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State League Fantasy Scores – Week 18, 2022

SANFL, WAFL and VFL fantasy scores are a must-have resource during the fantasy season, whether you’re into AFL Fantasy classic, draft, or keeper leagues.

AFL-listed players that dominate the reserves competitions generally are the first in line to fill a need at the elite level, should a player get injured or fall out of form.

The closer we monitor these performances, the faster we can get on the waiver wire and snap them up!

Below are the top scorers of the week that you should be paying attention to…

VFL

Veteran Swan Josh Kennedy (142) turned back the clock with a 36 disposal game against Frankston. He was part of a strong Swans side which included Lewis Taylor (146), Braeden Campbell (120) and Harry Cunningham (113). Matt Roberts (101) celebrated his contract extension by collecting 21 touches and 8 tackles.  

Young Tiger ruckman Samson Ryan (131) showed he’s a name to put in your blackbook for the future after booting three goals to go along with his 20 disposals and 29 hitouts. All the Tiger’s young midfielders found plenty of the footy with Will Martyn (106) and Thomson Dow (104) collecting 29 touches while Riley Collier-Dawkins (101) had 33 touches.  

Fringe Demon Oskar Baker (124) found plenty of the footy with 34 disposals against the Dogs. Teammate Luke Dunstan (100) had 20 touches and 10 tackles. Lachie Hunter (113) led the way for the Dogs with 28 touches, while Toby McLean (104) had 23 disposals. Stef Martin (109) had 25 hitouts, 22 touches and a goal.  

Around the grounds, Tom Highmore (128) continued his scintillating form with 29 touches and 10 marks for Sandringham. Nick Bryan (124) was dominant in the middle for the Bombers with 18 touches and 45 hitouts, while Massimo D’Ambrosio (91) had 21 disposals. Dan Howe (122) continued his hot VFL form with 31 disposals. No surprises to see Brayden Fiorini (123) rack up 33 disposals in the VFL, while Jack Bowes (104) spent more time in the middle and front half where he picked up 20 touches and kicked three goals.    

SANFL

It was the Sam Mayes (114) and Jackson Mead (115) show in the middle for Port in their win over Centrals. Mead had 25 disposals and 7 tackles, while Mayes had 29 touches and 8 clearances. Trent Dumont (89) collected 21 touches in his return from injury, while Brynn Teakle (81) had 23 hitouts and 16 touches. 

Jackson Hately (114) will be pushing for a recall to the AFL side after his 33 disposal outing against Norwood. Lachie Sholl (88) picked up 23 touches while James Rowe (75) kicked three goals

WAFL

Darcy Tucker (142) was a clear standout for Peel Thunder collecting 32 touches, 5 tackles and 2 goals in their win over Perth. Mitch Crowden (112) also had 33 disposals, while Nathan Wilson (115) had 28 and Ethan Hughes (111) had 23 and 2 goals.  

The two Eagles big men in Hugh Dixon (108) and Callum Jamieson (108) had good games at WAFL level. Dixon had 18 touches and kicked a goal. While Jamieson had 22 touches and 28 hitouts. Greg Clark (91) had 21 touches and 9 tackles, while Sam Petrevski-Seton (79) had 20 touches.

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