2021 Fantasy: GWS Giants Centre Bounces

GWS ran with a solid five in the centre bounce rotation for the 2021 season, injuries did impact things a little late in the year but for the most part it was a locked core group through the middle of the ground. 

Jacob Hopper was ranked No.1 at the Giants in 2021, he was used at 66.8% of centre bounces across the season & 71.5% in games he played in (23).


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Callan Ward was used at a consistent rate at centre bounces, he recorded a usage rate of 59.2%.

Tim Taranto was ranked No.3 at the Giants in 2021, he was used at 48.6%.

Taranto was used at just 36.6% in games which Toby Greene missed throughout the year, he wasn’t used at all in Round 22 against Richmond but was used at 46.4% in the semi final loss to Geelong. 


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Josh Kelly was used more on the outside & forward half in the early part of the year, he finished the season with a usage rate of 46.7% across the season.

From Round 8 onward he was used at 62.3% in games he played in. 


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Tom Greene was used at 31.7% across the season & 40.4% in games he played in (18), he could an increase in usage in 2022.

Stephen Coniglio is a consideration to be used more at centre bounces in 2022, he managed just 7 games in 2021.

Tanner Bruhn did see a sprinkling of centre bounce usage late in the year, this was aligned to the Tom Green injury. 

Brent Daniels was once again used sparingly throughout the year when healthy, Lachie Ash did see a little bit of usage through the middle of the ground when he was activated in shut down roles through the midfield. 


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