Tuesday, 01 August 2017 00:00

Break Evens: Round 22

Brisbane Broncos

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 George Fai

$148,000 

5

30

 David Mead

$170,000 

14

18.8

 Joe Boyce

$138,000 

16

0

 Francis Molo

$143,000 

16

0

 Gehamat Shibasaki

$138,000 

16

0

 Mosese Pangai

$138,000 

16

0

 Marion Seve

$138,000 

16

0

 Todd Murphy

$138,000 

16

0

 Salesi Funaki

$138,000 

16

0

 Tevita Pangai Junior

$270,000 

18

29.9

 Jonus Pearson

$187,000 

19

19

 Jamayne Isaako

$138,000 

20

13

 Jai Arrow

$235,000 

22

26.9

 James Roberts

$403,000 

24

44.9

 Jordan Kahu

$256,000 

25

28.2

 Tom Opacic

$237,000 

27

0

 Korbin Sims

$307,000 

29

34.8

 Sam Thaiday

$291,000 

32

33.2

 Kodi Nikorima

$263,000 

33

33.8

 Tautau Moga

$380,000 

35

37.2

 Corey Oates

$332,000 

36

34.4

 Adam Blair

$298,000 

37

32.9

 Matt Gillett

$486,000 

39

50.5

 Travis Waddell

$253,000 

40

14

 Jo Ofahengaue

$301,000 

41

33.2

 Jaydn Su'a

$280,000 

42

26.7

 Herman Ese'ese

$300,000 

42

32.5

 Darius Boyd

$303,000 

51

33.4

 Alex Glenn

$365,000 

51

34.1

 Benji Marshall

$198,000 

54

20.3

 Andrew McCullough

$468,000 

56

57.7

 Josh McGuire

$322,000 

59

44.6

 Ben Hunt

$414,000 

59

46.6

 Anthony Milford

$401,000 

65

43.5

Canterbury Bulldogs

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Josh Reynolds

$294,000 

13

34.4

 Marcelo Montoya

$287,000 

14

29.7

 Zac Woolford

$138,000 

16

0

 Renouf Toomaga

$138,000 

16

0

 Asipeli Fine

$140,000 

16

15

 Josh Cleeland

$138,000 

16

0

 Raymond Faitala-Mariner

$285,000 

17

27.6

 David Klemmer

$351,000 

17

38.8

 Danny Fualalo

$272,000 

18

24.5

 Brad Abbey

$168,000 

19

19.8

 Francis Tualau

$149,000 

20

17.6

 Tyrone Phillips

$204,000 

23

0

 Chase Stanley

$281,000 

23

33

 Andy Saunders

$138,000 

25

10

 Kerrod Holland

$291,000 

25

30.1

 Reimis Smith

$236,000 

27

0

 Richard Kennar

$232,000 

27

0

 Matt Frawley

$250,000 

30

29.1

 Greg Eastwood

$178,000 

33

21.7

 James Graham

$353,000 

34

45.3

 Aiden Tolman

$462,000 

34

50

 Sam Kasiano

$228,000 

34

23

 Josh Morris

$235,000 

35

32.3

 Josh Jackson

$377,000 

35

43.9

 Brett Morris

$230,000 

41

29.1

 Brenko Lee

$324,000 

41

35.6

 Adam Elliot

$335,000 

42

33.4

 Will Hopoate

$355,000 

44

40.7

 Craig Garvey

$186,000 

46

8.7

 Moses Mbye

$416,000 

60

39.1

 Michael Lichaa

$252,000 

65

33.8

North Queensland Cowboys

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Kyle Laybutt

$150,000 

8

23

 Blake Leary

$159,000 

13

20

 Gideon Gela-Mosby

$240,000 

13

35.5

 Sam Hoare

$159,000 

14

20.5

 Carlin Anderson

$138,000 

16

0

 Patrick Mago

$138,000 

16

0

 Enari Tuala

$138,000 

16

0

 Braden Uele

$138,000 

18

14

 Corey Jensen

$175,000 

19

20.1

 Ethan Lowe

$379,000 

21

39.8

 Javid Bowen

$249,000 

22

27.5

 Lachlan Coote

$215,000 

22

25.2

 Kalyn Ponga

$374,000 

23

49

 Kane Linnett

$287,000 

24

28.1

 Patrick Kaufusi

$240,000 

25

26.9

 Jake Granville

$316,000 

25

34.3

 Shaun Fensom

$290,000 

26

30.8

 Antonio Winterstein

$202,000 

27

22.7

 Josh Chudleigh

$236,000 

27

0

 Justin O'Neill

$274,000 

27

25.9

 Ray Thompson

$181,000 

31

16.7

 Ben Spina

$190,000 

32

21.8

 John Asiata

$213,000 

34

27

 Johnathan Thurston

$443,000 

36

48.6

 Coen Hess

$375,000 

40

44.9

 Ben Hampton

$138,000 

42

18.2

 Gavin Cooper

$329,000 

43

39.3

 Te Maire Martin

$305,000 

44

34.9

 Michael Morgan

$433,000 

46

41.8

 Matthew Scott

$348,000 

47

35.5

 Kyle Feldt

$349,000 

48

31.6

 Scott Bolton

$373,000 

52

42.7

 Jason Taumalolo

$539,000 

72

61.5

St George Illawarra Dragons

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Matthew Dufty

$237,000 

-16

60.5

 Nene Macdonald

$371,000 

9

35.7

 Kalifa Faifai Loa

$284,000 

11

48.5

 Hame Sele

$182,000 

13

19.3

 Tyrone McCarthy

$143,000 

16

0

 Kiti Glymin

$138,000 

16

0

 Shaun Nona

$138,000 

16

0

 Siliva Havili

$152,000 

17

0

 Luciano Leilua

$161,000 

18

0

 Mose Masoe

$166,000 

19

0

 Josh McCrone

$231,000 

22

31.3

 Jake Marketo

$214,000 

24

0

 Jacob Host

$227,000 

28

22.1

 Will Matthews

$253,000 

29

0

 Euan Aitken

$322,000 

30

40

 Paul Vaughan

$449,000 

32

53.8

 Taane Milne

$148,000 

33

15.4

 Drew Hutchison

$296,000 

34

0

 Blake Lawrie

$138,000 

37

9.5

 Jason Nightingale

$332,000 

37

35.5

 Gareth Widdop

$386,000 

38

45

 Timoteo Lafai

$328,000 

39

40.1

 Joel Thompson

$371,000 

39

44.2

 Leeson Ah Mau

$470,000 

43

41.9

 Tariq Sims

$367,000 

43

37.5

 Kurt Mann

$285,000 

44

28.9

 Josh Dugan

$410,000 

47

45.9

 Tyson Frizell

$436,000 

47

45.9

 Jack de Belin

$531,000 

48

59.1

 Cameron McInnes

$467,000 

52

54.7

 Jai Field

$138,000 

52

8.3

 Russell Packer

$277,000 

57

33.6

Parramatta Eels

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Kirisome Auva'a

$239,000 

-3

28

 Cameron King

$216,000 

6

33

 Bevan French

$336,000 

11

35.2

 Josh Hoffman

$204,000 

14

21

 Suaia Matagi

$225,000 

15

27.1

 James Hasson

$138,000 

16

0

 Cody Nelson

$143,000 

16

0

 John Folau

$143,000 

16

0

 Marata Niukore

$138,000 

16

0

 Mitchell Moses

$336,000 

17

34.7

 Kelepi Tanginoa

$170,000 

19

0

 Nathan Davis

$187,000 

20

23

 George Jennings

$175,000 

20

0

 Rory O'Brien

$180,000 

21

20

 Brad Takairangi

$214,000 

22

25.5

 Bureta Faraimo

$202,000 

23

0

 Jeff Robson

$266,000 

25

36

 Frank Pritchard

$240,000 

25

26.2

 Daniel Alvaro

$338,000 

25

34.6

 Siosaia Vave

$238,000 

27

26.3

 Michael Jennings

$301,000 

29

35.3

 David Gower

$244,000 

30

25.3

 Will Smith

$209,000 

31

25.2

 Isaac De Gois

$275,000 

31

0

 Tim Mannah

$234,000 

33

29.8

 Semi Radradra

$386,000 

34

36

 Kenny Edwards

$399,000 

36

39.8

 Nathan Brown

$498,000 

36

50

 Manu Ma'u

$368,000 

38

41.4

 Clinton Gutherson

$427,000 

42

44.4

 Beau Scott

$316,000 

42

33.2

 Tepai Moeroa

$385,000 

44

39.4

 Peni Terepo

$287,000 

47

26.7

 Corey Norman

$378,000 

48

46.6

 Kaysa Pritchard

$304,000 

59

36.5

Newcastle Knights

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Chanel Mata'utia

$177,000 

5

27.3

 Jacob Saifiti

$220,000 

11

24.4

 Josh King

$252,000 

11

27.7

 Jaelen Feeney

$188,000 

13

19.9

 Jacob Gagan

$143,000 

16

16

 Will Pearsall

$143,000 

16

0

 Tom Hughes

$138,000 

16

0

 Cory Denniss

$149,000 

17

0

 Dylan Phythian

$139,000 

21

10

 Ken Sio

$148,000 

22

19.4

 Rory Kostjasyn

$210,000 

24

0

 Brock Lamb

$314,000 

27

35.4

 David Bhana

$238,000 

27

0

 Pat Mata'utia

$258,000 

30

0

 Pauli Pauli

$276,000 

32

0

 Danny Levi

$316,000 

33

34.6

 Jack Cogger

$286,000 

33

0

 Josh Starling

$280,000 

33

29.8

 Joe Wardle

$190,000 

34

22.7

 Tyler Randell

$152,000 

34

8.6

 Brendan Elliot

$231,000 

34

28.1

 Shaun Kenny-Dowall

$308,000 

35

30.7

 Anthony Tupou

$206,000 

36

19

 Peter Mata'utia

$212,000 

36

26.5

 Jarrod Mullen

$331,000 

38

0

 Mickey Paea

$176,000 

38

9.7

 Sione Mata'utia

$327,000 

41

36.5

 Trent Hodkinson

$256,000 

43

27.9

 Luke Yates

$248,000 

43

30.3

 Jack Stockwell

$231,000 

44

27.8

 Nathan Ross

$326,000 

44

33.8

 Mitchell Barnett

$416,000 

45

44.2

 Sam Stone

$309,000 

46

31

 Daniel Saifiti

$322,000 

47

35.8

 Jamie Buhrer

$417,000 

49

47.9

 Dane Gagai

$407,000 

52

40.9

 Lachlan Fitzgibbon

$292,000 

56

35.7

 Sam Mataora

$339,000 

65

4

Penrith Panthers

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Tyrone May

$181,000 

-2

36.5

 Waqa Blake

$294,000 

9

31

 Dean Whare

$161,000 

14

19.8

 Kaide Ellis

$138,000 

16

0

 Jed Cartwright

$138,000 

16

0

 Darren Nicholls

$138,000 

16

0

 Samisoni Langi

$144,000 

17

0

 Moses Leota

$141,000 

20

15.7

 Reagan Campbell-Gillard

$299,000 

20

35.2

 Tyrone Peachey

$236,000 

22

33.7

 Tim Browne

$225,000 

25

25.9

 Peter Wallace

$338,000 

30

40.4

 James Fisher-Harris

$194,000 

31

19.1

 Leilani Latu

$193,000 

31

22.4

 Dallin Watene Zelezniak

$283,000 

32

32.7

 Sam McKendry

$283,000 

32

0

 Peta Hiku

$212,000 

33

19.9

 James Tamou

$351,000 

40

40.4

 Corey Harawira-Naera

$333,000 

46

42.3

 Bryce Cartwright

$262,000 

48

23.1

 Josh Mansour

$327,000 

49

37.6

 Isaah Yeo

$357,000 

50

43.8

 Viliame Kikau

$138,000 

52

13.9

 Sitaleki Akauola

$138,000 

53

12.6

 Matt Moylan

$334,000 

53

36

 Sione Katoa

$138,000 

55

10.8

 Nathan Cleary

$577,000 

56

54.2

 Dylan Edwards

$384,000 

58

47.4

 Trent Merrin

$415,000 

63

45.6

 Mitch Rein

$408,000 

64

43

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Cameron Murray

$143,000 

6

18

 Sitiveni Moceidreke

$148,000 

9

27

 Jack Gosiewski

$143,000 

16

0

 Damien Cook

$205,000 

21

28.2

 Dane Nielsen

$204,000 

23

0

 Thomas Burgess

$303,000 

24

33.9

 Anthony Cherrington

$138,000 

24

15

 Braidon Burns

$182,000 

25

20

 Robert Jennings

$211,000 

25

24.6

 Siosifa Talakai

$251,000 

25

29.7

 Kyle Turner

$262,000 

26

30.6

 Luke Kelly

$244,000 

28

28

 Jason Clark

$251,000 

28

30.4

 George Burgess

$255,000 

28

26.3

 Tyrell Fuimaono

$294,000 

31

35.6

 Zane Musgrove

$265,000 

32

30.8

 Aaron Gray

$241,000 

32

25

 David Tyrrell

$212,000 

32

24.2

 John Sutton

$314,000 

33

39.6

 Hymel Hunt

$201,000 

35

21.5

 Bryson Goodwin

$326,000 

43

32.3

 Alex Johnston

$309,000 

46

33.4

 Adam Reynolds

$410,000 

51

47.2

 Robbie Farah

$346,000 

60

36.2

 Cody Walker

$372,000 

60

43.7

 Greg Inglis

$405,000 

63

25

 Sam Burgess

$454,000 

68

53.7

 Angus Crichton

$620,000 

70

61.4

Canberra Raiders

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Michael Oldfield

$168,000 

10

25.5

 Aidan Sezer

$307,000 

14

28.5

 Jarrod Croker

$350,000 

15

40.1

 Zac Santo

$188,000 

16

29

 Makahesi Makatoa

$138,000 

16

0

 Brent Naden

$138,000 

16

0

 Dave Taylor

$213,000 

16

23.7

 Lachlan Croker

$143,000 

16

0

 Kurt Baptiste

$148,000 

19

16.3

 Luke Bateman

$257,000 

21

29

 Clay Priest

$232,000 

21

25.5

 Joseph Tapine

$375,000 

22

38.1

 Dunamis Lui

$163,000 

24

16.3

 Jeff Lima

$162,000 

26

12.3

 Jordan Turner

$233,000 

27

0

 Nick Cotric

$381,000 

29

40.1

 Shannon Boyd

$281,000 

29

30.2

 Sia Soliola

$336,000 

30

37.4

 Jack Wighton

$293,000 

30

33.9

 Erin Clark

$138,000 

32

6

 Scott Sorensen

$138,000 

39

9

 Royce Hunt

$138,000 

40

1

 Josh Hodgson

$377,000 

40

42.6

 Blake Austin

$308,000 

42

36

 Joseph Leilua

$313,000 

43

34

 Elliott Whitehead

$396,000 

43

41.6

 Josh Papalii

$445,000 

58

53.6

 Junior Paulo

$374,000 

61

42.1

 Jordan Rapana

$431,000 

88

50.8

Sydney Roosters

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Victor Radley

$182,000 

-9

40

 Isaac Liu

$326,000 

3

34.2

 Connor Watson

$300,000 

8

27.9

 Chris Smith

$144,000 

13

19

 Liam Knight

$143,000 

16

0

 Brock Gray

$138,000 

16

0

 Sio Siua Taukeiaho

$382,000 

20

42.3

 Eloni Vunakece

$183,000 

21

0

 Jayden Nikorima

$181,000 

21

0

 Daniel Tupou

$295,000 

22

33.8

 Luke Keary

$302,000 

24

35.9

 Nat Butcher

$162,000 

25

13.5

 Zane Tetevano

$224,000 

26

23.8

 Kane Evans

$209,000 

28

22.6

 Dylan Napa

$249,000 

31

27.9

 Latrell Mitchell

$342,000 

31

38.2

 Mitchell Cornish

$178,000 

31

13.3

 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

$336,000 

34

40.4

 Mitchell Aubusson

$332,000 

36

40.4

 Blake Ferguson

$300,000 

39

31.7

 Ryan Matterson

$412,000 

40

39.8

 Jake Friend

$477,000 

41

50.6

 Aidan Guerra

$376,000 

43

43.2

 Lindsay Collins

$138,000 

45

8

 Joseph Manu

$244,000 

46

28.4

 Michael Gordon

$336,000 

51

40.2

 Boyd Cordner

$467,000 

54

49

 Paul Carter

$261,000 

58

14.3

 Mitchell Pearce

$501,000 

74

56

Manly Sea Eagles

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Joey Lussick

$138,000 

1

34

 Bill Bainbridge

$146,000 

9

20.5

 Taniela Paseka

$138,000 

16

0

 Toafofoa Sipley

$143,000 

16

0

 Brett Stewart

$148,000 

17

0

 Darcy Lussick

$180,000 

19

17.9

 Curtis Sironen

$349,000 

20

38.5

 Matthew Wright

$272,000 

20

30.4

 Brad Parker

$138,000 

21

14

 Steve Matai

$202,000 

23

0

 Jonathan Wright

$201,000 

23

0

 Lloyd Perrett

$206,000 

25

23.9

 Brian Kelly

$212,000 

27

24.7

 Frank Winterstein

$237,000 

28

28.4

 Lewis Brown

$138,000 

33

13.3

 Shaun Lane

$285,000 

33

36.4

 Pita Godinet

$295,000 

34

0

 Jarrad Kennedy

$179,000 

34

9.5

 Addin Fonua-Blake

$247,000 

40

30.9

 Brenton Lawrence

$328,000 

42

35.7

 Blake Green

$249,000 

42

28.6

 Akuila Uate

$294,000 

43

34.4

 Jorge Taufua

$309,000 

45

32.6

 Cameron Cullen

$138,000 

45

6.6

 Apisai Koroisau

$360,000 

54

40.6

 Martin Taupau

$431,000 

55

52.1

 Jackson Hastings

$138,000 

57

7.7

 Dylan Walker

$279,000 

58

36.1

 Tom Trbojevic

$435,000 

61

45.5

 Jake Trbojevic

$495,000 

63

54.7

 Daly Cherry-Evans

$472,000 

64

47.7

Cronulla Sharks

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Edrick Lee

$217,000 

-3

27.2

 Fa'amanu Brown

$217,000 

9

25.9

 James Segeyaro

$256,000 

13

28.7

 Briton Nikora

$138,000 

16

0

 Jesse Ramien

$138,000 

16

0

 Billy Magoulias

$138,000 

16

0

 Kurt Dillon

$138,000 

16

0

 Manaia Cherrington

$143,000 

16

0

 Jordan Drew

$138,000 

16

0

 Joseph Paulo

$138,000 

17

14.4

 Gerard Beale

$183,000 

18

20.1

 Sam Tagataese

$148,000 

18

15.6

 Chris Heighington

$220,000 

22

25.1

 Matt Prior

$309,000 

23

34.6

 James Maloney

$261,000 

23

26.9

 Tony Williams

$289,000 

27

40

 Jeremy Latimore

$198,000 

29

21

 Jack Bird

$317,000 

35

32

 Jayson Bukuya

$309,000 

35

38.3

 Sosaia Feki

$260,000 

37

27.4

 Chad Townsend

$318,000 

37

37

 Valentine Holmes

$314,000 

40

37

 Luke Lewis

$309,000 

42

33.6

 Daniel Mortimer

$263,000 

43

21

 Ricky Leutele

$298,000 

45

33

 Jayden Brailey

$320,000 

49

36.5

 Kurt Capewell

$308,000 

55

31.9

 Wade Graham

$420,000 

60

46.7

 Paul Gallen

$526,000 

62

58.6

 Andrew Fifita

$472,000 

64

54

 Adam Clydsdale

$138,000 

82

9.9

Melbourne Storm

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Joe Stimson

$184,000 

-9

21.5

 Brandon Smith

$229,000 

3

40.3

 Brodie Croft

$308,000 

11

48.3

 Justin Olam

$138,000 

16

0

 Jeremy Hawkins

$143,000 

16

0

 Will Chambers

$279,000 

18

33.5

 Slade Griffin

$274,000 

20

32.7

 Ryley Jacks

$223,000 

22

28.5

 Nelson Asofa-Solomona

$326,000 

24

31.8

 Dean Britt

$138,000 

25

11

 Vincent Leuluai

$138,000 

27

10.5

 Nate Myles

$192,000 

27

21.6

 Suliasi Vunivalu

$271,000 

28

34.2

 Curtis Scott

$351,000 

29

51

 Josh Addo-Carr

$306,000 

30

35.5

 Jahrome Hughes

$408,000 

33

54.7

 Tim Glasby

$329,000 

36

36.1

 Robbie Rochow

$257,000 

38

24

 Kenneath Bromwich

$306,000 

39

33.8

 Young Tonumaipea

$270,000 

39

32.2

 Billy Slater

$436,000 

41

46

 Mark Nicholls

$138,000 

42

14.1

 Tui Kamikamica

$138,000 

42

7.5

 Christian Welch

$202,000 

43

23.3

 Jesse Bromwich

$353,000 

43

35.6

 Dale Finucane

$403,000 

44

43.4

 Cooper Cronk

$320,000 

46

39.7

 Jordan McLean

$347,000 

48

38.4

 Cheyse Blair

$269,000 

49

32.5

 Cameron Smith

$573,000 

55

63.3

 Tohu Harris

$353,000 

59

37.6

 Cameron Munster

$495,000 

59

49.6

 Felise Kaufusi

$389,000 

61

45.7

Wests Tigers

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Alex Twal

$269,000 

3

43.8

 Jamal Idris

$220,000 

5

29

 Matt McIlwrick

$235,000 

6

28.4

 Michael Chee-Kam

$173,000 

11

23.5

 Esan Marsters

$289,000 

14

35.4

 Dallas Graham

$138,000 

16

0

 Watson Heleta

$138,000 

16

0

 Junior Tatola

$138,000 

16

0

 Nathan Milone

$138,000 

16

0

 JJ Felise

$145,000 

16

15

 Rod Griffin

$138,000 

16

0

 Wesley Lolo

$138,000 

16

0

 Justin Hunt

$143,000 

16

0

 Joel Edwards

$205,000 

17

21.4

 Malakai Watene Zelezniak

$202,000 

19

23.9

 Matthew Eisenhuth

$289,000 

19

39.5

 Moses Suli

$264,000 

24

31.1

 Tuimoala Lolohea

$375,000 

27

37.7

 Chris Lawrence

$247,000 

27

30.4

 Tim Grant

$233,000 

28

28.5

 Jordan Rankin

$219,000 

29

18

 Tim Simona

$269,000 

31

0

 Josh Aloiai

$266,000 

33

27.3

 Luke Brooks

$349,000 

34

33.5

 Ava Seumanufagai

$296,000 

34

33.6

 Matt Ballin

$201,000 

36

7

 Jacob Liddle

$307,000 

36

29.5

 David Nofoaluma

$367,000 

38

44.6

 James Tedesco

$465,000 

38

51.4

 Sauaso Sue

$272,000 

38

30.6

 Kevin Naiqama

$256,000 

40

26

 Jack Littlejohn

$198,000 

43

23.3

 Aaron Woods

$478,000 

46

47.6

 Kyle Lovett

$311,000 

59

33.6

 Elijah Taylor

$378,000 

71

45.1

Gold Coke Titans

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Tyler Cornish

$146,000 

9

25

 Jamal Fogarty

$142,000 

10

23

 Paterika Vaivai

$153,000 

14

17.6

 William Zillman

$173,000 

15

15.6

 Alexander Brimson

$138,000 

16

0

 Keegan Hipgrave

$138,000 

16

0

 Jeff Lynch

$138,000 

16

0

 Lachlan Burr

$152,000 

17

0

 Nathaniel Peteru

$196,000 

18

22.4

 Pat Politoni

$170,000 

18

22.7

 Max King

$261,000 

22

26.4

 Edward Pettybourne

$154,000 

23

12.5

 Agnatius Paasi

$245,000 

23

27.1

 Tyrone Roberts

$234,000 

24

25.1

 Morgan Boyle

$269,000 

26

31.1

 Leivaha Pulu

$245,000 

27

30.5

 Ashley Taylor

$391,000 

28

39.6

 Phillip Sami

$138,000 

28

9

 Ryan James

$414,000 

30

48.3

 Kane Elgey

$212,000 

30

24.6

 Anthony Don

$216,000 

31

23.7

 Tyronne Roberts-Davis

$163,000 

31

18.7

 David Shillington

$271,000 

31

0

 Karl Lawton

$197,000 

34

22

 Dale Copley

$204,000 

36

24.5

 Jarryd Hayne

$325,000 

37

32.4

 Daniel Vidot

$218,000 

38

18.3

 Dan Sarginson

$238,000 

39

24

 Ryan Simpkins

$231,000 

40

25.4

 Chris McQueen

$259,000 

41

26.7

 Zeb Taia

$370,000 

42

0

 Joe Greenwood

$327,000 

44

33.7

 Kevin Proctor

$390,000 

44

39.8

 Nathan Peats

$403,000 

49

44.6

 Chris Grevsmuhl

$283,000 

56

23

 Jarrod Wallace

$374,000 

58

44.8

 Konrad Hurrell

$356,000 

59

36.9

 John Olive

$138,000 

60

2

New Zealand Warriors

Player

Price

Break Even

Average

 Nathaniel Roache

$194,000 

-17

23

 Mason Lino

$166,000 

6

27.5

 Bunty Afoa

$287,000 

8

33.4

 John Palavi

$143,000 

16

0

 Isaiah Papalii

$139,000 

16

16

 Matthew Allwood

$143,000 

16

0

 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad

$239,000 

21

30.8

 Solomone Kata

$283,000 

23

27.7

 Jacob Lillyman

$299,000 

23

33.6

 James Gavet

$360,000 

27

35.9

 Sam Lisone

$263,000 

28

30.1

 David Fusitua

$193,000 

29

26.2

 Ben Matulino

$355,000 

30

38.7

 Ma'afoaeata Hingano

$138,000 

32

17

 Charlie Gubb

$213,000 

32

24.6

 Jazz Tevaga

$285,000 

33

0

 Kieran Foran

$341,000 

36

40.6

 Ryan Hoffman

$315,000 

39

36.5

 Blake Ayshford

$268,000 

39

28.1

 Ligi Sao

$138,000 

39

14.4

 Albert Vete

$207,000 

41

22.1

 Manu Vatuvei

$254,000 

44

9

 Issac Luke

$416,000 

44

42.6

 Bodene Thompson

$471,000 

49

44

 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

$368,000 

51

40.6

 Shaun Johnson

$538,000 

51

58.1

 Ken Maumalo

$325,000 

65

31.6

 Simon Mannering

$591,000 

69

59.7

 

Published in NRL Fantasy
Sunday, 30 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Storm vs Sea Eagles

Our early Sunday game for Round 21 was always going to be all about one man. Cameron Smith became just the 3rd player to participate in 350 NRL matches and he did not shirk his responsibilities.

Smith lead the scoring with four try assists, 6 goals, 31 tackles plus a couple of other attack stats to finish on 88*. If there was any doubt about Smith's mantle as 'Rule number 1' for NRL Fantasy players, it has been quashed well and truly with a mind boggling performance from CS9. He ran the team just like we've come to expect and whenever the Storm were on attack, #CAM350 was there to take advantage of a weak Manly side which finished on 69 missed tackles. 69!!

As far as other scores go;

The other Cameron, Munster, finished on 59*. 9 tackle busts and an offload will have to be some consolation for Munster owners, as he came close to scoring at least 3 times but couldn't quite cross the line.

Joe Stimson was handed another start and duly delivered with a try on his way to 58* points. He's definitely not a target for this season but once Tohu Harris departs, he could be an undervalued buy for 2018.

Curtis Scott had a quiet second half and ended the game on 41* points. This was his second game in an unfamiliar left centre position but he performed admirably. He should continue to grow through this year and is definitely a valid option to fill a spot in your 17 for the remainder of the season.

Martin Taupau had somewhat of a resurgence with 49* points in 44 minutes. He made 5 tackle busts and 3 offloads to get him back to being in the conversation for a spot in your side after a few less than stellar performances.

DCE and the Trbojevic Bros Inc were a major let down with Cherry-Evans finishing on 25* after contributing 9 of the aforementioned missed tackles. He wont suffer the same treatment every week and is someone you shouldn't hesitate to play for the remainder of the season, unless you have Cleary, Pearce and a host of bench forwards to play in his stead. Jake Trbojevic scored 40* with no attacking stats other than run metres. He wont have to play the Storm every week so you can expect his scores to increase for the remainder of the season. The same could be said for brother Tom, who was shut down by Melbourne. Despite a try-assist, he could only provide 23* points for his owners. 

Published in NRL Fantasy
Friday, 28 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Warriors vs Sharks

Sharks win 26-12. That game was rather disappointing. As a Warriors fan, I'm not disappointed in their performance. I've come to expect it. But the way they rolled over in the last 20 minutes was pathetic. The more disappointing aspects of the match were the fantasy scores.

Bodene Thompson had a 33 point first half and scored a try to start the second stanza before suffering a shoulder injury. He still managed to top the scoring with 52* points from only 58 minutes. From reports, there was a 'crack'ing sound which could spell season over. All his owners will be severely disappointed as Thompson has been a strong POD over the last 6 weeks, averaging over 56.

Paul Gallen was the only other popular player to hit 50* points. Nothing special from the Sharks skipper, 30 tackles, 150+ metres and four offloads. Stock standard but still disappointing.

After that there was a run of very poor scores.

Simon Mannering's run of great scores came to a screeching halt with only 48*.

Andrew Fifita
continued his run of rather disappointing scores with 39*. That makes 6 games in a row since he's hit 60. Since the start of Oranges he's been a bum. The problem with Fifita is his potential to go out on any given week and score 100+. This is why you must hold and continue to play.


Roger Tuivasa-Sheck had a 9 point second half and finished on 38*. I suppose this could be considered a pass mark but it proves that he needs tries to really be considered a gun at WFB.

In fact the only surprising score was Fa'amanu Brown with 39*. He scored a first half try before going off in the 60th minute with a nasty head knock courtesy of Sam Lisone's knee. I would say 99.99% of Brown's owners would have had him riding the pine but if you were un(?)fortunate enough to have to play him **cough cough** Matthew Duggan **cough cough**, 39 points is a god send.

*All scores were correct at the time of writing and do not include updates.

Published in NRL Fantasy
Sunday, 23 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Tigers vs Eels

The Parramatta Eels have beaten the Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium, requiring a late field goal from Corey Norman to take a 17-16 win and solidify their position in the top 8 on the NRL ladder.

James Tedesco scored his FIRST TRY SINCE ROUND ONE (!) and added 9 tackle breaks to lead the scoring with 61* points. It was always a matter of when and not if, Tedesco got back on the score sheet and with a price tag of around $440,000 next week looks the goods for the run home. He's a popular option with almost 25% ownership but you can definitely count on him to produce when it matters.

Nathan Brown continued a strong run of form with 59* to bring his 5 round average to 59.8. He's a solid workhorse and also has a good offload which adds to his appeal. If you're a Burgess owner and concerned about his availability, Brown is a great trade target as the Eels continue their push to the finals. They'll need all his metres and tackles if they want to make a run at the top 4.

For anyone that had the faith, or didn't have a choice, Semi Radradra returned a great score of 52*. He was very involved tonight and finished with one try, a try assist and 3 line breaks along with 202 metres. As is always the problem with the flying Fijian, he has his good and his bad weeks. The Eels face a reasonably easy schedule for the remainder of the regular season but start with a game against the 3rd ranked Broncos next week. He's definitely a match up based play but against the weaker teams he can run riot.

Corey Norman had a whole host of attacking stats but could still only return a score of 36*, thanks largely to a late line break. There were high hopes on Norman continuing his early season form alongside Mitchell Moses, however he hasn't topped 43 points since round 9 and averages just 40.2 with Moses in the team. In all likelihood, Norman owners won't have much of a choice but to hold and hope he turns it around.

Clint Gutherson owners will be nervously awaiting reports of a possible injury that befell him towards the end of the match. I am one such person and while I am happy with his 46* from tonights match, an injury will not be such fantastic news. He's great fun to watch and is very hungry for the ball. He's very capable of very large scores and averages 49.2 in his last 5 matches. If he does succumb to injury, I can't imagine it will be a long term one. Here's hoping you have some cover.

*All scores do not include updates and were accurate at time of publication.

Published in NRL Fantasy
Sunday, 23 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Dragons vs Sea Eagles

Game of two halves... almost.
The Dragons blew the Sea-Eagles off the park at WIN Stadium in a high scoring affair. The St George-Illawaara team scored 9 tries to Manlys 4 in what can only be described as a flip-flopping affair.
The Dragons held a 30-0 half time lead thanks to tries to Nightingale, Lafai, Aitken, Host and Widdop.
With Manly desperate to hit back, Dylan Walker got them off to a good start by dotting down in the 42nd minute. 
What followed can only be described as mind boggling. The Dragons were in possession inside the Manly 20 when a dust up betwen Jack de Belin and Darcy Lussick resulted in the former throwing a punch and being binned. 
De Belin can also count himself lucky as it looked to some like he struck out with an elbow but the fact he was holding the ball with the same arm may save him from further scrutiny.
Manly then went on the attack, scoring 3 tries in the 10 minutes that Lussick was off the field to little brother Joey Lussick, Akuila Uate and Jake Trbojevic which closed the game up at 30-22.
As soon as Darcy returned to the field, the Dragons scored through Paul Vaughan which kick started another run of points as the game finished 52-22.

Star of the future, or now.

With the news that Josh Dugan would miss the game, Matt Dufty finally got his chance at fullback and was one of the Dragons best. He finished on 82* points with 11 tackle busts, 194 running metres, two try assists and capped it off with the final try of the game. Why this kid has been held back for so long beats me and the Dragons faithful will hope he can retain his spot at the back. With Euan Aitken going down after scoring his second try, perhaps Josh Dugan can return into the centres? We'll have to wait and see but the fact of the matter is, The Dragons looked a lot more electric with Dufty in the side.

Trbojevic Bros Inc roll on
Jake and Tom continue to shine in the Manly team with Jake nabbing a try for the second game in a row and finishing on 72* points. With Sam Burgess possibly missing time on the run home, Jake will be a popular target and at under 10% ownership could provide a nice alternative to the mainstays in the forwards. Tom couldn't get on the scoreboard today but he did turn provider for one try and saved another, finishing on 49*. He had a very quiet game so to still produce a score of that level is fantastic news for all his owners. Another potential Burgess trade target with Curtis Scott and Tyrell Fuimaono both disappointing this week.


Guns are guns for a reason
And the reason is clear. Average 50 or more and you'll be considered for a season ending spot in a lot of teams. The usual suspects Jack de Belin (60*) and Paul Vaughan (56*) continued to provide as they have all season. JdB managed 76 minutes today with Joel Thompson sidelined in the warm up and Packer being pulled early after some dismal defending led to the Manly fight back. Vaughan scored a try so his score may disappoint some of his owners but with a couple of less than ideal scores recently, I'd be laughing all the way to the bank.


And guns will soon no longer be guns...
Cameron McInnes and Martin Taupau will count themselves lucky that everyone is running low on trades but I have no doubt they will still find themselves in the shop window for a number of teams this week following two very disappointing scores of 34* and 33* respectively. McInnes is notorious for relying on tackle counts and with the Dragons having the majority of possession, he only managed to make 39 today. Combine that with 1 missed tackle, 1 error and 1 penalty conceded and McInnes was never in the hunt for a top score. With his running metres drying up (he hasn't run for more than 20 metres since round 15) he will be a hard hold, but with Cameron Smith possible missing some time, there aren't really any better options. Taupau started the game with some strong runs and when he went off after his first stint of 25 minutes, was on 28 points. Unfortunately, he must have watched what Andrew Fifita did on Friday night as his second 22 minute stint returned just 5 points. With 10 minutes remaining he was actually on less than his half time score. Taupau has been rather disappointing of late, with two sub-35 scores in his last 4 games. I'm sure if there were more trades floating around, he'd be a goner.


*Scores do not include updates and were correct at time of writing.

Published in NRL Fantasy
Friday, 21 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Sharks vs Rabbitohs

Sharks put the Rabbits back in their Sh*tty burrow.
By The Big Tree

Oh Crikey!

Sorry for ever doubting you oh Fantasy god Angus Crichton! Playing through his apparent foot fracture Crikey pumps out a beastly 86* to appease all his wary owners. A few sells this week, let's hope those coaches know what they're doing. 

No sign of Gal slowing down! 

Still powered by peptides? Gallen tops the metres gained column once again, not quite enough extras such as OLs and TBs to return another gun score. How does the old bull keep doing it?! 49* will have to do this week.

Sammy Boyle is running dry.

38* why oh why! Midweek Facebook group speculation that Sam Burgess was carrying a neck injury likened to that of his Pommy counterpart James Graham had a few worried. Whether this be true or absolutely horrifying scenes in the 74th minute as Surgess leaves the field with what looks like rib cartilage issues. Those Zero Traders won't sleep well. 

Fui/Scott Saga - Advantage Gamblers

Another storyline all week has been whether to run Fuimaono at CTR, or gamble on Scott being a late call up and risk an AE. A paltry 24* from Fuimaono tonight leaves the advantage with the gamblers as we saw CMat score 29 who a lot were saying could be their AE should Scott not make the 17. We wait. 

Flatline Fifita.

With a monstrous 36 in his first stint Fifita owners were salivating at the prospect of him coming back and ripping in. In the 2nd half we witness a classic case of what goes up must come down as he manages a gross 11 in his second. 47*. 


Oh, and, Reynolds played well for a guy with a broken thumb....

Published in NRL Fantasy
Thursday, 20 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Broncos vs Bulldogs

Magical McCullough, Mighty Moga

The Brisbane Broncos put the Canterbury Bulldogs to the sword at Suncorp Stadium tonight as they restricted the Sydney-siders to just one try in each half, winning 42-12. 

Andrew McCullough got off to a flyer making a bunch of tackles before making a break up the middle and laying on a try to Tautau Moga. It wasn't until the 53rd minute that the clock finally overtook McCullough's score. The second half was a bit of a Bronco's try-fest of which McCullough wasn't too involved so his score suffered as the Brisbanites had very little defence to do. He would finish on 61* points that included only 32 tackles which is his second lowest tackle count of the season (31 tackles in 58 minutes in round 11). He's a perfect sidekick to Cameron Smith for the remainder of the season.

Moga also had a solid game, scoring the first Bronco's try and making a big break which lead to 49* points. Anyone that held him will be very thankful for his efforts the last two weeks. I, myself was thinking I was stuck with him for the remainder of the season but if he continues to play like tonight I won't be too displeased.

James Roberts scored a second half double around some tiring Bulldogs defense to bump his score up to 54*. He'll be priced around $370k next week and if has a strong run home, could be slightly undervalued for anyone looking for a POD for the run home (6.55% owned).

Kodi Nikorima enjoyed his switch to fullback and scored a try, ran for 140 metres and had 5 tackle busts to be rewarded with 47* points. With Darius Boyd likely to return next week, it is likely that Nikorima be relegated to the bench (at best) for the remainder of the season. But don't be surprised if Bennett shakes things up with Anthony Milford (31*) and Ben Hunt (35*) both having reasonably quiet games.

Aiden Tolman was subjected to some rather low minutes (56) this week and as such only managed 45* points. Obviously it's still a great PPM so if he can get another bump in games that the Bulldogs have a chance, he should get back to some decent scoring.

Moses Mbye was another to come under the spotlight in recent times with three 57+ scores in a row but he returned a very disappointing 25* to anyone that bought him this week.

One score I completely missed on the first pass was Josh McGuire's highly disappointing 24*. Let us also not forget that this included a try. McGuire made a surprisingly low 12 tackles and missed 3 in 49 minutes which is very very low. I know a few people that had to trade Trent Merrin were targetting him as someone who could produce some decent scores for a cheaper price tag. Unfortunately, McGuire has started the run home very poorly.

*All scores are pre-updates and were correct at time of writing.
Published in NRL Fantasy
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 00:00

Q & A With The Renegade: Round 20

Well with the Byes over and done with, injuries starting to creep in it’s now we find out who are the Men and who are the mice. Last week I managed a healthy 1027 which lifted me to a rank of 219. With 4 trades remaining things are looking good. With people running out of trades the questions tend to dry up a little, so my articles will too. I will fill in popular questions in case people care or have trades left.

I am getting Pearce and Smith in the next 2 weeks, who do I get first? Pearce with a break even of 70 against the Knights or Smith after a week off.  Paul Messell

I would lean towards Smith he is likely to be fresh, it also means you can set and forget your captain and will probably get 70 (since I decided not to get him). If you’re wondering about my logic, It is that I got AM9 last week so as long as CS9 doesn’t outscore AM9 by more than 52 then I made the right call.

Watson/Cornish/Lino... which one for cash out for the run home?  Paul Messell

None- at this time of the season why would you want one of these? Your team can’t suck that bad you have to play them. You’re not trying to make cash. You may get stuck with a AE if things go wrong. Get Bucky Fizz or Willy Hypocrite or anyone that is 138k and won’t play.

J. Wallace keep or trade this week?  Junior Thompson

I would be tempted to run until seasons end. He’s averaging 46 in a weak position. In other positions it may be more valuable to upgrade i.e. centre or wing. If you are going to, though, you might as well do it this week. I only hope you are getting Fifita as he is the only worthy candidate.

Heard anything about Curtis Scott?  Richard Mckernan

It will be a game time decision. He wasn’t named in the Storms feeder team. I know our old mate and Fantasy rookie Butters believes he has the scoop and he is not in my team so wouldn’t mind if he’s a no show, but stay by your device to make a late change.

Will Issac Luke take a more leading role with SJ gone?  Mark Affleck

Yes, he will do goal kicking. If you are thinking of bringing him in for the remainder of the season you have issues.

Is trading either RTS / Edwards and Fuimaono for Teddy and Turbo leaving Jayne too sideways? Leaves me with 2 trades for the rest of the year and about 150ishk in the bank.  Shazial Sheikh

It is a little bit. However at this part of the season it’s about putting your best players you can in. Your team must be stacked if this is your worst problem. The Fui trade for TTurbo is golden though.

Cleary, DCE, Teddy or equivalent value 2RF for SJ's spot. Will play in my 17 each week. No extra cash or trades available.  Toby Williamson

I would probably lean towards Cleary, gets his points from KM and goal kicking. As we saw this week also has a few other strings that can be played to go big. I also assume he will provide a little cover for you as well.

I have Reynolds, Norman, DCE and SJ in my halves. Should I trade SJ or hold him? Brenton James Head

It’s a lot of coin to keep sitting for a minimum of 4 weeks, I would look to trade but maybe look to get that cash into another position as you look ok at half. 

 

Thanks for all the questions, don’t forget if you have used all your trades to enter the RD 20 challenge. Will you try and make cash or loop every week? Let’s go for another 1K this week!

 

THE RENEGADE

Published in NRL Fantasy
Monday, 17 July 2017 00:00

Renegades Eliminator - The FINAL!

The moment is here. After 11 weeks of hard work, injuries, Origin surprises and trade after trade, we finally have a winner for the 2017 Renegades Eliminator! 

It all came down to Anthony Reynolds and his team RNGD tigersharks pRt up against Liam Doyle and RNGD Elbanditos.

First, lets have a look at the players that both teams contained: 



No surprises here with most of these guys easily considered keepers. Interesting that both guys were running both Leilua and RTS but when it comes to the CTR and WFB positions, trading at this time of year really is a luxury.

Now we get down to the nitty gritty. Unique players. This is where it all counts.


Anthony used the loop hole to full effect on his vice-captain Paul Gallen, benching Jason Taumalolo which meant he actually came out of the 'same player' stakes ahead, but with Liam's captain still to play.

As it turned out, Liam also had a good captaincy option in Simon Mannering but he couldn't quite match Gallen's effort meaning that Anthony would maintain a slight advantage.

From here it was POD central and I guess you could say that in the end it all came down to the fantastic Friday night effort of Nathan Cleary who set a new NRL Fantasy record of 126 points, and pushed Anthony Reynolds and his team RNGD tigersharks  pRt to victory! Congratulations to Anthony for winning the inaugural Renegades Eliminator and taking home that cool hard cash!

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Sunday, 16 July 2017 00:00

What We Learnt - Rabbitohs vs Cowboys

South Sydney sold out for the cash to host the Cowboys again at one of their "home away from homes" in Cairns. North Queensland won quite comfortably in the end, as a result of being able to hold onto the football which was something that came as quite a challenge to the men in Cardinal and Myrtle. 

Big Jase gets its done 

Owners of the Cowboys lock hit the #JasePot as the big Kiwi climbed to a score of 65* thanks to a pretty simple try to lead all scorers and post a decent captain score. With an average above 60, Taumololo does offer an alternative captain for coaches who have opted not to finish the season with Cameron Smith in the squad –albeit he is prone to the odd low score due to fluctuating minutes.

Risky Running Halves 

Michael Morgan showed the risk of punting for a running half as he finished on 24*, a stark contrast to some of the impressive totals he's amassed in previous games. Coaches looking to replace the injured SJ may look at the Origin hero but today's game is a warning that he will be rocks and diamonds. 

Sayonara Surgess? 

Owners of the Enigmatic Englishman would be scratching their heads as to what has happened to the only fantasy relevant Burgess brother Sam who has spent some lengthy stints defending out on the edge. He posted a subpar score of 41* and will see his value decrease to around $500k; although with most coaches running low on trades he's probably not worth selling. 

Consistent Crichton 

Everyone's favourite fantasy back-rower has been the source of conjecture of the past couple of weeks; having been spotted in a moonboot at a fan day last week. Angus cemented his status amongst fantasy fieds by responding to a plethora of Instagram DMs assuring the masses he was good to go; and he looked the part as he powered to 64* despite only being on 19 at HT. One point of interest is he did finish with his left foot heavily strapped over the boot – cause for concern? 

*All scores are pre-updates and were accurate at the time of publication

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