high quality team (premiums are spot on) , not much to fault! Possibly too light up forward (even if you had roughy) but we will find out the good structures when rookies emerge! Definitely sit on that i think!
Quote from: fasttrack13 on December 21, 2016, 05:58:11 PMhigh quality team (premiums are spot on) , not much to fault! Possibly too light up forward (even if you had roughy) but we will find out the good structures when rookies emerge! Definitely sit on that i think!Although it's light on forwards I think that Macrae and Dahlhous are the only safe picks anyways. May as well go big in other lines where you know who the super premiums will be.
Tried out some different combinations forward/ defence and came up with this...rookie heavy in fwds though. 101k leftDEF: Montagna, Rance, Howe, McGrath, Keefe, Sharenberg (Berry, Ryan)MID: Dangerfield, Pendlebury, Rockliff, Bontempelli, Fyfe, Beams, Swallow, Gallucci (Powell Pepper, Myers, Freeman)RUC: Gawn, Goldstein (Strndica)FWD: Dahlhaus, Macrae, Ainsworth, Balic, C.Brown, Drew (Long, Eddy)
Structure looks good mate if those forward line rookies come to the party. Could post some big scores early on.
Just a thought when finalising rookies do not snooker yourself with no DPP. Learnt last year very handy when upgrading/downgrading rookies. With the structure plenty of rookies should be available those that you have not picked Bolton, McLuggage, Graham, Pickett and Bowes to name a few,
Very solid side, if the rookies in the forward line are as strong when R1 teams are announced as they look now, this structure could definitely pay off allowing a strong midfield like that.Safer options than Montagna imo but being a Saints man, I'm sure you'll keep him haha.