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sinclair39
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« on: December 20, 2011, 11:42:39 AM »

Latest Update (19/1/12)

Brendon Goddard, Brett Deledio, Heath Shaw, Greg Broughton, Marty Clarke, Matthew Buntine, Brandon Ellis
Steven Morris, Beau Wilkes

Gary Ablett jnr, Joel Selwood, Luke Hodge, Michael Barlow, Koby Stevens, Dylan Shiel
Dayne Zorko, Luke Brown

Shane Mumford, Aaron Sandilands
Jonathan Giles, Orren Stephenson

Lance Franklin, Nathan Fyfe, Dustin Martin, Steele Sidebottom, Jason Porplyzia, Ahmed Saad, Tommy Walsh
Adam Treloar, Sam Rowe
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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2011, 01:55:26 PM »

Haven't done enough research for the rookies, but i'll do my best for the rest.

Like the backs; however it seems a lot of money is spent there. Stats wise, Broughton and Adcock would be good picks, but watch their pre-season.
In the mids, similarly, watch Barlow and Rockliff's pre-season. In fact, i would say they're more riskier picks that Broughton and Adcock. Barlow, if you think about it, he was a rookie two seasons ago, although mature age, the injury set him down heaps. I almost feel sorry for him that i can't pick him myself. Rockliff has potential to be a star, but potential doesn't get you many places, when in SC, you want players who will get you points now when you need the points. I think you will want one more STAR premium in there, as you will be behind with only two players of that category there.
In the rucks, not 100% sure on West. Could be good, and is one of those people that you must have faith in him to pick him. I have a feeling that you may have to wait a long time to get proven value out of him, but i may be wrong.
In the forwards, youve done the similar thing to the mids. Two premiums, then two iffy players. Watch their pre-seasons is the only thing i can add, if you take in the points i made in the mids and backs, to Beams and Martin.


Luigi :)
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« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2011, 06:08:00 PM »

I'm the same as Luigi, i don't know a whole lot about the draftees.

On the remainder of your team, i quite like it.

Backs: Look rock solid. If Buntine and Ellis get game time you're set.

Mids: Look pretty good, minus myself not knowing much about Clay Smith & Luke Brown. Only think i'd adjust, and it's pretty much personal preference. I'd trade Rockcliff for a more senior/experience player like Marc Murphy, Luke Hodge, Joel Selwood etc...but as i said it's pretty much personal preference there.

Rucks: Like The Hamburger, great price and could be HUGE value. Trent West, not so sure. Should definitely play No.1 Ruck down at the Cattery with Ottens announcing his retirement. But i couldn't select him in my side. I'd try and free up some coin elsewhere and select Sandilands, Mumford or Goldstein. I use to try and spend less on my rucks, but it use to always backfire in me having to make multiple trades throughout the year due to poor form. So during the past couple of seasons i have gone with the best.

Fwds: Love Buddy, Fyfe and Dustin Martin. Bar any mishaps i'm pretty sure that trio will be in my team. Dayne Beams, in my opinion is overpriced. Was struggling to get games early last year, wouldn't want that to happen again with a price tag that hefty. At the moment i reckon David Zaharakis is better value for money. The Porpus is a must at that price. Jonathan Brown...hard to go past at that price...if he stays sounds he'll be a bargin...if not...then a trade will have to be used at some stage...always come with a risk does JB. Tommy Walsh...dunno...guess that final fwd spot will be a revolving door until just before final Rnd 1 lockout...

Overall pretty good team there sinclair39, looks good early doors.

Only changes i'd look at making would be to downgrade Adcock to someone in the <350K range e.g. Sam Reid, Daniel Connors, Brian Lake, Ryan Hargrave.

Swap Beams with say David Zaharakis, Mark LeCras, which then should enable to upgrade Trent West to someone like Sandilands.

Good Luck with you team bud. FYI i finished 3,578 overall in SC last year.
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« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2011, 09:08:22 PM »

Thanks for the replies have taken all of that into account, i have adcock and broughton because they work better with the byes instead of a fisher or birchall.

Here's my new side:

Brendon Goddard, Brett Deledio, Greg Broughton, Jed Adcock, Brian Lake, Steven Morris, Will Sierakowski
Nathan Blee, Beau Wilkes

Gary Ablett jnr, Dane Swan, Joel Selwood, Michael Barlow, Tom Mitchell, Dylan Shiel
Dayne Zorko, Luke Brown

Aaron Sandilands, Matthew Leuenberger
Jonathan Giles, Orren Stephenson

Lance Franklin, Nathan Fyfe, Dustin Martin, David Zaharakis, Jason Porplyzia, Stephen Clifton, Ahmed Saad
Tommy Walsh, Nick Heyne
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« Reply #4 on: January 19, 2012, 02:11:07 PM »

New Side:

Brendon Goddard, Brett Deledio, Heath Shaw, Greg Broughton, Marty Clarke, Matthew Buntine, Brandon Ellis
Steven Morris, Beau Wilkes

Gary Ablett jnr, Joel Selwood, Luke Hodge, Michael Barlow, Koby Stevens, Dylan Shiel
Dayne Zorko, Luke Brown

Shane Mumford, Aaron Sandilands
Jonathan Giles, Orren Stephenson

Lance Franklin, Nathan Fyfe, Dustin Martin, Steele Sidebottom, Jason Porplyzia, Ahmed Saad, Tommy Walsh
Adam Treloar, Sam Rowe
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