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Most Valuable player for [Elimination Final: Richmond v North Melbourne 2015]
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Great [USER=1]@Ned[/USER] 5 to 1 would be a good measure. I think it would make the votes close to paralleling the JD
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#12
Seems to work well [USER=1]@Ned[/USER]. If this makes life easier, then it's clearly a winner!

I see from using [USER=4835]@Gracie[/USER]'s three factor theorem, everyone who voted, voted for Jack.
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#13
I didn't.
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#14
Really Jools? I thought Jack was clearly our best player...put the team on his back.
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Jools, post: 1461364, member: 5457 Wrote:I didn't.
Then I guess I can't add OR divide
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BigTigerCasey, post: 1461357, member: 5585 Wrote:Seems to work well [USER=1]@BigTigerCasey

I see from using [USER=4835]@Gracie[/USER]'s three factor theorem, everyone who voted, voted for Jack.[/USER]
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Psst @BigTigerCasey

The votes total 54 divide 3 = 18

16 individual votes for Jack so 2 rated others better on the day.[/user]
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Vines, post: 1461366, member: 5754 Wrote:Really Jools? I thought Jack was clearly our best player...put the team on his back.
He did play well and kicked goals. We all see things differently.
FWIW I voted for Rance, Miles and McIntosh (can't remember the order). I also voted after a few drinks to drown my sorrows Big Grin
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#18
Fair call. If my key forward kicks a goal a quarter, I'm happy with him. I loved Rance's game - he was covering two men most of the game and having to do the offensive work of three. Chaplin's brain fade with Nahas was so predictable...poor ole Anthony was doing the work of 4 men everytime he went to a stoppage.

I liked Dusty's game because he was busting a gut around the ground. His workrate was superb and mistakes he made were from trying to make things happen or he was probably knackered. I'd much rather lose a game trying to win it as Dusty did, than waiting for the inevitable chop....credit to the group, at no stage did I ever thought we chucked in the towel or dropped our bundle after a mistake or when north got a roll on. But gee, lessons must be learned, or it won't just be 2013 and 2015 that will be looked at as missed opportunities, but this mini-era of Jack, Alex, Brett and Trent. Blokes like Jack and Alex don't come around all too often, especially not at the picks we selected them.
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Vines, post: 1461372, member: 5754 Wrote:Blokes like Jack and Alex don't come around all too often, especially not at the picks we selected them.

So we did a Geelong?
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BigTigerCasey, post: 1461375, member: 5585 Wrote:So we did a Geelong?
Well....no
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