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6:17pm  Jul 19, 2018

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Fantasy Wrap: Round 20 v Western Bulldogs

Michael Gosman  August 8, 2017 9:29 AM

Daniel Rich (MID/DEF, $448,000) was the sole Brisbane Lions player to crack triple figures in AFL Fantasy against the Western Bulldogs.

Rich scored 101 AFL Fantasy points and was brilliant across halfback for the Lions with his devastating left boot responsible for two goals and eight rebound 50s. The performance was Rich’s second 100 plus score in a row and has resulted in a $24,000 price increase.

A week off worked wonders for Jarrod Berry (DEF/MID, $386,000), who claimed a season-high 91 AFL Fantasy points against the Bulldogs. Berry finished with 18 disposals and a team-high six tackles.

Jacob Allison (MID/FWD, $202,000) was excellent in his second AFL match and collected 76 AFL Fantasy points. The Lions Academy graduate gathered 17 disposals and produced a team-high eight inside 50s. Allison looks likely to keep his place in the team for the remainder of the season and he could be a decent Fantasy option to pick up at a cheap price.

Dayne Zorko (MID, $623,000) dipped below 100 points for just the third time in his past 11 matches, resulting in a price cut of $13,000.

Josh Walker (FWD, $322,000) snuck into the Lions top ten after collecting 72 AFL Fantasy points in a powerful performance that earned plenty of praise. 

Alex Witherden (DEF/MID, $439,000) left the match early with an injury, resulting in his lowest AFL Fantasy score to date: 70 points. A full injury update on Witherden will be on later today. 

This Week’s Top Ten: 

  • Daniel Rich (101 points)
  • Dayne Zorko (94 points)
  • Tom Rockliff (93 points)
  • Jarrod Berry (91 points)
  • Stefan Martin (90 points)
  • Ryan Lester (84 points)
  • Ryan Bastinac (84 points)
  • Dayne Beams (80 points)
  • Jacob Allison (76 points)
  • Josh Walker (72 points)