Finally we had a full round of games with no Covid rescheduling, unfortunately though scoring across the board was low again in Round 6.
There are only three rounds left of the season, so we look at last rounds top scorers and who are some of the weeks best trade options ahead of a jam-packed week of footy.
Player of the Round
Jasmine Garner – 112
Much like the Kangaroos, Garner is building week on week. With her best performance of the year, Garner had 26 disposals, six marks and five tackles against the Tigers. Garner has scored over 100 fantasy points two weeks in a row now, and she is worth considering for the rest of the year.
Jasmine Garner: Kangaroos 112
Alison Drennan: Gold Coast 108
Hayley Miller: Fremantle 108
Brittany Bonnici: Collingwood 107
Ashleigh Riddell: Kangaroos 96
Gabby O’Sullivan: Fremantle 95
Anne Hatchard: Adelaide 94
Ellie Blackburn: Bulldogs 91
Mimi Hill: Carlton 89
Nina Morrison: Geelong 87
Alyce Parker: GWS 87
Rookie of the Round
Having looked past her last week, due to Georgie Prespakis’ comeback Eliza West has followed up Round 5’s performance with a very strong score of 82 in Round 6. West’s price has gone up $14,200 this season and she is averaging 52 for the year.
Mikayla Morrison: Fremantle -15
Keeley Sherar: Carlton -11
Ruby Svarc: Brisbane -8
Meg Macdonald: Richmond -7
Eliza West: Melbourne -4
More AFL News
Round 6 targets:
Mimi Hill of Carlton has only played two games so far this season, and both games have been strong performances with scores of 97 and 89. Hill’s price point is 56 and her breakeven is very low at 4. If you have room in your midfield, Hill is a good option for the last few rounds.
Gabby O’Sullivan, Fremantle forward is one of the most consistent scorers of the year. She is a high priced forward at $59,100 but her lowest score for the year is 64. O’Sullivan is averaging a score of 80 for the year, boosting her numbers thanks to her tackling where she is averaging 8 per game.
It is a bumper fixture coming up for rounds seven and eight, with most of the postponed games being rescheduled across the next two weeks. As a result the Gold Coast Suns, Brisbane Lions, GWS, St Kilda and the Western Bulldogs will play three matches across the two weeks.
This could mean that we will see some players being rested, which could bring our bench players into the game. If you haven’t got players on your bench who will score, it might be time to consider this.
Take note if you are planning on bringing back Kiara Bowers this week, since she didn’t play last week her average score won’t be applied to this week’s bye.
Don’t forget it is also the Hobart Nissan bonus round this week, with the top rank player of the round taking home $1000 thanks to Hobart Nissan.
Subscribe to our newsletter!