AFLW Teams – Rd2

Written by Schwarzwalder on February 8 2018

Thanks to Natopotato88 for posting the teams!!

 

Friday, February 9
Greater Western Syndey v Carlton at Drummoyne Oval, 7.05pm AEDT

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

B: M.Boyd 25, T.Hetherington 9, P.Randall 21
HB: N.Barr 8, E.Brush 10, R.Forth 27
C: A.Eva 2
HF: J.Dal Pos 7, P.McWilliams 3, A.Farrugia 18
F: J.Barclay 34, C.Staunton 13, R.Beeson 6
Foll: E.McKinnon 23, C.Gum 26, E.Swanson 17
I/C: E.Bennetts 22, R.Tomkins 1, P.Monahan 28, A.Schmidt 11, B.Tully 16

Emg: M.Freckelton 20 R.Privitelli 19

In: E.Swanson, R.Tomkins, P.Monahan, A.Schmidt
Out: L.Stephenson, R.Privitelli, J.Hicks, M.Collier

CARLTON

B: R.Hicks 24, D.Hardiman 31, T.Lucas-Rodd 18
HB: G.Pound 6, A.Downie 30, B.Davey 1
C: S.Audley 26
HF: T.Harris 22, K.Harrington 9, N.Stevens 21
F: G.Gee 19, D.Vescio 3, S.Li 35
Foll: K.Shierlaw 25, S.Hosking 10, L.Brazzale 12
I/C: M.Gay 8, S.Last 7, B.Moody 16, J.Hosking 11, K.Loynes 2

Emg: K.Gillespie-Jones 5, N.Plane 32

In: R.Hicks, T.Lucas-Rodd, S.Last
Out: K.Gillespie-Jones, L.Arnell, N.Plane

Saturday, February 10
Melbourne v Adelaide at Casey Fields, 5.05pm AEDT

MELBOURNE

B: M.Downie 2, L.Duryea 11, B.Jakobsson 7
HB: J.Grierson 19, K.Smith 13, E.O’Dea 5
C: M.Hickey 18
HF: S.Scott 12, K.Hore 10, C.Phillips 35
F: A.Newman 16, T.Cunningham 1, L.Mithen 14
Foll: E.Hoare 46, K.Paxman 4, D.Pearce 6
I/C: R.Cranston 30, E.Humphries 3, A.Guest 17, A.Mifsud 9, L.Pearce 15

Emg: B.Patterson 24, H.Cordner 21

In: A.Mifsud
Out: M.Guerin

ADELAIDE

B: S.Thompson 14, S.Allan 39, D.Cox 31
HB: A.Foley 3, T.Radan 6, A.Holmes 1
C: E.Marinoff 10
HF: R.Lugg 45, J.Sedunary 17, D.Varnhagen 9
F: J.Hewett 20, S.Perkins 28, E.Jones 2
Foll: R.Metcalfe 11, G.Bevan 4, C.Randall 26
I/C: S.Riley 8, J.Allan 25, R.Wallace 15, J.Mules 23, J.McCormick 5

Emg: M.Rajcic 32, S.Armitstead 16

In: A.Holmes, J.McCormick
Out: A.Hatchard (injured), S.Armitstead

Fremantle v Collingwood at Optus Stadium, 4.10pm AWST

FREMANTLE

B: H.Miller 19, A.Williams 9, E.Gooch 8
HB: A.Sharp 1, C.Davidson 33, G.O’Sullivan 22
C: D.Hooker 17
HF: L.Webb 16, A.Lavell 7, E.Antonio 12
F: M.Caulfield 29, S.Barr 10, A.Atkins 37
Foll: A.Janz 30, S.Cain 20, K.Donnellan 15
I/C: B.Smith 18, G.Houghton 27, L.Mascall 14, J.White 11, B.Green 3

Emg: T.Haynes 6, T.McAuliffe 25

In: L.Webb, G.Houghton
Out: T.Haynes, L.Filocamo

COLLINGWOOD

B: C.McIntosh 20, I.Ross 21, E.Grant 5
HB: C.Molloy 2, S.Livingstone 12, C.Edwards 1
C: B.Bonnici 8
HF: C.Bernardi 6, J.Duffin 27, S.Chiocci – C 17
F: L.Tesoriero 7, J.Garner 43, M.Kuys 9
Foll: E.King 60, J.Lambert 13, A.Barden 38
I/C: H.Whitford 28, E.Hynes 11, S.Casey 22, T.Morgan 26, B.White 33

Emg: R.Schleicher 18, K.Stratton 41

In: J.Duffin, L.Tesoriero, H.Whitford, T.Morgan
Out: M.Hope, S.D’Arcy (suspension), R.Schleicher, S.Dargan

Sunday, February 11
Brisbane v Western Bulldogs, South Pine Sports Complex 3.35pm AEST

BRISBANE

B: N.Hildebrand 22, S.Campbell 20, N.Exon 15
HB: K.Ashmore 10, L.Kaslar 11, B.Koenen 3
C: E.Zielke 8
HF: K.Lutkins 13, T.Randall 16, K.McCarthy 9
F: J.Wuetschner 23, S.Frederick-Traub 14, B.Gibson 25
Foll: S.Webb 4, E.Bates 1, J.Stanton 17
I/C: A.Anderson 18, A.Clarke 21, G.Collingwood 28, S.Conway 12, J.Zanchetta 7, M Hunt 6, I.Ayre 2

In: N.Exon, I.Ayre
Out:

WESTERN BULLDOGS

B: L.Birch 18, L.Spark 11, N.Callinan 10
HB: H.Scott 22, B.Toogood 28, B.Lochland 1
C: E.Blackburn 2
HF: J.Bruton 35, K.Brennan 3, M.Conti 8
F: D.Berry 7, I.Huntington 9, N.Ferres 16
Foll: A.O’Connor 4, E.Kearney 5, K.Lamb 27
I/C: T.Ernst 19, K.Rennie 24, A.Utri 23, A.Gogos 36, B.Hunt 21, E.Mackie 25, H.Wildes 17

In: K.Rennie, B.Hunt, H.Wildes
Out: D.Bannister (knee)

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18 thoughts on “AFLW Teams – Rd2”

  1. SalamanderCoach scores will be up later tonight (I could do it now, but I want to make sure the data is final, plus I haven’t had dinner yet).

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  2. GWS 1.3.9 def by Carlton 3.12.30

    Courtney Gum (GWS) 131
    Jessica Dal Pos (GWS) 125
    Brianna Davey (CARL) 121
    Sarah Hosking (CARL) 120
    Shae Audley (CARL) 112
    Alison Downie (CARL) 111
    Amanda Farrugia (GWS) 108
    Jess Hosking (CARL) 105
    Alicia Eva (GWS) 95
    Erin McKinnon (GWS) 86
    Tayla Harris (CARL) 80
    Darcy Vescio (CARL) 79
    Jacinda Barclay (GWS) 77
    Katie Loynes (CARL) 69
    Nicola Stevens (CARL) 67
    Emma Swanson (GWS) 65
    Georgia Gee (CARL) 64
    Phoebe McWilliams (GWS) 64
    Lauren Brazzale (CARL) 61
    Phoebe Monahan (GWS) 59
    Elle Bennetts (GWS) 57
    Nicola Barr (GWS) 56
    Tilly Lucas-Rodd (CARL) 56
    Ellie Brush (GWS) 53
    Madeleine Boyd (GWS) 51
    Danielle Hardiman (CARL) 50
    Renee Tomkins (GWS) 47
    Rebecca Beeson (GWS) 46
    Sophie Li (CARL) 44
    Maddison Gay (CARL) 44
    Gabriella Pound (CARL) 42
    Tanya Hetherington (GWS) 39
    Britt Tully (GWS) 38
    Breann Moody (CARL) 38
    Kerryn Harrington (CARL) 36
    Renee Forth (GWS) 30
    Reni Hicks (CARL) 29
    Pepa Randall (GWS) 24
    Sarah Last (CARL) 21
    Aimee Schmidt (GWS) 18
    Kate Shierlaw (CARL) 8
    Cora Staunton (GWS) 4

    Sorry for the delay in getting these up.

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  3. It’s official: I should have played Gum instead of Li at M8. On the bright side, it’s good to see that Dal Pos is back to her best, and my draftee Georgia Gee put in a much better performance this week.

    On a more sombre note, let’s hope that Davey’s 121 is not her last for this season. I saw the game, and her injury looked pretty bad. Harris also copped an injury in the dying moments of the game; it’s not yet clear how serious it was. She was visibly in pain during the team song, so that’s not a great sign. Fingers crossed.

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  4. Melbourne 8.8.56 def Adelaide 4.0.24

    Tegan Cunningham (MELB) 142
    Kate Hore (MELB) 130
    Karen Paxman (MELB) 124
    Daisy Pearce (MELB) 120
    Lily Mithen (MELB) 118
    Ebony Marinoff (ADEL) 116
    Melissa Hickey (MELB) 108
    Chelsea Randall (ADEL) 99
    Elise O’Dea (MELB) 98
    Ashleigh Guest (MELB) 95
    Bianca Jakobsson (MELB) 93
    Dayna Cox (ADEL) 88
    Shelley Scott (MELB) 88
    Richelle Cranston (MELB) 84
    Justine Mules (ADEL) 83
    Rhiannon Metcalfe (ADEL) 78
    Lauren Pearce (MELB) 67
    Stevie-Lee Thompson (ADEL) 65
    Jasmyn Hewett (ADEL) 65
    Emma Humphries (MELB) 62
    Meg Downie (MELB) 62
    Jenna McCormick (ADEL) 62
    Sally Riley (ADEL) 61
    Eloise Jones (ADEL) 60
    Ruth Wallace (ADEL) 55
    Erin Hoare (MELB) 55
    Sarah Allan (ADEL) 54
    Aliesha Newman (MELB) 54
    Angela Foley (ADEL) 39
    Rheanne Lugg (ADEL) 39
    Georgia Bevan (ADEL) 38
    Catherine Phillips (MELB) 38
    Katherine Smith (MELB) 38
    Deni Varnhagen (ADEL) 33
    Alyssa Mifsud (MELB) 31
    Jessica Allan (ADEL) 31
    Laura Duryea (MELB) 28
    Jessica Sedunary (ADEL) 27
    Abbey Holmes (ADEL) 27
    Brooke Patterson (MELB) 26
    Sarah Perkins (ADEL) 20
    Talia Radan (ADEL) 13

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    1. Big scores as usual from a lot of the usual suspects in Daisy Pearce, Paxman et. al., but even bigger scores from draftees Cunningham and Hore. Congratulations to those who started with them.

      Meanwhile, Erin Hoare’s output was more subdued this week, as she had to share more of the ruck duties with Lauren Pearce.

      Sarah Perkins’ 2017 average of 91 has collapsed to just 22 in 2018. She’s in my team, so fingers crossed that her teammates can find a way to start getting the ball to her.

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  5. Fremantle 6.4.40 def Collingwood 4.3.27

    Dana Hooker (FRE) 163
    Melissa Caulfield (FRE) 133
    Kara Donnellan (FRE) 118
    Chloe Molloy (COLL) 118
    Jess Duffin (COLL) 112
    Stephanie Chiocci (COLL) 110
    Lara Filocamo (FRE) 101
    Christina Bernardi (COLL) 100
    Amelia Barden (COLL) 97
    Melissa Kuys (COLL) 93
    Lisa Webb (FRE) 92
    Lauren Tesoriero (COLL) 88
    Hayley Miller (FRE) 86
    Jaimee Lambert (COLL) 82
    Stephanie Cain (FRE) 81
    Ashlee Atkins (FRE) 80
    Ebony Antonio (FRE) 72
    Jasmine Garner (COLL) 69
    Caitlyn Edwards (COLL) 62
    Cecilia McIntosh (COLL) 62
    Emma King (COLL) 62
    Iilish Ross (COLL) 62
    Gabby O’Sullivan (FRE) 61
    Stacey Barr (FRE) 59
    Sophie Casey (COLL) 57
    Alicia Janz (FRE) 55
    Evangeline Gooch (FRE) 53
    Bree White (COLL) 51
    Jodie White (FRE) 51
    Emma Grant (COLL) 50
    Stacey Livingstone (COLL) 50
    Belinda Smith (FRE) 42
    Cassie Davidson (FRE) 41
    Leah Mascall (FRE) 39
    Ashley Sharp (FRE) 37
    Eliza Hynes (COLL) 37
    Brittany Bonnici (COLL) 35
    Gemma Houghton (FRE) 31
    Amy Lavell (FRE) 30
    Tara Morgan (COLL) 29
    Alex Williams (FRE) 28
    Holly Whitford (COLL) 23

    Injuries 

    Fremantle: Nil
    Collingwood: Stacey Livingstone (shoulder), Sophie Casey (concussion)

    Reports: Nil

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    1. A much better score from Ross this week, but needless to say I’m now even more annoyed that I didn’t start Molloy – first a 96 on debut, now a 118! This girl can play.

      Both teams fielded multiple rucks today, and this is reflected in King and Janz’s relatively poor scores.

      The results were mixed for the rest of La Salamandre’s Fremantle contingent; Kara Donnellan was back to her best after a disappointing opening round, but Ebony Antonio is still yet to recapture her form of 2017.

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  6. Phillips not playing, Davey gone with knee reco……….the Womens Fantasy Game is already as frustrating as SC. We all in the same boat there?

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    1. You should try having Perkins in your team 😛

      As to my game being already being as frustrating as SuperCoach, I’ll take that as a compliment 😉

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  7. Week 1 scored 1786 with a doughnut from Phillips happy with that.

    So far this week 1018 from 12 played add 2 doughnuts from Phillips and Hicks looks fine then you find out Davey gone for the year.

    This game is so frustrating

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  8. Combined score of all teams in round 1: 242
    Combined score of all teams in round 2: 243

    Well AFL, I hope you’re proud of yourself. In the name of making the game higher-scoring, you and your stupid memo have managed to compromise the integrity of the game, insult not only the players but women and girls everywhere, and generally make a fool of yourself… and you didn’t even manage to increase the scoring. Well done.

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  9. Brisbane 3.6.24 def by Western Bulldogs 5.3.33

    Alexandra Anderson (BL) 137
    Emma Kearney (WB) 136
    Jenna Bruton (WB) 103
    Angelica Gogos (WB) 102
    Emily Bates (BL) 100
    Tahlia Randall (BL) 96
    Ellie Blackburn (WB) 95
    Kate Lutkins (BL) 93
    Breanna Koenen (BL) 89
    Isabel Huntington (WB) 87
    Kirsty Lamb (WB) 85
    Aasta O’Connor (WB) 78
    Lauren Spark (WB) 78
    Bonnie Toogood (WB) 73
    Sharni Webb (BL) 73
    Hannah Scott (WB) 70
    Katie Brennan (WB) 68
    Brooke Lochland (WB) 67
    Emma Zielke (BL) 65
    Brittany Gibson (BL) 65
    Jess Wuetschner (BL) 63
    Jamie Stanton (BL) 62
    Kate McCarthy (BL) 57
    Monique Conti (WB) 55
    Tiarna Ernst (WB) 55
    Nicole Hildebrand (BL) 48
    Aisling Utri (WB) 45
    Nat Exon (BL) 44
    Nicole Callinan (WB) 42
    Sabrina Frederick-Traub (BL) 42
    Arianna Clarke (BL) 42
    Jordan Zanchetta (BL) 41
    Shannon Campbell (BL) 38
    Deanna Berry (WB) 38
    Leah Kaslar (BL) 34
    Sophie Conway (BL) 28
    Naomi Ferres (WB) 28
    Kaitlyn Ashmore (BL) 24
    Bailey Hunt (WB) 23
    Libby Birch (WB) 22
    Gabby Collingwood (BL) 10
    Hayley Wildes (WB) 6

    Injuries
    Brisbane: Nil
    Western Bulldogs: Huntington (knee)

    Reports: Nil

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    1. Huntington’s 87 came from just 37 (!) percent time on ground. Let’s all hope her knee injury isn’t as bad as it looks.

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  10. Keep an eye out for the first update on the overall leaderboard sometime in the next week. I can’t make any promises as to an exact day, but I will try to get it done sooner rather than later.

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