SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 26: Lance Franklin of the Swans celebrates after kicking a goal during the round 23 AFL match between the Sydney Swans and the Carlton Blues at Sydney Cricket Ground on August 26, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/AFL Media/Getty Images)


Lance Franklin – SYD|FWD|$532,700 – 183 points

Franklin is a top tier player, but it’s doubtful that anybody thought he would record 183 points. That mammoth total came off the back of 10 goals, 25 disposals, and 10 marks. It was an incredible 89 points higher than his average heading into the game.

Tom Bellchambers – ESS|RUC|$438,700 – 150 points

Bellchambers backed up his 128 point performance last week with 150 in round 23. He had 16 disposals, 38 hit-outs, 10 marks, and a goal against Fremantle. Owned by just 2% of coaches, they would have been pleased with him scoring 63 points more than his average before the game.

Paul Puopolo – HAW|FWD|$338,400 – 130 points

Puopolo returned to the top flight last week with just 54 points. However, this time around he managed to record his season high of 130. It was the first time he had cracked triple figures all year, and that was thanks to three goals, 19 touches, and six tackles.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 23: Paul Puopolo of the Hawks handballs during the round five AFL match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the West Coast Eagles at Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 23, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Zak Jones – SYD|DEF|$384,000 – 127 points

Not quite his season high, but still a surprising performance from the Sydney enforcer. Jones had 25 disposals at an efficiency of 84%, while also laying four tackles. A great outing for the 7.1% of coaches who have him in their side.

Trent Dumont – NM|MID|$383,700 – 116 points

The North Melbourne midfielder has had a great year, and capped it off with a terrific SuperCoach performance of 116 points. He had 26 disposals at 73% efficiency and also laid a handy six tackles.


Heath ShawGWS|DEF|$394,200 – 50 points

It was a tough night for GWS against Geelong, and Heath Shaw also had his fair share of struggles. He only managed 14 disposals and took just two marks. It was his lowest score of the year.

Andrew McGrath – ESS|DEF/MID|$333,700 – 58 points

McGrath has had a stellar debut season, however it ended on a slightly sour note SuperCoach wise. He scored just 58 points, which was 23 less than his average heading into the game. He did have 21 disposals at 95%, but only took three marks and didn’t lay a tackle.

Michael Hibberd – MEL|DEF|$515,600 – 67 points

Hibberd was awarded with a place in the 40-man All-Australian squad on Monday, ¬†however his last game was disappointing for SuperCoach players. He had 22 disposals at 77% efficiency but didn’t lay a single tackle. Not ideal for the 26.5% of teams who had him in their side.

HOBART, AUSTRALIA – JULY 29: Michael Hibberd of the Demons reacts after missing a shot on goal during the round 19 AFL match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Melbourne Demons at Blundstone Arena on July 29, 2017 in Hobart, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Luke Dahlhaus – WB|FWD/MID|$395,600 – 67 points

It hasn’t been an overwhelming season for Dahlhaus, however his effort against Hawthorn was disappointing. He could only manage 19 disposals and a goal, while only laying a single tackles. It is his fourth lowest score of 2017.

Max Gawn – MEL|RUC|$459,500 – 67 points

A disappointing day for Melbourne, and that included Max Gawn. He could only collect 8 disposals, which came in at an efficiency of 38%. His 35 hit-outs were not enough to drag him to a more respectable score.