Meet The SCHQ Team

Josh S
2016 Premiers: Port Adelaide
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: McVeigh
  • MID: Dangerfield
  • RUCK: Martin
  • FWD: Dahlhaus

Break-out player: Elliott Yeo to push his average into the 100s
2015 Rank: 2,688
Team Supported: Sydney

Aaron
2016 Premiers: Hawthorn (I reckon they can do the 4 in a row)
2016 Wooden Spoon: Essendon, if the top ups don’t work, other wise Brisbane/Carlton.
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: Heath Shaw
  • MID: Nathan Fyfe to just edge out Patrick Dangerfield
  • RUCK: Sam Jacobs
  • FWD: Michael Barlow

Break-out player: Jamie Macmillan – hasn’t played a full season since 2013. Averaged 88 last year in 14 games and can be an elite defender this year with a full season!
2015 SC Ranking: 1,922nd
Team Supported: St.Kilda

Declan
2016 Premiers: West Coast
2016 Wooden Spoon: Essendon
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: Matthew Boyd
  • MID: Gary Ablett
  • RUCK: Nic Naitainui
  • FWD: Leigh Montagna

Break-out player: Elliot Yeo
2015 SC ranking: 8,945
Team supported: Carlton

Pinidu
2016 Premiers: West Coast Eagles
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: Jarred McVeigh
  • MID: Tom Rockliff
  • RUCK: Todd Goldstein
  • FWD: Dustin Martin
Break-out player: Aaron Hall
2015 SC ranking: 6,236
Team supported: Collingwood
Josh G
2016 Premiers: West Coast Eagles
2016 Wooden Spoon: Brisbane
Top SC scorer in each position:
  • DEF: Shaw
  • MID: Rocky
  • RUCK: Goldy/Gawn
  • FWD: Bennell

Break-out Player: Zach Merrett. I think he will go from and 88 average to around 100+.
2015 SC Ranking: 503
Team Supported: Essendon FC

Jesse L
2016 Premiers: Fremantle
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: Matthew Boyd
  • MID: Gary Ablett
  • RUCK: Sam Jacobs
  • FWD: Harley Bennell

Breakout Player: Lachie Whitfield – strong uninterrupted pre-season can see him lifting his average from 75 from past 3 years to 95-100.
2015 SC Ranking: 7,059
Team Supported: Melbourne FC

Paul
2016 Premiers: Hawthorn
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorers in each position:

  • DEF : H.Shaw
  • MID : Rockliff
  • RUCK : Mumford
  • FWD : Wingard

Break-out player: Joshua Kelly – take his average from 70 up to 95-100.
2015 Rank: 6,785
Team Supported: Hawthorn

Shorty
2016 Premiers: West Coast
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorers in each position:

  • DEF: McVeigh
  • MID: Ablett
  • RUCK: Goldstein
  • FWD: D.Martin

Break-out player: Kade Kolojashnij
2015 SC Rank: 6,768
Team Supported: Geelong

Matt
2016 Premiers: West Coast Eagles
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: Jared McVeigh (SYD)
  • MID: Gary Ablett (GC)
  • RUCK: Todd Goldstein (NTH)
  • FWD: Brett Deledio (RICH)

Break-out player: Zachary Williams (GWS)
2015 SC ranking: Top 8% (I can’t remember what rank)
Team supported: Sydney Swans

Dave
2016 Premiers: Hawthorn – four in a row, can’t believe I’m tipping that.
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton – not a lot to work with at the moment for the Bluebaggers.
Top SC scorer in each position:
  • DEF: Heath Shaw
  • MID: Patrick Dangerfield
  • RUCK: Todd Goldstein
  • FWD: Dustin Martin

Break-out player: Jack Billings
2015 SC Ranking: Good question! No idea.
Team Supported: St.Kilda

Jesse C
2016 Premiers: Sydney
2016 Wooden Spoon: Carlton
Top SC scorer in each position:

  • DEF: Kade Kolodjashnij
  • MID: Patrick Dangerfield
  • RUCK: Sam Jacobs
  • FWD: Chad Wingard

Break-out player: Ryan Harwood (DEF, $282,300) – His body is right, his club are going to have a lot of chance to rebound out of the defensive fifty and he has a high kick to handball ratio. I expect his average to be 85-95 in 2016.
2015 SC Ranking: 1,200.
Team Supported: Richmond


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