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Rids Ranks – New Keeper Draft 50 to 41

Welcome to Rid’s Ranks! This series I will be counting down my Top 50 for a new Keeper League. The below is just my opinion but we here at Coaches Panel have been smashed with people asking us what our Keeper League rankings are. Feel free to smash me on…
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JLT Review: Suns v Lions

Whether it be premiums, midpricers or cash cows the match between Gold Coast & Brisbane had plenty of fantasy relevance for coaches and as we’ll discuss it certainly delivered with information for us. 

JLT Review: Swans v Roos

Sydney and North made the trek to Coffs Harbour for this Alphabet Cup game! This was one of the more relevant fantasy games for the weekend with plenty of premiums and rookies lining up for their respective clubs. What we learnt?   Callum Mills did not miss a beat in…
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JLT Review: Dogs v Dees

The Western Bulldogs hosted the Melbourne Demons at the historic Whitten Oval with Demons able to hold off a late surge from the Bulldogs to claim victory. It was a competitive clash that saw both sides tackling hard and constantly rolling players through the midfield. Neither side was at full-strength…
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JLT Review: Giants v Eagles

2 very under manned teams made the way out to Narrandera for the latest game in the JLT series! I have to be honest here. Not much can be taken out of this game at all for any of the formats. The game as a spectacle wasn’t great with many…
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JLT Review: Hawks v Cats

Tasmania hosted the second game of the preseason series, with the Hawks winning via a late Kade Stewart major. The topsy-turvy contest at times provided polish but toward the latter half, lacked real defensive pressure and intelligent play. Having said all this, there are minute details we can gain out…
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JLT Review: Pies v Bombers

Footy is back! Men’s footy anyway this time, and it felt like a majority of the crowd were Essendon fans welcoming back their full team for the first time since 2015. Jobe Watson in particular got a huge ovation during the match and it was generally good to see the…
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#1 Most Relevant – Taylor Adams

In my eyes Taylor Adams is my Most Relevant player for 2017, while many wouldn’t question his relevance the fact that he’s number one may surprise some.

#2 Most Relevant – Isaac Heeney

He is well and truly the most hyped player this preseason, and for good reason. He’s primed to breakout to be one of the best forward options for us in 2017.

#3 Most Relevant – Patrick Dangerfield

Last year he was the best player in the competition. He finished last year as the #1 player in DreamTeam, SuperCoach & AFLFantasy & topped it all off with a Brownlow Medal. The big question is, can he do it again?