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2017 AFL State of Origin team selections

Discussion in 'AFL - The Australian Football League' started by Jascave, Apr 15, 2017.

  1. robertg22

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  2. eth-dog

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    I would have guessed all of Geelong, Bendigo, NB, Murray and Gippsland would be enough for country; given three of them are in the five most prolific drafted players in the TAC Cup I believe (along with Calder and Oakleigh).
     
  3. Yippy Yi Yeo

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    No chance they would trouble WA
     
  4. Yippy Yi Yeo

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    Hooker Rance Sheppard
    Yeo McGovern Johannisen
    Hill Priddis Coniglio
    Walters Franklin LeCras
    Fasolo Kennedy Hogan
    Naitanui Fyfe Cripps
    Swallow Duncan Martin Mitchell
     
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  5. RUNVS

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    They could. I mean I agree that WA would win 8 out of 10 times, but the NSW/ACT could easily give them a scare.
     
  6. Yippy Yi Yeo

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    WA has a far stronger midfield, back and ruck division, and even though the forward line of NSW is quite good, WA has the 2 best KPF's in the comp plus Hogan, and their smalls have kicked 234 goals in their last 129 games, the NSW smalls have kicked 197 in their last 125 games. Would be closer to WA winning 19/20 times than 8/10.
    Based on the NSW/ACT team that was posted on page 2 anyway
     
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  7. HolyRioli

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    Have to agree with this.

    WA would get closer to beating the Victoria teams, than NSW/ACT would get to beating them.
     
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  8. Listclogger

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    In fairness there were always one or two spuds from the SANFL or (WAFL) who would grow another leg when playing against the Big V.

    So just like old times
     
  9. pazza

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    Yep...The Mornington Peninsula and Casey Cardinia Leagues are not considered metropolitan leagues..same as the Riddell League in the north-west, Sunbury, Melton and Werribee Centrals are also considered country clubs.
     
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    Guess we can cross the second item off the list now...

    https://www.bigfooty.com/forum/thre...from-previous-year-other-suggestions.1163714/
     
  11. Buzzkillin

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    Tasmania side but thin but here's a crack

    Birchall Mohr Howe
    Thurlow schade k.kolo
    l.Weller Willis lonergan
    M.Weller Riewoldt Lovell
    Grey brown greenwood
    Hall nankervis Robinson

    J.kolo, Russell, Harwood,fox

    Emergency Bellchambers,Webster, Green

    Thoughts? Bit thin in key defenders and midfield rotations, strong half back, key forwards
    Don't mind the team, could be competitive if all fit
     

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  12. eth-dog

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    Bellchambers would get a game as a 3rd tall forward wouldn't he? Alex Pearce would be FB as well IMO.

    Howe - Pearce - Birchall
    Thurlow - Schade - K Kolodjashnij
    M Weller - Lonergan - Webster
    Grey - Riewoldt - Greenwood
    Bellchambers - Brown - Green
    Nankervis - Hall - Robinson
    J Kolodjashnij - L Weller - Harwood - Fox
     
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    Shepherd Rance Wilson

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    Naitanui T.Mitchell Cripps

    Int: Sandilands/Ryder O’Meara D.Swallow J.Martin

    Would give Vic Country and Vic Metro a run for their money.
     
  14. eth-dog

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    Who I'd have for VM in bold. May have missed a few. VM would still win.

    Also, Hooker 100% gets a game ahead of Sheppard and JJ
     
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    Can you please do a VC team
     
  16. Gysberts2Bate

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    Neville Jetta would get in ahead of Martin/Swallow/O’Meara/Johannisen/Shepherd
     
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    VC have a better midfield, VM stronger at either end:

    FB: Bews - T McDonald - B Reid
    HB: J Lloyd - Henderson - Witherden
    MF: Ablett - Martin - M Crouch
    HF: Dangerfield - Cameron - Dahlhaus
    FF: Elliott - S Reid - Roughead
    OB: McEvoy - Oliver - Selwood
    IC: B Crouch - Heppell - Oliver - Steven

    Made a mistake with J Cameron in VM.
     
  18. Gysberts2Bate

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    Tom McDonald is a garbage FB imo, you'd want to have a better KPD there and play him either as a loose man or a forward. As a pure defender I reckon his brother has almost over taken him already.
     
  19. Reservoir tiger

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    No Shane Edwards? Please...
     
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