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SuperCoach Analysis: Highs & Lows in 2019

There’s always plaudits and brickbats in any SuperCoach year — so it proved to be in 2019, with the top ten high scoring players favourites for the fans but the busts really costing SuperCoach players as the year went on. 

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Who did you get right and who did you get wrong? If you picked both Grundy and Gawn as starting ruckmen, you’d be laughing — although both cost an arm-and-a-leg prior to the start of the season but went down in price. Conversely, did you think that Angus Brayshaw would continue on his 2018 form, and how long did you end up carrying him on your side?

BRODIE GRUNDY | COLLINGWOOD MAGPIES | RUC | $616,200 (-$92,000) | 130.0 avg. | 58.6% ownership

Technically, Grundy’s 2019 year was a dip compared to his incredible 2018 season — he averaged 0.5 less points per game, and shed over $90,000 from his starting price. Yet, of course, he was one of seven players to be selected in over 50% of all sides when it came to the final week of the year. On only three occasions did he score fewer than 100 points in a game, and not once did he post a total lower than 80 points — indeed, his lowest scoring game for the year was his opening game of the year, when he picked up ‘only’ 81 points against the Cats. 16 of his 22 games found him totalling in excess of 120 points, topped by a brilliant performance against the Dogs in Round 14, when he smashed out 174.

JACK MACRAE | WESTERN BULLDOGS | MID | $652,800 (-$36,900) | 123.2 avg. | 42.5% ownership

With Hawthorn’s reigning Brownlow Medalist Tom Mitchell absent for the entire year as a result of a horrific broken leg at training, Jack Macare was always the likely pick for the best pure MID in the game, and he didn’t disappoint. In the end he completed the SuperCoach season as the third-highest priced player in the game, had the third best average (behind Grundy and Gawn), and yet was still owned by just 42.5% of all players in the game. He only had three scores below 100 for the year, and had 13 scores in excess of 120 points, with a massive outing against the Lions in Round 20 seeing him total 155 points. He’s sure to be a favourite in 2020.

MAX GAWN | MELBOURNE DEMONS | RUC | $616,200 (-$53,700) | 128.4 avg. | 51.4% ownership

The debate was alive all year — who was the number one ruckman in the competition? After the final Friday night of the regular season, the critics were lauding Grundy. Max Gawn’s response? Just a casual 212 point outing against one of the form players in the competition, as he destroyed Todd Goldstein. In fact, when Gawn came up against the best he regularly out-scored them; against Goldstein he dominated, and against Grundy he either dominated (the Queen’s Birthday game, when he scored 153 to Grundy’s 81) or probably drew even (the match-up later in the year, when he scored 99 to his opponent’s 86). In a dark year for the Demons, Gawn was a bright light, averaging a massive 139.4 ppg in the last five rounds of the year.

LACHIE NEALE | BRISBANE LIONS | MID | $560,300 (-$47,000) | 121.3 avg. | 55.0% ownership

It was always going to be interesting to see how a switch across the country affected Neale’s SuperCoach output. No longer second fiddle to Nathan Fyfe at Fremantle, it was reasonable to expect that the greater attention he would cop at Brisbane could see his scores dip; instead his average increased by just on 10 ppg, with his first four rounds nothing short of outstanding, with not a single score below 127 points. At the close of the regular season, he only had five scores below 100, with 10 in excess of 120 points. He finished the season in style, amassing 51 possessions and 190 points against the Tigers at the G.

JOSH DUNKLEY | WESTERN BULLDOGS | FWD / MID | $659,100 (+$142,800) | 116.5 avg. | 34.9% ownership

For the just on third of all SuperCoach players who had Dunkley in their side, here’s hoping they enjoyed his Dual Position Player flexibility, as the likelihood will be that he’ll simply be a pure MID in 2019. He finished the season in style, with an average of 133.8 ppg over the last five rounds. Compared to others he did have a couple of quiet patches, with eight scores below 100 (and a couple of those below 80), but when he went large — as against Melbourne in Round 17, when he amassed 202 points — he really went large, with eight 120+ scores including four in excess of 150. The allocation of funds in the 2020 MID choices will be interesting to see.

MARCUS BONTEMPELLI | WESTERN BULLDOGS | MID | $577,000 (+$12,400) | 114.7 avg. | 29.2% ownership

Who would have thought that Marcus Bontempelli would be the third Musketeer at the Western Bulldogs? Behind the likes of Macrae and Dunkley, the Bont was nevertheless an outstanding purchase for those who selected him. With nine scores above 120 and the same number below 100, it’s the fifth season in a row that he has completed the season with an average in excess of 100 ppg, but it was just on seven ppg above his previous best year, when the Dogs won the premiership in 2016 and Bontempelli averaged 107.7 ppg.



ADAM TRELOAR | COLLINGWOOD MAGPIES | MID | $628,100 (+$33,900) | 113.4 avg. | 21.4% ownership

After missing nine regular season games in 2018 with a double hamstring strain, Treloar was always going to be a firm favourite for SuperCoach fans in 2019, thanks in no small part to his sheer gut-running and ball-winning ability. In 2019 he played every game, bumping his average per game to a career-high. No game was better than his outstandingly efficient outing against the lowly Suns in Round 20 when he amassed 177 points. Yet that was only one of his seven 120+ point efforts, with only five scores below 100 for the completed home and away season. Treloar remains an outstanding addition to any SuperCoach MID set-up.

TODD GOLDSTEIN | NORTH MELBOURNE KANGAROOS | RUC | $631,900 (+$83,900) | 112.2 avg. | 13.3% ownership

Talk about highs and lows! Against a deplorable Power combo of youngster Peter Ladhams and experienced Patrick Ryder, Goldstein smashed out a 176 point game in Round 22. It was chocolates to boiled lollies for the out-of-contract North Melbourne ruckman, with his Round 23 match-up against Max Gawn seeing his score drop by over 100 points, down to 69 in the final round of the season. Nevertheless, Goldstein showcased why he was the second ruck choice for many SuperCoach outfits in 2019, paired with one of the awesome twosome of Gawn and Grundy. He finished the year with the fourth-best SuperCoach average of his career; no wonder he remains much in demand as a free agent.

PATRICK DANGERFIELD | GEELONG CATS | FWD / MID | $602,600 (-$57,900) | 115.2 avg. | 68.6% ownership

The most-owned player in SuperCoach as the season came to a close, Dangerfield’s Dual Position Player flexibility was no doubt a key factor in his high selection status. So too, most likely, was his propensity for busting out big games — just over half of his 21 appearances saw him score in excess of 120 points per game; the likelihood is that his ownership in 2019 would still have been in excess of 50% even if he was only available as a MID. Dangerfield is a special and unique talent who simply doesn’t know how to stop — one of the most professional, diligent and consistent players in the competition, he’s averaged over 100 points per game ever year since 2012.

CLAYTON OLIVER | MELBOURNE DEMONS | MID | $540,700 (-$81,900) | 109.4 avg. | 28.3% ownership

For all the talk that Oliver has had a ‘poor’ year, it must be remembered that the fourth-year Demon only turned 22 midway through the season and finished first in contested possessions, fourth in clearances, fifth in tackles, and sixth in tackles on his way to being in the top 10 scoring SuperCoach players in 2019. Alongside teammate Max Gawn and Kangaroos giant Todd Goldstein, he was the only non-finalist to feature in among such a glorious bunch of high-scorers. So, poor season or simply not as good as last year? His average fell by five or so points per game, but his effect on results definitely seemed diminished.


TOM HAWKINS | GEELONG CATS | FWD | $405,900 (-$147.000k) | 85.6 avg. | 4.5% ownership

Tom Hawkins had a cliff-like fall in SuperCoach points this season. In 2018, he was the No. 1 ranked forward having averaged 101.8 points from 22 games. Fast forward to 2019 and a new-look Cats forward line consisting of smaller, robust players not only spread Geelong’s scoring but limited the reliance the Cats once had on Hawkins. The emergence of Esava Ratugolea allowed for a double-pronged forward attack and another aerial target which was a key reason for Hawkins’ 2019 SuperCoach decline. His numbers are virtually similar year on year on all other key performance indicators, however, his marking game was notably down.

ANGUS BRAYSHAW | MELBOURNE DEMONS | MID | $395,00 (-$131.800) | 85.3 avg. | 7.6% ownership

Having finished third in the 2018 Brownlow Medal, Angus Brayshaw statistically had a year to forget, which summed up Melbourne’s season in a nutshell. In Brayshaw’s case, he was down in every single key performance indicator. The most alarming decline statistically was his drop off in score involvements which was down 50% year on year. His SuperCoach score benefited greatly in 2018 from this statistic but this — paired with a decline in tackles, marks, disposals, contested possessions and inside 50s — meant his SuperCoach scores suffered as a result.

STEELE SIDEBOTTOM | COLLINGWOOD MAGPIES | MID | $495,800 (-$55,900) | 94.3 avg. | 5.4% ownership

Another who finished the 2018 season on the podium of the Brownlow Medal, Steele Sidebottom didn’t quite reach the lofty heights that 2018 delivered. Although he was only down eight points per game in 2019, it was his ceiling that was limited and so too was the number of times he hit triple figures this season. The Pies’ midfield undoubtedly bats deep, but Sidebottom found himself playing across all areas of the ground in 2019 rather than a pure midfield role. He was a strong contributor for the Pies, but if you had him in SuperCoach you would’ve been disappointed.

DAVID MUNDY | FREMANTLE DOCKERS | FWD / MID | $388,400 (-$132,500) | 89.0 avg. | 8.5% ownership

Age has finally caught up with one of SuperCoaches most consistent and reliable players from the last 10 years. The Fremantle stalwart played every game this year but had a seven-point decline on average per game. Notably, Mundy had just seven scores over 100 in 2019, down from the 11 that made him a premium option in 2018. He fell in value by more than $130,000 this year, which will have the 33-year old veteran conservatively priced in 2020.

JUSTIN WESTHOFF | PORT ADELAIDE POWER | RUC / FWD | $404,900 (-$144,600) | 80.2 avg. | 7.2% ownership

Initial thoughts during the pre-season had keen SuperCoaches believing that Justin Westhoff was going to get off the chain around the ground with the arrival of Scott Lycett in the off-season. Those initial thoughts looked bang-on the money after opening his 2019 account with a monster 150-point effort, but from there it was all downhill. Westhoff struggled for impact and consistency, which, to a degree, summarised Port Adelaide’s season. The RUC / FWD lost more than $140,000 in value which will have him underpriced coming into 2020.

JOEL SELWOOD | GEELONG CATS | MID | $408,100 (-$162,400) | 85.5 avg. | 2.0% ownership

The courageous Cats skipper had a dip in output in 2019 but it hasn’t stopped the Cats from finishing as minor premiers. Selwood lost a whopping $162,400 from his starting price this year and averaged just 85 points. It’s the first time since his debut season that Selwood has averaged less than 90 SuperCoach points in a season. Sure, Geelong doesn’t rely on Selwood being the prime ball-winner at the stoppages like they once used to, and the 31-year old has had his fair share of body blows over his career. Still, Selwood’s relevancy looks to be lost on the game in which he dominated as a must-have premium midfielder for the last decade.

BRYCE GIBBS | ADELAIDE CROWS | MID | $359,300 (-$164,600) | 69.1 avg. | 0.3% ownership

If anybody’s SuperCoach scoring and general ball-winning ability have evaporated in the AFL over the last 12 months, then it’s Adelaide’s Bryce Gibbs. The once prolific ball-winner and No. 1 pick left the Blues for the Crows in a move that was seen to enhance Adelaide’s premiership credentials. But in 2019, Gibbs struggled for consistency and form, dropped numerous times throughout the season and sent back to the SANFL. Gibbs had the largest decrease in value and SuperCoach output this year, falling by $164,600 and dropping by 27.4 points on average per game.

DYSON HEPPELL | ESSENDON BOMBERS | MID | $453,400 (-$98,100) | 94.7 avg. | 1.0% ownership

While Dyson Heppell only fell by seven points per game on average in 2019 from his 2018 output, it was his inability to score beyond 100 points that hurt his SuperCoach credentials. With Dylan Shiel crossing to the club in the off-season, Heppell, statistically, had a better year playing more of an inside role, allowing the likes of Shiel and Darcy Parish to capitalise on the outside. But while his disposal count mirrored his 2018, Heppell had more ineffective kicks and turnovers this season which hurt his SuperCoach score. With only five centuries in 2019, SuperCoaches might’ve called time on Heppell’s relevancy.

RORY LAIRD | ADELAIDE CROWS | DEF | $473,600 (-$114,000) | 96.8 avg. | 42.3% ownership

Seen as a must-start defender this year, it was a mixed bag for Rory Laird in 2019 after a stellar few seasons that have seen him locked into a premo status down back in SuperCoach. Laird dropped in value by more than $110,000 but still did enough to average 96 points this season with seven SuperCoach tons. But don’t let the average fool you; Laird’s scoring was yoyo-like this year, pumping out more scores in the 70s and 80s than in recent times. Adelaide’s defence found plenty of the ball this year, and although Laird was the rudder that steered the Crows defence in season’s past, there was a more even contribution from rebounding types that spread the scoring.

ROBBIE GRAY | PORT ADELAIDE | FWD / MID | $389,600 (-$135,900) | 83.4 avg. | 9.6% ownership

Another who lost more than $130,000 in value this year, Robbie Gray has been one of the most loved and selected SuperCoach players over the past few years and, although he played 19 games this season, he just didn’t look like he got out of second gear. His scoring was horrifically inconsistent; prone to a 100-point game one week backed up by a sub-60 game the next. His position and role in the Port lineup looked to differ most weeks and, as a result, he struggled hugely for the death-by-a-thousand-cuts impact he’s known for having. Will be cheap next year as a result.

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