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Ghenghis

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Hope this helps

The process of finding NGA players are AFL clubs host training days within their respected area to scout for talent. That talent is then put into an under x age team and play in carnivals across Victoria. We tend to do the V/Line Cup tournaments.

We then placed on an internal list to help track their developments and inform our aligned TAC Teams (Its not official but every club does it for F/S) to give them games and play in x y z spot.
Prime example, Rebels are playing Cooper-Craig as a forward more often even though he's an elite ball winner for Rebels

Once they become 17 years old and playing TAC, we nominate them at the start of the season to inform AFL, so last year Richmond nominated 9 players but only took one player. They did this to ensure one of their talents is secure incase they have a breakout season.

Come a week or two before the draft, AFL clubs have to officially nominate them for the draft which if they are not drafted become Cat B Rookies. So they need to be upgraded to Normal Rookie to play AFL. Prime Example was Buku went undrafted and was taken as a CAT B but due to an open CAT A rookie spot, we automatically upgraded him.

Clubs get a 20% discount on F/S and NGA players so banking draft picks becomes important.

Not really, if Jamarra was in this years draft, our three third round picks would be enough points to match a first round bid. All comes down to when he is bidded on.

He is eligible for next year's draft alongside 28 other players we have in our system atm. Though that list will be cut down later this year

Hope that all makes sense
Thanks Vital.
That does clarify it for me and I appreciate you making the effort to explain.
It's almost like we need to have less recruiters and talent identification and devote more resources to accountants and quantum physicists(to invent a time machine)
 

Roscoe_au

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My daughter is heading to the V/Line Cup tournament (or, has at least made the training squad) as one of a couple of under-agers from the Inter-league tournament over the Queens B'day weekend. Only need her to start barracking for the Dogs, but as a Koorie girl she follows Richmond and the Hawks.
 

VitalDread

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Sorry all, just got free time at work.

Here are recaps of rounds

Craig Cooper-Peters:
R9: 17 Disposals, 7 tackles
R10: 17 disposals, 4 Marks, 8 Tackles 7 IN50
R11: 5 disposals, 9 Tackles
R12: 8 disposals, 4 tackles

Saad El-Hawli:
Round 12: 1 Goal,4 Disposals, 2 tackles

Cody Raak:
R8: 7 Disposals, 3 Marks, 2 Tackles
R9: 14 Disposals, 5 Marks
R10: 7 Disposals, 4 Tackles
R11: 11 Disposals, 3 Marks 4 Tackles
R12: 16 Disposals, 6 Marks, 2 Tackles

Jamarra Ugle-Hagan
R10: 5 Goals, 15 Disposals, 7 Marks
R12: 3 Goals, 10 Disposals, 3 Marks

TobyJennings
R11: 4 Disposals, 2 Marks 2 Tackles

Fergus MacDonald
R7: 2 Diposals
R8: 3 Goals, 6 Disposals, 3 Marks
R9: 6 Disposals
R10: 5 Disposals, 1 Mark
R11: 1 Disposals
R12: 4 Disposals

Fraser Marris
R8:10 Disposals, 3 Marks 4 Tackles
R9: 21 Disposals,5 Marks, 4 Tackles
R10: 20 Disposals, 3 Marks, 5 Tackles
R11:1 Goal, 12 Dispoals, 3 Tackles
R12: 12 Disposals, 4 tackles

Nick Stevens
R10: 15 Disposals, 2 Marks, 2 Tackles
R11: 14 Disposals, 3 Marks, 3 Tackles
R12: 1 Goal, 13 Disposals, 2 Marks, 3 Tackles

Flynn Atchison
R9: 2 Goals, 9 Disposals, 5 tackles
R11: 10 Disposals, 2 Marks
R12:8 Disposals, 2 Tackles
 

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VitalDread

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Anyone seen Cooper Craig-Peters play? How’s his speed? Looks like he’s being groomed for that pressure small forward spot, registers a few tackles but isn’t really hitting the scoreboard?


On iPhone using BigFooty.com mobile app
Hes pretty quick, nit elite standard but has high endurance for afl
 

VitalDread

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Jamarra Ugle-Hagan moves to 12th on NAB League goal kicking tally with 13 goals.
He is currently 6 goals behind the leader.
 

VitalDread

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Full results:

VC 2.1 4.4 6.6 9.7 61

QLD 0.0 0.1 2.1 3.1 19

Best: Barber (Murray Bushrangers), T.Smith (Dandenong Stingrays), McEvoy (Geelong Falcons), Lesoky-Hay (Geelong Falcons), McDonald (Dandenong Stingrays), Moloney (Geelong Falcons)

Goals: Barber 4, McEvoy 2, Moloney, Saulitis (GWV Rebels), Simmons (GWV Rebels) 1



Stats leaders:

Disposals – McEvoy 24, Lesosky-Hay 20, T.Smith 19, Molan 18, Moloney 15, McDonald 13, Gardiner (Geelong Falcons), Notman (Gippsland Power) 13

VIC COUNTRY 2.3 2.5 5.8 5.12 (42)

WESTERN AUSTRALIA 2.1 4.4 4.7 6.8 (44)



Goals

Vic Country: J. Rentsch (GWV) 2



Key stats-getters

Vic Country:
  • B. Hobbs (GWV): 29 disposals, four marks, 10 tackles, four rebound-50s
  • K. Lohmann (GWV): 22 disposals
  • B. Scott (GWV): 14 disposals, three clearances
 

Luder

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NGA rules have been changed. SA and WA teams will get priority access to indigenous talent from their respective states (zones split between each team) that are bid on after Pick 40. Won't come into effect until 2020.

This is fantastic news for us, since it indicates that not only is the AFL only going to bring about change with a years notice, but also that no other changes are likely to occur for the 2020 draft. This means Ugle-Hagan should almost certainly be ours next year!
 

VitalDread

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NGA rules have been changed. SA and WA teams will get priority access to indigenous talent from their respective states (zones split between each team) that are bid on after Pick 40. Won't come into effect until 2020.

This is fantastic news for us, since it indicates that not only is the AFL only going to bring about change with a years notice, but also that no other changes are likely to occur for the 2020 draft. This means Ugle-Hagan should almost certainly be ours next year!
Im 100% for S.A and W.A gaining more access to aboriginal talent
They are the benchmark for how programs should be run
 
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