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    NRL Fantasy 2024 Part 35 - TerMAYnation time

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    Post by Camo123 Wed May 01, 2024 9:39 am

    Milchcow wrote:
    I guess everyone's on Armstrong, but Alaimolo interest people?

    39 without a try on debut is good, although that included 3 Turnovers and a Try Save, so don't think its sustainable level scoring.

    To’a lurking in reserves so could be shootout between him and Naden with To’a back?

    And as mentioned 17 points in unsustainable stats
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed May 01, 2024 9:41 am

    May getting nuked by Robbo has really made my MIDs look rubbish.

    Tohu, Cotter, May, Hughes, Plath, Salmon and Chan at one time was plenty enough. Now trying to find some value at that position to move May on. Not comfortable playing Salmon/Hughes/Chan and Plath is currently cover in the 14-17.

    Currently looking at Fainu and hoping for better games
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    Post by manlybeaver Wed May 01, 2024 9:54 am

    Wtf is Paul Kent doing getting in pub fights at his age currently in hospital with broken ribs and punctured lung
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    Post by mrbrownstone Wed May 01, 2024 9:57 am

    Dolphins have 9 guys currently listed in the Casualty Ward. Do any of them impact Plath on return, or do we think the spot is his?

    Namely, I'm concerned about KBrom. Started lock in R4 + from R22-27 last year.
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    Post by manlybeaver Wed May 01, 2024 9:57 am

    Liverpool_Bulldog wrote:May getting nuked by Robbo has really made my MIDs look rubbish.

    Tohu, Cotter, May, Hughes, Plath, Salmon and Chan at one time was plenty enough. Now trying to find some value at that position to move May on. Not comfortable playing Salmon/Hughes/Chan and Plath is currently cover in the 14-17.

    Currently looking at Fainu and hoping for better games

    Jolliffe if you have the budget
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    Post by BCT05 Wed May 01, 2024 9:57 am

    Liverpool_Bulldog wrote:May getting nuked by Robbo has really made my MIDs look rubbish.

    Tohu, Cotter, May, Hughes, Plath, Salmon and Chan at one time was plenty enough. Now trying to find some value at that position to move May on. Not comfortable playing Salmon/Hughes/Chan and Plath is currently cover in the 14-17.

    Currently looking at Fainu and hoping for better games

    I still like Fainu as an option. Without the sin bin last week it's a good score and he'd be very popular.

    It's kind of one of him or Bateman for me and its hard to go past Bateman when I can make it work.
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    Post by mrbrownstone Wed May 01, 2024 9:58 am

    manlybeaver wrote:Wtf is Paul Kent doing  getting in pub fights at his age currently in hospital with broken ribs and punctured lung

    Must've been satisfying for the other guy.
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    Post by StormTrooper96 Wed May 01, 2024 10:07 am

    Liverpool_Bulldog wrote:May getting nuked by Robbo has really made my MIDs look rubbish.

    Tohu, Cotter, May, Hughes, Plath, Salmon and Chan at one time was plenty enough. Now trying to find some value at that position to move May on. Not comfortable playing Salmon/Hughes/Chan and Plath is currently cover in the 14-17.

    Currently looking at Fainu and hoping for better games

    Robbo’s just looking out for us. Bringing May’s price back down before next year when JWH moves on next year.
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    Post by mickspicks Wed May 01, 2024 10:09 am

    Loomer wrote:Is Mikaele flying under the radar? Surely he gets more minutes this week no Granville. McIntyre played longer than usual covering Chester at CTR

    Tempted.
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    Post by robelgordo Wed May 01, 2024 10:13 am

    my tv broke wrote:

    I was thinking the same ins (Plath and Armstrong).

    I could get both by trading Lussick and Burbo..

    That would mean holding Terrell.. not sure if that makes more sense? Terrell probably dumps a bunch of cash.. But Lussick and Burbo are actual duds. hmm

    A third trade would jsut be terrell to garrick, probably.. but using 3 trades.. ughh. Maybe should jsut do it.

    Terrell is interesting because he could easily be 450k in a month, but he's also an injury away from being a keeper.

    Would be a definite hold in draft, but I think classic format have to play the stock market a bit and sell high-ish? I've definitely considered holding tho
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed May 01, 2024 10:18 am

    BCT05 wrote:

    I still like Fainu as an option. Without the sin bin last week it's a good score and he'd be very popular.

    It's kind of one of him or Bateman for me and it’s hard to go past Bateman when I can make it work.
    Bateman will be coming in aswell. Hopefully getting DPP in 14 will set me up there for the byes.
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    Post by ForanAgainst Wed May 01, 2024 10:36 am

    Think I’ll have to be content with the following trades and team this week. I hope I’m right about not cutting the Cheese.

    Out: TerMay, Levi, Kris In: Plath, Atkinson, Garrick
    Bank: $84k

    Cheese
    Harris, JJ, Curran
    Gus, KPP
    Hynes, Galvin
    Garrick, Iro
    Paps, Walsh, Kiraz

    McInnes, Plath, Salmon, Chester
    Strange, Chan, Atkinson, Hughes

    I’ll let final team lists decide on what I do with the pink fish. If he doesn’t start, Atkinson will jump up there. And if Strange goes to shit again, I think I’ll need to find my double headed coin to decide on who to play between Shoes and Chan.

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    Post by L-Jimmy Wed May 01, 2024 10:43 am

    manlybeaver wrote:

    Jolliffe if you have the budget

    Tempting. I hear he has a voice soft like summer rain, ivory skin, and eyes of emerald green.

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    Post by Loomer Wed May 01, 2024 11:00 am

    Looking at team and thinking might take a chance on Liddle losing a bit of cash. Think he got rolled last week affected his game and was surprised wasn't HIA checked. Then with May to Garrick only trade I can't make another that would displace my current 17 unless Lussick who is there for Mariota loop or keep maybe. If I sell Lussick which might do means another hooker trade later unless I just get Brailey
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    Post by robelgordo Wed May 01, 2024 11:11 am

    manlybeaver wrote:Wtf is Paul Kent doing  getting in pub fights at his age currently in hospital with broken ribs and punctured lung

    He didn't watch out for that tree

    I'm way too invested in this story, my wife basically said to me last night it was like my MAFS, Farmer Wants a Wife, whatever haha

    Anyway between Kent, Hooper, Rothfield and the late Bec Wilson, Daily Tele RL journos have committed more atrocities per capita than NRL players and it isn't even close.
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    Post by Wiremu Trades Gone? Wed May 01, 2024 11:16 am

    robelgordo wrote:

    He didn't watch out for that tree

    I'm way too invested in this story, my wife basically said to me last night it was like my MAFS, Farmer Wants a Wife, whatever haha

    Anyway between Kent, Hooper, Rothfield and the late Bec Wilson, Daily Tele RL journos have committed more atrocities per capita than NRL players and it isn't even close.

    The tree can't disappear
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    Post by Aardvark Wed May 01, 2024 11:21 am

    robelgordo wrote:

    He didn't watch out for that tree

    I'm way too invested in this story, my wife basically said to me last night it was like my MAFS, Farmer Wants a Wife, whatever haha

    Anyway between Kent, Hooper, Rothfield and the late Bec Wilson, Daily Tele RL journos have committed more atrocities per capita than NRL players and it isn't even close.

    Wiremu Trades Gone? wrote:

    The tree can't disappear

    The tree has been executing that type of tackle for years and never hurt anyone before.....exemplary record over a long career
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    Post by Loomer Wed May 01, 2024 11:22 am

    robelgordo wrote:

    He didn't watch out for that tree


    Paul, Paul, Paul of the rumble, watch out for that tree!
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    Post by filthridden Wed May 01, 2024 11:23 am

    manlybeaver wrote:Wtf is Paul Kent doing  getting in pub fights at his age currently in hospital with broken ribs and punctured lung

    Between him and Blake Ferguson, it's a big week for "well him continuing to be a piece of shit comes as absolutely no surprise to anyone"
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    Post by BCT05 Wed May 01, 2024 11:27 am

    Oof Kris up against new recruit Garrick this week, not ideal.

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