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22 minutes ago, DeeZone said:

Agree LH Rosman good size, long kick can take a mark, just injury prone and couldn’t get a good run at it.!!

If he doesn't get a home, I hope we rookie him    He's the sort that could develop later than most if we can afford the time.

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On 11/26/2021 at 11:31 AM, Lucifers Hero said:

LATEST POSITION FOR CONTRACT RENEWALS UP TO September 20

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Updated for Rosman delisting and M. Brown retirement.

 

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The Original post of this thread on Nov 26, 2021 was:

The list for our next Premiership 🎏🏆 tilt is:

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At the excellent suggestion by @La Dee-vina ComediaI have identified the Premiership 🎏🏆players.

Draftees added are: van Rooyen, Howes, Woewodin as Senior List players and Moniz- Wakefield as a B Rookie.  This gives us one list spot for a senior player if we were take a Delisted FA or and A Rookie in the SSP draft or the mid-year draft.

Note that Jordon is now officially a senior player.

Milestone games in the 2022 H & A season could be:

  • 200:  Melksham, T. McDonald
  • 150:  B. Brown, Salem
  • 100:  Hunt

In terms of 2022 contract renewals:

  • Most of the 2022 OOC's will sort themselves out. 
  • However, Brayshaw and Hunt will both be Restricted Free Agents (See edit below).  I can't imagine that either will want to leave and we would get comp draft picks if they did.  Of interest is the length of Brayshaw's contract given that his contemporaries have long terms. 
  • Jackson is said to be in contract discussions.
  • And of course, we would all love it if Oliver's contract is extended next year rather than wait with much angst to his RFA year of 2023.  Can't see him wanting to leave.
  • I love all our players and don't like to think of departures.  Nonetheless, next years list management could be challenging as those OOC in 2022 are either Premiership 🎏🏆 players or have yet to play a game.  The exceptions are:  Baker, Bedford and Smith.  Hibberd may be a retirement depending on how the youngsters shape up.

Overall, it is a very stable list for the next few years and is a list that can go back to back.  

Edit@old55has advised that Hunt and Weideman will be 'Unrestricted Free Agents' so have reflected that in the table with 'FA'.  With Brayshaw it is a bit harder to tell whether he will be an RFA or a UFA.  The difference being that with the former if there is an offer to him we can match it.  With the latter it means we can't.

Late Edit:  Judd Mc Vee added to the A Rookie list. 

The  only list spot we have left is one B Rookie.

 

The 2021 Contracts thread can be found here:  

 

LH - this is an awesome piece of work.

PS: You need to adjust the premiership icons which are a bit out of whack since the delistings. Thanks TA 

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3 minutes ago, #11-TonyAnderson said:

LH - this is an awesome piece of work.

PS: You need to adjust the premiership icons which are a bit out of whack since the delistings. Thanks TA 

Cheers for that.  Will fix the icons with next version.

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On 9/20/2022 at 4:54 PM, Lucifers Hero said:

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Updated for Rosman's delisting and M.Brown's retirement.

Shame for Rosman.  Delighted Mitch went out on a Premiership high.

Edit:  Tomlinson is contracted to 2024.  I will fix info in next version

Thanks Luci  Really appreciate your ongoing work on this data base

 

Invaluable reference for me and I'm sure many others on here. Have a great offseason mate see you next season

 

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28 minutes ago, Kent said:

Thanks Luci  Really appreciate your ongoing work on this data base

 

Invaluable reference for me and I'm sure many others on here. Have a great offseason mate see you next season

 

Thank you.

I'll start my DL 'offseason' after the Draft and return when training gets serious in the new year.

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On 9/20/2022 at 4:54 PM, Lucifers Hero said:

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Updated for Rosman's delisting and M.Brown's retirement.

Shame for Rosman.  Delighted Mitch went out on a Premiership high.

Edit:  Tomlinson is contracted to 2024.  I will fix info in next version

I'm not yet 100% sold on Tomlinson being contracted to 2024 as reported by a reporter this week. Sam McLure has also said on SEN this week he's only got 1 year left. Back in 2019, the AFL website has an article that said until the end of 2023. Fox Sports and The Age said 2024. If I was to bet on it, I would say it's 2023.

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On 9/27/2022 at 8:27 PM, spirit of norm smith said:

Still struggling to see why we signed Spargo to 2025.  Lots of question marks still over him and the role/value. Lots of similar type players in other clubs and in/out of the league really.  To extend for 3 years , he must have been on a low $$ contract.  

Yes it is a long contract for a player of his ilk. At least when, the 12 times a game, he has the ball you know it will be used constructively. As you pointed out he is probably on minimal dollars.
Im more concerned with 4 more years of Salem on what would be considerable more of salary cap pie. 

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Just now, Turner said:

are u going to be updating this per deal @Lucifers Hero or just on mass at the completion of trade period

I'll update gradually for list and draft pick changes.

atm I'm not quite ready to take Hunt off the list.  😢

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