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Title: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on December 16, 2021, 01:29:49 pm
Posting Initial  team here for info. 

Def: Lloyd, Stewart, Ridley, Chapman, Wanganeen-Milera, van Rooyen  (Dean, Uwland)

Mid: Macrae, Steele. Oliver, Neale, Taranto, Jarrod Berry, Constable. Hollands  (Bergman, Hobbs, Parker)

Ruck: Naitanui, Grundy, (Preuss)

Forwards: Duncan, Gresham, Rayner, Coniglio, Curnow, Maurice Rioli  (Skinner, Nankervis)

Rookies obviously place holders.
Rucks Nat could be Gawn but bye an issue.
Forwards: So much value still here. eg undecided between Cockatoo and Rayner
Def: D4 is an issue at the moment.
Mids: Can not see 1 -5 changing initially.


Just a slight edit and will now sit on this team for a while. Brought Chapman into D4 as I think may be better value than Logie and adjusted some rookies and brought Rayner in.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on January 25, 2022, 04:27:02 pm
Made a few adjustments and will sit on this team.

With 35 trades think you can take a few risks. Dusty traditionally starts strong and then fades. Went for Dawson over Ridley Dawson Averaged 114 after the byes compared to Ridleys 98. A few adjustments amongst lower price rookies,

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Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on January 25, 2022, 07:57:54 pm
I think we're going to need the extra trades due to Covid but I feel we can all take more risks with our sides. Forward line is mid price madness, but with Dusty as a swing option it looks safe.

Neale at M4 feels right.

I personally think there are better options than Stewart at his price. Same goes with Dawson. We don't know what his role is going to be at the Crows and I think I would rather Ridley/Ryan/Daniel around the same price point. Ridley struggled a little after the concussion and stopped taking as many kickouts. I think if he goes back to that role he is the guy with the biggest upside at the position.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on January 26, 2022, 11:09:27 am
Thanks Matt -
No doubt team will change a lot before season.  Forward price madness is basically all of Gresham, Rayner and Coniglio in my opinion are underpriced due to injury last season eg Started 2021 with 82 and 104 prior to injury, Rayner is running with the mids at the moment, and Coniglio had 9 scores over 100 in 2020.
Defence really doing my head in and apart from Lloyd not sure which way to go so that may change. Trying to put Bias aside but Rich also in consideration especially with the retirement of Birchill as he will now be taking majority of kick ins and the associated play ons.

Good luck for 2022  and yes think we will need the 35 trades but will need to be strategic how we use the Boost,
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on January 26, 2022, 08:01:50 pm
I have considered all those guys in my forward line minus Rioli. I've read Greaham is training with the forwards so he is out for the time being. I feel both Dunkley and Duncan are musts so I have both of them with Rayner, Cogs and Curnow. You're right, the value in the 200k bracket is too tempting to pass up.

Rich is a great pick and one I really like as a POD. I'd have him ahead of Stewart with how important designated kickers can be. I feel like a bunch of guys started chipping into Stewart's share where Rich will get the majority. Crisp and Hall are the other two. Crisp could be this years Laird moving into a poor midfield. Hall has the injury and sub score in his rotation so could be underpriced
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Money Shot on January 26, 2022, 08:57:38 pm


I hadnít actually considered Witts until now but he could very well be a great pick with Miller and Rowell at his feet. Iím running Preuss at R2 at the moment but Witts could be very enticing come round one.

Love the Dawson pick as he will most likely be a POD come round one and could very well start like a house on fire.

Only pick Iím not a fan of is Rioili. Surely Curnow and/or Brodie both have much more potential to score more at that price? I am nitpicking though as the rest of your team is faultless at this stage in the preseason.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on January 30, 2022, 06:16:46 pm
Sitting team at end of January (30/1/2022)
Def: Lloyd, Crisp, Daniel, Sicily, S De Koning, Gould (Dean Kelly)
Mid: Macrae, Steele, Oliver, Neale, Dusty Martin, Rowell, Nick Daicos, Rachelle, (Stephens, Bergman, Clark)
Ruck: Grindy, Witts (Preuss)
Fwds: Duncan, Gresham, Rayner, Coniglio, C Curnow, Hollands (Skinner, Parker)
Cash 60k

Major changes Ridley to Sicily and Constable to Rowell. Monitoring Sicily but initial reports are training well. Brought Curnow in as well.

Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 14, 2022, 06:48:28 pm
Team pending Team announcements -

Hinge may come on for Kelly/De Konning with the other at F7.  $69k cash to play with when teams announced.


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Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 15, 2022, 12:21:05 pm
I actually really like this team and have had some variation of it. Be careful with McGovern, hammy tightness at the end of the game vs the Dees. Xerri might be an easy fix if he is North's R1 with Goldy playing forward
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 15, 2022, 02:07:55 pm
Actually toying with the idea of McCartin forward (dropping McGovern) and Hinge in.  Depends on rookies being named
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: cuz_crew on March 15, 2022, 04:57:40 pm
Everyone is bringing in Paddy McCartin...
According to recent data sets that I have analysed, I'm predicting he will average between a range of 25 - 63.

Rich Miller and Berry are also terrible picks.

Your team is very cookie cutter.

3/10
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: GoldDigger on March 15, 2022, 09:02:17 pm
Everyone is bringing in Paddy McCartin...
According to recent data sets that I have analysed, I'm predicting he will average between a range of 25 - 63.

Rich Miller and Berry are also terrible picks.

Your team is very cookie cutter.

3/10
Loving your frank appraisals of teams and players. Thx cuzzie.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 16, 2022, 05:27:53 pm
After doing some adjustments this round 1 team pending any rookie adjustments,  $60k cash.  McCartin forward may not be set in stone but looks fine atm with JS.
Will ensure I have full playing bench as comfortable with Macrae as C straight out with Dogs playing Thursday or Friday Night for the first 3 rounds

Def: Lloyd, Rich, Crisp, Short, Whitfield, Hinge (Gibiscus, De Koning)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, Ward (Dylan Stephens, MacDonald, Hough)
Ruck: Grubdy, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Rochelle, McCartin, (Baldwin, Dixon)

Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on March 16, 2022, 05:52:54 pm
I'm kinda hoping Dixon doesn't play, torn about the VC situation, only have 12 minutes to decide
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on March 16, 2022, 09:04:53 pm
Ended up putting the C on Macrae, solid enough, no point mucking around with a rolling lockout.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 16, 2022, 11:51:28 pm
After doing some adjustments this round 1 team pending any rookie adjustments,  $60k cash.  McCartin forward may not be set in stone but looks fine atm with JS.
Will ensure I have full playing bench as comfortable with Macrae as C straight out with Dogs playing Thursday or Friday Night for the first 3 rounds

Def: Lloyd, Rich, Crisp, Short, Whitfield, Hinge (Gibiscus, De Koning)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, Ward (Dylan Stephens, MacDonald, Hough)
Ruck: Grubdy, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Rochelle, McCartin, (Baldwin, Dixon)

The backline is almost set. I really like Rich as a POD. Batting with 3 gun mids appears to be a pretty solid structural choice as well.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 18, 2022, 12:08:13 pm
Dropped Lloyd for Hall after him being not named presumably because of COVID. Other option Stewart,  Is Hall a concern coming back from soft tissue injury.

Bias also took over as I had sufficient cash to upgrade Brodie to Rayner.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: arbel on March 18, 2022, 04:23:41 pm
Dropped Lloyd for Hall after him being not named presumably because of COVID. Other option Stewart,  Is Hall a concern coming back from soft tissue injury.

Bias also took over as I had sufficient cash to upgrade Brodie to Rayner.

Hall higher ceiling but comes with the potential for injury
Stewart the safer option but ceiling probably just not as high
Me personally I'd go Stewart but with 35 trades this year can probably afford to go Hall and burn a trade if needed
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 18, 2022, 04:57:44 pm
I'd risk it on Hall. I'm tossing up  between Hall, Rich and Sicily at the moment. I don't mind the Rayner pick either. I just wish he played that last pre-season game so I could get a look at him. It's tough to pick him since he injured himself at the start of the pre-season game last year and didn't play in the one this year. I also worry he will start slow coming off the ACL.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 22, 2022, 08:44:52 pm
Well Rd 1 average.

Rd 1 Score 2,307
Position: 17,984

Rd 1 Team
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, Whitfield, Hinge (Gibiscus, De Koning)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, Ward (Dylan Stephens, MacDonald, Hough)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Rochelle, McCartin, (Baldwin, Dixon)

Bad move with Hayes at R3 and not F8.

Basically think need Martin as a rookie correction this week and looking at 3 options
1) Baldwin to Martin
2) Hough to Martin via Rachelle
3) Hough to Martin via Brodie. 
Think Hough will be gone and leaning towards 3 but will wait on teams to see if any injuries as well.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 23, 2022, 12:15:57 am
I feel Baldwin is Jones 2.0. He will be a super slow burn in that Bombers team. I'd lean towards trading him to Martin. Hough is one I'm willing to wait an extra week. I think Witherden still has one more week on the sidelines. It doesn't look promising that he makes it when he returns
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Sabretooth Tigers on March 23, 2022, 11:14:52 pm
 ???

Martin has a week off because of covid.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 24, 2022, 08:16:08 am
Makes decision easy now, Hold and just wait to see if anything arises from team selections.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 24, 2022, 12:29:55 pm
I'm worried about Hough, Baldwin and Dixon all getting dropped while Ward may get rested with the ankle. There were also reports the Swans might drop Stephens to med sub with Warner and Lloyd due back
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on March 24, 2022, 01:06:20 pm
I'm worried about Hough, Baldwin and Dixon all getting dropped while Ward may get rested with the ankle. There were also reports the Swans might drop Stephens to med sub with Warner and Lloyd due back

One of the reasons I picked Stephens was the fact other clubs were ready to pounce if he was starved of opportunities, can't see it to be honest, Swans aren't that stupid.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 25, 2022, 08:27:13 am
Cripps really putting his hand up to be picked prior to price rise.  So need to think about how on Monday.

Do not like doing this to prems but if Whitfield spuds and can not trust GWS Whitfield down to Hewitt and Berry up to Cripps and a rook Baldwin or others to Martin. Could do that this week dependent on final teams. As has been said Ward could be an issue with Maginness also named.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Sabretooth Tigers on March 28, 2022, 01:53:27 pm
Dropped Lloyd for Hall after him being not named presumably because of COVID. Other option Stewart,  Is Hall a concern coming back from soft tissue injury.

Bias also took over as I had sufficient cash to upgrade Brodie to Rayner.

Hi Ringo. What are your thoughts on Raynor please ? I selected him as a keeper on the premise he would spend most of his time running through the midfield. Is he just being warmed up ? Don't mind holding if he's going to become a mid. Cheers mate.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 28, 2022, 05:08:07 pm
Dropped Lloyd for Hall after him being not named presumably because of COVID. Other option Stewart,  Is Hall a concern coming back from soft tissue injury.

Bias also took over as I had sufficient cash to upgrade Brodie to Rayner.

Hi Ringo. What are your thoughts on Raynor please ? I selected him as a keeper on the premise he would spend most of his time running through the midfield. Is he just being warmed up ? Don't mind holding if he's going to become a mid. Cheers mate.

Good question and as you can see I ditched Rayner as I feel other players had better cash generation at lower prices. He is getting mid time but still getting back to fitness with only 68/75% TOG. So to answer if keeping him could be a slow burn although showing a little bit more each week.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 28, 2022, 05:21:37 pm
Rd 2 Results

Did not trade but moved a few players around eg Hayes Forward and Dixon ruck and switched McCartin back.

Rd 2 Score 2,404
Round 2 Rank 9,691
Overall Rank: 9,011 (up 8293)

Rd 2 Team
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, Whitfield, McCartin (Gibiscus, Hinge)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, Ward (Dylan Stephens, MacDonald, Hough) (Looped Ward and Stephens though)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Rochelle,Hayes, (Baldwin,De Koning)

Trades being considered for Rd 3:
1) Whitfield to Bowey, Ward to Cripps 40k left
2) Whitfield to Hewett, Berry to Cripps and Baldwin to Martin (Need the 3rd trade due to cash shortage and only *k left)
3) Hough to O'Driscoll and Whitfield to Cripps  via O'Driscoll


Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Sabretooth Tigers on March 28, 2022, 05:42:21 pm
Dropped Lloyd for Hall after him being not named presumably because of COVID. Other option Stewart,  Is Hall a concern coming back from soft tissue injury.

Bias also took over as I had sufficient cash to upgrade Brodie to Rayner.

Hi Ringo. What are your thoughts on Raynor please ? I selected him as a keeper on the premise he would spend most of his time running through the midfield. Is he just being warmed up ? Don't mind holding if he's going to become a mid. Cheers mate.

Good question and as you can see I ditched Rayner as I feel other players had better cash generation at lower prices. He is getting mid time but still getting back to fitness with only 68/75% TOG. So to answer if keeping him could be a slow burn although showing a little bit more each week.

Thanks mate. It's just a gut hunch but think I'll hold another 3 weeks and reassess then.If I'm right and hold he will be a very cheap keeper.  ;) ;)
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 28, 2022, 06:24:29 pm
Rd 2 Results

Did not trade but moved a few players around eg Hayes Forward and Dixon ruck and switched McCartin back.

Rd 2 Score 2,404
Round 2 Rank 9,691
Overall Rank: 9,011 (up 8293)

Rd 2 Team
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, Whitfield, McCartin (Gibiscus, Hinge)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, Ward (Dylan Stephens, MacDonald, Hough) (Looped Ward and Stephens though)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Rochelle,Hayes, (Baldwin,De Koning)

Trades being considered for Rd 3:
1) Whitfield to Bowey, Ward to Cripps 40k left
2) Whitfield to Hewett, Berry to Cripps and Baldwin to Martin (Need the 3rd trade due to cash shortage and only *k left)
3) Hough to O'Driscoll and Whitfield to Cripps  via O'Driscoll

That is a really good score. Of those options I would go with number 2. I think you will likely make the Baldwin to Martin trade anyway next week. It frees you up and you get two keepers with the other two trades.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on March 29, 2022, 09:26:58 am
So have decided on these trades using a trade boost after deliberations.

Whitfield to O'Driscoll
Hough to Cripps
Baldwin to Xerri

Till O'Driscoll plays can loop McCartin, Hinge and Gibiscus.
Going up to Cripps moves Rowell to M5 and playing 3 of Berry, JHF, Daicos or Stephens M6 - M8
Bringing in Xerris and till SDK plays able to loop Brodie, Rachelle and Hayes.

Cash left $35k.

Think this also gives me maximum cash generation.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on March 29, 2022, 12:28:52 pm
I'd expect SDK and O'Driscoll to play this week. SDK comes out of concussion protocol and O'Driscoll kicked a really good goal to give Freo a chance late.

I still prefer your Whitfield to Hewett, Berry to Cripps and Baldwin to Martin trades with Hough as a potenial loop in the midfield
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 01, 2022, 04:51:13 pm
After Consideration only did these trades

Whitfield to Xerri
Hough to Cripps

Leaves me with this team:
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, Hinge, McCartin (Gibiscus (E), De Koning)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Cripps Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, (Dylan Stephens (E), MacDonald,Ward) Trust do not have to use e.
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Xerri Rochelle(Baldwin,,Hayes)

33 trades and $34k. 
Decided Baldwin to Martin could wait till next week and have some movement if late outs due to covid
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 04, 2022, 02:35:18 pm
Like Most had a shocking week.

Rd 3 Score 2,073
Round 3 Rank 81,026
Overall Rank: 20,223 (down 11,212)

Rd 3 Team
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, Hinge, McCartin (Gibiscus (E), De Koning)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Cripps, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, (Dylan Stephens (E), MacDonald,Ward)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Xerri Rochelle(Baldwin,Hayes)

33 Trades and $35k

the Good - Cripps, Short, Dunkley, Coniglio and rookies/mid pricers Rowell,Brodie, Xerri, Daicos, Hinge.
The Bad - Back line prems - Rich, Hall, Crisp surely not that bad again this week, Macrae, Neale as C,
The Ugly -Miller, Butters and Rachelle.

 One trade Baldwin to Martin. Rachelle has a B/e of 41 so should not lose any cash by waiting a week to get a second look at Preuss. Watch on Butters this week as well as as was treating as a keeper but now in danger of losing cash,

Players on watch list - Green, Sinclair, Brayshaw, Heeney,
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on April 05, 2022, 12:17:37 am
Sinclair is one I am looking at as well. The unfortunate thing with the backline is I feel we may have a surplus of options. Pendles will get DPP, so will Zorko and I think Lloyd is a must.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 05, 2022, 05:57:18 am
Lloyd"s price is reasonably constant and he will fill one of the last 2 defensive spots and will wait on others,  Daicos may get DPP back as well so in a couple of weeks readjustment may be required.
Not sure whether to cash in Rachelle this week by downgrading to Martin or stick to original plan and Baldwin to Martin,
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on April 05, 2022, 12:46:49 pm
The Bombers gave up a moster score to Stengle in round 1 so I'd hold and dump Baldwin.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Sabretooth Tigers on April 06, 2022, 03:45:36 pm
Sinclair is one I am looking at as well. The unfortunate thing with the backline is I feel we may have a surplus of options. Pendles will get DPP, so will Zorko and I think Lloyd is a must.
 


Agree, Pendles is the one I'm interested in.                        ;)
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 11, 2022, 11:18:37 am
Rd 4 Score 2,256
Round 4 Rank 20,422
Overall Rank: 13,843 (up 6,389)

Final Trades: Stephens/Gibcus to Martin/Bowey

Rd 4 Team
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, Hinge, Bowey  (McCartin (E), De Koning)
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Cripps, Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, (Rochelle (E), MacDonald,Ward)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Xerri , Nick Martin (Baldwin,Hayes)

31 Trades and $6K

the Good - Macrae (C), Crisp, Ne ale, Witts, Brodie, Nick Martin and Nick Daicos.
The Bad -  Xerri, Coniglio (Not ugly due to low price)
The Ugly - Bowey (why did I trade him in), Cripps injury, Hinge injury, Rowell. McDonald and Ward on Bench. My error in not moving Hayes to R3 and Dixon Forward to take advantage of score. Rachele on the pine and unable to get on field.

Waiting on injury reports to decide trades If injuries to Cripps and Hinge minor may hold mnore than 2 weeks the decider, Looking at Hinge/Cripps to O'Driscoll/Taranto leaving 95k in kitty.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 19, 2022, 09:59:23 am
Rd 5 Score 2,077
Round 4 Rank 82,584
Overall Rank: 24,797 (down 10,954)

Final Trades: Ward/Donald to O'Driscoll/Long (Long to be my floating donut.)

Rd 5 Team
Def:Hall, Rich, Crisp, Short, McCartin  Bowey (Hinge, De Koning (E))
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale,  Rowell, Berry, Horne-Francis, Daicos, Rochelle (Cripps, (E), O'Driscoll,Long)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Xerri , Nick Martin (Baldwin,Hayes)

29 Trades $119k

The Good - Macrae (C), Crisp, Neale, Dunkley, Butters, Xerri, Hayes (looped with martin)
The Bad - Witts, Rich, Horn-Francis
The Ugly - Hall (injury), Grundy, Setting up my mid loophole incorrectly resulting in Rachele on field with O'Driscoll on bench costing 51 points.

3 trades this week Baldwin/Hall/Rowell to Rosas/Sicily/Hewett

Next week Hobbs/ S Hayes and Oliver in for Dixon/ J Hayes, Rachelle/Hinge/McCartin, Berry/Bowey
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on April 21, 2022, 07:36:12 pm
I'm not sure if I would go with Hewett at this point. I think the time to grab him was when he was on the bubble if you didn't have him. He has been consistent, but he is pretty expensive. I'd almost rather get an under-priced premo mid for the same cash by moving Daicos back.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 22, 2022, 08:17:45 am
Thanks Matt for all your advice appreciated

For information I have settled on these trades:

Hall/Hinge/Rowell to Stewart/Green/Rosas 
After looking at think I needed a premium defender and whilst Hewett maybe that opted for the proven Stewart, Rosas is a must this week though.

Next weeks trade virtually set Dixon/Bowey/Berry to S Hayes/Hobbs/Oliver.  Then sit for a while.
Playing Daicos at D5 and NcCartin, O'Driscoll, Dekoning at D6
Martin/Hobbs/JHF/Rachelle M8/M9 and loopholing with Long
Grundy/Witts comfortable with although watch on Grundy with Pies still sorting out his true role.
Brodie looking like a keeper and will eventually move to F6 Xerri and Rosas/J Hayes through f5/F6 rill they move.

Bye structure for prems is 5/5/5 so comfortable with that. 23 trades left as well.

Watch going forwrad to complete team:
Defence: Docherty/Sinclair/Lloyd/Zorko/Pendlebury/May
Mids: Steele/ Petracca/Green/Walsh/Keays/Laird/Mills/Bailey Smith/Brayshaw
Rucks: Watching for best 2 to upgrade one to Will probably be one of last upgrades
Fwds: Heeney/Dusty (on return)/Taranto/ De Goey/Lipinski/Treloar


Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on April 22, 2022, 12:12:49 pm
Stewart is a great pick and super consistent. Green I assume is Tom. With Hopper out long term it changes things. Toby back does give Taranto more midfield time so that's one thing to consider.

It's good that you're bye concious as well. Now is the time to start preparing. Witts could also be a keeper with his scoring the way it is
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 23, 2022, 08:39:16 am
Stewart is a great pick and super consistent. Green I assume is Tom. With Hopper out long term it changes things. Toby back does give Taranto more midfield time so that's one thing to consider.

It's good that you're bye concious as well. Now is the time to start preparing. Witts could also be a keeper with his scoring the way it is
Slight trade amendment Hinge/Hall/Rowell to Rosas/Sicily/Steele
Happy after last night and wish I had VCd Steele. Think Sicily will still be in Top 10 Defenders,
Injury to J Hayes assists determining one trade next week - J Hayes to S Hayes.  Hobbs to come in and B/E will decide on downgrade option and Berry up to Oliver.  Hoping Berry increases in value roughly the same amount Oliver decreases,
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 26, 2022, 07:59:15 am
Rd 6 Score 2,275
Round 6 Rank 8,294
Overall Rank: 15,705 (Up 9092)

Final Trades: Hinge/Rowell/Hall to Sicily/Steele/Rosas
Rd 6  Team
Def: Sicily, Rich, Crisp, Short, Bowey, O'Driscoll (McCartin, De Koning )
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Cripps, Steele, Berry,  Daicos, N Martin (Horne-Francis,Rachelle, Long)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Dixon)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, Xerri , Baldwon (Rosas,Hayes)

26 Trades $21k

Good: Sicily, Rich, Crisp, Short, Bowey,Cripps, Steele, N Martin, Grundy, Witts, Dunkley, Brodie (Trades worked well)
Bad: Macrae, Miller, Daicos
Ugly; Butters, Xerri, Baldwin Wrong C Choice contemplated Steele but went with the tried and proven Macrae/Neale.  Unable to adjust trade when Rosas withdrawal announced.

This week No 1 Goal is get Oliver in will be at his lowest price.

Trade I am looking at is:
J Hayes to S Hayes, Rachele to G Clark, Horne-Francis to Oliver pending team announcements, Know Early on Clark but means I keep both Bowey and Berry for a while longer.  Willl have to reassess though if both Baldwin and Rosas not named. Dempsey or Curtis will come under consideration.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on April 26, 2022, 11:57:53 am
Good trades, good week. Clark is a calculated risk given he's a plug and play & if the reward is Oliver then go for it I say.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 26, 2022, 12:52:23 pm
All the planning gets crueled by injury with Grundy now out for a long time.

Trades now J Hayes/Grundy/Rachele to S Hayes/Preuss/Oliver - Could go JHF over Rachele but think JHF may score more based on averages and B/E,  Allows for another week or 2 to assess Clark, Curtis and Dempsey and their JS,

Could get Gawn for Grundy but means I miss Oliver who is a virtual must this week at his lowest price.


Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on April 26, 2022, 01:00:17 pm
All the planning gets crueled by injury with Grundy now out for a long time.

Trades now J Hayes/Grundy/Rachele to S Hayes/Preuss/Oliver - Could go JHF over Rachele but think JHF may score more based on averages and B/E,  Allows for another week or 2 to assess Clark, Curtis and Dempsey and their JS,

Could get Gawn for Grundy but means I miss Oliver who is a virtual must this week at his lowest price.

What happened?
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 26, 2022, 02:11:38 pm
All the planning gets crueled by injury with Grundy now out for a long time.

Trades now J Hayes/Grundy/Rachele to S Hayes/Preuss/Oliver - Could go JHF over Rachele but think JHF may score more based on averages and B/E,  Allows for another week or 2 to assess Clark, Curtis and Dempsey and their JS,

Could get Gawn for Grundy but means I miss Oliver who is a virtual must this week at his lowest price.

What happened?
Grundy out for for up to 12 weeks with a PCL injury.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on April 26, 2022, 02:14:09 pm
All the planning gets crueled by injury with Grundy now out for a long time.

Trades now J Hayes/Grundy/Rachele to S Hayes/Preuss/Oliver - Could go JHF over Rachele but think JHF may score more based on averages and B/E,  Allows for another week or 2 to assess Clark, Curtis and Dempsey and their JS,

Could get Gawn for Grundy but means I miss Oliver who is a virtual must this week at his lowest price.

What happened?
Grundy out for for up to 12 weeks with a PCL injury.

I would be doing Grundy to Preuss in that case, Preuss still extreme value.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on April 27, 2022, 12:33:55 am
All the planning gets crueled by injury with Grundy now out for a long time.

Trades now J Hayes/Grundy/Rachele to S Hayes/Preuss/Oliver - Could go JHF over Rachele but think JHF may score more based on averages and B/E,  Allows for another week or 2 to assess Clark, Curtis and Dempsey and their JS,

Could get Gawn for Grundy but means I miss Oliver who is a virtual must this week at his lowest price.

I'm not too sure about that. He dropped under 600k last year and will put up another clunker at some point. It stings he had such a huge game against Richmond, but if you miss him this week so be it.

I personally think it might be worth running Hayes at R2 this week. If Marshall can't go this week it will be an underdone Ryder and Tom Campbell. Preuss also makes sense as he is still cheap enough, I just don't trust him to stay on the field.

I think you need to fix F6. I would be trying to get Nick Martin back into that spot. If you decide to pass on Preuss and run Hayes at R2 for this week, you could then look at Grundy to Gawn next week. Grundy isn't going to change in price, as long as you have decent coverage for this week that is the main thing

Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 27, 2022, 12:27:14 pm
Thank You

Will stick with getting Preuss for cash generation. Will wait on Oliver with COVID at Dees ro see.  Think I will swap NOD and Daicos playing Daicos at D6,

Will be working at getting Martin back forward. My forward plan was to get Englsih in when he returns
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on April 28, 2022, 08:01:23 pm
With Xerri now being out rejigged trades as follows:

Grundy/Xerri (via Martin)/J Hayes to Preuss/Oliver/S Hayes cash left $129k

Swapped Daicos and O'Driscoll for better scoring,

Will be sound if Rosas plays.

Leaves this team:

(https://i.gyazo.com/55d2c8ee60e6fc7b87c95f5810a5f7b5.png)
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Sabretooth Tigers on April 29, 2022, 01:23:54 pm
 :)
Agree on forwards. Next in for me are Dusty and English and will leave  the rest of the forward line until the rest of my team is finalised.

 ;)
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 02, 2022, 08:43:34 am
Rd 7 Score 2,420
Round 6 Rank 32,839
Overall Rank: 17,030 (down 1,325)

Final Trades: Grindy/Xerri/Hayes to Oliver/Preuss/Hayes
Rd 7  Team
Def: Sicily, Rich, Crisp, Short, Bowey, Daicos (McCartin, De Koning )
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale, Cripps, Steele, Berry, Oliver  (O'Driscoll ,Rachelle, Long)
Ruck: Grundy, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Brodie, N Martin, Rosas (Baldwin,Dixon)

23 Trades $129k

Good: Ceisp, Sicily, Short, Neale, Miller, Cripps, Steele, Witts, Preuss, Dunkley, Coniglio, N Martin
Pass: Rich, Daicos, DeKoning, Oliver,
Bad:  Bowey. JHF, O'Driscoll, Brodie, Butters (Do not know what happened to him in second half though)
Ugly; Berry, Rachele, Rosas, Dixon, Baldwin, Macrae as Captain.

What to do this week
Thinking Rachelle to McComb on the bubble with a B/E of - 41, Dixon to Parker with cash 28k

Leaves me with this team:

(https://i.gyazo.com/adfa5f9cd4a60dd55e12cc5ba38c9943.png)

Depending on teams may do a third trade.

Leaves me with 3 rookies om field Diacos, JHF and Martin + Berry and Bowey

Bye structure Rd 12 5/ (6 if i Include Martin who could be a keeper at F6), Rd 13 5 Rd 14 5 + Bowey and Berry both may be gone by then though,

Now watch injuries etc derail plan.


Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 02, 2022, 07:49:58 pm
Two really good trades. If you use the boost would you jump on Clark early?
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 03, 2022, 07:13:02 am
Two really good trades. If you use the boost would you jump on Clark early?
Good question but may go Curtis on the bubble as well. Leave Clark and Caroll for next week maybe then use cash boost decisions.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 08, 2022, 08:40:53 pm
Rd 8 Score 2,399
Round 6 Rank 4,862
Overall Rank: 10,822 (up 6,208)

Final Trades: Rachele/Dixon to Parker/McComb

Rd 8  Team
Def: Sicily, Rich, Crisp, Short, Bowey, Daicos (McCartin, De Koning )
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale,  Oliver, Cripps, Steele, Berry, J Horne-Francis (O'Driscoll ,McComb, Long)
Ruck: Preuss, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Parker, Brodie, N Martin (Baldwin,Rosas)

21 Trades $24k

Good: Sicily, Crisp, Short, Rich, McCartin. Neale (C), Oliver, Mavrae, Oliover, Cripps.McComb, Witts. Preuss, Hayes, Brodie, Martin,
Pass: Daicos, DeKoning, Parker, Martin, Baldwin
Bad:  JHF, O'Driscoll, Dunkley, Coniglio,
Ugly; Bowey, Berry, Rosas,Butters

Not sure what I will do at this stage.
Maybe just 2 cash grabs. 2 of NOD/JHF/Rosas to Rioli/Hamilton or Carroll. Will be awaiting teams to finalise
Could do a 3 trade though with a boost leaving 1 boost   NOD/JHF/Rosas to Rioli/Hamilton/Petracca
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 08, 2022, 11:08:01 pm
I think I would be trying to upgrade Berry at this point. You can turn him into a premium on any line via DPP.

Also in your team you have Grundy written down as R1, I think it's supposed to be Preuss.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 09, 2022, 07:26:34 am
I think I would be trying to upgrade Berry at this point. You can turn him into a premium on any line via DPP.

Also in your team you have Grundy written down as R1, I think it's supposed to be Preuss.
Thanks Matt. Will be working out who I want to finish mids forwrads defence
Will be looking at these options to finish teams:
Defence: Docherty, Stewart, Pendles, Zorko to fill last 2.  Think the Hewett ship has sailed.
Mids: Boak (as a POD keep watching him to see if he is going to slow down but no sign), Petracca, Parish, Walsh or Tom Green
Fwds: English, Dusty, Treloar  Dylan Moore (POD), Heeney.
Rucks will be luxury trade if needed but happy with Preuss and Witts atm.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 09, 2022, 11:59:33 am
I think Boak might get DPP. He was spending a lot of time at HF with Rozee in the middle. He might be worth grabbing now in anticipation that he does get it
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 09, 2022, 01:09:55 pm
Thanks Matt - Depending on teams thinking these atm - Rosas/O'Driscoll to Hamilton/Rioli - 3rd Trade Berry to ?? Petracca seems to have bottomed out, Boak, Docherty or Stewart, Stewart best for byes though.  Is Rosas though worth keeping given he is only 21.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 09, 2022, 05:22:03 pm
Stewart will drop quite heavily over the next fortnight. The big 180 will come out and the 74 will be in there. I think that is the point he is ripe for the picking.

I'd lean towards Boak or Doc
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 11, 2022, 01:25:39 pm
So pending no late team changes etc her are the trades I am doing:

Bowey/Berry/Horne Francis to Dawson/Rioli/Darcy Cameron.

Went to Dawson mainly because of bye structure - Considered Zorko and Pendleberry as well but concern they may be rested or with age more susceptible to soft tissue injuries.
Punted on Cameron to still make cash with Grundy out and gives me the option to cash out Hayes for a non playing low priced DPP Ruck playing late.  With forwards so inconsistent will probably score just as well.
Went for Rioli over Hamilton as I think his JS is a little better and with the lowest B/E.  Next week Clark will come in for one of the rookies who will be close or below B/E.
Took the opportunity to trade both Bowey and Berry rather than a second downgrade to Hamilton as think rookies still have some cash to make and both Dawson and Cameron imo will outscore Bowey and Berry. 

Current team is:

(https://i.gyazo.com/58e6e0c6fe7fc6f071781d4cbc68c9d3.png)

As i see it need 1 defender, 2 mids to complete team as priority and then look at luxury trades in forwrads.  18 trades left.
Stewart/Docherty to fill Defender spot
Petracca and Boak maybe 2 mids,
Looking at Dusty maybe for forwards if need to upgrades Butters/Cogs who most have.

Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 12, 2022, 06:48:52 pm
I don't know how I feel about Cameron. It does look like you missed most of the carnage. O'Driscoll will need to go at some point with the injury
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 12, 2022, 07:30:34 pm
I don't know how I feel about Cameron. It does look like you missed most of the carnage. O'Driscoll will need to go at some point with the injury
Substituted NOD for JHF when lenghth of injury known.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Carn on May 13, 2022, 06:25:11 pm
Also looking at Cameron this week. Just a few 100s and then trade around the byes. Solid trades, think I will risk zorko upside as we have so many trades left. 
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 13, 2022, 07:04:12 pm
Also looking at Cameron this week. Just a few 100s and then trade around the byes. Solid trades, think I will risk zorko upside as we have so many trades left. 
Thank you also thinking of Zorko instead of Dawson.  Can load up on Rd 14 Prems and then upgrade rd 12 and Rd 13 prems.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 14, 2022, 12:03:24 am
How has Zorko's calf looked? I haven't watched you guys over the last handful of weeks but by the end of the game he was struggling to run and had a significant limp. This is the only thing that has me potentially second guessing the pick
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 14, 2022, 07:44:32 am
He seems to be running more freely these days. Do not think he would have been moved into mids if it was still a concern.  We are guided a lot by medical staff so trust their judgement. He is 32 though and if it is twinged may be out longer.  With the trades we have this year can afford a sideways trade if it happens.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 14, 2022, 09:44:28 am
I have 19 trades with 5 upgrades left and may need 3 potential sideways trades as well (Rich, Butters, Cogs). I think it might be tight as with poor rookies on some lines 1 up and 1 down may not work. Plus late outs through the year with poor coverage could be costly
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 14, 2022, 12:07:45 pm
Thanks for the feedback

Decided on Zorko over Dawson.

Current Team:

(https://i.gyazo.com/56676c57923d5ee5d187042e21b191f8.png)

18 trades
Definite Upgrades required
Def: Daicos to Stewart locked Rd 14 maybe earlier if Daicos bottoms out too much.
Mids: 2 upgrades required. Petracca/Boak/Brayshaw considered

Other players to be considered as Upgrades is not performing well eg Rich, Butters etc
Def: Docherty/Vlastuin/Dawson
Fwds: Smith with DPP/ English

As we know best laid plans can fail

At the moment bye structure is
Rd 12: 10 Keepers (Short, Steel, Cripps, Preuss? Coniglio ? Butters?)
Rd 13:  9  Keepers (Macrae, Miller, Witts, Dunkley, Parker)
Rd 14: 11 Keepers (Sicily, Crisp, Zorko, Neale, Oliver, Brodie, Rich?)

Reasonably comfortable with set up with the 3 def upgardes requiring say 8 trades leaves 10 trades for other upgrades/injuries,
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 14, 2022, 12:53:18 pm
I feel you're in a really good spot with all your rookies and cash gen so those trades could be done quite quickly and you'll make up ground. It's looking good
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 16, 2022, 08:28:12 am
Rd 9 Score 2,201
Round 9 Rank 24,899
Overall Rank: 11.363 (down 541

Final Trades: Bowey, Berry, O'Driscoll to Zorko, Cameron, Rioli

Rd 8  Team
Def: Sicily, Rich, Crisp, Zorko, Bowey, Daicos (McCartin, De Koning )
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale,  Oliver, Cripps, Steele, Martin, Rioli ( J Horne-Francis ,McComb, Long)
Ruck: Preuss, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Parker, Brodie, D Cameron (Baldwin,Rosas)

The Good: Sicily, Crisp, Zorko, Miller, Macrae, Neale, Witts, Preus, Dunkley, Parker, Brodie, Butters
Pass:Rich, Dekonning. McMartin, Daicos. Oliver, Martin, Hayes, Cameron
Bad: Short. Cripps, McComb, Rosas
Ugly: Steele, Rioli (on field) Coniglio Captains choice and injury to Steele now needing to trade,

These trades this week
Rosas, JHF/ Steele - Thompson, Clark and Laird ( OPted for Laird over Petracca, Mills and Parish)

Bye Structure 9/11/10  Prems 5/6/6  (Cogs, Butters, Rich included but may be upgraded with byes in mind) Still have 1 trade boost as well 15 trades.


Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Bully on May 16, 2022, 11:28:08 am
Laird slipping under the radar but would be my first preference as a Steele replacement, rock solid standard deviation.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 16, 2022, 06:28:34 pm
Rd 9 Score 2,201
Round 9 Rank 24,899
Overall Rank: 11.363 (down 541

Final Trades: Bowey, Berry, O'Driscoll to Zorko, Cameron, Rioli

Rd 8  Team
Def: Sicily, Rich, Crisp, Zorko, Bowey, Daicos (McCartin, De Koning )
Mid: Macrae, Miller, Neale,  Oliver, Cripps, Steele, Martin, Rioli ( J Horne-Francis ,McComb, Long)
Ruck: Preuss, Witts (Hayes)
For: Dunkley, Butters, Coniglio, Parker, Brodie, D Cameron (Baldwin,Rosas)

The Good: Sicily, Crisp, Zorko, Miller, Macrae, Neale, Witts, Preus, Dunkley, Parker, Brodie, Butters
Pass:Rich, Dekonning. McMartin, Daicos. Oliver, Martin, Hayes, Cameron
Bad: Short. Cripps, McComb, Rosas
Ugly: Steele, Rioli (on field) Coniglio Captains choice and injury to Steele now needing to trade,

These trades this week
Rosas, JHF/ Steele - Thompson, Clark and Laird ( OPted for Laird over Petracca, Mills and Parish)

Bye Structure 9/11/10  Prems 5/6/6  (Cogs, Butters, Rich included but may be upgraded with byes in mind) Still have 1 trade boost as well 15 trades.

Thompson feels like a wasted pick. Could you maybe look at something like moving Daicos instead of Rosas and bringing in a premo defender? Use McCartin as coverage with SDK in the backline and get rid of Daicos who looks to have hit his ceiling right now.

Laird slipping under the radar but would be my first preference as a Steele replacement, rock solid standard deviation.

This x100. Legitimately contemplated starting him before his injury. He just goes about his business each week. He is probably the last upgrade I'll look at for my midfield.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 16, 2022, 08:14:38 pm
Issue with upgrading Daicos is byes as I can not really afford another prem with Rd 12 and Rd 13 bye. Hoping that Daicos stays around the same and can upgrade him after Rd 12, Want Docherty to finish defence and maybe Rich up to Stewart as luxury trade.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 19, 2022, 03:01:21 pm
Tossing up these two Trades

Trade 1 JHF/Rosas/Steele  to Clark/Thompson/Laird keeping Cogs and can loop with McCartin if Baldwin does not play. Cash left $297k
Trade 2 JHF/Rosas/Cogs to Clark/Thompson/Laird means playing McComb and Clark at M7/M8 with Rioli as only emergency unless Long plays, Nick Martin at F6 and again can loop with McCartin if Baldwin does not play. Cash $136k

Will Cogs do a Butters if I do trade 2 possibly the way my SC is going.

Either Trade leave bye Structure 9/11/10  would prefer to have 20 playing each bye to avoid a Rioli 7.

Can deal with Steele next week if I go trade 2 and SC projections only has a difference of 12 points between both Trades.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Carn on May 19, 2022, 03:56:42 pm
I like trade 1. I am backing in Cogs to rebound under a new system.
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Mat0369 on May 19, 2022, 09:34:19 pm
That's a lot of cash/points to be left on the bench not getting rid of Steele this week. I think he has to go regardless.  If you want to move Cogs I'd put him in place of Rosas/JHF
Title: Re: Ringos 2022 Team Thread
Post by: Ringo on May 20, 2022, 10:39:42 am
Thanks all went with trade 1 giving Coniglio a week more to see the McVeigh effect.

Do I risk Cripps tonight as VC? as a POD seeing Macrae into Neale has been average over the last few weeks.

Hoping to not do any trades next week unless a forced one. Maybe Cogs to Petracca if no change in scoring.

Current Team for Rd 10

(https://i.gyazo.com/bb350abef81557254b4ad5cb48b2c7bd.png)

Happy with team atm with 15 trades remaining.
Trades looking at to Finish -
Def: SDK to Docherty/Hewett and then maybe Daicos to Stewart and Rich to Hewett?Docherty
Mids: Bringing in Petracca and one of Parish. Boak, Keays, Brayshaw
Rucks: No change - Maybe Preuss to Best performing Ruck
Fwds - Smith if gaining DPP and English to come in.

How to get extra cash Hayes to a donut Ruck (Visenti or Williams) with DPP giving coverage with English.  Will look at draw after Rd 12 when released and whichever of Port or Eagles have the most late games will be selected as they will be the VC donut option.
Daicos, McCartin, Martin, Clark, Rioli, Long and Baldwin all downgrade options when needed.
As I see it need a maximum of 8 trades to get all rookies off field then have 7 trades available for upgrades mid pricers eg Cogs, Butters, Cameron.