2013 Ladder Predictions I

Written by Motts on November 27 2012

Give us your early predictions for how you think the final ladder will look after the 2013 Grand Final.

No prizes for guessing where Ol Mottsy has the Mighty Blues finishing.

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83 thoughts on “2013 Ladder Predictions I”

  1. 1. Hawthorn
    2. Sydney
    3. West Coast
    4. Collingwood
    5. Adelaide
    6. Carlton
    7. Richmond
    8. Geelong
    9. Fremantle
    10. Essendon
    11. North Melbourne
    12. ST Kilda
    13. Brisbane
    14. Western Bulldogs
    15. Port Adeliade
    16. Melbourne
    17. Gold Coast
    18. Gws

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  2. Hawks
    Eagles
    Swans
    Collingwood
    Geelong
    Essendon
    Carlton
    Fremantle
    Adelaide
    Richmond
    North
    Lions
    Suns
    Saints
    Port
    Dogs
    Giants
    Melbourne

    Grand Final winner..Hawks
    Brownlow..Pendles
    Rising Star..Vlastuin

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  3. I started to do the ladder then realized I couldn’t fit 11 teams in the 8.

    Tight year ahead I feel.

    Freo smokey for the flag, Hawks the lock of year (again!)
    Blues top 4 due to a soft fixture and the pies to be underrated due to a tough fixture and cause an “upset” in september by beating a side above them.
    Crows will fade.

    Brownlow Nic Nat – Coleman – Buddy

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  4. Hawks
    Swans
    Eagles
    Collingwood
    Essendon
    Geelong
    Richmond
    North
    Fremantle
    Adelaide
    Carlton
    Saints
    Lions
    Suns
    Melbourne
    Dogs
    Port
    Giants

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  5. 1: Collingwood 72
    2: West Coast 72
    3: Hawthorn 68
    4: Sydney 60
    5: Fremantle 60
    6: Adelaide 56
    7: Brisbane 52
    8: Geelong 48

    9: Richmond 48
    10: Carlton 44
    11: Kangaroos 44
    12: St Kilda 40
    13: Essendon 36
    14: Port Adelaide 24
    15: Gold Coast 24
    16: GWS 20
    17: Melbourne 12
    18: Western Bulldogs 8

    Brownlow: Trent Cotchin
    Coleman Medallist: Drew Petrie

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  6. 1: Hawks
    2: Collingwood
    3:West Coast
    4:Sydney
    5:Geelong
    6:Fremantle
    7:Adelaide
    8:Richmond

    9:Carlton
    10:Kangaroos
    11:Essendon
    12:Brisbane
    13:Port Adelaide
    14:St Kilda
    15:Melbourne
    16:Bulldogs
    17:Gold Coast
    18:GWS
    Rising Star: O’Meara
    Brownlow: Cotchin
    Coleman: Buddy
    Premiership: Hawks

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  7. 1.Hawks
    2.Collingwood
    3.Sydney
    4.West Coast
    5. Carlton
    6.Geelong
    7.Essendon
    8.Adelaide

    9.Richmond
    10. Freo
    11. Kangaroos
    12.Brisbane
    13.St.Kilda
    14.PA
    15. Gold Coast
    16. Melbourne
    17. Western Bulldogs
    18. GWS
    ***6-11 are the most likely to change.

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  8. 1. Carlton
    2. Collingwood
    3. Hawthorn
    4. Sydney
    5. Richmond
    6. West Coast
    7. North Melbourne
    8. Fremantle

    9. Essendon
    10. Geelong
    11. St Kilda
    12. Adelaide
    13. Brisbane
    14. Western Bulldogs
    15. Melbourne
    16. Gold Coast
    17. Port
    18. GWS

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  9. 1. West Coast Eagles
    2. Hawks
    3. Collingwood
    4. Sydney
    5. Fremantle
    6. Richmond
    7. Carlton
    8. Essendon

    9. North Melbourne
    10. Geelong
    11. St.Kilda
    12. Adelaide
    13. Brisbane
    14. Melbourne
    15. Western Bulldogs
    16. Gold Coast Subs
    17. Port Adelaide
    18. Greater Western Sydney

    Norm Smith: Nic Nat- think next year will be his breakout year
    Brownlow: Trent Cotchin
    Coleman medalist: Buddy

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  10. 1. OH! The premierships a cake walk 😛
    2. West Coast
    3. Sydney (if they get Tippy, 5 if they dont)
    4. Hawthorn (3 if Swans miss out)
    5. Freo (4 if…)
    6. Caaarlton
    7. Adelaide
    8. Richmond
    9. North
    10. Melbourne
    11. Essendon
    12. Brisbane
    13. Geelong
    14. St.Kilda
    15. Gold Coast Suns
    16. GWS (if they get Tippy, otherwise 17)
    17. Doggies (if …)
    18. Port
    Brownlow: Pendles
    Norm Smith: Luke Ball
    Coleman: Trav, Tippy, Buddy or with the number of goals it takes to win it these days it may well end up being Darren Glass.
    Super Coach Winner: HGL

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  11. 1. West Coast Eagles
    2. Hawks
    3. Collingwood
    4. Sydney
    5. Fremantle
    6. Richmond
    7. Adelaide
    8. Essendon
    9. Carlton
    10. Kangas
    11. Geelong
    12. Brisbane
    13. Port
    14. Saints
    15. Gary Ablett
    16. GWS
    17. Melbourne
    18. Bulldogs.

    Bottom 6 much harder to pick then top 6 I reckon.

    Brownlow: Cotch/Pendles
    Rising Star: Jäger
    Coleman: Lynch
    Flag: Hawks (Love to see Freo get there though)

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  12. 1. Hawthorn
    2. West Coast
    3. Collingwood
    4. Sydney
    5. Fremantle
    6. Carlton
    7. Richmond
    8. Geelong
    9. Essendon
    10. Adelaide
    11. Kangas
    12. Melbourne
    13. St. Kilda
    14. Brisbane
    15. Port
    16. Gold Coast
    17. Bulldogs
    18. Giants

    Brownlow: Cotchin
    Rising Star: Jack Viney
    Coleman: Buddy
    Flag: Hawks

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  13. Poured over this for hours and hours…think I’ve finally nailed it

    1. Hawthorn
    2. Collingwood
    3. West Coast
    4. Adelaide
    6. Geelong
    6. South Melbourne
    7. Carlton
    8. Richmond
    9. North Melbourne
    10. Essendon
    12. Fremantle
    12. St Kilda
    13. Fitzroy
    14. Port Magpies
    15. Gold Coast
    16. Melbourne
    17. Footscray
    18. GWS

    Brownlow: Garry Ablett Jnr
    Coleman: Lance “Buddy” Franklin
    AFLPA MVP: Garry Ablett Jnr
    Rising Star: Jaeger O’Meara
    Norm Smith: Sam Mitchell

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  14. 1. Hawthorn
    2. West Coast
    3. Sydney
    4. Collingwood
    5. Geelong
    6. Essendon
    7. Adelaide
    8. Carlton
    9. Fremantle
    10. Richmond
    11. North Melbourne
    12. Brisbane
    13. St. Kilda
    14.Gold Coast
    15. Melbourne
    16. Port Adelaide
    17. Western Bulldogs
    18. Greater Western Sydney

    Premiership: Hawthorn

    Brownlow: Scott Pendlebury or Trent Cotchin

    Rising Star: Joe Daniher or Oliver Wines

    Norm Smith: Brad Sewell

    Coleman: Lance “BUDDY” Franklin

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  15. What kinda squeezer calls someone Tippy.
    1 eagles
    2 hawks
    3 freo
    4 north
    5 dons
    6 pies
    7 blues
    8 swans
    9 geelong
    10 tigers
    11 crows
    12 lions
    13 dogs
    14 gold coast
    15 saints
    16 port
    17 melb
    18 gws

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  16. Hawks
    Eagles
    Pies
    Dockers
    Swans
    Crows
    Cats
    Blues

    Bombers
    Kangaroos
    Tigers
    Saints
    Lions
    Power
    Suns
    Demons
    Bulldogs
    Giants

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  17. 1. Collingwood
    Premiers – Collingwood
    Norm Smith – Luke Ball
    Brownlow – Scott Pendlebury
    Coleman – Q. Lynch
    Rising Star – The Broomstick

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  18. Sydney
    West Coast Eagles
    Hawthorn
    Carlton
    Richmond
    Collingwood
    Fremantle
    Essendon

    Adelaide
    Roos
    Geelong
    Brisbane
    Gold Coast
    Saint Kilda
    Bulldogs
    Port Adelaide
    GWS
    Melbourne

    GF Sydney vs WCE

    Norm Smith A Goodes

    Brownlow G Ablett

    Coleman Franklin

    Rising Star Wines

    Top 3 Headlines Of The Year: 
    1) Franklin becomes the highest paid player of the AFL after resigning with the Hawks
    2) Harry Taylor walks out on the Cats to join the Eagles
    3)Melbourne  Demons installed as the premiership favorites of 2014…in the VFL

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  19. Ladder:
    1. Geelong
    2. West Coast
    3. Sydney
    4. Hawthorn
    5. Fremantle
    6. Collingwood
    7. Carlton
    8. Adelaide
    9. Richmond
    10. North Melbourne
    11. Essendon
    12. Brisbane
    13. Saint Kilda
    14. Port Adelaide
    15. Gold Coast
    16. Melbourne
    17. Greater Western Sydney
    18. Western Bulldogs

    Rising Star: Thurlow
    Brownlow: Joelwood and Cotchin (tie)
    Coleman: Tomahawk or Tex
    Grand Final: Geelong vs West Coast
    Premiers: Geelong
    Norm Smith: Harry Taylor

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  20. TEAM NAME: abc
    DEF: B. Goddard, B. Gibbs, B. Waters, H. Shaw, S. Docherty, J. Pittard (B. Staker, D. Terlich)
    MID: G. Ablett jnr, S. Pendlebury, J. Toumpas, A. Embley, T. Cotchin, M. Murphy, O. Wines, B. Crouch (J. O’Meara, J. Viney)
    RUC: S. Mumford, M. Leuenberger (J. Witts, M. Daw)
    FWD: L. Franklin, N. Naitanui, T. Rockliff, D. Thomas, M. LeCras, J. Daniher (K. Jaksch, B. Dick)
    CASH LEFT: $208,200
    thoughts ?????

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  21. 1,Hawthorn
    2,Sydney
    3,Geelong
    4,Collinwood
    5,Essendon
    6,Fremantle
    7,Westcoast
    8,Richmond
    9,Carlton
    10,Adelaide
    11,North Melbourne
    12,Stkilda
    13,Brisbane
    14,Melbourne
    15,Gold Coast
    16,Western Bulldogs
    17,GWS
    18,Port Adelaide

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  22. 1. Hawthorn
    2. Collingwood
    3. Sydney
    4. West Coast
    5. Carlton
    6. Fremantle
    7. Geelong
    8. Essendon

    9. Adelaide
    10. Richmond
    11. Brisbane
    12. North Melbourne
    13. St Kilda
    14. Melbourne
    15. Gold Coast
    16. Port Adelaide
    17. Western Bulldogs
    18. GWS

    Premiers: Hawthorn
    Brownlow: Pendlebury/Sam Mitchell
    Coleman: Franklin
    Rising Star: Tom Mitchell

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  23. End of H&A season:

    Hawthorn
    Collingwood
    West Coast
    Sydney
    Adelaide
    Fremantle
    Carlton
    Geelong

    Essendon
    Richmond
    Brisbane
    North Melbourne
    St Kilda
    Gold Coast
    Melbourne
    Port Adelaide
    Western Bulldogs
    GWS

    Coleman: Franklin
    Brownlow: Pendlebury

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  24. lot of people have Geelong out of the 8, cant see it happening now they have filled their biggest weakness with H Mac.

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  25. 1. Sydney
    2. West Coast
    3. Hawthorn
    4. Fremantle
    5. Carlton
    6. Geelong
    7. Collingwood
    8. Adelaide

    9. Essendon
    10. Richmond
    11. Norf
    12. Brisbane
    13. Melbourne
    14. St Kilda
    15. Gold Coast
    16. Western Bulldogs
    17. Port Adelaide
    18. GWS

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  26. Hawthorn
    Collingwood
    Sydney
    West Coast
    Fremantle
    Richmond
    Adelaide
    Geelong

    Carlton
    Essendon
    North Melbourne
    ST Kilda
    Brisbane
    Port Adelaide
    Melbourne
    Gold Coast
    Western Bulldogs
    Greater Western Sydney

    Coleman- Buddy
    Brownlow- Mitchell
    Norm Smith- Mitchell

    Premiership- HAWTHORN

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  27. 1. WCE
    2. Collingwood
    3. Hawthorn
    4. Adelaide
    5. Carlton
    6. Sydney
    7. Geelong
    8. Freo

    9. Essendon
    10. Richmond
    11. Brisbane
    12. North
    13. Melbourne
    14. GC
    15. St Kilda
    16. Western Bulldogs
    17. GWS
    18. Port

    Coleman – Jack Reiwoldt
    Brownlow – Dayne Beams
    Norm Smith – Luke Ball

    Premiership- Collingwood

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  28. Hawthorn
    Collingwood
    Sydney
    West Coast
    Adelaide
    Fremantle
    Geelong
    Carlton

    Essendon
    Port
    Richmond
    Nth Melb
    Brisbane
    Melbourne
    St Kilda
    Bulldogs
    Gold Coast
    GWS

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  29. 1. Hawthorn
    2. Essendon
    3. West Coast
    4. Sydney
    5. Fremantle
    6. North Melbourne
    7. Collingwood
    8. Adelaide

    9. Carlton
    10. Richmond
    11. Geelong
    12. Port Adelaide
    13. GWS
    14. St Kilda
    15. Melbourne
    16. Western Bulldogs
    17. Brisbane
    18. Gold Coast

    A lot of people are leaving essendon just out, theyll be a real good team again, just a matter of whether they run out of legs again, but i think they learnt their lesson. GWS have some serious talent, it wont be long before they are top 4 contenders, get them off your no.18’s. Really would love to see geelong play well again but im not feeling it.. they has to be some changeover in the 8 from year to year, but im having a hard time dropping anyone else for now.

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  30. 1 west coast
    2 the ducks
    3 dorkers
    4 tigers
    5 lions
    6 poorthorn\
    7 stone the cheats
    8 norts
    9 bollywood
    10 suns
    11the unsaintly
    12 More port please (it will be winter)
    13 gee long way down
    14 charlatons
    15 unblessondon
    16 lesser sydney
    17 Woof woof
    18 The pride of victoria……the capitals TANKERS
    the revolution begins…bring it on

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  31. Hawthorn
    Freo
    Sydney
    Adelaide
    Richmond
    Carlton
    West coast
    collingwood

    North melbourne
    Geelong
    Essondon
    St.kilda
    Brisbane
    Port adelaide
    Melbourne
    Western bulldogs
    Gws
    Gold coast

    Gf:hawks
    Rising star: tyson or vlatuin
    Coleman: buddy or riewoldt

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  32. Funny how everyody is almost copying last year’s ladder. It’s gonna be way different with all the free agency and trades I’m predicting. This is my guess…

    1, Hawthorn (If their list holds up)
    2. Fremantle (The dark horse)
    3. West Coast (Forwards are back)
    4. Essendon (Goddard will *Bruce comment* ‘shine!’)
    5. Sydney (Even with Tippett)
    6. Collingwood (New recruits won’t help)
    7. Adelaide (Still play good without Tippett)
    8. Richmond (They break the drought!)
    ———————
    9. Carlton (Mick will struggle in his first year)
    10. Geelong (Inconsistent list)
    11. Brisbane (Slight improvement)
    12. Melbourne (Recruits will help)
    13. North Melbourne (Theyll have another downer few seasons)
    14. St. Kilda (Aging/too young list)
    15. Gold Coast
    16. GWS
    17. Western Bulldogs
    18. Port Adelaide (Spooners!)

    Premiers – Hawthorn
    Runners-up – Fremantle
    Brownlow – Patrick Dangerfield/Sam Mitchell
    Headline of the year – Chris Connolly sacked, Melbourne fined and stripped of 2013 draft picks for tanking

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  33. 1. HAWKS-great team that can perform on the big stage
    2. SWANS-great team that can perform on the big stage
    3. BLUES-if Mick can get more depth will go far
    4.DOCKERS-last year was the start of there era, may take another step this year

    5. PIES-best list in comp but to many injury prone plays
    6. CROWS-will fall back, but may still make top 4
    7. EAGLES-will drop down through others success but will still win 14 games
    8. TIGERS-will let their talent shine as young players are smarter footballers

    9. NORTH-handy club but not quite their
    10. BOMBERS- like the pies, injury prone club but not as good as them
    11. LIONS-will be big improvers may make the 8
    12. CATS- end of and era, will struggle
    13. SUNS-will improve dramatically, wont be surprised if they finish higher
    14. SAINTS-players too old, loss Goddard, club going backwards
    15. POWER-great young recruits but need time to get better
    16. GIANTS-same as power
    17. DOGS-going through rebuilding stage, will struggle
    18. DEMONDS-get smashed most year even will young recruits

    FINALS
    Week 1:
    QF1 hawks vs dockers MCG
    QF2 swans vs blues SCG
    EF1 pies vs tigers MCG
    EF2 crows vs eagles AAMI
    Week 2:
    S1: dockers vs pies PS
    S2: swans vs crows SCG
    Week 3:
    P1: hawks vs swans MCG
    P2: blues vs dockers MCG
    Week 4:
    GF: hawks vs blues MCG
    PREMIER: hawks

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  34. A lot of people have carlton as the big improvers since MM became coach.
    In 25 yrs MM has coached he has won 3 flags…only 1 every 8+ yrs
    A good coach but no saviour, when you consider 2 of these were at WCE where he inherited a very good list.
    Since 1994 MM won 1.Carl won 1 Thats over a period.. of 18 YRS!!
    Optimism is a wonderful thing.Delusion not so grand.

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  35. West Coast (Great List, certain top 4)
    Collingwood (dodgy fwd line, awesome mids)
    Hawthorn (Great list)
    Sydney (Full allround team)
    Fremantle (this years Dark horse)
    Richmond (The big improvers. lose in s/f…go close to winning it in 2014.)
    Essendon (Up and down all year Stanton gets 220sc points..then 32sc)
    Carlton( scrape in and then bundled out in trip to Perth)

    Adelaide (big sliders)
    Geelong (era over boys….rebuild from 2nd half of year)
    Brisbane ( right up there but fade in last 5 games)
    Port Adelaide (Improving and have big win over Hawthorn)
    Nth Melbourne (hit by injuries and ruin their season)
    St Kilda (rebuilding)
    Gold Coast (rising…have good wins over Geelong and freo)
    Melbourne (caught cheating and hammered…18th in 2014
    Western Bulldogs (rebuilding)
    GWS (4 wins and very competitive most weeks….premiership in 2017)

    Adel Geel Nth melt out of the 8 from last year….Carlton, Ess, Rich in

    WC v Coll Grand Final….. West Coast Premiers
    Brownlow…Cotchin/Robinson tie
    rising star: O’meara
    Biggest story: Ballantyne and Milne caught in compromising position with 2 she-males and a donkey
    Best Breakout seasons: Robinson (Carlt), Shuey (WC) ,Caddy (Geel) Boak (Port) Martin (rich)

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  36. Hawks
    Collingwood
    Adelaide
    West Coast
    Carlton
    Sydney
    Essendon
    Richmond
    Geelong
    Fremantle
    North
    Brisbane
    Saints
    Gold Coast
    Port
    Melbourne
    Bulldogs
    GWS

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  37. hawthorn
    west coast
    carlton
    collingwood
    sydney
    essendon
    adelaide
    richmond
    ……………………….
    geelong
    north melbourne
    melbourne
    brisbane
    st kilda
    port adelaide
    bulldogs
    gold coast
    gws

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  38. Hawks
    Swans
    Dockers
    Cats
    Tigers
    Pies
    Eagles
    Blues

    Roos
    Crows
    Power
    Saints
    Suns
    Lions
    Dogs
    Demons
    GWS
    Esse Gone****

    Brownlow — Ablett
    Coleman — JJK
    Rising Star — O’Meara
    Nab Cup — Lions.

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  39. 1. Hawthorn
    2. West coast
    3. Sydney
    4. Adelaide
    5. Carlton
    6. Fremantle
    7.Collingwood
    8. Brisbane
    ………………………….
    9. Geelong
    10. North Melbourne
    11. Essendon
    12. Richmond
    13. Gold Coast
    14 St Kilda
    15. Port Adelaide
    16. Western Bulldogs
    17. Melbourne
    18. GWS

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  40. 1. Hawthorn
    2. Sydney
    3. Fremantle
    4. Geelong
    5. Collingwood
    6. Carlton
    7. West coast
    8. Richmond
    ………………………….
    9. Adelaide
    10. North Melbourne
    11. Gold Coast
    12. Brisbane
    13. Essendon
    14 St Kilda
    15. Port Adelaide
    16. Western Bulldogs
    17. GWS
    18. Melbourne

    Hawthorn will win the flag
    Hawkins to win the Coleman

    Buddy will deflect to GWS
    James Hird will be sacked at the end of the year
    Gary ablett will win the Brownlow again

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  41. 1. West Coast
    2. Adelaide
    3. Hawthorn
    4. Sydney
    5. Collingwood
    6. Fremantle
    7. Carlton
    8. Richmond
    9. Geelong
    10. North Melbourne
    11. Brisbane
    12. Essendon
    13. St. Kilda
    14. Gold Coast
    15. Port Adelaide
    16. Melbourne
    17. GWS
    18. Bulldogs

    Premiership. Adelaide
    Coleman. Buddy Franklin 71
    Brownlow. Trent Cotchin
    Norm Smith. Patrick Dangerfield
    Rising Star. Jon Patton

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  42. 1. H
    2. WCE
    3. SS
    4. C

    5. CMP
    6. FD
    7. AC
    8. RT

    9. NM
    10. BL
    11. EB
    12. GC

    13. GCS
    14. STK
    15. PA
    16. GWS

    17. MD
    18. WBD

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  43. 1. Collingwood
    2. Hawthorn
    3. Westcoast
    4. Sydney
    5. Fremantle
    6. Port Adelaide
    7. Geelong
    8. Richmond
    9. Carlton
    10. North Melbourne
    11. Essendon
    12. Adelaide
    13. Brisbane
    14. St. Kilda
    15. Bulldogs
    16. Melbourne
    17. Gold Coast
    18. GWS

    Coleman – Buddy Franklin
    Brownlow – Swan
    Rising Star – Ollie Wines

    Justifications

    Port Adelaide – i feel if they get a relitivly injury free run to senior players they will suprise alot of people and clubs, the gain of D.Burgess is bigger then most people understand and with K.Hincklys game style and some added players this year (recruits and returns from injury) Port will be a new club to what they were in the past years, and after round 5 should be an indication if this prediction has some accuracy to it.

    Adelaide – loosing tippet is no big loss but walker will now take the best defender each week , something he has never had to deal with week in week out, also they wont get the dream run into the finals they got with last years draw, which if they’d had one of the “hard draws” they wouldn’t of made the 8

    Rising star – Oliver wines has been described as ports best inside midfielder since 2004, a huge wrap and his performance in the NAB cup backs this up, 100% of his possessions against Westcoast reflects this. he tackles, gets the hard ball, is great under pressure and can kick a goal under pressure from a stoppage and at 188cm and 90kgs has the body to compete against senior AFL Midfeilders

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  44. 1. Hawthorn
    2. Collingwood
    3. Sydney
    4. Fremantle
    5. West Coast
    6. Essendon
    7. Carlton
    8. Geelong
    9. North Melbourne
    10. Richmond
    11. Adelaide
    12. Brisbane
    13. St Kilda
    14. Gold Coast
    15. Port Adelaide
    16. Melbourne
    17. Western Bulldogs
    18. Greater Western Sydney
    Premiers: Hawthorn
    Brownlow: Trent Cotchin
    Rising star: Jaeger o’Meara
    Big Improver: Gold Coast & Fremantle

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  45. 1. Hawthorn
    2. Sydney
    3. West Coast
    4. Collingwood
    5. Geelong
    6. Fremantle
    7. Richmond
    8. Adelaide
    _____________

    9. Essendon
    10. Carlton
    11. North Melbourne
    12. Brisbane
    13. St Kilda
    14. Port Adelaide
    15. Western Bulldogs
    16. Melbourne
    17. Gold Coast
    18. GWS

    Brownlow: Trent Cotchin
    Coleman: Lance Franklin
    Premiers: Hawthorn
    Runners Up: Sydney
    Most Improved: Richmond
    Least Improved: Adelaide

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  46. 1st Hawthorn
    2nd West Coast
    3rd Sydney (P)
    4th Fremantle
    5th Collingwood
    6th Geelong
    7th Adelaide
    8th Richmond
    9th Essendon
    10th Carlton
    11th Brisbane
    12th North Melbourne
    13th St Kilda
    14th Port Adelaide
    15th Gold Coast
    16th Melbourne
    17th Western Bulldogs
    18th Greater Western Sydney

    BROWNLOW: Nathan Fyfe
    COLEMAN: Lance Franklin
    GRAND FINAL: West Coast vs. Sydney
    PREMIERS: Sydney by 21.
    NORM SMITH: Dean Cox
    AFL RISING STAR: Majak Daw
    WOODEN SPOONS: Greater Western Sydney

    I hope you liked this prediction 😀

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  47. A lot of people put Geelong out of top 8 and declare end of an era … Don’t ever underestimate the champion …

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