Has your pre-season, like mine, started a little slowly? Never mind! There’s still lots of time to catch up. Plus, there’s only been a handful of pre-season games with plenty to come. I’ve gone over the tapes, trawled through the stats, and searched social media to see which players put in the most eye-catching performances … More Eye-catching performances from the pre-season
Almost a week after it started Round 5 has finally finished and Round 6 starts tomorrow night with the Dogs and the Blues at Etihad Stadium! As such there isn’t much time for you to ponder what trades you might want to make, and with a couple of popular downgrade options on the bubble this … More The SCHQ Barometer – Round 5
Round 4 has come and gone and what a tough week it was. A number of popular players who had performed well in weeks 1-3 had a poor week this week including Tom Mitchell. Nonetheless, here we are for another edition of the SCHQ Barometer – where we take a look at those players who … More The SCHQ Barometer – Round 4
Round 1 is done and we are quickly onto Round 2 with the expected return of the most expensive POD player of all time in Patrick Dangerfield. To the 34,000 teams that started him congratulations I’m sure your Captain decision may be somewhat easier. For those that don’t, this is the list of players to … More Storey’s Skippers – Round 2
Every game’s SuperCoach relevant players analysed. If you’re in a rush to find your player, it might help to use the ‘find’ function! It’s Ctrl+F on Windows and Cmmd+F on Mac. DOWNLOAD every JLT score (thanks to Declan Clayton) – click here: JLT-Spreadsheet-v1.5 Fremantle v West Coast (by Josh Schonafinger) Premiums – Lachie Neale Neale … More JLT Series Formguide 2018
We’ve been running a polls on our Facebook page over the past couple of weeks in order to gauge the community’s preference on popular selections and noodle-scratchers. It makes for interesting reading, and some don’t go the way you’d expect. Let’s start in the rucks. Sam Jacobs v Max Gawn The overwhelming majority went … More Player X v Player Y – you decide!
A lot of off-season changes: the Hawks need a few new blokes to stand up! Blue Chip Investment Tom Mitchell (Mid) $565,500 Crossing from Sydney where he was part of one of the most dominant midfields in the competition, to joining a team with a need for his expertise. Tom came 20th in contested possessions … More Last Drinks – Hawthorn 2017 Preview
Tom Mitchell got the move he wanted, he now has the opportunity he has required for a number of years to unlock his full potential. But can he deliver? A very interesting selection process surrounds Mitchell, top 10 mid? Or trap?