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State League Fantasy Scores – Week 13, 2022

The state league fantasy scores for the week are in! Suns and Blues players put up some monster scores, big names return via the VFL and a young Docker puts his name in the selection frame. 


Will Setterfield (150) put up one of the biggest scores of the year thanks to his 35 disposal, 8 tackles and one goal game. Lots of Blues found plenty of footy with Lachie Fogarty (121), Liam Stocker (109) and Paddy Dow (103) all racking up big scores. Lachie Hunter (113) made a fantastic return to footy with 30 touches and a goal for the Dogs.

First year Saint Marcus Windhager (117) responded to his axing with a best on ground display featuring 31 possessions, 2 goals and 12 clearances. Teammate Jarrod Lienert (109) also found plenty of footy with 29 disposals. Will Snelling (50) and Kyle Langford (71) returned from injury layoffs with 11 and 19 touches respectively, while Kaine Baldwin (85) kicked three goals. 

The Amartey Party was in full swing with Joel Amartey (121) kicking five goals to go with his 18 disposals. WIth Pete Ladhams suspended this week, it looks like a certain return for Tom Hickey (120). He had 28 hitouts, 21 disposals and a goal. Dylan Stephens (114) and Matt Roberts (109) also found plenty of footy with 24 and 28 touches respectively. 

It looks like Rory Atkins (135) has finally returned to some form with a game high 37 touches in the Suns win over the Giants. Charlie Constable (113) Brayden Fiorini (109) and Jeremy Sharp (101) all found plenty of footy while Chris Burgess (104) kicked six goals. Tim Taranto (107) and Phil Davis (123) were among the best for the Giants with Taranto having 29 touches and Davis having 24 touches and 17 marks. 

Around the grounds, Max Holmes (86) made his return from an ankle injury collecting 21 touches and laying 10 tackles and Jack Ross (120) was dominant in the middle for the Tigers, collecting 34 touches and a goal.


Another week, another dominant performance from Kieran Strachan (147) in the SANFL. The big man had 20 touches, 13 marks, 34 hitouts and 2 goals in the Crows’ big win. Harry Schoenberg (95) finally found some form with a team high 27 touches, while Andrew McPherson (91) displayed some thirst with 19 touches and 10 marks.   

Steve Motlop (112) had a day out for the Magpies with 28 touches and two goals in Port’s loss to Norwood. Sam Mayes (98) had another great game in the midfield with 33 touches, while Sam Hayes (94) was instrumental in the middle with 37 hitouts and 11 touches.


Alex Witherden (139) had no trouble finding the footy in the WAFL, collecting 26 kicks, 6 handballs and 16 marks for the Eagles. However, 0 tackles may be an issue for re-selection next week. Josh Rotham (102) spent some time in the ruck winning 20 hitouts along with 21 disposals and new recruit Jai Culley (92) was much better second-up with 20 touches and 5 tackles. 

Young gun Neil Erasmus (138) was sensational for Peel Thunder with 26 disposals, 12 tackles and a goal. Lloyd Meek( 119) continued his rich vein of form with 24 touches and 27 hitouts and Ethan Hughes (86) also found plenty of footy with 26 disposals. 

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