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Post by gerry on Sun May 27, 2012 12:13 pm

This game keeps twisting and turning - tissues in aisle nine please!

Warthogs 306 def by Bangers 441
No ruckman was ever going to fill this gap, Warthogs. Your new imports looked quite good but could never match the arse (sorry, that's class) of the Bangers. Jordie McKenzie with 10 tackles and a BOG from Paul Chapman (who says he should retire?) returned the Bangers to the top of the table.

Raptors 394 d Tigers 381.
Soooo close, Tiger! A BOG 99 All Star points from Deledio was just not quite helpful enough to beat a good all-round performance from the Raptors. Every one scored reasonably well (except S Johnson and S. Black!) for the Wrappers. Jay Shultz did not help the Tiger cause.

Heroes 424 def by Maulers 434
Both teams bounce back with amazing scores but it was a 115 All Star effort from Shane "I should have been sacked years ago" Tuck. Maulers win with no help from Cloke - time to sack him Jeffie! How did Dale Thomas get 85 All Star points against Adelaide? I was there and he did stuff all!

Ridgebacks 364 d Mustangs 292
Ridgebacks do a 'Mustangs' and win with a less than convincing score. Again, how did Scott Pendlebury 'only' score 44 All Star points??? Mundy, Judd and JB let down the pony's after their big high from last week. Too much celebrating I think, Josie.

Gladiators 393 d Terriers 369.
It looked all over for the Terriers after Cross AND Shiels did stuff all. Despite a rousing effort from Simpson and De Boer, it wasn't enough to beat the Redden/Ablett/Sidebottom blitzkrieg. Too good Gladiators. See you in the finals. Very Happy

Wolves 371 d Vipers 367
Wolves score their first win for the season on the back of a fantastic BOG effort from Mitch Robinson. Josh Kennedy and Jack Riewoldt tried to drag the Snakes back into the game but fell short. I think you traded the heart out of your team Viper. At least Jack is back.

Time for that fire sale

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Post by Megabonus on Sun May 27, 2012 12:21 pm

my make over is almost complete.....only 3 starting players have had 'lenny' as a coach....

offers for boyd, jamar, stevie j and carazzo will be considered!!!!!

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Game 1 Warthogs v Bangers

Post by gerry on Sun May 27, 2012 12:25 pm


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Game 2 Raptors v Tigers

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Game 3 Heroes v Maulers

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Game 4 Ridgebacks v Mustangs

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Game 5 Gladiators v Terriers

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Game 6 Wolves v Tigers

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Post by Macca on Mon May 28, 2012 11:33 am

gerry wrote:
How did Dale Thomas get 85 All Star points against Adelaide? I was there and he did stuff all!


What? I was in the CFC box and the kudos going to Daisy was off the charts...he covered over 15km and still managed 15 touches in the last 1/4.

Surely you jest?

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Post by gerry on Mon May 28, 2012 12:25 pm

No, it's more likely that I didn't recognise him without his normal hair style.
BTW thanks for inviting me into the box!

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Post by Macca on Mon May 28, 2012 12:33 pm

I'd invite you into my box anytime Gerry...just ask.

I will say this...it was amazzzzing. Some of the dialogue and strategy just blew me away. As did Scott Pendlebury's game data (he spent 90% of the game above Anaerobic Threshold)...and yes, his AS points surprised me when I got home. At one stage, after he kicked the goal in the last his HR peaked over 220 but refused to come off...he's special.

The dialogue between line coaches and Bucks was amazing. The place just buzzes constantly for three hours and Bucks just sits their taking it all in and calling the shots.

I'm so lucky with being involved.
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Post by gerry on Mon May 28, 2012 12:57 pm

I said 'the box'.

The great thing about Pendles was that he has so much poise and balance. It was like a war in there most of the time and yet he seemed to have so much time to do his stuff...which was usually pretty damaging.

Next time, take your iPhone in and secretly record a few minutes of the dialogue...nobody will know! Wink

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Post by Macca on Mon May 28, 2012 12:59 pm

I have to sign documents disallowing that and a list of other confidentiality breaches.

But boy o boy...would you love it.

Some of the comments were priceless.
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Post by gerry on Mon May 28, 2012 1:18 pm

Without breaching confidentiality, were the coaches at all concerned about how the game was going, especially in the third quarter?

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Post by Macca on Mon May 28, 2012 1:21 pm

To be honest, they don't really discuss the game in its pure sense (ie scores and who's winning etc)...more so about three things; processes, roles within the processes and then 'effort'.

I think it is reasonably well presented in the media that on paper we should probably have struggled, but the coaches had a different opinion. They felt they had a team of genuine competitors.

It's the number one 'trait' we are told to find; competitiveness.
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Post by gerry on Mon May 28, 2012 1:23 pm

Again, without breaching, what is the definition of 'effort'?
Do they use stats to assess this or do they watch the player's work ethic during the game?

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Post by Macca on Mon May 28, 2012 1:28 pm

Its mainly judged/valued in five ways ... by sight (the most subjective for obvious reasons), video (often isolated camera...CFC have Iso Cams on several players and also use behind goals vision) statistics (including DI's...or Desire Indicators; run receives, blocks, tackles, smothers etc) , GPS data and ...post game 'bloods' (to measure Lactic acid).

They like effort to match ability and felt that this was the case for many on saturday night.
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Post by Jason on Tue May 29, 2012 1:39 am

Macca wrote:It's the number one 'trait' we are told to find; competitiveness.

Maybe thats the issues. Perhaps the number one trait you should look for is strong knees........ lol!


Seriously though I do find it intriguing hearing about what goes on inside a club, especially on game day. Thanks for sharing Macca, im sure Gerry and I arent the only ones who love hearing about this stuff.

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Post by gerry on Tue May 29, 2012 8:30 am

Sorry to harp on but, how is lactic acid build-up a measure?
Surely really fit players can get oxygen to all parts of the body fairly quickly, so there shouldn't be a significant build up.
I would have thought 'sugar' levels would be more useful?
If it does build up, can it be monitored during the game?

I must admit I do have a naive understanding of the topic. However, as Jase suggested, it is a fascinating area to study.

BTW folks week 7 drinks are coming up. Spread the word.

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