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So is that good for Gresham? Or somebody else?
Would assume J Gresham and J Steele will be the main beneficiaries.

J Gresham:
Wins Avg: 102 from 4 (2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)
Losses Avg: 75.29 from 17 (14/17 below 100, 1/17 120+)
Pre Bye Avg: 74.54 from 13 (low of 36 and a high of 131, 11/13 below 100, 2/13 120+)
Post Bye Avg: 85.78 from 9 (low of 44 and a high of 115, 6/9 below 100)

Disposals: 17.59
SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 18: 95.22 from 9 (low of 60 and a high of 131, 5/9 below 100, 1/9 120+)
SC Avg when disposals below 18: 68 from 13 (low of 36 and a high of 121, 12/13 below 100, 1/13 120+)
Contested Possessions: 6.95
SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 7: 89.53 from 15 (low of 53 and a high of 131, 10/15 below 100, 2/15 120+)
SC Avg when contested possessions below 7: 56.86 from 7 (low of 36 and a high of 96)
Tackles: 2.5
SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 3: 90 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 131, 8/11 below 100, 2/11 120+)
SC Avg when tackles below 3: 68.27 from 11 (low of 36 and a high of 115, 9/11 below 100)

J Steele:
Wins Avg: 104.5 from 4 (2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)
Losses Avg: 91.56 from 16 (12/16 below 100, 3/16 120+)
Pre Bye Avg: 81.42 from 12(11/12 below 100)
Post Bye Avg: 111.78 from 9 (3/9 below 100, 4/9 120+)

Disposals: 23.48
SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 24: 105.4 from 10 (low of 75 and a high of 144, 5/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)
SC Avg when disposals below 24: 84.45 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 118, 9/11 below 100)
Contested Possessions: 10.24
SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 11: 104.4 from 10 (low of 71 and a high of 144, 5/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)
SC Avg when contested possessions below 11: 85.36 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 118, 9/11 below 100)
Tackles: 6.67
SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 7: 99.38 from 13 (low of 68 and a high of 144, 7/13 below 100, 3/13 120+)
SC Avg when tackles below 7: 86.38 from 8 (low of 64 and a high of 121, 7/8 below 100, 1/8 120+)
Time on Ground%: 79.33%
SC Avg when time on ground equals/exceeds 80%: 105.83 from 12 (low of 71 and a high of 144, 6/12 below 100, 4/12 120+)
SC Avg when time on ground below 80%: 79.22 from 9 (low of 64 and a high of 100, 8/9 below 100)

Disposal Efficiency: 78.90%
Contested Possession Rate: 42.24%

Pre Bye Averages:
Disposals: 20.75
Tackles: 6
Contested Possessions: 8.92
Time on Ground%: 75.33%

Post Bye Averages:
Disposals: 27.11
Tackles: 7.56
Contested Possessions: 12
Time on Ground%: 84.67%
 

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Would assume J Gresham and J Steele will be the main beneficiaries.

J Gresham:
Wins Avg: 102 from 4 (2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)
Losses Avg: 75.29 from 17 (14/17 below 100, 1/17 120+)
Pre Bye Avg: 74.54 from 13 (low of 36 and a high of 131, 11/13 below 100, 2/13 120+)
Post Bye Avg: 85.78 from 9 (low of 44 and a high of 115, 6/9 below 100)

Disposals: 17.59
SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 18: 95.22 from 9 (low of 60 and a high of 131, 5/9 below 100, 1/9 120+)
SC Avg when disposals below 18: 68 from 13 (low of 36 and a high of 121, 12/13 below 100, 1/13 120+)
Contested Possessions: 6.95
SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 7: 89.53 from 15 (low of 53 and a high of 131, 10/15 below 100, 2/15 120+)
SC Avg when contested possessions below 7: 56.86 from 7 (low of 36 and a high of 96)
Tackles: 2.5
SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 3: 90 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 131, 8/11 below 100, 2/11 120+)
SC Avg when tackles below 3: 68.27 from 11 (low of 36 and a high of 115, 9/11 below 100)

J Steele:
Wins Avg: 104.5 from 4 (2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)
Losses Avg: 91.56 from 16 (12/16 below 100, 3/16 120+)
Pre Bye Avg: 81.42 from 12(11/12 below 100)
Post Bye Avg: 111.78 from 9 (3/9 below 100, 4/9 120+)

Disposals: 23.48
SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 24: 105.4 from 10 (low of 75 and a high of 144, 5/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)
SC Avg when disposals below 24: 84.45 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 118, 9/11 below 100)
Contested Possessions: 10.24
SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 11: 104.4 from 10 (low of 71 and a high of 144, 5/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)
SC Avg when contested possessions below 11: 85.36 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 118, 9/11 below 100)
Tackles: 6.67
SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 7: 99.38 from 13 (low of 68 and a high of 144, 7/13 below 100, 3/13 120+)
SC Avg when tackles below 7: 86.38 from 8 (low of 64 and a high of 121, 7/8 below 100, 1/8 120+)
Time on Ground%: 79.33%
SC Avg when time on ground equals/exceeds 80%: 105.83 from 12 (low of 71 and a high of 144, 6/12 below 100, 4/12 120+)
SC Avg when time on ground below 80%: 79.22 from 9 (low of 64 and a high of 100, 8/9 below 100)

Disposal Efficiency: 78.90%
Contested Possession Rate: 42.24%

Pre Bye Averages:
Disposals: 20.75
Tackles: 6
Contested Possessions: 8.92
Time on Ground%: 75.33%

Post Bye Averages:
Disposals: 27.11
Tackles: 7.56
Contested Possessions: 12
Time on Ground%: 84.67%
Hopefully Steele is someone that benefits with a bit more space around the midfield that everyone is anticipating
 

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So is that good for Gresham? Or somebody else?
From what I’ve read now on the saints’ board, it appears to be more a hamstring tendonitis issue rather than a hammy tear - so he isn’t ruled out for an extended period of time. Possibly why the saints keep calling it “hamstring awareness”, posters mentioned that he has been carrying it over the past few years.

I think he still is a chance to play early on (probably Round 1) but wouldn’t think he has the same impact as if he were fully fit.

I don’t think any one really benefits from it as Hanners would play in the mids if he’s on the field - just wouldn’t have as much impact if he’s underdone.
 

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Would assume J Gresham and J Steele will be the main beneficiaries.

J Gresham:
Wins Avg: 102 from 4 (2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)
Losses Avg: 75.29 from 17 (14/17 below 100, 1/17 120+)
Pre Bye Avg: 74.54 from 13 (low of 36 and a high of 131, 11/13 below 100, 2/13 120+)
Post Bye Avg: 85.78 from 9 (low of 44 and a high of 115, 6/9 below 100)

Disposals: 17.59
SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 18: 95.22 from 9 (low of 60 and a high of 131, 5/9 below 100, 1/9 120+)
SC Avg when disposals below 18: 68 from 13 (low of 36 and a high of 121, 12/13 below 100, 1/13 120+)
Contested Possessions: 6.95
SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 7: 89.53 from 15 (low of 53 and a high of 131, 10/15 below 100, 2/15 120+)
SC Avg when contested possessions below 7: 56.86 from 7 (low of 36 and a high of 96)
Tackles: 2.5
SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 3: 90 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 131, 8/11 below 100, 2/11 120+)
SC Avg when tackles below 3: 68.27 from 11 (low of 36 and a high of 115, 9/11 below 100)

J Steele:
Wins Avg: 104.5 from 4 (2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)
Losses Avg: 91.56 from 16 (12/16 below 100, 3/16 120+)
Pre Bye Avg: 81.42 from 12(11/12 below 100)
Post Bye Avg: 111.78 from 9 (3/9 below 100, 4/9 120+)

Disposals: 23.48
SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 24: 105.4 from 10 (low of 75 and a high of 144, 5/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)
SC Avg when disposals below 24: 84.45 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 118, 9/11 below 100)
Contested Possessions: 10.24
SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 11: 104.4 from 10 (low of 71 and a high of 144, 5/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)
SC Avg when contested possessions below 11: 85.36 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 118, 9/11 below 100)
Tackles: 6.67
SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 7: 99.38 from 13 (low of 68 and a high of 144, 7/13 below 100, 3/13 120+)
SC Avg when tackles below 7: 86.38 from 8 (low of 64 and a high of 121, 7/8 below 100, 1/8 120+)
Time on Ground%: 79.33%
SC Avg when time on ground equals/exceeds 80%: 105.83 from 12 (low of 71 and a high of 144, 6/12 below 100, 4/12 120+)
SC Avg when time on ground below 80%: 79.22 from 9 (low of 64 and a high of 100, 8/9 below 100)

Disposal Efficiency: 78.90%
Contested Possession Rate: 42.24%

Pre Bye Averages:
Disposals: 20.75
Tackles: 6
Contested Possessions: 8.92
Time on Ground%: 75.33%

Post Bye Averages:
Disposals: 27.11
Tackles: 7.56
Contested Possessions: 12
Time on Ground%: 84.67%
Good stats for Steele ... I often add the DE and the CP rate as an indicwtor of overall quality (one tends to go up when the other goes down). 121% is a very good number.
 

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From what I’ve read now on the saints’ board, it appears to be more a hamstring tendonitis issue rather than a hammy tear - so he isn’t ruled out for an extended period of time. Possibly why the saints keep calling it “hamstring awareness”, posters mentioned that he has been carrying it over the past few years.

I think he still is a chance to play early on (probably Round 1) but wouldn’t think he has the same impact as if he were fully fit.

I don’t think any one really benefits from it as Hanners would play in the mids if he’s on the field - just wouldn’t have as much impact if he’s underdone.
Good info B18. So Hannebery has been carrying hamstring tendonitis for the past few years, which affects his performance, hmmm, why would any SuperCoach bother to get him in their team?
 

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Good info B18. So Hannebery has been carrying hamstring tendonitis for the past few years, which affects his performance, hmmm, why would any SuperCoach bother to get him in their team?
It’s only what the poster had mentioned so not a definitive source, but it did make sense if that was the case. Definitely makes him less attractive from a fantasy perspective if it’s an ongoing concern.

The saints surely would’ve known about it when they got him.
 

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Good info B18. So Hannebery has been carrying hamstring tendonitis for the past few years, which affects his performance, hmmm, why would any SuperCoach bother to get him in their team?
Here’s the comment itself - doesn’t read well for him at all! However, not sure how reliable the source is.

He has hamstring tendinitis. Has carried it for last couple of years and willnfor the career. Just needs to be managed week to week unfortunately.
 

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Here’s the comment itself - doesn’t read well for him at all! However, not sure how reliable the source is.

He has hamstring tendinitis. Has carried it for last couple of years and willnfor the career. Just needs to be managed week to week unfortunately.
Doesn't sound like he is managing it too well. So he may not miss games, just affect his performance.
 

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Hanneberry has done a hamstring , out for a month

Source: Channel 7 Adelaide News
I don’t think this comment is quite correct fwiw. Not the standard hanstring tear which would rule him out for a month. Browne himself is saying “it is not serious”.

However, it might possibly be an even worse kind of injury that requires ongoing management.
 
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I don’t think this comment is quite correct fwiw. Not the standard hanstring tear which would rule him out for a month. Browne himself is saying “it is not serious”.

However, it might possibly be an even worse kind of injury that requires ongoing management.
no worries , was just posting what they said on the News.

won't bother posting anything I hear from now on being reported
 

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no worries , was just posting what they said on the News.

won't bother posting anything I hear from now on being reported
Sorry, didn’t mean to discourage you from posting.

If it was just that same news bulletin from above by Tom Browne, I’m not sure that he meant hanners was out for one month... that’s all!
 
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Sorry, didn’t mean to discourage you from posting.

If it was just that same news bulletin from above by Tom Browne, I’m not sure that he meant hanners was out for one month... that’s all!
all good mate

plenty of others on here posting enough info , I need to recharge my batteries from Big Bash and take a break anyway
 

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St Kilda declare Dan Hannebery’s hamstring issue as ‘minor’ and he remains on track for season 2019

St Kilda has allayed fears surrounding the fitness of star recruit Dan Hannebery and is adamant that the midfielder remains on track to feature in the upcoming JLT Community Series.

The former Swan was withdrawn from a match simulation 10 days ago, completing drills on the sideline after reporting hamstring tightness on February 1.
Later scans indicated no strain with the star able to engage in an arduous running session last week.
“Dan experienced some hamstring tightness during match simulation training 10 days ago but scans cleared him of any strain,” a Saints spokesperson said.
“His workload has been reduced slightly and he’ll step up his training over the next week as the club continues to take a conservative approach.
“It’s a minor issue which isn’t expected to impact his preparations for the season.”
Hannebery, 27, who joined the club at the end of last season on a five-year deal, reported a similar issue in December with those scans clear.
Given his history with hamstring injuries, the club has kept a close eye on Hannebery’s training load in recent months as he builds towards his 11th AFL season.
 

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St Kilda declare Dan Hannebery’s hamstring issue as ‘minor’ and he remains on track for season 2019

St Kilda has allayed fears surrounding the fitness of star recruit Dan Hannebery and is adamant that the midfielder remains on track to feature in the upcoming JLT Community Series.

The former Swan was withdrawn from a match simulation 10 days ago, completing drills on the sideline after reporting hamstring tightness on February 1.
Later scans indicated no strain with the star able to engage in an arduous running session last week.
“Dan experienced some hamstring tightness during match simulation training 10 days ago but scans cleared him of any strain,” a Saints spokesperson said.
“His workload has been reduced slightly and he’ll step up his training over the next week as the club continues to take a conservative approach.
“It’s a minor issue which isn’t expected to impact his preparations for the season.”
Hannebery, 27, who joined the club at the end of last season on a five-year deal, reported a similar issue in December with those scans clear.
Given his history with hamstring injuries, the club has kept a close eye on Hannebery’s training load in recent months as he builds towards his 11th AFL season.
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