Game Chat – Collingwood v Port Adelaide

Written by Father Dougal on September 21 2020

Where and when: 7:15 pm at The Gabba. Today

What it means for the Pies: Win they are 6th, lose they are 8th. So, nice. Not thrilling, but nice.

What it means for the Power: Win they are 1sth, lose they are 2nd. So, nice. Not thrilling, but nice.

Supercoach Watch:

Pies: Grundy Treloar, Pendles, Adams, Maynard, and so on

Power: Boak, Wines, others

Father Dougal’s Watch: Rockliff. Not for any real reason, just because I am curious and also there have to be a few people who brought him on for why the heck not?

Father Dougal’s Tip:  I have no idea….Well, some….I feel it could go either way, but having to make a prediction, I’m going with the Power by 3

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34 thoughts on “Game Chat – Collingwood v Port Adelaide”

  1. The last game for Supercoach for 2020! We have made it and completed the season.
    What a ride.
    Something that I hope we never have to experience again.

    All the best to the community. Take care and stay safe.

    Looking forward to a great game.

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  2. Who we want to win tonight

    TU: Power
    TD: Pies

    I personally would love to see a power win as the matches in week 1 with that result look incredible!

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  3. Everyone used to bag Mark Williams from Hawthorn doing the shotgun but everyone seems to get down on their knees for duursma doing the Bow and arrow. By the way don’t see an issue with either but why the two extremes. Go Yiorgi.

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  4. Nice first quarter from Duursma, sitting on 30 SC rn. Will need to find more of the ball though, probably doesn’t get a contested pack mark and a goal every quarter.

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    1. Think we need Duursma 120+.

      Boak and Powell-Pepper look likely for 250 tbh, Grant. Thinking Boak goes large with the game on the line. Goodluck.

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  5. 1/4 Time – Power by 2 points and I only need Noble to score me another 175 points to win my GF!

    COLL
    Taylor Adams 39
    Brody Mihocek 34
    Scott Pendlebury 33
    Adam Treloar 30
    Tyler Brown 30
    Brodie Grundy 28
    John Noble 27
    Mason Cox 26
    Josh Daicos 22
    Josh Thomas 22
    Jordan Roughead 22
    Jack Crisp 21
    Brayden Maynard 18
    Isaac Quaynor 17
    Jack Madgen 17
    Darcy Moore 13
    Jaidyn Stephenson 9
    Levi Greenwood 8
    Jordan De Goey 8
    Jamie Elliott 6
    Travis Varcoe 4
    W. Hoskin-Elliott 1

    PORT
    Dan Houston 40
    Scott Lycett 34
    Tom Rockliff 33
    Brad Ebert* 33
    Darcy Byrne-Jones 32
    Xavier Duursma 30
    Travis Boak 27
    Trent McKenzie 26
    Ollie Wines 24
    Tom Jonas 23
    Robbie Gray 20
    Sam Powell-Pepper 19
    Hamish Hartlett 18
    Boyd Woodcock 16
    Charlie Dixon 15
    Riley Bonner 14
    Jarrod Lienert 12
    Connor Rozee 12
    Karl Amon 9
    Todd Marshall 1
    Steven Motlop -2
    Peter Ladhams -5

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  6. Half Time – Port 5.3.33 to Coll 4.0.24

    PIES
    Taylor Adams 77
    Brodie Grundy 74
    Brody Mihocek 73
    Scott Pendlebury 63
    Adam Treloar 53
    Isaac Quaynor 51
    Darcy Moore 50
    Mason Cox 45
    Josh Daicos 43
    Jamie Elliott 42
    W. Hoskin-Elliott 42
    Tyler Brown 36
    Jack Madgen 34
    Josh Thomas 32
    Levi Greenwood 31
    Jordan Roughead 31
    John Noble 30
    Jack Crisp 27
    Jaidyn Stephenson 20
    Brayden Maynard 20
    Jordan De Goey 5
    Travis Varcoe 4

    PORT
    Dan Houston 76
    Darcy Byrne-Jones 72
    Brad Ebert* 67
    Ollie Wines 66
    Tom Rockliff 52
    Travis Boak 49
    Robbie Gray 46
    Charlie Dixon 46
    Xavier Duursma 44
    Scott Lycett 44
    Sam Powell-Pepper 38
    Trent McKenzie 33
    Steven Motlop 31
    Tom Jonas 20
    Karl Amon 20
    Riley Bonner 20
    Peter Ladhams 19
    Hamish Hartlett 18
    Jarrod Lienert 16
    Connor Rozee 14
    Boyd Woodcock 11
    Todd Marshall 5

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  7. And just like that pretty much all my grand finals are over for me barring a miracle. Grundy needs 34 points to knock me out in 2 gfs
    Grundy Crisp and Dixon need only 80 combined to knock me out of another
    Grundy and Houston need only 15 points to knock me out

    Tough pill to swallow with some shocking scores torching me in the GF! Alls well for next year friends can’t wait to go again!

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      1. I actually started with Gawn and grundy, kept them all year until Maxy went down and went Gawn to NN. Then when Gawn came back I traded in Grundy on his bye for Gawn. Cant say Ive been burnt at all this year with my ruck choices, think I made the right call couple of weeks ago going Grundy to Gawn rather than NN to Gawn as NN outscored Grundy last week by 38 and scored 122 this round.

        More upset with some average premo scores costing me the win (Lyons, Haynes, Cripps, Brayshaw)

        Still finished with 2400 but am gonna lose 4/5 grandfinals where a big score by any of those 4 could of been the difference between glory and heartbreak

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  8. 3/4 Time – Port by 18 points

    PIES
    Brodie Grundy 102
    Taylor Adams 98
    Scott Pendlebury 75
    Brody Mihocek 69
    Adam Treloar 68
    Isaac Quaynor 68
    Brayden Maynard 67
    Jamie Elliott 65
    Darcy Moore 65
    Josh Daicos 64
    Tyler Brown 60
    Jack Crisp 59
    W. Hoskin-Elliott 55
    Jack Madgen 54
    Levi Greenwood 51
    Jaidyn Stephenson 47
    Josh Thomas 44
    Mason Cox 42
    John Noble 41
    Jordan Roughead 37
    Travis Varcoe 32
    Jordan De Goey 27

    PORT
    Dan Houston 104
    Tom Rockliff 100
    Robbie Gray 90
    Brad Ebert* 79
    Darcy Byrne-Jones 75
    Travis Boak 72
    Ollie Wines 71
    Xavier Duursma 71
    Scott Lycett 70
    Charlie Dixon 69
    Trent McKenzie 65
    Sam Powell-Pepper 64
    Steven Motlop 56
    Connor Rozee 45
    Jarrod Lienert 36
    Riley Bonner 35
    Tom Jonas 29
    Karl Amon 26
    Peter Ladhams 26
    Hamish Hartlett 25
    Boyd Woodcock 10
    Todd Marshall 10

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  9. Full Time – Power by 16 points

    PIES
    Brodie Grundy 119
    Taylor Adams 116
    Scott Pendlebury 112
    Brayden Maynard 106
    Jack Crisp 89
    Isaac Quaynor 87
    Adam Treloar 85
    Josh Daicos 75
    Brody Mihocek 73
    Darcy Moore 73
    Tyler Brown 65
    Jack Madgen 65
    W. Hoskin-Elliott 61
    Mason Cox 59
    Jamie Elliott 58
    Josh Thomas 56
    John Noble 54
    Levi Greenwood 54
    Jaidyn Stephenson 47
    Jordan Roughead 44
    Jordan De Goey 39
    Travis Varcoe 31

    POWER
    Tom Rockliff 127
    Dan Houston 112
    Darcy Byrne-Jones 104
    Robbie Gray 101
    Travis Boak 97
    Xavier Duursma 93
    Brad Ebert* 90
    Ollie Wines 77
    Charlie Dixon 77
    Scott Lycett 71
    Steven Motlop 67
    Trent McKenzie 60
    Sam Powell-Pepper 59
    Karl Amon 52
    Connor Rozee 52
    Hamish Hartlett 47
    Jarrod Lienert 37
    Tom Jonas 35
    Todd Marshall 34
    Riley Bonner 32
    Peter Ladhams 29
    Boyd Woodcock 10

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  10. AFL 2020 FINALS FIXTURE – WEEK 1

    First Qualifying Final (1st v 4th): Port Adelaide v Geelong Cats at Adelaide Oval

    Second Qualifying Final (2nd v 3rd): Brisbane Lions v Richmond at the Gabba

    First Elimination Final (5th v 8th): West Coast Eagles v Collingwood at Optus Stadium

    Second Elimination Final (6th v 7th): St Kilda v Western Bulldogs at location TBC

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      1. The AFL are still negotiating with St Kilda about where their game is going to be played? All times have been put on hold.
        For accuracy I will remove the reference of times.

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