Rate My Team

Written by Motts on March 5 2010

tappy’s team

Defenders: Goddard, Hodge, Gilbee, Macdonald, Kennelly, Hunt, Ladson
Em: Waters, Davis

Midfield: J Selwood, Mitchell, Harvey, Cooney, McVeigh, Martin
Em: Banner, Shuey

Ruck: Kreuzer, Hille
Em: Warnock, Lobbe

Forward: Riewoldt, Pavlich, Franklin, Tippett, Ziebell, Williams, Ballantyne
Em: Rockcliff, Gumbleton (or dennis-lane)

$2,300 in the bank

I like it, tap. I like it a lot. Very similar to my own team in fact. Lot of captaincy options, good number of DPP’s, all the right rookies (Gumbelton aside) and a few cash cows. I give it an 8.5.

Defenders – Almost every single one of these blokes has either spent time in my backline in previous revisions of this year’s team or are in now. You’ve got a healthy number of Defender/Midfielders (Goddard, Hodge, Gilbee and Ladson) but I notice you haven’t got any D/M’s in your midfield meaning (and I think I’m interpreting the new rule correctly) that you can’t take advantage of the new flexibility by swapping blokes between the 2 positions. A couple of others you may want to consider for your midfield are James Kelly and his 89.20 average and/or Jason Gram. Ladson hasn’t really performed to expectation so far this year. I’m in 2 minds at the moment: keep him or sub him out for Levi Greenwood. Waters only had a 27 last week but at least he will get played if, and its still a big if, he can stay healthy. With the Crows dropping like flies at the moment Davis should get plenty of opportunities.

Midfielders – Again, I’ve considered strongly almost all these blokes this year. No issues here at all other than the D/M thing I just mentioned but I notice with Boomer in the middle and Pav/Jay-Z in your forward line you’re taking advantage of M/F DPP switches.

Rucks – The weakest link in your team. Personally, I’m not convinced about Hille’s knee yet. Still consider him to be a risk. If Kreuzer goes forward this year as he’s expected to he should score pretty well. With Tippett in your forward line you may want to consider Petrie in the ruck for R/F DPP reasons. Up until this morning we had the same bench. I traded Lobbe out for Jordan Roughead because I really don’t like the Power and if presented with a decent alternative I’ll take it every time but either should do well as a cash cow.

Forwards – We have virtually the same forward line. I swapped Williams out for Big Bad Barry a couple of weeks ago and in my 2nd bench position I have Podsiadly. Gumby hasn’t convinced me he’s totally out of the injury woods yet and TDL didn’t get played last week after only scoring 17 against the Blues in NAB1. I think you can do better than both these blokes.

Footnote: If anyone knows if I’m not interpreting the new DPP rule correctly please let me know. The rule states: “By popular request, we’ve updated SuperCoach in 2010 to allow for more flexibility. If, for example, you have a Forward who was selectable as a Defender AND a Defender originally also available as a Forward, you may now SUBSTITUTE the two between positions, without costing you a trade.” So by my understanding you have to have two D/F’s in your team, one at each position to take advantage of this new flexibility.

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  1. Also like the fact there’s no Collingwood players in it. Hate them even more than I hate Port (although it is bloody close).

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  2. thanks motts nice job. this whole swaping positions thing seems a bit useless to me. and i think will only need to be used later in the year when you have dounuts left, right and centre on your team. i don’t think i’ll be using it very much and most of the players i put it based on coz i wanted them in rather then they can play two positions. still have an eye on Waite, Malceski, Greenwood and Drum. i feel this year having a emergency backman who is most likely to play week in will help if someone like a ladson or hunt is struggling rather then a rookie. anyway thanks again!

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    1. Fair point about the DPPs, mate. I like Waite too. And Murphy. Both are getting their first runs for the year this weekend over in WA. Will be looking at the reports on that match VERY carefully.

      Malceski has played his way into my side and I think you’re right about Drum too. Will be an interesting one to watch – the kid never lived up to his potential over in Freo.

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    2. Couldn’t agree more on the DPP thingo. If you need to use it (the flexibility on offer) early in the season, you’re an idiot or have had extremely bad luck. Don’t let it distract you from picking your absolute best side and worry about DPPs later in the season when you know how you’re traveling, where your weaknesses are and what DPPs are performing well/poorly.

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      1. Not sure I agree. Thinking about it now can save you trades later. If it comes down to a decision between Boomer and say Cooney, I’d say take Boomer now because he’ll play in 2 positions for you later.
        I’ve mentioned this before but I also think that given rucks’ propensities to get injured more easily than other positions that Petrie and Tippett should be locks in your Ruck/Forward line.

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  3. my team.

    GODDARD, H. SHAW, S.FISHER, L. HODGE, L. GILBEE, R. LADSON, L. GREENWOOD EMG: SILVAGNI, HAMS

    G. ABLETT, J. SELWOOD, B. GIBBS, A. COONEY, D. KERR, D. MARTIN
    EMG: M. BARLOW, M. BANNER

    N. NATANUI, D. HILLE
    EMG: J. ROUGHHEAD, J. TRENGOVE

    M. PAVLICH, S. HIGGINS, J. ROUGHHEAD, C. RIOLI, P. DANGERFIELD, P. MEDHURST, T. ROCKLIFF
    EMG: TDL, PODSIADLY

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  4. Having only recently stumbled upon this site, I’ve since found myself (im)patiently awaiting the latest post. The constructive critiquing of teams submitted for rating has offered a lot of food for thought, and helped shape the current nucleus of my team.

    If I had submitted my team every day over the past month or so, it would look quite different each day, and is likely to change significantly before the first ball is bounced to mark the season opening.

    The constant tinkering has left me wondering if I have actually improved the team, or if I have made some terrible decisions. As such, I’d love your thoughts:

    Defenders: Gilbert, Hodge, H. O’Brien, Kennelly, Malceski, Ladson, Greenwood
    Emg: Maguire, P. Davis

    Mids: Swan, Mitchell, Harvey, Higgins, Masten, Cotchin
    Emg: Trengrove, Moles

    Rucks: M. Clark, Warnock
    Emg: Bellchambers, Skipper

    Forwards: J. Brown, Franklin, LeCras, Tippett, T. Cloke, J. Kennedy, Medhurst
    Emg: Rusling, G. Rohan

    Risks: I have taken quite a few deliberate risks during selection, which could either make me look very foolish, or pay dividends nicely. Malceski, Ladson, Cotchin, Warnock and Rusling have all had their injury woes, but given their respective quality, would not be found at the bargain prices had they not. If each remain fit, it’s hard to see their stock not rising rapidly.

    Weakness: The ruck department is definitely one area I have skimped on. Having said that, I’m fairly confident that each player will get game time throughout the season .

    One area a team can be made or broken is with the emergencies. I have followed, with close interest, the impressive crop of young midfielders currently making names for themselves in the NAB cup/challenge matches. Any one of 4 or 5 first year players could easily slot into their respective teams come round one, and this is one area I have not completely settled on.

    As a pies supporter (yes, I do realize your criticism may no longer be constructive) I believe Harry O’Brien is set for a fantastic year. At very least, his price will stay steady, barring injury. I’m not completely set on Travis Cloke as yet, but he’s fit, has a point to prove and has put some distance between himself and some off field dramas which would adversely affect anybody’s psyche. His goal kicking lets him down, so it’s a good thing that this is not the only area points can be scored. One of the best contested marks in the league should increase his average this year, I hope.

    This leaves $64,300 in the bank. Where should I be spending this?

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    1. Hey Rusty, glad you’re enjoying the site, champ. I’m travelling this weekend so won’t be critiquing it before next week but I appreciate the thought that has gone into this post so you’re next up. Will try not to let any anti-Pies sentiment cloud my judgement.

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  5. My understanding of dpp’s is that, whilst you need a dpp in each position to be able substistute them, they may be more useful than your first impression. ie

    Ruck- Sandilands, Clark, Warnock, Lobbe

    Forwards- Roo, Pav, Harvs, Tippet, Hall, Giansiracusa, Rockcliffe, Peterson, Pods.

    Now lets say Clark gets injured and is expected to be out for two to three weeks. Usually you would just sit him out and hope warnock/lobbe is playing the next week so you don’t cop too much of a points loss or, gods forbid, make a trade.

    With the new dpp rule you can switch Lobbe (R/D) with Tippett (D/R), have Tippett play onfield in the ruck and sit Clark on the ruck bench. With Lobbe now in your forward line have the option of whether you would prefer to play Lobbe, Peterson or Pods onfield (likely whoevers playing that week). So now instead of just having warnock or lobbe to fill the void you also have Peterson and Pods.

    Simply it gives you more options as to which reserve you want to replace the injured player with (especially useful near the start of season when a lot of afl teams are still getting their rookies sorted) and saves a trade when, with Clark only being injured for 2-3 weeks, you don’t really want to make one.

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  6. Nice work everyone commenting, this really is turning into a very beneficial site for all things Super Coach related!!!

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  7. Hey can someone please rate my team:) i’ve made the transition from rugby to afl and i need some help.

    Backline:
    1. Goddard, B
    2. Enright, C
    3. Shaw, R
    4. Hodge, L
    5. Macdonald, J
    6. Farmer, M
    7. Waters, B

    Em:23. Maguire, M
    Em:24. Trengove, J

    Middle:
    8. Ablett, G
    9. Dal Santo, N
    10. Gibbs, B
    11. Scully, T
    12. Connors, D
    13. Martin, D

    Em:25. Barlow, M
    Em:26. Shuey, L

    Ruck:

    14. Clark, M
    15. Naitanui, N

    Em: 27. Warnock, R
    Em: 28. Skipper, W

    Forwardline:

    16. Goodes, A
    17. Riewoldt, N
    18. O’Keefe, R
    19. Pavlich, M
    20. Gray, R
    21. Rohan, G
    22. Rockliff, T

    Em:29. Dennis-Lane,
    Em:30. Podsiadly, J

    Any tips would be helpful,

    cheers

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    1. Its a ripper, Mitch. There’s not a lot of in-between players – for the most part they’re either superstars or rookies. You’re taking a risk with the amount of rookies you have onfield but its one worth taking. Could be a real handful for competitors. If I was going to give one piece of advice I’d say downgrade Shaw for Hunt, Malceski or Ladson and upgrade one of your forward rookies.

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  8. Hey can someone please rate my team, i’m looking to take out my comp and there is quite alot on the line so anyone’s imput would be appriciated

    cheers:)

    1. Goddard, BPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $613,600
    2. Enright, CPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $519,100
    3. Hodge, LPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $485,600
    4. Macdonald, JPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $421,300
    5. Kennelly, TPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $320,700
    6. Hunt, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $252,300
    7. Thursfield, WPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $222,300
    23. Maguire, MPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $114,000
    24. Davis, PPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $100,200

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    d 8. Murphy, MPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $599,500
    9. Selwood, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $588,900
    10. Vince, BPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $519,600
    11. Armitage, DPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $413,600
    12. Trengove, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $174,200
    13. Martin, DPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $169,200
    25. Barlow, MPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $111,400
    26. Shuey, LPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $100,200

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    s 14. Petrie, DPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $484,800
    15. Naitanui, NPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $304,900
    27. Warnock, RPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $132,200
    28. Lobbe, MPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $100,200

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    s 16. Goodes, APts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $607,200
    17. O’Keefe, RPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $576,300
    18. Gray, RPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $449,600
    19. Tippett, KPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $425,900
    20. Dangerfield, PPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $332,700
    21. Ziebell, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $320,800
    22. Mayne, CPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $274,500
    29. Rockliff, TPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $109,200
    30. Gumbleton, S

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  9. Can you please rate my team, I am not sure if I should keep Medhurst or take Dangerfield??? Any tips?

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    1. Goddard, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $613,600

    2. Hodge, L
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $485,600

    3. Mackie, A
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $421,400

    4. Kennelly, T
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $320,700

    5. Brown, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $291,900

    6. Suckling, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $208,200

    7. Waters, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $151,100

    subs

    23. Maguire, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $114,000

    24. Nason, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $94,200

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    8. Ablett, G
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $744,200

    9. O’Keefe, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $576,300

    10. Cooney, A
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $484,100

    11. Higgins, S
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $472,700

    12. Connors, D
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $177,900

    13. Martin, D
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $169,200

    subs

    25. Barlow, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $111,400

    26. Banner, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $100,200

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    14. Sandilands, A
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $538,600

    15. Naitanui, N
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $304,900

    subs

    27. Pyke, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $202,500

    28. Warnock, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $132,200

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    16. Riewoldt, N
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $600,500
    V.capt

    17. Brown, J
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $525,400

    18. Gray, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $449,600

    19. Tippett, K
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $425,900

    20. Betts, E
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $399,100

    21. Hall, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $366,000

    22. Medhurst, P
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $320,400

    subs

    29. Rockliff, T
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $109,200

    30. Roberts, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $83,400

    Help me I need to beat my mates!!!

    Lisa

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Rate My Team

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tappy’s team

Defenders: Goddard, Hodge, Gilbee, Macdonald, Kennelly, Hunt, Ladson
Em: Waters, Davis

Midfield: J Selwood, Mitchell, Harvey, Cooney, McVeigh, Martin
Em: Banner, Shuey

Ruck: Kreuzer, Hille
Em: Warnock, Lobbe

Forward: Riewoldt, Pavlich, Franklin, Tippett, Ziebell, Williams, Ballantyne
Em: Rockcliff, Gumbleton (or dennis-lane)

$2,300 in the bank

I like it, tap. I like it a lot. Very similar to my own team in fact. Lot of captaincy options, good number of DPP’s, all the right rookies (Gumbelton aside) and a few cash cows. I give it an 8.5.

Defenders – Almost every single one of these blokes has either spent time in my backline in previous revisions of this year’s team or are in now. You’ve got a healthy number of Defender/Midfielders (Goddard, Hodge, Gilbee and Ladson) but I notice you haven’t got any D/M’s in your midfield meaning (and I think I’m interpreting the new rule correctly) that you can’t take advantage of the new flexibility by swapping blokes between the 2 positions. A couple of others you may want to consider for your midfield are James Kelly and his 89.20 average and/or Jason Gram. Ladson hasn’t really performed to expectation so far this year. I’m in 2 minds at the moment: keep him or sub him out for Levi Greenwood. Waters only had a 27 last week but at least he will get played if, and its still a big if, he can stay healthy. With the Crows dropping like flies at the moment Davis should get plenty of opportunities.

Midfielders – Again, I’ve considered strongly almost all these blokes this year. No issues here at all other than the D/M thing I just mentioned but I notice with Boomer in the middle and Pav/Jay-Z in your forward line you’re taking advantage of M/F DPP switches.

Rucks – The weakest link in your team. Personally, I’m not convinced about Hille’s knee yet. Still consider him to be a risk. If Kreuzer goes forward this year as he’s expected to he should score pretty well. With Tippett in your forward line you may want to consider Petrie in the ruck for R/F DPP reasons. Up until this morning we had the same bench. I traded Lobbe out for Jordan Roughead because I really don’t like the Power and if presented with a decent alternative I’ll take it every time but either should do well as a cash cow.

Forwards – We have virtually the same forward line. I swapped Williams out for Big Bad Barry a couple of weeks ago and in my 2nd bench position I have Podsiadly. Gumby hasn’t convinced me he’s totally out of the injury woods yet and TDL didn’t get played last week after only scoring 17 against the Blues in NAB1. I think you can do better than both these blokes.

Footnote: If anyone knows if I’m not interpreting the new DPP rule correctly please let me know. The rule states: “By popular request, we’ve updated SuperCoach in 2010 to allow for more flexibility. If, for example, you have a Forward who was selectable as a Defender AND a Defender originally also available as a Forward, you may now SUBSTITUTE the two between positions, without costing you a trade.” So by my understanding you have to have two D/F’s in your team, one at each position to take advantage of this new flexibility.

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  1. Also like the fact there’s no Collingwood players in it. Hate them even more than I hate Port (although it is bloody close).

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  2. thanks motts nice job. this whole swaping positions thing seems a bit useless to me. and i think will only need to be used later in the year when you have dounuts left, right and centre on your team. i don’t think i’ll be using it very much and most of the players i put it based on coz i wanted them in rather then they can play two positions. still have an eye on Waite, Malceski, Greenwood and Drum. i feel this year having a emergency backman who is most likely to play week in will help if someone like a ladson or hunt is struggling rather then a rookie. anyway thanks again!

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  3. my team.

    GODDARD, H. SHAW, S.FISHER, L. HODGE, L. GILBEE, R. LADSON, L. GREENWOOD EMG: SILVAGNI, HAMS

    G. ABLETT, J. SELWOOD, B. GIBBS, A. COONEY, D. KERR, D. MARTIN
    EMG: M. BARLOW, M. BANNER

    N. NATANUI, D. HILLE
    EMG: J. ROUGHHEAD, J. TRENGOVE

    M. PAVLICH, S. HIGGINS, J. ROUGHHEAD, C. RIOLI, P. DANGERFIELD, P. MEDHURST, T. ROCKLIFF
    EMG: TDL, PODSIADLY

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  4. Having only recently stumbled upon this site, I’ve since found myself (im)patiently awaiting the latest post. The constructive critiquing of teams submitted for rating has offered a lot of food for thought, and helped shape the current nucleus of my team.

    If I had submitted my team every day over the past month or so, it would look quite different each day, and is likely to change significantly before the first ball is bounced to mark the season opening.

    The constant tinkering has left me wondering if I have actually improved the team, or if I have made some terrible decisions. As such, I’d love your thoughts:

    Defenders: Gilbert, Hodge, H. O’Brien, Kennelly, Malceski, Ladson, Greenwood
    Emg: Maguire, P. Davis

    Mids: Swan, Mitchell, Harvey, Higgins, Masten, Cotchin
    Emg: Trengrove, Moles

    Rucks: M. Clark, Warnock
    Emg: Bellchambers, Skipper

    Forwards: J. Brown, Franklin, LeCras, Tippett, T. Cloke, J. Kennedy, Medhurst
    Emg: Rusling, G. Rohan

    Risks: I have taken quite a few deliberate risks during selection, which could either make me look very foolish, or pay dividends nicely. Malceski, Ladson, Cotchin, Warnock and Rusling have all had their injury woes, but given their respective quality, would not be found at the bargain prices had they not. If each remain fit, it’s hard to see their stock not rising rapidly.

    Weakness: The ruck department is definitely one area I have skimped on. Having said that, I’m fairly confident that each player will get game time throughout the season .

    One area a team can be made or broken is with the emergencies. I have followed, with close interest, the impressive crop of young midfielders currently making names for themselves in the NAB cup/challenge matches. Any one of 4 or 5 first year players could easily slot into their respective teams come round one, and this is one area I have not completely settled on.

    As a pies supporter (yes, I do realize your criticism may no longer be constructive) I believe Harry O’Brien is set for a fantastic year. At very least, his price will stay steady, barring injury. I’m not completely set on Travis Cloke as yet, but he’s fit, has a point to prove and has put some distance between himself and some off field dramas which would adversely affect anybody’s psyche. His goal kicking lets him down, so it’s a good thing that this is not the only area points can be scored. One of the best contested marks in the league should increase his average this year, I hope.

    This leaves $64,300 in the bank. Where should I be spending this?

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  5. My understanding of dpp’s is that, whilst you need a dpp in each position to be able substistute them, they may be more useful than your first impression. ie

    Ruck- Sandilands, Clark, Warnock, Lobbe

    Forwards- Roo, Pav, Harvs, Tippet, Hall, Giansiracusa, Rockcliffe, Peterson, Pods.

    Now lets say Clark gets injured and is expected to be out for two to three weeks. Usually you would just sit him out and hope warnock/lobbe is playing the next week so you don’t cop too much of a points loss or, gods forbid, make a trade.

    With the new dpp rule you can switch Lobbe (R/D) with Tippett (D/R), have Tippett play onfield in the ruck and sit Clark on the ruck bench. With Lobbe now in your forward line have the option of whether you would prefer to play Lobbe, Peterson or Pods onfield (likely whoevers playing that week). So now instead of just having warnock or lobbe to fill the void you also have Peterson and Pods.

    Simply it gives you more options as to which reserve you want to replace the injured player with (especially useful near the start of season when a lot of afl teams are still getting their rookies sorted) and saves a trade when, with Clark only being injured for 2-3 weeks, you don’t really want to make one.

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  6. Nice work everyone commenting, this really is turning into a very beneficial site for all things Super Coach related!!!

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  7. Hey can someone please rate my team:) i’ve made the transition from rugby to afl and i need some help.

    Backline:
    1. Goddard, B
    2. Enright, C
    3. Shaw, R
    4. Hodge, L
    5. Macdonald, J
    6. Farmer, M
    7. Waters, B

    Em:23. Maguire, M
    Em:24. Trengove, J

    Middle:
    8. Ablett, G
    9. Dal Santo, N
    10. Gibbs, B
    11. Scully, T
    12. Connors, D
    13. Martin, D

    Em:25. Barlow, M
    Em:26. Shuey, L

    Ruck:

    14. Clark, M
    15. Naitanui, N

    Em: 27. Warnock, R
    Em: 28. Skipper, W

    Forwardline:

    16. Goodes, A
    17. Riewoldt, N
    18. O’Keefe, R
    19. Pavlich, M
    20. Gray, R
    21. Rohan, G
    22. Rockliff, T

    Em:29. Dennis-Lane,
    Em:30. Podsiadly, J

    Any tips would be helpful,

    cheers

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  8. Hey can someone please rate my team, i’m looking to take out my comp and there is quite alot on the line so anyone’s imput would be appriciated

    cheers:)

    1. Goddard, BPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $613,600
    2. Enright, CPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $519,100
    3. Hodge, LPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $485,600
    4. Macdonald, JPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $421,300
    5. Kennelly, TPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $320,700
    6. Hunt, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $252,300
    7. Thursfield, WPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $222,300
    23. Maguire, MPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $114,000
    24. Davis, PPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $100,200

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    d 8. Murphy, MPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $599,500
    9. Selwood, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $588,900
    10. Vince, BPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $519,600
    11. Armitage, DPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $413,600
    12. Trengove, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $174,200
    13. Martin, DPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $169,200
    25. Barlow, MPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $111,400
    26. Shuey, LPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $100,200

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    s 14. Petrie, DPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $484,800
    15. Naitanui, NPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $304,900
    27. Warnock, RPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $132,200
    28. Lobbe, MPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $100,200

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    s 16. Goodes, APts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $607,200
    17. O’Keefe, RPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $576,300
    18. Gray, RPts: 0 Avg: 0
    $449,600
    19. Tippett, KPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $425,900
    20. Dangerfield, PPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $332,700
    21. Ziebell, JPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $320,800
    22. Mayne, CPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $274,500
    29. Rockliff, TPts: 0 Avg: N/A
    $109,200
    30. Gumbleton, S

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  9. Can you please rate my team, I am not sure if I should keep Medhurst or take Dangerfield??? Any tips?

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    1. Goddard, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $613,600

    2. Hodge, L
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $485,600

    3. Mackie, A
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $421,400

    4. Kennelly, T
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $320,700

    5. Brown, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $291,900

    6. Suckling, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $208,200

    7. Waters, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $151,100

    subs

    23. Maguire, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $114,000

    24. Nason, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $94,200

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    8. Ablett, G
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $744,200

    9. O’Keefe, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $576,300

    10. Cooney, A
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $484,100

    11. Higgins, S
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $472,700

    12. Connors, D
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $177,900

    13. Martin, D
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $169,200

    subs

    25. Barlow, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $111,400

    26. Banner, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $100,200

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    14. Sandilands, A
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $538,600

    15. Naitanui, N
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $304,900

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    27. Pyke, M
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $202,500

    28. Warnock, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $132,200

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    16. Riewoldt, N
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $600,500
    V.capt

    17. Brown, J
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $525,400

    18. Gray, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $449,600

    19. Tippett, K
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $425,900

    20. Betts, E
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $399,100

    21. Hall, B
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $366,000

    22. Medhurst, P
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $320,400

    subs

    29. Rockliff, T
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $109,200

    30. Roberts, R
    Pts: 0 Avg: N/A $83,400

    Help me I need to beat my mates!!!

    Lisa

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