Moneyball’s $5000 Sunday Special: Rd 11
Sunday Funday is here with Moneyball’s $5K Special. There are a heap of big scoring players on the slate so Roy thinks its a good chance to take the lead in the free AFL GF competition.
It’s Sunday Funday and that means we have a $5000 special with the winner taking $650 and paying down to $34.18 in 89th
Roos v Lions (1.10 pm)
Pies v Dockers
Crows v Dockers
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Dayne Beams ($8,600 MID) The only concern here is we see a curve ball and the Ben Jacobs tag doesn’t go to Zorko as I predict. All going to plan, Beamer will continue his stunning for that includes scores of 113, 120, 119 and 127 within the last five weeks and for under 9K, that’s a lock in my book.
Stef Martin ($9,600 RUC) is flying under the radar, dominating to the point he is the third highest scoring player since round three with 118 per game. Given the fact premium rucks have dominated Goldy this year: Witts 140, Gawn 114, Sinclair 112 and Nankervis 119, another big one is on the card for the legend.
Tom Phillips ($8,300 MID) is my favourite Moneyballer and he is often under-owned due to not being a big name. The running machine has been on fire of late with 128, 114, 121 and 120 in his last four uninjured games and given the Dockers give up the second most marks per game this year… he will go big again.
Matt Scharenberg ($6,200 DEF) is another one who will take advantage of the high mark count, especially with Howe out of the side. His price certainly doesn’t reflect form with four scores over 90 in his last five games and the stat I love given the scenario is that in games this year where he has scored 5+ marks, he has returned scores of 93, 92, 132, 98 and 91. You are welcome.
Hugh Greenwood ($7,700 MID) has always been a favourite of mine and at the moment, I am playing him every week. He continues to be the main beneficiary of Sloane being out and he has taken his tackling to the next level in that time. He has scores of 102, 105, 103 and 103 in his last for and is on a six game streak of laying 8+ tackles. Devon Smith had 13 against the Giants last week so Hugh should have a field day.
Stephen Coniglio ($9,600 MID) is set up for a big one against a Crows side that has given up the most points to midfielders over the last five weeks. in that time the Crows have given up 12 110+ scores and Cogs has already gone over that seven times this year. He had a blinder with 134 in his last game against them with 134 and is worth a crack as one of your franchise mids.
Good luck! Cha Ching,