Discussion in 'ORFFL' started by Kel, Dec 13, 2016.
I don't think I have ever had a full season with at least 15 a game.
Part of the challenge in this league with smaller list sizes, forces a different list management style and the difference provides interesting comparisons for me. Been very enjoyable though I've felt a couple of times I got a win simply because the oppo team had rolled, happens I guess, just bummed I haven't tanked to better draft picks
In that case you still get the brown paper bag you asked for, but there wont be anything in it.
I think the list sizes here provide a better balance and helps create a balance of how many kids you have that wont play football for 3-4 years. Can't just horde, or you can and you get donuts and large headaches at culling time. (Acres & Connor)
Agreed, wasn't being critical at all, it's an interesting aspect for vs the other leagues, different frame for the list
Not great for the Potoroos this week with Brown and Wood both going down early to injuries.
But hey, Luke Ryan sure can play this SC game!
Queenstown not going great guns but so far on track for around 1200 by my count.
9/699 HDH v 10/769 QUE. Tagged/Shirtfronted Garlett out of the game but let 2 of theirs run wild and be in the top 3 for the round so far? Almost had the upset wrapped up! That Neale/Macrae combo, wowee.
Dont think it will matter anyway. Can't trust mountain folk to do anything. Got to scale 200 points back with only 1 player in hand. 11/853 v 12/1090. Insurmountable. Cloke actually turning up? Height of ridiculousness. Buggered up our end of year plans that's for sure.
In the other finals contender match, which is 13v13, possible new ORF concept ala T20 cricket, Glenrowan likely to win unless Boak and Hartlett can make up the 101 point difference against Brodie Smith.
Looks like I have avoided the Hornsy curse, Potoroos coming home with a wet sail despite a couple of injuries
Won the Ellis battle 74-65 but lost the war. Was never going to make it anyway but its now official, no chance of a back to back premiership this year. The ORFFL will have a new champ.
Yikes those Hammerheads look good. Hitting scary form at the right end of season. Back of pack smokey.
That kind of sterling form though won't hold for us! Feels like the team is patched together with Sticky tape this year, just scraping by
Crouch-Crouch for the win!
Yeah, you scraped by like Cleveland hobbling to the Eastern Conference Playoffs...
Finals thread up everyone. Decide the fixtures there.
With the finals just around the corner, think it might be time to hand out our disappointing awards
MVP (B&F Winner excluding finals): Bontempelli, Wines, Ellis
Most Improved (must have been on list for 2016 season): Jeremy Cameron, Zac Williams
Best New Player: Brendon Goddard
Best Free Agent: Jake Barrett
Best Team Man (gets the job done without much recognition): Callan Ward, Brandon Ellis
Coaches Award (my favourite player this year): Brandon Ellis, Jamie Elliot
Finals MVP (premiership year): (TBC)
The Knightriders Coat of Arms hand outs look like this;
MVP (B&F Winner excluding finals): Joel Selwood
Most Improved (must have been on list for 2016 season): Jack Billings
Best New Player: Brayden Fiorini
Best Free Agent: Nick Graham
Best Team Man (gets the job done without much recognition): Locker room cleaner
Coaches Award (my favourite player this year): Tex Walker
Finals MVP (premiership year): lol
Is there a 2018 draft order floating around?
I haven't looked at the ladder yet and specifically written it out, but it's all done by reverse ladder order, with finalists sorted by how far they got (eg MAL is 14th, SAR 18th).
edit - so should be:
ty sire, wasn't sure at what point the order was finalised
Bullfrogs held their awards night on the barbie boat last weekend...
MVP (B&F Winner excluding finals): Dusty
Most Improved (must have been on list for 2016 season): Nankervis
Best New Player: Nic Newman
Best Free Agent: Nic Newman
Best Team Man (gets the job done without much recognition): Shaun Grigg
Coaches Award (my favourite player this year): Willie Rioli
Finals MVP (premiership year):
Turns out SCSS was an astute judge of D.Martin's potential to be the best player in the AFL.
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