CGU Fantasy Football - Round 7
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
Welcome back to round 7 of CGU Fantasy Football!
This round we have another special prize up for grabs, a 2015 official Collingwood Guernsey signed by Nathan Buckley and Scott Pendlebury.
In order to get your hands on this rounds giveaway, simply head over to the CGU Twitter and let us know who you think will win Sunday’s clash between Collingwood and Richmond and by what margin.
We will announce the winner on Monday via Twitter.
Heading into round seven, we have many fallen premiums who are prime for the picking.
Tom Rockliff heads the list after his unlucky start to the season. Rockliff has had a punctured lung, broken ribs and was knocked out two weeks ago but scored 95pts last week and showed us he’s back. He has dropped a massive $242,000 so far this year and will drop again this week unless he can achieve his break even of 170. Rockliff is a ‘must have’ midfielder and it’s time to get him in very soon, if not this week.
Steve Johnson has the potential to score big and he proved that last week with 117pts. He has dropped $162,000 and is now ready to be traded into your team as he carries a break even of just 82. Johnson has averaged 118 in the past and is one of the games best.
THE MASON COX STORY
CGU ambassador Steele Sidebottom’s team mate sure has a story to tell. Mason Cox arrived at Collingwood only ten months ago after playing two years of college basketball with Oklahoma State University. This dunking machine stands at the same height as Fremantle’s Aaron Sandilands (211cm) and has talent to burn. He’s an amazing athlete who tried his hand at soccer in high school and was a member of the Major League soccer side’s FC Dallas development squad and now finds himself trying to wear the black and white stripes in the AFL.
Mason is a developing ruckman who would be third in line behind Grundy and Witts at the Pies. He briefly made an appearance in the NAB Challenge series and has the attitude and ability to debut in the near future.
His story is truly amazing.
BEST PICK: Scott Pendlebury
In his last three games this year, Pendlebury has scored 121, 138 and 118. He has been on fire and even scored 109 when he played against the Tigers last year. He’ll dominate this week, but watch out for a tag from Grigg, who held Joel Selwood to 79 two weeks ago.
TOO HOT: David Armitage
144, 129, 113, 143 and 111 are Armitage’s scores over the last five rounds. He is the inform player in the competition and dominating every single week. He scored 95 on the Crows last year and should keep his hot run going this week at Adelaide Oval.
THE ROUGHIE: Robbie Gray and Brad Ebert
Robbie Gray scored 134 last week and managed 120 against the Lions last year. He appears to have shaken off any calf issues and is back to his very best. Ebert scored 152 against Brisbane last year and has scored 100 and 139 in his last two games this year. Both are very good options heading into round seven.
At this stage, I will be chasing Michael Barlow. He’s dropped $112,000 and will not drop anymore. He’s is at an all time low and now is the time to pounce on the premium midfielder who averaged 111 last year. He has scored 110 and 92 over the last two weeks and is now ripe for the picking.
Thanks for hanging out with me once again to chat about AFL Fantasy. Got any questions? Find me on Twitter @CalvinDT during the week.
Calvin – DT Talk
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