Category - 2012 – Round 16
Brad Symes – 129
Sam Kerridge – 103
Lewis Johnston – 100
Tim McIntyre – 91
There were a few impressive performances by Crows listed players in the SANFL. As always, Brad Symes dominated and was named BOG. The best case scenario for him is if the Crows cop a couple of injuries he’s a good back up, because he’s pretty much one of the best players for Central District every week and hasn’t played AFL yet this year. He had 35 touches, ten marks and five tackles.
After missing last week with a slight groin injury Sam Kerridge bounced back with 28 touches and seven marks to crack the ton for the first time this year in a BOG performance. Sturt teammate Tim McIntyre produced seven shots on goal…unfortunately he only kicked one goal, so his wastefulness cost him a massive game. As it was his 14 touches, seven marks and 1.6 was a good follow up from his AFL debut. He would be pretty much relying on an injury to Callinan, Wright or Porplyzia to get another run, you would imagine.
Lewis Johnston moved to equal top goal kicker in the SANFL (31 for the year), kicking 5.1 from 16 touches and eight marks. He’s had a good year at the lower level, but the Crows with few injuries and depth in forward options has been a team too hard to crack.
With Sam Shaw already confirmed out for this week Andy Otten (bye last weekend) and Luke Thompson (21 touches, fifth best for WWT) will be in line for a recall to take on West Coast.
No NEAFL stats available.
Callum Bartlett was named BOG in a huge win against Labrador. Bartlett was used across half forward, instead of his usual role as an inside midfielder. The man who has had a hard time with injuries to kick off his career has had a pretty good run this year and would be lurking in the sort of territory where you’re hoping he doesn’t debut this year just to keep your options for him to be rookie priced in 2013.
Claye Beams, as always was one of the better players, leading the way in the midfield, while Jordan Lisle and Sam Docherty continue to press for their first game in Lions colours. Docherty played a bit more up in the midfield…although it’s getting so late in the year that he’s definitely moved to Bartlett territory where we don’t want him to ruin his 2013 price (remember, with no expansion side next year rookies will be a bit more scarce).
Northern Blues had a bye on the weekend.
Tom Young – 132
Luke Rounds – 119
Peter Yagmoor – 83
It wasn’t a great day for the Pies reserves, as they got a touch up from Geelong after a competitive first half. Tom Young was impressive with 32 touches at 84% efficiency. He provided plenty of outside run and energy, along with five marks and eight tackles.
Luke Rounds was one of their best with 29 touches, six marks and seven tackles off half back. Development coach Mitch Hahn described it as “his best performance” this year.
Silky skilled Peter Yagmoor had 19 touches and kicked a goal mostly playing as an outside midfielder. While his stats don’t jump off the page, the Pies were impressed with the game of Paul Seedsman, who has had an excellent month in the VFL. He had 19 touches and four marks to score 59 AFL Dream Team points.
Their three rucks Wood, Witts and Ceglar got a bit of a touch up from Cats pair Dawson Simpson and Orren Stephenson with the hitout count 73-23.
Brendan Lee – 168
Ariel Steinberg – 92
Jason Winderlich – 90
The big number performer on the weekend was mature aged rookie Brendan Lee with 41 touches (including 17 in the first term), seven marks, nine tackles and a goal. All in all, it was a very solid afternoon to end with 168 AFL Dream Team points. Somehow ABC’s stats people had him down for 25 touches for the match. I think there’s a lesson to do with trust in that.
Henry Slattery was named BOG with 19 touches and eight clearances, in what was presumably a defensive midfield job.
Ariel Steinberg continues some pretty good form with 21 touches and nine marks, while Jason Winderlich moves closer to an AFL return with 20 touches and six marks in his second game since his knee reco last year and following hamstring complications.
Jay van Berlo – 107
Peter Faulks – 93
Josh Mellington – 60
It’s not exactly an all star class of names bouncing around Freo’s reserves at the moment, and certainly not from a fantasy perspective. Jay van Berlo top scored with 107 AFL Dream Team points, accumulating 27 touches, six marks and five tackles for West Perth.
West Perth teammate and ill conceived pre-season smokey by myself, Josh Mellington had his first game back at WAFL Seniors level and had eight touches and six marks to kick 2.2.
Peter Faulks was good in defence for Peel Thunder with 21 touches and eight marks to be named second best, however Anthony Morabito missed with concussion symptoms and has since re-injured his reconstructed knee at training, putting the rest of his 2012 campaign in doubt. Tom Sheridan also didn’t play, as he was a traveling emergency for the Dockers.
First year player Jordan Wilson-King put in a promising display for South Freo with 17 touches and 60 DT points.
Orren Stephenson – 137
George Horlin-Smith – 109
Jonathan Simpkin – 105
Dawson Simpson – 103
Mitch Brown – 95
I suppose you start with the two tap ruckmen both getting an AFL Dream Team ton. It was utter domination in the ruck from the Geelong duo against Collingwood, combining for 73 hitouts. Independently Dawson Simpson’s 40 hitouts and Orren Stephenson’s 33 would’ve beaten the 23 hitouts put up by three Collingwood rucks. Simpson was named sixth best with 14 touches, four marks and four tackles complimenting his taps. The Big O had 19 touches, nine marks and seven tackles. He has scored exactly 300 points in the past fortnight in the VFL.
Jonathan Simpkin continues to rack it up, with 29 touches for his seventh DT ton in his past eight VFL games. He’s in an interesting position, because he turns 25 in October and has had four years in the AFL system (two at Sydney, two at Geelong) and has only played one quarter of AFL footy. At the very least, he’s strong back up, but if he ever did get an extended run his numbers are good from a fantasy perspective.
Mitch Brown’s experiment in defence is continuing to work well, with 22 touches and ten marks (including two contested) on the weekend. While it’s a hard forward line to break into and he hasn’t had much luck there so far in his career this could be a positive move for him.
George Horlin-Smith was named third best with 28 touches, six marks and 2.1 and has had a really promising year for a developing player.
No NEAFL stats available.
Returning from a five week layoff with a foot injury key forward Tom Lynch slotted straight back in nicely, bagging seven goals in their win over Aspley. Depending on how they feel his fitness is going, he’ll be a likely recall to the seniors this week (though it can be hard to change a winning lineup…an unfamiliar concept for the Suns!)
Alik Magin was named second best and kicked two goals to keep his name in front of match committee, while Jeremy Taylor did a good job as a shutdown defender.
In sour news right near the final siren Josh Toy had a sickening head clash with former Brisbane Lion Robert Copeland and had to be assisted from the field. It was said that he was experiencing concussion like symptoms after the game and may be in doubt for this weekend. He has, however, been as active on Twitter as ever this week, so his thumb/phone screen coordination doesn’t seem to be hampered.
No NEAFL stats available.
Even though NEAFL stats aren’t available publicly, Fantasy Freako tweeted this week that Anthony Miles collected just the lazy 52 touches for 179 AFL Dream Team and 212 SuperCoach on the weekend. You’d take that. Miles has played one AFL game, however I’ve heard a little whisper that he is not a coaches favourite (and I’m not talking about Sheedy).
Rookie listed Sam Frost has already been announced as a debutant for this weekend, however he was the #1 rookie pick last year, so is a little pricier than the others. Regardless, I’m not a huge fan of his point scoring potential whichever end of the ground he plays at.
Jacob Townsend returned from his jaw injury and was typically hard at it. I don’t suspect he’d know any other way. Will Hoskin-Elliott did his chances of a recall no harm kicking three goals from the midfield, while Kurt Aylett will be around the mark for a debut after being an emergency for the seniors last week.
Up forward big ruckman Tom Downie kicked four goals, while small forward Gerald Ugle booted three. For those wondering, Jonathan Giles didn’t play, so last weeks absence appears to have been nothing more than a rest. With that said, it’s worth mentioning Andrew Phillips was named second best, though I wouldn’t suspect he’s suddenly ahead of Giles for a game.
Adam Pattison – 109
Tom Schneider – 101
Max Bailey – 80
The story of the day was the return of big Max Bailey. The oft injured ruckman had his first hit out of 2012 after recovering from wrist surgery and acquitted himself very well with eight touches, 25 hitouts and 3.1. Obviously he’ll need a bit more time at VFL level for match fitness, but would hopefully return within a month.
Another big man Adam Pattison was very good playing loose behind the ball and spending some time in the ruck. He had 18 touches, nine marks, 15 hitouts and kicked a goal to be named BOG for Box Hill. I know he’s a reasonably popular selection in fantasy due to his basement price and RUC/FWD eligibility, but I wouldn’t hold your breath for him getting a game with Bailey returning to AFL soon and Luke Lowden also doing well (34 hitouts).
Tom Schneider continues his good 2012 with 29 touches and four tackles, while Taylor Duryea was named second best with 18 touches as a small defender.
Jake Spencer – 116
Jordan Gysberts – 97
Michael Evans – 87
Brent Moloney – 63
Jake Spencer was instrumental in Casey’s come from behind win against Bendigo with 44 hitouts and ten tackles (his tackle number slightly shading his nine possessions) in a BOG performance.
Jordan Gysberts had 25 touches and seven tackles, as he continues to work his way back from a torrid run on injuries in 2012.
A lot of eyes were on Brent Moloney and he performed reasonably with 18 touches and five clearances. Michael Evans returned for his first game in 2012 after a pre-season back injury and didn’t miss a beat with 18 touches, six marks and 2.1. Also on return from injury is Neville Jetta, who was named fifth best with 15 touches in his third game back from the ankle injury that had kept him out for three months.
Cam Pederson – 138
Ben Warren – 116
Ben Mabon – 112
Ben Cunnington – 109
Ben McKinley – 97
Cam Richardson – 96
North Melbourne have more players name Ben or Cam than anyone else in the league. Seriously, aside from the above six there is also Ben Speight and Cam Delaney…they also have three Aaron’s for reference.
Anyway, onto footy related news on their Ben’s and Cam’s it was Cam Pederson who continues to throw his hand up for senior selection with his seventh consecutive AFL Dream Team ton for Werribee. He had 26 touches, ten marks, five tackles and 20 hitouts to be named third best. The doubt over Drew Petrie could open the door for him as a pinch hitting ruck, though Pederson typically plays defence and ruck.
Ben Warren snagged four goals to take his season tally up to 35. Along with this he had 21 touches and nine marks. Next to him Ben McKinley kicked 5.3 from his 14 possessions. Once again, Petrie’s doubt could open the door for these forwards if the Roos opt for a smaller forward line.
For North Ballarat, Ben’s Mabon and Cunnington were impressive. Young ruck Mabon had his best game in his time at the Roos with 35 hitouts and 17 touches. Cunnington was named sixth best with 22 touches, five marks, six tackles and 3.2. For Cunnington, the doubt over Leigh Adams (has anyone heard that he hurt his shoulder?) could maybe be the opening he needs to get back in.
Steven Salopek – 88
Nathan Blee – 59
Jasper Pittard – 53
With such an extensive injury list there isn’t a whole lot going on at SANFL level for the Power. Steven Salopek was the top ball winner of their listed players with 20 touches and nine marks for Port Magpies.
Nathan Blee has been an emergency a few times lately for the Power. The young key defender played the first half in the back line for North Adelaide and then moved forward in the second half where he kicked two goals.
Jasper Pittard got another game under his belt for Sturt with 17 touches. It was his second game back in the SANFL Seniors, after playing three straight in SANFL Reserves after a serious hamstring injury. He’d be getting close to an AFL recall.
Mitch Banner had 30 touches for Port Magpies reserves in his return from an eight week knee injury.
Andrew Browne – 111
David Astbury – 78
It was a quiet weekend for Richmond listed players at Coburg, with only eight in action and not many of them really standing out. Andrew Browne led the way with 18 touches, five marks and 32 hitouts to be named third best.
The only other one of note was David Astbury, who could be of use in Richmond’s defence with Dylan Grimes out for a few weeks. Astbury had 15 touches, six marks and four tackles.
Um, honestly it feels like I should be writing more, but there’s not much not say…
Brett Peake – 91
Jack Newnes – 74
Terry Milera – 71
It’s not a set of numbers that jump off the page from the Saints listed players that played for Sandringham on the weekend. Brett Peake started the game like a house on fire, mostly playing across half back. He finished with 24 touches (however, 21 were in the first half), four marks and four tackles.
Jack Newnes has missed a bit of time lately with a cork to his quad, but in his first game in a month he had 15 touches and kicked two goals, while in what was only Terry Milera’s second VFL game he was wasteful in front of goal kicking 1.4 from his 14 touches.
First year midfielder Jimmy Webster had a good showing and was named amongst the best players with 17 touches and four tackles. He’s had a lot of problems with his shins this year and is pretty raw after some injuries as a junior too. Tom Ledger was solid as well, with 19 touches in more of an outside role this week.
Sydney reserves had a bye.
Bradd Dalziell – 129
Anton Hamp – 91
Andrew Strijk – 82
Brad Dick – 58
There were only five Eagles who played WAFL Seniors on the weekend (if you count Claremont playing Foxtel Cup). With a number of injuries and suspensions, plus two others having a bye it brought their numbers down.
Bradd Dalziell has never really had a problem winning the ball at WAFL level and in his first game back at Seniors after a ten week knee injury he was in his usual touch with 28 touches, eight marks and 3.1. Alongside him at East Freo, Brad Dick continued his comeback from last year’s knee reconstruction with ten touches and 2.1. Andrew Strijk was a bit more wayward in front of goal with 1.3 from his 19 disposals.
Rookie listed Anton Hamp was very good for Claremont in their Foxtel Cup semi final win over Port Melbourne. He had 14 touches, 11 marks and kicked 2.1. The only other player was Gerrick Weedon, who had 10 touches and 44 DT points.
Williamstown had a bye.
DISCLAIMER: If anyone mentions the Richmond vs Gold Coast game, I’ll ban you off the site personally….
But it wasn’t a very good weekend, so again, I write this wrap pretty angrily.
Personally, in Dream Team, I went UP! I know right? Amazing!
The bad news is Dan is catching me, somehow. His team looks god awful.
I also traded in Colin Sylvia this week. Unfortunately he did well, so I couldn’t nominate him for my ‘wiener award’ (or now affectionately known as the ‘Duffield award’) which is the only reason I got him in.
The most frustrating part of the weekend was how LUCKY people got with Lee Spurr being a very late in, and then he got a bloody ton!
To cap it off, Greg Broughton was subbed off for no reason whatsoever apart from Ross Lyon’s crap coaching by sticking him in the forward pocket while Paul Duffield was prancing around kicking the ball into the stands!
Honestly, Greg Broughton would be a star player anywhere else. I’m starting a ‘Greg Broughton to Richmond’ campaign.
I’m sorry if you traded in Chris Judd after my advice. I didn’t take into account the fact he gets excited by pressure points. He did play one awesome game though, so you had that to enjoy.
The guy that keeps on giving is our man Dayne Zorko. Other sites may have told you about James Magner and Tom Couch and Darren Pfeiffer, but we spot the GUNS, and that is what Dayne is. He is a legitimately fantastic AFL player.
Speaking of Tom Couch, what did you guys think? He really struggled after half time, and spent the entire second half in the forward pocket because he couldn’t run the game out. He did lay nine tackles, but his disposal was way off the mark.
Toby Greene continues to dominate. I’m going to argue he is the best 18 year old player in the AFL I’ve seen, statistically anyway. I’d be scared to think what he’d be doing if he played for Collingwood.
Anyway guys, I apologise for the much shorter wrap, back to uni this week, but make sure there’s plenty of discussion to be had below!
A number of seriously highs and lows this weekend. Who were your Winners & Wieners from Round 16? What did you end up scoring?
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Hallelujah!!! It may have taken 15 rounds, and plenty of complaining during that time, but today is a day to celebrate. Finally we will get a chance to see Melbourne rookie Tom Couch line up and make his debut! For those stubborn enough to hold him this long, for your sake, I hope he’s worth it! On that note I thought it’d be a good time to take a look at a few of the possible downgrade options over the next few round as most of us finalise our teams. Having that bench cover is always necessary so its important you get it right!
Mark Baguley DEF/MID
Another mature aged recruit, Baguley has tracked a very similar path to that of former Frankston teammate and now fellow Essendon player Michael Hibberd. And the similarities don’t end there. Baguley has impressed at VFL level playing as a courageous, disciplined defender, often assigned the task of the opposition’s most dangerous small or midsized forward. But like Hibberd, Baguley wins his own ball, and prefers to use it by foot, which is great from a fantasy perspective, averaging 15.5 kicks over his past four games. The Bombers will want the ball in Baguley’s hands as he’s a great kick of the ball and usually makes good decisions. If he wasn’t on the rookie list I think he would’ve debuted much earlier, and I know he was strongly considered as early as round 5. He’s averaged 95.5 Dream Team points in his last four VFL games, and I’m tipping him to finish the year off strongly. Definitely watch Mark Baguley.
Luke Brown DEF/MID
After impressing in the SANFL last year Brown was tipped to debut early for the crows this year, but as we know, breaking into the Adelaide side hasn’t been the easiest task this year. Fortunately Brown gets his chance this week and looks as likely as anyone of nailing down that small/midsized defender role for the Crows. I don’t expect Brown to set the world on fire on the stat sheet, but he will create some run, and for an insurance backman you could do a lot worse. I’ll be watching with interest.
Sam Docherty DEF/MID
Missed out at the selection table this week, but it won’t be long before we see the number 12 draft pick of last year make his debut. Docherty is building into strong form, edging closer to selection by the week after spending much of the first half of the year on the sidelines. He looms an obvious candidate to replace the injured Ash McGrath or Mitch Golby in the backline, a position where Docherty established himself playing in the TAC cup last year. Docherty is a capable of high possession counts and should slot onto the half back flank in the not too distant future. Doesn’t shirk a contest, and loves to run and carry. I think he will prove a viable downgrade option very shortly.
Tim McIntyre FWD/MID
I’ll admit, I’m not yet convinced of his position in the team once Callinan returns, but being elevated off the rookie list must mean they rate him. We’ve already had the benefit of seeing what McIntyre can offer, and kicking 2 goals on debut doesn’t do his chances any harm. He’s eligible as both a forward and midfielder, providing a handy link for those that need it. You could do a lot worse, but this week should tell us more .
Jason Johannisen MID
The Bulldogs are now free to upgrade their rookie midfielder and there is no doubt he will be pressing for selection over the next few weeks. With the Dogs set to miss the finals, I think Johannisen will be given every chance to develop at AFL level. He’s a lightning quick midfielder, links up well and prefers to use the ball by foot. He also finds the ball out in space, averaging 7 marks in his last four games, as well as 4.75 tackles. A real smokie.
Cameron Sutcliffe MID
Like the Bulldogs, it’s looking like Fremantle won’t be seeing September action, so I expect to see more of Cameron Sutcliffe after a promising debut performance last week. He has averaged over 20 disposals, and 14 kicks per game at WAFL level so the potential to score is definitely there. We saw glimpses last week, so hopefully Sutcliffe can hold down his spot and show us something again this weekend.
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The Footy Tragic Show (Full Episode):
NORTH MELBOURNE V CARLTON
ES – Fri Jul 13, 7:50pm
B: Scott McMahon, Scott Thompson, Michael Firrito
HB: Shaun Atley, Nathan Grima, Jamie Macmillan
C: Ryan Bastinac, Daniel Wells, Liam Anthony
HF: Lindsay Thomas, Robert Tarrant, Brent Harvey
F: Lachlan Hansen, Drew Petrie, Matt Campbell
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Andrew Swallow, Jack Ziebell
I/C: Leigh Adams, Samuel Wright, Kieran Harper, Sam Gibson
Emg: Ben Cunnington, Cameron Pedersen, Will Sierakowski
In: Scott Thompson
Out: Luke Delaney
Milestones: Nathan Grima – 50 games
B: Lachlan Henderson, Michael Jamison, Andrew McInnes
HB: Christopher Yarran, Matthew Watson, Aaron Joseph
C: Andrew Collins, Brock McLean, Bryce Gibbs
HF: Mitch Robinson, Andrew Walker, Marc Murphy
F: Jeffrey Garlett, Nick Duigan, Eddie Betts
Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Chris Judd, Andrew Carrazzo
I/C: Heath Scotland, Dennis Armfield, Zach Tuohy, Edward Curnow
Emg: Jordan Russell, Bret Thornton, Kane Lucas
In: Marc Murphy, Lachlan Henderson
Out: Kade Simpson (Jaw), Shaun Hampson (Knee)
MELBOURNE V FREMANTLE
ES – Sat Jul 14, 1:45pm
B: Daniel Nicholson, James Frawley, Luke Tapscott
HB: Joel Macdonald, Tom McDonald, Jack Grimes
C: Jack Trengove, Jordie McKenzie, Jeremy Howe
HF: Ricky Petterd, Jared Rivers, Sam Blease
F: Colin Sylvia, Colin Garland, Brad Green
Foll: Mark Jamar, Rohan Bail, Nathan Jones
I/C: Matthew Bate, Stefan Martin, Jamie Bennell, Thomas Couch
Emg: Jake Spencer, James Strauss, James Magner
In: Brad Green, Mark Jamar, Ricky Petterd, Tom McDonald, Thomas Couch
Out: Lynden Dunn (Suspension), Brent Moloney, Jake Spencer, Jack Watts (Ankle), James Magner
New: Thomas Couch (Grovedale)
B: Antoni Grover, Luke McPharlin, Adam McPhee
HB: Paul Duffield, Michael Johnson, David Mundy
C: Michael Barlow, Ryan Crowley, Clancee Pearce
HF: Tendai Mzungu, Christopher Mayne, Stephen Hill
F: Hayden Ballantyne, Matthew Pavlich, Kepler Bradley
Foll: Jonathon Griffin, Matthew de Boer, Dylan Roberton
I/C: Garrick Ibbotson, Michael Walters, Greg Broughton, Cameron Sutcliffe
Emg: Zachary Clarke, Lachie Neale, Lee Spurr
In: Michael Walters
Out: Nick Lower (Concussion)
PORT ADELAIDE V ESSENDON
AS – Sat Jul 14, 1:40pm
B: Paul Stewart, Alipate Carlile, Jackson Trengove
HB: Darren Pfeiffer, Troy Chaplin, Tom Logan
C: Kane Cornes, Travis Boak, Matthew Broadbent
HF: Danyle Pearce, Justin Westhoff, Andrew Moore
F: Brett Ebert, Daniel Stewart, John McCarthy
Foll: Matthew Lobbe, Bradley Ebert, Matt Thomas
I/C: Jarrad Redden, Aaron Young, Thomas Jonas, Chad Wingard
Emg: Jasper Pittard, Ben Jacobs, Nathan Blee
In: Matt Thomas, Jarrad Redden, Daniel Stewart
Out: Jacob Surjan (Glute), John Butcher (Hip), Ben Jacobs
B: Dustin Fletcher, Cale Hooker, Mark Baguley
HB: Kyle Hardingham, Jake Carlisle, Michael Hibberd
C: Ricky Dyson, Jobe Watson, Courtenay Dempsey
HF: Dyson Heppell, Scott Gumbleton, Alwyn Davey
F: Leroy Jetta, David Hille, Cory Dell’Olio
Foll: Tom Bellchambers, Brent Stanton, Ben Howlett
I/C: Nathan Lovett-Murray, Kyle Reimers, David Myers, Jake Melksham
Emg: Sam Lonergan, Tayte Pears, Alex Browne
In: Scott Gumbleton, Tom Bellchambers, Cory Dell’Olio, Mark Baguley
Out: Heath Hocking (Suspension), Sam Lonergan, Patrick Ryder (Calf), Michael Hurley (Hamstring)
New: Mark Baguley (Frankston/Langwarrin Junior)
RICHMOND V GOLD COAST SUNS
CAZ – Sat Jul 14, 4:40pm
B: Luke McGuane, Alex Rance, Chris Newman
HB: Bachar Houli, Ben Griffiths, Matt Dea
C: Shaun Grigg, Trent Cotchin, Brandon Ellis
HF: Brett Deledio, Shane Edwards, Robin Nahas
F: Tom Derickx, Jack Riewoldt, Addam Maric
Foll: Ivan Maric, Reece Conca, Shane Tuck
I/C: Kelvin Moore, Jake Batchelor, Steven Morris, Brett O’Hanlon
Emg: Angus Graham, Jeromey Webberley, Brad Miller
In: Kelvin Moore
Out: Matthew White (Suspension)
Gold Coast Suns
B: Matt Shaw, Matthew Warnock, Jarrod Harbrow
HB: Daniel Stanley, Jared Brennan, Trent McKenzie
C: Michael Rischitelli, Karmichael Hunt, Aaron Hall
HF: Harley Bennell, Charlie Dixon, Liam Patrick
F: Campbell Brown, Sam Day, Brandon Matera
Foll: Zac Smith, Josh Caddy, Gary Ablett
I/C: Maverick Weller, Dion Prestia, David Swallow, Josh Hall
Emg: Tom Hickey, Jackson Allen, Kyal Horsley
In: David Swallow, Aaron Hall, Josh Hall
Out: Joel Wilkinson (Ankle), Tom Hickey, Kyal Horsley
New: Josh Hall (Curra Swans AFC)
BRISBANE LIONS V ST KILDA
G – Sat Jul 14, 7:40pm
B: Josh Drummond, Joel Patfull, Ryan Harwood
HB: Elliot Yeo, Matt Maguire, Jed Adcock
C: Pearce Hanley, Daniel Rich, Jack Redden
HF: Jack Crisp, Jonathan Brown, Dayne Zorko
F: James Polkinghorne, Daniel Merrett, Aaron Cornelius
Foll: Ben Hudson, Tom Rockliff, Andrew Raines
I/C: Simon Black, Todd Banfield, Patrick Karnezis, Rohan Bewick
Emg: Amon Buchanan, Claye Beams, Ryan Lester
In: Simon Black, Todd Banfield, Aaron Cornelius, Matt Maguire, Elliot Yeo
Out: Cheynee Stiller, Niall McKeever, Claye Beams, Ryan Lester, Joshua Green
B: Jarryn Geary, Tom Simpkin, James Gwilt
HB: Sean Dempster, Sam Fisher, Sam Gilbert
C: Nick Dal Santo, David Armitage, Beau Wilkes
HF: Ahmed Saad, Nick Riewoldt, Jason Gram
F: Stephen Milne, Justin Koschitzke, Arryn Siposs
Foll: Ben McEvoy, Lenny Hayes, Leigh Montagna
I/C: Clinton Jones, Adam Schneider, Farren Ray, Sam Dunell
Emg: Brett Peake, Jamie Cripps, Daniel Markworth
In: Sam Dunell
Out: Jack Steven (Club Suspension)
New: Sam Dunell (Bendigo Bombers/Old Melburnians)
Milestones: Jason Gram – 150 games
GEELONG CATS V COLLINGWOOD
MCG – Sat Jul 14, 7:40pm
B: Joel Corey, Tom Lonergan, Matthew Scarlett
HB: Harry Taylor, Josh Hunt, Corey Enright
C: Andrew Mackie, James Kelly, Taylor Hunt
HF: Billie Smedts, Tom Hawkins, Steven Motlop
F: Paul Chapman, Josh Walker, Allen Christensen
Foll: Trent West, Joel Selwood, Steve Johnson
I/C: Mathew Stokes, Jackson Sheringham, Mitch Duncan, Cameron Guthrie
Emg: Dawson Simpson, Jordan Schroder, Jordan Murdoch
In: Steve Johnson, Jackson Sheringham, Harry Taylor, Mitch Duncan, Josh Walker
Out: Jimmy Bartel (Suspension), David Wojcinski (Hamstring), Dawson Simpson, Mitch Brown, Jordan Murdoch
New: Jackson Sheringham (Geelong VFL), Josh Walker (Geelong U18)
B: Heritier O’Brien, Nathan Brown, Chris Tarrant
HB: Nick Maxwell, Ben Reid, Alan Toovey
C: Simon Buckley, Dale Thomas, Jarryd Blair
HF: Scott Pendlebury, Chris Dawes, Heath Shaw
F: Dayne Beams, Travis Cloke, Tyson Goldsack
Foll: Darren Jolly, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
I/C: Martin Clarke, Ben Sinclair, Alex Fasolo, Jamie Elliott
Emg: Tom Young, Kirk Ugle, Paul Seedsman
In: Scott Pendlebury, Nathan Brown, Chris Tarrant
Out: Sharrod Wellingham (Suspension), Jackson Paine, Marley Williams (Shoulder)
Milestones: Heritier O’Brien – 150 games, Alan Toovey – 100 games, Jarryd Blair – 50 games
GWS GIANTS V ADELAIDE
SK – Sun Jul 15, 1:10pm
B: Adam Kennedy, Phil Davis, Shaun Edwards
HB: Curtly Hampton, Chad Cornes, Sam Darley
C: Tom Scully, Callan Ward, Adam Treloar
HF: Toby Greene, Jeremy Cameron, Devon Smith
F: Nathan Wilson, Israel Folau, Jonathon Patton
Foll: Dean Brogan, Stephen Coniglio, Steve Clifton
Emg: Kurt Aylett, Jonathan Giles, WIlliam Hoskin-Elliot
In: Steve Clifton, Sam Darley, Israel Folau, Tom Scully, Dean Brogan, Luke Power
Out: Tomas Bugg, Jonathan Giles (Rested), Andrew Phillips, Adam Tomlinson, Tim Mohr, James McDonald (Rested)
New: Steve Clifton (Nth. Ballarat Rebels U18)
B: Sam Shaw, Ben Rutten, Brodie Martin
HB: Brodie Smith, Daniel Talia, Brent Reilly
C: David Mackay, Patrick Dangerfield, Bernie Vince
HF: Richard Douglas, Ricky Henderson, Rory Sloane
F: Jason Porplyzia, Kurt Tippett, Matthew Wright
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Scott Thompson, Nathan van Berlo
I/C: Chris Knights, Ian Callinan, Luke Brown, Josh Jenkins
Emg: Andy Otten, Tom Lynch, Tim McIntyre
In: Ian Callinan, Luke Brown, Josh Jenkins
Out: Michael Doughty (Neck), Shaun McKernan (Jaw), Tim McIntyre
New: Luke Brown (Norwood)
WESTERN BULLDOGS V HAWTHORN
B: Tom L. Williams, Brian Lake, Robert Murphy
HB: Ryan Hargrave, Lukas Markovic, Justin Sherman
C: Daniel Cross, Matthew Boyd, Ryan Griffen
HF: Lindsay Gilbee, Tory Dickson, Christian Howard
F: Luke Dahlhaus, Ayce Cordy, Shaun Higgins
Foll: William Minson, Thomas Liberatore, Liam Picken
I/C: Jason Tutt, Nathan Djerrkura, Mitchell Wallis, Clay Smith
Emg: Jarrad Grant, Patrick Veszpremi, Daniel Pearce
In: Ryan Hargrave, Robert Murphy, Tom L. Williams
Out: Easton Wood (Adductor), Tom Campbell (Soreness), Mark Austin (Thigh)
Milestones: Matthew Boyd – 200 games
B: Matt Suckling, Josh Gibson, Benjamin Stratton
HB: Grant Birchall, Ryan Schoenmakers, Shaun Burgoyne
C: Clinton Young, Sam Mitchell, Liam Shiels
HF: Cyril Rioli, Jack Gunston, Brendan Whitecross
F: Luke Breust, Jarryd Roughead, Paul Puopolo
Foll: David Hale, Brad Sewell, Jordan Lewis
I/C: Thomas Murphy, Kyle Cheney, Isaac Smith, Bradley Hill
Emg: Stephen Gilham, Luke Lowden, Shane Savage
In: Brad Sewell, Shaun Burgoyne
Out: Lance Franklin (Hamstring), Shane Savage
Milestones: Jarryd Roughead – 150 games, Ryan Schoenmakers – 50 games
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B: Adam Selwood, Darren Glass, Eric Mackenzie
HB: Shannon Hurn, Will Schofield, Sam Butler
C: Matthew Rosa, Matthew Priddis, Andrew Gaff
HF: Patrick McGinnity, Jack Darling, Chris Masten
F: Brad Sheppard, Dean Cox, Ashton Hams
Foll: Nic Naitanui, Scott Selwood, Daniel Kerr
I/C: Mitch Brown, Koby Stevens, Jacob Brennan, Thomas Swift
Emg: Lewis Stevenson, Murray Newman, Fraser McInnes
In: Adam Selwood, Mitch Brown, Brad Sheppard, Thomas Swift
Out: Quinten Lynch (Suspension), Luke Shuey (Suspension), Josh Hill (Hamstring), Murray Newman
B: Rhyce Shaw, Heath Grundy, Alex Johnson
HB: Nicholas Smith, Ted Richards, Jarrad McVeigh
C: Nick Malceski, Jude Bolton, Lewis Jetta
HF: Craig Bird, Sam Reid, Ben McGlynn
F: Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Adam Goodes, Ryan O’Keefe
Foll: Shane Mumford, Josh P. Kennedy, Kieren Jack
I/C: Martin Mattner, Daniel Hannebery, Mike Pyke, Andrejs Everitt
Emg: Trent Dennis-Lane, Tony Armstrong, Tommy Walsh
In: Martin Mattner
Out: Tony Armstrong