Bellchamber's form makes our team so much more resilient as we approach the back end of the season. His ability forward would mean he's a solid option if one of the talls becomes injured.
If we need to fill a KPF spot, Leuey comes in and TBell goes forward.
If we need to cover a KPD, Hooker goes back, TBell forward, Leuey ruck.
Clearly it isn't our preferred best 22 and I don't expect we will try it voluntarily. It does allow us to hold our structures and maintain a high calibre of talent across the ground for a week or 2 while a player is rested or injured.