Who's Better?

Written by Motts on May 13 2010

This isn’t just about SC scores. Imagine you’re Kevin Sheedy at GWS and the AFL has allowed you to have one but not both. Which one would you pick?

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  1. Gazza’s a year younger and his style of play has been less bash and crash than the Juddster so i’d feel i’d get two more seasons out of Gazza. He’ll still be playing when he’s 32-33, possibly as a more permanent fwd.

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    1. Judd’s ability to shrug tackles is unparallelled and he deals with a tag better. He also has better leadership skills, more hair, and gets the hard ball better than GAJ.

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      1. GAJ has no significant injury lurking in his shadow (Judd-Shoulders). Playing more games by the end of his career is almost a certainty. I better shut up know before i jinx him into an injury. Also GAJ is not noted for being a dirty player and being suspended for it unlike someone else…

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        1. Hey hey hey!!! This poll isn’t about pressure points!!

          And I haven’t seen Judd miss a game because of his shoulders the whole time he has been with Carlton. GAJ has missed games regularly – the last only a week ago because of suspect hammies.

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          1. Fair enough. But how long do you back those shoulders for? 1 year, 2 years, 3 years..? I think it is a matter of when not if. But if we are to discuss on field merits only i reckon you could flip a coin and not come out wrong.

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  2. Little bit of extra information:

    Gary Ablett

    Age, height, weight: 26 (tomorrow) 182cm, 88kg

    Games, goals: 174, 231

    Best and fairests: B&F 2007-2009, 2nd in 2008, 3rd in 2005, 2006

    All-Australian: 2007-08-09

    AFL MVP: 2007-08-09

    Brownlow: 2009, 3rd in 2008

    Premierships: 2007-09

    Strengths: An ability to keep his feet and rarely get taken down in a tackle. Excellent stamina, good top range speed, tough over the ball and team orientated. Also kicks the team lifting goal and can take an overhead grab one-out.

    Weaknesses: Nothing obvious

    Chris Judd

    Age, height, weight: 26, 189cm, 87kg

    Games, goals: 182, 168

    Best and fairests: West Coast: 2004-06, Carlton 2008-09, 2nd in 2003-05, 3rd in 2002.

    All-Australian: 2004-06-08-09

    AFL MVP: 2006

    Brownlow: 2004, 2nd 2009, 3rd 2006

    Premierships: 2006

    Strengths: Like Ablett, virtually impossible to tackle. Non-stop running, prolific team-lifting possession, tough as, natural on-field leadership, Judd covers most bases.

    Weaknessess: Is he an elite kick or just a good one? I favour the latter. Not a great set shot for goal.

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    1. Judd isn’t a great overhead mark and he turned it over a fair bit against the pies so can we rely on his disposal under pressure?

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      1. HGL
        At the Eagles he used to go forward to break the tag ala GAJ now and took some excellent contested pack marks while averaging 105 goals per game. At the Blues they can’t afford to give him this role as it detracts too much from the midfield output.

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    1. Lauren Phillips had her covered…. how’d he let that one slip away!
      I can see another poll coming on!

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      1. funnily enough, I was thinking the same thing, but couldn’t remember her name -maybe she doesn’t want to live on the Gold Coast 8)

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  3. I picked GAJ in the vote, but you couldn’t go wrong with either.
    Given that the rest of your team is likely to be smaller bodies, you’d probably go Judd for the hard ball gets – He has proven himself in a non-superior midfield in recent years, whereas GAJ hasn’t had the ability to do so.

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  4. PODS IS OUT WITH GENERAL SORENESS!!!!! AND DYLAN ROBERTON IS OUT ASWELL!!! THERE GOES MY PLAN!!!

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          1. I have Brennan and Hall as well. I am gonna be patient with Brennan as i have Fyfe and Rockliff on the bench. As for Hall, it’s a hard call, will he get more of the ball, will he stand tall, will he return to NAB form after all?

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  5. CROWS
    B: Michael Doughty, Ben Rutten, Phil Davis
    HB: Nathan van Berlo, Nathan Bock, Simon Goodwin
    C: Myke Cook, Brent Reilly, Bernie Vince
    HF: Richard Douglas, Kurt Tippett, Tyson Edwards
    F: Jared Petrenko, Taylor Walker, Scott Stevens
    Foll: Ivan Maric, Scott Thompson, Andrew McLeod
    I/C: Patrick Dangerfield, Jason Porplyzia, Chris Schmidt, Matthew Jaensch
    Emg: Jonathon Griffin, Jack Gunston, Tony Armstrong

    In: Dangerfield, Walker
    Out: Graham Johncock (shoulder), Brett Burton

    NORTH MELBOURNE
    B: Michael Firrito, Scott Thompson, Brady Rawlings
    HB: Nathan Grima, Lachie Hansen, Daniel Pratt
    C: Jack Ziebell, Ben Cunnington, Ryan Bastinac
    HF: Aaron Edwards, Josh Smith, Brent Harvey
    F: Daniel Wells, David Hale, Lindsay Thomas
    R: Hamish McIntosh, Andrew Swallow, Levi Greenwood
    I/C: Scott McMahon, Todd Goldstein, Cruize Garlett, Sam Wright
    EMG: Nathan O’Keefe, Matt Campbell, Leigh Harding

    In: Pratt, Smith, Greenwood
    Out: Leigh Adams (hamstring), Liam Anthony (shoulder), Ben Warren

    Essendon
    B: Heath Hocking, Dustin Fletcher, Mark McVeigh
    HB: Brent Prismall, Cale Hooker, Nathan Lovett-Murray
    C: Jake Melksham, Jobe Watson, Sam Lonergan
    HF: Angus Monfries, Scott Gumbleton, David Zaharakis
    F: David Hille, Michael Hurley, Alwyn Davey
    Foll: Patrick Ryder, Brent Stanton, Jason Winderlich
    I/C (from): Mark Williams, Leroy Jetta, Travis Colyer, Courtenay Dempsey, David Myers, Jarrod Atkinson, Ben Howlett

    In: Williams, Jetta, Colyer, Myers
    Out: Henry Slattery (back)

    Collingwood
    B: Heath Shaw, Ben Reid, Ben Johnson
    HB: Harry O’Brien, Nick Maxwell, Alan Toovey
    C: Luke Ball, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
    HF: Shane O’Bree, Travis Cloke, Alan Didak
    F: Dayne Beams, John Anthony, Leon Davis
    Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Dale Thomas
    I/C: Nathan Brown, Chris Dawes, Brent Macaffer, Cameron Wood

    Emg: Tarkyn Lockyer, Simon Prestigiacomo, Jaxson Barham

    In: John Anthony
    Out: Paul Medhurst (foot strain)

    BULLDOGS
    B: Jarrod Harbrow, Brian Lake, Dale Morris
    HB: Ryan Hargrave, Tom Williams, Lindsay Gilbee
    C: Ryan Griffen, Matthew Boyd, Daniel Cross
    HF: Robert Murphy, Mitch Hahn, Shaun Higgins
    F: Jarrad Grant, Barry Hall, Josh Hill
    Foll: Ben Hudson, Adam Cooney, Daniel Giansiracusa
    I/C: Dylan Addison, Jason Akermanis, Will Minson, Brennan Stack
    Emg: Nathan Eagleton, Brodie Moles, Easton Wood

    In: Minson
    Out: Everitt (ankle)

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  6. Hawthorn changes
    In: Burgoyne, Franklin, Mitchell, Murphy, Savage, Skipper, Stokes
    Out: Bateman (suspended), Ladson (omitted), Morton (omitted), Shiels (omitted)

    FREO
    B: Garrick Ibbotson, Chris Tarrant, Ryan Crowley
    HB: Greg Broughton, Luke McPharlin, Roger Hayden
    C: Adam McPhee, David Mundy, Paul Hasleby
    HF: Michael Johnson, Matthew Pavlich, Stephen Hill
    F: Matthew de Boer, Chris Mayne, Hayden Ballantyne
    Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Michael Barlow, Paul Duffield
    I/C: Nathan Fyfe, Rhys Palmer, Anthony Morabito, Alex Silvagni
    Emg: Kepler Bradley, Nick Suban, Antoni Grover

    In: Garrick Ibbotson, Alex Silvagni
    Out: Kepler Bradley, Dylan Roberton (soreness)

    SYDNEY
    B: Rhyce Shaw, Ted Richards, Tadhg Kennelly
    HB: Martin Mattner, Heath Grundy, Nick Malceski
    C: Jarrad McVeigh, Brett Kirk, Nick Smith
    HF: Ryan O’Keefe, Adam Goodes, Josh Kennedy
    F: Jesse White, Daniel Bradshaw, Lewis Jetta
    Foll: Mike Pyke, Jude Bolton, Kieren Jack
    I/C: Daniel Hannebery, Henry Playfair, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Gary Rohan
    Emg: Paul Bevan, Matt O’Dwyer, Campbell Heath

    In: Henry Playfair, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Daniel Hannebery
    Out: Jarred Moore (ankle), Ed Barlow, Shane Mumford (suspended)

    DEES
    B: Jack Grimes, Matthew Warnock, Jared Rivers
    HB: Cameron Bruce, James Frawley, Colin Garland
    C: James McDonald, Jordie McKenzie, Aaron Davey
    HF: Jamie Bennell, Matthew Bate, Jack Watts
    F: Nathan Jones, Daniel Hughes, Brad Green
    Foll: Mark Jamar, Brent Moloney, Tom Scully
    I/C: Paul Johnson, Colin Sylvia, Jack Trengove, Clint Bartram
    Emg: Neville Jetta, Jake Spencer, Lynden Dunn

    In: Jack Watts
    Out: Lynden Dunn

    EAGLES
    B: Will Schofield, Darren Glass, Beau Waters
    HB: Lewis Stevenson, Eric MacKenzie, Shannon Hurn
    C: Matt Rosa, Matt Priddis, Brad Ebert
    HF: Brad Sheppard, Josh Kennedy, Ashton Hams
    F: Mark Nicoski, Quinten Lynch, Mark LeCras
    Foll: Dean Cox, Adam Selwood, Tom Swift
    I/C: Patrick McGinnity, Ben McKinley, Nic Naitanui, Scott Selwood
    Emg: Mitchell Brown, Bradd Dalziell, Ashley Hansen

    In: Scott Selwood
    Out: Bradd Dalziell

    LIONS
    B: Jed Adcock, Matt Maguire, Andrew Raines
    HB: James Hawksley, Brent Staker, Ashley McGrath
    C: Michael Rischitelli, Daniel Rich, Justin Sherman
    HF: Luke Power, Jonathan Brown, Cheynee Stiller
    F: Todd Banfield, Brendan Fevola, James Polkinghorne
    Foll: Matthew Leuenberger, Joel Patfull, Simon Black
    I/C: Jack Redden, Tom Rockliff, Amon Buchanan, Matt Austin
    Emg: Travis Johnstone, Pearce Hanley, Tom Collier

    In: Amon Buchanan, Matt Maguire, Joel Patfull, Andrew Raines
    Out: Josh Drummond (knee), Jared Brennan (ankle), Pearce Hanley, Travis Johnstone

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  7. TIGERS
    B: Kelvin Moore, Will Thursfield, Luke McGuane
    HB: Shane Tuck, Brett Deledio, Chris Newman
    C: Shane Edwards, Daniel Jackson, Jeromey Webberley
    HF: Dustin Martin, Jack Riewoldt, Ben Nason
    F: Robin Nahas, Alex Rance, Nathan Foley
    Foll: Tyrone Vickery, Trent Cotchin, Richard Tambling
    I/C (from): Angus Graham, Graham Polak, Tom Hislop, Andrew Collins, Mitch Farmer, David Astbury, Matt White

    In: Nathan Foley, Tom Hislop, Angus Graham, Mitch Farmer
    Out: Dean Polo (suspended)

    Carlton
    B: Simon White, Michael Jamison, Jordan Russell
    HB: Dennis Armfield, Bret Thornton, Kane Lucas
    C: Heath Scotland, Bryce Gibbs, Marc Murphy
    HF: Kade Simpson, Ryan Houlihan, Andrew Carrazzo
    F: Jarrad Waite, Setanta O’hAilpin, Eddie Betts
    Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Aaron Joseph, Chris Judd
    I/C (from): Steven Browne, Jeff Garlett, Lachie Henderson, Sam Jacobs, Chris Johnson, Mitch Robinson, Chris Yarran

    In: Steven Browne, Lachie Henderson, Mitch Robinson

    PORT
    B: Jacob Surjan, Alipate Carlile, Troy Chaplin
    HB:Paul Stewart, Chad Cornes, Steven Salopek
    C: Danyle Pearce, Domenic Cassisi, Jason Davenport
    HF: Matt Thomas, Justin Westhoff, David Rodan
    F: Robbie Gray, Brett Ebert, Daniel Motlop
    R: Dean Brogan, Travis Boak, Kane Cornes
    Interchange from: Tom Logan, Jay Schulz, Cameron Hitchcock, Daniel Stewart, Jackson Trengove, Josh Carr, Jay Nash
    IN: Carr, Hitchcock, Nash, Schulz, D. Stewart
    OUT: Nathan Krakouer (groin), Warren Tredrea (ankle)

    Saints
    Backs: James Gwilt / Zac Dawson / Sam Gilbert
    Half backs: Baker / Sam Fisher / Jason Blake
    Centreline: Clint Jones / Nick Dal Santo / Farren Ray
    Half forwards: Andrew McQualter / Brendon Goddard / Adam Schneider
    Forwards: Jason Gram / Justin Koschitzke / Stephen Milne
    Followers: Michael Gardiner / Lenny Hayes / Leigh Montagna
    Interchange From: David Armitage / Raphael Clarke / Robert Eddy
    Jarryn Geary / Nick Heyne / Ben McEvoy / Rhys Stanley

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  8. GEELONG
    B: Andrew Mackie, Matthew Scarlett, Josh Hunt
    HB: Corey Enright, Harry Taylor, Darren Milburn
    C: James Kelly, Cameron Ling, Jimmy Bartel
    HF: Steve Johnson, Cameron Mooney, Travis Varcoe
    F: Mathew Stokes, Tom Hawkins, Gary Ablett
    Foll: Mark Blake, Joel Selwood, Paul Chapman
    I/C: Shannon Byrnes, Simon Hogan, Tom Lonergan, David Wojcinski
    Emg: Mitchell Duncan, Dawson Simpson, Ryan Gamble

    In: Mathew Stokes
    Out: James Podsiadly (soreness)

    Pods is out! Jack Watts gets his first game for this year. Maguire and Silvangi are back in while Robertson’s out. Dangerfield is back from injury and Paul Medhurst is out with a foot strain.

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    1. Sambo, we’re going to have to get you a login so you can post these to the site rather than in comments.

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  9. As much as it pains me to say it because of his disloyalty, Judd is the master.
    Although in raw skills and stats they are similar, he brings more to the table than GAJ in terms leadership and inspiration ability under adverse conditions. Has proven himself in a strong team as premiership skipper and currently in a weak lineup where he gets a strong tag weekly and little team mate support.
    I hope GAJ goes to GC17 to prove that he can also develop leadership skills and show that he can perform consistently in an underachieving team.
    I also really hope he announces the move soon so Bomber can rest those sore hammys more often as I don’t have him.

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  10. I’m trading out Bob Murphy/Rioli, and I would like some opinions regarding which combo I should run with

    1. Pavlich/Daniel Hughes (Melb)
    2. Didak/Rohan
    3. Varcoe/Fyfe
    4. a better duo that I haven’t thought of 8)

    F/L is; ROK/Higgins/Gia/jPod/Ballantyne/Bob/Grundy….(Rioli/Rocky)

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    1. 2. Didak/Rohan, They are both DPP and I think Gary Rohan will play more games then Hughes and Fyfe ( who I got last week ).

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      1. I wouldn’t go for Didak, partly because he plays for Collingwood and partly because you would be paying top dollar. I think your better off not placing all your eggs in one basket. Trade one down and hold off on the other until you can spot someone of real value in the fwd line who would end up being a keeper. I know it’s easier said than done, because i am having similar issues.

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          1. I’m not sold on JB’s fitness, I have him in my DT, and am wondering if I should trade him out.
            Didak has scored 100+ every week bar two and is a traditional 100+ SC scorer. He is presently 45k under his pre-season value and I can’t see him getting any cheaper.
            I like Rohan, and agree with a couple of opinions expressed on this site that he is going to get better.
            I’m not concerned that Didak plays for Collingwood because I don’t hate them. 8)

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Who’s Better?

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This isn’t just about SC scores. Imagine you’re Kevin Sheedy at GWS and the AFL has allowed you to have one but not both. Which one would you pick?

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  1. Gazza’s a year younger and his style of play has been less bash and crash than the Juddster so i’d feel i’d get two more seasons out of Gazza. He’ll still be playing when he’s 32-33, possibly as a more permanent fwd.

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  2. Little bit of extra information:

    Gary Ablett

    Age, height, weight: 26 (tomorrow) 182cm, 88kg

    Games, goals: 174, 231

    Best and fairests: B&F 2007-2009, 2nd in 2008, 3rd in 2005, 2006

    All-Australian: 2007-08-09

    AFL MVP: 2007-08-09

    Brownlow: 2009, 3rd in 2008

    Premierships: 2007-09

    Strengths: An ability to keep his feet and rarely get taken down in a tackle. Excellent stamina, good top range speed, tough over the ball and team orientated. Also kicks the team lifting goal and can take an overhead grab one-out.

    Weaknesses: Nothing obvious

    Chris Judd

    Age, height, weight: 26, 189cm, 87kg

    Games, goals: 182, 168

    Best and fairests: West Coast: 2004-06, Carlton 2008-09, 2nd in 2003-05, 3rd in 2002.

    All-Australian: 2004-06-08-09

    AFL MVP: 2006

    Brownlow: 2004, 2nd 2009, 3rd 2006

    Premierships: 2006

    Strengths: Like Ablett, virtually impossible to tackle. Non-stop running, prolific team-lifting possession, tough as, natural on-field leadership, Judd covers most bases.

    Weaknessess: Is he an elite kick or just a good one? I favour the latter. Not a great set shot for goal.

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  3. I picked GAJ in the vote, but you couldn’t go wrong with either.
    Given that the rest of your team is likely to be smaller bodies, you’d probably go Judd for the hard ball gets – He has proven himself in a non-superior midfield in recent years, whereas GAJ hasn’t had the ability to do so.

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  4. PODS IS OUT WITH GENERAL SORENESS!!!!! AND DYLAN ROBERTON IS OUT ASWELL!!! THERE GOES MY PLAN!!!

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  5. CROWS
    B: Michael Doughty, Ben Rutten, Phil Davis
    HB: Nathan van Berlo, Nathan Bock, Simon Goodwin
    C: Myke Cook, Brent Reilly, Bernie Vince
    HF: Richard Douglas, Kurt Tippett, Tyson Edwards
    F: Jared Petrenko, Taylor Walker, Scott Stevens
    Foll: Ivan Maric, Scott Thompson, Andrew McLeod
    I/C: Patrick Dangerfield, Jason Porplyzia, Chris Schmidt, Matthew Jaensch
    Emg: Jonathon Griffin, Jack Gunston, Tony Armstrong

    In: Dangerfield, Walker
    Out: Graham Johncock (shoulder), Brett Burton

    NORTH MELBOURNE
    B: Michael Firrito, Scott Thompson, Brady Rawlings
    HB: Nathan Grima, Lachie Hansen, Daniel Pratt
    C: Jack Ziebell, Ben Cunnington, Ryan Bastinac
    HF: Aaron Edwards, Josh Smith, Brent Harvey
    F: Daniel Wells, David Hale, Lindsay Thomas
    R: Hamish McIntosh, Andrew Swallow, Levi Greenwood
    I/C: Scott McMahon, Todd Goldstein, Cruize Garlett, Sam Wright
    EMG: Nathan O’Keefe, Matt Campbell, Leigh Harding

    In: Pratt, Smith, Greenwood
    Out: Leigh Adams (hamstring), Liam Anthony (shoulder), Ben Warren

    Essendon
    B: Heath Hocking, Dustin Fletcher, Mark McVeigh
    HB: Brent Prismall, Cale Hooker, Nathan Lovett-Murray
    C: Jake Melksham, Jobe Watson, Sam Lonergan
    HF: Angus Monfries, Scott Gumbleton, David Zaharakis
    F: David Hille, Michael Hurley, Alwyn Davey
    Foll: Patrick Ryder, Brent Stanton, Jason Winderlich
    I/C (from): Mark Williams, Leroy Jetta, Travis Colyer, Courtenay Dempsey, David Myers, Jarrod Atkinson, Ben Howlett

    In: Williams, Jetta, Colyer, Myers
    Out: Henry Slattery (back)

    Collingwood
    B: Heath Shaw, Ben Reid, Ben Johnson
    HB: Harry O’Brien, Nick Maxwell, Alan Toovey
    C: Luke Ball, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
    HF: Shane O’Bree, Travis Cloke, Alan Didak
    F: Dayne Beams, John Anthony, Leon Davis
    Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Dale Thomas
    I/C: Nathan Brown, Chris Dawes, Brent Macaffer, Cameron Wood

    Emg: Tarkyn Lockyer, Simon Prestigiacomo, Jaxson Barham

    In: John Anthony
    Out: Paul Medhurst (foot strain)

    BULLDOGS
    B: Jarrod Harbrow, Brian Lake, Dale Morris
    HB: Ryan Hargrave, Tom Williams, Lindsay Gilbee
    C: Ryan Griffen, Matthew Boyd, Daniel Cross
    HF: Robert Murphy, Mitch Hahn, Shaun Higgins
    F: Jarrad Grant, Barry Hall, Josh Hill
    Foll: Ben Hudson, Adam Cooney, Daniel Giansiracusa
    I/C: Dylan Addison, Jason Akermanis, Will Minson, Brennan Stack
    Emg: Nathan Eagleton, Brodie Moles, Easton Wood

    In: Minson
    Out: Everitt (ankle)

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  6. Hawthorn changes
    In: Burgoyne, Franklin, Mitchell, Murphy, Savage, Skipper, Stokes
    Out: Bateman (suspended), Ladson (omitted), Morton (omitted), Shiels (omitted)

    FREO
    B: Garrick Ibbotson, Chris Tarrant, Ryan Crowley
    HB: Greg Broughton, Luke McPharlin, Roger Hayden
    C: Adam McPhee, David Mundy, Paul Hasleby
    HF: Michael Johnson, Matthew Pavlich, Stephen Hill
    F: Matthew de Boer, Chris Mayne, Hayden Ballantyne
    Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Michael Barlow, Paul Duffield
    I/C: Nathan Fyfe, Rhys Palmer, Anthony Morabito, Alex Silvagni
    Emg: Kepler Bradley, Nick Suban, Antoni Grover

    In: Garrick Ibbotson, Alex Silvagni
    Out: Kepler Bradley, Dylan Roberton (soreness)

    SYDNEY
    B: Rhyce Shaw, Ted Richards, Tadhg Kennelly
    HB: Martin Mattner, Heath Grundy, Nick Malceski
    C: Jarrad McVeigh, Brett Kirk, Nick Smith
    HF: Ryan O’Keefe, Adam Goodes, Josh Kennedy
    F: Jesse White, Daniel Bradshaw, Lewis Jetta
    Foll: Mike Pyke, Jude Bolton, Kieren Jack
    I/C: Daniel Hannebery, Henry Playfair, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Gary Rohan
    Emg: Paul Bevan, Matt O’Dwyer, Campbell Heath

    In: Henry Playfair, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Daniel Hannebery
    Out: Jarred Moore (ankle), Ed Barlow, Shane Mumford (suspended)

    DEES
    B: Jack Grimes, Matthew Warnock, Jared Rivers
    HB: Cameron Bruce, James Frawley, Colin Garland
    C: James McDonald, Jordie McKenzie, Aaron Davey
    HF: Jamie Bennell, Matthew Bate, Jack Watts
    F: Nathan Jones, Daniel Hughes, Brad Green
    Foll: Mark Jamar, Brent Moloney, Tom Scully
    I/C: Paul Johnson, Colin Sylvia, Jack Trengove, Clint Bartram
    Emg: Neville Jetta, Jake Spencer, Lynden Dunn

    In: Jack Watts
    Out: Lynden Dunn

    EAGLES
    B: Will Schofield, Darren Glass, Beau Waters
    HB: Lewis Stevenson, Eric MacKenzie, Shannon Hurn
    C: Matt Rosa, Matt Priddis, Brad Ebert
    HF: Brad Sheppard, Josh Kennedy, Ashton Hams
    F: Mark Nicoski, Quinten Lynch, Mark LeCras
    Foll: Dean Cox, Adam Selwood, Tom Swift
    I/C: Patrick McGinnity, Ben McKinley, Nic Naitanui, Scott Selwood
    Emg: Mitchell Brown, Bradd Dalziell, Ashley Hansen

    In: Scott Selwood
    Out: Bradd Dalziell

    LIONS
    B: Jed Adcock, Matt Maguire, Andrew Raines
    HB: James Hawksley, Brent Staker, Ashley McGrath
    C: Michael Rischitelli, Daniel Rich, Justin Sherman
    HF: Luke Power, Jonathan Brown, Cheynee Stiller
    F: Todd Banfield, Brendan Fevola, James Polkinghorne
    Foll: Matthew Leuenberger, Joel Patfull, Simon Black
    I/C: Jack Redden, Tom Rockliff, Amon Buchanan, Matt Austin
    Emg: Travis Johnstone, Pearce Hanley, Tom Collier

    In: Amon Buchanan, Matt Maguire, Joel Patfull, Andrew Raines
    Out: Josh Drummond (knee), Jared Brennan (ankle), Pearce Hanley, Travis Johnstone

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  7. TIGERS
    B: Kelvin Moore, Will Thursfield, Luke McGuane
    HB: Shane Tuck, Brett Deledio, Chris Newman
    C: Shane Edwards, Daniel Jackson, Jeromey Webberley
    HF: Dustin Martin, Jack Riewoldt, Ben Nason
    F: Robin Nahas, Alex Rance, Nathan Foley
    Foll: Tyrone Vickery, Trent Cotchin, Richard Tambling
    I/C (from): Angus Graham, Graham Polak, Tom Hislop, Andrew Collins, Mitch Farmer, David Astbury, Matt White

    In: Nathan Foley, Tom Hislop, Angus Graham, Mitch Farmer
    Out: Dean Polo (suspended)

    Carlton
    B: Simon White, Michael Jamison, Jordan Russell
    HB: Dennis Armfield, Bret Thornton, Kane Lucas
    C: Heath Scotland, Bryce Gibbs, Marc Murphy
    HF: Kade Simpson, Ryan Houlihan, Andrew Carrazzo
    F: Jarrad Waite, Setanta O’hAilpin, Eddie Betts
    Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Aaron Joseph, Chris Judd
    I/C (from): Steven Browne, Jeff Garlett, Lachie Henderson, Sam Jacobs, Chris Johnson, Mitch Robinson, Chris Yarran

    In: Steven Browne, Lachie Henderson, Mitch Robinson

    PORT
    B: Jacob Surjan, Alipate Carlile, Troy Chaplin
    HB:Paul Stewart, Chad Cornes, Steven Salopek
    C: Danyle Pearce, Domenic Cassisi, Jason Davenport
    HF: Matt Thomas, Justin Westhoff, David Rodan
    F: Robbie Gray, Brett Ebert, Daniel Motlop
    R: Dean Brogan, Travis Boak, Kane Cornes
    Interchange from: Tom Logan, Jay Schulz, Cameron Hitchcock, Daniel Stewart, Jackson Trengove, Josh Carr, Jay Nash
    IN: Carr, Hitchcock, Nash, Schulz, D. Stewart
    OUT: Nathan Krakouer (groin), Warren Tredrea (ankle)

    Saints
    Backs: James Gwilt / Zac Dawson / Sam Gilbert
    Half backs: Baker / Sam Fisher / Jason Blake
    Centreline: Clint Jones / Nick Dal Santo / Farren Ray
    Half forwards: Andrew McQualter / Brendon Goddard / Adam Schneider
    Forwards: Jason Gram / Justin Koschitzke / Stephen Milne
    Followers: Michael Gardiner / Lenny Hayes / Leigh Montagna
    Interchange From: David Armitage / Raphael Clarke / Robert Eddy
    Jarryn Geary / Nick Heyne / Ben McEvoy / Rhys Stanley

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  8. GEELONG
    B: Andrew Mackie, Matthew Scarlett, Josh Hunt
    HB: Corey Enright, Harry Taylor, Darren Milburn
    C: James Kelly, Cameron Ling, Jimmy Bartel
    HF: Steve Johnson, Cameron Mooney, Travis Varcoe
    F: Mathew Stokes, Tom Hawkins, Gary Ablett
    Foll: Mark Blake, Joel Selwood, Paul Chapman
    I/C: Shannon Byrnes, Simon Hogan, Tom Lonergan, David Wojcinski
    Emg: Mitchell Duncan, Dawson Simpson, Ryan Gamble

    In: Mathew Stokes
    Out: James Podsiadly (soreness)

    Pods is out! Jack Watts gets his first game for this year. Maguire and Silvangi are back in while Robertson’s out. Dangerfield is back from injury and Paul Medhurst is out with a foot strain.

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  9. As much as it pains me to say it because of his disloyalty, Judd is the master.
    Although in raw skills and stats they are similar, he brings more to the table than GAJ in terms leadership and inspiration ability under adverse conditions. Has proven himself in a strong team as premiership skipper and currently in a weak lineup where he gets a strong tag weekly and little team mate support.
    I hope GAJ goes to GC17 to prove that he can also develop leadership skills and show that he can perform consistently in an underachieving team.
    I also really hope he announces the move soon so Bomber can rest those sore hammys more often as I don’t have him.

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  10. I’m trading out Bob Murphy/Rioli, and I would like some opinions regarding which combo I should run with

    1. Pavlich/Daniel Hughes (Melb)
    2. Didak/Rohan
    3. Varcoe/Fyfe
    4. a better duo that I haven’t thought of 8)

    F/L is; ROK/Higgins/Gia/jPod/Ballantyne/Bob/Grundy….(Rioli/Rocky)

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