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    D: McGovern , Rance , Crisp , McGrath , Howard , Doedee (Murray , Murphy)

    M: Mitchell , Oliver , Pendlebury , Ward , Parker , Gaff , Graham , Brodie (Barry , Kelly , Holman)

    R: Jacobs , Lycett (Olango)

    F: Westhoff , Roughead , Daniher , Lambert , Fritsch , Garlett (Giles-Langdon , Ryan)

    C - Mitchell
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    that will do for now
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    Love seeing these teams... I want to see others'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beijing_Sting View Post
    Love seeing these teams... I want to see others'
    I'm just going to select the Top 18 players for the year who's going to play all 22 games and the other 12 can carry the drinks...well that's the plan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by THCLT View Post
    I'm just going to select the Top 18 players for the year who's going to play all 22 games and the other 12 can carry the drinks...well that's the plan!
    Maybe 20 or 22 within the cap? You wouldn't want a long term injury, ay.
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    I'm still undecided what strategy to use. Maybe a blend of top players mixed with some consistent scoring midpricers for injury coverage.
    My main problem at the moment is whether to select Dangerfield???
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    anyone any closer to working out a decent strategy for this ?

    I keep getting about 16-18 reasonable players and that's it.

    Not sure they will all last a whole season.
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    Just spent the last 2-3 hours working out how to win this.

    Thanks for playing
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    Quote Originally Posted by kakarot View Post
    Just spent the last 2-3 hours working out how to win this.

    Thanks for playing
    ...... and you'll let us all know how ......

    on thursday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowsus View Post
    ...... and you'll let us all know how ......

    on thursday!
    Haha definitely, now for the monumental amount of egg on face...
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    1 player i will be starting is Buddy. Can go huge but even when he has a bad game should still score high enough to be in the top 18 scorers. You need a couple of these types that can go big to give you those extra points as a bit of a differential from others if you understand where i'm heading.

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    No Danger for me........... at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doc ron View Post
    1 player i will be starting is Buddy. Can go huge but even when he has a bad game should still score high enough to be in the top 18 scorers. You need a couple of these types that can go big to give you those extra points as a bit of a differential from others if you understand where i'm heading.
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    No Danger for me........... at the moment.
    Oxymoron?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post
    Oxymoron?

    I just get the feeling that he may miss a few games during the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doc ron View Post
    I just get the feeling that he may miss a few games during the season.
    What I’m finding hard about this is just settling on a team I’m happy with. I am not feeling confident with any strategy I devise!!! Key players missing a few games shouldn’t be as bad as it is in SC proper ... unless too many players are missing in a given week. I like the look of high standard deviation players, but I also realise I need some solid best 18 scorers week in week out. I have in my head that my team needs to be more mid price than I would dream of starting in SC, maybe only starting about 10 rookies, but maybe I should just start Uber premiums with 14-15 rookies and hope some of them put their hand up each week.

    I am also keeping a more even bye spread given I can’t trade - currently 6-8-8-8.

    However, I could be completely on the wrong track, so I’m looking forward to seeing everyone’s strategy after it starts.
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    Doc Ron, how many donuts do competitive teams normally end up eating?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post
    What I’m finding hard about this is just settling on a team I’m happy with. I am not feeling confident with any strategy I devise!!! Key players missing a few games shouldn’t be as bad as it is in SC proper ... unless too many players are missing in a given week. I like the look of high standard deviation players, but I also realise I need some solid best 18 scorers week in week out. I have in my head that my team needs to be more mid price than I would dream of starting in SC, maybe only starting about 10 rookies, but maybe I should just start Uber premiums with 14-15 rookies and hope some of them put their hand up each week.

    I am also keeping a more even bye spread given I can’t trade - currently 6-8-8-8.

    However, I could be completely on the wrong track, so I’m looking forward to seeing everyone’s strategy after it starts.
    This and the bye break down is what I am focusing on

    I currently have the 'current consecutive games' played table open and I am picking and choosing the durable, high scorers from there...

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    I guess you could just pick based on total points for the last three years, and see who you can pick up before adding value or rookie player that we reckon might have a chance of playing 22-ish games.

    But where is the fun of that? I'm going for a risky, no ruck, combo that I suppose could mean I'm down to 10 players by the end!

    Think this one is going to be down to more luck than anything else. Have made a change - have jetisoned Hall to another player just as likely to score well and get injured. Ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beijing_Sting View Post
    I guess you could just pick based on total points for the last three years, and see who you can pick up before adding value or rookie player that we reckon might have a chance of playing 22-ish games.

    But where is the fun of that? I'm going for a risky, no ruck, combo that I suppose could mean I'm down to 10 players by the end!

    Think this one is going to be down to more luck than anything else. Have made a change - have jetisoned Hall to another player just as likely to score well and get injured. Ha!
    now that is a interesting strategy, all rookie ruck :-) I guess if you went English, Pittonet, Cameron they may actually get games at some stage.

    I am still none the wiser re how I will pick this side (I guess once picked and submitted their is nothing more you can do)

    I had my spreadsheet out again allowing 10 players @ $ 125,000.00 would leave your remaining 20 players costing a average of $ 437,500.00 , I doubt too many in this price range are going to be Top 100 for aggregate but I think we need to pick some of these anyone and hope for the best so maybe :-

    D: Shaw , Sicily, Hanley (injured)
    M: Prestia , Coniglio, Redden, Libba,
    R: ?
    F: Petracca

    then look around the < $ 300,000.00 mark who we probably would avoid in our normal SC teams

    D: Birchall (injured)
    M: Armitage, JOM, Graham
    R: Lycett
    F: Bell, Christensen, Ah Chee and............................................... .............Bennell

    this then means we can get some premiums in

    or pick the break out the players that we are to scared to put in our "real " side

    D: Marchbank, Weitering, KK, Bonner, Howard, Bonnor, Byrne, Ellis
    M: ?
    R: ?
    F: Lids, Crozier, Cyril, Cox, Bell, Christensen

    etc etc

    sounds so easy in theory

    in practice it is a different think, consistent and durable players who will score well enough and stay on the park

    anyway just my thoughts and project for today

    good luck
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    [QUOTE=Herbie66;387515]
    Quote Originally Posted by Beijing_Sting View Post
    I guess you could just pick based on total points for the last three years, and see who you can pick up before adding value or rookie player that we reckon might have a chance of playing 22-ish games.

    But where is the fun of that? I'm going for a risky, no ruck, combo that I suppose could mean I'm down to 10 players by the end!

    Think this one is going to be down to more luck than anything else. Have made a change - have jetisoned Hall to another player just as likely to score well and get injured. Ha![/QUOTE}

    now that is a interesting strategy, all rookie ruck :-) I guess if you went English, Pittonet, Cameron they may actually get games at some stage.

    I am still none the wiser re how I will pick this side (I guess once picked and submitted their is nothing more you can do)

    I had my spreadsheet out again allowing 10 players @ $ 125,000.00 would leave your remaining 20 players costing a average of $ 437,500.00 , I doubt too many in this price range are going to be Top 100 for aggregate but I think we need to pick some of these anyone and hope for the best so maybe :-

    D: Shaw , Sicily, Hanley (injured)
    M: Prestia , Coniglio, Redden, Libba,
    R: ?
    F: Petracca

    then look around the < $ 300,000.00 mark who we probably would avoid in our normal SC teams

    D: Birchall (injured)
    M: Armitage, JOM, Graham
    R: Lycett
    F: Bell, Christensen, Ah Chee and............................................... .............Bennell

    this then means we can get some premiums in

    or pick the break out the players that we are to scared to put in our "real " side

    D: Marchbank, Weitering, KK, Bonner, Howard, Bonnor, Byrne, Ellis
    M: ?
    R: ?
    F: Lids, Crozier, Cyril, Cox, Bell, Christensen

    etc etc

    sounds so easy in theory

    in practice it is a different think, consistent and durable players who will score well enough and stay on the park

    anyway just my thoughts and project for today

    good luck
    Have a bit of work on my plate this week, so will try to put mine in now and leave it alone.

    V.10

    I now have a pretty similar setup to before, but have put in even more risk :P ha ha. Danger is now back in my side... Can you believe it?
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