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State League Fantasy Scores – Week 19, 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…


Luke Dunstan (137) was busy in the midfield for Casey collecting 42 touches and 2 goals to help his side to a massive win over the Bullants. Adam Tomlinson (110) had no issues finding the footy either collecting 29 touches to go with his 11 marks. Jake Bowey (96) also had a promising game with 27 touches. 

Dogs fans will be excited after Sam Darcy’s (101) 20 disposal, 10 mark game against Werribee. Lachie Hunter (100) picked up 24 touches, as did Toby McLean (96) for the Dogs. 

Bombers ruckman Nick Bryan (133) is developing very nicely in the VFL. He was totally dominant with 1 goal, 28 touches and 34 hitouts against the Roos. Tom Cutler (126) found plenty of footy collecting 36 disposals, while for the Roos it was good to see Tarryn Thomas (102) find some form with 26 touches. 

No prizes for guessing Brayden Fiorini (139) had another monster game in the VFL. 2 goals, 35 touches and 8 tackles to his name on Sunday against Port Melbourne. Ned Moyle (106) racked up 50 hitouts in the middle while Sam Flanders (105) also had a day out with 2 goals and 32 touches. Jack Bowes (100) continued to do no wrong at VFL level with 23 touches.  

Around the grounds, Lachie Fogarty (122) has put his hand up for Matt Kennedy’s spot should he miss this week through injury, collecting 30 touches for the Blues. Tanner Bruhn (103) responded after his axing, picking up 26 touches and 10 clearances against the Swans. Lions youngsters Kai Lohmann (109) and James Tunstill (104) had good games against the Tigers, while Ivan Soldo (103) dominated in the ruck with 36 hitouts.


No SANFL was played on the weekend.


Darcy Tucker (178) has really hit beast mode for Peel Thunder of late. His game on the weekend was ridiculously good, collecting 39 touches, 7 tackles and 3 goals. Neil Erasmus (121) continues to develop nicely in the WAFL with 32 touches and a goal, while Matt Johnson (102) had one of his best games of the year with 25 touches.


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