After a reasonable start Shibasaki was dropped from the
Knights for Bradman Best, which clearly paid off. Fortunately I already owned
Best so it worked out okay. Shibasaki has to go, and in comes Isaah Yeo who is
cranking out big scores in serious game time.
He’s made the move to the middle of the field this season and it’s paying off. With more agility than many other middles, he’ll benefit from the quicker ruck under the new rules and should continue to score well. I’m stunned he’s available at centre, welcome to the Stockmen.
ZANE MUSGROVE – JAMIL HOPOATE
A pretty straight forward trade here. Musgrove dropped out
of the Tigers 17 on return and has to be moved on from my squad. As a result of
injuries up in Brisbane, Hopoate has earned a starting role on an edge.
Until the likes of Tevita Pangai Jnr and David Fifita return he looks fairly set for an 80 minute role. Let’s hope he’s made enough cash by then to warrant the trade.