The Doggies took on the Saints in a battle between two teams who are hoping to climb the ladder in 2019. It was a fairly even match throughout with the Saints eventually getting up. There were plenty of fantasy relevant players in this one too so let’s dive in!
Another match played in severe heat conditions. The JLT series is an entertaining time for the fantasy community but remain aware that much of what you see will prove fool’s gold! Embed from Getty Images Sydney Swans Tom Papley Enjoyed his time on the wing and became a reliable out
Here’s Jimmy’s thought on the clash from Casey Fields.
It was a tale of two halves with the Hawks dominating the first while the Tigers came out on top in the second. Both sides would’ve felt like they got what they wanted out of the game, but from a fantasy perspective we learnt plenty.
It was a pretty open and bruise-free contest for much of the game. For many fantasy coaches, we were keen for a final look at some very relevant cash cows and some value premiums, but the show was fell and genuinely stolen by a fantasy footy all-star.
The Crows put on a bit of a clinic during the 2nd and 3rd quarters against the Giants as they looked to bounce back from a low 2018. The Crouch brothers, Gibbs & Sloane all played with each other for the first time as well. It amounted to a sloppy at times, possession-holding matchup.
The Cats and Bombers kicked off the second week of JLT matches under lights at a chilly GMHBA Stadium. For fantasy coaches, this was our last chance to get a look at some very relevant players, and we learnt plenty from the match.
If you can get any advantage, no matter how small in a draft you’ll take it. Seasons can be defined by the selection, especially in the later portion of the draft. In Ultimate Footy (our recommended drafting platform) you will be given multiple opportunities across the year to have a
The Pies ventured over to Joondalup in WA to take on the purple warriors of Fremantle. There was quite a breeze blowing to one end of the ground which made for a clear scoring end. However, the focus for us was on the players and their roles.
The Hawks sent a very young side up to Morton Bay to take on the Brisbane Lions in hot conditions. For fantasy coaches, we learnt plenty from this match.