BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 28: Dayne Zorko of the Lions celebrates a goal during the round 10 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Hawthorn Hawks at The Gabba on May 28, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

With fans now looking to finalise their SuperCoach line-ups ahead of round one next week, many kept up to date with the JLT Community Series to scout potential players for their side.

Young players stepped up and older players continued to impress, but it was ultimately interstate players who turned heads the most.

The top six SuperCoach averages over the JLT Series were all scored by interstate players, with Brisbane midfielder Dayne Zorko averaging 29.5 disposals over his two JLT Series matches, which translated to a pre-season high of 125 points a game.

GWS had three players average over 115 points per game, with Toby Greene (118.5 points), Heath Shaw (116.5) and Callan Ward (115.5) all achieving that feat.

The cheapest player in the top 10 was West Coast goal sneak Mark LeCras, who averaged 117 over the pre-season and will cost you just $428,000.


125 Dayne Zorko (BL) $593,000 MID

124.5 Aaron Hall (GC) $519,800 MID

119.5 Josh J Kennedy (WC) $532,200 FWD

118.5 Toby Greene (GWS) $492,000 FWD

117 Mark LeCras (WC) $428,600 FWD

116.5 Heath Shaw (GWS) $576,500 DEF

116 Luke Dahlhaus (WB) $520,700 FWD/MID

115.5 Adam Treloar (Coll) $605,400 MID

115.5 Callan Ward (GWS) $574,400 MID

114 Tom Mitchell (Haw) $565,600 MID