It was a one sided affair in the mini showdown. The Power controlled the tempo of the game and, as a result, dominated the possession and the scoreboard. Here’s my review of the AAMI Community series match between the Power and the Crows.
2020 was a year to forget for the Adelaide footy club. For their skipper Rory Sloane he spent the majority of the season recovering from injury. Now back to full health, can he return to being a midfield premium?
Monday held confirmation of plenty of bad news for fantasy football coaches. Rory Sloane, Josh Kennedy and Isaac Heeney will all miss significant chunks (or in Heeney’s case all) of the 2020 season. Injuries suck, no matter what format or style of the fantasy football games you play. However, there is always one positive that can come from it. With every injury, it creates new opportunities for others within their team. For astute fantasy coaches, it can open up some great new scoring options than just last week weren’t even possible.
During ‘iso life’ many fantasy footy sites (ours included) have gone into hiding. However, to pass the time we’ve decided to look at who I believe has been the best SuperCoach performer from each AFL club over the past ten years.
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.
It was a scorching afternoon at Memorial Oval in Port Pirie, and the Crows and Power did battle in over 40-degree temperatures. Both sides have plenty of fantasy football relevant players to discuss, and we learnt plenty because of this hitout.
Injuries impacted Rory and the Crows 2018 season, but the bright-side of a down season is that he’s priced at his lowest average since 2011. Hello value town.