How the Split Round Partial Lockout Works

Written by Motts on June 16 2010

Here are the rules verbatim from the Supercoach* website:

HOW WILL THE SPLIT ROUND PARTIAL LOCKOUT SYSTEM WORK?

– The competition will go into a ‘Partial Lockout’ mode at the start of the Hawthorn v Essendon game, at 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 18. Note that ALL FIVE matches of the first weekend will be locked out on Friday evening.

– Once in Partial Lockout mode, any players from the five matches of the first weekend of the split round who are in your team will be ‘locked in’ – you’ll no longer be able to substitute them, name Captains, Vice Captains or Emergencies, or trade them into or out of your team.

– You may continue to edit your team as usual with the remaining players and teams for the remaining three matches scheduled for the following weekend. The competition then goes into FULL LOCKOUT mode with ALL the teams/players locked in at the first of the three matches on the following weekend, at 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 25. NO further team editing is possible after that.

– If you have selected a Captain, Vice Captain and/or any Emergencies from your players involved in the first five matches of the split round, they can NO longer be de-selected or changed. If you did not, these options will remain available to you through to the full lockout on the following Friday evening. However these options will only be available for players from the REMAINING three matches, up until 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 25.

– Similarly, any remaining trades after the initial partial lockout on June 18 can only be used to trade players in the remaining three matches, up until 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 25.

*Note – SuperCoachTalk.com is in no way, shape or form affiliated with the Herald Sun or the AFL.

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  1. My comment is in no way shape or form affiliated with the Herald Sun also.

    As I said earlier in the week it still sux that I can’t trade J Brown or Maguire out next week as they won’t play at all this week.

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  2. Motts

    In future I suggest you highlight the disclaimer in a larger font, italicised, boldened and in red to further bring attention to the pathetic small mindedness of the HS and its legal boffins.

    *Note – I am in no way, shape or form affiliated with SuperCoachTalk.com

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        1. I think Jonesy hit the nail on the head in reply. Well, he got his points of difference – I counted 9/22 uniques conservatively. 2400+ on the w/e though???

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  3. So can I select a vice captain for this weekends games, if im not happy with his performance i can select a captain from the following weeks players?

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      1. So you can hedge your bets by de-selcting a captain? (Having no captain in part 1 of the split round) and put say…Hodgey as ur Vice-captain, and if he has a shocker you can then make GAJ or Goddard captain in the second part of the lockout?

        And if Hodgey has a big game u can take ur chances and not select a new captain for the second part of the lock-out?

        I thought the vice-captain only worked if your selceted captain didnt play tho? So it may be worth selecting a captain who will not play in either game just to make sure.

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        1. That’s right, you’ll need to select a captain no matter what, just make sure they play in the second week and if you’re going with your VC then you need to have them on field and be confident they won’t play.

          Be aware this will take up your emergency in the chosen line as well.

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  4. The another thing about the partial lockout this round people are overlooking is, in league mood oppoents can see each others line up and if their looking good/bad after game 5, they can then change their side around to secure a win or go for broke.

    *Note – PA is in no way, shape or form affiliated with the Herald Sun, SuperCoachTalk.com, Deano, HGL, Ice Man, 4s, Cam, Mike or the AFL.

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  5. Not really sure where else to put them!

    Essendon
    B: Dustin Fletcher, Cale Hooker, Henry Slattery
    HB: Heath Hocking, Tayte Pears, Mark McVeigh
    C: Jarrod Atkinson, Jobe Watson, Brent Stanton
    HF: Alwyn Davey, Scott Gumbleton, Leroy Jetta
    F: David Zaharakis, Michael Hurley, Sam Lonergan
    Foll: Patrick Ryder, Jason Winderlich, Jake Melksham
    I/C: Brent Prismall, Andrew Welsh, Nathan Lovett-Murray, Tom Bellchambers
    Emg: David Myers, Bachar Houli, Courtenay Dempsey

    In: Prismall, Atkinson, Hooker
    Out: Ricky Dyson , Courtenay Dempsey , David Myers

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  6. Hey Angry,

    Are you saying that your selected emergency who’s score counts in place of your captain will there for become the captain??? I assumed you got the emergencies score and kept double the vice captains score. But am slightly worried.

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How the Split Round Partial Lockout Works

Written by Motts on

Here are the rules verbatim from the Supercoach* website:

HOW WILL THE SPLIT ROUND PARTIAL LOCKOUT SYSTEM WORK?

– The competition will go into a ‘Partial Lockout’ mode at the start of the Hawthorn v Essendon game, at 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 18. Note that ALL FIVE matches of the first weekend will be locked out on Friday evening.

– Once in Partial Lockout mode, any players from the five matches of the first weekend of the split round who are in your team will be ‘locked in’ – you’ll no longer be able to substitute them, name Captains, Vice Captains or Emergencies, or trade them into or out of your team.

– You may continue to edit your team as usual with the remaining players and teams for the remaining three matches scheduled for the following weekend. The competition then goes into FULL LOCKOUT mode with ALL the teams/players locked in at the first of the three matches on the following weekend, at 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 25. NO further team editing is possible after that.

– If you have selected a Captain, Vice Captain and/or any Emergencies from your players involved in the first five matches of the split round, they can NO longer be de-selected or changed. If you did not, these options will remain available to you through to the full lockout on the following Friday evening. However these options will only be available for players from the REMAINING three matches, up until 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 25.

– Similarly, any remaining trades after the initial partial lockout on June 18 can only be used to trade players in the remaining three matches, up until 7:40pm AEST on Friday, June 25.

*Note – SuperCoachTalk.com is in no way, shape or form affiliated with the Herald Sun or the AFL.

Information taken from the Supercoach official site is done to best serve the people visiting SuperCoach Talk and by no means suggests there is any partnership or affiliation involved.

All references to AFL intellectual property are for editorial purposes ONLY.

The site is intended to be a fun and informative resource to consult when choosing your SuperCoach Team each week.

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18 thoughts on “How the Split Round Partial Lockout Works”

  1. My comment is in no way shape or form affiliated with the Herald Sun also.

    As I said earlier in the week it still sux that I can’t trade J Brown or Maguire out next week as they won’t play at all this week.

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  2. Motts

    In future I suggest you highlight the disclaimer in a larger font, italicised, boldened and in red to further bring attention to the pathetic small mindedness of the HS and its legal boffins.

    *Note – I am in no way, shape or form affiliated with SuperCoachTalk.com

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  3. So can I select a vice captain for this weekends games, if im not happy with his performance i can select a captain from the following weeks players?

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  4. The another thing about the partial lockout this round people are overlooking is, in league mood oppoents can see each others line up and if their looking good/bad after game 5, they can then change their side around to secure a win or go for broke.

    *Note – PA is in no way, shape or form affiliated with the Herald Sun, SuperCoachTalk.com, Deano, HGL, Ice Man, 4s, Cam, Mike or the AFL.

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  5. Not really sure where else to put them!

    Essendon
    B: Dustin Fletcher, Cale Hooker, Henry Slattery
    HB: Heath Hocking, Tayte Pears, Mark McVeigh
    C: Jarrod Atkinson, Jobe Watson, Brent Stanton
    HF: Alwyn Davey, Scott Gumbleton, Leroy Jetta
    F: David Zaharakis, Michael Hurley, Sam Lonergan
    Foll: Patrick Ryder, Jason Winderlich, Jake Melksham
    I/C: Brent Prismall, Andrew Welsh, Nathan Lovett-Murray, Tom Bellchambers
    Emg: David Myers, Bachar Houli, Courtenay Dempsey

    In: Prismall, Atkinson, Hooker
    Out: Ricky Dyson , Courtenay Dempsey , David Myers

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  6. Hey Angry,

    Are you saying that your selected emergency who’s score counts in place of your captain will there for become the captain??? I assumed you got the emergencies score and kept double the vice captains score. But am slightly worried.

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