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« Reply #60 on: June 27, 2019, 11:00:24 AM »

D: Hurn, Lloyd, Williams, Laird, Blakely, Duursma (Logue, Naish)
M: Cripps, Neale, Macrae, Fyfe, Cunnington, Oliver, MCrouch, Dunkley (Bewley, Clarke, Hayden)
R: Grundy, Gawn (Bines)
F: Dangerfield, TKelly, Daniel, Marshall, Gray,  Heeney (J Cameron, Gardner)

Trading Young out as he’s useless to me. Don’t need him at all as I have premium cover, he isn’t playing anyway and if he does he’ll be lucky to get 50. Gardner can fill his spot using DPP and swinging him forward. He can be used to loophole my premo cover if the emergency scores well... so Gardner suits my team better by staying out of the WB team. Either Jeremy Cameron or Heeney can be loopholed for the rest of the year using Gardner.
Logue and Duursma can play D5-6 if one of Lloyd, Hurn, Laird, Williams or Blakely misses a game.
One of Logue and Duursma could be loopholed for the other in about half of the remaining weeks with Naish if he’s dropped from Richmond’s line up.

2 trades left- 1 has to be kept till the end or as close to the end in the event of Gawn or Grundy going down, unless I look at a fwd LTI becoming Lycett. My other trade will just be for the best available player to fill a premium LTI.

Schillaci’s season is up to injury gods now. No need for any more planning.
Hopefully on my way to 10 flags and a top k finish hahaha.
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« Reply #61 on: June 28, 2019, 06:00:04 PM »

If it makes you feel better I also traded out Young, have seen all 3 games & he's a VFL football at best, pretty sure you won't regret it.
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« Reply #62 on: June 28, 2019, 06:05:40 PM »

Yeah, cheers Bully. Don't think there will be any regrets.
D: Hurn, Lloyd, Williams, Laird, Blakely, Duursma (Logue, Naish)
M: Cripps, Neale, Macrae, Fyfe, Cunnington, Oliver, MCrouch, Dunkley (Bewley, Clarke, Hayden)
R: Grundy, Gawn (Bines)
F: Dangerfield, TKelly, Daniel, Marshall, Gray,  Heeney (J Cameron, Gardner)

Trading Young out as he’s useless to me. Don’t need him at all as I have premium cover, he isn’t playing anyway and if he does he’ll be lucky to get 50. Gardner can fill his spot using DPP and swinging him forward. He can be used to loophole my premo cover if the emergency scores well... so Gardner suits my team better by staying out of the WB team. Either Jeremy Cameron or Heeney can be loopholed for the rest of the year using Gardner.
Logue and Duursma can play D5-6 if one of Lloyd, Hurn, Laird, Williams or Blakely misses a game.
One of Logue and Duursma could be loopholed for the other in about half of the remaining weeks with Naish if he’s dropped from Richmond’s line up.

2 trades left- 1 has to be kept till the end or as close to the end in the event of Gawn or Grundy going down, unless I look at a fwd LTI becoming Lycett. My other trade will just be for the best available player to fill a premium LTI.

Schillaci’s season is up to injury gods now. No need for any more planning.
Hopefully on my way to 10 flags and a top k finish hahaha.

And it's done. Naish loophole in action already.
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« Reply #63 on: July 01, 2019, 07:09:11 PM »

Yeah, cheers Bully. Don't think there will be any regrets.
D: Hurn, Lloyd, Williams, Laird, Blakely, Duursma (Logue, Naish)
M: Cripps, Neale, Macrae, Fyfe, Cunnington, Oliver, MCrouch, Dunkley (Bewley, Clarke, Hayden)
R: Grundy, Gawn (Bines)
F: Dangerfield, TKelly, Daniel, Marshall, Gray,  Heeney (J Cameron, Gardner)

Trading Young out as he’s useless to me. Don’t need him at all as I have premium cover, he isn’t playing anyway and if he does he’ll be lucky to get 50. Gardner can fill his spot using DPP and swinging him forward. He can be used to loophole my premo cover if the emergency scores well... so Gardner suits my team better by staying out of the WB team. Either Jeremy Cameron or Heeney can be loopholed for the rest of the year using Gardner.
Logue and Duursma can play D5-6 if one of Lloyd, Hurn, Laird, Williams or Blakely misses a game.
One of Logue and Duursma could be loopholed for the other in about half of the remaining weeks with Naish if he’s dropped from Richmond’s line up.

2 trades left- 1 has to be kept till the end or as close to the end in the event of Gawn or Grundy going down, unless I look at a fwd LTI becoming Lycett. My other trade will just be for the best available player to fill a premium LTI.

Schillaci’s season is up to injury gods now. No need for any more planning.
Hopefully on my way to 10 flags and a top k finish hahaha.

And it's done. Naish loophole in action already.

Hmmm....worried about another possibility becoming reality.
Bench with Gawn, Cripps and Daniel won't look pretty.
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« Reply #64 on: July 17, 2019, 07:12:51 AM »

Hoping Daniel is back this week and to have a full defensive 6. I resisted the temptation to trade Duursma to Witherden last week. Cost me 89 points. Not so sure I can pass on him again this week if I'm staring at another doughnut. Touch of irony that my dud starting picks that I traded in R2 might both have made their way back to my finished team. We'll see.

D: Hurn, Lloyd, Williams, Laird, Blakely, Duursma (Logue, Naish)
M: Cripps, Neale, Macrae, Fyfe, Cunnington, Oliver, MCrouch, Dunkley (Bewley, Clarke, Hayden)
R: Grundy, Gawn (Bines)
F: Dangerfield, TKelly, Daniel, Marshall, Gray, Heeney (J Cameron, Gardner)

Trade History
ROUND 15
OUT Young ($139,200) IN Logue ($164,300) Scored a 67 and a 50 then dropped. Doughnuts R17. Need Logue back.
ROUND 14
OUT Steele ($464,200) IN Clarke ($147,700) Good trade. Allowed funds for Dunkley. Spud pick gone. Clarke providing cover atm.
OUT Corbett ($210,200) IN Hayden ($102,400) Excellent trade. Got Hayden for loophole/DPP. Making it work.
OUT Scott ($172,800) IN Dunkley ($596,800) Excellent trade. #4th best mid with DPP. Nice 202 in R17.
ROUND 13
OUT Hore ($418,300) IN Gray ($405,900) Excellent trade. Robbie as F7 has delivered whilst Caleb has been injured.
OUT Atkins ($329,000)IN Naish ($123,900) Ok. Cash grab to a defender I didn't think I needed
OUT Answerth ($237,000) IN Blakely ($455,700) Jury is still out. Averaging 80 over 5 weeks of ownership. Depends on R18-23.
ROUND 12
OUT Whitfield ($564,100) IN Cunnington ($565,000) Ok. This triple trade. Looks average at best.
OUT O'Brien ($397,900) IN Gardner ($102,400) Ok. With the benefit of hindsight there would be a better combo
OUT Hayes ($201,300) IN Cameron ($483,400) Ok. Players needed to go not so sure if the right ones came in.
ROUND 11
OUT Stack ($336,000) IN Bewley ($117,300) OKStack would have been good to keep/Bewley is providing nothing now/I have Hurn.
OUT Lockhart ($259,500) IN Hurn ($599,700) Good trade but Hurn's best games were pre R11 & missed an extra bye game.
ROUND 10
OUT Moore ($379,000) IN Heeney ($453,900) Good trade. Heeney's averaged 96 since then to now, played every game and DPP.
OUT Drew ($321,800) IN Young ($117,300) Drew needed to be traded. Went early on Young. No one else to get. Okay trade.
ROUND 9
OUT Walsh ($439,000) IN Fyfe ($597,000) Good trade. #6th best mid
OUT Parker ($254,100) IN Oliver ($568,000) Good trade. #10th best mid
ROUND 8
OUT Petruccelle ($274,500) IN Answerth ($117,300) Good trade. Cashed up rookie to another who made 120k in 5 weeks.
OUT Gibbons ($266,200) IN Corbett ($123,900)  Poor trade. Useless in byes and only made 87k. Should have got Larkey.
ROUND 7
OUT Collins ($311,600) IN Laird ($531,200) Good trade. Laird has been okay.
OUT Constable ($303,000) IN Hayes ($117,300) Ok trade. Hayes made only 80k. As part of a double trade I could get Laird.
ROUND 6
OUT Brayshaw ($521,800) IN Lockhart ($102,400) Excellent trade. Spud gone and allowed funds for Macrae and further cash gen.
OUT Clark ($240,900) IN Macrae ($654,300) Excellent trade. Cashed up rookie to gun mid.
ROUND 5
OUT Butters ($242,400) IN O'Brien ($136,800) Excellent trade. Cashed up rookie to ROB who sold for nearly 400k = winning.
OUT Setterfield ($193,600) IN Stack ($102,400) Great trade. Sold Stack later for 336k = winning.
ROUND 4
OUT Greene ($354,600) IN Marshall ($341,100) Excellent trade. Season defining trade. Dud pick to Gun pick.
ROUND 3
OUT Heeney ($529,200) IN Daniel ($418,500) Excellent trade. Still have Daniel. Besides R4&5 Heeney failed while Caleb delivered.
OUT Witherden ($455,000) IN Lloyd ($608,200) Excellent trade. Witherden was a spud pick. Lloyd#1 defender!
ROUND 2
OUT Balta ($123,900) IN Parker ($117,300) Happy enough. perhaps a wasted trade in the end. Parker sped up the process.
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