Preview Who will make AA this year?

Who will be named in the All Australian team (best 22)

  • Josh Kennedy

  • Jack Darling

  • Tim Kelly

  • Liam Ryan

  • Nic Naitanui

  • Jeremy McGovern

  • Brad Sheppard

  • Tom Barrass

  • Shannon Hurn

  • Andrew Gaff

  • Luke Shuey

  • Other


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FreeTK

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With the home and away season almost complete, who from our club will be chosen in the All Australian team?
 

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jesterwester

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Shep, Nic and Ryan (sneaks onto the bench)

Dwayne Russell said on his radio segment today he thought Liam Ryan is in the top 5 best players in the league right now. High praise, I’m sure if I said that I’d be accused of bias- but His back half of the year has been amazing. And his first half was decent too.

edit: Ok listened to it again. he said top 10, might be top 5.

Kennedy has had injuries to end the year and Gaff I think will be overlooked although I think he well deserves it.
 
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Ambrose Burnside

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I reckon Nic Nat, Shep and Ryan will be Top 3 in the Woosha Medal (unsure of the order), with Gaff right up there as well, so I reckon those 4 are our best bets.
 

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HoneyBadger35

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Locks: Shep, Nic Nat
Possible: Gaff, Ryan is getting the right buzz at the right time and would be a lock if he played for Collingwood.
Squad but not selected: JK, maybe Gov on reputation but the injuries will make it tough.
 

Forward Press

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I'd love to say Shep is a lock but there is stiff competition down back this year.

Ryan is peaking at the right time, for sure, get the feeling if he has a big one against North he's in. Gaff is always in the mix even if the Eagles board is middling on his influence during the season.
 

hudson2006

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Naitanui for sure, no other ruckman comes close this year.

Kennedy is still 2nd for the Coleman.

Ryan is well in the mix with Butler, Cameron & Papley for small forwards.

Shepperd & Gaff should get in, have had outstanding years but might be overlooked.
 

WCErevival

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Naita, Sheppard and Ryan our best chances.

JK is second in the coleman but I think they would go Dixon over him.

Gov and Gaff are always a chance with rep.
 

nameless

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Would have said Kennedy a couple of weeks ago, but even though he's 2nd in Coleman I feel like Dixon has had a better year (and obviously Hawkins).
Not sure they'll select 3 key fwds.

Naitanui is a lock and with the small fwds being very inconsistent this year I think Ryan could get in.

Shep just has to get in due to weight of form over several years (which is often rewarded).
 

ronpingwins

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In Ryan's case, it's a pretty low bar for small forwards. He wouldn't make it in most years, but Butler/Papley/Cameron have all been pretty patchy. None are clearly ahead of Ryan at least.
 

Doashuey

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Nic Nat starting ruck/captain/coach.
Shep should be in but he has been overlooked before in similar form but think he is better known by selectors these days.
Ryan a big chance, has been spectacularly good the past 5 games and solid prior.
Gaff always a chance, should make 40 but not sure if he gets in the 22.
JK needs a BIG bag against roos to be any chance- 10+ at least
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