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    Post by ShadowSabre Wed Jun 29, 2022 10:46 am

    Loomer wrote:

    10 ridiculous high amount. Before trades this week I had 2 Matto and Mam plus Hynes and Wishart who neither likely play. Now Matto possibly out few weeks and Gamble named in reserves is worrying for Mam

    If Hynes is only 18th man again (and likely after the big win in game 2) then he will be there surely?

    Yea I am being optimistic with a couple of players like Mam, but I have the following getting me to 10 after trades this week:

    McInnes, Papalii, Barnett, Hughes, Garner, Hynes, Mam, Walters, Kennedy, Ramsay
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    Post by ShadowSabre Wed Jun 29, 2022 10:49 am

    Grant is no chance of playing RD 17 with SOO commitments correct? Just wondering why I have seen him thrown around as a trade in this week
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    Post by Mr Snrub Wed Jun 29, 2022 10:50 am

    I know it's been said a bit around here but this new Lone Scout writer really has no clue what they're on about do they. Check this one.

    Joseph Tapine has been an absolute monster of late but will cost you near $800k as a result of his form. The upside is the minutes — with a hooker and an outside back on the bench, his game time (and likely points output) will be strong. The same goes for Adam Elliott who is out of hooker and back at lock, where his game time will be far more consistent for coaches.

    He's been starting at Lock for the past 5 weeks lol.
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 10:50 am

    ShadowSabre wrote:

    If Hynes is only 18th man again (and likely after the big win in game 2) then he will be there surely?

    Yea I am being optimistic with a couple of players like Mam, but I have the following getting me to 10 after trades this week:

    McInnes, Papalii, Barnett, Hughes, Garner, Hynes, Mam, Walters, Kennedy, Ramsay

    18th man is at game replacement. They don't come back to club now

    Only 20 of top 5000 don't own so him playing or not is irrelevant
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    Post by Milchcow Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:12 am

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    Post by mrbrownstone Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:14 am

    ShadowSabre wrote:Grant is no chance of playing RD 17 with SOO commitments correct? Just wondering why I have seen him thrown around as a trade in this week

    No bad time to get a keeper I guess? I'm tossing up getting him too.

    If the alternative is Mahoney, then he should outscore him from here on out, even accounting for R17 IMO.

    Grant: 59.1 x 9 = 531.9 points

    Mahoney: 48.1 x 10 = 481 points

    Gets tricky obviously if there's some R25 resting shenanigans going on etc.

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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:16 am

    Mahoney isn't good enough or underpriced enough to use trade on for 17 score imo

    Doesn't mean Grant with 74 be is most buy now either though


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    Post by mrbrownstone Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:17 am

    Any thoughts on what to do with this lot?

    Robson
    Haas McInness Lolo
    Tohu Crichton
    Cleary Moses
    Burton Tago
    Hynes Critta Kiraz

    Elliott King Hunt Mam

    Savage Koula Volkman Peoples

    12 (+4) trades, $294k.

    Thinking I can go fairly hard with 12 trades left still, considering something like:

    Hunt, S Crichton, and Peoples to Grant, Pap, and Kennedy. Tossing up whether Tago to Garner is worth it too.

    Not particularly convinced though, any better suggestions?
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:21 am

    mrbrownstone wrote:Any thoughts on what to do with this lot?

    Robson
    Haas McInness Lolo
    Tohu Crichton
    Cleary Moses
    Burton Tago
    Hynes Critta Kiraz

    Elliott King Hunt Mam

    Savage Koula Volkman Peoples

    12 (+4) trades, $294k.

    Thinking I can go fairly hard with 12 trades left still, considering something like:

    Hunt, S Crichton, and Peoples to Grant, Pap, and Kennedy. Tossing up whether Tago to Garner is worth it too.

    Not particularly convinced though, any better suggestions?

    Why sell Scritt. Plays for best attacking team in comp. He can stay in my team with much more tradable options to go
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    Post by Daedalus Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:22 am

    ShadowSabre wrote:Grant is no chance of playing RD 17 with SOO commitments correct? Just wondering why I have seen him thrown around as a trade in this week

    No chance, I’m grabbing Grant this week as Cotter was my only hooker cover. Wanting at least one of Grant and Cook for the run home and the extra $150k can better be spent elsewhere for me
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    Post by Daedalus Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:31 am

    mrbrownstone wrote:Any thoughts on what to do with this lot?

    Robson
    Haas McInness Lolo
    Tohu Crichton
    Cleary Moses
    Burton Tago
    Hynes Critta Kiraz

    Elliott King Hunt Mam

    Savage Koula Volkman Peoples

    12 (+4) trades, $294k.

    Thinking I can go fairly hard with 12 trades left still, considering something like:

    Hunt, S Crichton, and Peoples to Grant, Pap, and Kennedy. Tossing up whether Tago to Garner is worth it too.

    Not particularly convinced though, any better suggestions?

    For me Critta feels like an ideal guy to have as an 18th man come end of the season to cover ctr and wfb. He’s around top 10 average in either position and so could be handy as a loop option if you end up with a red dot wfb/ctr, panthers play Thurs/Friday in 4 of the last 6 rounds.
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    Post by TheWeapon Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:32 am

    Any thoughts on Nicholls as a cashout / R17 cover?
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    Post by my tv broke Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:35 am

    Loomer wrote:

    Why sell Scritt. Plays for best attacking team in comp. He can stay in my team with much more tradable options to go

    s crichton to pap is a pretty clear upgrade.

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    Post by wolfking Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:41 am

    TheWeapon wrote:Any thoughts on Nicholls as a cashout / R17 cover?

    I actually looked pretty closely at him too.
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:50 am

    TheWeapon wrote:Any thoughts on Nicholls as a cashout / R17 cover?

    They mentioned him on Talking League podcast and I agree too expensive for unreliable up and down scorer. Only R17 trades now should be cash out or keeper. Nicholls is neither
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:52 am

    my tv broke wrote:

    s crichton to pap is a pretty clear upgrade.


    I'm not getting Papen 1st game back. He might not be kicking yet. More interested in Mitchell tbh possibly room for both in my team
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    Post by Bethany_B Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:52 am

    Loomer wrote:

    They mentioned him on Talking League podcast and I agree too expensive for unreliable up and down scorer. Only R17 trades now should be cash out or keeper. Nicholls is neither

    Nicholls is the GOAT though, that surely has to count for something Very Happy

    I also noticed that the Lord Seve is at 483k, I should just buy him for meme value
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    Post by White Lightning Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:54 am

    ShadowSabre wrote:Grant is no chance of playing RD 17 with SOO commitments correct? Just wondering why I have seen him thrown around as a trade in this week

    probably people low on trades so they are prioritising
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    Post by my tv broke Wed Jun 29, 2022 11:54 am

    Loomer wrote:

    I'm not getting Papen 1st game back. He might not be kicking yet. More interested in Mitchell tbh possibly room for both in my team

    that's nice. kind of irrelevant to the post though
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 12:01 pm

    Now rumours floating on discord Papen done his ACL at training. Nothing concrete yet. One guy said can confirm my cousin plays NSW Cup and he saw at training.

    I thought Storm teams were QCup? Hmmm fishy


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