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  1. #21
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    Two other old school SC premium players still hanging around that used to almost be automatic SC locks are:

    The Chad - Chad Cornes and Luke Hodge.

    And while we are reminiscing I must say that I miss Joel Bowden
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    I constantly overlooked Brent Harvey (and many others I suspect) in 2010 and 2011 just because he was over 30 and he continued to pump out an average of 100

    Here's why I am also with Impromptu and highly considering starting Adam Goodes over Dusty Martin. Martin's ownership is also ridiculously high at over 20%.
    He should average well with an easy draw (Although I'm not expecting 105+)
    At worst I can trade him out to Stevie J before his Flat Track side run.

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    Considering NRoo, Jude Bolton, Newman, Chapman and Cox to start in my team.
    Might end up with 5, who knows, but NRoo, Bolton and Chappy would be fantastic POD's I reckon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimace The Grimace View Post
    Considering NRoo, Jude Bolton, Newman, Chapman and Cox to start in my team.
    Might end up with 5, who knows, but NRoo, Bolton and Chappy would be fantastic POD's I reckon.
    I'd strongly advise against Bolton. I can see the others being premiums but he'll just be an expensive M9 or poor starting mid by the end of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    I'd strongly advise against Bolton. I can see the others being premiums but he'll just be an expensive M9 or poor starting mid by the end of the season.
    Bolton can be picked as a forward mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philzsay View Post
    Two other old school SC premium players still hanging around that used to almost be automatic SC locks are:

    The Chad - Chad Cornes and Luke Hodge.

    And while we are reminiscing I must say that I miss Joel Bowden
    wish i was called Chad

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    Definitely Cox but have him in my forward line. Considering Bartel, looks fit after an injury plagued 2012 and is available as forward.
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    I love that every year the "old" superstars get written off. Scotland,Hayes,Pavlich,Chappy,ROK,Goodesy,Tuck. The only 1 who didn't have a good fantasy year was Goodes, mainly due to injury and change in role.

    I'm picking ROK with swans easy start if he plays in the middle. Pavlich will be my fwd line POD. Even Bartel available in the fwds is too good to pass up.

    29 - 30 odd is not old. Some people don't hit their peak form until later in their careers. Everybody is different and people like Goodes Pav and ROK are such professionals and take such good care of themselves and aren't partying hard in the off season like the younger blokes. They can be just as fit as at any time in their careers. Experience counts for a lot in this game.
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    Boomer anyone?

    Scores of 117 and 126 so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDIG View Post
    Boomer anyone?

    Scores of 117 and 126 so far.
    Not for me - Can't see him being in my Team.
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    The issue with boomer is his age, but it seems like missing 6 games, he is fresh and ready to go.
    Also Swallow/Wells taking away the tagging attention from him.
    A great POD, imo. But it's harder this year to pick a player like him, with the ruck/fwds

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