Yes! They’re over. And I doubt anyone will be suffering from post-bye round depression.
My selections last week were solid without being outstanding – Beams (126) and Hannebery (121) were both serviceable and Fyfe (138) is the undisputed king.
There’s some of your tweets and a poll both below, so keep on scrolling!
Josh P Kennedy
It appears that the bye has refreshed the Tank from the Swannies midfield, and looked bad to some solid form (28 touches) last week. Averages 116 in his last three against the Power, who look a little weak right now.
Pendles is famously consistent against all sides, and the Hawks are no exception. I feel like he’s due for a 130+, but it’s just an inkling. Last one was Round 8. Don’t say I didn’t call it.
Nobody can question just how important Deledio is to the Tigers given their last few matches. Lids averages 114 against the Giants and is personally coming off 123 and 117 since his bye.
The Mullet’s form hasn’t been astonishing, but there is one crucial factor in player here. His opponent: GWS. In the Giants’ only match without their Mummy this year, Goldstein scored 150 against them. Ivan could have a similar impact.
Talking about the Big Stein, he’s has been in red-hot form, averaging a remarkable 138 over his last four matches. That of course means he must be considered against the Suns this week. Fun Fact: Goldy has never scored under 100 against Gold Coast.
Josh J Kennedy
This selection is my unique of the week (inaugural I might add), as his side is flying and he’s streets ahead in the Coleman. Just a month ago he scored 148 against the Cats and last year he scored 118 against the Dees, who he has this week.
Well, Nic Nack Paddy Whack, give the dog a bone! Naitanui is finally starting to produce the sort of numbers we all know he’s capable of, which is lucky for the Eagles since they lost their Cox. He’s scored over 140 three times in the last four matches.
The tattooed midfield has risen to fifth in total points for season 2015 on the back of excellent consistency in a struggling side. The Dockers are tough opposition, but Beams’ record against them reads: five matches for a 113 average and a lowest score of 94. Pretty handy.
You’d reckon Patty D would want to make an impression against his 2016 employers. He’s the form midfielder in the comp behind only Fyfe, so it’s a safe bet, especially at home at the Adelaide Oval.
What do I have to say? Until he falters, still a lock as captain. Check out some of the best tweets below ⤵️
This week’s top three selections:
3. Josh P Kennedy
2. Todd Goldstein
1. Nat Fyfe