- Apr 30, 2020
- AFL Club
NSW would have a very formidable side in 2023.
FB Harry Cunningham (SYD/Wagga) Dougal Howard (StK/Wagga) Harrison Himmelberg (GWS/Wagga) HB Nick Blakey (SYD/Sydney) Dane Rampe (SYD/Clovelly) Harry Perryman (GWS/Collingullie) C Isaac Smith (GEE/Wagga) Callum Mills (SYD/Sydney) Will Setterfield (ESS/Albury) HF Isaac Heeney (SYD/Cardiff) Taylor Walker (ADE/Broken Hill) Errol Gulden (SYD/Sydney) FF Luke Bruest (HAW/Temora) Tom Hawkins (GEE/Finley) Jeremy Finlayson (PA/Culcairn) R Jarrod Witts (GC/Sydney) Jack Steele (StK/Canberra) Tom Green (GWS/Canberra) INT Jacob Hopper (RIC/Leeton) Matthew Kennedy (CAR/Collingullie) Todd Marshall (PA/Deniliquin) Lachie Schultz (FRE/Moama) Coach John Longmire (SYD/Corowa)
That's a pretty bloody good side. I actually think it would beat S.A and maybe even W.A. It just shows what the AFL is missing out on promoting the strength of Australian football nationally, particularly into the northern states.
It would be interesting if someone could super coach score each of the teams total points to see which is the most powerful state team. I'd imagine metro, country, w.a, nsw, s.a, qld? manicmagpie I feel a bit bad asking you again, but any interest in this project using the state sides posted in the last couple of pages? You are on a roll with your statistical analysis .