Kicking efficiency of players to have played all 3 games and average more than 15 disposals:
1st- J Ridley= 88.6% (17D, 10.3 EK)
2nd- M Hurley= 75% (16D, 9EK)
3rd- Z Merrett= 71.9% (22.7D, 7.7 EK)
4th- A Saad= 71.1% (21.3D, 9EK)
5th- D Smith= 55.2% (16.7D, 5.3 EK)
6th- D Shiel= 52.3% (25.3D, 7.7 EK)
7th- K Langford= 51.7% (18D, 5EK)
8th- A McGrath= 45.2% (22D, 4.7 EK)
He replaced Mason Wood, who has surely had his last chance. That said, the Kangaroos have a quite a few tall options up forward and as a fringe 22 player, if he has a down week he may well lose his spot. I have had him at R3 since day 1, so I hope he stays in for a while, but not at all confident.
Howe > Daniel (at this stage)
Holding onto Fyfe. Undecided about the second trade (weighing up LButler, Serong, Williamson, Hill) Unsure about Butler’s long term JS
Serong & Hill & Williamson all priced awkwardly so uncertain whether blowing a trade / cash in a rookie and making 20-40k is even worth it
Looking at Lachie Hunter in round 6, plenty of regret, trying to earn back respect of his teammates, has been working pretty hard. Won't get tagged, that goes to Macrae and Bont, expecting a high impact pending selection.
I think we were too tall on the weekend and I cant see how he can really play in the same team as Goldy. Would not be surprised to see him out this week and Wood back in (hopefully not) or even a possible debut for Hosie