- Thu 15/4, 7.20STK
- Fri 16/4, 8.10WCE
- Sat 17/4, 4.35WBD
- Sat 17/4, 4.35SYD
- Sat 17/4, 7.25CAR
- Sat 17/4, 7.25BRI
- Sun 18/4, 1.10ADE
- Sun 18/4, 3.20HAW
- Sun 18/4, 4.40GEE
- Fri 23/4, 7.20GWS
- Sat 24/4, 1.45GEE
- Sat 24/4, 1.45GC
- Sat 24/4, 4.35CAR
- Sat 24/4, 7.25MEL
- Sat 24/4, 8.10FRE
- Sun 25/4, 12.30HAW
- Sun 25/4, 3.20COL
- Sun 25/4, 6.40PTA
Super stats: Super Coach NAB Challenge stats released
- Updated: March 24, 2009
The official Champion Data rankings – a.k.a. Super Coach points – for the 2009 NAB Challenge are out.
The link to the Microsoft Excel file is here. For those of you who haven’t got a way to read Excel files, may I recommend a little site I know of called Google.
These are the highlights for me from a rough perusal:
‣ Concerns about Brent Reilly‘s SC credentials should be shelved after his first three scores.
‣ Brisbane’s explosion in DT scores has not necessarily resulted in a similar increase in SC scores across the board.
‣ Daniel Rich is safe as houses as a SC starter.
‣ Lachie Henderson is worth serious consideration as a starter in SC.
‣ Hayden Skipworth‘s outside game doesn’t overly hurt his SC scoring.
‣ There is no new Harry Taylor in the new crop of Geelong youngsters.
‣ The Power midfield share around big SC days like blunts at a hippie party.
‣ Shane Tuck is going to be a keeper smokie, especially if Nathan Foley misses games early.
‣ You won’t be disappointed by Brett Deledio.
‣ Andrew Raines is going to have to rack up 20+ touches a game to be truly worthwhile, but he can do it.
‣ Doesn’t look like a year to have any Eagles in SC.
‣ Shaun Higgins is just as much a lock in SC as DT, perhaps more.