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Predict the AFL Ladder season 2023

mainlandy

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The 2023 season is just around the corner and it's time to post your ladders to figure out where each time will finish the season on the ladder in order to win the LeetoRainestoRoach Cup. As Lee was the inaugural winner we will name this competition in his honour.
All you need to do is number every team from 1 - the highest ranking team to 18 the lowest ranking team. It works like this: If you pick the tigers to finish 1st and they finish the home and away season in 4th you receive 3 points. If the tigers finish first then you will get -1. The person with the lowest score at the end of the season wins. If there happens to be a tie at the end of the home and away season all points for the entire season will be added up to find the winner.
** When you post your ladder can you please number every team from 1-18 so that is easy for me when tallying up the scores every week, just follow my template.
Can mrposhman win for a third time? Will larabee wake out of his slumber and finish higher than bottom? As per usual season 2023, apart from maybe a few teams, it looks damn hard to pick where every team will finish, especially after the top 2 so good luck everyone!
Entries close before the bounce of the Tigers V Blues clash Thursday 16th March, 7.20PM. If you have posted your ladder but feel the need to change your ladder, you are welcome to any time up to the first bounce of the season. After the first bounce you cannot change your ladder.

Here is my ladder for the 2023 season:

1 Melbourne
2 Geelong
3 Richmond
4 West Bulldogs
5 Carlton
6 Collingwood
7 Sydney
8 Port Adelaide
9 Brisbane
10 Fremantle
11 Gold Coast
12 Adelaide
13 GWS
14 St Kilda
15 Essendon
16 North Melbourne
17 West Coast
18 Hawthorn

Past winners of the LeetoRainestoRoach Cup:

2017 LeetoRainestoRoach
2018 Ian G
2019 DJ Jazzy Pete
2020 mrposhman
2021 Midsy
2022 mrposhman
 
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The 2023 season is just around the corner and it's time to post your ladders to figure out where each time will finish the season on the ladder in order to win the LeetoRainestoRoach Cup. As Lee was the inaugural winner we will name this competition in his honour.
All you need to do is number every team from 1 - the highest ranking team to 18 the lowest ranking team. It works like this: If you pick the tigers to finish 1st and they finish the home and away season in 4th you receive 3 points. If the tigers finish first then you will get -1. The person with the lowest score at the end of the season wins. If there happens to be a tie at the end of the home and away season all points for the entire season will be added up to find the winner.
** When you post your ladder can you please number every team from 1-18 so that is easy for me when tallying up the scores every week, just follow my template.
Can mrposhman win for a third time? Will larabee wake out of his slumber and finish higher than bottom? As per usual season 2023, apart from maybe a few teams, it looks damn hard to pick where every team will finish, especially after the top 2 so good luck everyone!
Entries close before the bounce of the Tigers V Blues clash Thursday 16th March, 7.20PM. If you have posted your ladder but feel the need to change your ladder, you are welcome to any time up to the first bounce of the season. After the first bounce you cannot change your ladder.

Here is my ladder for the 2023 season:

1 Melbourne
2 Geelong
3 Richmond
4 Collingwood
5 Western Bulldogs
6 Carlton
7 Sydney
8 Port Adelaide
9 Brisbane
10 Gold Coast
11 Essendon
12 Fremantle
13 St Kilda
14 Adelaide
15 North Melbourne
16 Hawthorn
17 West Coast
18 GWS

Past winners of the LeetoRainestoRoach Cup:

2017 LeetoRainestoRoach
2018 Ian G
2019 DJ Jazzy Pete
2020 mrposhman
2021 Midsy
2022 mrposhman
1. Richmond
2. Melbourne
3. Western Bulldogs
4. Brisbane
5. Geelong
6. Sydney
7. Carlton
8. St Kilda
9. Collingwood
10. Adelaide
11. Fremantle
12. Port Adelaide
13. GWS
14. West Coast
15. Gold Coast
16. Hawthorn
17. North Melbourne
18. Essendon
 
Woo hoo!

The best footy comp opens its doors for 2023!

Onya @mainlandy

Will submit my entry soon.

WisdomOfTheCrowd said he/she would submit their entry just before Round one. Apparently they are using a new technique this year. I think it has something to do with ignoring at all costs @larabee 's ladder prediction. Mind you, I couldn't really understand what they were saying because as soon as they mentioned @larabee they started chuckle-snorting and rolling around on the basement floor. :oops:
 
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Ah, the Season has started. Thanks again for running this again @mainlandy, highlight of the year. Now for the picks that will break the all time record for this comp, at one of the ends of the table....

Mods, Admin, can we pin this thread please?

1 Geelong
2 Melbourne
3 Richmond
4 Western Bulldogs
5 Sydney
6 Brisbane
7 Carlton
8 Collingwood
9 Fremantle
10 Port Adelaide
11 Gold Coast
12 Essendon
13 St Kilda
14 Adelaide
15 GWS
16 Hawthorn
17 West Coast
18 North Melbourne
 
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Here's my crack at the ladder.

1 - Brisbane
2 - Melbourne
3 - Sydney
4 - Richmond
5 - Western Bulldogs
6 - Fremantle
7 - Geelong
8 - Collingwood
9 - Carlton
10 - Adelaide
11 - North Melbourne
12 - Port Adelaide
13 - GWS
14 - St Kilda
15 - Gold Coast
16 - Hawthorn
17 - Essendon
18 - West Coast

1st round of finals - redemption time for the Tiges.
 
Here's my crack at the ladder.

1 - Brisbane
2 - Melbourne
3 - Sydney
4 - Richmond
5 - Western Bulldogs
6 - Fremantle
7 - Geelong
8 - Collingwood
9 - Carlton
10 - Adelaide
11 - North Melbourne
12 - Port Adelaide
13 - GWS
14 - St Kilda
15 - Gold Coast
16 - Hawthorn
17 - Essendon
18 - West Coast

1st round of finals - redemption time for the Tiges.
Heh heh heh. Carlton.
 
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1. Brisbane
2. Melbourne
3. Geelong
4. Sydney
5. Dogs
6. Carlton
7. Richmond
8. Collingwood
9. Adelaide
10. Freo
11. Port
12. St. Kilda
13. GWS
14. Gold Coast
15. Essendon
16. West Coast
17. North
18. Hawthorn
 
Thanks Mainlandy, this is my favourite part of the season.

1. Geelong
2. Brisbane
3. Melbourne
4. Fremantle
5. Port
6. Bulldogs
7. Carlton
8. Richmond
9. Sydney
10. Gold Coast
11. Collingwood
12. St Kilda
13. Essendon
14. Adelaide
15. GWS
16. West Coast
17. North
18. Hawthorn
 
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Thanks Mainlandy, this is my favourite part of the season.

1. Geelong
2. Brisbane
3. Melbourne
4. Fremantle
5. Port
6. Bulldogs
7. Carlton
8. Richmond
9. Sydney
10. Gold Coast
11. Collingwood
12. St Kilda
13. Essendon
14. Adelaide
15. GWS
16. West Coast
17. North
18. Hawthorn
No love for Syd-a-ney and also the Unwashed ?
 
Ah, the Season has started. Thanks again for running this again @mainlandy, highlight of the year. Now for the picks that will break the all time record for this comp, at one of the ends of the table....

Mods, Admin, can we pin this thread please?

1 Geelong
2 Melbourne
3 Richmond
4 Western Bulldogs
5 Sydney
6 Brisbane
7 Carlton
8 Collingwood
9 Fremantle
10 Port Adelaide
11 Gold Coast
12 Essendon
13 St Kilda
14 Adelaide
15 GWS
16 Hawthorn
17 West Coast
18 North Melbourne
Mods, Admin, can we pin this thread please?
Done
 
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Here's my crack at the ladder.

1 - Brisbane
2 - Melbourne
3 - Sydney
4 - Richmond
5 - Western Bulldogs
6 - Fremantle
7 - Geelong
8 - Collingwood
9 - Carlton
10 - Adelaide
11 - North Melbourne
12 - Port Adelaide
13 - GWS
14 - St Kilda
15 - Gold Coast
16 - Hawthorn
17 - Essendon
18 - West Coast

1st round of finals - redemption time for the Tiges

See my crack at the ladder attached……………….……………. ;) :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:







Not waving, still hurting……………






If you cant beat ’em, join ‘em…..






Seriously, thanks Mainlandy, I will have a bit of a ponder and then table my table.
 
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1. Brisbane
2. Melbourne
3. Sydney
4. Fremantle
5. Bulldogs
6. Richmond
7. Geelong
8. Collingwood
9. GWS
10. Carlton
11. Gold Coast
12. Adelaide
13. Port Adelaide
14. St Kilda
15. North
16. Hawthorn
17. Essendon
18. West Coast
 
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No love for Syd-a-ney and also the Unwashed ?

Thought the Swans played a bit above their staton last year, the tougher draw might set them back for a year.

Not sure who the unwashed are?

I found that hard to do though, see Carlton and Port as risers but not sure at who's expense. I'm not sure whether to have us top 4 or out of the 8 so went the middle and hoping I'm well under.
 
1. Brisbane
2. Melbourne
3. Geelong
4. Richmond
5. Sydney
6. Bulldogs
7. Fremantle
8. Collingwood
9. Carlton
10. St Kilda
11. GWS
12. Gold Coast
13. Port Adelaide
14. Essendon
15. Adelaide
16. North Melbourne
17. Hawthorn
18. West Coast
 
I’m sure I can continue my terrible record:

1: Melbourne
2: Geelong
3: Brisbane
4: Richmond
5: Collingwood
6: Sydney
7: Freo
8: Carlton
9: Essendon
10: Adelaide
11: St kilda
12: Bulldogs
13: GWS
14: Port Adelaide
15: West coast
16: Gold Coast
17:North
18: Hawthorn
 
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1.Freo
2.Melb
3Tiges
4Geelong
5Carl
6Pies
7Brisbane
8Sydney
9dogs
10Saints
11Gold coast
12GWS
13Hawks
14West Coast
15Dons
16north
17adelaide
18port adelaide
 
1. Geelong
2. Melbourne
3. Sydney
4. Richmond
5. Brisbane
6. Western Bulldogs
7. Collingwood
8. Port Adelaide
9. Carlton
10. Fremantle
11. St Kilda
12. Gold Coast
13. Essendon
14. GWS
15. Adelaide
16. Hawthorn
17. West Coast
18. North Melbourne