With Josh away for this week, I’ve been trusted with continuing on his fine form in the first three rounds this season. Last week’s article didn’t disappoint with Josh highlighting Lachie Neale (177 SC points) as his player to think of as well as popular captain options Patrick Dangerfield (128 SC), Max Gawn (126 SC) … More Storey’s Skippers | Round 4
Here they are; all the major observations from the first weekend of JLT footy. FREMANTLE V COLLINGWOOD Full SuperCoach scores from Fremantle v Collingwood LOOKED GOOD Steele Sidebottom (COLL) $551,700 MID 108 SuperCoach points You don’t come second in the Brownlow if you’re not an absolute star and Sidey had another one of those days … More JLT Series Notes – Week One
Welcome back folks! With SuperCoach BBL done and dusted, our attention turns well and truly towards AFL SuperCoach for season 2019! If you missed my top five premium defenders article, you can check it out here. Below are my top 5 picks for premium midfielders this season. Patrick Cripps ($648,200) Aside from a 54 against … More The Premiums | Midfielders
A very important draft took place this week. No, not the AFLX draft. The SCHQ draft! Our writers went head-to-head to select squads of 15 in 30-second intervals – and a few coaches felt the heat! Here’s how round one of the draft played out: 1. Brodie Grundy – Murray (Mark) 2. Max Gawn – … More SCHQ Draft – How It Played Out
Just like that Round 7 has been completed and we are now 1/3 of the way through the season. Time is flying and with bye rounds approaching this week may prove pivotal with a number of very good downgrade options like Charlie Spargo, Ben Ronke and Kobe Mutch on the bubble just to name a few. However, for those not … More The SCHQ Barometer – Round 7
We are now three rounds into the season and with our first league matches out of the way and players prices starting to rise and fall the SuperCoach HQ Barometer is prepared to turn the heat way up on some underperforming fantasy selections as well as give praise to those that pleasing their owner’s with … More The SCHQ Barometer – Round 3
Jack Macrae. A couple of months ago he was deemed a lock for our forward lines. Now, despite still having a strong ownership, he has fallen slightly out of favour. But I still believe he’s a must-have.
Hey guys, I’ve had a few comments regarding the forward line and our mid-fwd options. I discuss the relevant ones here and a couple that have provoked interest, but should not be considered for SC Classic. Feel free to subscribe to my channel for plenty of SuperCoach content in 2017!