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« on: August 17, 2015, 08:18:23 PM »

Cold and bored. So I wanted to do this haha. Basing this off no sub rule and a few predicted retirements

FB: Jarryn Geary, Luke Delaney, Hugh Goddard
HB: Shane Savage, Sean Dempster , Dylan Roberton
C: Jack Newnes, David Armitage, Leigh Montagna
HF: Tim Membrey, Nick Reiwoldt, Mav Weller
FF: Jack Lonie, Josh Bruce, Jack Sinlair
F: Billy Longer, Jack Steven, Jack Billings
I: Tom Hickey, Luke Dunstan, Jimmy Webster, Sam Gilbert

Stiff to miss: Nathan Wright, Patrick McCartin, Daniel McKenzie, Blake Acres
Retirees: Sam Fisher, Adam Schneider
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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2015, 07:20:07 PM »

Talking in regards to the season as a whole.

I'm loving this young St Kilda team.

Future veterans in Geary, Steven, Savage (now think the Saints got the better end of the deal - which is the first time ever) & Armo.

Future superstars in Dunstan, Billings, Bruce, Lonie, McKenzie, Newnes, Bruce, Ross & Weller.

Membrey, Goddard, & Paddy to develop.

Not too familiar with the back six, however I recently found out Roberton was racking up the stats.

Hickey & Longer are getting better with each game.

I originally laughed in 2013 when they said they planned to win a premiership by 2020 and, despite acknowledging the young talent, in 2014 I still thought it was pure rhetoric.

I now genuinely believe they can do it if they keep developing.

The only frustrating player is Acres (only because of injuries - could become an elite utility one day) but he is nothing compared to the designated frustrating player (or 'whipping boys') at the other 17 clubs (speaking from my perspective our whipping boy, Jasper Pittard, can really annoy you when he is having a bad game).

No spuds as well and all the drafees are living up to, or exceeding, the hype (again, at the moment you don't know what it's like to have players like Butcher & Moore hahaha)

Sinclair is a good example of exceeding the hype (I would say Templeton is your whipping boy but he was a draft bargain so no one can really complain)   

Sad when Richardson left Port, but he is doing a fantastic job which is the best thing you can see when an assistant coach leaves (it annoys me when they leave for, figuratively, 'nothing').

I'll be following the Saints over the next few years, and they are already the best side at applying pressure (the teams before them were the Swans & Dockers so it's a sign of things to come). Good to see they are just playing footy as well, rather than hanging onto bitter rivalries (Watters & the now gone or retired players seemed to focused too much on beating Ross Lyon and not winning the other games - definitely a benefit of a rebuild).

Richardson wasn't left with much (good to see Lyon isn't making the same mistakes with Freo - i.e. trading draft picks for the best current players who only have 3-5 more years of footy in them) but it hasn't taken long for him to build a competitive side.
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« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2015, 10:18:44 PM »

Thanks man!! Yeah I'm happy in the direction we are going. I'll be planning on doing a team review, every single player. Seeing as i've seen a handful of 2s games I think I can even review them as well. And I will give a broad rating for the entire team including the coach. So far the Sainters are getting a good rating, disappointing at times, but you get that with a young team!! Can't bloody wait man!
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« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2015, 11:52:02 PM »

Thanks man!! Yeah I'm happy in the direction we are going. I'll be planning on doing a team review, every single player. Seeing as i've seen a handful of 2s games I think I can even review them as well. And I will give a broad rating for the entire team including the coach. So far the Sainters are getting a good rating, disappointing at times, but you get that with a young team!! Can't bloody wait man!
Hickey was amazing tonight. Just worked around the ground - although the Saints deserved the win imo, ruining Geelong's finals hopes for the first time since 2006 is a win in it's own right for a young team (Nroo said the game was the best experience these young players could receive).

Goddard & Webster were fantastic in the defence and I didn't originally rate Membrey but him & Bruce impressed me tonight, they just pushed up the ground.

What I liked most was the tackling pressure (Savage's tackle on Stevie J was the best example of their work ethic) and how no player was stationary (they all had initiative and worked hard no matter which zone the ball was).

All this was without the help of their premier midfielder this season (Armitage - equivalent of if Geelong went into the game without Selwood). The senior players really stood up as well (Gilbert, Nroo, Montags, Ray, & Fisher).

Definitely one of the most entertaining games I've seen all year 
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« Reply #4 on: August 25, 2015, 10:02:21 PM »

http://www.triplem.com.au/melbourne/sport/afl/news/2015/8/paul-dempsey-covers-st-kilda-saints-theme-song/
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« Reply #5 on: August 25, 2015, 10:54:04 PM »

Thanks man!! Yeah I'm happy in the direction we are going. I'll be planning on doing a team review, every single player. Seeing as i've seen a handful of 2s games I think I can even review them as well. And I will give a broad rating for the entire team including the coach. So far the Sainters are getting a good rating, disappointing at times, but you get that with a young team!! Can't bloody wait man!
Hickey was amazing tonight. Just worked around the ground - although the Saints deserved the win imo, ruining Geelong's finals hopes for the first time since 2006 is a win in it's own right for a young team (Nroo said the game was the best experience these young players could receive).

Goddard & Webster were fantastic in the defence and I didn't originally rate Membrey but him & Bruce impressed me tonight, they just pushed up the ground.

What I liked most was the tackling pressure (Savage's tackle on Stevie J was the best example of their work ethic) and how no player was stationary (they all had initiative and worked hard no matter which zone the ball was).

All this was without the help of their premier midfielder this season (Armitage - equivalent of if Geelong went into the game without Selwood). The senior players really stood up as well (Gilbert, Nroo, Montags, Ray, & Fisher).

Definitely one of the most entertaining games I've seen all year

Not actually ruined :P Geelongs last 2 are the pies and crows, and Adelaide's WCE and cats...

I'd tip WCE and Geelong to win this week, which means who makes the 8 would depend on who wins the last game :P
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« Reply #6 on: August 25, 2015, 11:03:25 PM »

Thanks man!! Yeah I'm happy in the direction we are going. I'll be planning on doing a team review, every single player. Seeing as i've seen a handful of 2s games I think I can even review them as well. And I will give a broad rating for the entire team including the coach. So far the Sainters are getting a good rating, disappointing at times, but you get that with a young team!! Can't bloody wait man!
Hickey was amazing tonight. Just worked around the ground - although the Saints deserved the win imo, ruining Geelong's finals hopes for the first time since 2006 is a win in it's own right for a young team (Nroo said the game was the best experience these young players could receive).

Goddard & Webster were fantastic in the defence and I didn't originally rate Membrey but him & Bruce impressed me tonight, they just pushed up the ground.

What I liked most was the tackling pressure (Savage's tackle on Stevie J was the best example of their work ethic) and how no player was stationary (they all had initiative and worked hard no matter which zone the ball was).

All this was without the help of their premier midfielder this season (Armitage - equivalent of if Geelong went into the game without Selwood). The senior players really stood up as well (Gilbert, Nroo, Montags, Ray, & Fisher).

Definitely one of the most entertaining games I've seen all year

Not actually ruined :P Geelongs last 2 are the pies and crows, and Adelaide's WCE and cats...

I'd tip WCE and Geelong to win this week, which means who makes the 8 would depend on who wins the last game :P
I thought Geelong was only on 42 pts (meaning that it would come down to the margins of the final two games as well).

I would still give the Crows the benefit of the doubt, but it is still very much Geelong's for the taking, literally will depend on the final game of the season (I want to say Adelaide could beat West Coast, but it seems an impossible for when comparing the two sides)

Geelong very much still in it (and they will smash the Pies next week). I will be looking forward to R23  :) 
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« Reply #7 on: August 26, 2015, 05:23:30 PM »

Thanks man!! Yeah I'm happy in the direction we are going. I'll be planning on doing a team review, every single player. Seeing as i've seen a handful of 2s games I think I can even review them as well. And I will give a broad rating for the entire team including the coach. So far the Sainters are getting a good rating, disappointing at times, but you get that with a young team!! Can't bloody wait man!
Hickey was amazing tonight. Just worked around the ground - although the Saints deserved the win imo, ruining Geelong's finals hopes for the first time since 2006 is a win in it's own right for a young team (Nroo said the game was the best experience these young players could receive).

Goddard & Webster were fantastic in the defence and I didn't originally rate Membrey but him & Bruce impressed me tonight, they just pushed up the ground.

What I liked most was the tackling pressure (Savage's tackle on Stevie J was the best example of their work ethic) and how no player was stationary (they all had initiative and worked hard no matter which zone the ball was).

All this was without the help of their premier midfielder this season (Armitage - equivalent of if Geelong went into the game without Selwood). The senior players really stood up as well (Gilbert, Nroo, Montags, Ray, & Fisher).

Definitely one of the most entertaining games I've seen all year

Not actually ruined :P Geelongs last 2 are the pies and crows, and Adelaide's WCE and cats...

I'd tip WCE and Geelong to win this week, which means who makes the 8 would depend on who wins the last game :P
I thought Geelong was only on 42 pts (meaning that it would come down to the margins of the final two games as well).

I would still give the Crows the benefit of the doubt, but it is still very much Geelong's for the taking, literally will depend on the final game of the season (I want to say Adelaide could beat West Coast, but it seems an impossible for when comparing the two sides)

Geelong very much still in it (and they will smash the Pies next week). I will be looking forward to R23  :)

Irony is that this will probably come down to that called off game where the draw was allocated.
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« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2015, 06:23:49 PM »

Thanks man!! Yeah I'm happy in the direction we are going. I'll be planning on doing a team review, every single player. Seeing as i've seen a handful of 2s games I think I can even review them as well. And I will give a broad rating for the entire team including the coach. So far the Sainters are getting a good rating, disappointing at times, but you get that with a young team!! Can't bloody wait man!
Hickey was amazing tonight. Just worked around the ground - although the Saints deserved the win imo, ruining Geelong's finals hopes for the first time since 2006 is a win in it's own right for a young team (Nroo said the game was the best experience these young players could receive).

Goddard & Webster were fantastic in the defence and I didn't originally rate Membrey but him & Bruce impressed me tonight, they just pushed up the ground.

What I liked most was the tackling pressure (Savage's tackle on Stevie J was the best example of their work ethic) and how no player was stationary (they all had initiative and worked hard no matter which zone the ball was).

All this was without the help of their premier midfielder this season (Armitage - equivalent of if Geelong went into the game without Selwood). The senior players really stood up as well (Gilbert, Nroo, Montags, Ray, & Fisher).

Definitely one of the most entertaining games I've seen all year

Not actually ruined :P Geelongs last 2 are the pies and crows, and Adelaide's WCE and cats...

I'd tip WCE and Geelong to win this week, which means who makes the 8 would depend on who wins the last game :P
I thought Geelong was only on 42 pts (meaning that it would come down to the margins of the final two games as well).

I would still give the Crows the benefit of the doubt, but it is still very much Geelong's for the taking, literally will depend on the final game of the season (I want to say Adelaide could beat West Coast, but it seems an impossible for when comparing the two sides)

Geelong very much still in it (and they will smash the Pies next week). I will be looking forward to R23  :)

Irony is that this will probably come down to that called off game where the draw was allocated.
Was originally barracking for the Crows to make finals

But I'm barracking for the Cats now that I've seen this

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2015-08-26/dangerfield-queries-ports-membership-boast
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« Reply #9 on: October 04, 2015, 05:45:30 PM »

With Carlisle and Freeman most likely to come to us. I'll redo my Best 22 with these changes!!


FB: Jarryn Geary, Sean Dempster, Sam Fisher
HB: Shane Savage, Jake Carlisle, Dylan Roberton
C: Nathan Freeman, Jack Steven, Jack Newnes
HF: Jack Billings, Nick Riewoldt, Tim Membrey
FF: Maverick Weller, Josh Bruce, Jack Lonie
FOL: Billy Longer, David Armitage, Luke Dunstan
INT: Jack Sinclair , Jimmy Webster, Leigh Montagna, Hugh Goddard

Depth; Sam Gilbert, Sebastian Ross, Farren Ray, Tom Hickey, Luke Delaney, Blake Acres, Daniel McKenzie, Patrick McCartin, Nathan Wright, Jason Holmes,

Fringe; Eli Templeton, Tom Curren, Darren Minchington, Tom Lee, Brodie Murdoch, Josh Saunders, Cameron Shenton, Lewis Pierce, Brenton Payne, Ahmed Saad
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« Reply #10 on: October 04, 2015, 07:33:44 PM »

Billy Longer get up there pal; and my boy Freeman...Go Go Go.  ;D
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« Reply #11 on: October 04, 2015, 07:41:49 PM »

Billy Longer get up there pal; and my boy Freeman...Go Go Go.  ;D

Yeah if that Freeman is fit, he'll fit straight onto that wing. His carry will be important!
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« Reply #12 on: October 08, 2015, 08:41:11 AM »

2015 List... bolded retired/ delisted
Best 22...Red
1- Hickey
2- Sipossdel
3-Steven
4-Templeton
5-Savage
6-Ross
7-Dunstan
8-Acres
9-Lee
10-Markworthdel
11-Montagna
12-Riewoldt
13-Schneiderret (rookie)
14-Geary
15-Billings
16-Newnes
17-Roberton
18-Longer
19-Gilbert
20-Armitage
21-Delaney
22-Ray
23-Whitedel
24-Dempster
25-Fisher
26-Curren
27-Bruce
28-Membrey
29-Webster
30-Murdoch
31-Simpkindel
32-McCartin
33-Goddard
34-Wright
35-Saunders
36-McKenzie
37-Lonie
38-Saad (rookie)
39-Shenton
40-Sinclair (rookie)
41-Minchington
42-Pierce
43-Payne (rookie)
44-Weller
45-Holmes (rookie)

FB:Geary,Delaney,Dempster
HB:Newnes,Roberton,Fisher
C:Dunstan,Weller,Sinclair
HF:Montagna,Riewoldt,McCartin
FF:Billings,Bruce,Lonie
Foll:Longer, Steven,Armitage
Int:Goddard,Savage,Gilbert,Ross
Emerg:McKenzie, Acres, Webster
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« Reply #13 on: October 08, 2015, 09:58:06 AM »

If McCartin can step up next year that is good looking forward line!
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« Reply #14 on: October 08, 2015, 10:31:57 AM »

Better add Carlisle into those sides boys :D
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