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« on: October 02, 2013, 10:56:06 AM »

Here we have the review for Port Adelaide. Check out the rest of them at

2013 Season Review - Port Adelaide

Best First Year Player
Oliver WINES - 22 matches, 1628 points at 74.00. Increased $133,000
And to think this kid almost wound up at Melbourne! What a year it was for Wines, enjoying a very productive midfield role. He started the year very well, with 5 70+ scores in the first 6 rounds. His output dropped slightly after that however, and hopefully you cashed him in and offloaded him mid-season to someone cheap like Matt Priddis.

Most Improved Player
Chad WINGARD - 22 matches, 2169 points at 98.59. Increased $199,900
In only his second year of AFL football, Wingard exploded onto the scene as one of the most creative midfield/forward players. He had a huge influence on many games, none bigger than his 151 against the Crows in round 19, which was among 8 100s, and 16 90+ scores. He was ultra consistent, and if named a forward next year, buy him and lock him away for the season, he will only continue to get better.

Best Buy
Kane CORNES - 21 matches, 2212 points at 105.33. Decreased $27,500
If you took the risk on Kane Cornes early on in the season, it paid dividends for you. He started on fire, with 5 scores above 117 in the first 6 rounds. It was probably best to sell him then, after his initial price rise, but if you stuck with him, while a little inconsistent, he still scored strongly for the rest of the year. He was definitely a star in Port's midfield this year.

Worst Buy
Hamish HARTLETT (after round 5) - 20 matches, 1815 points at 90.75. Decreased $28,300
What a frustration this man was this year. After gaining Defender status this year, he seemed like a great buy. But his scoring was inconsistent, and if you picked him up at his peak in round 5 (sadly I did), he was a major disappointment. After a run of 3 big 100s, he failed to crack the ton for another 13 rounds and his scoring was very inconsistent. He has now moved onto my never again list, but I am sure that will probably change by the team next season starts.

2014 Prospects
Matthew Lobbe
Took the solo ruck role for the second half of the season, and prospered under it. He had some big scores including a couple of 127s and a 154 against Geelong. He should continue to develop next year, and could take the next step up to being a real premium ruckman.

Travis Boak
The skipper had a very good year, finishing 25th in the competition. His scoring can be a bit inconsistent, with a few scores under 90 this year, but also plenty over 120. Could be a good POD in your midfield as a M5.

Angus Monfries
Monfries' move to Port has certainly been a good one for him. He had his best year to date, averaging over 90 points. His scoring could possibly improve next year if he gets to spend more time in the midfield, so look out pre-season if there are any updates on where he might play.

Most Prolific
1.   Travis Boak (MID) - 2239 @ 106.62
2.   Kane Cornes (MID) - 2212 @ 105.33
3.   Chad Wingard (MID) - 2169 @ 98.59
4.   Brad Ebert (MID) - 2138 @ 97.18
5.   Justin Westhoff (FWD) - 2070 @ 98.57
8.     Hamish Hartlett (DEF/MID) - 1815 @ 90.75
11.   Matthew Lobbe (RUC) - 1636 @ 79
« Last Edit: October 02, 2013, 11:07:23 AM by BB67th » Logged
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« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2013, 10:57:50 AM »

How is hartlett a worst buy? 90 avg defender is fine by me!
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Jake 'The Milkshake' Melksham

« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2013, 11:00:14 AM »

Yeah, I probably would of given Kane Mitchell the worst buy
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« Reply #3 on: October 02, 2013, 11:02:05 AM »

Lewis Stevenson was an ordinary investment too in my book.
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« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2013, 11:07:57 AM »

Fixed up the Hartlett bit there. He was the worst buy if you picked him up after round 5 like I did when his price was super high and then he scored very badly for the next 10 rounds.
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« Reply #5 on: October 02, 2013, 02:56:19 PM »

Hartlett next year
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« Reply #6 on: October 02, 2013, 02:57:10 PM »

Hartlett next year

Hartlett will be a mid only.  :(
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« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2013, 09:55:16 AM »

Definitely got an eye on Lobbe for next year. But will be hard to pass up NicNat, Mummy and HMac (If fit)
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