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    Yo...

    Ok this is like.. the 4th year we've run this thing. For the uninitiated, the Australian Rules football season kicks off on March 25th and as usual we're gonna run a tipping contest. All you gotta do is pick the winners, nothing too fancy.

    Of course a lot of you are sitting there thinking 'peh.. nothing to do with me.. dunno anything bout that game and I live half way round the world'. Well theres hope for you yet! We've never actually had an Aussie win this! The mighty trophy always seems to head to the US or Canada! This always turns into a pretty light hearted and fun thread, and well worth joining just to be a part of the fun.

    I toyed with the idea of moving the comp to the footytips.com.au site that Brians using for the NRL tipping, but I think I'll stick with Oztips, its simpler to navigate and theres no need for the majority of players to register somewhere new.

    So heres the signup details

    www.oztips.com.au

    Comp Number: 50361
    Comp Name: VH Links 2005 AFL Tipping Contest
    Password to join: EVH

    Over the next 2 weeks I'll be posting team previews etc to give you a little background on how the 16 teams are faring.

    FYI time...

    Aussie Rules Sites

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    www.realfooty.theage.com.au

    About the game - FAQ

    http://www.footy.com.au/dags/FAQ1v1-5.html

    Pre Season Odds to win the Premiership (sportsbet):

    Port Adelaide 4.25
    St Kilda 4.50
    West Coast 6.00
    Brisbane 6.50
    Geelong 9.00
    Melbourne 19.00
    Carlton 21.00
    Sydney 21.00
    Collingwood 23.00
    Essendon 34.00
    Fremantle 34.00
    Adelaide 45.00
    Richmond 71.00
    Kangaroos 81.00
    Hawthorn 101.00
    Western Bulldogs 101.00
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    Thanks, Goo.

    Hey look!! I'm coming first.............

    Some interesting odds there.
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    I'm in - its going to be great to see the cup come to Australia this year
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    Ok heres the first of the team previews. I take these and edit a lot of crap from them, from 'Realfooty' site. They usually name teams in expected finish order, starting from 16th and working up. Not 100% sure they are sticking to that this year, or they have skipped a few teams or something, but anyway, I'll post what I got...
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    16th - Hawthorn



    After a dismal 2004, Hawthorn seems set for more misery this year - or so says our team of football experts who have picked the Hawks to finish with the wooden spoon. In the first of The Age countdown series, Melissa Ryan runs a rule over Alastair Clarkson's team.

    PROSPECTS?
    What prospects? Mention Hawthorn and the prevailing attitude in the larger football world is of doom, gloom and the wooden spoon. While Hawthorn has undertaken a revolutionsized overhaul in its bid to wipe out the memories of 2004 - finishing 15th with only four wins and an average losing margin of 44 points - many believe that on the field this year, there will not be much change at all when it comes to the ladder.

    New coach Alastair Clarkson has brought ferocity, feistiness and discipline into a club that had suffered its worst year for four decades. Seven senior players left and Clarkson had five picks in the top 26 of the national draft to rebuild the key-position stocks, particularly in attack.

    He hauled the playing list off to the Kokoda Trail during the pre-season, and beefed up his coaching panel with Damien Hardwick, Todd Viney and Ross Smith, while the club's fitness and medical staff have also been overturned.

    That the Hawks will offer more competitiveness than the insipidness that reigned last year is apparent, if only in the signs shown in the club's Wizard Cup hit-out against premiership contender St Kilda, storming from a 39-point deficit to challenge for the match.

    But the major area that seems likely to keep Hawthorn in its cellar-dwelling position is the matter of goals. Hawthorn was equal-last with Richmond for goals kicked in 2004 - 246 for the season, for an average score of 75 points a game - and with last year's leading goalkicker Nathan Thompson now wearing a Kangaroos guernsey, scoring will again be the major problem.

    Question marks hover over Nick Holland and John Barker, once great but both struck down by a series of injury problems, who again must try to prove themselves capable of performing at AFL level, while Clarkson has already said that Peter Everitt, third in the club's goalkicking stakes with 28 goals even as he dominated the ruck, will spend more time in the goal square in 2005. Should the talls such as Holland and Barker fail to perform adequately, there will, again, be an over-reliance on small, quick types such as Mark Williams, who kicked 33 goals, Ben Dixon - who had a horror year last year - and former captain Shane Crawford. So, at its most basic level, it's about goals, goals, goals. And if the Hawks cannot produce them this year, then eyes will turn to monitor the development of recruits Jarryd Roughead, Lance Franklin and Matthew Little, who offer the hope of a young, revitalised Hawthorn forward set-up in the years to come.

    FOR THE HAWKS TO HAVE A SHOT AT THE FINALS
    It will take something of a miracle. There is no doubt that Clarkson has made a vivid impact on the playing group and it might be that his discipline and enthusiasm can force an immediate rise into the eight, but it would need several clubs to experience an unexpected meltdown at the same time to help the cause. Maintaining an injury-free list, after the ravages of recent years, will also be essential, as will the rediscovery of form from a host of Hawks.

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    15th - Richmond



    In attack, in defence, on and off the ground, the Richmond of 2004 was a shambles. A new year, a new coach, and a healthy dose of some of the country's most exciting young talent has lifted spirits, but will it lift the Tigers up the ladder? Lyall Johnson runs a rule over the summer's comings and goings and predicts the club has turned the corner.

    Surely anyone interested in the AFL who hasn't been living in a cave for the past year knows Richmond is the most talked-about club in the league, pretty much for all the wrong reasons.

    The wooden spoon, its coaching turmoil and Danny Frawley's inevitable demise, fans spitting at players and the coach, the club's $2 million-plus debt, failed board challenges, the threat of an extraordinary general meeting and the departure of Ian Campbell, its shortlived chief executive, to name but a few, all made for a parlous state of affairs down at Punt Road.

    But through the mire, a glimmer of hope emerged late in 2004 with the signing of Terry Wallace as coach for the next five years after his stint in the media. And in his charismatic wake came the drafting, albeit with the gift of a priority pick from its poor 2004 showing, of some of the most exciting young players the club has had in more than a decade.

    The next few years no doubt will be a tantalising time for Richmond fans, with the likes of Brett Deledio, Richard Tambling and the other highly rated 2004 draftees joining stars such as Nathan Brown, Kane Johnson and Matthew Richardson. Throw into that mix the exciting Mark Coughlan, who virtually starts 2005 as a recruit after a groin injury sidelined him last year and, despite the wooden spoon, things actually don't seem altogether bleak.

    Could the bottoming out at Punt Road and the massive clear-out of some pedestrian players be the turning point the long-suffering Richmond faithful have long prayed for? It must be, many are thinking, because things could not get any worse.

    It is not underestimating the situation to say Wallace is considered the linchpin to Richmond's short- and longterm success. He has brought with him a strong assistant coaching team and engineered the trading of ruckman/forward Troy Simmonds to fill the shoes of Brad Ottens, who left for Geelong.

    Wallace will have to change what has become a losing culture at Punt Road, but he has the chance to mould the Tigers' exciting young list into players of the future.

    It is almost pointless to explain where the Tigers need to improve – essentially it is everywhere. They need to kick more goals, leak less in defence, run harder, rebound quicker and use the ball faster, be more accountable, bulk up in the gym and vastly improve their hand and foot skills. Oh, and a smattering of con- fidence would go a long way.

    Wallace himself admits it will be no mean feat to turn the club around and has warned fans not to expect too much in his first year. Regardless, fans can expect to see significant improvement, enough to perhaps surprise a few higher-rated sides. It will be a tough road for the Tigers this year, but to use the cliche, the only way is up.

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    14th - Adelaide



    There are few familiar faces in the Adelaide Crows of 2005 – in the coach's box or among the players. Neil Craig must bring on the youngsters and the midfield must become more consistent, writes Len Johnson.

    A casual Adelaide fan returning from a 12- month sabbatical visiting European wine-producing areas would struggle to recognise the 2005 Crows.

    It has been a time of change, the Crows finally seeming to embrace the reality that a third premiership to go with the unexpected pair in 1997-98 was not just one or two readymade players away.

    Change and youth is all the go at Adelaide, albeit belatedly. Wayne Carey and Nigel Smart did not see out last season. Talented but wayward Ronnie Burns also retired late in the year. Experienced midfielder Tyson Stenglein has gone to West Coast. Ben Hart and Mark Stevens played just nine games between them in 2004.

    Don't turn to the coaching box expecting to see familiar faces either. Gary Ayres was replaced by Neil Craig midway through last season. Former West Coast premiership player Don Pyke, Paul Hamilton and David Noble replace Peter Curran, Mark Mickan and Darren Jarman in the support roles.

    Into the mix come Scott Thompson, returning to his home town via a trade from Melbourne, and six youngsters through the draft and a rookie list elevation. Thompson, who did well with the Demons until sidelined by a broken foot midway through 2004, will bolster an already strong midfield. Otherwise, the Crows will be looking for a broad range of players – Graham Johncock, Trent Hentschel, Luke Jericho, Brent Reilly among them – to step up to a higher and more consistent level of performance.

    If enough do, the advantages of 12 games in Adelaide and a list, which still includes talents like Mark Ricciuto, Andrew McLeod, Tyson Edwards and Simon Goodwin, could yet see the Crows in the final eight.

    FOR THE CROWS TO HAVE A SHOT AT THE FINALS ....
    if they can build on a stoppages set-up, which resulted in leading the competition for hit-outs and ranking fourth at clearances; if Ian Perrie can grasp his last chance to make it as an influential key forward and Trent Hentschel continue to develop at centre half-forward; if Ricciuto, McLeod and Goodwin fire up yet again; if the youngsters come on quicker than expected . . . . given all that, the Crows could improve by the four or so wins they need to make the finals.

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    13th - Western Bulldogs



    What’s happened at Whitten Oval since last September? What hasn’t happened, is more like it.

    Even before the Bulldogs sank to 14th spot on last year’s ladder, ending a second season of misery ahead of only Richmond and Hawthorn and waving a final goodbye to Peter Rohde, the club had its new coach ready to walk through the door.

    While the other coachless clubs spent weeks compiling lists of appropriate candidates and assessing their presentation skills, the Bulldogs got Rodney Eade alone in a room, swore they wanted only him, and let him leave only when he signed a three year deal.

    After two years away from the action, the former Sydney coach takes charge not only of the team, but of the football department, as general manager of football. Last year’s assistant coaches, Chris Bond, Leon Cameron and Alan Richardson remain, with Matthew Drain and conditioning coach Justin Cordy (who has been raved about as much as anyone over summer) the most notable new faces.

    Eade’s appointment immediately hushed the group of past players threatening some sort of off-field hubbub. The club’s only post-season hiccup came when it settled a breach-of-contract claim with Matthew Croft before the retired defender, booted out of last year’s team for younger Bulldogs, could take it to court.

    Otherwise, there have been big smiles all around. South Australian Adam Cooney and West Australian Farren Ray, picked at the top of the 2003 draft, agreed to contract extensions that should keep them from their home-town teams’ clutches for at least the next few years.

    The Bulldogs’ bad 2004 delivered another pair of of first-round draft picks (that makes seven top-10 selections in the past five national drafts).

    Ryan Griffen, drafted at No. 3 arrived from Adelaide with a minor knee injury but was up, running and in the team by the start of the pre-season games.

    The No. 6 pick, Tom Williams, is expected to take longer to settle, having only recently discovered AFL footy, although he did appear in the Wizard Cup semi-final.

    Stephen Tiller, Damien McCormack and Jesse Wells provide the rest of the new blood, the Bulldogs staying out of the post-season trading game.

    The excitement did not end there, either. Wrapped in a red, white and blue scarf and dishing off dodgy handballs in a pre-election publicity stunt last year was Prime Minister John Howard, promising $8 million towards a long-required revamp of the Bulldogs’ home ground that should help them shake the “beleaguered’’ tag they so hate.

    All the west needs now? Some wins.

    FOR THE BULLDOGS TO MAKE THE FINALS:

    They must stop goals, and kick them (oh fucking DUUUUHHHH - Goo) : the abilities of the quick, skilled Bulldog midfielders and flankers is well known, but they will need tall, young and strong bodies to emerge at each end.

    Confidence gained from a lively Wizard Cup campaign must spill into the start of the real season, the team must take quickly to Eade’s adventurous new plans, and cope with the three or four-match losing streak the new coach believes is inevitable.

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    12th - Carlton



    Carlton won more games than it was supposed to last year. It will have to surprise again to make the eight in 2005, but there are definite signs of life at Optus Oval. Karen Lyon weighs the Blues' finals chances and finds them wanting, but not by much.

    There is an air of excitement around Optus Oval for the first time since 2000.

    While many had expected Denis Pagan's Blues to collect a second wooden spoon in 2004, the team pleasantly surprised most by winning a respectable 10 games, with quality wins over finalists Melbourne and Essendon.

    The air of expectancy has turned into an impressive pre-season. The form of forwards Brendan Fevola and Lance Whitnall has suggested a dynamic forward line and the midfield, led by Nick Stevens, still possesses plenty of class.

    The question mark may still remain over the club's defence, but there are several promising players in the back line. Bret Thornton is a player who has turned into a genuine full-back for the club and will hold down one of the key positions in the back half. Trent Sporn and, of course, the courageous David Teague give the Blues something to work with.

    Will Matthew Lappin play forward or back? The All-Australian defender is now a genuine class defender but showed last Saturday night that he can still be an option in attack.

    Since taking over the reins at Carlton in 2003, Pagan has overhauled the list and the results appear to be coming through several young players, while several older stars returned to form last year.

    Last year's best-and-fairest winner Teague was one of four recruits - along with Stevens, Heath Scotland and Jordan Bannister - to end the year in Carlton's top 10 at its best-and-fairest count.

    Adam Bentick and Andrew Carrazzo are success stories from last year's rookie list who have found a spot on the senior list, while the Blues' top draft pick Andrew Walker is emerging as a young gun midfielder with class and talent in the middle of the ground.

    The question will be can the Blues cover the loss of any of those players through lack of form or injury? The Blues might not quite have the depth to demand a top-eight position, but they will go a long way to shaping who gets to play in September.

    FOR THE BLUES TO HAVE A SHOT AT THE FINALS
    CARLTON will need Fevola and Whitnall to carry their pre-season form into home-and-away action and hope their defenders continue to improve to make the finals for the first time since 2001. An injury-free year from skipper Anthony Koutoufides would go a long way to helping and while their 2004 recruits did well last year, they will need to continue their efforts this season.

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    Heya Maxie

    That 12 - Essendon thing is an error, they had their site all fucked up. Just realsied they had fixed it after i posted the Bobmers preview, its now been altered, so the age has the Blue baggers for 12th spot, Just fixed then

    The fact they had essendon down there is why I actually posted that I thought there was a fuckup lol
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    There are plenty of pluses once again at Arden Street, with dynamic young talent and a coach who squeezes the best from his list, but the Kangaroos might struggle to locate the class and consistency to bound convincingly into the eight. Karen Lyon reports

    The past two seasons have been a case of what could have been for the Kangaroos. In 2003 and 2004, the Kangaroos have appeared to be on the cusp of finals before dropping their form late in the year and watching their chance go by.

    The Roos went for experience during the summer break, recruiting the Hawthorn duo of Nathan Thompson and Lance Picioane. They had little impact in the national draft but were handed a gift when they received the much-hyped teenager Jesse W. Smith thanks to the father- son rule.

    The arrival of Thompson is an interesting addition for the Roos.
    He should release Leigh Brown from rucking duties and allow the club to play Brown down back for the season. That should take pressure of the ageing but courageous Leigh Colbert and the uncertain Shannon Watt.

    With Sav Rocca, Drew Petrie, Thompson and possibly Corey McKernan as talls in the forward line, the Roos have plenty of marking options. Their midfield, with the likes of Daniel Wells, Brent Harvey, Shannon Grant and Adam Simpson, has real depth.

    The question will be the defence. Can it hold firm? The Kangas could kick plenty of goals in 2005 but will they be able to stop a flood against them? That could decide their finals hopes.

    FOR THE KANGAROOS TO HAVE A SHOT AT THE FINALS
    To take part in September action, the Roos will need their best 22 on the field for the vast majority of the season; a run of injuries would hurt the Roos more than most clubs. Goals shouldn't be a problem but they need their defence to hold tight to make the top eight.

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    10th - Collingwood



    Collingwood's stellar 2002 and 2003 seasons are now but a memory after last year's fall from grace, and Jake Niall reports there is a lot of rebuilding to do in 2005.

    In the eyes of most critics, including this one, Collingwood's 2004 is more representative of its short-term prospects than the consecutive grand finals in 2002 and 2003.

    The Magpies were seen to have wrung the most from themselves in those two admirable seasons and, with a combination of injury and weak depth, collapsed to the bottom four last year.

    Which is the real Collingwood? In 2005, the expectation is that it will be somewhere in between these extremes, but closer to its 2004 level - a mid-pack team that could play finals if it gets the breaks in the medical room, but that will miss out if the premium cattle are not on the paddock enough.

    Collingwood's competitive strength is its key position set-up - it has a sound defence, led by James Clement, and, with match-winners Chris Tarrant and Anthony Rocca, plus cameos from Josh Fraser, the Magpies also are blessed with a capable attack.

    The midfield, strong in the grand final years, has declined in direct proportion to the ageing Nathan Buckley and Scott Burns. The Collingwood midfield has a one-paced, blue-collar sameness that must be remedied quickly if the Magpies are to see September. An injection of Alan Didak's class, coupled with Ben Johnson's speed, is the obvious short-term solution, but Didak's pre-season setback has probably postponed a move to the midfield by several weeks.

    Internally, the Magpies are not deluded about their deficiencies, but, like most clubs, they still rate themselves - and their prospects - a little higher than sceptical media sages such as The Age experts. Their challenge will be not to get back into the eight - two-thirds of the 16 clubs harbour finals aspirations - but to assemble, or reassemble, a team capable of winning, not just making, grand finals.

    While the inclusion of Blake Caracella and Chad Morrison improves competence and depth, to get back among the contenders Collingwood needs either to unearth a superstar to replace Buckley, or develop a couple of A graders who, collectively, fill his once-in-a-generation boots.

    FOR THE MAGPIES TO HAVE A SHOT AT THE FINALS
    Like most teams, they need most of their better players to play most of the games. The combination of Chris Tarrant and Anthony Rocca is their most potent weapon and they need to have the tandem intact to beat decent teams. Nathan Buckley's class would also be handy, while Ben Johnson and/or Alan Didak must step into a sluggish midfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goo
    Heya Maxie

    That 12 - Essendon thing is an error, they had their site all fucked up. Just realsied they had fixed it after i posted the Bobmers preview, its now been altered, so the age has the Blue baggers for 12th spot, Just fixed then

    The fact they had essendon down there is why I actually posted that I thought there was a fuckup lol
    I thought it looked a bit strange..... felt good for a minute though.... hehehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goo
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    Back atcha Goo!!!

    I'm stoked and I know Bomber is as well. This will be ummmm....... How should I put it?

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