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2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by BenDoolan » Tue Jun 11, 2019 2:54 pm

You know the drill. Summary of player performance and score out of 10 in games played. Add your own flavours if you like…

1. ANDREW McGRATH (11 games, 236 disposals, 40 marks, 32 tackles, 5 goals, 6 goal assists) – Pigeon is having a consistent season with improvements across most stats. He is having a bigger impact in the midfield which is what you’d expect from a No 1 draft pick. Good first half of the season 7/10

2. TOM BELLCHAMBERS (11 games, 118 disposals, 29 marks, 23 tackles, 307 hit outs, 4 goals, 5 goal assists) – Bellcho just doesn’t give enough as a No 1 ruck who has been around for 11 years. Gets beaten by most rucks in the competition, and provides very little around the ground. Below average season which mirrors his career 4/10

3. DARCY PARISH (10 games, 218 disposals, 30 marks, 34 tackles, 6 goals, 6 goal assists) – Darce is having an improved season with regard to output and impact. With the arrival of Shiel, Darcy has had to work harder to get and maintain a spot in the team, which he is doing very well at this stage 6.5/10

4. KYLE LANGFORD (6 games, 111 disposals, 28 marks, 17 tackles, 6 goals, 1 goal assist) – KLangers has had an up and down half of the year with some bizarre episodes such as the ‘run past the ball to the interchange’ effort. Despite some ordinary efforts, he has done some good stuff too. But needs to lift a cog, and then consistently apply himself 5/10

5. DEVON SMITH (7 games, 127 disposals, 19 marks, 41 tackles, 3 goals, 5 goal assists) – Devo was hampered by injury before he succumbed to it. Season over. One wonders if we know what we’re doing in the injury management scheme of things. Wasn’t performing to his Crichton Medal best due to the obvious 5/10

6. JOE DANIHER (4 games, 51 disposals, 22 marks, 8 tackles, 16 hit outs, 7 goals, 2 goal assists) – JoeDan is just a cut & paste of last season. Need to cut & paste the comment for Dev Smith – “one wonders if we know what we’re doing in the injury management scheme of things”. Did perform well in the games he played in (bar one) 6/10

7. ZACH MERRETT (11 games, 318 disposals, 46 marks, 66 tackles, 2 goals, 5 goal assists) – Zachy is on track to better his disposal count on last season. Mr Consistent. High quality player. If he could add a string to his bow (by kicking more goals), he’d be right up there as a top of the range midfielder 8.5/10

8. MARTY GLEESON (0 games) – cut & paste from last season. He may get back onto the field in the 2nd half of the season. Fingers crossed, touch wood, pray hard N/A

9. DYLAN SHIEL (10 games, 279 disposals, 35 marks, 48 tackles, 2 goals, 7 goal assists) – had certainly added some quality into our midfield. His disposal at times is a bit iffy especially after a quick burst from a pack or when having a shot at goal on the run. If he can nail those shots (and improve his disposal), he’ll be a gun of the comp. Hadn’t missed a game to injury in the last 3 seasons. Until he came to us… 8.5/10

10. AARON FRANCIS (8 games, 100 disposals, 41 marks, 14 tackles, 2 goals, 6 goal assists) – Franger has been thrown around again this season due to the entire forward line structure crumbling to injury (again). He enjoys his best footy in defence, so he hasn’t had the impact he would normally have. Struggling up forward at the minute 5/10

11. DAVID ZAHARAKIS (10 games, 233 disposals, 54 marks, 32 tackles, 2 goals, 3 goal assists) – Zaka is just plodding along without having much of an impact on games. He is just ‘being involved’ rather than having an influence. By no means poor, but by no means very good 6/10

12. MARK BAGULEY (9 games, 89 disposals, 24 marks, 27 tackles, 10 goals, 5 goal assists) – does contribute in every game, but has minimal impact. He gives his all – there is no doubt about that. A great clubman and teammate. Would be a perfect foil in a very good team. We’re just not a very good team 6/10

13. ORAZIO FANTASIA (6 games, 86 disposals, 21 marks, 14 tackles, 12 goals, 3 goal assists) – Razz is just another cut & paste job from last season. Absolute jet when fit and firing. It’s just that he breaks down with the same ol’ type of injuries over and over again. Need to cut & paste the comment for Dev Smith – “one wonders if we know what we’re doing in the injury management scheme of things” 7/10

14. JORDAN RIDLEY (6 games, 89 disposals, 42 marks, 11 tackles, 0 goals, 3 goal assists) – Riddles was playing well before being sent back to the VFL. He looks the goods – competent, composed, and capable of playing 150+ good games 6/10

15. JAYDEN LAVERDE (2 games, 22 disposals, 7 marks, 10 tackles, 3 goals, 1 goal assist) – The green man is just another cut & paste job from last season. Cut & paste Devo’s comments – “one wonders if we know what we’re doing in the injury management scheme of things”. That said, his 2 games have been ok. A small sample, but he looks more at ease in the team 5/10

16. JOSH BEGLEY (3 games, 36 disposals, 10 marks, 7 tackles, 1 goal, 0 goal assists) – Fridge needs to just play footy – on a consistent basis. No more injuries, just play. Could have had a better contribution had he kicked straighter (has kicked 6 behinds) 4/10

17. JAMES STEWART (0 games) – another casualty of our fitness team N/A

18. MICHAEL HURLEY (11 games, 233 disposals, 91 marks, 6 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) – Hurls is travelling along in similar vein to Zaka – but marginally better. Not sure Hurls is hitting the same notes he did during his AA year. Looks a little off key at times. Still, he’s a very reliable defender 6.5/10

19. KOBE MUTCH (1 game, 0 disposals, 0 marks, 0 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) – TWAAANG! Just a minute into his first AFL game for the season, he’s ripped his hammy to shreds. Another one for the casualty ward at the Tullamarine High Performance Hospital 0/10

20. ZAC CLARKE (3 games, 26 disposals, 8 marks, 8 tackles, 35 hit outs, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) – Control. Alt. Delete 1/10

21. DYSON HEPPELL (11 games, 300 disposals, 58 marks, 33 tackles, 3 goals, 6 goal assists) – Dyso gives his all and is ultra-consistent. The same applies to him with regards to comments re: Zach Merrett. If he could nail more goals, he’d be elite 8.5/10

22. IRVING MOSQUITO (0 games) – certainly brings a buzz around the club. N/A

23. DAVID MYERS (6 games, 93 disposals, 12 marks, 17 tackles, 1 goal, 1 goal assist) – I’ve said what I’ve said about the Myth. It seems as though he has told the club that he wants to spend the rest of his days in the VFL trying to help our young kids. It’s an admirable thing to do, but it just highlights the selection committee’s weakness to draw a close to his career anyway. He’s a fine bloke - No question. He’s a great teammate - no doubt. But as I’ve always said, this is a football club, not a social club. 3/10

24. JORDAN HOULAHAN (0 games) – might well have taken mark of the year in the VFL. Doing some good things there…might see him in the seniors soon N/A

25. JAKE STRINGER (10 games, 134 disposals, 34 marks, 38 tackles, 16 goals, 6 goal assists) – Jakey was having a really good season until he twanged his hammy. Looks the most competent forward we have, and always makes something out of nothing. Gives his all 8/10

26. CALE HOOKER (8 games, 161 disposals, 66 marks, 8 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) – Hooks started the season late due to…well…injury. Has played well since returning, and is having an impact 7.5/10

27. MASON REDMAN (8 games, 124 disposals, 40 marks, 22 tackles, 0 goals, 1 goal assist) – The red man has been very good since returning to the seniors after a lengthy injury. Goes about his business with a great deal of intent, and has been very effective. Love his tenacity 7.5/10

28. MITCH BROWN (5 games, 74 disposals, 33 marks, 3 tackles, 7 goals, 2 goal assists) – The brown man copped an unlucky injury, and was playing well up to that point. He’s a handy player who will perform any task asked of him 6.5/10

29. PADDY AMBROSE (11 games, 100 disposals, 38 marks, 24 tackles, 1 goal, 1 goal assist) – a real solid defender who is playing well this season. Nothing spectacular, just does his job 7/10

30. BRANDON ZERK-THATCHER (0 games) – give him a game FFS N/A

31. N/A

32. NOAH GOWN (0 games) N/A

33. BRAYDEN HAM (2 games, 15 disposals, 4 marks, 9 tackles, 1 goal, 0 goal assists) – Bertocchi did well in his debut. Looks like he has a good temperament based on his coolness on debut 5/10

34. JAKE LONG (0 games) N/A

35. MATT GUELFI (10 games, 148 disposals, 34 marks, 35 tackles, 1 goal, 3 goal assists) – The Guelf has done extremely well so far this season. He has attacked contests with a lot of courage and has been rewarded for his efforts. Has had an impact on a number of games 7.5/10

36. MICHAEL HARTLEY (0 games) – Paddy Ambrose is keeping him out of the team N/A

37. DYLAN CLARKE (1 game, 23 disposals, 4 marks, 10 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) – played a ripping game for his only game this season so far. Shut down Paddy Cripps, and got plenty of the ball himself. 10 tackles shows the commitment to his task 9/10

38. SAM DRAPER (0 games) – was screaming GIVE HIM A GAME FFS before his season ending knee injury N/A

39. TRENT MYNOTT (0 games) – was playing extremely well in the VFL in the first few rounds N/A

40. WILL SNELLING (0 games) – Could be the next Jordan DeGoey N/A

41. BEN McNIECE (3 games, 30 disposals, 7 marks, 5 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) – yet to be convinced that he is AFL standard. Judging by the game v Tigers, he is miles from it 2/10

42. ADAM SAAD (11 games, 197 disposals, 33 marks, 42 tackles, 0 goals, 1 goal assist) – Mr Consistent keeps performing at a high standard. Has an amazing ability to close down an opponent from a 10 metre break, and then win the ball and get it going our way. Having a good season 8/10

43. ANTHONY WILLIAM WATSON McDONALD TIPUNGWUTI (11 games 119 disposals, 29 marks, 53 tackles, 19 goals, 7 goal assists) – Tippa / Walla seems to be having an up and down / hot and cold season. When on song, he’s brilliant. When not, he’s simply invisible. In saying that, he’s set to break his season bests in regards to goals and tackles 6.5/10

44. SHAUN McKERNAN (5 games, 51 disposals, 19 marks, 8 tackles, 34 hit outs, 5 goals, 0 goal assists) – Smack is another cut & paste from last season in regards to injuries. Will go high in the medical room best & fairest award. Since returning, has had minimal impact – mainly due to wet weather 4/10

45. CONOR McKENNA (11 games, 212 disposals, 29 marks, 10 tackles, 1 goal, 3 goal assists) – Irish has performed well so far this season. Works well in tandem with Saad, but teams may be putting more effort into those two to prevent our sling-shotting from defence 7/10

46. TOM JOK (0 games) N/A

47. N/A

48. N/A

49. MATT DEA (0 games) – 1st Floor, West Wing, Casualty Ward, Bed 49. Has since been discharged and looking to play some footy in the 2nd half of the season N/A

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING TEAM – Bloody woeful performance judging by our lack of preparation during the practice games, injuries during the off-season and at training during the season. The same ol’ injuries to the same ol’ players. GAGF 0/10

HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRE – The club is on top of the ladder in regards to CLANGERS in the competition. The same ol’ blunders keep on being manufactured at the Clanger Hangar / Fumble Factory 0/10
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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by F111 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:07 pm

76. Snelling....competent first showing in the VFL. Smith like...maybe.

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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by s'dreams » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:00 pm

Ben ... you're getting soft in your advancing years.

More than half of the best 25 have 7+ scores (13 players) in my mind, "good or "very good"
Just under half (12 players) have scores of 5-6.5 ... just OK to adequate
Only 3 or 4 are rated as poor.

We should be in the Eight then.

PS. Tippa comes in 2 versions... one scores an 8.5-9 and is a match winning game changer. The other scores a consistent 3 and looks bored. You never know which one you are going to get on the day.

PPS. If we don't throw some serious coin at Adelaide's O'Brien (I reckon $450K and organizing his transfer to Melb Uni to complete his medical degree) we would be dumb.
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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by BenDoolan » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:33 pm

s'dreams wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:00 pm
Ben ... you're getting soft in your advancing years.

More than half of the best 25 have 7+ scores (13 players) in my mind, "good or "very good"
Just under half (12 players) have scores of 5-6.5 ... just OK to adequate
Only 3 or 4 are rated as poor.

We should be in the Eight then.

PS. Tippa comes in 2 versions... one scores an 8.5-9 and is a match winning game changer. The other scores a consistent 3 and looks bored. You never know which one you are going to get on the day.

PPS. If we don't throw some serious coin at Adelaide's O'Brien (I reckon $450K and organizing his transfer to Melb Uni to complete his medical degree) we would be dumb.
Don’t think you can correlate player scores and ladder position at all. Dylan Clarke (for example) has only played one game and got a 9/10. Means nothing when the team has played 11 games...

And if you score players from top 8 teams, you’ll probably find the majority of them would be 8/10 and above.

It’s all subjective. Score away, if you may...
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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by Western Red » Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:20 pm

And the coach?? Whats his score??

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Post by BenDoolan » Tue Jun 11, 2019 8:09 pm

Western Red wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:20 pm
And the coach?? Whats his score??
THE COACH (5 wins, 6 losses) - coaching the players to play the way they wanna play. He has managed to get the team going after an unconscious start to the season. As a chemist, he’s doing everything he can to get the chemistry right. He’s done something extraordinary - coach a team that beat a wooden spooner (something this club has rarely done this century). Doing a pretty good job despite half the list in ICU. Has performed better than at the same stage last year 8.5/10
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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by nudder12 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:43 pm

As usual, a decent summary BD.
I could only disagree with some of the ratings you gave. And mostly only slightly.
TBC - 5. I think he's been serviceable.
Langford - 6. Again, he's done OK.
Merrett - 8. For my thinking, just not as damaging as he has been before.
Hurley - 7. Purely as a comparison to Zaharakis, he's significantly better.
Heppell - 8. Like Merrett, not damaging enough.
Hooker - 8. Has been doing all we could ask.
Redman - 8. Has been doing all we can ask.
Brown - 8. Was playing his role really well until injury. I think we've missed him more than most realise.
Ambrose - 7.5. Again, performing his role very well. But could add a slightly more offensive element to his game.
McNiece - 4. Doesn't offer much, but I think he's another of the "role players" like Ambrose & Brown.
Saad - 8.5. Reckon he'd be close to leading B&F. Barely put a foot wrong.
Worsfold - my jury is out, and would need a seperate thread to explain. He's either a 3 or a 8.

Houlahan - really hoping he can be consistent with his best form and press for a senior spot.
BZT - I haven't seen a lot of him, but according to reports is a likely type, but where would he fit into the Senior team at the moment?
Mynott - see my comments about Houlahan.

Kind of interesting thinking about all of this. I was aware that I upscaled a lot of the ratings, but soon realised they were mostly our defenders. Which I think is realistic because our defence has been pretty decent I think. It's the forward half where we really struggle, and obviously a lot of that is due to injury.

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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by Windy_Hill » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:03 pm

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly


The Good

Paddy Ambrose....has gone about his job very impressively and has been without a doubt our quiet achiever. Very rarely lets his opponent off the chain and has been a rock along with Hooker, allowing Hurley to play the sweeping role.

Matt Guelfi....for all his boy band looks, he is a fierce competitor who never gives up. Often he will apply 2 or more efforts at every contest. Will only get better in my opinion

Jake Stringer...a contested ball beast at the centre bounce and an X factor up forward...having his best season since his 2015 breakout year at the Dogs

Mason Redman...now I know why we kept him for so long. Looks like a player and has arguably the best disposal by foot in the team.

Dylan Shiel...has not disappointed and should only get better with time...provided some fantastic breakaway runs out of the middle. Disposal is dodgey but can live with that for now

Andrew McGrath...still finding his feet in the middle but has shown he is up to the challenge. Not a superstar and McCluggage may prove to be the better player from his draft alumni. Nevertheless a future captain and inspiration.

Darcy Parish...now that Myers has been sent to purgatory, Darcy is finally getting his chance to be the hard at it rover who has responded with aplomb. Still small physically, he nevertheless is highly tenancious and never gives an inch at the contest. A Daisy Williams type in game style and looks. Having his breakout year for sure

Shout out to Hooker, Heppell, Saad and Merrett.


The Bad

Anthony McDonald Tippungwuti...perhaps delivery into the forward line can be blamed for his horrible inconsistency. A seven goal kicker one week, barely sighted the next. Can’t deny his “behind the scenes” efforts but even so, this year he appears almost disinterested on occasions. Needs to find a way to get involved more often as when he does, he is undeniably effective. Must find consistency

David Zaharakis...still gets the ball often enough but is largely underwhelming when he does. Been the issue with Zaharakis for a decade. Looks a footballer but rarely troubles the scorer or the opposition.

Michael Hurley....had a couple of very solid games but is largely unaccountable. Yes, he has been granted a license to roam but his disposal is often without thought and regularly bombs the ball long out of defence with a hope rather than a purpose. I expect better from a player of his quality. Being judged harshly based on high expectations.

Connor McKenna...have the opposition worked him out? Seems to be decidedly less potent as a run and carry player this year compared to past seasons. I would like to see him become more defensively effective rather than being purely an attacking defender. Needs to apply his pace in run down tackles, smothers and pressure efforts far more often than is currently the case

The Ugly

Joe Daniher...another wasted season and we may now have to expect that Joe’s best is behind him. Destined to be an enigma on the back of two injury cruelled seasons. Take a bow Justin Crow

Dev Smith....another mismanaged injury has wrecked the season of our current B&F. We sorely miss his pressure and tackling. Hopefully will get his knee sorted and come back better than before

David Myers...will likely never play AFL level again which is to be honest, a relief.

Orazio Fantasia...his constant injury issues are now officially a problem. Can’t seem to string 5 games together at the moment and his by-play with Walla is a critical element missing from the forward line. With Raz, Joe and Walla either missing or out of form that is potentially 100 goals gone missing.

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Post by Windy_Hill » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:19 pm

Just want to add one more thought on David Myers. I have been very critical of him for a long time. I just want to state that this has nothing to do with him personally. By all accounts a very much liked team man who has fought hard through constant injury just to reach the highest level of the game. His respect has been earned and I tip my hat to him for achieving something that 99% of young kids don’t.

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Re: 2019 Half Season Report Card

Post by Windy Hille » Fri Jun 14, 2019 7:06 am

My rankings...

1. ANDREW McGRATH (11 games, 236 disposals, 40 marks, 32 tackles, 5 goals, 6 goal assists) – 7.5/10

2. TOM BELLCHAMBERS (11 games, 118 disposals, 29 marks, 23 tackles, 307 hit outs, 4 goals, 5 goal assists) 5.5/10

3. DARCY PARISH (10 games, 218 disposals, 30 marks, 34 tackles, 6 goals, 6 goal assists) 7.5/10

4. KYLE LANGFORD (6 games, 111 disposals, 28 marks, 17 tackles, 6 goals, 1 goal assist) 6.5/10

5. DEVON SMITH (7 games, 127 disposals, 19 marks, 41 tackles, 3 goals, 5 goal assists) 5/10

6. JOE DANIHER (4 games, 51 disposals, 22 marks, 8 tackles, 16 hit outs, 7 goals, 2 goal assists) 6.5/10

7. ZACH MERRETT (11 games, 318 disposals, 46 marks, 66 tackles, 2 goals, 5 goal assists) 8.5/10

9. DYLAN SHIEL (10 games, 279 disposals, 35 marks, 48 tackles, 2 goals, 7 goal assists) 9/10

10. AARON FRANCIS (8 games, 100 disposals, 41 marks, 14 tackles, 2 goals, 6 goal assists) 5/10

11. DAVID ZAHARAKIS (10 games, 233 disposals, 54 marks, 32 tackles, 2 goals, 3 goal assists) 6/10

12. MARK BAGULEY (9 games, 89 disposals, 24 marks, 27 tackles, 10 goals, 5 goal assists) 6.5/10

13. ORAZIO FANTASIA (6 games, 86 disposals, 21 marks, 14 tackles, 12 goals, 3 goal assists) 7/10

14. JORDAN RIDLEY (6 games, 89 disposals, 42 marks, 11 tackles, 0 goals, 3 goal assists) 5/10

15. JAYDEN LAVERDE (2 games, 22 disposals, 7 marks, 10 tackles, 3 goals, 1 goal assist) 4/10

16. JOSH BEGLEY (3 games, 36 disposals, 10 marks, 7 tackles, 1 goal, 0 goal assists) 4/10

18. MICHAEL HURLEY (11 games, 233 disposals, 91 marks, 6 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) 8/10

20. ZAC CLARKE (3 games, 26 disposals, 8 marks, 8) 1/10

21. DYSON HEPPELL (11 games, 300 disposals, 58 marks, 33 tackles, 3 goals, 6 goal assists) 9/10

23. DAVID MYERS (6 games, 93 disposals, 12 marks, 17 tackles, 1 goal, 1 goal assist) 4/10

25. JAKE STRINGER (10 games, 134 disposals, 34 marks, 38 tackles, 16 goals, 6 goal assists) 8/10

26. CALE HOOKER (8 games, 161 disposals, 66 marks, 8 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) 8/10

27. MASON REDMAN (8 games, 124 disposals, 40 marks, 22 tackles, 0 goals, 1 goal assist) 8/10

28. MITCH BROWN (5 games, 74 disposals, 33 marks, 3 tackles, 7 goals, 2 goal assists) 6.5/10

29. PADDY AMBROSE (11 games, 100 disposals, 38 marks, 24 tackles, 1 goal, 1 goal assist) 8/10

33. BRAYDEN HAM (2 games, 15 disposals, 4 marks, 9 tackles, 1 goal, 0 goal assists) 6/10

35. MATT GUELFI (10 games, 148 disposals, 34 marks, 35 tackles, 1 goal, 3 goal assists) 8/10

37. DYLAN CLARKE (1 game, 23 disposals, 4 marks, 10 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) 9.5/10

41. BEN McNIECE (3 games, 30 disposals, 7 marks, 5 tackles, 0 goals, 0 goal assists) 6/10

42. ADAM SAAD (11 games, 197 disposals, 33 marks, 42 tackles, 0 goals, 1 goal) 8.5/10

43. ANTHONY WILLIAM WATSON McDONALD TIPUNGWUTI (11 games 119 disposals, 29 marks, 53 tackles, 19 goals, 7 goal assists) 7/10

44. SHAUN McKERNAN (5 games, 51 disposals, 19 marks, 8 tackles, 34 hit outs, 5 goals, 0 goal assists) 5.5/10

45. CONOR McKENNA (11 games, 212 disposals, 29 marks, 10 tackles, 1 goal, 3 goal assists) 8.5/10

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