Transfer Advice for Final Rounds. Six Transfers Allowed before Sept. 20th. | Waterford Fantasy GAA advice |

Transfer Advice for Final Window. Six Transfers Allowed before Sept. 20th. Once the knock-out stages commence there will be no more chances to make transfers to your team. Between now and Thursday, September 20th you have the chance to make SIX transfers to your fantasy team.


St. Saviours, Brickey Rangers, Dungarvan and Gaultier are no longer in the championship so remove any of their players from your team if you have them in it.


Big point scorers from these teams which will be a loss are Ryan Donnelly (Dungarvan) 125pts, Colm Curran (Dungarvan) 120pts, JJ Hutchinson (Gaultier) 193pts, Carthach Shalloe (Brickey Rangers) 148pts and John Paul Jacob (St. Saviours) 101pts.


In the quarter finals, Nire play Kilrossanty, Stradbally play Ardmore, Ballinacourty play Ring and Clashmore play Rathgormack, so try and have as many players from the teams you think will make the semi-finals as possible.


Nire's big point scorers are €7Million Liam Lawlor (266pts), €12Million Shane Walsh (218pts), €7Million Brian Wall (130pts) and €5Million Jamie Barron (123pts).


Stradbally's Shane Ahearne has just returned from injury and has averaged 33points in his two games. Stradbally's defence is also impressive having kept four consecutive clean sheets now as well as Tony Grey (2 games) , Eddie Rockett (1 game) and Shane Lannon (3 games) all popping over points from the back.


Ballinacourty's Gary Hurney has amassed 154points. Ballinacourty's defence has only managed one clean sheet however.


Clashmore's Tadgh Bourke (137pts), Brian O'Halloran (127pts) and Sean Fleming (132pts) are all scoring big up front. Clashmore have also kept four clean sheets at the back but do not have any scoring defenders.


Kilrossanty too have four clean sheets to their name but again none of the defenders have scored.

David Power at €6Million is scoring well from midfield (145pts) while Tommy Prendergast has averaged 33points a game since his full return from injury. Up front Paul Whyte (174) and Joey Veale (159) are scoring big consistently while €5Million Alan Quinn has been taking a few close in frees in their last few games so could prove a good punt.

Ardmore's Wayne Hennessey has amassed 219 points.


Rathgormack's Eddie Hogan has scored 148points in four games (133points coming in the first three games).


Rings Donie Breathnach at €5Million is a must. He has 194points to date.