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Boomer back in town: Round 4 wrap

Round 4 wrap

Injuries and suspensions cost fantasy coaches some big scores this week but some stars showed their class. The likes of Shaun Burgoyne, Travis Tuck, Darren Milburn and Barry Hall all pulled out after lockout, but how many of you have big bad Barry?

To make matters worse Mitch Robinson and Patrick Dangerfield, who may have been some of your emergencies, didn’t do a lot. It was a fairly low scoring week in comparison to the bumper scores many produced last week, but would most be happy with their scores?

Some key injuries, in particular, to fantasy favourite Hayden Skipworth may force coaches to use yet another trade. Justin Koschitzke may be out for a few weeks and Brent Guerra also tweaked his hammy. Jamie Charman has fallen to the Brisbane ruck curse, he now becomes the second key ruckman injured this year. Who will replace him?

There were quite a few major upsets, namely Port Adelaide leaving the reigning premiers at 1-3, North Melbourne beating Essendon, Richmond falling to new lows against Melbourne and West Coast beating the rampant Doggies by five goals. Simon Black and Matt Thomas have both been sent straight to the tribunal for making contact with umpires, just as Heath Shaw was last week and Jason Akermanis can accept a one-match ban for tripping.

Collingwood 13.12.90 def Brisbane 10.13.73

Collingwood made the most of their extra three-day break to defeat a Lions outfit that looked lost at times. Mick Malthouse showed he still has it, making some key moves that Voss had no answers for.

The Pies were a lot harder at the footy, and it started in the midfield with Scott Pendlebury (135 DT/147 SC), Tarkyn Lockyer (131/146) and Jaxson Barham (122/77) all playing their part in the win. Leon Davis (104/131) kicked three important goals and Josh Fraser (117/128) was again dominant against weaker opposition. Fraser will face tougher competition next week in David Hille, as the Pies take on Essendon.

Bradd Dalziell (123/120) showed his worth with his best performance of the year, with two goals. Simon Black (92/118) went someway to repaying the faith of his coaches with his best game yet, and Jed Adcock (82/96) picked up 25 touches in three quarters of footy.

Star Man: Scott Pendlebury. Had 35 disposals, which included 13 contested. Also had 10 clearances and had six tackles.

Shocker: Daniel Bradshaw (34/18). Played 100% TOG for just seven disposals (efficiency of 43%) and just one shot on goal.

One to watch: Jaxson Barham. Many fantasy coaches and Collingwood fans are getting on him straight away, and rightly so. He played a fantastic game but had nine clangers. Wait one more week for this one.

Sydney 12.12.84 def Carlton 9.13.67

Sydney kept their extraordinary record against Carlton intact with a 17-point victory at the SCG. The Swans have now won the last 12 matches head-to-head.

Jarrad McVeigh (59/105) kicked three for the Swans who were without much of its key forward line (Hall,O’Loughlin). He has recently stepped out his brother Mark’s shadow and made a name for himself. Rhyce Shaw (106/130) played well for 29 touches, only three of which were contested so I presume he got them cheaply. Brett Kirk (96/113) and Martin Mattner (75/108) were also good for the Swans.

For the Blues Jarrad Waite (127/116), Paul Bower (94/154) and Bret Thornton (109/125) got some kick-to-kick action going due to Sydney’s game plan. Bryce Gibbs (103/87) got the job of tagging Adam Goodes (37/76) and he did it well, limiting the dual Brownlow medalist 12 touches and racking up 24 himself. Chris Judd had 30 disposals but he gave away three free kicks, which curbed his fantasy scores a tad.

Star Man: Jude Bolton (95/123). Had just the 19 disposals but laid a game high eight tackles which resulted in some decent fantasy scores.

Shocker: Brendan Fevola (76/26). Had a shocker, just the one fairly decent goal early and then four behinds to have 5.11 in the past two weeks. Had five clangers and a possession efficiency of 43%.

One to watch: Paul Bower. If the Blues continue to kick to kick like they did against Sydney he could be a handy pick-up… or he could return to the wilderness and we may never see him reach these heights again.

Port Adelaide 17.13.115 def Hawthorn 12.13.85

Port Adelaide continued their rise as Hawthorn looked like they could be well have been still on their end of season trip from last year. Port Adelaide had all the answers, as they strode to a comfortable 30-point win at the MCG on Saturday afternoon.

Travis Boak (133/120) and Danyle Pearce (130/92) had 32 and 33 disposals plus 10 and 11 marks respectively, to be the top two Dream Team players on the ground. Warren Tredrea (105/139) continued his awesome purple patch again kicking six goals straight, to prove he can do it against decent opposition. The Cornes pair of Chad (129/124) and Kane (103/68) were also influential, while the Burgoyne pair were absent.

Lance Franklin (92/77) kicked three but didn’t have a great bearing on the

match, well held by Carlile. Garry Moss (120/101) continued his rise as he grabbed 25 possessions plus a goal and 10 marks. Despite getting six kicked on him, Thomas Murphy (88/123) got some decent fantasy scores and Brad Sewell (108/117) played wide of Chad Cornes to have 28 disposals in his return match.

Star Man: Warren Tredrea. Kicked six important goals when the game was on the line, he was the catalyst for the win.

Shocker: Jarryd Roughead (34/31). Hawthorn will need more than that from him if they are to challenge for the flag again, just the seven disposals and no shots on goal.

One to watch: Hamish Hartlett (95/61). Picked up 23 touches in his debut match, proving that the Power taking him at pick number four wasn’t so bad after all.

St Kilda 17.9.111 def Fremantle 4.4.28

If people in Melbourne are calling for Terry Wallace’s head, those on the West Coast will be screaming for Mark Harvey’s. This was an absolute massacre, an 83-point whipping, St Kilda’s second consecutive domination of a Western Australian club. A grand total of four goals is what you would expect from an under-9 match.

Nick Dal Santo (116/136), Leigh Montagna (119/125), Brendon Goddard (104/113) and Clinton Jones (92/121) continued their impressive form, while Farren Ray (102/102) and Sam Gilbert (99/112) got plenty of cheap touches across half back. The only bad news for the Saints was the injury of Justin Koschitzke (8/17), which will have him out for a week.

For Fremantle, Michael Johnson (113/110) and Byron Schammer (108/107) toiled hard and Matthew Pavlich (72/92) cannot be blamed for another average match, the opportunities he was given from the midfield were few and far.

Star Man: Nick Riewoldt (114/146). One week he kicks inaccurately, the next he kicks five straight. Very much a confidence player, this outing should hold him in good stead for the rest of the season.

Shocker: Fremantle. For a side that were listed as a chance for the top eight, to only score a solitary 28 points is ridiculous. The lowest AFL score I can remember for a long time, I’m sure someone will give me an answer in the comments.

One to watch: Kepler Bradley (43/42). If Mark Harvey had any sense he would be the one to watch in the WAFL next week, unless that is what he expects from Bradley.

Geelong 21.8.134 def Adelaide 13.8.86

A Gary Ablett led Geelong and they were too good for a determined Adelaide outfit on Saturday night, winning by 48 points.

The ever reliable fantasy trio of Ablett (155/197), Jimmy Bartel (111/122) and Joel Corey (115/124) were again awesome setting up the win for the Cats. Particularly Ablett, 46 disposals with an efficiency of 85%. Bartel and Corey had 30 and 34 each, while Joel Selwood played well after an early knock to the face.

Tyson Edwards (108/102) was good for the Crows with 25 touches, while Simon Goodwin (85/90) and Scott Thompson (97/106) would have impressed Neil Craig with their run. Andrew McLeod (46/46) was quiet, while Taylor Walker (51/30) and Patrick Dangerfield (39/38) didn’t follow up their performances form last week.

Star Man: G. Ablett. Enough said.

Shocker: Patrick Dangerfield. Largely unsighted and he was filling in for some midfields due to the absences of Tuck and Burgoyne.

One to watch: Tom Lonergan (90/72). He looked good in defence, coming in as the late replacement for Darren Milburn. Will he keep his spot for the game against Brisbane?

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North Melbourne 10.9.69 def Essendon 7.15.57

North Melbourne look to be back to their fighting best with a good win against Essendon. The Bombers had 22-19 scoring shots but were unable to convert when it needed.

Brent Harvey (131/169) looks to have found some form after a horrid opening three weeks. He kicked three goals and had 33 possessions. Lachie Hansen (114/122) looked a lot more comfortable across the back line, Daniel Pratt (113/139) looks to have overcome a fortnight he would rather forget and David Hale (112/127) was good up front, kicking 4.3. Jack Ziebell (87/94) played his best game for North Melbourne with 22 disposals.

Brent Stanton (103/134) was great for the Bombers, but they lacked run and carry through the midfield. Matthew Lloyd (92/98) kicked 3.2, just one short of his 900th milestone and Jobe Watson (91/91) was good but lacked efficiency. David Zaharakis (62/61) had 20 touches and looked good at times.

Star Man: Brent Harvey. Looked in ominous form and the Roos players look to be blocking and playing for him more, a good sign for his fantasy coaches.

Shocker: Michael Quinn (25/26). Didn’t look anywhere near as good as his first match.

One to watch: Ben Warren (64/67). He looked good especially early, one to watch for sure.

Melbourne 14.16.100 def Richmond 13.14.92

Melbourne added a nail into the coffin, getting over the top of the woeful Tigers by eight points in a scrappy contest.

Brad Miller (107/132) booted three in his best for the season, if not his career. Aaron Davey (111/115) continued his great form with 25 meaningful possessions. Brock McLean (102/100) had six tackles and 25 disposals and bad boy Colin Sylvia (96/111) also had his best game for the year, with 19 touches and two majors.

Nathan Foley (90/106) got the better of his match-up with Nathan Jones (55/46), the Tiger had 32 disposals. Joel Bowden (155/176) picked up an easy 44 possessions and Matthew Richardson (125/121) gave his all kicking 4.5. If Richo had kicked truly, could the scoreboard have read differently? We will never know.

Star Man: Joel Bowden. Although he was allowed to roam free and collect 44 disposals, his fantasy coaches wouldn’t have minded one bit.

Shocker: Troy Simmonds (45/33). One of the older players at Richmond, he needs to step up and not get beaten by youngsters such as John Meesen.

One to watch: Andrew Collins (84/54). In just his first game he had 20 touches and booted two goals. Should wait one more week.

West Coast 17.14.116 def Western Bulldogs 12.11.83

West Coast showed that they can perform at home, yet not on the road. The bounced back from a 93 point hammering last week to defeat the previously unbeaten Bulldogs by 33 points.

David Wirrpanda (153/117) returned and had am immediate impact, kicking one goal plus 28 touches, 15 marks and seven tackles. Dean Cox (119/102) is widely regarded as just another on-baller, and he showed that against Sunday with 25 disposals plus 31 hit outs. Andrew Embley (110/115) finally gave his owners something to cheer about and Daniel Kerr (93/143) was again good with 29 possessions.

Shaun Higgins (116/109) proved he will be a keeper with another stellar performance where he kicked four goals. Matthew Boyd (114/126) got the better of Kerr early and finished with 30 disposals and two goals himself. Daniel Cross (94/104), Nathan Eagleton (96/37) and Akermanis (97/102) all did their bit but couldn’t get the Dogs over the line.

Star Man: David Wirrpanda. Read above.

Shocker: Mitch Hahn (44/49). Very quiet, just the 11 disposals.

One to watch: Liam Picken (82/70). Looks like he has consolidated his spot and still has a major upside to make you some cash.

What are your thoughts after Round 4?
Who are you happy with?
Who will you be trading?
What are you doing with Skippy?
How many trades are you using this week?
Is Terry Wallace done?
Can Freo win a game?
All welcome to have your say in the comments below.

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  1. dylan

    April 21, 2009 at 11:34 pm

    keep up the great work m0nty and mitch. Gotta say a year ago when i found this site i thought that some of the features could do with upgrades and i remember m0nty saying its so people with slower net can still view the site and not have to wait forever(worded much better of course). Well im glad you did not change it because half the time im capped these days and its so good been able to check everyones dt scores from all the games and follow them along and then been able to check my dt/sc from the site.


  2. Manikato1

    April 22, 2009 at 12:07 am

    What a load of bulltish you dopey buggers have written about Monty and this site. 90% percent of us would be stuffed without the info on this site especially pre season. Close it down Monty. Then we will see how badly the whinging buggers miss it.

  3. J Edgar Hoover

    April 22, 2009 at 12:33 am

    Too many Damn Communists

  4. Nick

    April 22, 2009 at 12:56 am

    Yep, I too have found this website recently and love it. I would even pay a premium fee to use its service.

    KUDOS to everyone that put effort in here.

    …and to women that complain here, STFU and harden the f@ck up, if not, just leave… your presence will not be missed you twats.

  5. GIbbo

    April 22, 2009 at 1:17 am

    What are your thoughts after Round 4?
    That my eagles are gonna be a force at subi and gablett is a son of a gun

    Who are you happy with?
    lokyer and higgins. bloody good pickups

    Who will you be trading?
    skipworth and palmer

    What are you doing with Skippy?
    traing him for taylor walker so i can upgrade palmer to nicky dal.

    How many trades are you using this week?
    Is Terry Wallace done? yer few more games tho

    Can Freo win a game?
    GOD NO! if they keep playin guys like soloman and kepler there never a chance. btw pav should go bak to adelaide.

    BTW is hartlett for rich a good trade-save 90 grand??

  6. jazz

    April 22, 2009 at 1:26 am

    What are your thoughts after Round 4? I will never put someone other than ablett captain again.
    Who are you happy with? Nick Dal Santo, Josh Drummond, Brendon Goddard and all the cheap people that everyone pretty much has.
    Who will you be trading? Skippy and Robinson soon.
    What are you doing with Skippy? Wait for a bit.
    How many trades are you using this week? 0
    Is Terry Wallace done? He is well done
    Can Freo win a game? Yes, they’ll beat Geelong
    All welcome to have your say in the comments below.

  7. A Cat

    April 22, 2009 at 1:27 am

    Geez !! And you say us Poms whinge !!
    Fair play to M & M for even running the site in the first place. Most people find this site through word of mouth and referral due to all the good work that is done.

    Stop your arguing ladies……

    Personally, I don’t sit on here all weekend as I do have a social life. For those of you that have to complain about not being able to log in on a Friday night, I suggest that you grow some balls, get out of your smelly little bedroom, get to a bar ( im hoping you are legally able to get in a bar ), order a beer and watch the game with your mates and get a life.

    You should then be able to get over a very small problem of not being able to see how many points collingwood players are getting as you are watching the game on tv.

  8. Don Gibson

    April 22, 2009 at 1:55 am

    keeping skippy but dropped J.Riewoldt for buddy. can someone tell me why i choose that hack?

    keep it up monty and co. the silent majority love the site.

  9. ROb_85

    April 22, 2009 at 8:43 am

    long time reader first time poster.

    Thanks monty and mitch!

    Second year player, coming about 2000th in SC thanks to little baby jesus! I have $230000 in the bank. I have made 3 trades already this season.

    My question relates to skippy. I am 5 grand of getting the Volt so I would have to make 2 trades to get him.I have brown and walker on the bench, or should I just use 1 trade and get boomer or chappy (or pretty much anyone)

    What do you reckon?

  10. Heater

    April 22, 2009 at 8:45 am

    Monty & Co – keep up the great work. Cannot beleive some of morons bagging you and getting agro. My advice to the morons: how about turning away from the keyboard, go to the door, open it, walk outside and get some fresh air! All those pizzas and endless hours on the computer are doing you some harm….

    As for Skippy; I’ll be keeping him and review my team next week. Might do a double trade next week: Haselby or T.Tuck to Pendlebury and Skippy to ?? not sure.

  11. Hibbo

    April 22, 2009 at 8:57 am

    @ Gibbo

    Would not trade Rich for Hartlett, Rich will still earn plenty more $$ he could turn out to become a ‘keeper’ the way he’s travelling. Hartlett only played one game, could easily prove to be a fluke score- much like Robinsons and cheney first rd 1 score.

  12. ronl

    April 22, 2009 at 9:00 am

    well said, Cat. Most of these guys come across as smart-ass pimply faced sub teen try-hards with no lives, living their he-man fantasy dreams behind computer screens. Go
    out and kick a footy, if you know how…

  13. wirrapanda

    April 22, 2009 at 9:06 am


    I reckon Monty domminates because he is from a famous movie and likes to get naked.

    As for you clowns that whinge just stop crying while you can about evry god damn thing. This is MONTYS internet site and he can run it as he pleases.

    If he lets it crash on a Friday then better luck to the man he can bloody well do what he wants when he wants.

    On a side note my team is now int he top 5000 on the AFL dream team site but I am trying to work a way out to upgrade haselby.

    I have 90k in th ebank and hasbleby to palm off and looking for an up and commer. All I cqan say is those that didnt get kakour in the forward line would be kicking them selves he has dont great. As for Fraser I am kicking myself 70K fo a ruckman is soooo sexy.

    I love Fraser he is hell good at kicking the ball and he knows how to mark the ball as well. Unlike Lynch who hasnt learnt the art of marking the football yet. As for the pies go all of them I mean I like meat pies the most then a nice hot chicken pie the AFL team I couldnt care much for though.

  14. James

    April 22, 2009 at 9:26 am

    Eagles Smashed Port, Port Smashed Hawks….

    Hawks Vs Eagles….

    now i know footy doesnt work like this…dare we dream?

  15. bummers

    April 22, 2009 at 10:47 am

    happy with GODDDARRDDD, C Cornes, foley ,corey richardson, higgins, macintosh… buddy, deledio,J brown, pav, hodge, mackie, simmonds can all pick up ther Game!
    Skippy to voldt or boomer.
    Fremantle just suck and wont be going anywhere for a few years. even befre the season Stephen Hill over Rich wasa BAD decision.
    Terry will be gone mid season.

  16. Valkorum

    April 22, 2009 at 11:09 am

    What are your thoughts after Round 4?
    That the media are getting worse and worse with all the tiny insignificant bullshit stories they are writing. Also, backline is proving to be an issue again this year.

    Who are you happy with?
    Bryce Gibbs, H-Mac, Daniel Rich, Higgins, Houlihan, choosing Goddard over Fisher.

    Who will you be trading?
    This all depends on team lists. My concerns are my back line. Have Raines, Broughton & Cheney. If Cheney or Broughton (or a rushed back Raines) are named then may hold off on a trade.

    What are you doing with Skippy?
    Putting him on the pine – have Walker and Brown to cover. Still more money to be made from Skippy and he will come back in to the side when fit again.

    How many trades are you using this week?
    Depending on team lists – max 1

    Is Terry Wallace done?
    My opinion is he shouldn’t be sacked mid season because what effect will this have on the players who are all obviously under an enormous amount of pressure (I think the media and general public forget that the players are under just as much pressure to win).

    He should be allowed to finish the season off but if they don’t make the 8 then he is gone gone gone. Richmond would know sometime from about rd 11 if they are looking like making the 8, so they would have plenty of time to look for a new coach (Sheedy, Pagan etc etc)

    Can Freo win a game?
    Yes, but not more than 4 – 6 games. We have a lot of young kids in the team and they need games under their belt. I believe Harvey is doing the right thing and playing the kids and I personally back his decision (not that my opinion has much say at Freo :P).

    I believe that last years recruiting of 14 young kids, the retirement/delisting of old players and not picking up “recycled” players was the first draft in quite a number of years that I think they have done the right thing. Now you have to give these kids a few years and see if they can make the grade and prove that they were the right draft choice.

    Also keep in mind the following players that haven’t played a game yet –
    Mayne – Good young half forward who can move up the ground. Good mark and kick.
    Headland – At his best is a great running player with a great kick. Although he does need to stand up and actually play at his best for more than a few games a year.
    Ballantyne – hasn’t played AFL yet but has proved in the WAFL that he can kick goals. Freo struggle for a second and third option goal kickers behind Pav.

    If you have players in the forward line who can kick goals then that is going to help the morale/confidence of the midfield/half back players trying to get the ball forward and obviously make the team more competitive (from a scoring point of view)

    I believe we are a chance to beat Sydney this week because Sydney like to lock the ball up which would mean less long kicks (which is a weakness in a number of Freo players). Lock it up, have some good marking targets up forward and if they can play in front, take their fair share of marks and convert then we are chance (still don’t know if I can tip Freo though)

    Interesting to see how Jolly goes this week playing against Sandy. Want to see if he still scores big.

    To all the idiots who are having a go at Mitch/Monty… piss off to another web site if this doesn’t cut the mustard for you. You sit on your ass doing a great deal of nothing while the team here put in the work to bring you a great resource for fantasy football.

    Monty/Mitch – great work and to have only a few hours downtime during a server change is a great job seeing as I am assuming that you dont actually host the server yourself.

  17. Frank

    April 22, 2009 at 11:30 am

    Dudes and dudettes:

    Robbie Gray or Shannon Cox as an upgrade from Skippy???

    Robbie looks to be playing out of his skin so can he keep it up? Or perhaps the volatile Daniel Motlop??

  18. Roger

    April 22, 2009 at 11:37 am

    Monty, thanks for the site. I really like the bubble boy posts you did last year and possilbe trades for injured players. Seams there is none of that this year.

  19. Random

    April 22, 2009 at 12:02 pm


    Im pretty sure i read somewhere that Monty makes enough money from this site to not have to have a day job, apologies if i;m mistaken. I’m not whingeing about it, but if most people’s performance in a job had been this low, they wouldn’t be getting away with it scott free.

  20. Daniel

    April 22, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    Just did a double trade

    Haselby –> Beams

    Skippi –> N Revolt

    What do ppl think???

  21. Peter G

    April 22, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    Frank, don’t make any of the moves you suggested. Just awful. Wait on Skippy until you can turn him into a premium (i.e. Robinson – Barham, add the $$ to get someone half decent). If it’s not going to work, downtrade Skippy to a rook, and use the $$$ to upgrade elsewhere. Sideways trading is a mug’s game (barring premium injury or rookie).

  22. moiecoute

    April 22, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    Those people laying into Monty should give themselves a kick in the head.

    He provides the site, a podcast and his opinion.

    If you think you can do better then try do so. If all you want to do is criticise then go to a game and let rip at the umps no Monty.

  23. Tim

    April 22, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    @ Daniel – pretty bad.

    You forced the first trade to enable the Roo upgrade. Haselby will play all year and go well (would be a nice upgrade later in the year). Beams might only last 2-3 more weeks (Sidebottom’s in soon…) and you’ve missed a lot of his price rise. So by default this is almost a 3-trade move as you might have a ‘Beams issue’ shortly. Not good work, buddy.

  24. Chris

    April 22, 2009 at 1:07 pm

    Added to what Tim said Daniel you should never really trade before the teams are announced, you never know when coaches might throw up a surprise or someone might injure themselves at training/get the flu.

  25. m0tny_for_PM

    April 22, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    Fucking hell Mitch, I could get more insight from reading the live scores and painfully hovering my house over those gay little icons.

    I put it to you that you have no formal training in writing. Further, I put it to m0nty that he should be ashamed of himself for letting you cop the above criticism without even a hint of defence. If you’re going to profit from this site, at least provide a service.

    At this point in time, I hope traffic deserts this site and you are forced to steal coupons from people’s mailboxes in order to feed your pizza hut addiction.

  26. Speedy

    April 22, 2009 at 1:19 pm

    Some choice abuse from somebody who can’t even spell the word “monty”.

  27. Daniel

    April 22, 2009 at 1:21 pm

    My reasoning…

    Revolt has gone down what like 60k or somethin…hes only going to go up…beams will get more than 3 more games (Who would replace him at collingwood?…the woods midfeild is shallow as it is)

    Haselby plays for freo…enough said…he was lucky to get what he already has done.

    Skippi will be out for at least 5 weeks and he made me some $$$ already carrying henchell

    p.s i am a collingwood supporter hehehe…


  28. m0nty_for_PM

    April 22, 2009 at 1:22 pm

    No wonder you have no concept of logic!

  29. Tim

    April 22, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    Daniel – it’s a exceedingly bad set of trades that you’ll regret deeply very soon.

    This whole ‘he plays for Freo so he’s shit’ train has really gained steam! Don’t matter if they play for Ballarat 3rds, if they get you more DT points than their price warrants AND if they’re going to play week in week out, you don’t trade them in mid April.

  30. azzacooney

    April 22, 2009 at 1:30 pm

    i got 2171 in dt this week and my 2 trades im thinking of doing this week are this

    skippy out
    barhan im

    hasleby out
    bartel in


  31. ZEDMAN

    April 22, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    had boomer since round 1, lucky i kept him! now its lid’s turn to pull his finger out!

  32. Daniel

    April 22, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    @ TIM

    You are prob right but i think this is as cheap as revolt will get — dont want to miss this opportunity

    Does the fact that im only in SC make ne difference lol


  33. A Cat

    April 22, 2009 at 2:02 pm

    FAO – m0tny_for_PM

    I’m interested in hovering my house over an icon? Please explain.

  34. Narkee

    April 22, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Anyone who has a problem with this site flower off!!

    I for one will be using it as a reference!

    Whingeing bastards!

  35. Narkee

    April 22, 2009 at 2:05 pm

    Oh… and well done Monty. I appreciate your work and contribution to DT and SC!

  36. m0nty_for_PM

    April 22, 2009 at 2:08 pm

    @ A Cat

    I meant during the live scores when you hover your mouse over the icon next to the player to see exactly how many stats they have and what they’ve been doing during the game.

  37. Charlie

    April 22, 2009 at 2:14 pm

    All this BS! Examples of the false sense of entitlement so many people have these days. Nothing a long, deep recession won’t fix. m0nty’s site is fine – thanks m0nty – nothing in this life is perfect.

    DT – here’s a free scrap of independent thought for all those whinging seagulls: Lids is cheap, getting cheaper. Tigers playing awful. Cousins & Cogs back in a week or two, Cotchin not long after that. Will remove/decrease the tag from Lids, will improve the Tigers’ output and also increase the hard ball being fed to Lids as Cogs / Cousins will get it for him. In 3-4 weeks, he’ll probably be the buy of the year. Plan around that.

  38. tom

    April 22, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    @ Dan,
    bad idea trading before the teams are announced mate.

    can anyone give me a heads up on what the news is with heath hocking and if he will play this week.

    dont mind the thinking there either charlie

    and everyone stop whingeing and deal with it

  39. Jonny

    April 22, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    What has Mitch actually done wrong here?

  40. Dicko

    April 22, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    Nothing. But his spalling could do with a bit of work.

  41. Jonny

    April 22, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    Like which words and where?

  42. Jusso

    April 22, 2009 at 10:06 pm

    Leeve Mitch alone im not the smarest bloke and didnot lern alot from his articull but then agian im ownlee in grade for butt mi bro lernt alot hes in grade one, keap up the good work Mitch

  43. Dicko

    April 23, 2009 at 1:31 pm

    Don’t listen to us Mitch. Appreciate your good work.


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