steven Salopek
C: Danyle Pearce, Domenic Cassisi, Jason Davenport
HF: Matt Thomas, Warren Tredrea, David Rodan
F: Robbie Gray, Brett Ebert, Justin Westhoff
Foll: Dean Brogan, Travis Boak, Kane Cornes
Int: Hamish Hartlett, Jay Schulz, Nathan Krakouer, Josh Carr
Emg: Cameron Hitchcock, Matthew Lobbe, Michael Pettigrew

In: Davenport, Krakouer
Out: Tom Logan (concussion), Matthew Lobbe

Essendon v Hawthorn
MCG, 7.10pm

ESSENDON
B: Heath Hocking, Dustin Fletcher, Ricky Dyson
HB: Jarrod Atkinson, Cale Hooker, Henry Slattery
C: Mark McVeigh, Jobe Watson, Brent Stanton
HF: Angus Monfries, Scott Gumbleton, Brent Prismall
F: Alwyn Davey, Michael Hurley, Sam Lonergan
Foll: Patrick Ryder, Andrew Welsh, Jason Winderlich
Int: Courtenay Dempsey, Nathan Lovett-Murray, David Zaharakis, David Hille
Emg: Kyle Hardingham, Ben Howlett, Tyson Slattery

In: Davey, Prismall, Atkinson, Lonergan
Out: Jake Melksham, Travis Colyer, Tayte Pears (arm), Kyle Reimers (hand)

HAWTHORN
B: Brent Guerra, Stephen Gilham, Thomas Murphy
HB: Ben Stratton, Ryan Schoenmakers, Grant Birchall
C: Jarrod Kayler-Thomson, Liam Shiels, Jordan Lewis
HF: Cyril Rioli, Lance Franklin, Chance Bateman
F: Michael Osborne, Jarryd Roughead, Campbell Brown
Foll: Brent Renouf, Luke Hodge, Brad Sewell
Int: Xavier Ellis, Rick Ladson, Brendan Whitecross, Clinton Young
Emg: Garry Moss, Beau Muston, Carl Peterson

In: Renouf
Out: Carl Peterson

Sydney Swans v Brisbane Lions
SCG, 7.10pm

SYDNEY
B: Rhyce Shaw, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Tadhg Kennelly
HB: Martin Mattner, Heath Grundy, Nick Malceski
C: Jarrad McVeigh, Brett Kirk, Lewis Jetta
HF: Ryan Oโ€™Keefe, Adam Goodes, Josh Kennedy
F: Mark Seaby, Daniel Bradshaw, Jarred Moore
Foll: Shane Mumford, Jude Bolton, Kieren Jack
Int: Daniel Hannebery, Ted Richards, Nick Smith, Jesse White
Emg: Ed Barlow, Gary Rohan, Pat Veszpremi

In: Richards
Out: Craig Bolton (achilles)

BRISBANE LIONS
B: Ashley McGrath, Matt Maguire, Josh Drummond
HB: Travis Johnstone, Joel Patfull, Andrew Raines
C: Daniel Rich, Simon Black, Justin Sherman
HF: Luke Power, Jonathan Brown, James Polkinghorne
F: Brent Staker, Brendan Fevola, Todd Banfield
Foll: Mitchell Clark, Jared Brennan, Michael Rischitelli
Int: Jack Redden, Matthew Leuenberger, Matt Austin, Amon Buchanan
Emg: Troy Selwood, James Hawksley, Tom Rockliff

In: Buchanan, Sherman, Austin, Power
Out: Daniel Merrett (hamstring), Albert Proud, James Hawksley, Tom Rockliff

Sunday May 2

Geelong Cats v Richmond
Skilled Stadium, 1.10pm

GEELONG
B: Darren Milburn, Tom Lonergan, Josh Hunt
HB: Corey Enright, Harry Taylor, Andrew Mackie
C: James Kelly, Cameron Ling, David Wojcinski
HF: Tom Hawkins, James Podsiadly, Paul Chapman
F: Steve Johnson, Cameron Mooney, Gary Ablett
Foll: Brad Ottens, Joel Selwood, Jimmy Bartel
Int (from): Mark Blake, Shannon Byrnes, Simon Hogan, Ryan Gamble, Allen Christensen, Mitchell Duncan, Travis Varcoe

In: Varcoe, Gamble, Christensen, Duncan
Out: Max Rooke (knee)

New: Allen Christensen (Geelong Falcons)

RICHMOND
B: Luke McGuane, Will Thursfield, Kelvin Moore
HB: Shane Tuck, Brett Deledio, Chris Newman
C: Shane Edwards, Daniel Jackson, Ben Cousins
HF: Ben Nason, Jack Riewoldt, Robin Nahas
F: Mitch Morton, Alex Rance, David Astbury
Foll: Tyrone Vickery, Dean Polo, Nathan Foley
Int (from): Troy Simmonds, Matt White, Jeromey Webberley, Mitch Farmer, Andrew Collins, Tom Hislop, Matthew Dea

In: Hislop, White, Morton, Jackson, Polo, Thursfield, Webberley
Out: Richard Tambling (leg), Trent Cotchin (leg), Troy Taylor (leg), Dustin Martin (soreness)

New: Jeromey Webberley (Clarence)

Carlton v Collingwood
MCG, 2.10pm

CARLTON
B: Ryan Houlihan, Michael Jamison, Aaron Joseph
HB: Paul Bower, Simon White, Jordan Russell
C: Bryce Gibbs, Chris Judd, Kade Simpson
HF: Brock McLean, Setanta O’hAilpin, Marc Murphy
F: Eddie Betts, Lachie Henderson, Chris Yarran
Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Heath Scotland, Andrew Carrazzo
Int (from): Dennis Armfield, Jeff Garlett, Shaun Grigg, Sam Jacobs, Kane Lucas, Mitch Robinson, Jarrad Waite

In: Waite, Bower, Grigg, Jacobs, Robinson
Out: Andrew Walker (collarbone), Robert Warnock

COLLINGWOOD
B: Heath Shaw, Ben Reid, Ben Johnson
HB: Harry O’Brien, Nick Maxwell, Sharrod Wellingham
C: Luke Ball, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
HF: Josh Fraser, Travis Cloke, Alan Didak
F: Dayne Beams, Paul Medhurst, Leon Davis
Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Dale Thomas
Int (from): Brent Macaffer, John McCarthy, Tarkyn Lockyer, Simon Buckley, Nathan Brown, Chris Dawes, Alan Toovey

In: Buckley, McCarthy, Lockyer
Out: –

New: Simon Buckley (Melbourne)

West Coast v Fremantle
Subiaco Oval, 4.40pm

WEST COAST
B: Shannon Hurn, Darren Glass, Brett Jones
HB: Scott Selwood, Will Schofield, Andrew Embley
C: Matt Rosa, Matt Priddis, Brad Ebert
HF: Ashton Hams, Josh Kennedy, Beau Waters
F: Nic Naitanui, Quinten Lynch, Mark LeCras
Foll: Dean Cox, Adam Selwood, Tom Swift
Int (from): Mitchell Brown, Chris Masten, Eric Mackenzie, Patrick McGinnity, Ben McKinley, Brad Sheppard, Lewis Stevenson

In: Lynch, McKinley, Mackenzie, Swift, Sheppard
Out: Matthew Spangher, Bradd Dalziell

New: Brad Sheppard (East Fremantle)

FREMANTLE
B: Alex Silvagni, Chris Tarrant, Ryan Crowley
HB: Greg Broughton, Luke McPharlin, Roger Hayden
C: Adam McPhee, David Mundy, Paul Hasleby
HF: Michael Johnson, Matthew Pavlich, Stephen Hill
F: Matt de Boer, Chris Mayne, Hayden Ballantyne
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Michael Barlow, Paul Duffield
Int (from): Nathan Fyfe, Rhys Palmer, Anthony Morabito, Byron Schammer, Dylan Roberton, Kepler Bradley, Zac Clarke

In: Schammer, Palmer, Roberton, Bradley, Clarke
Out: Clancee Pearce, Jay van Berlo

New: Dylan Roberton (Dandenong Stingrays)

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  1. As I said during the week. I thought Rockliff & Peterson would struggle to get in this week. Just have to hope that J Brown, Pods & Fumbleton play
    Any word on how sore D Martin is?

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  2. 4 of my starting 22 are out mitchell, warnock, gram and martin i dont have any reserves for my rucks but i have reserves in the other postitions but it is still going to hurt my score i have only used 1 trade what should i do should i trade in a ruckmen or should i just cop the 0

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      1. unless you’ve got a top line ruckman, they’re generally pretty useless anyway, just one of the risks you took taking Warnock as an on-field player.

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        1. what was wrong with Warnock? he was playing alright, his second efforts were great. Bad decision Ratten, now i got no ruckmen to rely on.

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  3. NEED HELP!! 16 trades left suggesstions on which one to go for
    Chaplin in โ€“ Hooker out
    Duncan- Meds
    OR
    Grundy
    & Duncan
    OR
    Maguire
    & Sylvia
    OR
    Maguire
    & Houlihan
    OR
    Maguire
    & Grundy
    any other suggestions

    my DEF is J.Gram, Firrito, Taylor, Hooker, Waters, Malceski, Frawley (Silvagni, Nason)

    FWD- Meds, Betts, Higgs, Gian, Byrnes, Petterd, Rioli (Pods, Roberts)

    leaning towards Chaplin & Duncan

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    1. why pick Duncan if he’s already gone up heaps as a cash cow, and is no certainty to play this week anyway… Wouldn’t someone like Phil Davis be a better go?? at rock bottom price

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        1. Both are sideways trades which over the season will probably earn you nothing. If you feel you have to trade try this. Look at downgrading a non performer to a rookie (Davis/Fyfe etc-
          preferably in Fwds as this is weaker with less bench coverage) and upgrading to a premium.
          I would not trade this week with this team as Silvagni probably only has this game before he is back on the rookie list and will be ripe for upgrade at just under 300K. Nason is also approaching his BE and JPOD is about 3/4 weeks away.
          The best advice is don’t sideways trade mid pricers that don’t reach your preseason expectations.

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  4. Yeah .. i’ve lost Martin, Dangerfield, Warnock, Rockliff and the potential to lose Vince and J Brown plus also PODs and Waite. AHHHHH!!!!!

    If teams are as selected i’ll have 22 on the field but with no coverage in fwds, ruck or mids.

    Made one trade to get Phil Davis in and will do another to get Judd in for Ball or Vince. I’d like to trade out Ball more of the two SC duds but can’t afford a 0 in my midfield if Vince doesn’t play.

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  5. motts or big sexy what do you think of Matthew Jaensch? i was watching his performance for Sturt in RND 2 he can kick it about 60 metres plays forward and mid has super awareness and evaisive skills

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  6. still not sure about the lecras or riolio to syliva trade this week what do you guys reckon worth the trade or leave lecras or rolio and hope they both pull their fingers out ?? i have 16 trades left and 285k in the bank comments please??

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    1. i’m sticking with Rioli but LeCras he gets most of his points from goals and it’s not like he will kick 5 every week and even if he does he still needs to find more of the ball then he does

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          1. Im in the same boat with le cras. Already done 6 trades but i cant handle anothr 40k drop on le cras. So its le Cras for Davis and Bastinac for Judd. Will have 12 trades left. Wont trade again for 5 weeks. I think!!!

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  7. the VTC line up for this round will most likely look like this (by the way comments are appreciated)
    VTC
    Backs: H.Taylor J.Frawley T.Chaplin
    Half Backs: B.Waters N.Malceski M.Firrito A.Silvagni
    Centres: J.Watson L.Anthony D.Swan R.O’Keefe J.Selwood M.Barlow
    Half Forward: M.Jaensch D.Giansiracusa C.Rioli S.Byrnes
    Forward: R.Petterd S.Higgins E.Betts
    Ruck: A.Sandilans N.Naitanui
    EMER: B.Nason R.Bastinac J.Podsiadly
    Bench: J.Gram B.Moles R.Warnock D.Bass R.Roberts

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    1. Put JPOD omto the field for the unknown M.Jaensch, JPOD is a proven scorer and has a weak team this week ( Sorry Iron ).

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          1. 4S I acknowledge Craigee is impressed by Jaensch however I must agree wholeheartedly with PA as JPOD is under the gun this week after the shaky effort against the Blues so will do everything to impress against Coburg to hold his place.

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          2. a lot of people have PODS 139,000 or so and the guy i’m VS and most of my league have him and a few could start him this week and if my opponent does then that’s bascially cancelling out his score but if i find someone who could outscore him (Jaensch) then i could get an advantage
            Plus Jaensch is in a struggling team while PODS has to compete with Byrnes, Chappie, Moons, Hawkins and Johnson

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          3. Take a chill pill 4s, as I said it’s your team, you might look like a genius or not, it’s your choice but don’t ask people for their opinion if you’ve already made your mind up.

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  8. Hey Motts (and everyone else),

    Looks like I may stuggle this week. My forward line looks as though it has taken a turn for the worst. Currently it stands with the following players:

    O’Keefe / Pavlich / Harvey / Higgins / Medhurst / Rioli / J.Pod
    (Emergencies: Rockliff / Dangerfield)

    Given the events of this week I am thinking of trading as follows:
    – Dangerfield for P.Davies
    – Upgrading either Rioli to Chapman or Medhurst to Didak or Goodes.
    – Naming P.Davies as my emergency, given Rockliff has been droped.

    What do you think? I also have no emergencies this week in my mid-field, as Martin has been dropped and Howlett has been named as an emergency only ~ looks like a grim week.

    See ya,
    Leesa.

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    1. I am presuming that you using the 1st trade to facilitate the 2nd. Take the Chapman option, he is a SC scorer and if you can afford it take Grundy as well, not Davis.

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    2. Good to see you back, Leesa. Tell me, did you beat Sir T last week?

      Brought Davis in myself this week and Dangers has to go so that one’s a no-brainer.

      The other one is a little harder but my advice is to go Rioli for Didak or Goodes. Chappie is fully priced right now and I still have concerns about his hammies.

      Good luck!

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  9. Sylvia will BE at 62 (try Fan Footy site for stats) Trade him in if you believe he will be a keeper as Pot. Premium but be aware of his (and the D’s erratic scoring history)

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          1. Staying well clear of that after my Timmy/Kenny faux pas got me into trouble last time. Funny how Motts is conveniently not playing at the mo – my sources suggest he is faking a social life!

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          2. Your sources were feeding you misinformation, Deano. With all the rubbish on the Footy Show these days I much prefer to record it and then happily speed my way through the ads (and there are a LOT of them) and anything to do with Fossil (except Street Talk).
            I actually hit the sack early so I could get into the gym by 5:30am.

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  10. Didn’t WANT to trade, but had to many passengers. Went for Pavlich, trading out Bob Murphy, and then downgraded Dangerfield to Davis.

    Means my Forwards are a lil light on this week, but with 250K+ in the bank, 13 trades still to go and a price rise for Davis/Pods on the way, Im happy. And I’ve got enough to knock off my league guys I reckon.

    Big question now: McVeigh or Bastinac on the Bench?

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  11. Guys,
    Any feedback appreciated.
    My midfield has Mitchell, Boyd and Martin all unavailable.
    I have 90k in bank
    Do i take a zero or do i trade Mitchell out for another premium
    Choices are Higgins, Pavlich, Gibbs or Goodes (looking for DPP’s)

    Thoughts please.

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    1. Those with Mitchell are looking at trading him out – I don’t have him and have earmarked bringing him in next week after he bottoms out. That is the vaguery of SC. Having said that, I would upgrade him to Gibbs if I were you as Boyd is consistent and Martin will not be ripe for upgrade for another two weeks after his ton.

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    1. Maguire not a rookie really, so I’d go with him. Silvagni has been pretty consistent I reckon, though if you need a DPP, Davis acts as a forward.

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  12. ive changed my mind with my trades for this week. I’m going to do Taylor Walker OUT Phil Davis IN, then Jack Ziebell OUT Adam Goodes IN.

    walker cant get a game, and ziebell isnt scoring enough for me.

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  13. D. Martin -> Higgins or Ziebell -> Harvey?

    No coverage on the bench for D. Martin this week, how I wish I had some DPPs at the mo’. ๐Ÿ™

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      1. Ah Motts you life saver, how did I not think of that? If the rumours about Gia are true, this’ll help my team majorly this week.

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    1. dont waste a trade getting rid of martin- im sure he will be back next week… trades are gold as Motts says…

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  14. Two trades this week:
    Gray for Davis. This left me with an unexpectedly high amount of cash, so instead of getting rid of Ball, which I had planned, I dumped Mitch Banner and brought in Pendlebury. I know, maybe a bit silly, because I wanted Judd, but left just a little short. Decided it was better to have Ball, as although, he’s losing money, he’s playing as opposed to Banner who isn’t. And with Martin out this week, wanted the extra security. Also thought that Pendles has dropped $60k, so a good time to pick him up just before his price rise.
    What does all this mean? I’m probably stuck with Ball for the whole season (just like last year it was Malceski – love to have him in the team this year!), and this will no doubt lead to me whingeing every bloody week on here about that bloody Luke Ball guy!

    Only reply if you agree it was all sound thinking.

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    1. good trade. i have ball as well, and he will come good. just think how good he would be if he could hit a few targets by foot!! to go along with his tackles and contested possies, he has potential, hence why i have him (btw im a pies man so i might be a bit biased) lol

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  15. Guys appreciate some help, have Sam Butler, Mitchell and Martin in the mids this week. Have to trade to avoid the dreaded donut. Thoughts are Mitchell for Ablett or Martin for a premium of some description such as Swan or Pav.

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    1. Martin will be back soonish. I think just giving the guy a rest. Martin still has plenty of upside, apparently only needs a 23 to break-even in his next match.
      However, Mitchell has great scoring potential which is what I guess you picked him for in the first place. Remember, just like shares, you only lose if you cash in.
      Tough call. I know nada about Sam Butler, so can’t comment.

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    2. if u can do mitchell to ablett with just one trade, then do it. Don’t waste two trades though….

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    3. Butler was a smoky I picked up who averaged 94 for the first 2 rounds before a broken cheek. should be back next week. Could be traded for a premium like swan or Pav etc

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  16. Help with midfield anyone?? Do I trade Callan Ward out (hasnโ€™t played)?Do I go for an in form Chapman, Goddard, OKeefe etc. or a D. Swan who has dropped 70K but potential to fire up? Or do I trade out a rookie like Ziebel who has gained then wait for Ward to come good?

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