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On ‎21‎/‎02‎/‎2016 at 0:43 PM, Old Man Rivers said:

Officially out in 2016

* Robbo 24

* Jacko 13

* I Luv Tingay

* Marc R - the team Melissa took over last season.

Mad MELBOURNE has confirmed however not sure if registered in comp yet.

The following teams I am just not sure about

PC Demons

Matts Cunning Stunts

Vineys Vagineys? Is that Snomed? - please confirm

Wreckers

The Goodvibes

RPFC

If listed above please confirm if your in & join or let us know you are not playing in 2016......

 

Sorry, I thought I'd already confirmed. I'm definitely keen to go again.

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Final Role call for Norm Smith Ultimate Footy Comp 2016??

We currently have 11 Teams confirmed for 2016 who have joined the comp.

Draft day is Sunday 20th March @ 7.00pm

We need even numbers so effectively only need 1 more side or 3 more sides to cap the comp @ 14. Demonlander's any interest to claim the final spot/ spots before we open up externally? 

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I have made a post in the main section saying' we have a requirement for at least one more coach, refer to my post for further notice. Getting close, now for the draft.....can't wait....getting like , the late, Big Kev...getting EXCITED..

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I have contacted a friend and suggested he joined....I think we need at least one more .....his namer is Chaser J.

he is considering it......as I have told him, cannot pull out ..need to go the distance like all of us.....

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On 7 March 2016 at 8:38 AM, Old Man Rivers said:

Final Role call for Norm Smith Ultimate Footy Comp 2016??

We currently have 11 Teams confirmed for 2016 who have joined the comp.

Draft day is Sunday 20th March @ 7.00pm

We need even numbers so effectively only need 1 more side or 3 more sides to cap the comp @ 14. Demonlander's any interest to claim the final spot/ spots before we open up externally? 

I have contacted a friend and suggested he joined....I think we need at least one more .....his namer is Chaser J.

he is considering it......as I have told him, cannot pull out ..need to go the distance like all of us.....

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20 hours ago, Old Man Rivers said:

JCB

You have already joined.

Your team name is JCB's Blasters.

Is that not you?

I have sent you the link & code again. Make sure you don't join twice?

 

No I will not....it is for when I am in Peter Mac' and need to get into our league.......

 

now we have 12 coaches, I suggest we play with what we have....therefore draw a draft number to pick so, we can start doing some homework..

 

these are are my thoughts to both Matt & yourself.

 

lets go....

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On 10 March 2016 at 5:54 PM, Old Man Rivers said:

JCB

You have already joined.

Your team name is JCB's Blasters.

Is that not you?

I have sent you the link & code again. Make sure you don't join twice?

 

Fr

 

7 hours ago, jayceebee31 said:

No I will not....it is for when I am in Peter Mac' and need to get into our league.......

 

now we have 12 coaches, I suggest we play with what we have....therefore draw a draft number to pick so, we can start doing some homework..

 

these are are my thoughts to both Matt & yourself.

 

lets go....

On 10 March 2016 at 5:54 PM, Old Man Rivers said:

JCB

You have already joined.

Your team name is JCB's Blasters.

Is that not you?

I have sent you the link & code again. Make sure you don't join twice?

Still hasnt arrived,PLEASE send urgently ...

 

 

On 10 March 2016 at 5:54 PM, Old Man Rivers said:

 

 

On 10 March 2016 at 5:54 PM, Old Man Rivers said:

JCB

You have already joined.

Your team name is JCB's Blasters.

Is that not you?

I have sent you the link & code again. Make sure you don't join twice?

 

 

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thanks Gary I just re sent the link for John as well. I'm home now from work so will be able to be a lot more active leading up to the draft. I'm quite happy to run with the 12 teams, with the extra players available, perhaps an extended squad. Can't have to many good players sitting in the waiver list!

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OK everyone draft order is set, I entered all our team names into a Draft Order Generator and went with what came up. Heres a link to the page I used if anyone is interested http://www.draftordergenerator.com/draft-order-results.php

Demonland Norm Smith League Draft Order Results

 
Pick # Team Name
1 PC Demons
2 Scarlett
3 Turducken Slammers
4 Jehads Team
5 Shake n Bake
6 OMR
7 The Goodvibes
8 JCB's Blasters
9 Brad's Team
10 Gallahs
11 7 Up
12 Mad_Melbourne
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ok everyone this is the team line up at the moment, it was what he had last year and worked well. As I stated earlier, with less teams (from 16 or 18 teams last year?) and dropping again from 14 to 12 there are going to be a lot more players available. this has advantages to cover injuries and poor form also bye weeks. but it has disadvantages because its easier to cover injuries poor form and bye weeks. so my question is do we want to make the team line ups bigger?
 

Position Players eligible for this position No. of Slots
No. of Emg.
Back (B) B 3 1
Centre (C) C 4 1
Ruck (R) R 1 1
Forward (F) F 3 1
Utility (UTL) All 1 1
Back/Forward (B/F) B,F 0
0
Back/Ruck (B/R) B,R 0
0
Back/Centre (B/C) B,C 0
0
Centre/Ruck (C/R) C,R 0
0
Centre/Forward (C/F) C,F 0
0
Ruck/Forward (R/F) R,F 0 0
Bench (BN) All 5  
Emergency System
Emergencies Cover Matching Positon 
Emergencies Cover Any Position 
No Emergencies
Emergency Settings
Time On Ground Threshold 
0% (Players are never replaced)5%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%45%50%
Emergency Coverage 
 

 

 

 

Also emergencies only cover that position, forwards cover forwards centres cover centres. There is an option for an emergency player to come in if someone is injured if they spend 5% or 10% and so on  time on ground, I think we will go with players aren't replaced if the game has already started. if you cop and injury at the start of a game then thats football. But I'm open if the majority want it the other way.

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So far Gary(OMR) is the only one to suggest a scoring option I'll post his up and another one and we'll go with majority again, or if you have a better idea throw it up. would love to get this set asap so we can choose our draft order to suit the scoring.

here's what it was automatically set at, i just changed Hit Outs to 3 so it gives an uneven total of 25.

 

Stat Description Use? Weight
SCOR Scoreboard Impact
 
5
% Goal Kicking Accuracy
 
 
KI Kicks
 
4
HB Handballs
 
3
MA Marks
 
4
HO Hitouts
 
3
TA Tackles
 
3
FF Free Kicks For
 
 
FA Free Kicks Against
 
 
FD Free Kick Differential
 
1
D Disposals
 
 
ED Effective Disposals
 
 
IED Ineffective Disposals
 
 
D% Disposal Efficiency
 
 
CP Contested Possessions
 
 
R50 Rebound 50s
 
 
CL Clearances
 
 
SP Spoils
 
2
Update Settings Cancel
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Gary's suggested scoring

Stat Description Use? Weight
SCOR Scoreboard Impact
 
4
% Goal Kicking Accuracy
 
 
KI Kicks
 
3
HB Handballs
 
3
MA Marks
 
3
HO Hitouts
 
3
TA Tackles
 
3
FF Free Kicks For
 
 
FA Free Kicks Against
 
 
FD Free Kick Differential
 
1
D Disposals
 
 
ED Effective Disposals
 
 
IED Ineffective Disposals
 
 
D% Disposal Efficiency
 
 
CP Contested Possessions
 
 
R50 Rebound 50s
 
 
CL Clearances
 
 
SP Spoils
 
1
Update Settings Cancel

 

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1 hour ago, scarlett said:

Oh yeah this year, if you leave a spot blank when setting up your weekly line up, your emergency will not cover the empty space, which a few coaches took advantage of last year.

This is the same way it worked last year (I recall robbo getting screwed by doing this when he tried it when playing me :) )

The thing that people (including myself) took advantage of was to put a player in the Friday game in as an emergency and put a player who isn't named (from a non Friday night team) on the field.  If the emergency did well then you leave it, or if the emergency was bad then you move the non-playing player who is on the team onto the bench and replace with another playing player.

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1 hour ago, scarlett said:

So far Gary(OMR) is the only one to suggest a scoring option I'll post his up and another one and we'll go with majority again, or if you have a better idea throw it up. would love to get this set asap so we can choose our draft order to suit the scoring.

here's what it was automatically set at, i just changed Hit Outs to 3 so it gives an uneven total of 25.

 

Stat Description Use? Weight
SCOR Scoreboard Impact
 
5
% Goal Kicking Accuracy
 
 
KI Kicks
 
4
HB Handballs
 
3
MA Marks
 
4
HO Hitouts
 
3
TA Tackles
 
3
FF Free Kicks For
 
 
FA Free Kicks Against
 
 
FD Free Kick Differential
 
1
D Disposals
 
 
ED Effective Disposals
 
 
IED Ineffective Disposals
 
 
D% Disposal Efficiency
 
 
CP Contested Possessions
 
 
R50 Rebound 50s
 
 
CL Clearances
 
 
SP Spoils
 
2
Update Settings Cancel
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Gary's suggested scoring

Stat Description Use? Weight
SCOR Scoreboard Impact
 
4
% Goal Kicking Accuracy
 
 
KI Kicks
 
3
HB Handballs
 
3
MA Marks
 
3
HO Hitouts
 
3
TA Tackles
 
3
FF Free Kicks For
 
 
FA Free Kicks Against
 
 
FD Free Kick Differential
 
1
D Disposals
 
 
ED Effective Disposals
 
 
IED Ineffective Disposals
 
 
D% Disposal Efficiency
 
 
CP Contested Possessions
 
 
R50 Rebound 50s
 
 
CL Clearances
 
 
SP Spoils
 
1
Update Settings Cancel

 

I'd say a spoil has a much bigger impact than a hitout.  That said, I'm not too fussed - as long as we know what the points are worth before the draft then we can build teams to those categories :)

By the way, haven't had the chance to get on here too much lately to say good work on all you've done!  

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2 minutes ago, snomed said:

This is the same way it worked last year (I recall robbo getting screwed by doing this when he tried it when playing me :) )

The thing that people (including myself) took advantage of was to put a player in the Friday game in as an emergency and put a player who isn't named (from a non Friday night team) on the field.  If the emergency did well then you leave it, or if the emergency was bad then you move the non-playing player who is on the team onto the bench and replace with another playing player.

ok. do we have a gentlemens agreement that we dont do this or change final teams to friday night. Or is it just not bigger deal if everyone knows they can do this and as lance armstrong once implied, its fair because everyone's doing it. Some people may find it tough to get there line ups finalized by friday night.

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