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1 comment by Matt on May 31st, 2009 digg this super bookmark


Nathan Bock


Bock showed why he is one of the most valuable fantasy defenders with another interesting return game. Bock had 22 disposals, 6 marks and 1 tackle in his score of 103 points. He's averaging 99 ppg, and would be fantasy gold if he could just stay on the field. This was just his sixth game for the year, and has failed to score below 82 points.

Andy Otten


The rising star was again in solid form with 23 disposals, 7 marks and a goal against Hawthorn. He almost broke the tonne this week, scoring 99 points. If you own Otten, consider upgrading him to a premium midfielder. While he'll still continue to score well, he just hasn't been able to deliver the really big scores that you need.


Mitch Clark


It took several weeks after injuries to Matt Leuenberger and Jamie Charman for Mitch Clark to emerge in his new role, but for the past three weeks he's been in red hot fantasy form. Against the Kangaroo's more accomplished Hamish McIntosh, Clark showed great promise with 21 disposals, 9 marks and 29 hitouts. He scored a season-high of 117 points, and has now scored over 100 in three consecutive games. Get onto him as he'll be good for many more weeks to come.

Simon Black


Black had a poor game against North with 23 disposals, 2 marks and 3 tackles, for a disappointing 61 points. It brought to an end his 4 game streak of 100+ games. At 30, Black is still a great fantasy contributor, but is just lacking a little consistency this season.


Kade Simpson


In the pre-season NAB Cup, Simpson was one of the most prolific fantasy players, and in the season proper, he's carried that through. Against the Eagles, Simpson blew up for 29 disposals, 8 marks and 7 tackles, for an amazing 150 points. He's currently averaging 101ppg and should be a great starter for the rest of the year.

Brad Fisher


One of the questions coming out from Carlton is why it has taken so long for Brad Fisher to play. It was his first game back this week, and the forward delivered 14 disposals, 7 marks and kicked 3 goals. His score of 91 was impressive, and he could be a player to watch in coming weeks.


Dane Swan

Wow! In case you missed it, Swan went off against Port with 48 disposals, 8 marks and a goal. He scored a season-best 166 points, and is white hot right now.


Bachar Houli

Houli was among the Bomber's best with 31 disposals, 5 marks and 3 tackles. He scored a respectable 99 points, but is averaging just 70 ppg in five games. Keep him on your watchlist for now.

Mark McVeigh

McVeigh was relatively quiet with 9 disposals, 3 marks and 2 tackles for just 17 points. He's clearly underdone at the moment and he did come up against Geelong. He may be worth owning later in the season but is best avoided at the moment.


Paul Duffield


Duffield led the Dockers with 27 disposals, 7 marks and 8 tackles in his score of 163 points. He averaging over 100ppg this year, and has quietly emerged as one of the premier fantasy defenders in the league.

Stephen Hill


Hill had a poor game with just 32 points. He had 9 disposals, 4 marks and 2 tackles up to the point where he left the game with a hip injury. He may miss some time, but his inconsistency is a concern regardless. Consider trading him for Beau Muston if possible.


Joel Selwood


Selwood matched his career high with 37 disposals and added 7 marks. He put up 136 points, and brings his tally to eight straight over 100. He's on fire.

Nathan Djerrkura


Djerrkura debuted this week and showed great promise with 10 disposals and 9 tackles. He put up 64 points but don't rush out to pick him up. With Joel Corey and Paul Chapman coming back into the Geelong team, Djerrkura may be the player pushed out.


Beau Muston


Everyone jump on board the Beau Muston train. In just his second game, Muston managed 26 disposals, 6 marks and 6 tackles for another impressive score of 95. After scoring 135 points last week on debut, he is beginning to show signs of being an excellent fantasy contributor. Think Bradd Dalziell in 2008.

Cyril Rioli


Rioli led the Hawthorn forwards with 4 goals, 22 disposals and 7 marks. He put up a season-best 120 points, completing a superb month of May where he averaged 102 ppg. Any thought of second year blues hasn't eventuated for Rioli, so be confident in him as a fantasy player.


Andrew Swallow


I mentioned Swallow last week, but I'm such a fan of his that he deserves another mention this time around. Against the Lions he had 21 disposals, 5 marks and 14 tackles for 136 points. Swallow has been one of the finds of the year and shows no signs of slowing.

Ben Warren


The rookie had his best fantasy game of the year with 85 points. Warren had 12 disposals, 8 marks and kicked 4 goals in his tantalising display. You can't exactly fault Warren yet as he has consistently averaged 52 ppg, but you'd like to see a big score from him. Judging from this weeks effort, it may not be too far away.


Mark Jamar


Jamar has missed most of the year through injury, but played his first game of the weekend and was more than effective. He had 11 disposals, 4 marks and 29 hitouts, but managed to put up an impressive 109 points. He is clearly the best ruckman at Melbourne and should have some fantasy value heading forward, but will likely split time with the other ruckmen in the team.

Jack Grimes


Grimes returned to the fantasy spotlight with 110 points this week. He had 21 disposals, 8 marks and 2 tackles, and looks like the real deal. If you haven't made the move yet, get Grimes into your team and ride the good times while they last.

Port Adelaide

Chad Cornes


Cornes left the field with what appeared to be an ankle injury and is in doubt for this week's match. This is a blow for fantasy owners as Cornes had been quietly averaging over 90 ppg. He scored 45 points this week from 12 disposals and 4 marks. Keep an eye on the news this week.

Nathan Krakouer


Krakouer returned from injury and was effective but did not star. He had 16 disposals but just 1 mark and 1 tackle. He scored 72 points, and while it's great that he back playing, he was not at his fantasy best.


Nathan Foley


Foley hasn't been the solid rock I expected this year, but has now scored over 100 points in two consecutive games for the first time this year. He had 28 disposals, 5 marks and 6 tackles in his 102 points. The biggest rule of fantasy footy is not to overreact, so keep persisting with Foley as he looks to be turning the corner.

Joel Bowden

A tough week for Bowden owners with the defender scoring just 55 points. He had 12 disposals and 7 marks. He's now gone three straight games under 100 which is becoming more of a concern.

St Kilda

Lenny Hayes


Hayes is in vintage form this year, and continued his run with 35 disposals, 6 marks and 4 tackles. He scored 150 points, and has scored at least 91 points in the nine games he's played this year. It's an incredible run that shows no sign of ending.

Justin Koschitzke


Koschitzke didn't make much of an impact against the Dees with just 54 points. He had scored 110 points in his two previous games. He's still an intriguing fantasy prospect, but his injury history makes him a bit of a liability. If you have trades in hand and need ruck help, Koschitzke could be your man.


Ryan O'Keefe


May was a great month of O'Keefe with the forward redeeming himself with 4 100+ games. Against the Bulldogs, O'Keefe had his best game, scoring 138 points. He had 31 disposals, 5 marks and 9 tackles. If you were patient enough with O'Keefe, then you will be reaping the rewards right now.

Nick Malceski


Malceski had another poor performance with 8 disposals and 3 marks in his score of 29 points. He's not looking close to turning things around right now, and isn't even worth the roster spot. I urge owners to look elsewhere.

Western Bulldogs

Shaun Higgins


For the past month or so, Higgins has struggled with a groin injury. This round though there were no signs of any lingering discomfort as Higgins erupted for 22 disposals, 6 marks and 6 tackles, in his score of 120 points. If you are in any doubt over Higgins, I would recommend holding onto him, until any definite injury news comes out.

Lindsay Gilbee


Gilbee's fantasy stocks have fallen of late after two poor games. This week he had just 12 disposals, 3 marks and 1 tackle in a disappointing 55 points. He may be under an injury cloud at the moment, but this poor form is uncharacteristic of Gilbee.

West Coast

Tom Swift


Big wraps coming out for Tom Swift this year. He had an auspicious debut with 14 disposals, 3 marks and a tackle for 20 points. He's not worth starting at the moment, but it's a good sign that he's now playing. Look for improvement as he adjusts to the senior level.

Mark LeCras


LeCras has been a star for the Eagles this year, and again led the way with 6 majors against the Blues. He scored 95 points, and will continue to have fantasy value while he's kicking bags of goals.

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