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2014 Yellow Sash Award
#11
The Leaderboard after Round 12 is:


  1. Martin - 19.08 votes - 11 games played
  2. Cotchin - 18.29 - 11
  3. Riewoldt - 15.27 - 11
  4. Ellis - 13.21 - 11
  5. Astbury - 12.34 - 8
  6. Houli - 12.08 - 11
  7. Jackson - 11.59 - 8
  8. Morris - 10.93 - 11
  9. Thomas - 10.70 - 8
  10. Conca - 10.45 - 10
  11. Deledio - 10.32 - 7
  12. Vlastuin - 10.26 - 9
  13. Grigg - 10.23 - 10
  14. Hampson - 10.05 - 9
  15. S Edwards - 10.02 - 11
  16. Rance - 9.01 - 6
  17. Griffiths - 8.43 - 10
  18. Chaplin - 7.65 - 11
  19. Petterd - 6.51 - 6
  20. McDonough - 6.47 - 7
  21. Vickery - 6.21 - 8
  22. Lloyd - 5.46 - 5
  23. Grimes - 5.31 - 7
  24. Newman - 4.76 - 7
  25. Gordon - 4.51 - 5
  26. Foley - 4.46 - 6
  27. Lennon - 3.40 - 4
  28. Dea - 2.75 - 3
  29. Arnot - 2.72 - 3
  30. Miles - 1.75 - 1
  31. Maric - 1.50 - 2
  32. Batchelor - 1.00 - 1
  33. A Edwards - 1.00 - 1
  34. Stevenson - 0.80 - 1
  35. King - 0.74 - 2

The Leaderboard after Round 6 for the Average points per Round is:


  1. Miles - 1.75
  2. Martin - 1.73
  3. Cotchin - 1.66
  4. Astbury - 1.54
  5. Rance - 1.50
  6. Deledio - 1.47
  7. Jackson - 1.45
  8. Riewoldt - 1.39
  9. Thomas - 1.34
  10. Ellis - 1.20
  11. Vlastuin - 1.14
  12. Hampson - 1.12
  13. Houli - 1.10
  14. Lloyd - 1.09
    Petterd - 1.09
  15. Conca - 1.05
  16. Grigg - 1.02
  17. Batchelor - 1.00
    A Edwards - 1.00
  18. Morris - 0.99
  19. McDonough - 0.92
  20. Dea - 0.92
  21. S Edwards - 0.91
    Arnot - 0.91
  22. Gordon - 0.90
  23. Lennon - 0.85
  24. Griffiths - 0.84
  25. Stevenson - 0.80
  26. Vickery - 0.78
  27. Grimes - 0.76
  28. Maric - 0.75
  29. Foley - 0.74
  30. Chaplin - 0.70
  31. Newman - 0.68
  32. King - 0.37
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#12
The deadline for voting in Round 23 Yellow Sash Award has been extended. Voting will close tomorrow night (Thursday September 4) to allow ample time for everyone who wishes to vote to do so.

Sorry for my slackness in updating the award since Round 12.

The positions are very close at the top after 22 Rounds. I won't divulge the leaders so that the result isn't skewed by any late votes.

To give you an indication of how close the voting is, the progressive scores after Round 22 of the top 10 players is:



  1. ?? - 38.91
  2. ?? - 38.70
  3. ?? - 35.79
  4. ?? - 33.52
  5. ?? - 31.59
  6. Riewoldt - 31.19 (21 games)
  7. Houli - 27.83 (21 games)
  8. S Edwards - 26.02 (21 games)
  9. Chaplin - 24.35 (21 games)
  10. Miles - 23.79 (11 games)

Either 1st or 2nd placed player can still win with only .21 between the 2.

What a great effort by Miles! His tally was gained from only 11 games whereas the 4 players above him had played 10 more for the season. For those that look at the average votes per games played, Miles leads with 2.16. Next best is Alex Rance on 2.10.

Who do you think currently fill positions 1 to 5 and who do you think will win the 2014 Yellow Sash Award?
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#13
Gee I didn't realise that I was one of the 4-6 that consistently voted for this throughout the season.
I suspect I missed at least 1 week?
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#14
Crusher, post: 1445674 Wrote:Gee I didn't realise that I was one of the 4-6 that consistently voted for this throughout the season.

I suspect I missed at least 1 week?


I've been voting when I remember and when I've seen the match. Not always the case.
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#15
I gave up voting years ago, as some of the 3 votes seemed to be reserved for favourite players & the lesser names were often given a 0 or 1, no matter how well they played.

I found it so frustrating that I still don't even look at the threads until Ned does the totals.
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#16
It was close right to the end. In fact, 0.32 points was the difference between 1st and 2nd place.

Congratulations to the Captain, Trent Cotchin on his 3rd Yellow Sash Award win!

The final placings and votes are:


  1. Cotchin - 40.91 votes - 22 games played
  2. Martin - 40.59 - 21
  3. Ellis - 37.68 - 22
  4. Rance - 36.52 - 17
  5. Deledio - 34.59 - 18
  6. Riewoldt - 33.52 - 22
  7. Houli - 29.05 - 22
  8. S Edwards - 28.02 - 22
  9. Chaplin - 26.24 - 22
  10. Miles - 26.23 - 12
  11. Maric - 23.16 - 13
  12. Morris - 22.16 - 20
  13. Vlastuin - 21.99 - 19
  14. Petterd - 20.89 - 16
  15. Foley - 19.43 - 17
  16. Grimes - 19.23 - 18
  17. Conca - 18.92 - 18
  18. Thomas - 18.28 - 13
  19. Newman - 17.08 - 17
  20. Griffiths - 16.44 - 15
  21. Grigg - 14.75 - 14
  22. Jackson 14.26 - 10
  23. Batchelor - 13.92 - 12
  24. Vickery - 12.88 - 12
  25. Astbury - 12.34 - 8
  26. Gordon - 11.88 - 11
  27. Hampson - 11.19 - 11
  28. Lloyd - 8.46 - 8
  29. Dea - 7.14 - 7
  30. McDonough - 6.47 - 7
  31. Lennon - 4.80 - 7
  32. Arnot - 3.22 - 4
  33. A Edwards - 3.00 - 3
  34. Stevenson - 0.80 - 1
  35. King - 0.74 - 2
  36. O'Hanlon - 0.33 - 1


The average points per game ladder is very interesting! 6 of the top 10 have played less than 18 games which shows how much we rely on them. The fact that our reigning Jack Dyer Medallist only managed 10 games but still had a per game average good enough to finish 10 shows how valuable he is to the team. This also highlights how much we missed Rance, Maric, and Deledio during their absences and how well Miles has performed since gaining promotion. Good times ahead if we can get 22 games in every one of our top 10 next year!


  1. Miles - 2.19
  2. Rance - 2.15
  3. Martin - 1.93
  4. Deledio - 1.92
  5. Cotchin - 1.86
  6. Maric - 1.78
  7. Ellis - 1.71
  8. Astbury - 1.54
  9. Riewoldt - 1.52
  10. Jackson - 1.43
  11. Thomas - 1.41
  12. Houli - 1.32
  13. Petterd - 1.31
  14. S Edwards - 1.27
  15. Chaplin - 1.19
  16. Batchelor - 1.16
  17. Vlastuin - 1.16
  18. Foley - 1.14
  19. Morris - 1.11
  20. Griffiths - 1.10
  21. Gordon - 1.08
  22. Vickery - 1.07
  23. Grimes - 1.07
  24. Lloyd - 1.06
  25. Grigg - 1.05
  26. Conca - 1.05
  27. Dea - 1.02
  28. Hampson - 1.02
  29. Newman - 1.00
  30. A Edwards - 1.00
  31. McDonough - 0.92
  32. Arnot - 0.81
  33. Stevenson - 0.80
  34. Lennon - 0.69
  35. King - 0.37
  36. O'Hanlon - 0.33
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#17
Imagine if Miles had played all year!

Also, I didn't vote at all if anybody thinks I might have tried to affect the result. Wink

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#18
Ms Tantie, post: 1445836 Wrote:Also, I didn't vote at all if anybody thinks I might have tried to affect the result. Wink
That may be true, but I bet everybody who did vote scored him at the high end of his performance, rather than run the risk of a Tantie Rantie! :fishing:




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#19
Whappity whappity... Wink

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#20
seenitall, post: 1445700 Wrote:I gave up voting years ago, as some of the 3 votes seemed to be reserved for favourite players & the lesser names were often given a 0 or 1, no matter how well they played.

I found it so frustrating that I still don't even look at the threads until Ned does the totals.


Yeah I find it frustrating too but it's not just the big three that get favourable voting mate. I have noticed a trend with certain players that could get votes when they are subbed off with injury in the first quarter.

It's the nature of the beast. Some gush over the creative work of Edwards and others note his turnovers. Some rate the work rate of Jackson and others notice his mistakes. Same with Griffiths and Vickery. The two guys could have identical stats and I know who will have a more positive review.

While I value your input SIA I'm sure, like me, you are just as vulnerable to preconceived notions clouding your view of players performances as everyone else.
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