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    NRL Fantasy 2023 Part 58 - I can’t see Cleary through the tears

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    Post by Boozecluez Thu Jun 08, 2023 3:53 pm

    Different sport but anyone remember this player
    For a large human he was pretty mobile

    Probably also kept wellington food industry alive singlehanded too

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    Post by Chewie Thu Jun 08, 2023 3:54 pm

    Rabbits21 wrote:Looking at the top 100 there are 7-9 teams with 12-16 trades left these guys are well placed, DK is one of them I’m backing him to storm home and finish in the top 10 for sure.

    Some are cooked too with only 3-5 trades left I fear for these teams.

    Contrastinghobby wrote:


    Trades are overrated:

    Some players don't need many trades, as they have a 161 point buffer
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    Post by Boozecluez Thu Jun 08, 2023 3:57 pm

    Chewie wrote:



    Some players don't need many trades, as they have a 161 point buffer

    Haha I thought you said Buffet, got sidetracked with cooking and chunky cult heros
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    Post by Chewie Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:02 pm

    Contrastinghobby wrote:

    Haha I thought you said Buffet, got sidetracked with cooking and chunky cult heros

    don't read the forum when you're hungry Razz

    I knew you were going to pull away from the competition, as your team looked to be set-up well compared to the rest
    cheering you on!

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    Post by L-Jimmy Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:07 pm

    what about the Bermudan (?) bloke catching in the gully a few cricket world cups ago


    wait, found him! onya Dwayne Leverock

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    Post by robelgordo Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:11 pm

    L-Jimmy wrote:what about the Bermudan (?) bloke catching in the gully a few cricket world cups ago


    wait, found him! onya Dwayne Leverock

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    If you ever find yourself desperately searching for things to watch on Kayo, and stumble across watching West Indies play international cricket or even the T20 Caribbean Premier League, Rahkeem Cornwall is your man.
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    Post by Welsh Mafia Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:14 pm

    Surely we aren't forgetting the legend that is Rakheem "The Dream" Cornwall?

    Currently 22 years of age and tearing it up in international cricket for the Windies

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    Post by DarkKnight Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:14 pm

    Rabbits21 wrote:Looking at the top 100 there are 7-9 teams with 12-16 trades left these guys are well placed, DK is one of them I’m backing him to storm home and finish in the top 10 for sure.

    Some are cooked too with only 3-5 trades left I fear for these teams.

    I feel a bit out of loop as currently on holiday in Vietnam. Just did the Hang Mua Cave viewpoint in Ninh Binh, hard work with the temps in the mid 30s but definitely worth it for the views.

    I am keen on bringing in Bateman but already owning 3 round 16 edges, it seems a bit of a waste.
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    Post by L-Jimmy Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:15 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    If you ever find yourself desperately searching for things to watch on Kayo, and stumble across watching West Indies play international cricket or even the T20 Caribbean Premier League, Rahkeem Cornwall is your man.


    Awesome - will get into it during the lunch break tonight!
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    Post by L-Jimmy Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:16 pm

    Welsh Mafia wrote:Surely we aren't forgetting the legend that is Rakheem "The Dream" Cornwall?

    Currently 22 years of age and tearing it up in international cricket for the Windies


    Holy hell!


    I mean, when they say someone 'eats spin bowlers for breakfast' I didn't think it was meant literally.
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    Post by Welsh Mafia Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:19 pm

    DarkKnight wrote:

    I feel a bit out of loop as currently on holiday in Vietnam. Just did the Hang Mua Cave viewpoint in Ninh Binh, hard work with the temps in the mid 30s but definitely worth it for the views.

    I am keen on bringing in Bateman but already owning 3 round 16 edges, it seems a bit of a waste.

    In the same boat bro but feel like this weeks the week to get him or he'll slip into the category of the ones that got away. He's either going to take off with his new hybrid role or not, either way he's going up in price.
    Alternative is skip him, and grab iPap in 18 which with his BE is very plausible.

    Feel Bateman's about to go on a good run though, 30 mins in mid a games going to provide a healthy bump to an already very busy player.
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    Post by No Worries Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:23 pm

    Aardvark wrote:Nah, 'cult hero' is just used to describe some dude you can't believe is playing first grade but somehow makes it to between 10 and 50 NRL games and has some other quality that fans relate to.

    Some examples would be someone with limited talent but a striking haircut, a forward who makes 1,000 tackles a game but never scores a try, someone really fast with feet for hands, a player with a 'dad bod' etc etc

    Once they get to around 100 games they become a 'club legend'.

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    Post by No Worries Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:24 pm

    Mulvy wrote:Thanks for the replies lads :ThumbsUp:

    Been super busy at work,  but much appreciated.

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    Post by Finch Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:28 pm

    My team next week is looking like...10 before trades

    Robson
    Edwards|Hopgood
    Bateman|Hosking
    Wakeham|Crossland
    Alamoti|Manu
    Bula


    Also have Preston but can't play him

    (Just posting because someone asked earlier about numbers for next week)


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    Post by Khany Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:28 pm

    Some might remember ex Sri Lanka cricket captain Arjuna Ranatunga.  The King of Chonk.  Faked injuries to get a runner on the field to take his quick singles Very Happy


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    Post by danseels1985 Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:28 pm

    TU:Cleary and Brown to SJ and Moses
    TD:Cleary and Brown to Moses and Yeo
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    Post by Rabbits21 Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:29 pm

    Rabbits21 wrote:Looking at:

    Cleary to Penis
    Burbo to Fainu
    Loiero to Bateman

    Gives me 4 on round 17 bye in Preston, Oloapu, Bula and Bateman but maybe Oloapu will be a round 17 sell?…. I see Loiero to Bateman as a 10 point upgrade. 

    Gives me…

    Liddle
    Haas Horse Tatola
    Bateman Preston
    Moses SJ
    Lemu Penis
    Teddy Manu Bula

    Boyd Hopgood Ponga Fainu
    AJ Oloapu Robson JDB

    Thoughts?

    That’s with 8 trades and 766k spare. 


    Round 16 would have

    Robson
    Hopgood Fainu
    Bateman Preston
    Moses Oloapu 
    Penis
    Manu Ponga Bula

    Thoughts?

    I was keen on Turpin but I mean I already have 3 hookers.

    Or does anyone think I should still get Turpin over Fainu?
    Bump thoughts please? Better to get Turpin?

    Saw on late mail it was either NRL or Fox that Bullemor could start pushing Fainu to bench. That scares me.
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    Post by robelgordo Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:34 pm

    Rabbits21 wrote:
    Bump thoughts please? Better to get Turpin?

    Saw on late mail it was either NRL or Fox that Bullemor could start pushing Fainu to bench. That scares me.

    I wouldn't get Turpin since you already have a R16 hooker. Short-term - you've missed his best score. Longer-term he's not going to relevant for long enough, it's a forced trade at R19/20

    That Bullemor thing seems like speculation. They haven't shown any interest in playing Bully on an edge this year and he sucked there last year
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:37 pm

    Rabbits21 wrote:
    Bump thoughts please? Better to get Turpin?

    Saw on late mail it was either NRL or Fox that Bullemor could start pushing Fainu to bench. That scares me.
    I’m grabbing Turpin this week, just deciding whether it’s for Perham or Bird if he somehow gets cut.

    Too be honest I’d prefer Bird gets cut, makes life easier
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    Post by No Worries Thu Jun 08, 2023 4:41 pm

    Khany wrote:Some might remember ex Sri Lanka cricket captain Arjuna Ranatunga.  The King of Chonk.  Faked injuries to get a runner on the field to take his quick singles Very Happy

    Leave a Mars Bar just short of a length and stump him everytime

    "you can't get a runner for being a fat cnut"

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