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« on: September 04, 2013, 08:02:03 PM »

  MONGOLIAN LAMBS - 2015 AXV PREMIERS! 




         

THE TEAM

DEFENDERS
Pearce Hanley
Bachar Houli
Robert Murphy
Alex Rance
Aaron Mullett
Cameron O'Shea
Tomas Bugg
Nick Smith
Troy Chaplin
Matt Dea
Tom Logan

MIDFIELDERS
Steve Johnson
Matt Priddis
Marc Murphy
Brent Stanton
Hamish Hartlett
Jared McVeigh
Leigh Montagna
Scott Thompson
Adam Cooney
Nathan van Berlo
Luke Dunstan
George H-Smith
Taylor Hunt
Andrew Moore

RUCKS
Mike Pyke
Jon Giles
Craig Moller

FORWARDS
Jimmy Bartel
Kurt Tippett
Tom Lynch
Jay Schulz
Drew Petrie
Charlie Dixon
Chris Knights
Nathan Gordon
Dennis Armfield
James Sicily
Clay Cameron

Rookie List
K.Hartigan (def), M.Newman (mid), M.Duffy (fwd), Ch.Cameron (fwd)
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« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2013, 08:10:33 PM »



Coaching staff:

Head coach: Toga

Assistant coach: -



Leadership group:

Captain: Steve Johnson

Vice Captain: Matt Priddis

Other members: Robert Murphy, Bachar Houli, Marc Murphy, Tom Lynch



Home stadium:

Ground: Beijing Olympic Park

Capacity:



Rivalries:

Rival team: Manila Folders

Record: Folders (2) vs Lambs (2)



Sponsors:

Major sponsor: Ghengis Grill: The Mongolian Stir-Fry

Minor sponsor: Mongolian Airways

Apparel sponsor: X-Blades
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« Reply #4 on: September 04, 2013, 08:35:28 PM »


2014 FIXTURE COMING SOON
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Club Awards

Great Khan Medallist - Best & Fairest:
  • 2013 - Steve Johnson

Kublai Khan Medallist - Runner up Best & Fairest:
  • 2013 - Ryan O'Keefe

Finals MVP:
  • 2013 - Kurt Tippett
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« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2013, 08:59:26 AM »

2013/14 Trade Period News

TRADE #1:
OUT: Jarryd Lyons + Jake Spencer + Pick #46 (ND) + Pick #14 (RD)

IN: Thomas J. Lynch + Pick #2 (RD)

Trade info: Trade completed with the Tibetan Llamas FC, two list movements used, with two extra spaces on our team list.

Comments: While we were sad to see Jarryd and Jake leave the club, we are very excited to have young talent Tom Lynch at the club. The former #11 national draft pick (in 2011) has developed into an exciting young key forward, while we also welcome the second overall pick at the 2013 AXV rookie draft. We have researched the draft pool thoroughly and have our eyes on some gems!

Welcome Tom!




TRADE #2:
OUT: Jack Riewoldt + Jack Newnes

IN: Hamish Hartlett + Chris Knights

Trade info: Trade completed with the UAE Tigers, two list movements (first trade period) used.

Comments: While we are sad to say goodbye to one of our star forwards, we are extremely happy to welcome a young superstar midfielder in Hamish Hartlett, and a seasoned yet injury prone replacement for Jack in Chris Knights. The two Jacks are a big loss for the club, however Hamish will fill a weakness in our midfield depth, while we believe that Chris, when fit, has the potential to become one of the competition's premier forwards.

Welcome Hamish and Chris!




TRADE #3:
OUT: Trent West + Pick #62 RD

IN: Pick #26 ND + Pick #38 ND

Trade info: Trade completed with the Kuala Lumpur Crocodiles and the Laos Elephants, one list movement (first trade period) used.

Comments: Not much to this trade, we only participated simply to improve our draft position. Trent West wasn't needed at the club, and we gain Pick #26 in National Draft, and #38 which was to be on-traded to the Folders in another deal.



TRADE #3:
OUT: Nick Malceski + Josh Hill + Brian Lake + Pick #38 ND

IN: Alex Rance + Hayden Ballantyne + Pick #22 ND

Trade info: Trade completed with the Manila Folders, three list movements (two first trade period, one second trade period) used.

Comments: This trade was completed as we were after some more solid forward options, having traded Riewoldt to strengthen our midfield. We felt that our back line is pretty strong so decided to trade Malceski on for another solid backman in Rance, while improving our forward line with Ballantyne, but also improving our draft position.

Welcome Alex and Hayden!



In the upcoming National Draft we have picks: #14, #22, #26, #30, #62, #78, #94

In the upcoming Rookie Draft we have picks: #2, #30, #46, #62, #78, #94
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« Reply #7 on: September 11, 2013, 08:21:59 PM »


Welcome to the 2013 Mongolian Lambs Football Club Great Khan Best & Fairest Award night!

The medal will be awarded on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis for each round, where the best performer of each round is awarded the maximum 5 votes. Where possible, differences in scoring potential between positions has been taken into account.

Let the count begin!



In 1st place, finishing on 33 votes, the winner of the 2013 Great Khan MLFC Best & Fairest Award is: Steve Johnson!


Despite missing the opening rounds of the season after knee surgery, and a few games here and there throughout the season as a result of suspension, Steve is the clear winner of the clubs inaugural best & fairest award. Recognised for his fantastic season as the captain of the 2013 All-Asian team (the AXVs highest-averaging player across the season), with a phenomenal average of 157 points per game, Steve did not dip below 100 points in any game this season, his lowest score being a handy 107. Steve will resume his role as the captain of the team in 2014 - congratulations on a fantastic year, Steve!

Congratulations to the evergreen Ryan O'Keefe on his second placing in the 2013 Best & Fairest, and to Kurt Tippett on being named as our Finals MVP.



Final Leaderboard:
1. Steve Johnson (33)
2. Ryan OKeefe (29)
3. Marc Murphy (26)
=3. Jared McVeigh (26)
5. Jack Riewoldt (25)
6. Pearce Hanley (24)
7. Drew Petrie (23)
8. Nick Malceski (21)
9. Scott Thompson (14)
=9. Matthew Priddis (14)
11. Charlie Dixon (12)
=11. Bachar Houli (12)
13. Adam Cooney ( 8 )
14. Kurt Tippett (7)
15. Brian Lake (4)
16. Josh Hill (2)
17. Mike Pyke (1)
=17. Tom Logan (1)
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« Reply #8 on: September 11, 2013, 08:35:47 PM »

There we go! Steve Johnson, Kurt Tippett, Mike Pyke & Hayden Crozier are our award winners for this year!

Was there ever any doubt as to whether Stevie J was the man of the night?
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« Reply #9 on: September 11, 2013, 08:41:57 PM »

Stevie, Tippz, Moose and Croz... all very deserving winners!  8)
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« Reply #10 on: November 03, 2013, 02:16:41 PM »

Mongolian Lambs Prospective 2014 team: (includes 2013 averages)

DEF: J.McVeigh 121, P.Hanley (115), B.Houli (110), N.Malceski (110)

MID: S.Johnson (C) (157 x 2 = 314), R.O'Keefe (VC) (131 x 1.5 = 203), M.Priddis (123), M.Murphy (113)

RUC: M.Pyke (94)

FWD: D.Petrie (121), K.Tippett (117), C.Dixon (95), C.Knights (100)

UTL: S.Thompson (123), A.Cooney (122)

=1,981

EMG: L.Dunn (91) / H.Hartlett (111) / T.Lynch (82)
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« Reply #11 on: November 18, 2013, 09:00:42 AM »

Credit Jay for the idea!

THE OFF-SEASON SO FAR

We have traded out: Jack Riewoldt + Jarryd Lyons + Jake Spencer + Jack Newnes + Trent West + Nick Malceski + Brian Lake + Josh Hill + Pick #38 (ND) Pick #46 (ND) + Pick #78 (ND) + Pick #14 (RD) + Pick #62 (RD) + Pick #78 (RD)

We have traded in: Hamish Hartlett + Chris Knights + Tom J. Lynch + Alex Rance + Hayden Ballantyne + Pick #22 (ND) + Pick #26 (ND) + Pick #38 (ND) + Pick #71 (ND) + Pick #2 (RD)



The following players have been delisted: Nathan Lovett-Murray + Daniel Pearce + Taylor Hine + Patrick Veszpremi + Danny Butcher



This leaves us with the following projected XV for the 2014 season:
DEF: Pearce Hanley / Jared McVeigh / Bachar Houli / Alex Rance
MID: Steve Johnson / Ryan O'Keefe / Marc Murphy / Matt Priddis
RUC: Mike Pyke
FWD: Kurt Tippett / Drew Petrie / Charlie Dixon / Hayden Ballantyne
UTL: Scott Thompson / Adam Cooney

EMG: Lynden Dunn (DEF) / Hamish Hartlett (MID) / Chris Knights (FWD)



In the upcoming National Draft, we have picks: #14, #22, #26, #30, #62, #71, #94
In the upcoming Rookie Draft, we have picks: #2, #30, #46, #62, #94

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« Reply #12 on: November 18, 2013, 09:04:32 AM »

Hartlett an emergency...  :o
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« Reply #13 on: November 18, 2013, 09:10:17 AM »

Hartlett wants to come back to UAE  :D
We'll take Knights back too!
Nice work though Toga, 4 picks in the top 30 and then rook 2  :o
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« Reply #14 on: November 18, 2013, 09:13:41 AM »

For the moment, yes!

In my mids I've got Johnson (157), O'Keefe (131), Thompson (123), Priddis (123), Cooney (122), Murphy (113), Hartlett (111) and van Berlo (92).

So yeah, as you can see he doesn't quite make the cut, and I'm expecting Murphy to be far better next year, probably my #2 or #3 mid. With O'Keefe being 32yo and Thompson being 30yo they are reaching the end of their careers (as we saw with Thompson being vested a fair bit last season), so I needed to add some better depth as NVB does not cut it that will be able to take over from ROK & Thommo in the next couple of years.

I expect Hartlett to become a super premium in this comp once he starts handling tags a bit better, as he's a damaging midfielder that on his day can rack up disposals and hit the scoreboard.

He's not in the team... For now! ;)
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