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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:50 am 
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Playing list...

Primary list: 40
Rookie list: 4
Cat B Int. Rookie: 1

02. Paddy Dow 16/10/99 (2017 ND#3)
04. Loch O’Brien 18/9/99 (2017 ND#10)
12. Tom DeKoning 16/7/99 (2017 ND#30)
19. Angus Schumacher 16/3/99 (2017 ND#70)
31. Tom Williamson 12/12/98 (2016 ND#61)
36. Patrick Kerr 31/7/98 (2016 ND#65)
25. Zac Fisher 15/6/98 (2016 ND#27)
42. Kym LeBois 31/5/98 (2016 RD#5)
26. Harrison Macreadie 11/4/98 (2016 ND#47)
29. Cameron Polson 11/3/98 (2016 ND#59)
05. Sam Petrevski-Seton 19/2/98 (2016 ND#6)
10. Harry McKay 24/12/97 (2015 ND#10)
01. Jack Silvagni 17/12/97 (2015 ND F/S #53)
23. Jacob Weitering 23/11/97 (2015 ND#1)
07. Matthew Kennedy 6/4/97 (2015 ND#13 GWS, 2017 Tr.P)
28. David Cuningham 30/3/97 (2015 ND#23)
30. Charlie Curnow 3/2/97 (2015 ND#12)
45. Cillian McDaid 1/1/97 (2017 Int.Rookie)
40. Jesse Glass-McCasker 3/1/97 (2015 RD#1)
22. Caleb Marchbank 7/12/96 (2014 ND#6 GWS, 2016 Tr.P)
33. Jarred Pickett 18/8/96 (2014 ND#4 GWS, 2016 Tr.P)
21. Jarrod Garlett 3/5/96 (2014 ND#15 GC, 2017 ND#78)
16. Darcy Lang 21/11/95 (2013 ND#11 Geel, 2017 Tr.P)
09. Patrick Cripps 18/3/95 (2013 ND#13)
38. Ciaran Byrne 1/1/95 (2013 RD#64)
20. Lachie Plowman 11//9/94 (2012 ND#3 GWS, 2015 Tr.P)
32. Nicholas Graham 12/6/94 (2012 ND#54)
15. Sam Docherty 17/10/93 (2011 ND#12 Bris, 2013 Tr.P)
11. Sam Kerridge 26//4/93 (2011 ND#27 ADEL, 2015 Tr.P)
13. Jed Lamb 19//10/92 (2010 ND#21 SYD, 2014 PSD#1 GWS, 2015 Tr.P)
24. Cam O’Shea 13/3/92 (2010 ND#52 P.Adel, 2017 PSD#1)
37. Matt Shaw 5/2/92 (2010 U/18 selection GCS, 2017 RD#3)
18. Aaron Mullett 23/2/92 (2011 RD#34, 2012 ND#91, 2017 DFA)
34. Andrew Phillips 3/7/91 (2010 RD#4 GWS, 2012 ND#97 GWS, 2015 Tr.P)
14. Liam Jones 24/2/91 (2008 ND#32 WB, 2014 Tr.P)
41. Levi Casboult 15/3/90 (2009 RD#44, 2012 ND #89)
46. Matthew Wright 14/12/89 (2009 RD#33 Ade, 2011 ND#82 Ade, 2015 DFA)
35. Edward Curnow 7/11/89 (2010 RD#18, 2013 ND#89)
08. Matthew Kreuzer 13/5/89 (2007 ND PP #1)
27. Matthew Lobbe 12/2/89 (2007 ND#16 PA, 2017 Tr.P)
44. Alex Silvagni 29/9/87 (2009 RD#24, 2010 ND#109, 2016 RD#23)
03. Marc Murphy 19/7/87 (2005 ND PP #1)
39. Dale Thomas 21/6/87 (2005 PP ND #2 Coll, 2013 FA)
17. Sam Rowe 19/11/87 (2011 ND#44)
06. Kade Simpson 5/5/84 (2002 ND #45)

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 Post subject: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 10:47 am 
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I think 7 players on the edge either by others surpassing them, retirement or delisting by not getting senior games.
Graham
Kerridge
Lamb
Casboult
Phillips
Thomas
Rowe

Simpson to hopefully go on again if form permits.

5 or 6 more changes next year which will be the last of the turn over for SOS to make.


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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 12:30 pm 
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After the draft SOS seemed to indicate that this was the last year of mass rebuild, don't expect 13/14 delistings-retirements end of 2018. However, 7-8 is certainly on the cards as listed above and noting that Slimmo can't go on forever and must be taken year by year at this stage of his career.


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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 1:24 pm 
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Casboult and Phillips both contracted for 2019. I suspect they’ll be safe beyond next year.

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 8:53 pm 
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We can now fill both our seniors and VFL sides with the right players in the right positions. And the beauty is that many of them are young and talented.

The nuff nuffs out there will still bag us out, but you'd have to have rocks in your head to not see what it is we're building with this group.

The building blocks for a successful era are there. The defence is set, the midfield group has genuine depth (despite the Gibbs hit), and we now have a good mix of tall, medium and small forwards.

As SOS said, the key will now be let this group play and develop as a unit. The great teams of recent times (such as the Cats and Hawks) did this and it's a very good reason they're still in amongst it today. The work of the list management group is almost done, it's now up to the coaches and development team to get this group to the level required.

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 10:40 pm 
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Wow...Paddy Dow was born after the 99 prelim

I feel old.....

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 1:04 am 
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CK95 wrote:
Wow...Paddy Dow was born after the 99 prelim

I feel old.....

Tell me about it.
Some of us can remember getting excited when Barass came over in 64.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 3:05 pm 
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Scary....

I remember when Don Bourke was popular.... Or Rolf Harris.....


Sorry... Too soon?

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 4:55 pm 
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Players 21yo & under = 22

Players 22yo to 29yo = 18

Players 30yo & over = 5

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:08 pm 
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CK95 wrote:
Wow...Paddy Dow was born after the 99 prelim

I feel old.....


37 years after to be precise

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 9:14 pm 
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Rexy wrote:
Players 21yo & under = 22

Players 22yo to 29yo = 18

Players 30yo & over = 5


Should look at 25 or less


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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 11:49 pm 
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99prelim wrote:
CK95 wrote:
Wow...Paddy Dow was born after the 99 prelim

I feel old.....


37 years after to be precise

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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 11:32 am 
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Looks like we really shored up our outside run in 2017 as Bolton wished. We'll probably have another couple of years of early picks before all these young guns mature to add some more elite talent to our midfield.

Looking at the way SOS built that powerful GWS midfield he used first rounders on Kelly, Coniglio, Whitfield, Adams, Greene as well as signing Scully, Ward, Treloar and Shiel. Looks like he uses the lower picks on flankers, third talls etc.

He's done similar since he's been with us, using first rounders on SPS, Dow, Cuningham and O'Brien while preferring to use later picks on guys like Williamson, Macreadie, Polson etc.

I can see us adding another two mids with elite talent before our crop of 2015 draftees mature and take us up the ladder in 2020.


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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:26 pm 
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Sin City wrote:
Looks like we really shored up our outside run in 2017 as Bolton wished. We'll probably have another couple of years of early picks before all these young guns mature to add some more elite talent to our midfield.

Looking at the way SOS built that powerful GWS midfield he used first rounders on Kelly, Coniglio, Whitfield, Adams, Greene as well as signing Scully, Ward, Treloar and Shiel. Looks like he uses the lower picks on flankers, third talls etc.

He's done similar since he's been with us, using first rounders on SPS, Dow, Cuningham and O'Brien while preferring to use later picks on guys like Williamson, Macreadie, Polson etc.

I can see us adding another two mids with elite talent before our crop of 2015 draftees mature and take us up the ladder in 2020.


2020...sheez!

Why not 2019 or even next year for a decent ladder climb?


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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 7:22 pm 
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CK95 wrote:
Wow...Paddy Dow was born after the 99 prelim

I feel old.....


Damn I have a kid older than that, .............. Grandpa....


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 Post subject: Re: List Management 2018
PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:49 am 
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Sin City wrote:
Looks like we really shored up our outside run in 2017 as Bolton wished. We'll probably have another couple of years of early picks before all these young guns mature to add some more elite talent to our midfield.

Looking at the way SOS built that powerful GWS midfield he used first rounders on Kelly, Coniglio, Whitfield, Adams, Greene as well as signing Scully, Ward, Treloar and Shiel. Looks like he uses the lower picks on flankers, third talls etc.

He's done similar since he's been with us, using first rounders on SPS, Dow, Cuningham and O'Brien while preferring to use later picks on guys like Williamson, Macreadie, Polson etc.

I can see us adding another two mids with elite talent before our crop of 2015 draftees mature and take us up the ladder in 2020.

Now let's see if they are actually allowed to run and carry.
Our game plan for two years has been up and back, down the wings to a contest and kick to a crowded forward line hoping for a big mark or a goal from the spillage.
Those rare occasions we ran the ball through the corridor shocked the opposition so much they actually worked a treat.
We look to have the cattle for a plan A and plan B, which the great Brisbane team had under Leigh Matthews. Try A and if it isn't working, go to B.
I am always optimistic that next year will be a big improvement on last year. Sometimes I am disappointed, sometimes not.
Next year we have to make some sort of statement, even if we only jump a few places and show the competition our list is coming for them.

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Is the end of 2018 when we go after a 'big fish'? Will we even need a big fish?


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:03 am 
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Stone Free wrote:
Is the end of 2018 when we go after a 'big fish'? Will we even need a big fish?

http://m.afl.com.au/news/2017-09-06/201 ... nster-list

There's a few there. Gaff or Sloane would be good additions to our midfield.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:23 pm 
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billc3 wrote:
Scary....

I remember when Don Bourke was popular.... Or Rolf Harris.....


Sorry... Too soon?

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Id be gunning for Tom Lynch.

We should have plenty in the cap too, wouldn't Murphy be on veterans list by then?

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