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« on: July 25, 2021, 09:55:20 pm »

The awards that require a nomination are:
Most Valuable Player (the Milo Medal)
Coaches Award
Rookie of the Year (basically rising star, no necessary restrictions though so feel free to nominate whoever)
Least Valuable Player (not a rookie who played 0 games please, try to bully a spud who shower the bed this season)
Offensive Player of the Year (must be a forward, no DPP)
Defensive Player of the Year (must be a defender, no DPP)
Recruit of the Year (through any means - trade, draft, stealing them off drunk/braindead PK, etc)

The awards not requiring a nomination are:
Coach of the Year (for being good)
Coaches' Coaches Award (like with the player coaches award just for us)
Admin of the Year

Post them below in a timely manner pls.
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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2021, 09:59:11 pm »

San Francisco
MVP: Tom Stewart
Coaches Award: Kyle Langford
Rookie of the Year: Tom Green
Least Valuable Player: Hamish Hartlett
OPOY: Lincoln McCarthy
DPOY: Tom Stewart
Recruit: Tom Powell
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« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2021, 10:15:26 pm »

Boston

MVP: Rory Laird
Coaches Award: Taylor Walker
Rookie of the Year: Isaac Cumming
Least Valuable Player: Luke Dahlhaus
OPOY: Taylor Walker
DPOY: Christian Salem
Recruit of the Year: Rory Sloane
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« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2021, 11:21:20 pm »

Wisconsin

MVP: Jack Macrae - Just keeps on pumping out the scores round after round, year after year
Coaches Award: Sean Darcy - A god amongst men, racking up the most BOG's for Wisconsin so far this year in a breakout season and taking the #1 mantle from Big Max
Rookie of the Year: Deven Robertson - A serviceable rookie throughout the year, keen to see him take the next step
Least Valuable Player: Michael Walters - Another year, another ex-Houston spud. Sonny sucks now
OPOY: Dylan Moore - Put in some very nice scores now and then, though he's been in and out of the side. At least I didn't pick Zeegull
DPOY: Trent 'THE CANNON' McKenzie - Not the highest averaging defender we have, but he's a cultured pick and has dished up some good scores for us when needed
Recruit of the Year: Darcy Parish - It's him, it was always him.
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« Reply #4 on: July 25, 2021, 11:30:42 pm »

Houston

MVP: Ollie Wines - Career best year, finally breaking out to be a true elite midfielder. Averaging 111 SC and only dipping under 80 once all year so far.

Coaches Award: Jacob Weitering - Increased his average by 19ppg, establishing himself as the elite defender many thought he'd become.

Rookie of the Year: Jeremy Sharp - Relatively small sample size, but the boy has been great across his 5 games, averaging 85 SC.

Least Valuable Player: Jarrod Berry - Might be a tad harsh considering he's been injured for most of the year, but every time he's played he's either played shower or gotten injured. And I named him every time. SC average dropped from 97 to 40 (2(?) injury affected games).

Offensive Player of the Year: Isaac Heeney - Inconsistent, and got injured a few times, but overall a pretty good year.

Defensive Player of the Year: Jack Crisp - Might be slightly controversial as he did spend some time in the midfield, but regardless Crisp had another great season, currently averaging a career high 102 SC.

Recruit of the Year: Jack Redden - Was averaging a very respectable 93 SC across the first 14 games, prior to injury.
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« Reply #5 on: July 26, 2021, 05:17:26 am »

MVP - Jack Steele
Coaches Award - Jack Steele
ROTY - Finlay Macrae
Least Valuable - Jason Johannisen
OPOTY - Shai Bolton
DPOTY - Jake Lever
ROTY - Liam Duggan  8)
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« Reply #6 on: July 26, 2021, 10:46:40 am »

Las Vegas

MVP - Jarryd Lyons
Coaches - Jack Scrimshaw
Rookie OTY - Errol Gulden
Least Valuable - Brad Sheppard
OPOTY - Lance Franklin
DPOTY - Jake Lloyd
Recruit OTY - Errol Gulden
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« Reply #7 on: July 26, 2021, 02:00:33 pm »

Most Valuable Player: Ben Cunnington - I've run the numbers, he won the BnF
Coaches Award: Bailey Dale - Expected him to be a 70ish forward over the offseason, ended up being a 90+ fwd (playing def)
Rookie of the Year: Trent Rivers - The kid's building nicely to be a future GOAT
Least Valuable Player: Jake Riccardi - Showed promise last year and was expected to hold down a starting spot but struggled to get games and when he did, scored poorly
Offensive Player of the Year: Charlie Dixon, runner up in the BnF and a relatively consistent season averaging 90+ again
Defensive Player of the Year: Alex Keath, pretty sure he played every game for us which is more than can be said for the rest of my defenders and averaged 75, not bad for a KPD
Recruit of the Year: Josh Bruce - became a necessary part of an injury-ravaged fwd line... and how many other recruits scored a 172?!
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« Reply #8 on: July 26, 2021, 03:00:53 pm »

Colorado

Most Valuable Player: Sam Walsh Need I say more? Man will finish the year comfortably averaging over 120.

Coaches Award: Tom Hickey Has deputised more than admirably in the absence of Mr. Colorado himself Jarrod Witts. Hickey has spectacularly revived his career with easily his best year yet, averaging 103 with a low of just 82, and ranking 5th for rucks across the entire competition. Special mention to Jy Simpkin, who took almost 2 months to get going, but after his first ton, averaged 115 for the rest of the year.

Rookie Of The Year: Willem Drew Had only played 10 games before this year, but pushed Rockliff out of Port's engine room to start the year and has enjoyed an injury-free season that was a few years coming. Averaging 87 for the year, and 92 post-bye.

Least Valuable Player: Matthew Rowell Could have legitimately traded this man for almost any player I wanted in the competition last year, and what did I get in return? To quote the great Ricky Gervais, a tubby ginger cow, thanks Matthew!

Offensive Player of the Year: Tarryn Thomas See Recruit of the Year

Defensive Player of the Year: Brayden Maynard Not quite the heights of last year, but Brayden has definitely picked up the pace as the year wore on to finish averaging 92. He himself admitted that he's not currently at peak fitness, so the signs are very positive for 2022!

Recruit of the Year: Tarryn Thomas What a pickup this has been! Started off slowly, but has averaged 95.2 since Round 9, not bad for a forward flanker who averaged 54 last year!
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« Reply #9 on: July 26, 2021, 03:17:07 pm »

OPOTY - Shai Bolton

Offensive Player of the Year: Isaac Smith Floating across half-forward and up and down the wing, Isaac Smith has had almost a career best year leading a new look Colorado forward line.

Both ineligible as M/F DPP
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« Reply #10 on: July 26, 2021, 03:37:53 pm »

Colorado

Offensive Player of the Year: Tarryn Thomas See ROTY
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« Reply #11 on: July 30, 2021, 07:54:03 am »

Carolina:

MVP: Marcus Bontempelli.
Coaches Award: Josh Kelly.
Rookie of the Year: Lachie Jones.
Least Valuable Player: Jonathon Patton.
OPOY: Joe Daniher.
DPOY: Jayden Short.
Recruit of the Year: James Rowe.
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« Reply #12 on: July 30, 2021, 08:58:38 am »

Quito

MVP: Josh Dunkley - 120 average 24-year old with forward eligibility, need I say more?
Coaches Award: Daniel Rich - Players are not supposed to have a career best season in Year 13. Rich did that and then some, averaging 107, a massive 10ppg higher than his previous best season and did not miss a game.
Rookie of the Year: Cody Weightman - Got a taste for senior footy last year and really went on with it this year. Showed a high ceiling, particularly for a small forward.
Least Valuable Player: Tom J Lynch - Has got progressively worse every year since 2016 and I really haven't criticised him enough for it
OPOY: Will Snelling - Has become a surprisingly reliable option in the Quito forward line averaging 81 at time of writing and looks set to retain Fwd status in the longer term
DPOY: Daniel Rich - I probably could have given this to Callum Mills but since he's played midfield all year it goes against the reason for this award. See Coaches Award for Daniel Rich's credentials
Recruit of the Year: Elliot Yeo - After a slow start, Yeo has settled in nicely with tons in 3 of his last 4 and will be a key midfield cog in the longer term
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« Reply #13 on: July 30, 2021, 07:51:51 pm »

Anaheim Mighty Ducks

MVP: Zach Merrett
Coaches Award: Nick Hind
Rookie of the Year: Archie Perkins
Least Valuable Player: Michael Hibberd
OPOY: Tom Hawkins
DPOY: Jordan Ridley
Recruit: Mabior Chol
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« Reply #14 on: July 31, 2021, 07:38:50 am »

MVP - Jack Steele
Coaches Award - Jack Steele
ROTY - Finlay Macrae
Least Valuable - Jason Johannisen
OPOTY - Papsmear
DPOTY - Jake Lever
ROTY - Liam Duggan  8)
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