Brownlow Predictor Competition 2022

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Hi all,

Thought I'd run this comp again this year (last year was a good comp!) and a bit of fun considering it was pretty competitive so to speak - interesting to see who was the Brownlow Guru

Link: to last year’s comp https://supercoachscores.com/threads/brownlow-predictor-competition-2021.4722/

Basically speaking,

1: Select 2 players from each club that you think likely to finish with the most amount of votes (top 2, order doesn't matter) – their overall vote totals will be tallied up

2: Pick the Brownlow Medallist. If they come 1st you get 15 points, 2nd, 10 points and 3rd, 5 points. (ineligible players included). You cannot pick a tie (points allocated edited to make it possible for one to not pick the winner and still obtain top score)

To spice it up a bit this year the following components are new:

3. (New) - Boxed First 4. Select 4 players for your FIRST 4 (5 points)
4. - Highest Vote Polling Team (5 points)
5. - Lowest Vote Polling Team (5 points)
6. - Leader at Round 11 (5 points)
7. - Brownlow Winner vote range: Under 25, 25-27, 28-30, 31-33, 34+ (5 points)

*Most amount of votes per club include favourites & ineligible players
*In event of a two way tie (eg tie for second), you will get 12.5 points ([15+10]/2) for selecting either winner. If its a two way tie for 3rd you will receive 5 points for selecting either winner.
*Selections close at 9am the day of the Brownlow. You are free to change your selections however editing is only open until that time

Your scores will be totaled and the member with the highest score the winner. Feel free to use the below as a template:

Adelaide -
Brisbane -
Carlton -
Collingwood -
Essendon -
Fremantle -
Geelong -
Gold Coast -
Greater Western Sydney -
Hawthorn -
Melbourne -
North Melbourne -
Port Adelaide -
Richmond -
St Kilda -
Sydney -
West Coast -
Western Bulldogs -

2. Brownlow -
3. First 4 (any order) -
4. Highest Vote Polling Team
5. Lowest Vote Polling Team
6. Leader at Round 11
7. Brownlow Winner vote range: Under 25, 25-27, 28-30, 31-33, 34+

Good luck to all!
 
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Results from last season:
Please see below for final results:

1. 610 (590+20) @HoleyFrijole$
2. 603 (583+20) @Bontempele
3. 601 (586+15) @kennychao
4. 597 (587+10) @Jim's Dim Sims
5. 588 (578+10) @mike89
6. 585 (570+15) @wogitalia
7. 584 (569+15) @N29
8. 583 (573+10) @Zagbag
9. 579 (569+10) @Bermi
10. 567 (562+5) @Stormzy
11. 566 (566+0) @Ironhawk
12. 551 (541+0) @Seymour Skinner
13. 526 (521+5) @Vicwood

Fun fact:
- Max score would be 612 (+30) [642]
- No one got 6/6 bonus points
- Only @HoleyFrijole$ hit the First 4

Max possible:
Adelaide - Laird, Keays 16, 11 (27)
Brisbane - Lyons, Zorko 23, 14 (37)
Carlton - Walsh, McKay 30, 8 (38)
Collingwood - De Goey/Grundy, Crisp 9, 11 (20)
Essendon - Parish, Merrett 26, 20 (46)
Fremantle - Mundy, Brayshaw 20, 10 (30)
Geelong - C Guthrie, Selwood 18, 9 (27)
Gold Coast - Miller, Anderson 17, 8 (25)
Greater Western Sydney - Taranto, Hopper 15, 15 (30)
Hawthorn - Mitchell, O'Meara 25, 11 (36)
Melbourne - Oliver, Petracca 31, 23 (54)
North Melbourne - Cunnington, Thomas 15, 5 (20)
Port Adelaide - Wines, Boak 36, 25 (61)
Richmond - Martin, Riewoldt 11, 8 (19)
St Kilda - Steele, Dunstan 26, 11 (37)
Sydney - Mills, Parker 18, 17 (35)
West Coast - Kelly, Sheed 10, 13 (23)
Western Bulldogs - Bontempelli, Macrae 33, 14 (47)

1. Brownlow – Wines
3. First 4 (any order) - Oliver, Bontempelli, Walsh, Wines
4. Highest Vote Polling Team - Melbourne (96)
5. Lowest Vote Polling Team - North Melbourne (39)
6. Leader at Round 11 – Oliver
7. Brownlow Winner vote range: 34+

Thanks to everyone for partaking! Interesting to see where the votes land (compared to Supercoach averages etc)!
 
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Not sure if this is still going or not, but thought I'd give it a bump before the count on Sunday.

I've got little idea this year, didn't track any individual games as I have in other years, seems it could be a close count though, with multiple players I could see winning.
 
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Not sure if this is still going or not, but thought I'd give it a bump before the count on Sunday.

I've got little idea this year, didn't track any individual games as I have in other years, seems it could be a close count though, with multiple players I could see winning.
I've got a Freo player for the loophole because they had a lot of Sunday games!!!
The gaps between lockouts are really tight though.
 
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May as well give this a go, see if I can beat last year's effort. Some of these were very hard to pick, especially the ones where I don't think the club will get many votes at all.

Adelaide - Laird, Dawson
Brisbane - Neale, McCluggage
Carlton - Cripps, Walsh
Collingwood - N Daicos, Crisp
Essendon - Merrett, Parish
Fremantle - Brayshaw, Brodie
Geelong - Cameron, Stewart
Gold Coast - Miller, Anderson
Greater Western Sydney - Coniglio, Kelly
Hawthorn - Sicily, Newcombe
Melbourne - Oliver, Petracca
North Melbourne - Davies-Uniacke, Simpkin
Port Adelaide - Rozee, Wines
Richmond - Bolton, Lynch
St Kilda - Steele, Sinclair
Sydney - Mills, Parker
West Coast - Barrass, Shuey (No idea on this one, think I saw 1 Eagles match all season and they were awful...)
Western Bulldogs - Bontempelli, Dunkley

2. Brownlow - Neale
3. First 4 (any order) - Neale, Oliver, Brayshaw, Cripps
4. Highest Vote Polling Team - Cats
5. Lowest Vote Polling Team - Eagles
6. Leader at Round 11 - Cripps
7. Brownlow Winner vote range: 31-33

Seems a bit odd tipping the Cats to get most votes, as I don't see any Cats player coming close to winning the medal. Just picked them as they were the team with the most wins: they should get the most votes combined, but it doesn't always work like that.
 
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Adelaide - Laird, Walker
Brisbane - Neale, McCluggage
Carlton - Cripps, Walsh
Collingwood - Crisp, DeGoey
Essendon - Merrett, Parish
Fremantle - Brayshaw, Brodie
Geelong - Cameron, Guthrie
Gold Coast - Miller, Anderson
Greater Western Sydney - Coniglio, Kelly
Hawthorn - Sicily, Mitchell
Melbourne - Oliver, Petracca
North Melbourne - Davies-Uniacke, Larkey
Port Adelaide - Rozee, Wines
Richmond - Prestia, Bolton
St Kilda - Steele, Sinclair
Sydney - Mills, Parker
West Coast - JJK, Rioli
Western Bulldogs - Bontempelli, Dunkley

2. Brownlow - Neale
3. First 4 (any order) - Neale, Oliver, Miller, Cripps
4. Highest Vote Polling Team - Cats
5. Lowest Vote Polling Team - Eagles
6. Leader at Round 11 - Neale
7. Brownlow Winner vote range: 28-30
 
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Adelaide - Laird, Keays
Brisbane - Neale, McCluggage
Carlton - Cripps, Walsh
Collingwood - Crisp, DeGoey
Essendon - Merrett, Parish
Fremantle - Brayshaw, Serong
Geelong - Cameron, Guthrie
Gold Coast - Miller, Anderson
Greater Western Sydney - Kelly, Conigs
Hawthorn - Mitchell, Gunston
Melbourne - Oliver, Petracca
North Melbourne - Davies-Uniacke, Simpkin
Port Adelaide - Rozee, Wines
Richmond - Prestia, Bolton
St Kilda - Steele, Gresham
Sydney - Mills, Parker
West Coast - JJK, Kelly
Western Bulldogs - Bontempelli, Dunkley

2. Brownlow - Neale
3. First 4 (any order) - Neale, Oliver, Cripps, Touk
4. Highest Vote Polling Team - Cats
5. Lowest Vote Polling Team - Eagles
6. Leader at Round 11 - Neale
7. Brownlow Winner vote range: 28-30
 
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Neale on 19 after Rd 11, looks like I was the only one to get that wrong (Cripps had 17).

Looking like it could be another 30+ votes total for the winner again.
 
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Merret coming home like a steam train with a stack of votes late, could still poll into the 20s
 
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