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« on: July 31, 2016, 07:45:24 PM »

Fixtures
1st Semi Final: Chicago Sharks vs Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Very interesting fixture, this one. Chicago have been the better team all season out of the two, but stumbled big-time against the Terriers last week, while Anaheim certainly had the better score last week, albeit possibly carried by horrible luck of SF. Selwood and Parker go up against AFL-club buddies Dangerfield and Hannebery in likely captaincy duos, which will likely have a heavy outcome on who wins. I'll back the Ducks, with little confidence.
Last time they played: Round 10: Chicago Sharks 15.11.101 lost to Anaheim Mighty Ducks 18.10.118

2nd Semi Final: Boston Terriers vs Carolina Panthers
Carolina were pretty decent last week, posting 118. Boston were better, with 131. The Panthers obviously have the potential to really damage the scoreboard, as seen by their 140 just a few weeks back, while Boston have consistently scored 125+ this season and have only really looked vulnerable against the Grizzlies (losing both games by under 2 points). I'll back Boston to win in a similar scoreline to the last time they played each other, back in round 2 - luckily for the loser, both teams here are safe and will play again next week.
Last time they played: Round 2: Carolina Panthers 17.9.111 lost to Boston Terriers 19.6.120

Lockout will occur at the start of Richmond vs Collingwood at 7:50pm EST on Friday the 5th of August.

Full Fixture list: http://forum.fanfooty.com.au/index.php/topic,105841.0.html
Team lists: http://forum.fanfooty.com.au/index.php/topic,99246.0.html

Team Submission
D: A. Player, B. Player, C. Player, D. Player
M: E. Player (c) or (cc), F. Player (vc) or (cc), G. Player, H. Player, I. Player, J. Player
R: K. Player
F: L. Player (evc), M. Player, N. Player, O. Player
U: P. Player, Q. Player, R. Player
Emg: S. Player, T. Player, U. Player, V. Player (sub)

-You must name either a captain (x2) and vice-captain (x1.5) or two co-captains (1.75x each), in addition to the emergency vice-captain. If listed captaincy options are exhausted the first-named non-captain midfielder is promoted.
-Emergencies can be of ANY position and in ANY order.
-Sub SHOULD be named as the last man on the bench to avoid them being called up as a regular replacement.


Finals System
Finals Week One (AFL Round 19)
1st Elimination Final: 4th vs 5th
2nd Elimination Final: 3rd vs 6th
Qualifying Final: 1st vs 2nd

Finals Week Two (AFL Round 20)
1st Semi Final: QF Loser vs Lowest Ranked EF Winner
2nd Semi Final: QF Winner vs Highest Ranked EF Winner

Finals Week Three (AFL Round 21)
Preliminary Final: SF2 Loser vs SF1 Winner

Finals Week Four (AFL Round 22)
Grand Final: SF2 Winner vs PF Winner
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« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2016, 01:03:46 PM »

Carolina Panthers.

Def: Sam Mayes - Matthew Boyd - Sam Docherty (EVC) - Nathan Krakouer.
Mid: JPKennedy - Callum Ward (C)  - Marcus Bontempelli  - Josh Kelly - Rory Aitkins - Angus Brayshaw.
Ruck: Shane Mumford.
Fwd: Dustin Martin  - Cyril Rioli (VC) - Steve Johnson - John Patton.
Util: Blaine Boekhorst (MF) - Brodie Grundy (R) - Sam Day (F/D)

Emerg: Luke Brown (D) -  Andrew Moore (M) - Daniel Rioli (F) - Sam Grimley (R/F) (Sub)
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« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2016, 03:00:57 PM »

Danger vs Essendon this week oh boy
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« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2016, 03:18:02 PM »

Danger vs Essendon this week oh boy

Wonder if he will get rested? Looks like he needs one.
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« Reply #4 on: August 02, 2016, 11:09:47 AM »

Collective fist-pump at Boston as their kryptonite is eliminated. Cheers kb!
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« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2016, 04:17:06 PM »

Collective fist-pump at Boston as their kryptonite is eliminated. Cheers kb!

Damn, this supernatural jinx will have to continue next year

R8 2015: San Francisco Grizzlies 20.5.125 defeated Boston Terriers 19.10.124
R15 2015: San Francisco Grizzlies 18.16.126 defeated Boston Terriers 18.13.123
SF 2015: San Francisco Grizzlies 21.11.137 defeated Boston Terriers 20.7.127
GF 2015: San Francisco Grizzlies 20.7.127 defeated Boston Terriers 20.5.125
R7 2016: San Francisco Grizzlies 18.10.118 defeated Boston Terriers 18.9.117
R16 2016: San Francisco Grizzlies 18.12.120 defeated Boston Terriers 18.10.118
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« Reply #6 on: August 02, 2016, 06:48:11 PM »

hey Jukes i'm interested in a stat if it's easy for you to see or get how man players teams have that didn't play an AFL game excluding injuries/bans
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« Reply #7 on: August 02, 2016, 07:25:23 PM »

hey Jukes i'm interested in a stat if it's easy for you to see or get how many players teams have that didn't play an AFL game excluding injuries/bans

This excludes the dons suspensions but doesn't separate injured players. Fairly sure this is mostly accurate.

Anaheim: 9 (Ben McKay, Luke Partington, David Cuningham, David Swallow, Harley Bennell, Harry McKay, Cameron Loersch, Brandon Jack, Cam Ellis-Yolmen)
Boston: 7 (Josh McGuinness, Brant Colledge, Jordan Snadden, Sam Colquhoun, Alec Waterman, Brayden Sier, Tom Lamb)
New Brooklyn: 4 (Clem Smith, Nathan Freeman, Jarrod Pickett, Troy Menzel)
Carolina: 4 (Andy Otten, Matthew Scharenberg, Anthony Morabito, Sam B Reid)
Chicago: 6 (Curtly Hampton, Sam Durdin, Corey Adamson, Matthew Allen, Jarryd Roughead, Cameron McCarthy)
Colorado: 5 (Will Snelling, Nick O'Kearney, Harley Balic, Billy Longer, Jason Holmes)
Houston: 6 (Jayden McGrath, Mitch Grigg, Kurt Mutimer, Dawson Simpson, Nathan Hrovat, Sam Weideman)
Las Vegas: 8 (Mitch Hibberd, Harrison Wigg, Nic Newman, Riley Bonner, Bailey Rice, Scott Selwood, Jordan Dawson, Patrick McKenna)
Ottawa: 2 (Dillon Viojo-Rainbow, Brayden Fiorini)
Quito: 8 (Jackson Thurlow, Chris Yarran, Jake Barrett, Declan Mountford, Jake Spencer, Reilly O'Brien, Joel Smith, Ryan Burton)
San Francisco: 10 (Alex Morgan, Jake Kelly, Jesse Glass-McCasker, Tom Doedee, Hugh Greenwood, Mabior Chol, Andrew Gallucci, Aaron Black, Jamie Elliott, Reece McKenzie)
Santiago: 6 (Ed Vickers-Willis, Jaeger O'Meara, Alex Woodward, Dean Gore, Paul Ahern, Jay Kennedy-Harris)
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« Reply #8 on: August 02, 2016, 07:31:34 PM »

interesting cheers but Ducks have Cam Ellis-Yolmen FYI

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« Reply #9 on: August 02, 2016, 07:36:30 PM »

Pretty happy to see that to be honest, good signs for the future imo. I like having active depth in the event I get cruelled by injuries.
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« Reply #10 on: August 02, 2016, 07:40:09 PM »

Meh makes delistings easy haha
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« Reply #11 on: August 02, 2016, 08:47:53 PM »

interesting cheers but Ducks have Cam Ellis-Yolmen FYI

He sure is, pasted him into the wrong row
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« Reply #12 on: August 02, 2016, 11:07:57 PM »

Pretty happy to see that to be honest, good signs for the future imo. I like having active depth in the event I get cruelled by injuries.
+1

For us JKH & JoM would surely line-up without injuries

Woodward has been unlucky and EVW is pushing for selection in an experienced side

Ahern would have played a fair few as well if he didn't get injured (I'm hoping that he gets the trade to Carlton that has been rumoured).

I'm not sure why the Crows aren't playing Gore - he's ready to go and is a promising youngster (set to play a big part in our long-term plans and will hopefully he ready for consistent selection once Armo retires in the distant future - that's my minimum expectation from him).
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« Reply #13 on: August 02, 2016, 11:15:45 PM »

Yeah from ours I'm pretty confident Sier, Lamb, Colquhoun and McGuiness will have good careers. Colledge's time is running out tbh and Waterman is battling injury. Snadden a decent project player.
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« Reply #14 on: August 03, 2016, 12:17:10 AM »

I have pretty decent depth too (OMac, Maynard, Nick Smith, Matt Shaw, Ceglar, Honeychurch, Lee, Papley not being able to get close to games for me this season), just a lot of long-term project guys or LTIs aha

Morgan and McKenzie are spuds I'll admit
Glass-McCasker is a future gun, Doedee was taken pick 17 and is a huge project, Greenwood is a converted basketballer (next Pendles except not a hack), Chol showed signs in the pre-season, Gallucci has been injured most of the year, Black would be a gun if Scott played/traded him, and Elliott has been injured all year.
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