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Woppa15
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« on: February 10, 2019, 01:30:57 PM »

Hi all, there’s been some great discussions on the forum early in the pre season already, I’ve done plenty of diving through the ‘Players & Trades section and have come up with this as my initial starting team.

Def:
Ryan. Witherden. Mills. Williams. Williamson. Quaynor. (Hore. Rozee.)

Mid:
Macrae. Cripps. Neale. Dusty. Miles. Walsh. Hately. Bewley. (Bennell. Constable. Valente.)

Ruck:
Grundy. Goldy. (Fort.)

Fwd:
Danger. Heeney. Wingard. Setterfield. Burgess. Cavara. (Rankine. Cockatoo.)

Most rookies are place holders, I did pick a few top pricers to give me room to move and downgrade as the pre season and my team progresses. I feel a little exposed forward with Wingard @F3 and Setterfield @F4. Have I gone lite down back by leaving out the likes of Lloyd, Laird, Sicily, Simpson? Had Sicily last year and he was great (when he was on the park). Simmo is yet another year older and carries a heavy burden in that backline, particularly with Docherty out again.
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« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2019, 10:30:13 PM »

Hey Woppa,

Nice looking team, every line is solid.
And as you have stated backline is light.
I don't mind having Wingard at M3, especially when you have two guns in Danger and Heeney at F1 and F2 respectively.
Midfield and Rucks are completely fine.
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