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Round 22 Leaderboard

Our Competition Leader is Michael with a total score of 130 and with a total margin of 461. :D B)

Then Dean also on 130 Points Followed By Deltaluva2 & Anita on 129 Points

1 Michael Knowles
2 Dean Bennett
3 deltaluva2
4 Anita
5 Mei
6 Ninafan
7 Rise Up Stiffy
8 Patrick Lijnders
9 Rhedyn *
10 ChristinaBerliBabbey
11 Matt Kwan
12 Hannah Clark
13 Evelyn
14 Nick Burge
15 johnson
16 Boden Ebery
17 Alicia Turner
18 Carley Swan

Round 23 Matches

Fri 26 Aug 8:40 pm Fremantle v Collingwood Patersons Stadium
Sat 27 Aug 2:10 pm Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs MCG
Sat 27 Aug 2:10 pm Geelong v Sydney Swans Skilled Stadium
Sat 27 Aug 7:10 pm St Kilda v North Melbourne Etihad Stadium
Sat 27 Aug 7:10 pm Brisbane Lions v West Coast Eagles Gabba
Sun 28 Aug 1:10 pm Adelaide v Richmond AAMI Stadium
Sun 28 Aug 2:10 pm Melbourne v Gold Coast MCG
Sun 28 Aug 4:40 pm Essendon v Port Adelaide Etihad Stadium

BYE: Carlton

Good Luck with Round 23 Tips B) ^_^
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damn, I've fallen. I need to tip the next 2 rounds perfectly.

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damn, I've fallen. I need to tip the next 2 rounds perfectly.

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We continue tipping all the way to the Grand Final so there is still plenty of time ;)

Edited by Deanomachino, 23 August 2011 - 01:41 PM.

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oh that's good then

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Geelong forward Cameron Mooney confirmed this morning that he would retire at the end of the season.

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Hawthorn have re-signed coach Alastair Clarkson for an additional three years, extending his contract through until the end of 2014.
Currently in his seventh season at Hawthorn, Clarkson had been in protracted contact talks and had also been been linked with Adelaide and Melbourne, who are looking for head coaches after the respective exits of Neil Craig and Dean Bailey.

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I've noticed in a lot of the celeb tipping, people are going for Nth
Who watched the footy show last night?

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Round 23 Results

This week's winner is Alicia Turner with a score of 7 and a round margin of 2. The game's margin was 80.

Congratulations Alicia :) :D

32 Whopper Vouchers have been given out in Our AFL Competition B)

1 Alicia Turner
2 Matt Kwan
3 Dean Bennett
4 Patrick Lijnders
5 Hannah Clark
6 Rise Up Stiffy
7 Mei
8 Nick Burge
9 Michael Knowles
10 Carley Swan
11 Ninafan
12 Evelyn
13 Boden Ebery
14 deltaluva2
15 Anita
16 Rhedyn *
17 johnson
18 ChristinaBerliBabbey

Comp Tip Stats

This report displays the site wide split between teams tipped as a % for each match of a given round (excluding default tips). The winning team is indicated in Bold

Fremantle 0% - 100% Collingwood
Hawthorn 100% - 0% Western Bulldogs
Geelong 94% - 6% Sydney Swans
St Kilda 71% - 29% North Melbourne
Brisbane Lions 6% - 94% West Coast Eagles
Adelaide 76% - 24% Richmond
Melbourne 100% - 0% Gold Coast
Essendon 100% - 0% Port Adelaide
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bad week for tipping, don't know what happened to Essendon (I did tip them to win).
They finally woke up in the final quarter.

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Edited by aussiemusiclover, 28 August 2011 - 09:41 PM.

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Round 23 Leaderboard

Our Competition Leader is Dean with a total score of 137 and with a total margin of 567. :D B)

Then Michael on 136 Points Followed By Deltaluva2, Mei, Renee & Anita on 134 Points

1 Dean Bennett
2 Michael Knowles
3 deltaluva2
4 Mei
5 Ninafan
6 Anita
7 Patrick Lijnders
8 Rise Up Stiffy
9 Rhedyn *
10 Matt Kwan
11 Hannah Clark
12 ChristinaBerliBabbey
13 Evelyn
14 Nick Burge
15 johnson
16 Boden Ebery
17 Alicia Turner
18 Carley Swan

Round 24 Matches

Fri 02 Sep 7:40 pm Collingwood v Geelong MCG
Sat 03 Sep 1:10 pm Gold Coast v Hawthorn Metricon Stadium
Sat 03 Sep 2:10 pm Western Bulldogs v Fremantle Etihad Stadium
Sat 03 Sep 4:10 pm Sydney Swans v Brisbane Lions SCG
Sat 03 Sep 7:10 pm Carlton v St Kilda MCG
Sat 03 Sep 7:10 pm West Coast Eagles v Adelaide Patersons Stadium
Sun 04 Sep 3:10 pm Port Adelaide v Melbourne AAMI Stadium
Sun 04 Sep 4:40 pm Richmond v North Melbourne Etihad Stadium

BYE: Essendon

Good Luck with Round 24 Tips B) ^_^

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AFL 2011 makes history

29/8/2011 4:50 PM

Bren O'Brien

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The 2011 AFL season is set to be one for the record books, with two notable statistical occurrences, including the first time in 81 years a team has finished on exactly 100 per cent.
Essendon's seven-point win over Port Adelaide on Sunday means the Bombers end the 2011 season on exactly 100 per cent having scored and conceded 2217 points in their 22 games.
It is the first time this has occurred in the AFL/VFL since 1930, when South Melbourne finished with nine wins and nine losses and 1553 points in both the for and against column.


Magpies fans might take it as an omen that in that year Collingwood defeated Geelong in a Grand Final.
The only other previous instance of a team having an identical for and against record in terms of scores was in 1916, when Collingwood scored and conceded 803 points in a 12-match season.
The Magpies finished second of the four teams competing that year, which was notable for the fact Fitzroy won the wooden spoon and the Grand Final in the same year.
The other, perhaps more relevant, statistical point is that with the top four now confirmed, it will be the first time in 55 years that the top four finishers are the past four teams to win a premiership.
Collingwood (2010), Geelong (2009 and 2007), Hawthorn (2008) and West Coast (2006) fill the top four spots.
The last time that happened was back in 1956 when Melbourne (1955), Collingwood (1953), Geelong (1951 and 1952) and Footscray (1954) filled the top four. Melbourne won the flag that year, the second of three straight and five in six years for the Demons.

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After 40 years of ABC sports coverage, Roger Wills will call his last AFL match this weekend at a venue with a very special place in his heart.
He will be at Adelaide Oval when Port Adelaide faces Melbourne.
In 1971, Brisbane-born Roger Wills joined the ABC as a trainee and went on to be part of the country's greatest sporting achievements, without having to set foot on the playing field.
He has been one of the voices of the ABC's basketball, netball, cricket, hockey, soccer, rugby union, rugby league and Australian Rules football coverage.
Roger Wills has covered Commonwealth and Olympic Games, but thinks the time has come to move aside from the microphone.
"The policemen get younger and the football gets quicker," he laughed.
"I think it's important that it is time to go and to give someone else an opportunity."
But he plans to be back in November at Adelaide Oval as a spectator celebrating the centenary of the Oval's heritage scoreboard.

There is a feature article on Roger at the ABC website: http://www.abc.net.a...ort&section=afl

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AFL 2011 makes history

29/8/2011 4:50 PM

Bren O'Brien

Sportal


The 2011 AFL season is set to be one for the record books, with two notable statistical occurrences, including the first time in 81 years a team has finished on exactly 100 per cent.
Essendon's seven-point win over Port Adelaide on Sunday means the Bombers end the 2011 season on exactly 100 per cent having scored and conceded 2217 points in their 22 games.
It is the first time this has occurred in the AFL/VFL since 1930, when South Melbourne finished with nine wins and nine losses and 1553 points in both the for and against column.


Magpies fans might take it as an omen that in that year Collingwood defeated Geelong in a Grand Final.
The only other previous instance of a team having an identical for and against record in terms of scores was in 1916, when Collingwood scored and conceded 803 points in a 12-match season.
The Magpies finished second of the four teams competing that year, which was notable for the fact Fitzroy won the wooden spoon and the Grand Final in the same year.
The other, perhaps more relevant, statistical point is that with the top four now confirmed, it will be the first time in 55 years that the top four finishers are the past four teams to win a premiership.
Collingwood (2010), Geelong (2009 and 2007), Hawthorn (2008) and West Coast (2006) fill the top four spots.
The last time that happened was back in 1956 when Melbourne (1955), Collingwood (1953), Geelong (1951 and 1952) and Footscray (1954) filled the top four. Melbourne won the flag that year, the second of three straight and five in six years for the Demons.

http://www.sportal.c...-history-135982


wow, thanks for those mate

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Collingwood premiership player Leigh Brown and Sydney premiership player Tadgh Kennelly have both revealed they will retire at the end of the season.

The AFL has released the week-one finals indicative schedule.
Hawthorn and Geelong will clash in the second qualifying final at the MCG on Friday night, September 9.
Collingwood will host West Coast at the MCG in the first qualifying final on Saturday afternoon, September 10.
St Kilda and Sydney will clash in the elimination final on Saturday night with the venue yet to be decided. If the Saints lose to Carlton and the Swans beat Brisbane this weekend, then Sydney will host the final. Then the AFL will have to wait for the week one finals schedule of the NRL before deciding if the Swans-Saints clash will be held at the SCG or ANZ Stadium at Homebush.
Sunday afternoon will feature the blockbuster Carlton-Essendon elimination final at the MCG.

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:( I'm going to miss the swans' final :( :( :(

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I never expected Geelong to win, but I'm very happy that they did

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:( I'm going to miss the swans' final :( :( :(

Why? What if the Swans host the final in Sydney?

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HOLLA! Love all the Essendon people in here haha.

Also I hate Sydney. But I love Mei :) haha

nawww I didn't see this til now :) but I could say the same about you and Essendon :P


:( I'm going to miss the swans' final :( :( :(

Why? What if the Swans host the final in Sydney?

I bought tickets to see a show ages ago that's on the same time as the swan's match so I won't get to see it. I'm a little sad about it, it might be our last game of the year! then I'll have to wait 6 long whole months to see my team play again :( haha

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Round 24 Results

This week's winner is Evelyn with a score of 7 and a round margin of 0. The game's margin was 13.

Congratulations Evelyn :) :D

32 Whopper Vouchers have been given out in Our AFL Competition B)

1 Evelyn
2 Carley Swan
3 Rhedyn *
4 Ninafan
5 Nick Burge
6 Rise Up Stiffy
7 deltaluva2
8 johnson
9 Patrick Lijnders
10 Hannah Clark
11 ChristinaBerliBabbey
12 Matt Kwan
13 Anita
14 Dean Bennett
15 Michael Knowles
16 Alicia Turner
17 Boden Ebery
18 Mei

Comp Tip Stats

This report displays the site wide split between teams tipped as a % for each match of a given round (excluding default tips). The winning team is indicated in Bold

Collingwood 93% - 7% Geelong
Gold Coast 0% - 100% Hawthorn
Western Bulldogs 93% - 7% Fremantle
Sydney Swans 100% - 0% Brisbane Lions
Carlton 93% - 7% St Kilda
West Coast Eagles 100% - 0% Adelaide
Port Adelaide 27% - 73% Melbourne
Richmond 60% - 40% North Melbourne
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Next week's finals schedule (all times AEST)

Friday, September 9
Second Qualifying Final - Geelong v Hawthorn (MCG, 7.45pm)
TV: Channel Seven

Saturday, September 10
First Qualifying Final - Collingwood v West Coast (MCG, 2.20pm) (series ticket match)
Second Elimination Final - St Kilda v Sydney (Etihad Stadium, 7.20pm)
TV: Channel Ten (both matches)

Sunday, September 11
First Elimination Final - Carlton v Essendon (MCG, 2.40pm)
TV: Channel Seven

It's the first time since 1995 that all matches in the first week of AFL finals are held in Melbourne.
The semi finals will be played on Friday night (September 16) and Saturday night (September 17).
The Friday night preliminary final in a fortnight will be hosted by the winner of the Pies-Eagles game, with the victor in the Cats-Hawks game hosting a Saturday preliminary final.
If the Eagles lose to Collingwood then beat Carlton or Essendon the next week, they would play a Saturday afternoon preliminary final in Melbourne with the early timeslot to allow them to fly back to Perth that day.




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