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Supercoach & AFL Fantasy prices: Richmond [merged]
« on: January 18, 2018, 05:54:39 PM »


Dustin Martin ($656,000): Can Dusty go again? Heís high priced but capable of backing up his perfect 2017. Nigh untaggable now with his ability to play inside mid, hurt you on the outside or push forward and kick a bag of goals.

Alex Rance ($492,300): The AFLís best key defender and a safe bet in SuperCoach. Finished with an average of 89 in 2017 which is slightly down on his best. Underpriced?

Toby Nankervis ($488,30): The Nank was a SuperCoach favourite last year but sadly at that price is not worth the risk. Has lost his Ruck-Fwd dual position eligibility to boot.

Richmond SuperCoach prices

Defenders                           Price   Midfielders                   Price       Rucks               Price            Forwards   Price
Bachar Houli                 $517,400   Dustin Martin            $656,000   Toby Nankervis   $488,300   Jack Riewoldt   $455,200
Brandon Ellis                $502,500   Trent Cotchin            $555,000   Shaun Hampson   $272,100   Josh Caddy (Mid)$419,600
Alex Rance                   $492,300   Shaun Grigg             $486,300   Ivan Soldo         $228,300   S.Edwards (Mid) $414,600
Nick Vlastuin                $430,100   Kane Lambert (Fwd) $472,500   Ben Miller          $117,300   Sam Lloyd   $345,700
David Astbury               $402,600   Dion Prestia             $456,000   Callum Coleman $117,300   Daniel Rioli   $340,900
Kamdyn McIntosh (Mid) $358,100   Anthony Miles           $310,500   Noah Balta (Fwd) $117,300   Daniel Butler   $332,900
Reece Conca                 $344,700   Connor Menadue       $301,800                                         Jacob Townsend   $321,600
Jayden Short                $319,900   Jack Graham            $268,800                                          Jason Castagna   $297,600
Nathan Broad               $312,400   Corey Ellis (Def)        $228,400                                            Shai Bolton   $242,500
Dylan Grimes               $304,100   Patrick Naish (Fwd)    $117,300                                             Ben Griffiths   $197,900
Oleg Markov                 $205,700                                                                                    Nathan Drummond   $172,400
Ryan Garthwaite           $123,900                                                                                     Tyson Stengle   $148,200
Derek Smith                 $102,400                                                                                      Callum Moore   $133,600
Jack Higgins                 $130,800
Mabior Chol                  $123,900
Liam Baker                   $102,400
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Re: Supercoach prices: Richmond (Herald-Sun)
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2018, 07:44:41 PM »
Griff is a steal at $197k.
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Re: Supercoach prices: Richmond (Herald-Sun)
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2018, 09:04:04 PM »
Jack Graham, Missy Higgins, Corey Ellis and even Callum Moore might be a sneaky chance to play games
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Re: Supercoach & AFL Fantasy prices: Richmond [merged]
« Reply #3 on: Today at 12:05:19 PM »
Fantasy price reveal: Richmond
Roy from The Traders
Jan 22, 2018

RICHMOND'S shock run to the flag last year was driven by a true team effort, illustrated by the fact that only one Tiger managed to average triple figures in Fantasy. Solid late-season contributions were made by players such as Jacob Townsend (FWD, $508,000) and Jack Graham (MID, $450,000), who gave the Tigers a spark at the right time of year with respective averages of 95 and 84. That pair will look to continue to make an impact next year at their newly inflated prices.

Lock them in Ö now

Dustin Martin (MID, $800,000) elevated his Fantasy game to the truly elite level last season by surpassing his previous best average by more than six points to 114. He is a genuine option to be your first selected player this year and has demonstrated the ceiling and consistency to be a viable captain option. Martin scored 15 hundreds throughout the year with top scores of 156 and 164 and there is no reason he can't repeat that brilliance in his quest to round out his trophy cabinet with a 'snout', handed out to those who earn Fantasy Pig status.

Track their pre-season (yes, even the JLT Community Series)

Dion Prestia (MID, $577,000) finished the year like a house on fire with an average of 106 in his last seven games. Given he is priced at an average of 82, he looms as a bargain if he has an injury-free run. He got off to a slow start with the Tigers but he certainly reminded everyone how good he can be at the right time of the year. He has averaged triple figures on one occasion in the past and I think 2018 will be the second time he manages the feat.

Dual-position tempter

Kane Lambert (FWD/MID, $600,000) enjoyed a 22-point breakout on the back of receiving more midfield time in his third season. He scored six great hundreds throughout the season with the highlight being a 33-possession, seven-mark and 10-tackle game for 147. After a slow start to the season, he is quite generously priced and could be knocking on the door of a top forward position if he continues to improve. 

New stripes, right price

The Tigers are happy with the crew that got it done for them last season and havenít introduced any Fantasy relevant players to the squad but keep an eye on the emergence of youngsters like Shai Bolton (FWD, $214,000) as he seeks greater opportunity in his second season.

First-year bargain

Jack Higgins (FWD/MID, $238,000) is a young star who was the slider on Draft night and somehow ended up at the premiers. Providing he gets through his first pre-season unscathed, the ball-winning goalkicker will be one of the most selected rookies. He is the most prolific Fantasy scorer of all the draftees after averaging 114 points for Vic Metro and Oakleigh Chargers.

Forgotten warrior

Shaun Grigg (MID, $672,000) is not a player I would purchase in Classic, but he is certainly a player I target every year in draft when I need a solid bench player on my team. Year after year, he serves as the perfect midfield replacement for injuries or suspensions.  Last year he chipped in with 10 hundreds, but it was his performances in the preliminary and Grand Finals that will ensure his number will be hanging from my rafters after scoring 153 and 123.

Don't even think about it

Anthony Miles (MID, $517,000) is a great player but unfortunately fell out of favour last year on the back of averaging 86 and 88 in the two seasons prior. By all means keep an eye on him if an opportunity arises, but at this stage, donít get too excited by the price in comparison to his career best form.