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    Post by Bethany_B Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:04 am

    Loomer wrote:Now rumours floating on discord Papen done his ACL at training. Nothing concrete yet

    large if factual
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    Post by White Lightning Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:06 am

    Loomer wrote:Now rumours floating on discord Papen done his ACL at training. Nothing concrete yet

    I saw that & the last bit was they were getting Dufty as a replacement so the consensus was it was trolling because who wants Dufty.
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:10 am

    When I point out Storm not NSW Cup the guy said he was joking about the cousin part. Looks fake. Sorry
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    Post by Mr Snrub Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:12 am

    Really unsure who to trade out. Don't like it when players are underperforming but still fit and a risk of going good again when you ditch them.

    Haas can go to IPap or Matterson. High 40 scores isn't an urgent trade but maybe the 72 BE is though.

    No telling for sure what Aitken's scores at centre are going to be like but 629k is a fair bit of money for a pure centre with the opportunity there to move him on to Burton.

    Tago been pretty underwhelming but his DPP is useful and he's worth the least amount of money of my trade out options so there's less value to be had in moving him on.
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    Post by ShadowSabre Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:12 am

    Man, if true you got to wonder if he's destined to just be one of those injury prone guys his whole career. Be a massive shame for the guy, but he doesn't seem like he can catch a break!
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:27 am

    Mr Snrub wrote:Really unsure who to trade out. Don't like it when players are underperforming but still fit and a risk of going good again when you ditch them.  

    Haas can go to IPap or Matterson. High 40 scores isn't an urgent trade but maybe the 72 BE is though.  

    No telling for sure what Aitken's scores at centre are going to be like but 629k is a fair bit of money for a pure centre with the opportunity there to move him on to Burton.      

    Tago been pretty underwhelming but his DPP is useful and he's worth the least amount of money of my trade out options so there's less value to be had in moving him on.  

    Matterson rib injury well publicised and is doubt this week though named. NRL physio tweeted that usual turn around time is 1-3 weeks but as owner I'm hoping for appearance Rd 17. Ipap is highest BE he's been all season around 89 and has last 5 week avg of 54pts and just played edge for Kiwis for 56pts with a try.

    Tago Aitken and Haas all high on my list of trade out candidates this week though Butcher is definitely getting moved no
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    Post by robelgordo Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:35 am

    I'm thinking of keeping Aitken.

    If he averages low 40s, he's still keeper-ish at CTR

    I could get Bird (or Roberts LOL), but not sure extra cash vs used trade/less points per week is worthwhile.

    I also don't have Burton but I also don't have 828k laying around
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    Post by robelgordo Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:38 am

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

    If you're stuck I'd rather get Cheese at a similar price, even scoring like dogshit for fantasy this year he's still got a similar average to Nicholls. With much higher upside, and DPP
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:41 am

    robelgordo wrote:

    If you're stuck I'd rather get Cheese at a similar price, even scoring like dogshit for fantasy this year he's still got a similar average to Nicholls. With much higher upside, and DPP

    Agree. I want to see Cheese starting lock getting more than the 32 mins starting lock last game. If he does I'd consider next week
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    Post by mrbrownstone Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:41 am

    What do people think of Garner? R17 and long-term average in the second row for 50+ minutes is 47.4, so still underpriced.

    Considering a bit of sideways Tago to Garner action.
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    Post by Rabbits21 Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:44 am

    Now looking at Aitken to Frizell (wanna sell Aitken because of his large BE and moved to centre) and Tago to Kennedy would give me 7 round 17 guys and leave a big bank of 474k spare and 7 trades left is this the right move? Can look at Ipap next week for Arrow or Tohu and Trell in if not playing origin. Team below after trades……….

    Mahoney
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    Arrow Angus
    Cleary Moses
    Penisini Burton
    Teddy Hynes May

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    RFM Kiraz Kennedy Koula
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:45 am

    mrbrownstone wrote:What do people think of Garner? R17 and long-term average in the second row for 50+ minutes is 47.4, so still underpriced.

    Considering a bit of sideways Tago to Garner action.

    38 in two 80 min games without tries at edge this season. His big scores come from tries and Tigers possibly worse than previous seasons so I don't think that 47.4 is applicable to now. With Aitken moving to CTR I have to consider though
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    Post by danseels1985 Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:48 am

    How many Haas owners are selling? And is bringing in Hughes a good idea this week?
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    Post by Loomer Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:56 am

    danseels1985 wrote:How many Haas owners are selling? And is bringing in Hughes a good idea this week?

    Quite likely yes to both. Can't deal with another game of 20 odd points coming off injured
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    Post by Aardvark Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:58 am

    Accidently caught a glimpse of Ben Hannant at the weigh in to some comedy bout against Justin Hodges.

    Definitely hasn't been training the house down....unless that house is Pizza Hut
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    Post by lukeayee Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:58 am

    Loomer wrote:

    Matterson rib injury well publicised and is doubt this week though named. NRL physio tweeted that usual turn around time is 1-3 weeks but as owner I'm hoping for appearance Rd 17. Ipap is highest BE he's been all season around 89 and has last 5 week avg of 54pts and just played edge for Kiwis for 56pts with a try.

    Tago Aitken and Haas all high on my list of trade out candidates this week though Butcher is definitely getting moved no

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    Post by my tv broke Wed Jun 29, 2022 5:01 am

    Please dont bring in Hughes. He had a low score in some arbritrary game earlier in the season. Also he has a BE
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    Post by Aardvark Wed Jun 29, 2022 5:07 am

    my tv broke wrote:Please dont bring in Hughes. He had a low score in some arbritrary game earlier in the season. Also he has a BE

    Sound advice...luckily I foresaw this and didn't bring him last round. I got Sexton instead, on the basis he was cheaper, in better form and would outscore Hughes enough to counter his R17 absence.....strong start.
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    Post by Snatchpato Wed Jun 29, 2022 5:08 am

    my tv broke wrote:Please dont bring in Hughes. He had a low score in some arbritrary game earlier in the season. Also he has a BE
    he also has a draw in the next 3-12 rounds
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    Post by Boozecluez Wed Jun 29, 2022 5:08 am

    my tv broke wrote:Please dont bring in Hughes. He had a low score in some arbritrary game earlier in the season. Also he has a BE

    Can you make me a double espresso now please

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