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AFLW: Team of the Week and Coaches Assocation Votes

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Not surprisingly given the dominant display, we had 6 players in the Team of the Week:

Cunningham, Hore and Newman in the forward line.

Jakobsson in the backline.

O'Dea and Paxman in the midfield.

http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2018-02-13/melbourne-dominates-team-of-the-week

Paxman scored the maximum for our game in the Coaches Association votes:

MELBOURNE v ADELAIDE, Saturday February 10
10. Karen Paxman (Melb) 
6. Bianca Jakobsson (Melb) 
5. Chelsea Randall (Adel) 
4. Elise O'Dea (Melb) 
2. Dayna Cox (Adel) 
2. Mel Hickey (Melb) 
1. Kate Hore (Melb) 

http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2018-02-13/perfect-10-for-paxman-in-aflw-votes

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Got to respect O'Dea for being in the team of the week again despite not being the super-standout player either week. She simply delivers a really high standard every time.

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I'll just keep using this thread to keep track of this round by round.

Round 3

Team of the Week:

Daisy in the midfield

Cunningham in the forward line

Coaches Association Votes:

Fremantle v Melbourne, Sunday, February 18
9 Kara Donnellan (Frem)
9 Daisy Pearce (Melb)
4 Ebony Antonio (Frem)
4 Tegan Cunningham (Melb)
3 Evie Gooch (Frem)
1 Katherine Smith (Melb)

LEADERBOARD
18 — Daisy Pearce, Melbourne
17 — Emma Kearney, Western Bulldogs
17 — Chelsea Randall, Adelaide
13 — Ellie Blackburn, Western Bulldogs
13 — Ebony Antonio, Fremantle
13 — Brianna Davey, Carlton
13 — Kara Donnellan, Fremantle

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Slim pickings this week of course, but for the sake of posterity:

Round 4

Team of the Week:

Downie in the backline

Coaches Association Votes:

Melbourne v Collingwood, Saturday, February 24

8 Stephanie Chiocci (Coll)
6 Caitlyn Edwards (Coll)
5 Christina Bernardi (Coll)
5 Jaimee Lambert (Coll)
4 Chloe Molloy (Coll)
2 Elise O'Dea (Melb)

LEADERBOARD

26 - Chelsea Randall (Adel)
24 - Emma Kearney (WB)
22 - Kate Lutkins (BL)
20 - Ellie Blackburn (WB)
18 - Kara Donnellan (Frem)
18 - Alicia Eva (GWS)
18 - Daisy Pearce (Melb)
 

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Round 5

Team of the Week

Paxman, Daisy and O'Dea in the midfield. #thebig3

Coaches Association Votes

Melbourne v Brisbane, Friday March 2

10 Daisy Pearce (Melb)

7 Kate Lutkins (BL)

5 Elise O'Dea (Melb)

5 Karen Paxman (Melb)

3 Sabrina Frederick-Traub (BL)

LEADERBOARD

35 – Chelsea Randall (Adel)
30 – Ellie Blackburn (WB)
29 – Kate Lutkins (BL)
28 – Emma Kearney (WB)
28 – Daisy Pearce (Melb)
20 – Courtney Gum (GWS)

Melbourne’s season stats after Round 5:

Kicks 4th, Hballs 1st, Disposals 1st, Cont. Poss. 1st, Uncont. Poss. 1st, Disp. Eff. % 3rd

Clangers 3rd, Marks 3rd, Cont. Marks 1st, Marks50 =1st

Hitouts 6th, Clearances 6th, Centre Clr. 1st, Stoppages =7th, Rebound50 8th

O’Dea leads the comp in metres gained (and clangers), Newman leads in bounces.

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Round 6

Team of the Week

Midfield: Elise O'Dea

Forward: Tegan Cunningham

 

Coaches Association Votes

If anyone can find them, please post! Potentially they're on lockdown to create suspense for the final award...

 

Stats (season avg.) after Round 6. Highest ranking Dees and Dogs players:

Disposals: 1st Kearney, 2nd Daisy, 3rd O'Dea, 5th Blackburn.

Metres Gained: 1st Kearney, 2nd O'Dea, 3rd Blackburn.

Cont. Poss.: 2nd Daisy, 9th Kearney, 10th Paxman.

Uncont. Poss.: 1st O'Dea, 2nd Kearney, 5th Blackburn.

Clearances: 2nd Daisy, 3rd Kearney.

Marks: 1st Lochland, 3rd Kearney, 6th O'Dea, 9th Blackburn, 10th Conti.

Marks50: 1st Huntington (inj.), 2nd Lochland, 3rd Brennan, 4th Cunningham, 5th Scott (Dees).

Cont. Marks: 3rd Cunningham, =10th Toogood and Conti.

Kicks: 1st Kearney, 3rd Blackburn, 4th O'Dea, 5th Pearce, 10th Paxman

Tackles: 6th Gogos, 7th O'Dea, =10th Daisy and Kearney.

Intercept Poss.: 4th Scott (Dogs), 5th Downie, 10th Jakobsson.

Goals: 1st Lochland (11), 2nd Cunningham (9), =6th Hore, Toogood, Brennan (5).

Score Involvs. 1st Lochland, 2nd Cunningham, =3rd Scott (Dees), Blackburn, 4th Kearney, 5th Hore.

Handballs: 2nd Mithen, 6th Gogos, 7th Jakobsson, =8th Daisy, Hore, Paxman.

Hitouts: 7th Hoare, 8th L.Pearce, 9th O'Connor, 11th Earnst.

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Round 7

Team of the Week

Smith in the backline.

Paxman in the midfield.

Our players who featured most regularly in the Team of the Week in 2018 were: O'Dea, Paxman (4), Cunningham, Daisy (3).

 

Coaches Association Votes

Carlton v Melbourne, Sunday March 11

10 Elise O'Dea (Melb)

7 Lauren Pearce (Melb)

6 Shelley Scott (Melb)

5 Tegan Cunningham (Melb)

2 Kate Hore (Melb)

Western Bulldogs v Melbourne, Saturday March 17

10 Emma Kearney (WB)

8 Karen Paxman (Melb)

5 Jenna Burton (WB)

4 Lauren Spark (WB)

3 Daisy Pearce (Melb)

 

Final Leaderboard
42 Emma Kearney (WB)
42 Chelsea Randall (Adel)

35 Ellie Blackburn (WB)
34 Kate Lutkins (BL)
32 Dana Hooker (Frem)
31 Daisy Pearce (Melb)
30 Courtney Gum (GWS)
26 Kara Donnellan (Frem)
26 Elise O’Dea (Melb)
24 Ebony Antonio (Frem)

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