during the JLT Community Series AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Port Adelaide Power at Leederville Oval on February 25, 2018 in Perth, Australia.

The first two weeks of the JLT Community Series are done and dusted, but who stood out from a Supercoach perspective?

With this being the final week of scouting for many Supercoach coaches before the season proper – here are a few stand out players from each position.


Shane Savage (StK) $479,700 – 145 points

Savage is all about offence and is arguably St Kilda’s number one weapon off half back. He racked up 21 possessions at 85 percent efficiency, whilst also leading the Saints for intercept possessions. Could be a massive point of difference in 2018.

Nick Coffield (StK) $171,300 – 63 points

The number eight pick in last year’s draft, he put in a very composed first up display. He had 20 disposals and 63 points. He could be one of the best cash cows in the defence this year

Jeremy Finlayson (GWS) $123,900 – 85 points

With no Zac Williams and Nathan Wilson rebounding out of the defence this year for the Giants, Finlayson was impressive on Thursday night with 14 possessions at 100 percent efficiency. Firming as a round one lock, the 21-year-old averaged 28 disposals and 127 SuperCoach points in his first six games in the NEAFL last year before being called up to the senior side.

Dane Rampe (Syd) $427,400 – 148 points, Jake Lloyd (Syd) $479,900 – 103 points

Rampe (148) and Lloyd (103) were standouts for the Swans against the Lions. Lloyd looks to be the more reliable of the two however. Rampe may be too important to the Swans’ defensive post to score this well week in week out, however Lloyd played time on the wing on the weekend, which will do no harm to his score if he continues to play higher up the ground.

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James Sicily (Haw) $402,800 – 114 points

Although awkwardly priced, Sicily had 24 disposals, at an elite 91 per cent efficiency, six marks and 114 points. He ended last year well with five 100’s in his last eight games, so look to Sicily if you require a point of difference.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 16: James Sicily of the Hawks celebrates a goal during the AFLX match between Hawthorn Hawks and St.Kilda Saints at Etihad Stadium on February 16, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)


Luke Davies-Uniacke (NM) $189,300 – 52 points

Looks like a readymade senior player, however only registered 12 disposals and 52 supercoach points. His tally of eight contested possessions – second most in the team – is an indication that his score will only get higher as he can gather’s more of the footy.

Clayton Oliver (Melb) $612,800 – 108 points

Massive point of difference considering the year he had last year. Oliver tallied 22 disposals, 15 contested possessions and six tackles in a midfield without Jack Viney, Nathan Jones and Dom Tyson.

Dustin Martin (Rich) $656,000 – 108 points

Three quarters and playing in second gear, Martin still gathered 24 disposals, booted 1.1 and tallied 108 points. Lock him in your side.

Nat Fyfe (Freo) $597,900 – 162 points

59 per cent of teams already have him and he justified why in JLT 1. Featured at half-forward and through the midfield, Fyfe had 27 disposals, 13 contested possessions, three contested marks, two goals. Lock him in alongside Martin.

STRATHALBYN, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 25: Cameron Ellis-Yolmen of the Crows tackles Nat Fyfe of the Dockers during the AFL 2018 JLT Community Series match between the Adelaide Crows and the Fremantle Dockers at Strathalbyn on February 25, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Dom Barry (Port) $117,300 – 99 points

One of Port’s best, Barry booted a goal, alongside 20 disposals, nine contested possessions and 99 points.

Nick Holman (GC) $102,400 –  84 points 

The ex-blue is available at a rock bottom price, and did his chances of a round one berth no harm against an under-strength Cats.

Tim Kelly (Geel) 117,300 – 72 points 

He was electric and showed pace and excellent foot skills. Looks a readymade replacement for Steven Motlop, whilst also cementing himself as a genuine cash cow this season.

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Max Gawn (Melb) $503,700 – 145 points

He is the must have ruckman this year. He convincingly beat Todd Goldstein, by registering 18 more hitouts to advantage whilst also scoring a goal as well.

Patrick Ryder (Port) $566,500 – 88 points 

Tapping to a different midfield group at nearly every centre bounce, Ryder was solid in a three quarter effort. Could be the best partner to Gawn this season, although you need to pay a premium price to get him.


Jesse Hogan (Melb) $383,200 – 106 points

There has been talk of more midfield minutes for Hogan this year, and he justified against the Roos why he should be pushing up the ground. He finished with 13 disposals, seven marks, three goals and 106 points. If you’re looking for a point of difference look at Hogan, however maybe watch his JLT 2 before selecting him.

Bayley Fritsch (Melb) $117,300 – 70 points

Every chance to play round one, the mature age recruit tallied 11 disposals, six marks – four of them inside 50, 3.2 and passed two easy chances off to teammates virtually in front of goal.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 01: Bayley Fritsch of the Demons kicks during a Melbourne Demons AFL training session at Gosch’s Paddock on December 1, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Devon Smith (Ess) $439,100 – 118 points

He was recruited to play in the midfield, and in a 15-goal loss, Smith was Essendon’s best. He had 26 disposals, 11 contested possessions, five clearances, one goal and 118 points, lock him in your side.

Jake Stringer (Ess) $356,000 – 22pts

Give him one more chance to impress. He attended three center bounces and only played 46 percent of the game. Look out for him in JLT 2 to try and prove to coaches that he can return to his best this season.