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Bill Manspeaker
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« on: August 30, 2012, 11:55:55 PM »

Deledio, Goddard, Scotland, Birchall, H.Shaw, Waters, Carrazzo   (Spurr, Darley)

Ablett, Swan, Pendlebury, S.Thompson, J.Selwood, Dal Santo    (Gibson, Miles)

Naitanui, Giles   (Campbell, Stephenson)

Franklin, Beams, Sidebottom, Dangerfield, Martin, B.Harvey, Zorko   (McIntyre, Couch)

Deledio, Goddard, Scotland, Birchall, H.Shaw, Enright, Carrazzo   (S.Shaw, Browne)

Ablett, Swan, Pendlebury, Priddis, Mitchell, Dal Santo   (Gibson, A.Kennedy)

Cox, Maric   (Redden, Pattison)

Franklin, Sidebottom, Dangerfield, Roughead, Martin, Goodes, Zorko   (Adams, Couch)

Waters vs Enright
Thompson vs Priddis
Selwood vs Mitchell
NicNat vs Cox
Giles vs Maric
Beams vs Roughead
Harvey vs Goodes

that's how it sits at the moment. i have 2 trades and $104,600 remaining. i had a look at some trade options and the ones that stood out were


Giles -> Sandilands
Dal Santo -> Cotchin / Tuck / Watson / Redden

Sandi absolutely smashed it last week and he's up against Melbourne this week at subi, so he could tear them a new one. Dal is up against the Blues, which means there's a good chance he'll be up against the hot tag of Carrazzo. Cotchin or Tuck both have a good chance of going big this week against Port at the MCG.


Giles -> Maric
Martin/Harvey -> Tex Walker / Stevie J

Maric may have a day out against Port Adelaide, he played them earlier in the year and scored a nice 129, and after a 127 last week he could also be in for a big one. Walker smashed the Dees last week with a 154, and we all know Stevie J can go big.

so my question is which option should i go for? IMO i was looking more at option 1, but would really love to hear some of your thoughts. also, whichever option you choose, would you like to give me your opinions on which players would be the best choice?

thanks for reading and please help us out! got a handy $200 bucks riding on this

cheers :)
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« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2012, 12:11:26 AM »

well Rich vs Port & NM vs GWS means you should keep Martin & Harvey

so i'd go option 1 with Cotchin or Watson as Pies wont tag him
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« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2012, 12:18:45 AM »

good call on Martin and Harvey i reckon. Harvey smashed it last year in the grand final for me so it'd feel wrong to drop him this year (especially vs a first year team) and Martin found some form last week aswell.
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« Reply #3 on: August 31, 2012, 07:31:22 AM »

Option 1 looks the best.

Reddan v Dogs may be a POD though. Reddans last 3 131, 140 and 137,  Scored 127 against the dogs in Round 13.  has been in a career best form and would be favourite for Lions B & F.
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« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2012, 12:44:20 PM »

thanks fellas, a spanner has been thrown into the works though.

The AFL’s biggest player and highly influential stoppage and clearances expert is understood to be again suffering from horribly swollen and aching toes and faces missing the Demons clash to rest up ahead of next week’s cut-throat elimination final.
Sandilands, 29, could yet be named by Dockers coach Ross Lyon and his advisors ahead of the Demons clash in Perth on Saturday when Fremantle will have a clear picture of how much they need to win by to secure a spot in the bottom half of the final eight.

flower me this never gets an easier does it?

alright so i had a look at another option

Giles -> Jacobs
Dal Santo -> Watson / Tuck / Redden

Jacobs is up against Gold Coast this week, and should be good for at least 100+ i think? still not 100% sure on which mid to get, i'm spewin that Cotchin is out of reach now.

Ringo has a good point on Redden, that option does look tasty. last 3 avg. 136  last 5 avg. 120

after having a look at Tuck's year he has gone 150+ 5 times! could he do it again against port? last 3 avg. 122  last 5 avg. 124  

Watson is looking a little tired late in the year, but he might have a brownlow on the line here, so he could also go big. last 3 avg. 104 last 5 avg. 115

which would be the best option?

OR i could just stick with Sandi, probably end up sticking with Cotch, and just hope to hell that Sandi plays. very risky though

what to do fellas??
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