For those who take it way too seriously



Dustin Martin (Rich) Fwd/Mid
Lachie Whitfield (GWS) Fwd/Mid
Hugh Greenwood (GC) Fwd/Mid
Darcy Cameron (Coll) Ruck/Fwd
Brandan Parfitt (Geel) Fwd/Mid
Jack Steven (Geel) Fwd/Mid
Nathan Jones (Melb) Def/Mid
Levi Casboult (Carl) Def/Fwd
Sam Petrevski-Seton (Carl) Def/Mid
Bayley Fristch (Melb) Def/Fwd
Braydon Preuss (Melb) Ruck/Fwd
Jack Ziebell (NM) Fwd/Mid
Paul Ahern (NM) Def/Mid
Noah Balta (Rich) Ruck/Fwd
Jade Gresham (StK) Fwd/Mid
Paddy Ryder (StK) Ruck/Fwd
Jordan Dawson (Syd) Def/Fwd


Patrick Dangerfield (Geel) Mid
Josh Dunkley (WB) Mid
Tim Kelly (Geel) Mid
Travis Boak (Port) Mid
Rowan Marshall (StK) Ruck
Scott Lycett (Port) Ruck
Jack Billings (StK) Mid
Mitch Robinson (Bris) Mid
Andrew McGrath (Ess) Mid
Will Setterfield (Carl) Mid
Darcy Moore (Coll) Def
David Mundy (Frem) Mid
Rory Lobb (Frem) Ruck
Sam Menegola (Geel) Mid
James Worpel (Haw) Mid


Michael Walters (Frem) Fwd/Mid
Isaac Heeney (Syd) Fwd/Mid
Wayne Milera (Adel) Def/Mid
Devon Smith (Ess) Fwd/Mid
Chad Wingard (Haw) Fwd/Mid
Robbie Gray (Port) Fwd/Mid
Aiden Bonar (NM) Fwd/Mid


Matthew Rowell (GC) Mid
Tom Green (GWS) Mid
Joshua Worrell (Adel) Def/Fwd
Deven Robertson (Bris) Mid
Brodie Kemp (Carl) Mid
Trent Bianco (Coll) Def/Mid
Mitch Hibberd (Ess) Mid
Finn Maginness (Haw) Mid
Kysaiah Pickett (Melb) Fwd
Will Gould (Syd) DEF


Michael Gibbons (Carl) Fwd (was Mid)
Liam Stocker (Carl) Def (was Mid)
Darcy Fort (Geel) Fwd (was Ruck)
Jeremy Finlayson (GWS) Fwd (was Def)
Justin Westhoff (Port) Fwd/Mid (was Ruck/Fwd)
Shane Edwards (Rich) Def/Mid (was Fwd/Mid)
Aaron Naughton (WB) Def (was Fwd)
Caleb Daniel (WB) Def (was Fwd)
Hey everyone

In 2019 the folks here at Too Serious held their first season long AFLW draft league – the ORFFW. Details are shown on the TS Leagues page found here

Thanks to the Chief we have also developed a player database with weekly stats for the AFLW regular season populated with Draftstars/AFL Fantasy Points for each player in the 2019 AFLW season.

Player dates of birth have been manually compiled from online sources and the 2019 AFLW prospectus and uploaded into the 2019 player database ready for it’s rollover into the 2020 season in January.

I have crunched some numbers using the positions in the player database which were the positions assigned by the 2019 AFLW Prospectus and used in the 2019 ORFFW draft league cross matched to player DOB’s. The results were as follows and my apologies in advance if you need to zoom your browsder page to 200% to see this:-

Not surprisingly average scores for Midfielders and Rucks far surpassed those for forwards and defenders. Durability appeared to be quite consistent across positions with players playing 1 or more games averaging 5.29 to 5.40 games per player per position.

Agewise it appears that younger and inexperienced AFLW players are much better equipped to step up to the big leagues than their male counterparts however the players born 1995 and earlier appear to be scoring at a higher rate on average than the under 23’s.

While an AFLW fantasy hundred is an elusive beast akin to a 160ish score in mens Supercoach the 26 centuries that were scored are interesting in their nature. Across the competition any randomly selected player would have around a 1.8% chance of tonning up in any randomly selected game. However Midfielders born from 1989 to 1991 and Midfielders born from 1996 to 1997 were the standouts with hit rates of 10.3% (9/87) and 6.7% (6...
You may read this headline and think just hang on a minute there, it's a long way to go before being able to say anything like that with any certainty, and that isn’t necessarily untrue. It’s just that, on this occasion, you can’t help but admire what the Saints have done to increase their chances of enjoying next season a lot more.

Then again, it won’t take much to enjoy the 2020 AFL season more when comparing it to their 2019 league campaign after the Saints finished in a disappointing 14th position. There’s no getting around the fact that it was a hard slog for the Melbourne side after suffering 13 defeats and only registering nine wins.

So in many ways, it’s not hard to see why the Saints dived into the draft with both feet after such an underwhelming 2019. The work that Saints have carried out in the draft has been so effective that they have been ranked as the best performers in the 2019 trade, which certainly makes you sit up and take a bit more notice.

All in all, the Saints landed five players, including the impressive Bradley Hill. Other noticeable incomings include Dan Butler, Dougal Howard, Zak Jones, and Paddy Ryder, which in anyone’s book is good business it has to be said. Although not everyone is convinced or is sharing the optimism right now as the Saints sit at long odds of 50/1 in Aussie Rules betting to win the Grand Final.

It may be a case of 'seeing is believing' before people start taking the chances of the Saints seriously, and naturally, to beat the likes of Richmond, the reigning Grand Final champions after annihilating the Giants by 89 points, you will need everything to go right straight from the off....
Our big 10th year running these leagues.
It was a scramble to fill the 4th league and we ended up with several people missing out in the end.

We've now completed our drafts and now just need to wait for opening night!
Have a look over the break for the makeup of the leagues for this year, listed in draft order!
Invites will be sent shortly.

Speak up if anyone else wants to join the leagues, we might be able to make another one :)
Good to see a steady stream of people registering their interest for the new season. We've had 26.5 opt in so far. Still a few more to hear from. Would be great to get up to 48 again, so if any of you know anyone who might be keen, please hit them up to join...

Register your interest to join a league over *here* in the original thread.

Check in here for details of this season's scoring system.
Please register your interest in this thread if you are keen to play fantasy NBA this season in the TS leagues.
Well, it was a tight tussle to the end with two teams finishing in the top 1,000 with the ultimate winner finishing at 645 overall, 96 points and 223 places ahead of yours truly at 868.... an awesome result.

Final places below.

That's a wrap, let us know how you did
Toby Greene helped my side make some minor finals SC but will be watching from afar as the final round of 2019 unfolds.

How have Round 23 teams helped or hindered your SC team ?

Round 23
ROUND 23 TEAMS (All times AEST)

Friday August 23, 7:50pm at the MCG

B: L.Greenwood, M.Scharenberg, J.Howe
HB: J.Crisp, D.Moore, B.Maynard
C: T.Phillips, S.Pendlebury, C.Mayne
HF: J.Thomas, B.Mihocek, W.Hoskin-Elliott
F: J.Elliott, J.Roughead, C.Brown
FOLL: B.Grundy, A.Treloar, T.Adams
I/C: J.Madgen, J.Noble, T.Varcoe, R.Wills
EMG: T.Broomhead, T.Brown, B.Crocker, J.Daicos

IN: D.Moore
OUT: S.Sidebottom (Injured nut)

B: C.Hooker, P.Ambrose, M.Gleeson
HB: C.McKenna, M.Hurley, M.Redman
C: A.McGrath, Z.Merrett, A.Saad
HF: J.Begley, S.McKernan, T.Jok
FF A.McDonald-Tipungwuti, M.Brown, J.Laverde
FOLL: T.Bellchambers, D.Shiel, D.Clarke
I/C: D.Parish, K.Langford, A.Francis, B.Ham
EMG: J.Long, B.Zerk-Thatcher, M.Baguley, M.Hartley

IN: C.Hooker, J.Begley, T.Jok, J.Laverde, T.Bellchambers, D.Clarke
OUT: B.Zerk-Thatcher (Omitted), D.Zaharakis (Injured), D.Heppell (Injured), J.Stringer (Injured), Z.Clarke (Injured),...