Category - 2011 – Round 01
Weekly Wrap: Round 1
Carlton vs Richmond:
- Bryce Gibbs was a highlight – free of any sign of taggers, he racked up stacks of the ball through the middle and across half-forward. He surely won’t be given so much freedom moving forward, but it was great to see him explode in round one after a mediocre pre-season.
- Ed Curnow has certainly shot out of the blocks and left plenty of DTers ruing a bargain missed! He won plenty of hard ball and tackled hard, racking up a DT ton in his first AFL game. Probably not a score to be expected every week, but he has certainly done enough to secure his spot in the team.
- Marc Murphy was great through the midfield and looks very fit. He racked up 31 disposals for the game and dominated each of his Richmond opponents.
- Chris Yarran started the season woefully – plenty of coaches would have taken the punt on him after a consistent pre-season, but he just couldn’t back it up after refusing to work to break his tag. Hopefully he can improve, or else he may be one of the first players traded out of a number of squads.
- Jack Riewoldt was clearly the star of the show and ran rings around Thornton, kicking six goals for the game. I have been a little dubious about his ability to repeat last year’s efforts, but already, coming off a restricted pre-season, he is looking ominous!
- Trent Cotchin was very good through the middle, and so far looks to be one of the few positives to come out of the $330k – $400k price bracket. A 90 average would be great for someone of his price, so this was certainly a positive game!
- Daniel Connors a surprising selection for the sub-rule, although it was clearly used as a tactical one by the Tigers. Personally I can’t see him playing too many games in this role, so if you didn’t get a chance to trade him out, personally I would hold onto him.
- Nathan Foley was pretty woeful, coming off a stellar pre-season he just didn’t look quite ready. He struggled with the pace of the game and was hence subbed off. I think he will come good as he adjusts, but you’d be pretty gutted if you had him!
St.Kilda vs Geelong:
- Nick DalSanto was the best of the Saints, which came as no huge surprise after his great pre-season. He was lucky that Ling was out, who typically carves him up, and he seemed to be playing a more outside role than usual.
- Sam Gilbert was OK without impressing, but I thought it was appropriate to mention that the whole ‘Gilbert to the forward line’ thing was thrown out the window as he moved to his usual role off HB, despite the fact the Saints were crying out for another tall target up forward.
- Jason Blake played the ‘Leigh Brown’ ruckman role, to no huge surprise. He moved between ruck and forward for most of the game and was serviceable. Expect him to move back to defence when Kosi returns.
- Ryan Gamble was pretty disappointing from a DT/SC perspective – he struggled to win much ball in a Riewoldt-centric forward set-up, and was smothered by Scarlett, which didn’t help things. Expect him to get better, especially when Kosi returns.
- Corey Enright was the star of the show, making amends for his pathetic performance against the Saints in the NAB cup. Mopped up everything off half-back and ran all over a slow looking Milne.
- Jimmy Bartel stood up when it mattered, racking up the majority of his disposals in the second half. Doesn’t look hampered by injury like he was in 2010, so should be a great premium choice for those that have him in 2011.
- Mitch Duncan was really impressive, playing mainly across half-forward with time in the middle. He’s certainly not afraid to win his own ball and competes hard. Took a couple of nice marks in the forward line too, which surprised me. Should be a consistent inclusion in the Cats team this year.
- Joel Selwood is one low score which can’t be blamed on the player – suffered a horrendous head-high bump in the first quarter (at which point he had the highest DT-score on the ground!), which put him out for the remainder of the game. There are doubts he will play next week either, but should bounce back pretty quickly from it.
Collingwood vs Port Adelaide:
- Dane Swan wanted to make a point that he is worth every cent of his massive asking price, and did exactly that! Racked up an incredible 34 disposals and three goals, making those who don’t own him have a very close look in the mirror.
- Chris Dawes was fantastic up forward and is starting to make a pretty strong statement that he could legitimately one day be considered a premium forward – he is a dominant, high scoring side, can take a strong grab and is a great shot at goal.
- Andrew Krakouer started pretty slow, playing in the forward line, but showed his great ball-winning ability when swung to the midfield in the third quarter. He is looking better and better each time he plays, so I hope you have him in your squad!
- Simon Buckley showed very little sign of the form he had through the NAB series – many coaches will have selected him based on the hope he will keep his spot, but I feel they will all be quite disappointed come round 2. He didn’t get a stat in the first quarter and won most of his ball once the game was over in the last quarter.
Adelaide vs Hawthorn:
- Phil Davis, gee he was impressive! Did some very clever things with the ball, whilst also being quite effective on Buddy. If I were a Crows fan, I wouldn’t care at all for the loss of Bock, due to the great form this kid is showing in his place!
- Rory Sloane was really impressive, playing his typical role as a high half-forward, tackling anything that comes near him! Unfortunately though, scans on Sunday have shown him to have a broken thumb and he will be sitting out the next four weeks.
- Patrick Dangerfield was largely ineffective for the first half, but lit up in the third quarter with three very important goals to help the Crows over the line. I am a little concerned about his permanent forward role though.
- Jason Porplyzia went down very early with a shoulder dislocation. Shoulder injuries have troubled him for a while now, so there will be much talk at the Crows this week whether to book him in for a reconstruction and hence see him miss most of the year – personally I see this as the likely option.
- Sam Mitchell dominated possession through the middle in Hodge’s absence, and should really find himself positioned here through most of the year. He has always been a consistent top-end dream teamer, so should be another great option this year if you are in need!
- Cyril Rioli was good – I didn’t think he was at his best, but he still racked up both a DT & SC ton. He played a lot of time forward with bursts in the middle – he should be in line for a massive year regardless though.
- Buddy Franklin was quite disappointing, especially after having a huge pre-season. He kicked a very ordinary 2.6, but what was especially frustrating was his five frees-against!
- Cameron Bruce was another to disappoint with his defensive role in the backline. Even when he had the ball he looked poor, squashing any dreams his owners may have had for a midfield berth. I am personally pretty worried that this sort of score may prove the norm for Bruce this year, rather than an anomaly.
Brisbane vs Fremantle:
- Jack Redden – I love this kid and how he goes about it. He is a tough-as-nails midfielder who doesn’t get the credit he deserves. Won just the 20 disposals, but his 13 tackles was easily the highest of the game. Stunning!
- Claye Beams was really impressive in the two quarters he had a chance to show his wares. He came on very early as a sub and launched straight into it, kicking a beautiful goal with his second kick. Unfortunately he hurt his hip and so spent a lot of the game on the bench – word is he will be right to go in round two though.
- Jonathan Brown was totally KOed by McFarlin’s knee, totally smashing his face in, ala James Hird. He will require a face reconstruction, likely putting him out for around 2 months – certainly not what the Lions need!
- Brent Staker was another casualty from the game, after impressing early with his run from defence. Scans on Monday will likely confirm an ACL rupture, putting him out for the year.
- Aaron Sandilands took about a quarter and a half to adjust into the game, and then from then on he was easily the dominant big-guy on the ground, racking up a whopping 41 disposals and 22 possessions.
- Nick Lower was very good, often found running the ball up the wing. He’s certainly not afraid of the hard stuff and knows how to rack up the ball. Looks in for a big year, so I hope you didn’t miss him in your team!
- Nat Fyfe played his much-publicised role through the midfield and was fantastic, although he did handball a bit much from a DT perspective. He finished with 29 disposals and was often used behind the ball, so won a lot of ball that way. Should be in for a pretty big year if he can keep this role up.
- Rhys Palmer was quite disappointing, being a surprise victim of the sub when he was taken off in the third quarter. He did cop a blow to the head, but would likely have been able to come back on later. I know that Kristian was less than impressed!
Essendon vs Western Bulldogs:
- David Hille, despite going into the game with huge doubts on his fitness, was massively influential, teaming with Paddy Ryder to dominate in the ruck. Hille racked up 27 disposals and 7 marks for the game, proving his case to be considered alongside Cox and 211 when selecting your ruck division.
- Jobe Watson was another star of the game, smashing Matthew Boyd at the contested ball, which is a feat in itself. He finished the game with a whopping 35 disposals and two goals. Could be an inspired pick this year as he has proven in the past his ability to be consistent.
- David Zaharakis to me is a little overrated, but he certainly proved me wrong in this game with his electric pace and tenacity across the HFF being one of the reasons the Doggies could never get the ball past half-back. Finished with a pretty good-looking stats sheet too.
- Michael Hurley surprisingly didn’t come to the party, despite being stood by the first-gamer, Markovic. He still kicked two goals, but have very little else to do with the result.
- Callan Ward was one of only a couple of dogs who could walk away happy with their game. He really dug deep to do all he could for the win, pulling in 21 disposals and 7 tackles.
- Robert Murphy played off half-back as he did last year. I think this is a good role for him as far as DT and SC go – he manages to win a fair amount of ball and can certainly use it well. If he can stay injury free, he could be a good point of difference to other teams in your league.
- Adam Cooney started very strong, but faded as the game went on, tiring after a very small pre-season. He will improve as the season progresses, so don’t jump off him just yet.
- Thank God no one got sucked into Barry Hall this year – his best is well past him and I really can’t imagine him having too much impact this year. Looks like he has lost some of his once-famous pace.
Melbourne vs Sydney:
- Jack Grimes was one of the best for the Dees, continually worked to be the loose man in defence. He racked up 23 touches and generally used them well. Davey often moved into defence too, meaning that there wasn’t so much attention on Grimes from the opposition. May it continue!
- Brent Moloney was impressive in the middle, especially in the second half when the game was there to be won. Won stacks of contested ball, although his ball use sometimes let him down.
- Luke Tapscott was really impressive in his first game, shifting between HB and HF. He has a booming kick and his quads are the size of the goal posts! Was certainly good enough to keep his spot!
- Brad Green was pretty disappointing. He won a fair amount of ball, but his use at times was atrocious, often handing off hospital passes. He is certainly not one to write off, but I was far from impressed with him in his first hit out of the year.
- Ryan O’Keefe looked back at his best, running through the midfield, rather than on a HFF. Was largely unnoticeable for most of the game, but won plenty of ball and used it pretty well when he did get it.
- Adam Goodes was great for the first half, looking like he would mark anything that came his way. Unfortunately, he faded a bit in the second half and I was a little surprised he wasn’t moved to the midfield when the game was on the line.
- Sam Reid was very impressive in his debut game, taking a couple of strong grabs and kicking a goal before being subbed off at ¾ time. Should be given the chance of keeping his spot.
- Andrejs Everitt looked good at the start, but won very little ball to be a good DT option in the end. Grundy provided the most run from HB, leaving Everitt with a purely defensive role.
West Coast vs North Melbourne:
- Dean Cox would have been licking his lips when Goldstein, North’s only ruckman, was a late withdrawal. For the first three quarters, Cox chopped, winning stacks of ball and hitouts. He cramped later in the game and was made to rest forward, but not before he was clearly the highest DT scorer on the ground!
- Andrew Embley was very good on the wing and didn’t turn the ball over as much as he typically does! I wouldn’t pick him, although he has been a proven performer in the past.
- Beau Waters was great off half-back if you play DT, not so good if you are a SCer. He wins plenty of ball, but turns it over pretty badly sometimes. He will be in very few teams this year, but I reckon he is still a very good bet – could be worth considering as a left-field option.
- Mark LeCras looks set to miss a lot of footy after appearing to badly rip his groin, with suggestions he could have ripped it from the bone. Not good news at all for the young star!
- Andrew Swallow continues to prove himself as an elite DTer, winning stacks of ball through the middle, whilst breaking a tag in the process. Loves the hard stuff and is rarely beaten one-on-one. Could be another great left-field choice.
- Robbie Tarrant was fantastic in the backline, curbing the influence of Kennedy. He was often the receiver of the bail-out kick, so won’t always have such good looking stats, but he certainly competes well and puts himself in the right positions. Hopefully he can stay on the park.
- Cameron Pederson was a revelation in his debut game, switching between the ruck and half-back. He won some really tight contests in the backline and continually made good decisions with the ball. Whilst beaten one-on-one with Cox, the kid will surely be given more chances after impressing in his debut.
- Shaun Atley was pretty quiet in his first outing, but if you have him don’t be too concerned by his slow start. Whilst he didn’t do a lot, what he did do he did well and should get plenty more chances.
Well… Week one is nearly over and all Dream Teamers and Supercoach’s are beginning to learn the outcome of their hours of decision-making this pre-season. Some will be happy, and others livid.
Did you have Chris Yarran, Joel Selwood, or maybe weren’t home in time to get rid of Daniel Connors?
Please use the below space to let loose, say your bit and get all that anger off your chest – PLEASE refrain from bad language and anything generally considered ‘offensive,’ as your post will be deleted.
Robbie TARRANT (NTH) $122,500 – More of a SC specialist with his strong contested marking. The Roos have high hopes for him holding down a key back spot for a long time. The only question marks for me are whether or not his problematic shoulders can hold up and if he holds his spot when Grima comes back. I don’t think the latter will be a problem, because I’m sure Tarrant is ahead of Cam Pedersen (see below). Doesn’t accumulate a lot, so not good for DT.
Brodie SMITH (ADE) $108,500 – He was impressive early in the pre-season, but his lack of time on ground in their last practice match against Richmond made me think he wasn’t going to get a look in, but Neil Craig has made no secret that he is a big fan. The potential threats to his position are Brodie Martin and Brad Symes. He wouldn’t be the worst acquisition and is potentially unique.
Cameron PEDERSEN (NTH) $98,400 – I can’t imagine him staying in the team when Grima comes back, which is apparently not too far away. He’s a trap. Avoid.
Cameron GUTHRIE (GEE) $92,500 -Geelong will be looking to blood a lot of kids this year with six players on their list already 30+ and another two turning 30 this year. I’m a bit worried that it’ll be a bit of a revolving door though, which doesn’t necessarily mean Guthrie will get a heap of games in a row. I’m thinking a similar sort of thing Essendon did with Melksham and Colyer last year (a few in the AFL, a few in the VFL).
Cameron O’SHEA (PTA) $92,500 – He’s a solid defender who can run all day. He’s shown an ability to accumulate, but Port have quite a few players out of their side at the moment and guys like Surjan, C.Cornes and Salter not in their Round 1 team his spot could come under threat early on.
Ryan LESTER (BRL) $92,500 – The versatile young tall is a huge favourite of Voss. Nearly every press conference after pre-season matches he gave Lester a pump up. He’s been likened to Ryan O’Keefe and is a similarly superb athlete. There’s not a lot of fanfare over him as a fantasy player, but there’ll be plenty of games for Brisbane kids this year. They’re not that far from full strength either, so he might get a good run at it.
Nick LOWER (FRE) $92,500 – I’ve already written a feature article on him and reckon he’s good for a role as an inside mid for Freo. Safe selection and displayed good scoring potential in the SANFL last year.
Dyson HEPPELL (ESS) $132,500 – His late pre-season form worried me a little bit, but Essendon are pretty keen on him and he’s a talent. His DP capabilities are attractive. Hibberd, H.Slattery and maybe Welsh are the ones not playing this week that could threaten his spot. He’ll be a pretty popular selection, especially with Hibberd injured (I’ve kept faith in Hibberd and still have him FWIW).
Simon BUCKLEY (COL) $97,600 – Has had such an impressive pre-season, but Collingwood is such a strong team that it’ll be hard to keep his spot regardless. I wouldn’t go near him in SC anyway, but even for DT I worry greatly about his job security.
Jesse O’BRIEN (BRL) $145300 – I know very little about Jesse O’Brien except that he was pretty average in his one AFL game last season. Must research today!
Lukas MARKOVIC (WBD) $97,600 – With Brian Lake not sounding too far from a return you would imagine the tall defender will be sweating to keep his spot when Lake is due to return. I’d avoid.
Shaun McKERNAN (ADE) $97,600 – Very talented and versatile youngster. One thing Neil Craig loves is versatility! I can’t help but feel he’s warming Kurt Tippett’s seat though as a forward who can give Maric a rest in the ruck. I’d avoid, but one to watch for the future.
Ryan GAMBLE (STK) $157,800 – The former Geelong player wasn’t getting much of a chance down the highway, but should get more of a go at the Saints. I think his spot is actually pretty safe, but at his inflated price tag you want a bit of scoring power, which he COULD provide, but I’m not liking the look of their forward structure, because it appears he’s their second tall – a role not suited to him. If Koschitzke or Stanley was picked I’d be more keen on him as a third tall, but he’ll get monstered as a second foil to Riewoldt. If you pick him you’ll be eagerly awaiting a second tall forward for the Saints.
Byron SUMNER* (SYD) $97,600 – A talented player with good kicking skills originally from SA. He seemed to struggle in his first year in Sydney. He’s had a pretty good pre-season though and is hopefully finding his feet. Note, he is named on an extended bench. Even if he does make the cut, I reckon he’s one of the last few selected, so is likely to be one of the first out.
Luke TAPSCOTT (FWD) $97,600 – He played as a nippy small forward as a junior, but Tapscott has worked hard to add a midfield string to his bow in his time at Melbourne. The first thing you’ll notice about him is that he’s is a freaking tank! He’s had some injury issues, which worry me a little bit, but he’s got good scoring potential. I’ve always rated him as fantasy relevant. Definitely one to consider.
Cameron RICHARDSON (NTH) $97,600 – I rate him highly. He can accumulate well as a running half back. I wrote a feature article on him earlier in the pre-season, so won’t go into great detail, but I consider him one of the better forward rookie options. Scoring potential not a problem and if his form is good he’ll keep his spot.
Jack DARLING (WCE) $92,500 – I just wrote about him last week, so check that one out. Good bench, or possibly even seventh forward.
Jayden PITT (FRE) $92,500 – He reportedly had a very impressive match in the last round of the NAB Challenge to secure a spot. He’s very lightly bodied with exquisite skills and is likely to be used in an outside sweeping role. I’m not sure how long he’ll hold his spot for though. With the likes of Mzungu, Ibbotson and Hayden out they might feel they need his run out of the back half.
Andrew GAFF* (WCE) $148,500 – He’s had a pretty underwhelming pre-season after entering the system with huge wraps. He’s named on the extended bench and even if he does make the cut, there’s been nothing to indicate he’ll justify his price tag. Dicey job security and you can probably find cheaper options.
Jasper PITTARD (PTA) $97,600 – Another very lightly bodied player. Pittard is a highly skilled and smart player. I’m a bit worried that his body might need a bit more development, but it’ll be a good experience for him. Port have a number of guys out of their potential best 22, which worries me. He’ll be more of a SC player, as he’s more about quality than quantity.
Shane SAVAGE (HAW) $97,600 – It’s his third year in the system and after playing a couple of games late in 2009 he didn’t get a look in in 2010, bringing him back to rookie price. He’s had a good pre-season and scored 81 in their last NAB Challenge match. He could be a sneaky little pick that has flown under the radar. The Hawks only really have Hodge, Guerra and Ellis out of their best 22, but I think he can hold if his form is good.
Rohan BEWICK (BRL) $97,600 – Bewick was getting more and more impressive as the pre-season went on, culminating with a 118 against Gold Coast in their last NAB Challenge match. The Lions seem to have a pretty full strength side and I reckon he’s a good show for not only a lot of early games, but plenty of games all year. He’s got good scoring potential too.
Shaun ATLEY (NTH) $96,500 – Atley looked out of place early in the pre-season, but he picked it up a bit. He started their last NAB Challenge match as a sub, but they received three or four injuries in that game, which in turn has probably given him the opportunity to debut. For that reason, I don’t like his job security. North have a fair few outs and some of them aren’t far from returning. He’s named in the 18 though and avoided the extended bench, so I’m not sure what to make of that, to be honest.
Tom LIBERATORE (WBD) $92,500 – Liberatore is another youngster to be named straight in his team’s starting 18. It’s hard to suggest a young Bulldogs mid would have good job security, because with such fierce competition for spots one or two bad performances could see him get dropped. However, given this chance I reckon Liberatore will take it and is a great chance to hold onto it. His scoring potential is excellent, though you’d have to worry that he could be a sub candidate.
Mitch WALLIS* (WBD) $92,500 – Wallis is a fantasy star in the making, however he is named on an extended bench and a damn imposing bench too. If he makes the cut, a lot like Liberatore he’s a great chance to take his opportunity and hold onto his spot. Scoring potential yes, job security/sub candidacy perhaps a question mark.
Jarrad IRONS (PTA) $80,400 – The Power love Irons. Reportedly they were at a game to scout Conca and just happened to stumble across Irons. He’s a hard working midfielder and has very good skills, but doesn’t really accumulate that much, so perhaps more suited to Super Coach, but at the price is right for DT too! As I mentioned earlier with Pittard, I’m a bit worried by the amount of outs Port have at the moment, but I think he’s a better chance to hold his spot than Pittard.
Andrew KRAKOUER (COL) $139,500 – He’s obviously very well publicised and has been recruited to fill a specific need for Collingwood as a small forward who can push up the ground. DP capabilities, scoring potential and I reckon good job security makes him pretty much a must have.
7.40pm Thursday @ MCG
B: N.Duigan, B.Thornton, C.Yarran
HB: K.Lucas, S.White, J.Russell
C: J.Laidler, B.Gibbs, H.Scotland
HF: A.Walker, J.Waite, K.Simpson
F: E.Betts, S.Hampson, J.Garlett
Foll: R.Warnock, C.Judd, M.Murphy
Int: A.Carrazzo, D.Armfield, E.Curnow, M.Robinson
Emg: A.Collins, L.Henderson, M.Watson
New: Nick Duigan, Ed Curnow
- Blues are missing Jamison, Bower and Kruezer from this team – Henderson is really best-22 too, but is underdone.
- Hampson will likely move for Henderson, unless if he has some great games.
- Thornton and White will likely lose their spots for Jamison and Bower. Kruezer won’t be back for a little while, but he will certainly push Hampson out if Henderson hasnt already.
- Armfield or Robinson are my choices for Sub.
B: C.Newman, A.Rance, L.McGuane
HB: B.Deledio, D.Astbury, R.Conca
C: T.Cotchin, D.Martin, S.Edwards
HF: M.Morton, T.Vickery, S.Grigg
F: M.White, J.Riewoldt, B.Helbig
Foll: A.Graham, D.Jackson, N.Foley
Inter: B.Houli, J.Batchelor, R.Nahas, D.Connors
Emg: B.Nason, J.Post, M.Dea
New: Bachar Houli (Essendon), Shaun Grigg (Carlton), Reece Conca, Brad Helbig, Jake Batchlor
- Moore and Tuck are the big omissions here. Derrickx is injured and I really can’t see him pushing into the team early.
- Tuck, I don’t know why he isnt there… Moore is injured, and you’d think he’ll push Batchelor out.]
- Houli or Connors could be good sub material if they want someone ‘versatile,’ but honestly I reckon Bachelor will get the sub-gig. The issue with all this sub stuff to remember, is not only does one player START the game late, but it means he will replace another player, meaning there will be TWO players effected. Very annoying…
GEELONG CATS V ST KILDA
MCG – Fri Mar 25, 7:45pm
New: Cameron Guthrie (Calder Cannons)
New: Ryan Gamble (Geelong Cats)
COLLINGWOOD V PORT ADELAIDE
ES – Sat Mar 26, 2:10pm
B: Tom Logan, Alipate Carlile, Jackson Trengove
HB: Steven Salopek, Troy Chaplin, Paul Stewart
C: Danyle Pearce, Domenic Cassisi, Matthew Broadbent
HF: Matt Thomas, Justin Westhoff, Kane Cornes
F: Cameron Hitchcock, Jay Schulz, Robert Gray
Foll: Dean Brogan, Travis Boak, David Rodan
I/C: Daniel Stewart, Jasper Pittard, Jarrad Irons, Cameron O’Shea
Emg: Chad Cornes, Michael Pettigrew, Mitchell Banner
New: Jasper Pittard (Geelong Falcons), Jarrad Irons (Perth), Cameron O’Shea (Eastern Ranges)
ADELAIDE V HAWTHORN
AS – Sat Mar 26, 7:10pm
BRISBANE LIONS V FREMANTLE
G – Sat Mar 26, 7:10pm
New: Jayden Pitt (Geelong Falcons), Nick Lower (Norwood)
ESSENDON V WESTERN BULLDOGS
ES – Sun Mar 27, 1:10pm
New: Dyson Heppell (Gippsland Power)
New: Ed Barlow (Oakleigh Chargers), Lukas Markovic (Eastern Ranges (VIC)), Nathan Djerrkura (Geelong Cats), Justin Sherman (Brisbane Lions), Mitchell Wallis (Calder Cannons), Thomas Liberatore (Calder Cannons)
MELBOURNE V SYDNEY SWANS
MCG – Sun Mar 27, 2:10pm
New: Luke Tapscott (North Adelaide)
WEST COAST EAGLES V NORTH MELBOURNE
PS – Sun Mar 27, 4:10pm
West Coast Eagles
B: Brad Sheppard, Darren Glass, Shannon Hurn
HB: Beau Waters, Mitch Brown, Scott Selwood
C: Matthew Rosa, Matthew Priddis, Andrew Embley
HF: Bradley Ebert, Josh Kennedy, Luke Shuey
F: Jack Darling, Nic Naitanui, Mark LeCras
Foll: Dean Cox, Chris Masten, Adam Selwood
I/C: Quinten Lynch, Mark Nicoski, Will Schofield, Patrick McGinnity, Callum Wilson, Ashton Hams, Andrew Gaff
New: Andrew Gaff (Oakleigh Chargers), Jack Darling (West Perth)