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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Wooden Spoon: Brisbane

Rising Star: Dyson Heppell

Brownlow: Scott Pendlebury

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 55

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Barry Hall - 74

Final Ladder position: 9th

Wins: 11

Most tackles: Colin Sylvia/Jack Trengove

Most marks: Brad Green

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Jared Rivers

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 91,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Damien Barrett

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

This season will have more draws than any other season in history.

Biggest news story for '11: Demetriou seen walking from St.Kilda "school girl's" apartment at 6am.

Quote of the season: "I had a brain snap" - Barry Hall

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 55

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Barry Hall - 74

Final Ladder position: 9th

Wins: 11

Most tackles: Colin Sylvia/Jack Trengove

Most marks: Brad Green

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Jared Rivers

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 91,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Damien Barrett

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Big news story for '11: Demetriou seen walking from St.Kilda "school girl's" apartment at 6am.

Quote of the season: "I had a brain snap" - Barry Hall

Great topic HT. About time we started talking some footy.

Premiers for '11: St.Kilda

Most Goals for Demons: Brad Green - 46

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Steve Johnson - 58 (I think gone are the days of the powerhouse FF kicking close to 100 goals)

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie

Most marks: Jared Rivers

Most handballs: Jack Trengove

Most kicks: Tom Scully

Most 1%'s: Col Sylvia

Best first year player: Jeremy Howe

Bluey: Col Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 87,000 - First Elimination Final v Carlton

Worst Journo: Craig Hutchison

Best Journo: Matt Burgan??

Biggest news story: "Scully stays true blue (and red)......."

Quote of the season: "I just enjoy sitting on heads....." Liam Jurrah

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Wooden Spoon: Gold Coast (by a margin)

Most Goals for Demons: Jurrah - 66 (i hink he's averaging about 3 a game, get on him for the Coleman)

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: as above

Brownlow: Sylvia (vote winner, get on him)

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie

Most marks: Sylvia

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Tom Scully

Most 1%'s: Jones

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Col Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 88,000 - QB

Worst Journo: a crowded field, too tough to pick. Phelan an early contender

Best Journo: Gerard Healy

Biggest news story: Ongoing GWS trade rumour palaver

Quote of the season: "Winning the Coleman is nice but i play for team success and look forward to winning a flag with this mob." Liam Jurrah

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Great to see this topic. Too much other speculative debate/argument over possibilities and potential

Premiers for '11: Pies (unfortunately) but Bulldogs looking good.

Wooden Spoon: Gold Coast

Most Goals for Demons: Jurrah - 60

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Buddy Franklin

Brownlow: Brendon Goddard

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie

Most marks: Colin Garland

Most handballs: Nathan Jones

Most 1%'s: Brent Moloney

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 90,000 Queen's Birthday

Worst Journo: Caroline Wilson

Best Journo: Gerard Whately (annoying voice but very good journo)

Biggest news story: Footballer outs himself over honosexuality (non story for me - non issue)

Quote of the season: "We won more quarters than we lost in 2011" - Dean Bailey. I hope he changes his mantra soon. This one of Bail's is driving me nuts.

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 50+

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Buddy Franklin - 90

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie

Most marks: Jack Grimes

Most handballs: Jake Spencer or Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Col Sylvia

Best first year player: Jeremy Howe

Bluey: Col Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 85,000 - First Elimination Final v Carlton

Worst Journo: Eddie McGuire

Best Journo: Matt Burgan

Biggest news story: "Mathew Bate/Clint Bartram/Joel McDonald and Matty Warnock say they enjoy reading Demonland and Cameron Bruce says he used to ......"

Quote of the season: "what me worry"....Alfred E Neuman ('closet' Dees supporter)

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 60

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Jack Riewoldt-75

Final Ladder position: 6th

Wins: 13

Most tackles: Sylvia

Most marks: Grimes

Most handballs: Scully

Most kicks: Davey

Most 1%'s: Sylvia/ McKenzie

Best first year player: Blease

Bluey: Grimes

Biggest crowd: 85,000 - Elimination Final

Worst Journo: Caroline Wilson

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for '11: "Scully turns down GWS' millions for a shot at history with MFC"

Quote of the season: "She told me she was 18" -Brendan Fevola

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Premiers for '11: Doggies

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 72

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Buddy F - 86

Final Ladder position: 6th

Wins: 14

Most tackles: McKenzie

Most marks: Jared Rivers

Most handballs: Bartram

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Jared Rivers

Best first year player: Tapscott if he stays clear of injury (does he count as first year?)

Bluey: Tom Scully

Biggest crowd: 87,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Wooden Spooners: Lions

Worst Journo: don't usually read them so no idea

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan (based purely on the quality I have seen in the past)

Biggest news story for '11: Pendlebury to go to GWS.

Quote of the season: "I love it here at the Pies and will never go to GWS" - Scott Pendlebury

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Premiers for '11: Sainters

Spoon: Gold Coast

Most Goals for Demons: B Green 64

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Barry Hall - 81

Final Ladder position: 5th

Wins: 13

Most tackles: Jordie Mac

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Sylvia

Most 1%'s: Trengove

Best first year player: Howe

Bluey: Greeny

Biggest crowd: 82000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Hutchy.... by a street, no by a postcode

Best Journo: Flanagan/Burgan

Biggest news story for '11: alleged saints porn video gets aired....

Quote of the season: "i love playing for the demons, and will only be a one club player with my best mate J Trengove" - T Scully

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Brownlow: Col Slyvia

Premiers for '11: Western Bulldogs

Spoon: Gold Coast

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 60

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Barry Hall - 84

Final Ladder position: 7th

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie Mckenzie

Most marks: Brad Green

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Jordie Mckenzie

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 95,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Caroline Wilson

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for 'Bartel to GWS'

Quote of the season: 'Bartel on moving to GWS- i'm just following the cash like gary'

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Premiers for '11: Western Bulldogs

Wooden Spoon: Richmond

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 68

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Buddy Franklin - 89

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 11.5

Most tackles: Jack Trengove

Most marks: Jack Grimes

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Jared Rivers

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Jack Grimes

Biggest crowd: 89,600 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Barrett

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan/Caroline Wilson/Jake Niall - enjoy all 3 for differing reasons but Flanagan well on top

Biggest news story for '11: The biggest name to sign with GWS will be the big one - hopefully nothing to see here.

Quote of the season: "show me the money" - a chorus of AFL players

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Premiers for '11: StKilda

Wooden Spoon: Gold Coast

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 67

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Jack Riewoldt - 87

Brownlow: Brendon Goddard

Norm Smith: Nick Riewoldt

Final Ladder position: 7th

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie or Jack Trengove

Most marks: Col Garland

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Jordie McKenzie or Jack Trengove

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Col Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 90,030 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Don't care

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for '11: Tom Scully declares "I want to be a Demon for life".

Quote of the season: "I just go out there to have fun" - from Liam Jurrah's acceptance speach at the GOTY / MOTY presentation

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 60

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Jack Rewoldt - 86

Final Ladder position: 10th

Wins: 10

Most tackles: Brent Molony

Most marks: Jack Grimes

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Colun Sylvia

Most 1%'s: Jamie Bennell

Best first year player: Howe

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 89,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: All

Best Journo: NA

Biggest news story for '11: Cousins & Fev go on a Bender together in Vegas

Quote of the season: "Leave me alone, i dont play footy anymore so you can f#ck off with all that 'role model' talk " - Cousins

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Premiers: Stkilda

Spoon: Brisbane

Coleman: Buddy Franklin - 90

Rising Star: Jared Polec

Brownlow: Mathew Boyd

Final Ladder position: 6th

Wins: 13

Most goals MFC: Liam Jurrah - 50

Most tackles: Jordie Mac

Most marks: Jack Watts

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Jack Grimes

Most 1%'s: James Frawley

Best first year player: Jeremey Howe

Bluey: Jack Grimes

Biggest crowd: V Pies QB. 80k+

Worst Journo: Hutchy

Best Journo: I did not know there was such a thing?

Biggest news story: Fevola kicks over 100 in VFL. At least 3 clubs offer 2012 contract.(including GWS)

Quote of the season: "What was I thinking" - Gary Ablett jnr

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Bring on 2011...I really hope we have a HUGE Melbourne Crowd for Round 1 at the MCG

We are playing Sydney. City v City....State v State....and as Roy & H.G. would say "Hate v Hate"

I really hope this game becomes a huge one in years to come for us at the 'G 60 odd thousand mostly Demon supporters.

Premiers for '11: Collingwood (But a smokey will challenge i am sure

Most Goals for Demons: Brad Green/Liam Jurrah 58

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Franklin 72

Rising Star: Dyson Heppell

Brownlow: Joel Selwood

Norm Smith: Brendon Goddard

Final Ladder position: 8

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie

Most marks: Liam Jurrah

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Colin Sylvia

Most 1%'s: Jordie Mckenzie/Brad Green

Best first year player: Jeremy Howe

Bluey: Frank Grimes

Biggest crowd: 91,000 Q.B Monday

Worst Journo: Mike Sheahan (He will continue to write yesterday's news

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for '11: Adrian Anderson investigated for illegal Betting

Quote of the season:Jim Stynes on Q.B after the Siren...."Look at this Crowd...." :lol:

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Premiers for '11: St Kilda

Most Goals for Demons: Brad Green - 61

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Jack Riewoldt - 83

Brownlow: Brendon Goddard

Spoon: Brisbane

Rising Star: David Swallow

MOTY/GOTY: Liam Jurrah

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 11

Most tackles: Jordie Mckenzie

Most marks: Brad Green

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: James Frawley

Best first year player: Jeremy Howe

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 81,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Quote of the season: "I had a brain" - Barry Hall

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 55

Coleman: Jack Reiwoldt - 75

Final Ladder position: 8th

Spoon: Gold Coast Suns

Rising Star: Andrew Gaff / Luke Tapscott

MOTY: A choice of 3 Jurrah grabs

GOTY: A Col Sylvia SPECIAL!!!

Wins: 12

Most tackles: Jordie McKenzie / Rohan Bail

Most marks: Jack Grimes

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Aaron Davey

Most 1%'s: Nathan Jones

Best first year player: Lucas Cook

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 85,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Hutchy

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for '11: "Fevola promoted from rookie list, making debut this week"

Quote of the season: "I was never going anywhere" - TS

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Premiers for '11: Collingwood

Most Goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah - 61

Leading Goalkicker in AFL: Buddy Franklin - 73

Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 11

Most tackles: Jordie Mckenzie

Most marks: Brad Green

Most handballs: Tom Scully

Most kicks: Jack Trengove

Most 1%'s: Jordie McKenzie

Best first year player: Dan Nicholson

Bluey: Colin Sylvia

Biggest crowd: 88,000 - Melb v Coll Queens B'day

Worst Journo: Mick Sheahan

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for '11: Julia Gillard imposes a crowd levy on 'no show doggies supporters'.

Quote of the season: "I knew Liam Jurrah was good but not this F*#king good !!!'

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Premiers for '11: Geelong

Spoon: Brisbane

Brownlow: Dane Swan, Colin Sylvia

Coleman: Buddy Franklin (100.66)

Rising Star: David Swallow

MOTY: Ricky Petterd (QB v Coll)

GOTY: Travis Varcoe

MFC Final Ladder position: 8th

Wins: 11.5 (scrape into the 8 by half a game)

Most goals for Demons: Liam Jurrah (74.38 from 21 games)

Most tackles: Colin Sylvia

Most marks: Jack Grimes

Most handballs: Colin Sylvia

Most kicks: Aaron Davey or Jack Grimes

Most disposals: Colin Sylvia

Most 1%'s: Jared Rivers

Best first year player: I'm gonna go with a smokey here and say Michael Evans off the rookie list.

Bluey: Colin Sylvia (1st), Jack Grimes (2nd), Aaron Davey & Liam Jurrah (Equal 3rd)

Biggest crowd: 89,109 - Haw v Melb, 1st Elimination Final

Worst Journo: Craig Hutchison

Best Journo: Martin Flanagan

Biggest news story for '11: QB Draw, again.

Quote of the season: "He's a once-in-a-lifetime player, Liam is." (Dean Bailey press conference, after Liam Jurrah's 14 goal effort against Port Power in Darwin, Round 17)

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Best MFC Player at Casey B&F (Troy Broadbridge Award): Tom McNamara

Most disposals in a match: Scully (41), Moloney (40)

Most goals in a match: Liam Jurrah is gonna go bezerk one day and kick a huuuuge bag. I'm tipping it'll come against Port up in Darwin; a 14 goal massacre :blink:

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Yes.

What's the cut-off point for Young Australian? Has anyone ever won both Young Australian AND Australian of the Year? Is there any way we could have LJ do that? ;-)

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