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The fixture.


Tiger Legend
Dec 11, 2017
Does that take into account current ladder position, because it sure looks like North get a tough draw for the whole year. Given how bad they are it seems a bit extreme.



Delisted Free Agent
Nov 8, 2005
*smile* me, how did they score that after making a GF last year?

Steven Hocking (born 18 January 1965) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Geelong in the VFL/AFL. He is the elder brother of former Geelong captain Garry.

A back pocket specialist,
Hocking played with the Cats for over a decade and fell one game short of reaching 200 games when he retired after ending up on the losing 1994 AFL Grand Final team. He was named as the club's 'Most Determined Player' award four times including three consecutive seasons from 1988 to 1990.

In August 2017, Hocking was appointed AFL General Manager of Football Operations.[1] He had served as Geelong's head of football.[2]
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Tiger Legend
Dec 18, 2002
Tel Aviv
We have the easiest remaining draw? Cornes will be all over this.

Whilst I seriously doubt the integrity of that data and the table for a host of reasons, even if it was a good assessment, then Cornes would be better off asking how a club that played in last year's GF has had a 13th and 11th hardest draw over the first 7 and remaining rounds respectively. At least we've gone 3 and 18 not ***** 13th and 11th.

Maybe he could ask ex Geewhinge player and resident AFL cheat and ahole, S. Hocking the question.


A Tiger in Denmark
Aug 9, 2003
We may very well have the easiest draw overall for the rest of the season, but our next three are all pretty tough (GWS 11th, 3-4, but hitting some form).
We could very easily be 4-6, and from that point on we couldn't afford too many more Sydney-like performances.
You can bang on all you like about premierships being won in September but you've got to win enough games to get there.