Crichton Medal 2019

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Crichton Medal 2019

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Top 10 predictions...

1. Zach Merrett
2. Dylan Shiel
3. Adam Saad
4. Dyson Heppell
5. Darcy Parish
6. Andrew McGrath
7. Jake Stringer
8. Conor McKenna
9. Mason Redman
10. Anthony William Watson McDonald-Tipungwuti

Other award predictions...

Most Courageous: Paddy Ambrose

Best Clubman: David Myers

Most Improved: Mason Redman

Best First Year Player: Brayden Ham
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1. Stringer
2. Saad
3. Merrett
4. Shiel
5. Ambrose
6. Walla
7. McGrath
8 Parish
9. Heppell
10. McKenna

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Best First year player - Z Clarke.
dices ad adepto futui (tell them to f*** off)

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s'dreams wrote:
Thu Sep 19, 2019 2:18 pm
Best First year player - Z Clarke.
Ouch,that stings! :-&

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s'dreams wrote:
Thu Sep 19, 2019 2:18 pm
Best First year player - Z Clarke.
Do they have an award for Best Last Year Player?

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There’s no clear winner this year.

Very close between Merrett, Shiel, Stringer and Saad imo.

McKenna might be a smokey. He’s had a very good, consistent year.

Most improved should be between Parish and Redman.

1. Shiel
2. Merrett
3. Saad
4. Stringer
5. McKenna
6. Heppell
7. Parish
8. McGrath
9. Hurley
10. McDonald-Tipungwuti

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#2 for #7. =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>
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Stringer not in the Top 10? Interesting

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1 – Zach Merrett (427 votes)

2 – Dylan Shiel (389)

3 – Adam Saad (376)

4 – Conor McKenna (361)

5 – Dyson Heppell (353)

6 – Andrew McGrath (351)

7 – Patrick Ambrose (324)

8 – Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (321)

9 – Darcy Parish (313)

10 – Michael Hurley (307)

The voting system involves Essendon’s six AFL coaches rating each player’s performance between zero and five for each game. The maximum votes a player can receive from one game is 30.

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Damn, totally forgot it was on tonight #-o

Great stuff Zachy Merrett. Quality player. Should be skipper one day.

I nailed the top 3. Conor McKenna 4th is a great effort.

Got 8/10 in the top 10.

In other awards...

PADDY AMBROSE - Most Courageous

DAVID ZAHARAKIS - Best Clubman

MASON REDMAN - Most Improved
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got 9 out of the 10 but my selection for the winner didnt even make the top 10

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Windy_Hill wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:31 am
got 9 out of the 10 but my selection for the winner didnt even make the top 10
Says that the coaches either thought he could have done a lot more OR he wasn't following team instructions very well.

PS for anyone who attended (yes Daisy, I am thinking of you) was JD in attendance? Oh... Just checked on Bomberblitz and based on a bad photo of JD on the (ahem) red and black carpet, there is specculation he is leaving because posters cannot tell if he is wearing the EFC tie or not (about 100 posts, some serious, I kid you not) :-s
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s'dreams wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 7:46 am
Windy_Hill wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:31 am
got 9 out of the 10 but my selection for the winner didnt even make the top 10
Says that the coaches either thought he could have done a lot more OR he wasn't following team instructions very well.

PS for anyone who attended (yes Daisy, I am thinking of you) was JD in attendance? Oh... Just checked on Bomberblitz and based on a bad photo of JD on the (ahem) red and black carpet, there is specculation he is leaving because posters cannot tell if he is wearing the EFC tie or not (about 100 posts, some serious, I kid you not) :-s
I have only been to one of these nights...a very long time ago....as much as i love the Club...it had to be one of the most BORING nights of my life!
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I watched the live stream and it was like watching a year 12 production of the Brownlow count.

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I got 9.

Fantastic stuff from Zed Merrett =D>

Awesome finish by Con Air McKenna vingertje

Good to see Mace Redman win Most Improved. Terrific season.

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Daisy..1 wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 3:08 pm
s'dreams wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 7:46 am
Windy_Hill wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:31 am
got 9 out of the 10 but my selection for the winner didnt even make the top 10
Says that the coaches either thought he could have done a lot more OR he wasn't following team instructions very well.

PS for anyone who attended (yes Daisy, I am thinking of you) was JD in attendance? Oh... Just checked on Bomberblitz and based on a bad photo of JD on the (ahem) red and black carpet, there is specculation he is leaving because posters cannot tell if he is wearing the EFC tie or not (about 100 posts, some serious, I kid you not) :-s
I have only been to one of these nights...a very long time ago....as much as i love the Club...it had to be one of the most BORING nights of my life!
I must admit Daisy,I found my Club’s Butcher Medal Night a little bit trying.Despite it being declared The Players’ night,the boys were a little bit over the top.Not wildly excessive,but it got a bit much at times,especially for older folk me reckons!

After the presentations,things settled down to a better tone,with conversations aplenty on Hopefully how our Club can be just that extra bit better onfield.

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grassy1 wrote:
Mon Oct 07, 2019 12:02 am
Daisy..1 wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 3:08 pm
s'dreams wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 7:46 am
Windy_Hill wrote:
Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:31 am
got 9 out of the 10 but my selection for the winner didnt even make the top 10
Says that the coaches either thought he could have done a lot more OR he wasn't following team instructions very well.

PS for anyone who attended (yes Daisy, I am thinking of you) was JD in attendance? Oh... Just checked on Bomberblitz and based on a bad photo of JD on the (ahem) red and black carpet, there is specculation he is leaving because posters cannot tell if he is wearing the EFC tie or not (about 100 posts, some serious, I kid you not) :-s
I have only been to one of these nights...a very long time ago....as much as i love the Club...it had to be one of the most BORING nights of my life!
I must admit Daisy,I found my Club’s Butcher Medal Night a little bit trying.Despite it being declared The Players’ night,the boys were a little bit over the top.Not wildly excessive,but it got a bit much at times,especially for older folk me reckons!

After the presentations,things settled down to a better tone,with conversations aplenty on Hopefully how our Club can be just that extra bit better onfield.
Grassy, did you ever end up finding out from your long time friend about the story with Willie?

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Nah,the conversations were solely centred around us that night,mate.

Willie was as far away as Pluto and for now,probably will be.

7WestCoastMedia will give us their Cinstant BULLSHIT,but nothing will Free Willie here. :roll:

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Most inspirational person...………………McDonald/Tippa would it be possible for Walla to teach several of our players about humility, good grace and appreciation. This bloke has more ticker than most of the team. Heart, it is the beginning of everything.
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