Nat Fyfe shrugs off a Jack Buckley tackle during Fremantle's clash with GWS in round 14, 2023. Picture: AFL Photos

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Cash cows under $300k

We've been drip fed news of debutants and returning players who offer plenty of value this season.

The names to consider as last on-field selections and to fill your bench:

Nick Watson (MID/FWD, $288,000) – Hawthorn
Zach Reid
(DEF, $253,000) – Essendon
Colby McKercher (MID, $297,000) – North Melbourne
Zane Duursma (MID/FWD, $291,000) – North Melbourne
Charlie Lazzaro (MID/FWD, $288,000) – North Melbourne
Aaron Cadman (FWD, $221,000) – Greater Western Sydney
Toby Pink (DEF, $200,000) – North Melbourne
Harvey Thomas (MID/FWD, $200,000) – Greater Western Sydney
Oliver Dempsey (FWD, $252,000) – Geelong
Darcy Wilson (MID/FWD, $249,000) – St Kilda
Jhye Clark (MID, $237,000) – Geelong
Lance Collard (FWD, $219,000) – St Kilda
Shaun Mannagh (MID/FWD, $200,000) – Geelong
James Borlase
(DEF, $289,000) – Adelaide
Bodhi Uwland (DEF, $219,000) – Gold Coast
Chris Burgess (FWD, $200,000) – Adelaide
Ryley Sanders (MID, $285,000) – Western Bulldogs
Taj Woewodin (FWD, $285,000) – Melbourne
Caleb Windsor (MID/FWD, $282,000) – Melbourne
Lachlan McNeil (FWD, $248,000) – Western Bulldogs
Blake Howes (DEF, $200,000) – Melbourne
Harvey Gallagher (FWD, $200,000) – Western Bulldogs
Harley Reid (MID/FWD, $300,000) – West Coast
Callum Jamieson (FWD, $298,000) – West Coast
Jeremy Sharp (MID, $284,000) – Fremantle
Karl Worner (DEF, $278,000) – Fremantle
Kai Lohmann (FWD, $257,000) – Brisbane

A team made up of players yet to play

After a big pre-season and some nervous moments this week piecing our teams together, picking a squad with players from the 14 clubs yet to play was still doable.

Key team announcement and lockout times

Saturday, March 16

Partial lockout: Essendon v Hawthorn, MCG, 1.45pm AEDT
Partial lockout: Greater Western Sydney v North Melbourne, Engie Stadium, 4.35pm AEDT
Partial lockout: Geelong v St Kilda, GMHBA Stadium, 7.30pm AEDT
Partial lockout: Gold Coast v Adelaide, People First Stadium, 7.10pm AEST

Sunday, March 17

Partial lockout: Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, MCG, 1pm AEDT
Partial lockout:
Port Adelaide v West Coast, Adelaide Oval, 3.30pm ACDT
Full lockout:
Fremantle v Brisbane, Optus Stadium, 3.50pm AWST