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2024 BYES
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Brisbane Broncos
Round 13, Round 16, Round 24

Canberra Raiders
Round 10, Round 14, Round 19

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Round 8, Round 15, Round 19

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Round 5, Round 16, Round 20

Dolphins
Round 3, Round 14, Round 18

Gold Coast Titans
Round 2, Round 13, Round 17

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Round 13, Round 17, Round 22

Melbourne Storm
Round 4, Round 13, Round 19

Newcastle Knights
Round 12, Round 16, Round 21

North Queensland Cowboys
Round 16, Round 19, Round 25

Parramatta Eels
Round 9, Round 16, Round 20

Penrith Panthers
Round 6, Round 16, Round 19

South Sydney Rabbitohs
Round 7, Round 13, Round 17

St. George Illawarra Dragons
Round 11, Round 16, Round 20

Sydney Roosters
Round 14, Round 19, Round 23

New Zealand Warriors
Round 13, Round 19, Round 27

Wests Tigers
Round 1, Round 13, Round 26


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Chemist Warehouse Casualty Ward
Brisbane Broncos
  • Adam Reynolds (foot, Round 1)
  • Jesse Arthars (ankle, Pre-Season Challenge)
  • Jordan Riki (shoulder, Round 1)
  • Payne Haas (hamstring, Round 1)
  • Fletcher Baker (groin, Round 1)
Canberra Raiders
  • Corey Horsburgh (suspended, early rounds of 2024)
  • Seb Kris (suspended, early rounds of 2024)
  • Corey Harawira-Naera (seizure/medical, indefinite)
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
  • Karl Oloapu (neck, indefinite)
  • Ryan Sutton (knee, Pre-Season Challenge)
  • Connor Tracey (leg, pre-season training)
Cronulla Sharks
Nil.

Dolphins
  • Anthony Milford (hamstring, Round 1)
  • Connelly Lemuelu (knee, Round 1)
  • Ray Stone (toe, Pre-Season Challenge)
Gold Coast Titans
  • Jojo Fifita (ankle, Round 1)
  • Erin Clark (shoulder, Round 1)
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
  • Matt Lodge (knee, TBC)
  • Christian Tuipulotu (knee, Round 1)
  • Josh Aloiai (shoulder, Round 1)
  • Karl Lawton (shoulder, Round 1)
Melbourne Storm
  • Ryan Papenhuyzen (ankle, Round 1)
  • Alec MacDonald (hamstring, Round 1)
Newcastle Knights
  • Kai Pearce-Paul (toe, pre-season training)
  • Krystian Mapapalangi (shoulder, pre-season training)
  • Phoenix Crossland (knee, Round 1)
North Queensland Cowboys
  • Tom Chester (knee, Pre-Season Challenge)
Parramatta Eels
  • Wiremu Greig (foot, pre-season training)
  • Makahesi Makatoa (pectoral, Round 1)
  • Clint Gutherson (knee, Round 1)
  • Junior Paulo (toe, Round 1)
  • Daejarn Asi (finger, Round 1)
  • Arthur Miller-Stephen (knee, 2025)
Penrith Panthers
Nil.

South Sydney Rabbitohs
  • Jack Wighton (suspended, early rounds of 2024)
St George Illawarra Dragons
  • Corey Allan (knee, 2025 season)
Sydney Roosters
  • Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (suspended, early rounds of 2024)
Warriors
  • Shaun Johnson (ankle, Round 1)
  • Demitric Sifakula (knee, indefinite)
Wests Tigers
  • Adam Doueihi (knee, indefinite)
 

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CHEAPIE WATCH
1 Kaeo Weekes (FLB/5-8 $273,400)

Jack Wighton’s five-eighth spot is open at the Raiders and Weekes is the favourite. Weekes showed flashes of brilliance at the Sea Eagles last season – including 68 in 27 minutes against the Knights – but comes in well-underpriced after averaging just 45 minutes per game.

2 Ethan Strange (5-8/CTW, $238,900)

The Canberra young gun looks a huge chance to win either the five-eighth spot of Jack Wighton (Rabbitohs) or centre spot of Jarrod Croker (retired). Scored a hat trick for NSW under-19s last year and was named player of the match.


3 Samuela Fainu (2RF $263,000)

While his younger brother (below) is creating plenty of buzz, the older Fainu put together a solid five games for the Sea Eagles last season mainly as an edge backrower. He starts in cheapie range due to limited minutes, but as Paul Crawley writes in his best 17 story, Samuela is such a talent that it wouldn’t surprise to see John Bateman shift to lock to accommodate him in the starting side, especially if Shawn Blore is forced out of the club.

A word of warning though, Fainu’s PPM of 0.6 is far from elite. Although he did spend some time at centre last year so coming up with a proper read is difficult.

4 Sua Faalogo (FLB/CTW, $339,000)

Ryan Papenhuyzen will score the round one fullback spot at the Storm if fit and is no doubt a SuperCoach bargain buy at $645,600, but definitely not a cheapie. However, Pap’s injury history is long and storied and if he misses the start of the season there is a youngster snapping at his heels.

Faalogo produced a brilliant debut in round 27 and went on to star in two Tests for Samoa. While he starts a fair way above bottom dollar, he still represents serious value given his billing as a generational player.

5&6 Fletcher Baker (FRF $320,000) and Xavier Willison (FRF $265,200)

The Broncos have lost some serious middle power in Thomas Flegler (Dolphins) and Keenan Palasia (Titans). Kurt Capewell (Warriors) has also left the club and while not a middle-man his exit could have a flow-on effect if Pat Carrigan moves wider. There are two potential winners here in young guns Fletcher Baker and Xavier Willison.

Baker is the more recognised after playing 45 NRL matches for the Roosters and therefore scores a starting spot in our best 17. He was limited to just 29 minutes at Bondi but could up that considerably as a starter, which will translate to a decent price rise given his handy PPM of 1.05.

Willison is a big man with a bright future – and a horrible history with injuries. If he can stay healthy he should challenge Baker for the extra minutes. His PPM of 1.53 is basically unheard of so hopefully he can keep up somewhere near that rate even with the increased workload.

7 Tallis Duncan (2RF $321,600)

The kid named after Gorden Tallis is one of the most talented young forwards in the NRL and made a serious mark in seven games last season. Yet he still starts in relative cheapie range after averaging just 29 minutes. His SuperCoach output in that limited time was phenomenal, scoring at an elite 1.21 PPM. Minutes remain the biggest problem given Souths’ stacked pack, but the departures of Jed Cartwright (Knights), Liam Knight (Bulldogs) and Hame Sele (Dragons) should at the very least create a regular bench spot. That’s probably not enough for big SuperCoach price rises, but he could be in for a big bump if a Rabbitohs’ starter goes down. Especially Cameron Murray, who Duncan has been compared to in style.

8 Jayden Brailey (HOK $330,000)

The Newcastle rake starts at borderline cheapie price after a season ruined by an ACL injury, the second of his career. We eagerly await news on how Brailey’s recovery is tracking but there’s huge potential there given he was a picture of consistency over his last three seasons prior to last year’s aberration, averaging 58, 59 and 58. That said, Phoenix Crossland was strong in Brailey’s absence last year and Brailey may therefore struggle for minutes early.

9 Latu Fainu (5/8 $204,300)

All the current talk at the Tigers is about Jarome Luai, but he doesn’t arrive until next season so former Manly young gun Fainu is being backed to play plenty of NRL in 2024. The exit of Luke Brooks (Sea Eagles) leaves a big gap at the Tigers and Latu is being backed by many to earn a spot in round one, although he must fight off more experienced recruits Aidan Sezer (Leeds Rhinos) and Jayden Sullivan (Dragons).

The 18-year-old is one of the sport’s most talented playmakers and it would not shock to see this teenager to become one of the elite NRL players of the next decade. Base price in SuperCoach given he is yet to debut.

10 Josh Feledy (CTW $238,900)

Another Tigers young gun predicted to start in round one. Feledy is yet another ex-Manly player and he thrived outside Latu Fainu when the two played SG Ball for the Sea Eagles. Handed his NRL debut in round 27 (against Manly — it’s all rather incestuous between the two clubs of late), Feledy did not look out of place despite his team getting pumped 54-12. The departure of Tommy Talau certainly creates opportunity.

11 Kade Dykes (FLB, $219,900)

The Cronulla excitement machine is capable of playing fullback, centre or in the halves, and his return from injury is going to keep the entire backline on their toes. Will Kennedy looks safest at fullback but Dykes could easily challenge for Siosifa Talakai’s starting centre spot. Braydon Trindall also needs a big start or he could come under pressure from Dykes.

12 Jack Bostock (CTW $314,500)

The Dolphins have recruited well in the centres with Herbie Farnworth and Jake Averillo. But wing spots are open and Bostock is favoured to score a role for round one. The former Dragon starts cheap after just four NRL appearances in 2023 but will push for a permanent spot in 2024. Great athleticism and his height (194cm) is a key advantage.
 

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13&14 Jesse McLean (CTW, $245,000) and Jack Cole (5/8, $204,300)

Stephen Crichton was the best centre in the game in 2023 but he’s off to the Bulldogs and therefore leaves a sizeable hole at the Panthers. While the likes of 2022 grand final winner Taylan May and former Canterbury prodigy Paul Alamoti are both options, they are not cheapies and we therefore turn our attention to the young guns (May is a great mid-ranger though). McLean is a super athlete who can play anywhere in the outside backs and made his debut last year. He has committed to a long term deal which shows the Panthers’ faith in him. Cole hails from Orange and is in the Matt Burton style given his versatility to play five-eighth or centre.

15 Kayal Iro CTW/FLB $219,900

Iro is hugely popular with SuperCoaches, currently the 15th most popular player and fourth most popular cheapie. The NSW Cup player of the year in 2022, Iro is another Cronulla outside back stuck behind the established quartet of Mulitalo, Talakai, Ramien and Katoa. An injury to Talakai or Ramien would make things interesting for Iro – as would shifting Talakai to the interchange (which has to be a possibility considering how he was exposed in defence at times in 2023). He is the son of Kevin Iro and nephew of Tony Iro.

16 Sam Stonestreet CTW $204,300

The Cronulla Sharks outside back is big, fast, agile and scored tries for fun in the NSW Cup in 2023 (13 tries from 16 games with the Newtown Jets). There’s a problem though – the Sharks have plenty of outside backs, so many in fact that Connor Tracey, who would slot into the starting line-up of plenty of NRL clubs, was squeezed out in the off-season.

17 Robert Derby CTW $238,900

The departure of Peta Hiku opens the door for a fresh face in the Cowboys backline in 2024, but unfortunately for SuperCoaches the frontrunner is Zac Laybutt and at $465K he’s no cheapie. But keep an eye on young PNG international Derby who will be putting plenty of pressure on Kyle Feldt and Semi Valemei for the right wing slot (for mine Murray Taulagi is safe on the left). Derby debuted in round 13 last year and he was impressive making 25 runs (14 over 8 metres) and busting a few tackles to finish with 42 points. He did miss four tackles though, and that’s not great as his path to a round one start hinges on showing coach Todd Payten that he’s the best defensive winger at the club.

18 Liam Henry FRF $238,900

The departure of Spencer Leniu means there are minutes available in the middle at the Panthers and Blayney-born big bopper Henry already has three NRL appearances to his name (one in 2022, two in 2023) as well as 47 NSW Cup games. In 2023 Henry played 21 times in the NSW Cup often playing 60+ minutes in the middle and averaging over 150 metres and 40 tackles per game. Barring injuries to the starters he won’t play big minutes in the NRL but the optimist in me is hoping that Henry follows the career path of his teammate Lindsay Smith who began 2023 priced at $236k with four games to his name and finished it 20 games later priced at $397K.

19 Gordon Chan Kum Tong HOK $238,900

There might not be a lot of Gordon Chan Kum Tong to look at, but the diminutive rake is all quality. He made 19 appearances in NSW Cup in 2023 (averaging 55MPG), cracked the NRL late in the season making appearances off the bench in round 26 and 27 and made his Test debut for Toa Samoa in the Pacific Championships. The progression is clear. That said, I’m not sure GCKT will crack the starting line-up early in 2024 – Manly’s starting hooker of 2023 Lachlan Croker is a fine player and is contracted through 2024 – but Manly will not be able to hold this talent back in the NSW Cup all year, and should injury befall Croker, then we’ve a cash cow on our hands.

20 Chanel Harris-Tavita HFB $238,900

Back in the game after taking a sabbatical in 2023, Harris-Tavita (CHT) starts 2024 very close to bottom dollar. But is he a bargain buy? In 2022, CHT played 17 games, the majority at five-eighth, with three starts at fullback and one game from the bench. From those 13 starts in the halves CHT averaged 30PPG which would be good enough for a price around $300K. But the Warriors of 2024 are a better outfit than the 2022 mob so lets add another 5PPG to that average for a ‘real’ value of around $350K. In short the price looks generous. But to paraphrase Darryl Kerrigan – ‘how’s the security’? It’s a worry. He’s a contender to start at five-eighth, but only a contender with Luke Metcalf and Te Maire Martin also strong options. CHT’s ability to cover halves, fullback and at a pinch centre makes him a great utility. But Dylan Walker is a good utility at #14 – will the Warriors carry two utilities? I think not. If starting in the halves I’m keen. If a utility I’m not.

21 Kyle Flanagan (5/8 $310,500)

A much maligned player but if he is picked is Flanagan of interest for SuperCoaches? The answer is no, with an asterisk. The asterisk is that Flanagan is priced at a 30PPG average due to playing seven games of limited interchange minutes in 2023. He’s worth a very good look if he’s playing either hooker or five-eighth and taking the kicks at goal.

22 Tom Duffy HFB $204,300

Duffy played for the Queensland under-19 Origin team in 2022 and made 20 appearances for the Blackhawks in the QCup in 2023 scoring three tries, setting up 10 more and slotting a rather impressive 70 goals at an even more impressive 82% success rate. Which is all rather fabulous BUT there are some roadblocks. Firstly, the Cowboys have an established halves pairing in Chad Townsend and Tom Dearden. Secondly, Jake Clifford has rejoined the club after a stint in the Super League meaning Duffy is no certainty to start should injury or Origin befall either of those above.

23 Tony Francis CTW $204,300

The Gold Coast have some quality outside backs but it would not shock to see QCup hat-trick hero Tony Francis break into the NRL in 2024. A dynamic runner, Francis starred on the wing in the QCup in 2023 scoring 21 tries from 22 games.

24 Tyler Moriarty HOK $204,300

The Roosters rake is a player I expect to feature in the NRL sooner rather than later. A NSW under-19s representative, Moriarty made nine appearances in the NSW Cup last year and has a very attacking SuperCoach friendly style of play. But he’s not a round one buy. Despite his obvious talent I have Moriarty third on the Roosters hooker depth chart right now (behind Brandon Smith and Sandon Smith then jostling with Zach Dockar-Clay and Connor Watson) and we want our cheapies to start so put this kid in your black book for now.
 
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Last year I think my favourite player to own was Tino, which is kinda funny as the week I traded him in he got sent to the sin bin and had one of his lowest scores of the season. But watching him barge over for a try in person was such a great feeling.

But with that said I won't be starting him this season. Payne is very tempting but think I might go with a couple of midpricers for now.
 
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This is my SC Team, modified with Hynes and Cleary in it.. love to hear opinion and thoughts with 37 days to go I am sure I will tinker a few guys here and there

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I like it alot. Canberra backline will be interesting to monitor over the pre season and going into the start of the comp. Egan is a bit of a POD too. Its a strong and quite well balanced team considering you have both Hynes and Cleary!
 
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This is my SC Team, modified with Hynes and Cleary in it.. love to hear opinion and thoughts with 37 days to go I am sure I will tinker a few guys here and there

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Garrick listed to play in the centre this year. I'm thinking he is overpriced.

Other than this looks good. See which Rooks put there hand up.
 
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I like it alot. Canberra backline will be interesting to monitor over the pre season and going into the start of the comp. Egan is a bit of a POD too. Its a strong and quite well balanced team considering you have both Hynes and Cleary!
Thanks for the feedback T43597 appreciate the comments... I am feeling happier with this Team then my very first draft (y)(y)
 
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Garrick listed to play in the centre this year. I'm thinking he is overpriced.

Other than this looks good. See which Rooks put there hand up.
Garrick always plays Centre forever.... only comes in as FB when Turbo gets injured... unfortunately too often has that happened in the past :confused::confused:
But on a brighter Note... he also is the Goal Kicker and not to shabby at that either ;);)
Thxs for your input though Vicwood.... Holmes is the other option... not to shabby either as a Goal Kicker
 
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I've gone with a pretty skewed team, bare minimum spent on forwards & will rely heavily on cheapies being named. Still loads of time to change things before final teams, would appreciate any feedback from you guys. View attachment 67074
Monster Halves 5/8 & Fb's.... I had Savage in my first draft too, but heard that Sticky has him out of favor... that should be an easy fix once TLT comes out...
Don't mind your Front row... on paper yes it has some guns or keepers missing... but it has promise written allover it really
BoL in 2024 Cheerio (y)(y)(y)(y)
 
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Monster Halves 5/8 & Fb's.... I had Savage in my first draft too, but heard that Sticky has him out of favor... that should be an easy fix once TLT comes out...
Don't mind your Front row... on paper yes it has some guns or keepers missing... but it has promise written allover it really
BoL in 2024 Cheerio (y)(y)(y)(y)
Might actually be better for SC if Chevvy gets the nod ahead of Savage, makes it an easy swap. Thanks for the feedback Gazza and best of luck to you too for the upcoming season :)
 
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