MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 09: (L-R) Marc Murphy, Sam Petrevski-Seton, Jarrod Pickett and Jacob Weitering of the Blues celebrate during the 2017 AFL round 03 match between the Carlton Blues and the Essendon Bombers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 09, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)


Alex Neal-Bullen – MEL|FWD|$317,500($+53.1K) – 127 points

Owned by just 2.5% of coaches, Neal-Bullen had an excellent game for the Dees. Despite his side dropping the game, he amassed 28 touches and kicked a goal. His 10 tackles also boosted his score. His score meant that his price also took a serious jump.

Aaron Mullett – NM|DEF|$332,300($+0K) – 118 points

In only his second game for the year, the North Melbourne defender scored very well. He had 28 disposals at an efficiency of 85.7%, while also recording 13 rebound 50s. Only 235 (0.1%) coaches had Mullett score big for them.

Sam Petrevski-Seton – CARL|MID|$240,900 ($+51.6K) – 116 points

There were high hopes for the the first year youngster, but Petrevski-Seton’s performance against Essendon was excellent. 12 of his 17 disposals were contested, while he also managed to lay eight tackles and kick a goal. An outstanding performance in the wet from the Blue.

Nic Newman – SYD|DEF|$123,900($+0K) – 105 points

Newman’s second game of the year was his best to date. He cracked the triple figures thanks to 23 touches and a goal. It is likely many coaches decide to pick him up. Expect his price to rise after his third game.

Brandan Parfitt – GEEL|MID-FWD|$166,700($+49.4K) – 99 points

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 08: Brandan Parfitt of the Cats celebrates after kicking a goal during the round three AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Melbourne Demons at Etihad Stadium on April 8, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Parfitt started slowly, however had a break-out game against the Demons. He had 23 touches and earned four free kicks. At such a low price, his 99 points were a definite surprise, but a welcome one.


Jaeger O’Meara – HAW|MID|$327,000($+8.1K) – 44 points

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 09: Jaeger O’Meara of the Hawks kicks during the round three AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Hawthorn Hawks at Metricon Stadium on April 9, 2017 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

O’Meara is still getting up to speed at the top level of the game following two years out injured, however, his 44-point return on the weekend was still disappointing. He struggled with his disposal efficiency (42.9%), which in the long run hurt his score.

Todd Goldstein – NM|RUC|$588,400($+0K) – 52 points

Coming back after missing last week through injury, Goldy wasn’t expected to have an amazing game. But just 52 points was less than what his coaches were hoping for. With the emergence of Preuss, Goldstein’s scores could be something to keep an eye on.

Dion Prestia – RICH|MID|$484,800($-23.9K) – 52 points

It was a fantastic win for the Tigers, however, not the best outing for Prestia. He only had 18 disposals at 61.1%, while also recording three clangers. He should bounce back in round four, but still disappointing in the weekend just past.

Bernie Vince – MELB|DEF-MID|$501,100($+0K) – 53 points

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 08: Bernie Vince of the Demons runs with the ball during the round three AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Melbourne Demons at Etihad Stadium on April 8, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Vince did hurt his toe during the game against Geelong, but played out the match. 53 points was less than what everyone was hoping for. A disposal efficiency of 57.1% did not help his cause.

Sam Mitchell – WCE|MID|$551,400($-16.6K) – 65 points

The star midfielder sets the bar so high, so when he plays an average game it stands out. Just 65 points from Mitchell, despite collecting 25 touches. Two free kicks against, six clangers and a disposal efficiency of 60% hurt him. The wet weather is kind to very few in SuperCoach.