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this is quite insane ... knew he had a huge 4th quarter but did not figure out he had 0 pts in the third!! :eek:
I watched him and his scoring pretty closely given I own him and I think it was a bit of glitching with the SC scores.
During the 2nd half he wasn't getting any points for anything he did and clearly should have.
Then late in the 4th quarter got a heap of points for nothing which I'm putting down as CD correcting his score from earlier.
Have seen things like this before with other players.
 
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SuperCoach AFL 2024: Which players are in line for dual-position status in round 18?
There is one more review of SuperCoach positions this season. See exclusive time in position stats for all the DPP contenders here, including some big fantasy guns.
Tim Michell and Al Paton, News Sport Network
19 June 2024, 3:41:00 pm

More than 70 players have earned dual-position status in SuperCoach since round 1, and more changes are on the way.
Champion Data’s third mid-season position review will take place after round 17, with any new SuperCoach DPPs assigned for the final six rounds of the season – including SuperCoach finals.
AFL coaches experimenting with mid-season role changes have opened the door for updates that could have a big impact in SuperCoach.
Scroll down to see the latest exclusive time in position numbers for some of the big DPP contenders.

DPP CHANGES in 2024
The three DPP changes this year will take place:

  • After round 6, before round 7
  • After round 11, before round 12
  • After round 17, before round 18
NOTE: Positions cannot be removed once added and a player can only have a maximum of two positions. To be eligible for a second position, a player must play 35 per cent or more in a secondary position and feature in 50 per cent of games during the data period.
Chad Warner MID
Midfield
74%
Forward
26%

Now this would be big. Only Isaac Heeney, Sam Flanders and Dayne Zorko would have a better average than Warner if he became a FWD-MID. Warner’s centre bounce numbers have been down from about round 6, averaging 56 per cent in the past eight games. He attended only 48 per cent against Adelaide when he was tagged by Max Michalanney. A big watch in coming rounds with tags possible against GWS (Toby Bedford) and St Kilda (Marcus Windhager).
Harry Sheezel DEF
Defence
53%
Midfield
26%
Forward
22%

It might have taken Sheezel a couple of weeks to adjust to being taken out of his sweeping role in defence, but he is back to the SuperCoach scoring powerhouse we know and love with four straight scores of 117 or higher. A late-season DPP addition would be nice but isn’t likely given he is now splitting his time between the midfield and forward line. Could he be a MID/FWD in 2025?
Jason Horne-Francis MID
Midfield
70%
Forward
30%

The perennial DPP tease is at it again. After flirting with FWD-MID before round 7 and round 12, Horne-Francis has again hit 30 per cent FWD time. Connor Rozee’s return to the Port side had a bigger impact on Willem Drew and Ollie Wines’ midfield time, so don’t bank on the skipper having much influence on Horne-Francis becoming DPP. Most teams are close to finishing their forward lines but Horne-Francis would be a great addition for league finals if he became FWD-MID.
Toby Pink DEF
Defence
50%
Ruck
8%
Forward
42%

The Roos swingman (can we call him that now?) might end up being the only DPP addition before round 18. Pink was drafted to Arden St to shore up North Melbourne’s defence but has spent the past month playing in attack. His DEF-FWD swing will be valuable in the run home for coaches with Pink’s North Melbourne teammate Zac Fisher. Just make sure you have them at opposite ends of the field.
Lachie Sullivan MID
MID
68%
FWD
32%

Sullivan is spending enough time in the forward line to be a shot at MID/FWD in the next position review but his bigger issue is how much time he spends on the field at all – playing just 55 per cent of the Pies’ nailbiter against North Melbourne. With Jordan De Goey due back after Collingwood’s bye, the SSP success story faces a battle to survive in the team until round 18.
Steele Sidebottom MID
Midfield
72%
Defence
28%

Likely DPP could make Sidebottom an interesting candidate as an extra premo on the bench; he’s just $401k but has scored 102 and 125 in his past two games. A shift to half-back revived his season, but will it continue? He attended a season-high 33 per cent of centre bounces against the Kangaroos.
Jordan Dawson
Midfield
76%
Forward
24%

Ever since that fitness test at the MCG, Dawson has looked a shell of the player who averaged 132.6 from rounds 6-11. His drop-off is likely down to the foot issue he has been managing, rather than a change in his role in recent matches. During his golden stretch Dawson averaged only 56 per cent CBAs, predominantly starting on a wing and roaming the field. But more recently – due to injury and a midfield shake-up at the Crows – he has spent more time at half-forward and even deep in attack. Dawson has struggled to score like a premium midfielder in the past three weeks but would be very relevant as a FWD-MID.
Izak Rankine FWD
Midfield
31%
Forward
69%

Rankine was a 52 per cent of Adelaide’s centre bounces in his first game back from a hamstring injury, and the absence of Matt Crouch should mean more midfield opportunities for the potential matchwinner. He has three weeks to get from 31 per cent to 35 per cent midfield time – we think he’ll get there.
Zac Williams DEF
Defence
72%
Forward
28%

One of the most popular starting picks of 2024 is firming by the week for DPP after emerging as a key attacking weapon for Carlton. Williams has booted 10 goals in the past four weeks since being shifted into attack, where he has settled after a few shaky moments in defence in the first half of 2024. Williams’ ownership has dropped from about 64 per cent at the start of the season to under 15 per cent.
Jye Menzie FWD
Forward
69%
Midfield
14%
Defence
17%

The small forward was trialled in a new role in Essendon’s last outing against Carlton, collecting 20 disposals, nine marks and 92 SuperCoach points playing in defence. If he plays as a pure defender for the next three weeks he’ll push for DEF/FWD DPP, but that’s a bit if with Mason Redman’s impending return.
Connor Rozee MID
Midfield
77%
Forward
23%

The equation is a lot tougher for Rozee, especially after attending 61 per cent of centre bounces last weekend. The Port skipper is projected to be priced at $388k next week which is crazy value for a player who scored 152 against Essendon earlier this year. Hoping for DPP as well is getting greedy.
 
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SuperCoach AFL 2024 round 16 trade guide: Best rookies, value premiums
The byes are over and SuperCoach teams are almost at full premium. Here are some cut-price stars to help you get there and grab an edge over your rivals in the run home.
Al Paton
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June 24, 2024 - 10:44AM

Bye, bye, byes.

After seven rounds of best 18 scoring, incuding the past four, we can finally kiss goodbye to the byes for 2024.

Now we can lock and load for the final nine rounds of the SuperCoach season.

That figure could be alarming for many SuperCoaches after looking at their trade count (remember those crazy days when we had 40 to spend?), but by now most teams should be very close to being “finished”.

That is, 22 premiums on field and hopefully some back-up on the bench.

In a perfect world those premiums are the topscoring players in every position, but most teams have had to cut some corners along the way with some discounted stars.

If you’ve played it smart those cheaper options can match their top-priced rivals in the run home – well played Errol Gulden, Zac Fisher and Charlie Curnow owners.

Are there more diamonds in the rough? The answer is, we think so.

With no byes to worry about, you can pick whoever you like this week depending how much cash you have in the bank. We won’t bother telling you to target Zach Merrett or Isaac Heeney. Here are some names in much fewer teams who cost a bit less, can set your team apart and help take you to SuperCoach glory.

ROOKIES

After a bye-round rookie drought, we suddenly have plenty of bottom-priced players to pick from this week.
At this stage of the season the cash you make from a downgrade is more important than any money a new recruit will generate, but cheapies we pick now will most likely be on the bench for the rest of the season so it’s much better to find someone who will play – one week of bench cover could save a valuable trade.

Billy Dowling ($123,900 FWD/MID) and Nathan Kreuger ($123,900 FWD/RUC) are both on the bubble this week after playing their first two games before the round 15 bye. Both were popular picks in recent weeks but if you didn’t jump early, they are top of the shopping list this week.

Eagles forward Jack Hutchinson ($102,400 FWD) is also on the bubble, but after scores of 40 and 6 (after starting as the sub), he’s only an option if you’re desperate for the cheapest possible forward.

We have two more forward bubble boys in Nate Caddy ($166,800 FWD), who was a late in for the Bombers on Sunday and kicked two goals to finish with 46 points, and Demon Koltyn Tholstrup ($153,300 FWD), who looked lively scoring 70 points against the Kangaroos. An elevated price probably rules both out of consideration.

Arie Schoenmaker ($117,300 DEF) will be a close watch at St Kilda selection with Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera likely to return after missing a week due to personal reasons. Hopefully Schoenmaker can hold his spot after his impressive 83-point debut way back in round 14.
That leaves the round 15 debutants. Port Adelaide defender Logan Evans ($102,400 DEF) was the pick of the first-gamers with 68 points from 20 disposals and five marks. You would pick him ahead of Hugh Davies ($123,900 DEF), who played a full game for Fremantle on debut and scored 21 points.

Max Gruzewski ($123,900 FWD) scored 16 points in his first game for the Giants, mostly from his fairytale first AFL goal. Demon Kynan Brown ($102,400 FWD/MID) and Swan Caiden Cleary ($117,300 MID) both debuted as the sub and finished with 21 and 27 points, respectively. At least Brown has DPP.

VALUE PREMIUMS

CONNOR ROZEE $410,700 MID
After four tons in his first give games, including 152 points against Essendon in round 4, Rozee’s season went pear-shaped with a series of injuries and sub-affected games. The result was a massive price drop in SuperCoach, with the Port Adelaide skipper’s value falling from over $600k to close to $400k. Value watchers were waiting for a turnaround in form to pounce, and we may have got just that on Saturday. It was a disappointing day for the Power, but Rozee was one their best with 28 disposals, eight marks, seven tackles and 111 SuperCoach points. After losing another $8.2k this is as cheap as he’ll get (Break Even 52). He could be the perfect bargain M8, or M9 if you can afford a 23rd premium on your bench.

JY SIMPKIN $400,700 MID/FWD
Some coaches were smart/brave enough to jump on Simpkin after his first ton of the season, including the SCodfather, coach of Abs Magic – which moved into the top 100 overall rankings this week on the back of his Simpkin trade. So, we need to take notice. Simpkin made it two tons in as many weeks with a 114-point return against the Demons. He’s not getting huge centre bounce numbers – 40 per cent on Saturday night – but it’s enough to make him a serious bargain in the forward line, who can swing to the midfield if needed. Before the past two weeks Simpkin was averaging 58 in his first seven matches of 2024, but he has averaged 90-plus in a season three times over his career.

IZAK RANKINE $571,400 FWD
OK, we are stretching the definition of value here but Rankine is now bye-free if you have a spot to fill in your forward line. Many coaches had the Crows matchwinner in their sights weeks ago before a hamstring injury in the dying seconds of the round 10 loss to Collingwood put those plans on hold. His return game in round 14 netted 18 disposals, two goals and 96 SuperCoach points in just 72 per cent game time. Now he’s ready to continue his five-round average of 114 all the way to round 24.
 
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CHARLIE CURNOW $457,000 FWD
Curnow isn’t quite as cheap as last week but he’s still excellent value after a 118-point return from five goals against the Cats. We talked about the Blues’ favourable fixture in the run home last week and that starts with a clash against Richmond at the MCG on Sunday. The Coleman Medal leader also has match-ups against North Melbourne (round 19), West Coast (round 23) and St Kilda (round 24) to come. The Kangaroos and Eagles aren’t the same teams he beat up on last year, but he only needs a couple of big bags to push his average over three figures from here.

ELLIOT YEO $542,500 DEF/MID
Yeo was a mid-price risk that paid off in a huge way. Now we need to rethink how we look at the West Coast gun and think of him as a genuine top-six defender. He’s No.5 on averages – 107.9 – and his three-round average is 120 after another huge score against Essendon. Sure, he’s an injury risk, but it’s like we aren’t picking other players with questionable injury history – Jeremy McGovern and Jordan Ridley are two that come to mind. And that’s a great price for his scoring potential. Just make sure you have a trade up your sleeve in case disaster strikes.

JYE CALDWELL $476,300 MID/FWD
The former Giant has flown under the radar all season but could be a nice POD to finish your forward line. Currently selected by 4 per cent of teams, he doesn’t deliver many huge scores but will rarely let you down – since round 3 he has gone under 80 once with eight of his 12 scores 90 or above, including 115 points on Sunday in an epic duel with Elliot Yeo. A full-time inside midfield role would be the dream, but a mix of forward time and a ton of tackles – he’s ranked seventh in the AFL in that stat – means he is always around scoring opportunities.

JAYDEN SHORT $408,900 DEF
We’ve fallen for this trap before ... but we’ve also seen Short average 96 points or more in a season four times. The key the right role, as the designated kicker in the Tigers’ back half. That has been missing for much of the season, but it returned in the two rounds before the bye – when Short took nine kick-ins and played on from all of them – and delivered SuperCoach scores of 103 and 116. If you’re light on cash and need a fallen premium who could come home strong, Short could be your man.

ED RICHARDS $540,300 DEF/MID
Halfway through the second quarter against Sydney in round 11 Richards looked like a must-have. He had 77 SuperCoach points at that stage before suffering an unlucky concussion that stopped him in his tracks after scores of 163 and 118 since being transformed into a permanent midfielder by Luke Beveridge. By the time he returned in round 14 Tom Liberatore was also back in the team, knocking Richards’ centre bounce percentage down to 49 per cent (from 93 and 88 per cent with Libba out). However, he still scored 115 against the Dockers.

TOBY BEDFORD $297,900 FWD
As a small forward, Bedford had little interest for SuperCoaches. Now he is in the front of our thoughts as the Giants’ new midfield tagging weapon. That has been bad news for Zak Butters and Chad Warner in the past two weeks, but it also means Bedford is around the ball a lot, and he uses it well when he gets it. That has delivered SuperCoach scores of 88 and 86 and a Break Even of -1 ahead of a clash against the Crows where he could be keeping Jordan Dawson company. If you have the cash lying around he offers much better scoring potential and job security than all the rookies listed above.

LIAM RYAN $287,200 FWD
This is one for the thrillseekers. Ryan surprisingly lined up next to Zach Merrett at the first centre bounce at Marvel Stadium on Sunday, and his first touch didn’t quite go to plan when he sprinted 20m in the wrong direction. But he soon got the hang of playing on the ball, with a nice mix of forward time thrown in. A final stat line of 19 disposals, six clearances, seven inside-50s and 87 points is tantalising – and much more than we are likely to get from most of the players currently occupying our forward benches. At least we know he won’t be the sub.
 
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Adelaide injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Matt Crouch Shoulder 2025
Elliot Himmelberg Cheekbone Test
Wayne Milera Knee 2025
Patrick Parnell Shoulder 2025
Brodie Smith Knee Test
Riley Thilthorpe Knee 1-3 weeks
Taylor Walker Back Test
Josh Worrell Arm 5-7 weeks
Walker is likely to return after missing the last two matches
Updated: June 19
Brisbane injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Noah Answerth Shoulder 4-6 weeks
Will Ashcroft Knee 1 week
Keidean Coleman ACL 2025
Tom Doedee Knee 2025
Darcy Gardiner Knee 2025
Kai Lohmann Quad TBC
Lincoln McCarthy Knee 2025
Carter Michael Knee 1 week
Lohmann was substituted at three-quarter time against the Power after suffering a quad injury
Ashcroft will return next week in either VFL or AFL
Updated: June 22
Carlton injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Matt Carroll Groin 1-2 weeks
Adam Cerra Hamstring 1 week
Matt Cottrell Foot 2-3 weeks
David Cuningham Calf Test
Sam Docherty ACL 2025
Jack Martin Calf 1-2 weeks
Hudson O'Keefe Hamstring 3-5 weeks
Marc Pittonet Finger Test
Jack Silvagni Knee 2025
No fresh injuries from the Geelong game.
Updated: June 24
Collingwood injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Aiden Begg Knee 2025
Josh Carmichael Concussion TBC
Mason Cox Leg/concussion 3-5 weeks
Jordan De Goey Abdomen 1 week
Jamie Elliott Vascular 4-6 weeks
Ned Long Calf 1 week
Daniel McStay Knee TBC
Brody Mihocek Hamstring 1 week
Tom Mitchell Foot 4-6 weeks
Scott Pendlebury Bicep 1-2 weeks
Joe Richards Foot 1-2 weeks
Oscar Steene Toe 4-6 weeks
After their bye this weekend, Collingwood should get De Goey and Mihocek back
Updated: June 19
Essendon injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Kaine Baldwin Foot 3-6 weeks
Sam Draper Knee Test
Xavier Duursma Quad Test
Saad El-Hawli Ankle 6-7 weeks
Ben Hobbs Calf Test
Jaiden Hunter Knee 2025
Darcy Parish Calf 4 weeks
Mason Redman Hamstring Test
Zach Reid Pectoral TBC
Will Setterfield Knee Test
Sam Weideman Suspension Round 18
No reported injuries from West Coast game
Updated: June 24
Fremantle injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Heath Chapman Hamstring Test
Josh Corbett Hip 2025
Brennan Cox Hamstring Test
Odin Jones Illness Test
Sebit Kuek Knee 2025
Oscar McDonald Knee 8-10 weeks
Nathan O'Driscoll Knee 4-5 weeks
Alex Pearce Arm TBC
Michael Walters Hamstring 3-4 weeks
Pearce was subbed out with an arm injury
Updated: June 24
Geelong injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Cam Guthrie Achilles 2 weeks
Tom Hawkins Foot TBC
Oli Wiltshire Pelvis 2-4 weeks
Hawkins suffered a potentially serious foot injury against the Blues, also there is hope he can return before season's end.
Updated: June 23
Gold Coast Suns injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Ben King Knee Test
Lachie Weller Knee 4 weeks
No reported injuries out of Fremantle match
Updated: June 24
GWS Giants injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Stephen Coniglio Shoulder Test
Josh Fahey Foot 12-16 weeks
Cooper Hamilton Ankle 3-4 weeks
Nick Haynes Hamstring 3-4 weeks
Darcy Jones Hamstring Test
Adam Kennedy Hamstring Test
James Leake Quad Test
Nick Madden Ankle 5-7 weeks
Harry Perryman Hamstring 1 week
Braydon Preuss Hamstring Indefinite
No fresh injuries out of Swans match
Updated: June 24
Hawthorn injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
James Blanck ACL 2025
Sam Butler Broken leg 2025
Bailey Macdonald Hip Test
Will McCabe Back Test
Ned Reeves Back Test
Jack O'Sullivan Hamstring Test
Ethan Phillips Knee Test
Cooper Stephens Achilles Test
Chad Wingard Calf Test
Lewis returned through VFL and could be available for seniors after bye
Updated: June 19
Melbourne injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Marty Hore Calf 2 weeks
Lachie Hunter Calf 1-2 weeks
Jake Lever Knee 1-2 weeks
Jake Melksham Knee 2-3 weeks
Christian Petracca Ribs/Lung/Spleen 2025
Josh Schache Foot 1 week
Joel Smith Misconduct Indefinite
Charlie Spargo Achilles TBC
No fresh injuries out of North match
Updated: June 24
North Melbourne injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Callum Coleman-Jones Achilles 2025
Kallan Dawson Suspension Round 16
Wil Dawson Shoulder 4-5 weeks
Blake Drury Knee 3-5 weeks
Brayden George Knee 2025
Josh Goater Achilles 2025
Bigoa Nyuon Hip Test
Jy Simpkin Hamstring Test
No fresh injuries out of North match
Updated: June 24
Port Adelaide injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Lachie Charleson Knee 1-2 weeks
Charlie Dixon Suspension Round 18
Hugh Jackson Hip Test
Sam Powell-Pepper Knee 2025
Willie Rioli Calf TBC
Josh Sinn Collarbone 2 weeks
Jordon Sweet Concussion TBC
Rioli was a late withdrawal against the Lions, while Sweet suffered a head injury during the clash
Updated: June 22
Richmond injury list
2025

Name Injury Estimated Return
Shai Bolton Corked leg TBC
Judson Clarke ACL 2025
Mate Colina Back TBC
Liam Fawcett Back TBC
Josh Gibcus ACL
Jack Graham Hamstring TBC
Dylan Grimes Back TBC
Jacob Hopper Hamstring 1 week
Mykelti Lefau ACL 2025
Sam Naismith ACL 2025
Dion Prestia Calf Test
Marlion Pickett Calf 1-2 weeks
Maurice Rioli Ankle 2-4 weeks
Jack Ross Foot 6-8 weeks
Tylar Young ACL 2025
Tigers have the bye this week
Updated: June 19
St Kilda injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Brad Crouch Knee TBC
Paddy Dow Ankle 3-4 weeks
Jack Hayes Knee 3-4 weeks
Dougal Howard Hamstring 3 weeks
Isaac Keeler Knee Test
Liam Stocker Abdomen Test
James Van Es Ankle Season
Jimmy Webster Calf Test
Saints have the bye this week
Updated: June 19
Sydney injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Harry Arnold Back 3-4 weeks
Jack Buller Back 2025
Callum Mills Shoulder/calf 1-2 weeks
Luke Parker Suspension Round 18
Sam Reid Foot 1-3 weeks
Angus Sheldrick Ankle 6 weeks
No fresh injuries out of GWS match
Updated: June 24
West Coast injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Oscar Allen Knee Test
Rhett Bazzo Groin 3-4 weeks
Liam Duggan Concussion Test
Elijah Hewett Foot 3-5 weeks
Jayden Hunt Toe Test
Tim Kelly Hip Test
Noah Long Knee 2025
Harley Reid Suspension Round 16
No reported injuries from Essendon game
Updated: June 24
Western Bulldogs injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Luke Cleary Concussion Test
Nick Coffield Shoulder Test
Jordan Croft Concussion Test
Ryan Gardner Wrist 10-12 weeks
James Harmes Hamstring Test
Jason Johannisen Hamstring 2-3 weeks
Alex Keath Hamstring 4-6 weeks
Aaron Naughton Knee Test
Bailey Smith Knee 2025
Updated: June 19
 
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SuperCoach AFL 2024: Which players are in line for dual-position status in round 18?
The final round of SuperCoach position changes for 2024 is just two weeks away. See exclusive time in position stats for all the DPP contenders here.

Tim Michell and Al Paton

4 min read
June 26, 2024 - 8:26AM

More than 70 players have earned dual-position status in SuperCoach since round 1, and more changes are on the way.
Champion Data’s third mid-season position review will take place after round 17, with any new SuperCoach DPPs assigned for the final six rounds of the season – including SuperCoach finals.

Scroll down to see the latest exclusive time in position numbers for some of the big DPP contenders.

Jason Horne-Francis MID
Midfield 70% Forward 30%

If you feel like Horne-Francis has been stuck at 30 per cent for about a month, you’re not alone. The former No.1 pick just isn’t spending enough time forward to increase his percentage. Albeit, he’s not completely out of the frame for DPP if Ken Hinkley chooses to shake up his midfield mix after being annihilated by Brisbane.

Chad Warner MID
Midfield 76% Forward 24%

The Swans star and Brownlow contender would need to play almost exclusively as a forward in the next two weeks to give DPP a nudge. Most likely, we’ll have to hope can be chosen as a FWD next season.

Harry Sheezel DEF
Defence 52% Midfield 25% Forward 23%

Sheezel peeled off his fifth-straight score of 117 or more against the Demons, and has now added goalkicking to his arsenal, booting five in his past three matches. If three-position players were possible he could be a triple-position SuperCoach star, but unfortunately he’ll be a defender only for the rest of the season as neither his mid or forward time will get past 35 per cent, at least before round 17. What a gun, though.

Jordan Dawson
Midfield 76% Forward 24%

It was a nice thought, but this isn’t happening. The Crows needed to play in round 15 for Dawson to be able to spend enough time in attack to be DPP eligible in a few weeks. Maybe he’ll be a FWD in 2025, though, as Matthew Nicks looks to get players such as Izak Rankine more midfield time in the run home.

Liam Ryan FWD
Defence 6% Midfield 76% Forward24%

Now we have a certain DPP, and one we didn’t see coming early in the season. Ryan is listed as a FWD only in SuperCoach but he has spent more time in the midfield and even some in the backline this season. Sunday’s game against Essendon was his best in the new role, attending 15 centre bounces – third-most for the Eagles – and scoring 87 SuperCoach points.

Connor Rozee MID
Midfield 76% Forward 24%

Rozee is one of the most traded-in players ahead of round 16 and there are lots of good reasons to grab the Power skipper at the bargain price of $410k. But looming DPP isn’t one of them. His forward time crept up slightly in round 15 but not by enough to threaten the Champion Data boffins.

Toby Pink DEF
Defence 47% Ruck 8% Forward 45%

The former Swan turned North swingman is a test this week after being subbed off with a rolled ankle last weekend. Regardless, he’s locked in to be one of the DPP additions come round 18. After being picked up to provide defensive cover Pink has played predominantly as a forward in the past few months. His DEF-FWD swing will be handy and allow owners to use Zac Fisher at either end.

Izak Rankine FWD
Midfield 31% Forward 69%

Rankine sat out last weekend, so his percentages remain unchanged from a week ago, but more midfield time in the next two rounds should earn him DPP status. He’ll be selected in the forward line in most SuperCoach teams – alongside DPPs like Isaac Heeney, Sam Flanders and Dayne Zorko – but any extra flexibility is welcome especially as trades dwindle. Just make sure you’ve got a MID/FWD like Billy Dowling or Kynan Brown on your midfield bench.

Zac Williams DEF
Defence 66% Forward 34%

Williams went goalless for the first time in five weeks against Geelong but another full game in the forward line has him on the brink of the 35 per cent threshold to earn DPP after round 17. He should lock it in against Richmond on Sunday.

Lachie Sullivan MID
MID 68% FWD 32%

Sullivan is on track to become a MID/FWD but it will be relevant to a lot fewer SuperCoaches than it was a few weeks ago – his ownership has almost halved from a season-high 75,000 in round 12 as coaches complete their teams post-byes. The more urgent issue for Sullivan is retaining his spot in the Magpies’ team with the likely return this week of Jordan De Goey.

Steele Sidebottom MID
Midfield 72% Defence 28%

SuperCoaches looking at the likes of Jy Simpkin as a 23rd premium could consider Sidebottom, who is priced at $401k and scored 102 and 125 in his two games before Collingwood’s bye. Certain DPP would make him more attractive, but it’s touch and go for the Magpies veteran, who has been successfully trialled in a new role across half-back.

Trent Rivers DEF
Defence 91% Midfield 9%

After playing as a defender in the first 14 rounds Rivers was thrown into the midfield by Simon Goodwin against North Melbourne, attending 80 per cent of centre bounces – and scoring 131 SuperCoach points. Even spending 100 per cent of game time as a midfielder the next two rounds won’t get him to 35 per cent by round 17, though. Maybe one to consider for 2025?

Toby Bedford FWD
Midfield 19% Forward 81%

Bedford is closer than Rivers, but he’s still left his run too late for a DPP addition in 2024. He’s putting up impressive SuperCoach numbers – 88 and 86 in the past two rounds – since moving to the middle as Adam Kingsley’s No.1 tagger. He will still be very relevant to fantasy coaches in the run home, starting with a likely date with Jordan Dawson or Izak Rankine at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.
 
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Adelaide injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Matt Crouch Shoulder 2025
Elliot Himmelberg Cheekbone Test
Wayne Milera Knee 2025
Patrick Parnell Shoulder 2025
Brodie Smith Knee Test
Riley Thilthorpe Knee 1-3 weeks
Taylor Walker Back Test
Josh Worrell Arm 5-7 weeks
Walker is likely to return after missing the last two matches
Updated: June 19
Brisbane injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Noah Answerth Shoulder 4-6 weeks
Will Ashcroft Knee 1 week
Keidean Coleman ACL 2025
Tom Doedee Knee 2025
Darcy Gardiner Knee 2025
Kai Lohmann Quad TBC
Lincoln McCarthy Knee 2025
Carter Michael Knee 1 week
Lohmann was substituted at three-quarter time against the Power after suffering a quad injury
Ashcroft will return next week in either VFL or AFL
Updated: June 22
Carlton injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Matt Carroll Groin 1-2 weeks
Adam Cerra Hamstring 1 week
Matt Cottrell Foot 2-3 weeks
David Cuningham Calf Test
Sam Docherty ACL 2025
Jack Martin Calf 1-2 weeks
Hudson O'Keefe Hamstring 3-5 weeks
Marc Pittonet Finger Test
Jack Silvagni Knee 2025
No fresh injuries from the Geelong game.
Updated: June 24
Collingwood injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Aiden Begg Knee 2025
Josh Carmichael Concussion TBC
Mason Cox Leg/concussion 3-5 weeks
Jordan De Goey Abdomen 1 week
Jamie Elliott Vascular 4-6 weeks
Ned Long Calf 1 week
Daniel McStay Knee TBC
Brody Mihocek Hamstring 1 week
Tom Mitchell Foot 4-6 weeks
Scott Pendlebury Bicep 1-2 weeks
Joe Richards Foot 1-2 weeks
Oscar Steene Toe 4-6 weeks
After their bye this weekend, Collingwood should get De Goey and Mihocek back
Updated: June 19
Essendon injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Kaine Baldwin Foot 3-6 weeks
Sam Draper Knee Test
Xavier Duursma Quad Test
Saad El-Hawli Ankle 6-7 weeks
Ben Hobbs Calf Test
Jaiden Hunter Knee 2025
Darcy Parish Calf 4 weeks
Mason Redman Hamstring Test
Zach Reid Pectoral TBC
Will Setterfield Knee Test
Sam Weideman Suspension Round 18
No reported injuries from West Coast game
Updated: June 24
Fremantle injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Heath Chapman Hamstring Test
Josh Corbett Hip 2025
Brennan Cox Hamstring Test
Odin Jones Illness Test
Sebit Kuek Knee 2025
Oscar McDonald Knee 8-10 weeks
Nathan O'Driscoll Knee 4-5 weeks
Alex Pearce Arm TBC
Michael Walters Hamstring 3-4 weeks
Pearce was subbed out with an arm injury
Updated: June 24
Geelong injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Cam Guthrie Achilles 2 weeks
Tom Hawkins Foot TBC
Oli Wiltshire Pelvis 2-4 weeks
Hawkins suffered a potentially serious foot injury against the Blues, also there is hope he can return before season's end.
Updated: June 23
Gold Coast Suns injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Ben King Knee Test
Lachie Weller Knee 4 weeks
No reported injuries out of Fremantle match
Updated: June 24
GWS Giants injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Stephen Coniglio Shoulder Test
Josh Fahey Foot 12-16 weeks
Cooper Hamilton Ankle 3-4 weeks
Nick Haynes Hamstring 3-4 weeks
Darcy Jones Hamstring Test
Adam Kennedy Hamstring Test
James Leake Quad Test
Nick Madden Ankle 5-7 weeks
Harry Perryman Hamstring 1 week
Braydon Preuss Hamstring Indefinite
No fresh injuries out of Swans match
Updated: June 24
Hawthorn injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
James Blanck ACL 2025
Sam Butler Broken leg 2025
Bailey Macdonald Hip Test
Will McCabe Back Test
Ned Reeves Back Test
Jack O'Sullivan Hamstring Test
Ethan Phillips Knee Test
Cooper Stephens Achilles Test
Chad Wingard Calf Test
Lewis returned through VFL and could be available for seniors after bye
Updated: June 19
Melbourne injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Marty Hore Calf 2 weeks
Lachie Hunter Calf 1-2 weeks
Jake Lever Knee 1-2 weeks
Jake Melksham Knee 2-3 weeks
Christian Petracca Ribs/Lung/Spleen 2025
Josh Schache Foot 1 week
Joel Smith Misconduct Indefinite
Charlie Spargo Achilles TBC
No fresh injuries out of North match
Updated: June 24
North Melbourne injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Callum Coleman-Jones Achilles 2025
Kallan Dawson Suspension Round 16
Wil Dawson Shoulder 4-5 weeks
Blake Drury Knee 3-5 weeks
Brayden George Knee 2025
Josh Goater Achilles 2025
Bigoa Nyuon Hip Test
Jy Simpkin Hamstring Test
No fresh injuries out of North match
Updated: June 24
Port Adelaide injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Lachie Charleson Knee 1-2 weeks
Charlie Dixon Suspension Round 18
Hugh Jackson Hip Test
Sam Powell-Pepper Knee 2025
Willie Rioli Calf TBC
Josh Sinn Collarbone 2 weeks
Jordon Sweet Concussion TBC
Rioli was a late withdrawal against the Lions, while Sweet suffered a head injury during the clash
Updated: June 22
Richmond injury list
2025

Name Injury Estimated Return
Shai Bolton Corked leg TBC
Judson Clarke ACL 2025
Mate Colina Back TBC
Liam Fawcett Back TBC
Josh Gibcus ACL
Jack Graham Hamstring TBC
Dylan Grimes Back TBC
Jacob Hopper Hamstring 1 week
Mykelti Lefau ACL 2025
Sam Naismith ACL 2025
Dion Prestia Calf Test
Marlion Pickett Calf 1-2 weeks
Maurice Rioli Ankle 2-4 weeks
Jack Ross Foot 6-8 weeks
Tylar Young ACL 2025
Tigers have the bye this week
Updated: June 19
St Kilda injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Brad Crouch Knee TBC
Paddy Dow Ankle 3-4 weeks
Jack Hayes Knee 3-4 weeks
Dougal Howard Hamstring 3 weeks
Isaac Keeler Knee Test
Liam Stocker Abdomen Test
James Van Es Ankle Season
Jimmy Webster Calf Test
Saints have the bye this week
Updated: June 19
Sydney injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Harry Arnold Back 3-4 weeks
Jack Buller Back 2025
Callum Mills Shoulder/calf 1-2 weeks
Luke Parker Suspension Round 18
Sam Reid Foot 1-3 weeks
Angus Sheldrick Ankle 6 weeks
No fresh injuries out of GWS match
Updated: June 24
West Coast injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Oscar Allen Knee Test
Rhett Bazzo Groin 3-4 weeks
Liam Duggan Concussion Test
Elijah Hewett Foot 3-5 weeks
Jayden Hunt Toe Test
Tim Kelly Hip Test
Noah Long Knee 2025
Harley Reid Suspension Round 16
No reported injuries from Essendon game
Updated: June 24
Western Bulldogs injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Luke Cleary Concussion Test
Nick Coffield Shoulder Test
Jordan Croft Concussion Test
Ryan Gardner Wrist 10-12 weeks
James Harmes Hamstring Test
Jason Johannisen Hamstring 2-3 weeks
Alex Keath Hamstring 4-6 weeks
Aaron Naughton Knee Test
Bailey Smith Knee 2025
Updated: June 19
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SuperCoach AFL 2024 round 17 trade guide: Top targets, who’s on thin ice
Playing safe won’t launch you up the SuperCoach rankings or your league ladder. But these players can. See the hottest players in the game right now plus this week’s top rookie.
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July 1, 2024 - 6:00AM

Trade strategy is changing as we enter the run home in SuperCoach for 2024.

Some teams will still have one or two spots to fill in a “finished” team of 22 premiums, and if that’s you, there are some great options below.

Other teams will be assessing their weak links and trying to find a position or player where they can gain an edge over their rivals.

There’s not much point trading for a highly owned star at this time of year – unless that player is Marcus Bontempelli.

But even reliable stars like Max Gawn or Zach Merrett can drop a stinker, as we saw in round 16.

Picking an in-form player with lower ownership can give you an edge over teams stuck with underperformers they can’t afford to offload.

The big question is, how many trades can you use to make it happen? The best play is to get an “extra” premium by, for instance, trading in Izak Rankine and pushing a player like Luke Jackson or Charlie Curnow to the bench. That way you can make use of their big scores and dodge the awful ones (if you get your timing right).

That will usually require two trades, a luxury not every coach can afford – going down to three or fewer at this point is dicing with extreme danger.

You could get a POD in one trade – by dumping another player of similar value. That is also very risky, and we wouldn’t recommend trading out a player like Merrett or Luke Davies-Uniacke after one poor score.

There are some players you could make a case for, however.

Matt Rowell has scored 82 or lower in his last three games, with even a return to People First Stadium failing to recapture his early-season form – which feels like a lifetime ago.

Jack Steele also looks a different player to the first five rounds. His scores haven’t been as bad as Rowell, but it’s a month since he scored over 100.

Chad Warner has also gone four games without a ton after becoming target A1 for opposition taggers. For Nic Martin, it’s only two tons since round 8 after a 75 on Saturday night, his lowest total since round 1.

Those players are all falling in value, but a bit of cash in the bank – with the possible assistance of a rookie downgrade – could make a big difference to your final fortunes.

ROOKIES

LAWSON HUMPHRIES $117,300 DEF/MID

SuperCoaches have been crying out for a DEF/MID connection on the bench and we might have our man in the 63rd pick from the 2023 draft. The 21-year-old rebounding defender shone on debut for the Cats, picking up 15 disposals and scoring 91 points, and is set for an extended run in the seniors based on Saturday night’s result – and Chris Scott’s comments after the game: “I’m pleased he was able to get the ball enough to show what he can do with the ball – the decision making and the kicking. In the contest he was good, but it is hard to get these things right because it feels like we have been talking about him for a couple of months. And I guess you’re always hopeful that you look back and think, ‘should have pulled the trigger on that a little bit earlier’, but at least we got him in there (on Saturday night).”


LOGAN EVANS $102,400 DEF & ARIE SCHOENMAKER $117,300 DEF

If you prefer the certainty of a player on the bubble, two more defenders are on the table this week. Schoenmaker (55 points v Port Adelaide) has a Break Even of -71 while Evans (52 points v St Kilda) has a BE of -61, but is $15k cheaper. But at this stage of the season, we aren’t really trying to make money from rookies, and even back-up bench scores are a bonus. The dual-position flexibility offered by Humphries makes him a much more appealing option – and he should keep playing anyway.

POD PREMIUMS

IZAK RANKINE $578,100 FWD

Over the past two weeks many coaches have wrestled with the choice between Izak Rankine and Charlie Curnow. Well, that has been comprehensively answered, although possibly too late for the coaches who backed in the Carlton megastar. Rankine set up Adelaide’s win over the Giants with a rampaging first half; tagger Toby Bedford was switched on to him after halftime and put the brakes on, but a score of 121 underscores Rankine’s star potential – and advantage he’ll give teams who can find room for him. He’s a good chance to become DPP in a week, too.

JYE CALDWELL $505,200 MID/FWD

Rankine is in 7 per cent of SuperCoach teams, but if that’s not unique enough for you, look no further. Caldwell is in 4 per cent of teams, and is absolutely flying. His past two games have produced 58 disposals, 18 clearances, 23 tackles and 242 SuperCoach points. He’s a lot cheaper than Rankine (although with a Break Even of 47 he might not be for long), has been given a full-time midfield role by Brad Scott, will never be tagged and already has DPP. What’s not to like?

JACK SINCLAIR $623,700 DEF/MID

Recruiting decisions are based on form right now, and Sinclair is running as hot as anyone in the game. Scores of 147, 135 and 143 in his past three games from a proven premium scorer in just 6 per cent of teams. After a massive $42k price hike this week you will have to pay up for him, but that is likely to only make him more unique.

RORY LAIRD $545,000 MID

A forgotten man in SuperCoach this year, the Crows midfielder was a staple in our sides for the past three years when he averaged at least 116 points a game. An unpredictable role and form issues have seen him drop off the radar, with an ownership of 6 per cent and an average of 106.8. If we disregard the first 13 rounds – Crows fans are certainly trying to – his numbers look a lot better – 34 disposals and 141 points before Adelaide’s bye, and 23 touches and 113 points on Saturday night. The key is a move back to half-back, where Laird made his name as a SuperCoach gun. Will the role continue? Based on Rankine’s increased midfield numbers and Saturday night’s result, why not? He’s more than $100k under his starting price.

JOSH DUNKLEY $592,000 MID

A proven SuperCoach stud, Dunkley has also flown under the radar this year and is in just 7 per cent of teams. But his high contested possession rate and tackle numbers (17 over the past two rounds) are the foundations of a top-line premium, and Dunkley’s scores have gone to another level in the past two weeks, backing up 144 against Port Adelaide with 143 against the Demons. With Lachie Neale attracting any tag attention, Dunkley is free to rack up the footy and SuperCoach points.

NOAH ANDERSON $568,800 MID

These are Anderson’s scores at People First Stadium in 2024: 122, 129, 155, 151, 150, 140. The Suns are a different team playing at home, and Anderson is one huge reason why. The obvious question is how many times they play there again in the run home, and the answer is three – so there’s about 450 points in the bank. The Suns also play North Melbourne at Marvel Stadium, West Coast in Perth and Richmond at the MCG, which – in theory – present opportunities for more big returns. It’s a gamble – Anderson has also scored in the 50s twice this season – but you’ve got to risk it for the biscuit.

SAM WALSH $559,300 MID

If you aren’t a big risk-taker then Walsh might be more your cup of tea – a midfielder with an enormous work rate who just gets the footy a lot every week. Some poor efficiency and odd factors like low time on ground have capped his ceiling of late, but he stuffed the stat sheet on Sunday with 26 touches, two goals and 10 tackles to finish with 148 SuperCoach points. He hardly ever has a bad game, the Blues have a great fixture to finish the year and he won’t break the bank.

ADAM SAAD $440,700 DEF

Speaking of Blues, Saad could be a steal for your final defensive spot, or as a spare premium on the bench if you can afford one. With the proviso that half-backs have scored well against Richmond all season, his 118-point return was his second ton in three weeks after injury ruined the first half of his season. See above for comments re Carlton’s fixture, but the most enticing factor is his bargain price.

 
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Adelaide injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Matt Crouch Shoulder 2025
Wayne Milera Knee 2025
Patrick Parnell Shoulder 2025
Riley Thilthorpe Knee Test
Josh Worrell Arm 4-6 weeks
No new injuries out of the win over GWS
Updated: June 30
Brisbane injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Noah Answerth Shoulder 3-5 weeks
Jack Payne Foot 1-2 weeks
Keidean Coleman ACL 2025
Tom Doedee Knee 2025
Darcy Gardiner Knee 2025
Lincoln McCarthy Knee 2025
No fresh injuries out of Melbourne match
Updated: June 29
Carlton injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Matt Carroll Groin Indefinite
Matt Cottrell Foot 1-2 weeks
Sam Docherty ACL 2025
Matthew Kennedy Hamstring TBC
Jack Martin Calf 2 weeks
Hudson O'Keefe Hamstring 2-4 weeks
Jack Silvagni Knee 2025
Billy Watson Knee 1 week
Updated: July 1
Collingwood injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Aiden Begg Knee 2025
Josh Carmichael Concussion TBC
Mason Cox Leg/concussion 3-5 weeks
Jamie Elliott Vascular 3-5 weeks
Daniel McStay Knee TBC
Tom Mitchell Foot 3-5 weeks
Will Parker Knee 4-6 weeks
Isaac Quaynor Illness Test
Lachie Schultz Illness 1-2 weeks
Oscar Steene Toe 4-6 weeks
Beau McCreery was subbed out with a calf issue in the loss to Gold Coast
Updated: June 30
Essendon injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Kaine Baldwin Foot 3-6 weeks
Saad El-Hawli Ankle 6 weeks
Jaiden Hunter Knee 2025
Darcy Parish Calf 3 weeks
Zach Reid Pectoral TBC
Sam Weideman Suspension Round 18
Updated: July 1
Fremantle injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Will Brodie Foot Test
Josh Corbett Hip 2025
Sebit Kuek Knee 1-2 weeks
Oscar McDonald Knee 8-9 weeks
Nathan O'Driscoll Knee 1-2 weeks
Ollie Murphy Abdomen TBC
Alex Pearce Arm 3-4 weeks
Michael Walters Hamstring 1-2 weeks
The Dockers got through the win over Sydney unscathed
Updated: June 30
Geelong injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Tanner Bruhn Scaphoid 3-5 weeks
Cam Guthrie Achilles 1-2 weeks
Tom Hawkins Foot 6-8 weeks
Oli Wiltshire Pelvis 1-3 weeks
Updated: July 1
Gold Coast Suns injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Brandon Ellis Calf 4 weeks
Malcolm Rosas Jnr Calf 1 week
Lachie Weller Knee 3 weeks
No new injuries out of the win over the Pies
Updated: June 30
GWS Giants injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Josh Fahey Foot 12 weeks
Cooper Hamilton Ankle 3-4 weeks
Nick Haynes Hamstring 2-3 weeks
Nick Madden Ankle 4-6 weeks
Braydon Preuss Hamstring Indefinite
Sam Taylor Testicle Indefinite
No new injuries out of the loss to Adelaide
Updated: June 30
Hawthorn injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
James Blanck ACL 2025
Sam Butler Broken leg 2025
Bailey Macdonald Hip Test
Will McCabe Back 1 week
Ned Reeves Back Test
James Sicily Shoulder Test
Jack O'Sullivan Hamstring Test
Cooper Stephens Achilles Test
Chad Wingard Calf Test
Updated: July 1
Melbourne injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Ben Brown Knee TBC
Marty Hore Calf 1 week
Jake Melksham Knee 1-2 weeks
Christian Petracca Ribs/Lung/Spleen 2025
Christian Salem Knee 1-2 weeks
Joel Smith Misconduct Indefinite
Charlie Spargo Achilles TBC
Will Verrall Concussion 1-2 weeks
No fresh injuries out of Lions match
Updated: June 29
North Melbourne injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Callum Coleman-Jones Achilles 2025
Wil Dawson Shoulder 2-3 weeks
Blake Drury Knee 2-3 weeks
Brayden George Knee 2025
Josh Goater Achilles 2025
Toby Pink Ankle Test
George Wardlaw Concussion 1-2 weeks
No new injuries out of the loss to the Dogs
Updated: June 30
Port Adelaide injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Esava Ratugolea Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Jase Burgoyne Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Ryan Burton Foot 3-4 weeks
Lachie Charleson Knee Test
Charlie Dixon Suspension Round 18
Kyle Marshall Concussion TBC
Todd Marshall Hamstring TBC
Trent McKenzie Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Sam Powell-Pepper Knee 2025
Ivan Soldo Knee 3-4 weeks
Todd Marshall picked up a hamstring injury in the win over the Saints.
Updated: July 1
Richmond injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Judson Clarke ACL 2025
Mate Colina Back TBC
Liam Fawcett Back TBC
Josh Gibcus ACL 2025
Dylan Grimes Back 2025
Mykelti Lefau ACL 2025
Tom Lynch Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Dustin Martin Back TBC
Sam Naismith ACL 2025
Dion Prestia Calf 1-2 weeks
Marlion Pickett Calf 2-3 weeks
Maurice Rioli Ankle 3-4 weeks
Jack Ross Foot 4-6 weeks
Samson Ryan Ankle 1-2 weeks
Tylar Young ACL 2025
Martin was subbed out with a back injury
Updated: June 28
St Kilda injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Brad Crouch Knee TBC
Paddy Dow Ankle Test
Jack Hayes Knee TBC
Dougal Howard Hamstring 1 week
James Van Es Ankle 2025
No new injuries out of Sunday's loss to Port Adelaide
Updated: July 1
Sydney injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Harry Arnold Back 2-3 weeks
Jack Buller Back 2025
Harry Cunningham Hamstring TBC
Callum Mills Shoulder/calf 2 weeks
Luke Parker Suspension Round 18
Sam Reid Foot Test
Angus Sheldrick Ankle 1-2 weeks
Peter Ladhams Concussion TBC
Harry Cunningham picked up a hamstring issue in the loss to Freo
Updated: June 30
West Coast injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Jack Petruccelle Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Rhett Bazzo Groin 2-3 weeks
Elijah Hewett Foot 2-3 weeks
Noah Long Knee 2025
Dom Sheed Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Jake Waterman Knee TBC
Matthew Flynn Ankle TBC
Updated: July 1
Western Bulldogs injury list
Name Injury Estimated Return
Luke Cleary Concussion Test
Nick Coffield Shoulder Test
Jordan Croft Concussion Test
Taylor Duryea Foot TBC
Ryan Gardner Wrist 10-12 weeks
James Harmes Hamstring Test
Jason Johannisen Hamstring 2-3 weeks
Alex Keath Hamstring 4-6 weeks
Bailey Smith Knee 2025
Laitham Vandermeer Ankle TBC
Duryea and Vandermeer picked up injuries in the win over North Melbourne
Updated: June 30
 
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The No.1 ranked SuperCoach says he backed his gut in 2024, but there is some serious strategy behind his success. See his best calls and advice for other coaches.

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July 2, 2024 - 11:54AM

The No.1 ranked SuperCoach says chasing value and trusting his gut have been the keys to his success in 2024.
Nat is coach of Chev’s Titans, which has outscored more than 180,000 teams to sit on top of the overall rankings with 35,797 points after 16 rounds.

“A big thing has really been not worrying about what other people have been doing this season, which is something that I think has separated me a little bit,” he said on this week’s official SuperCoach podcast.

“Last year I was too much the other way, worrying ‘What’s everyone else doing’ ... with that said, I have been watching guys and seeing what the general community is doing. So it’s not disregarding their advice, but just trusting my gut, which is sometimes easy to say, hard to do in this game.”

Nat is in his third year playing SuperCoach, and the first as a serious challenger.

“My frst year I think I had half the Bombers team in my SuperCoach team,” he said.

In year two the law student started consuming a regular diet of SuperCoach podcasts and YouTube shows on the train home from university, and tried to copy what the experts were doing. “This year I really trusted my gut from the start, pre-season research and all that good stuff, and really got stuck into it.”


His best moves including trading in Dockers Luke Ryan and Caleb Serong before the first price changes, and getting on the right end of the best scores from rookies. But a key to his success has been who he didn’t pick – resisting the urge to pay top dollar for players like Matt Rowell, Zach Merrett and Tim English.

“I’ve saved money by not getting them, and I haven’t really been punished because they haven’t kept up that formline,” he said.

The temptation was almost overwhelming to pay up for Tom Green after his hot start to the season, but Nat held his nerve – and reaped the rewards.

“No one could see the five coming (against Sydney in round 8), that was his injury game, but that was the big landmine that I dodged and that really catapulted me up the rankings.

“Instead, I’ve targeted guys with value. I got Lachie Whitfield for $500k ... I took a punt on Clayton Oliver – it didn’t really work out but he kept rookies off field and I moved him to Gulden, so it was a stepping stone with a bit of upside.

“I’ve also got Tom Stewart in my team, who I brought in a couple of weeks ago. He hasn’t been fantastic, but I’ve backed in guys like Stewart – that fallen premo who has the proven history – and I think he’ll come good still.

“Basically chasing value wherever I can, rather than chasing guys who are $650k.”

Stewart and Jack Crisp in defence are two big points of difference in Nat’s team, along with Jye Caldwell and Izak Rankine in the forward line.

With trades almost gone, he’s relying on an extra premium defender and Crow Billy Dowling for cover in the final eight rounds.

He said he would be lying if the $50,000 grand prize for the overall SuperCoach champion hadn’t crossed his mind, “but it’s not about the money, that’s not why I play SuperCoach.

“I love football and SuperCoach adds that extra interest to the game. It gives me a reason to watch a random GWS-Adelaide game on a Sunday afternoon.”
 
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SuperCoach AFL 2024: Which players are in line for dual-position status in round 18?
The last batch of SuperCoach dual-position players for 2024 will be added this weekend. See who is in line for DPP – and what Izak Rankine needs to do to qualify.
Tim Michell and Al Paton, News Sport Network
2 July 2024, 3:46:00 pm
The last round of SuperCoach position changes for 2024 is just days away.
A small handful of players are set to join the more than 70 who earned dual-position status in the first two mid-season SuperCoach position reviews, after round 6 and round 11.
After final numbers are locked in this weekend, the new DPPs will be available for selection for the final seven rounds of the season – including SuperCoach finals.
Scroll down to see the latest exclusive time in position numbers for all the big DPP contenders.
DPP CHANGES in 2024
The three DPP changes this year will take place:
After round 6, before round 7
After round 11, before round 12
After round 17, before round 18
NOTE: Positions cannot be removed once added and a player can only have a maximum of two positions. To be eligible for a second position, a player must play 35 per cent or more in a secondary position and feature in 50 per cent of games during the data period.
Likely new DPPs
PLAYER CLUB POS NEW POS
Jack Carroll Carlton MID MID/FWD
Zac Williams Carlton DEF DEF/FWD
Lachie Sullivan Collingwood MID MID/FWD
Ben Long Gold Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Darcy Tucker North Melbourne MID DEF/MID
Toby Pink North Melbourne DEF DEF/FWD
Jack Graham Richmond FWD MID/FWD
Liam Henry St Kilda MID MID/FWD
Jamaine Jones West Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Zac Williams kicked a goal against the Tigers to celebrate his 150th game and looming DPP status – he has now played 51 per cent of game time in the forward line this season following a switch from defence in round 10. Teammate Jack Carroll has spent 40 per cent in the forward line, enough to earn DPP, and he could become relevant again if he can break back into the Blues’ best 22 after his price fell all the way to $127,400 following a string of sub-affected games.
Magpies SSP success story Lachie Sullivan has also cracked the 35 per cent threshold to become a FWD-MID. Unfortunately, that’s a few rounds too late for most SuperCoach teams, with Sullivan again one of the most traded out players this week – his ownership has dropped from over 75,000 to around 35,000 in the past three weeks.
You can lock in Toby Pink as well. You’re unlikely to need him on field unless things get desperate, but DPP could be a big help in the last few rounds for 12 per cent of teams who still own the Kangaroos swingman. Pink being DEF-FWD will either open up a swing with Alex Sexton/Zach Fisher or give you a break glass in case of emergency option to fill a spot on two lines as trades run low.
Most of the other position changes are relevant only for SuperCoach Draft – Darcy Tucker has a five-round average of 88.8 and has played 39 per cent of game time in defence to qualify for DPP. Ben Long has become a regular in Damien Hardwick’s forward line – spending 100 per cent of game time there this year – while Jack Graham was listed as a forward at the start of the year, but has played 64 per cent of game time in the midfield.
COULD HE
Izak Rankine FWD
Midfield 31%
Forward 69%
Rankine’s path towards FWD-MID took an untimely detour last weekend. Sam Berry’s strong return to the centre square in round 16 meant that Rankine’s centre bounce numbers dropped below 50 per cent for the first time since round 9. That was also a result of Rankine being tagged by Toby Bedford in the second half against GWS. By our calculations the Crows matchwinner will have to play 83 per cent of Sunday’s game against the Lions on Sunday in the midfield to hit 35 per cent for the season. Come on, Nicksy, do the right thing.
CLOSE, BUT NOT CLOSE ENOUGH
Jason Horne-Francis MID
Midfield 70%
Forward 30%
Ken Hinkley tends to use a mix of Horne-Francis, Zak Butters, Connor Rozee, Willem Drew and Ollie Wines in his starting midfield. Horne-Francis had a season-high 83 per cent CBAs in round 14 but has dropped to 51 and 50 per cent in the past two weeks with Rozee’s return from injury. He’s been around the 30 per cent forward mark all season, but hasn’t had enough time forward to threaten the 35 per cent DPP threshold.
Chad Warner MID
Midfield 76%
Forward 24%
Cross him off your DPP list. Warner was in the mix to be FWD-MID a few weeks ago when he only attended 48 per cent of centre bounces against Adelaide when he was heavily tagged. But in the past two weeks he has been at 60 per cent and 79 per cent, with Taylor Adams’ CBA numbers dropping significantly.
Harry Sheezel DEF
Defence 51%
Midfield 27%
Forward 22%
His time in defence percentage ticks down each week but he’s not getting enough exclusive time in the midfield or forward line to get to 35 per cent in either. We can just enjoy his premium-level scoring in defence for the rest of the season.
Jordan Dawson MID
Midfield 76%
Forward 24%
Dawson’s DPP hopes were dashed as of round 15 – we needed him to play (and play a lot forward) when the Crows had the bye. It appears he’ll be stuck between 20-30 per cent FWD time which also won’t make him FWD-MID in 2025.
Connor Rozee MID
Midfield 77%
Forward 23%
If Champion Data’s DPP threshold was 25 per cent we would have some real guns to pick from, including potentially Rozee. Unfortunately, it’s 35 per cent, but Rozee is still great value as a midfielder at just $435k.
Steele Sidebottom MID
Midfield 72%
Defence 27%
Forward 1%
A mid-season move to half-back has given Craig McRae another card to play but it’s not going to help SuperCoaches. A score of 60 against the Suns ended his ton streak at two, anyway.
Liam Ryan FWD
Defence 6%
Midfield 14%
Forward 80%
He still attended some centre bounces against the Hawks with Harley Reid back in the team, but the midfield cameos won’t be enough to make him a DPP in SuperCoach, which is a shame because he would have been fun.
Trent Rivers DEF
Defence 86%
Midfield 14%
Rivers attended 69 per cent of centre bounces against the Lions as he transitions to the midfield, but he couldn’t reproduce his big SuperCoach score from the week before. He won’t be DPP this year but if the role continues for eight more rounds it will be one for Champion Data to consider for next season.
Toby Bedford FWD
Midfield 24%
Forward 76%
Bedford is on the fast track to 35 per cent midfield time, but not fast enough to do it in one week. He’ll still be very SuperCoach relevant as one of the best taggers in the game, one of the surprise developments of 2024. Sam Walsh could be in his sights this week.
 
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SuperCoach AFL 2024: Which players are in line for dual-position status in round 18?
The last batch of SuperCoach dual-position players for 2024 will be added this weekend. See who is in line for DPP – and what Izak Rankine needs to do to qualify.
Tim Michell and Al Paton, News Sport Network
2 July 2024, 3:46:00 pm
The last round of SuperCoach position changes for 2024 is just days away.
A small handful of players are set to join the more than 70 who earned dual-position status in the first two mid-season SuperCoach position reviews, after round 6 and round 11.
After final numbers are locked in this weekend, the new DPPs will be available for selection for the final seven rounds of the season – including SuperCoach finals.
Scroll down to see the latest exclusive time in position numbers for all the big DPP contenders.
DPP CHANGES in 2024
The three DPP changes this year will take place:
After round 6, before round 7
After round 11, before round 12
After round 17, before round 18
NOTE: Positions cannot be removed once added and a player can only have a maximum of two positions. To be eligible for a second position, a player must play 35 per cent or more in a secondary position and feature in 50 per cent of games during the data period.
Likely new DPPs
PLAYER CLUB POS NEW POS
Jack Carroll Carlton MID MID/FWD
Zac Williams Carlton DEF DEF/FWD
Lachie Sullivan Collingwood MID MID/FWD
Ben Long Gold Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Darcy Tucker North Melbourne MID DEF/MID
Toby Pink North Melbourne DEF DEF/FWD
Jack Graham Richmond FWD MID/FWD
Liam Henry St Kilda MID MID/FWD
Jamaine Jones West Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Zac Williams kicked a goal against the Tigers to celebrate his 150th game and looming DPP status – he has now played 51 per cent of game time in the forward line this season following a switch from defence in round 10. Teammate Jack Carroll has spent 40 per cent in the forward line, enough to earn DPP, and he could become relevant again if he can break back into the Blues’ best 22 after his price fell all the way to $127,400 following a string of sub-affected games.
Magpies SSP success story Lachie Sullivan has also cracked the 35 per cent threshold to become a FWD-MID. Unfortunately, that’s a few rounds too late for most SuperCoach teams, with Sullivan again one of the most traded out players this week – his ownership has dropped from over 75,000 to around 35,000 in the past three weeks.
You can lock in Toby Pink as well. You’re unlikely to need him on field unless things get desperate, but DPP could be a big help in the last few rounds for 12 per cent of teams who still own the Kangaroos swingman. Pink being DEF-FWD will either open up a swing with Alex Sexton/Zach Fisher or give you a break glass in case of emergency option to fill a spot on two lines as trades run low.
Most of the other position changes are relevant only for SuperCoach Draft – Darcy Tucker has a five-round average of 88.8 and has played 39 per cent of game time in defence to qualify for DPP. Ben Long has become a regular in Damien Hardwick’s forward line – spending 100 per cent of game time there this year – while Jack Graham was listed as a forward at the start of the year, but has played 64 per cent of game time in the midfield.
COULD HE
Izak Rankine FWD
Midfield 31%
Forward 69%
Rankine’s path towards FWD-MID took an untimely detour last weekend. Sam Berry’s strong return to the centre square in round 16 meant that Rankine’s centre bounce numbers dropped below 50 per cent for the first time since round 9. That was also a result of Rankine being tagged by Toby Bedford in the second half against GWS. By our calculations the Crows matchwinner will have to play 83 per cent of Sunday’s game against the Lions on Sunday in the midfield to hit 35 per cent for the season. Come on, Nicksy, do the right thing.
CLOSE, BUT NOT CLOSE ENOUGH
Jason Horne-Francis MID
Midfield 70%
Forward 30%
Ken Hinkley tends to use a mix of Horne-Francis, Zak Butters, Connor Rozee, Willem Drew and Ollie Wines in his starting midfield. Horne-Francis had a season-high 83 per cent CBAs in round 14 but has dropped to 51 and 50 per cent in the past two weeks with Rozee’s return from injury. He’s been around the 30 per cent forward mark all season, but hasn’t had enough time forward to threaten the 35 per cent DPP threshold.
Chad Warner MID
Midfield 76%
Forward 24%
Cross him off your DPP list. Warner was in the mix to be FWD-MID a few weeks ago when he only attended 48 per cent of centre bounces against Adelaide when he was heavily tagged. But in the past two weeks he has been at 60 per cent and 79 per cent, with Taylor Adams’ CBA numbers dropping significantly.
Harry Sheezel DEF
Defence 51%
Midfield 27%
Forward 22%
His time in defence percentage ticks down each week but he’s not getting enough exclusive time in the midfield or forward line to get to 35 per cent in either. We can just enjoy his premium-level scoring in defence for the rest of the season.
Jordan Dawson MID
Midfield 76%
Forward 24%
Dawson’s DPP hopes were dashed as of round 15 – we needed him to play (and play a lot forward) when the Crows had the bye. It appears he’ll be stuck between 20-30 per cent FWD time which also won’t make him FWD-MID in 2025.
Connor Rozee MID
Midfield 77%
Forward 23%
If Champion Data’s DPP threshold was 25 per cent we would have some real guns to pick from, including potentially Rozee. Unfortunately, it’s 35 per cent, but Rozee is still great value as a midfielder at just $435k.
Steele Sidebottom MID
Midfield 72%
Defence 27%
Forward 1%
A mid-season move to half-back has given Craig McRae another card to play but it’s not going to help SuperCoaches. A score of 60 against the Suns ended his ton streak at two, anyway.
Liam Ryan FWD
Defence 6%
Midfield 14%
Forward 80%
He still attended some centre bounces against the Hawks with Harley Reid back in the team, but the midfield cameos won’t be enough to make him a DPP in SuperCoach, which is a shame because he would have been fun.
Trent Rivers DEF
Defence 86%
Midfield 14%
Rivers attended 69 per cent of centre bounces against the Lions as he transitions to the midfield, but he couldn’t reproduce his big SuperCoach score from the week before. He won’t be DPP this year but if the role continues for eight more rounds it will be one for Champion Data to consider for next season.
Toby Bedford FWD
Midfield 24%
Forward 76%
Bedford is on the fast track to 35 per cent midfield time, but not fast enough to do it in one week. He’ll still be very SuperCoach relevant as one of the best taggers in the game, one of the surprise developments of 2024. Sam Walsh could be in his sights this week.
Such a shame Rankine won’t get DPP status….
DPP rules coming into this final third of the season…
 
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Stats insider: Full round 16 centre bounce numbers, key SuperCoach intel
See the numbers behind Matt Rowell’s dramatic drop-off plus the key SuperCoach stats you need to know this week, including a big midfield move at the Cats, CBAs and kick-ins.

Al Paton
SuperFooty editor

A major positional change 16 weeks in the making has finally arrived.

For one week at least.

In January Geelong assistant coach James Kelly said he would “love to see” Tom Stewart spend more time in the midfield.

After signing a three-year contract extension over summer, Stewart said he was open to the move.

“To be able to go up around the ball and win the ball at the source and help the forward half of the ground is something that’s new to me, but I’m really open to whatever the club needs me to do and the role they see fit,” he said.

There were glimpses in the pre-season, but Stewart didn’t attend a single centre bounce in the first 15 rounds.

Against Essendon on Saturday night, he was at 24 – the most of any Geelong player. He won four centre clearances among his 23 disposals on his way to 97 SuperCoach points. And if you’re looking for a bargain, he’s just $468,600.

“The move makes sense to me, I hold him in such high regard,” coach Chris Scott said post-match.

“I joked if we played him as a small forward, he would probably be the best small forward in the comp, in my opinion.”

Scott has mixed up his onball set up all season – last weekend Max Holmes’ CBA percentage dropped from 69 to 3 – so it’s a watch this space if Stewart stays in the centre square.

It’s a similar story at Adelaide, where Rory Laird has returned to form, but in a role that is almost impossible to pin down.

His midfield time in the past month has swung from 52 per cent to 97 per cent, back to 37 per cent and then 100 per cent last weekend.

On the flip side, his time in defence over the past four rounds reads: 46 per cent, 0 per cent, 63 per cent, 0 per cent.

Based on that trend, expect another defensive spike against the Lions this weekend.

Secret SuperCoach stats
Each week Champion Data guru Fantasy Freako lifts the lid on the SuperCoach scoring system by analysing key moments from the weekend games.

Here are the numbers you need to know from round 16.

STATS BEHIND MATT ROWELL SLUMP

When assessing a player’s form, we need to be mindful of what those around him are doing. Rowell was averaging 130 in his first six games. But that has dropped to 91 per game since round 8.

Sam Flanders is one player that has really ramped up his scoring since then, averaging 124 points per game, while Noah Anderson is the only other Sun to average three figures with 107. The team as a whole has dropped off in SuperCoach.

Rowell’s work in the contest has fallen away – he was averaging 17 contested possessions in his first six games, compared to 10.6 since. Likewise, his frees for and gathers from a hitout have dropped off, both key parts of the contested possession number in SuperCoach.

Overall, the volume of disposals hasn’t been the same, either. Rowell has dropped below 20 disposals in four of his past eight games, racking up 25-plus just twice. He leads the AFL for tackles this season but has had seven, seven and four tackles in his last three games – his bread and butter in terms of scoring points. (Rowell recorded 10 or more tackles in seven of his first 12 matches.)

MERRETT GOES MISSING

Zach Merrett was the equal-second ranked player on the ground at halftime against Geelong last Saturday night with 72 points.

But he had just two effective disposals in the second half and scored six points – ranked 44th on the ground.

Even though it appeared he spent time forward in the third term, Merrett played 100 per cent as a midfielder.

CHARLIE HITS A TARGET

Charlie Curnow struggled to get a kick on Richmond backman Ben Miller on Sunday, but he did manage to throw the ball on his boot midway through the last quarter, and the scrambled kick went straight teammate Alex Cincotta only a metre or two away.

Cincotta converted and Curnow was awarded a goal assist for the short and effective kick.

In what was a dirty afternoon for the gun goalkicker, he didn’t win any of the five one-on-one contests he was involved in – losing two to Miller.

TAGGER WATCH

The tagging menace is still a key factor for SuperCoaches to consider in the second half of the season.

Last weekend Will Phillips continued his run-with roles by holding Adam Treloar to 14 disposals in the 79 minutes they were matched up.

Tom Atkins kept Zach Merrett to 19 disposals in the 80 minutes they were manned up – including just six after halftime.

James Jordon conceded 18 disposals to Jordan Clark in the 68 minutes they were matched up before Jordan was moved to Caleb Serong in the second half. Serong had 16 disposals to halftime but could only add seven to his name in the second half.

Jordan Dawson had just six disposals in the 37 minutes he had a Toby Bedford tag in the first half, with Bedford conceding 17 for the match from 65 minutes.

Zak Butters was one player to break a tag, collecting 20 disposals and kicking a goal in the 82 minutes he was manned by Marcus Windhager.

Stat of the Week – Ranking points by ladder position
SuperCoach scoring can often be dependent on the quality of opposition – that is, are they one of the stronger top-eight sides, or do they languish towards the bottom end of the AFL ladder? In saying that, the elite players will score well no matter who they’re matched up against. When breaking down the numbers, averages against top-eight and bottom-10 teams is an effective way to measure a player’s output against different opponents.

The cream always rises to the top, which is why Nick Daicos averages a competition-high 131.3 points against top-eight sides, along with 31.8 disposals, 12.8 contested possessions, 1.4 score assists and one goal. He has scored 125-plus in five of six games against these opponents.

Luke Ryan has scored 130-plus in three of six games against top-eight teams – averaging 27 disposals, 632 metres gained, 2.8 intercept marks and 7.3 intercept possessions. He also racked up 197 when he last faced this round’s opponent, Richmond.

Marcus Bontempelli rounds out the top three with a 128.5-point average – scoring 130-plus in four of seven games – averaging 27.4 disposals, 13.3 contested possessions, and 1.3 goals. Interestingly, he also averages 127.9 against bottom-10 teams and is a model of consistency.

Six of the top-10 scorers are midfielders and none are ruckmen.

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In contrast to scores against top-eight opposition, three of the 10 best scorers against bottom-10 sides are ruckmen, led by Max Gawn’s 138.4 points. He has scored 160-plus in three of seven games against teams outside the eight and faces the Eagles at the MCG this week, who could be without Matt Flynn due to injury.

Sam Walsh is the best midfielder on this list with an average of 135.8 points – tallying 120-plus in four of five games – averaging 32.2 disposals, 481 metres gained and 9.6 score involvements. Walsh is a prime candidate for the Toby Bedford tag this round.

As mentioned above, Bontempelli averages 127.9 against bottom-10 teams and is the only player to rank top-three against both sets of opponents.

Brodie Grundy and Tristan Xerri are the other rucks to feature here.

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New DPP
PLAYER CLUB POS NEW POS
Jack Carroll Carlton MID MID/FWD
Zac Williams Carlton DEF DEF/FWD
Lachie Sullivan Collingwood MID MID/FWD
Ben Long Gold Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Darcy Tucker North Melbourne MID DEF/MID
Toby Pink North Melbourne DEF DEF/FWD
Jack Graham Richmond FWD MID/FWD
Liam Henry St Kilda MID MID/FWD
Jamaine Jones West Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Mason Wood St Kilda MID MID/FWD
Jamaine Jones West Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Daniel Turner Melbourne DEF DEF/FWD
 
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New DPP
PLAYER CLUB POS NEW POS
Jack Carroll Carlton MID MID/FWD
Zac Williams Carlton DEF DEF/FWD
Lachie Sullivan Collingwood MID MID/FWD
Ben Long Gold Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Darcy Tucker North Melbourne MID DEF/MID
Toby Pink North Melbourne DEF DEF/FWD
Jack Graham Richmond FWD MID/FWD
Liam Henry St Kilda MID MID/FWD
Jamaine Jones West Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Mason Wood St Kilda MID MID/FWD
Jamaine Jones West Coast DEF DEF/FWD
Daniel Turner Melbourne DEF DEF/FWD
Gee it'd be great if even one of those guys were worth picking in our SC sides :LOL:
 
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