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*** FANTASY LEAGUE 2013 *** Super Coach - TotalRLSC13 End of Season Ladders and Results; Special Awards Presented

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Anyone bought the Gold package for the season, or used the free trial?

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Not a bad start with over 1000 points. Not a fan of the league being filled up but am looking forward to the league table system as an extra. Havent used the free trial maybe will not really looked in to it that deeply

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 2 2013

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Notebook After Round 2

Steven's Mighty Bulldogs have leapfrogged Peter's Yorkshire Gold to take over the top spot this week.
These two are the only teams to average over a 1000 points a week. Just 17 points separates them.
Of course it is very early days and absolutely anything can happen yet.
Daves Dynamos, Jeff's TBT and David's Thatcham Rabbitohs are in good shape all breaking the 900 point barrier this week. Well done all.
Gavin is mentioned in dispatches this week as his terrific 917 points lifted him up two places to 13.
I'll let Kev sum up his start to the season. :huh:
It's competitive in all areas of the ladder. Still so it should be at this time of season. It's all to play for!

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Not sure its a good idea giving away all me secrets but what the hell, if you want to save some cash, don't get the supercoach gold package, simply google nrl supercoach talk, there's an excel spreadsheet download that gives you all the breakevens and stats breakdowns. Your players price fluctuates based on the past three performances, so while round 1 scores were important they will only impact the players price for one week only, this coming weeks results (round 3) for example will impact their price for three weeks, you'll see what i mean.

on this site Wellin also gives detailed analysis of the past matches and potential team line ups highlighting, players returning from injury etc

Been based in the UK we can't win any cash prizes so its all about H2H (head to head), the trick is to win as many games as you can to reach the top eight whist generating as much cash as you can and preserving trades so that when/if you do make the playoffs at the end of the year, you can stack your teams full of the big guns. I've done this and won the grand final 4 out of the 5 years, the only defeat been losing in the semis when g stewart got sinbinned and then sent off at the same time fighting with adam blair!.....but i'm not bitter >:-(

Another hint is to keep an eye on the rep fixtures, some players play reduced minutes following international and origin, therefore the following weeks can see big price drops and you can sometimes snap this players up at bargain prices.

good luck everyone,

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Notebook After Round 2

I'll let Kev sum up his start to the season. :huh:

Stupid game :angry:

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Stupid game :angry:

If you will play with the big boys .... strike that! :lol:

Thanks for that Yorkshire Gold.

My major concern this season compared with our previous more open league competition is what appears to be a much smaller number of outs and ins.

40 isn't that many. Last year as Melbourne Rovers I used a total of 133 transfers!

This seems like an altogether different ball game so any advice or even just little discoveries as we go along needs sharing. :D

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Positions after Round 3 will be posted tomorrow - it takes an extra day for the final scores to be tabulated on the Super Coach web site.

Looks like some big scores put together by our teams this week.

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 3 2013

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Notebook After Round 3

The general impression looking at this is how scores at the top have jumped en masse from Round 2.
Top ten total scores are also very close. To be fair scores at all points in the ladder compare very favourably with last season.
I notice Kev's Roveranout score has picked up somewhat after that little nudge last week.
Well done everyone.
Feel free to comment here, I'd hate to talk myself in circles here for want of company!
:biggrin:

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The posting of Round 4 results is likely to be a little later than usual as I won't have access to the internet in the normal way for some days next week.

Apologies mates.

I will catch up.

Feel free to contribute in the mean time.

Thanks

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yes the 40 changes should be interesting later. Had to make a few changes already with injuries etc. Still hopefully no changes now for a few weeks.

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I have managed to see the R4 results but don't have access to the software I use to create the images for this thread.

Round 4 was the first time we had head to head games producing another ladder. I'll keep posting the overall positions as in the traditional ladder. The other ladder makes interesting viewing though. Until I get chance to do a proper R4 posting you'll have to make do with each of us looking at our own pages. Normal service will resume as soon as possible. That's a day or two from now.

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Couldn't get up to date after Round 4 what with being away from computer then having problems posting on forum.

I'll be up to date after Round 5

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 4 2013

 

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Notebook After Round 4

The Round 4 ladder was still available so I have been able to post it after all!

Just two teams scored over the 1000 points total this week Gavin and his Restoftheworldvaus and Graham's Featherstone Storm.

The head to head games got underway too. Look out for it on your Super Coach page.

 

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This ladder is formed by wins and points difference.

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 5 2013

 

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Notebook After Round 5

Wow that was generally a high scoring round with nine teams bursting through the 1000 point barrier together with a host of other very respectable scores just below that.

Peter again mustered his troops the best, topping out our scores with 1257 points which maintains him in the number 1 spot.

The total point scores are close though and the season is just getting into its stride.

The battles all the way up and down the ladder are developing into mighty tussles. Positions are currently decided in some places by just single figures of points - David and Jeff in 7th and 8th being just 7 points apart after 5 rounds.

Similarly Ian and Steph are separated by just 3 points!

Good luck in Round 6 everyone

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 5

 

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We're two games into the head to head competition.

While Peter is again topping this ladder at this stage, other positions are shuffled about a bit comparing this ladder with the ladder above it.

Head to head competitions have introduced some spice into the comp.

All comments and views welcome.

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 6 2013

 

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Notebook After Round 6

Quite a tricky week for a lot of us with some very close games in NRL R6 the majority finishing with single figure margins of victory.

Congratulations therefore to those among us who scored over 1000 points.

Peter and Steven are now the only two of us who are currently averaging over 1000 points. That's some achievement, well done!

Special mention this week goes to Richard and his Coal Aston XIII who despite being in 12th place scored a massive 1047 points.

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 6

 

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Quite a bit of shuffling about in this table. Still it is  early days here in the head to head league and one win or loss counts for a lot.

Just five of us with a 3/3 record after three HtoH rounds - well done to Steven, James,  Peter, Gavin and Simon

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 7 2013

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Notebook After Round 7

Looks like points are generally harder to get this week than earlier in the season.

Especially well done then to Peter (Yorkshire Gold) and Steven (Mighty Bulldogs) at the top who are still averaging over a thousand points a round.

Together with David (Thatcham Rabbitohs) they are the only three this week to cross the 1000 point line this week.

Good luck in the next round. A bit of time spent checking your team and tweeking it if necessary should pay dividends.

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 7

 

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The head to head system means a lot more place changing in the league- see above.

A loss at this early stage can mean a fair sized drop!

Feel free to comment as I seem to be talking to myself. :D

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 8 2013
 
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Notebook After Round 8
Generally higher point scores this week with nine teams scoring over 1,00 points.

Mentioned in dispatches this week are David and his Thatcham Rabbitohs who tooped out the scores with a massive 1,300 points. This meant an astonishing three place jump up the table.

Peter's Yorkshire Gold held on to the top spot with a magnificent 1,220 points.

Well done to everybody in the 1000+ club then.

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 8

 

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Four teams have maintained an unbeaten record after five rounds in our head to head league.

Congratulations to Gavin, James, Peter and Simon on this achievement.

Good luck in Round 9

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Waiting for R9 scores to be finalised before posting.

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 9 2013

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Notebook After Round 9

This proved to be a tougher week for scoring, though Peter,Steven and Najet still managed to top the 1,000 point mark.

Respect!

Even so nine others of us still got over 900 points too.

It's very close for positions in some parts of the table.

Look at 3rd Dave, 4th James and 5th Gavin - 8984, 8928 and 8890

Then there's 8th Ian, 9th Richard and 10thTom - even closer bunch - 8346, 8323 and 8323 - wow!

So Richard and Tom are sharing the same exact overall total of points after nine rounds have been played.

I could go on - there's so many close calls all up and down the ladder.

Great stuff!

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 9

 

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Three sharing 12 points at the top of the table James, Gavin and Peter. Mentioned in dispatches this week is James who with his Jimmy's Jobbers has leapt up the table to top spot on points difference.

Closest to break even point is Kev with his Roversanout 6/12 points and just -4 points difference.

Good luck in Round 10 everybody.

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 10 2013

 

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Notebook After Round 10

A general upturn of scores can be reported this week with eight of us breaking through the 1000 point barrier spread a fair way down the ladder.

Special credit goes to Peter, Steven, James an David (ThRab) who after 10 rounds have been played are still averaging over 1000 points a round.

The positions in the middle of the table are decided by very few points so there's bound to be plenty of movement there in the next few weeks.

So with over a third of the regular season gone there's still plenty to play for.

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 10

 

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There were some very close calls indeed in these head to head games this week. Steph pipped me by three points! :-)

I'm not bitter though ... ... ...

James and peter keep their 100% head to head records being still 7/7, Peter having overtaken Gavin to grab second place.

This week I noticed Najet's 'Nuggy's' as a team is acheiving great things in this head to head format. While Najet is in 14th place in the Overall Score ladder he's up in 7th place here.

Great!

As with most things in life there's two ways of looking at it!

Cheers

:drinks:

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 11 2013

 

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Head to Head League Ladder After Round 11

 

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Good luck in Round 12.

Something tells me we're all going to need it!

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 12 2013

 

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Bye Rounds are likely to cause everyone problems 6to a greater or lesser extent.

It was no surprise then to see our scores tumble somewhat in that round.

Well done Gavin then as our top scorer with a very respectable and hard earned 859 - Respect!

While R13 is a bye round, only two teams are sitting it out: Rabbitohs and Titans.

All the same they have got good form players and value players in their ranks so it could very well affect us.

 

HELP?

One thing I'm not sure of:

We have a limited number of transfers for the season. I know how we are limited to either two or in big bye rounds four transfers but...

 

When does the comp finish? Is it at the end of the regular season Round 26 or does it continue through to the Grand Final? If so are we allowed any more transfers as obviously our choice of players diminishes to eventually two teams in the Final and lots of transfers would be needed to make up some sort of a team in the final - otherwise some people might not have more than one or two players taking the field at that point?

 

I've had a look at the rules but haven't found the right place to answer this. It just seems to tell us how many swaps we can have during the 26 rounds - 2 or sometimes 4 up to the total of 40 for the season.

If you know the answer because you've found it somewhere, or have played the comp before and can speak from experience, it would be very helpful to the rest of us.

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 12

 

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Congratulations to Peter for still maintaining your 100% record, 9 from 9, in the head-to-head comp.

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Hi again, thanks for the praise,  have to say i'm very pleased with the 9 from 9, luckly i captained Mateo whos been a massive dissapointment upto now this season, I'm not a fan of playing the bye rounds, its the first time they've done it, burnt way too many trades to date and with only 19 left i might have to resist-with the exeption of getting marshall this week whos dirt cheap and should come good.

 

The compertition will continue for 26 rounds, after round 22 the league will be split, the Top 8 finals position ( and 9th to 16th will continue to play in a Minor Premiership Finals Series) will play a knockout compertition resulting in a grand final on round 26. 

 

This is how it normally works (although they may change the format):


Week 1 round 23

    4th Qualifying Final: 1st vs 8th
    3rd Qualifying Final: 2nd vs 7th
    2nd Qualifying Final: 3rd vs 6th
    1st Qualifying Final: 4th vs 5th

The organisation of the rest of the finals series is dependent upon whether teams won or lost in week 1 and their final ranking on the ladder before the finals. The two lowest-ranked losers are eliminated from the finals, whilst the two highest-ranked winners progress straight to Week 3.

Week 2

    1st Semi Final: 4th highest-ranked winner vs 2nd highest-ranked loser
    2nd Semi Final: 3rd highest-ranked winner vs 1st highest-ranked loser

The two losing teams are eliminated, the two winning teams progress to Week 3.

Week 3

    1st Preliminary Final: 1st highest-ranked winner (from Week 1) vs winner of 1st Semi Final
    2nd Preliminary Final: 2nd highest-ranked winner (from Week 1) vs winner of 2nd Semi Final

The two losing teams are eliminated, the two winning teams progress to Week Four.

Week 4

    Grand Final: winner of 1st Preliminary Final vs winner of 2nd Preliminary Final

 

Your 40 trades will need to last for the full compertition (including the playoffs) up to round 26. So its worth trying to hold a few for the play offs as we don't get any extra.

 

During the actual nrl playoffs, they run a completly seperate compertition, which will be advertised later in the year.

 

good luck everyone
 

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Thanks for that explanation YG

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Ladder Positions After NRL Round 13 2013

 

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Notebook After Round 13

A round with byes has a consequence for most of us in that our scores tend to be lower. Special mention in dispatches then to Peter and Steven at the top of the ladder who both topped the 1000 point mark with their team selections - great management there!

I reckon a score in the 900's is a worthy one and there were four team captains who achieved this level:  James, David (Thatcham's Rabbitohs), Simon and David (Daves Dynamos).

It's a competitive league this season with dog fights at all levels. Simon's Munich Storm has moved up from 9th to 7th.

Robert's Stax Dream Team has moved up one place too.

Cracking stuff!

 

Head to Head League Ladder After Round 13

 

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That's a leap up by my reckoning for David's Thatcham Rabbitohs from 5th to 3rd place in the ladder though it is on points difference as after Peter on top with 10 wins from 10 (20 points) there's five teams (James, David, Gavin, Steven and Simon on 8 wins out of 10 ) It's not just a close run thing there either. This table really is competitive with me (Graham) and Ian holding our top eight places. After that there's a real skirmish between Najet, Tom, Jeff, Richard and David in the push for a top eight place. All have 10 points from 10 games and are pushing hard. There's some very good teams surprisingly low down the ladder. This is a belting league with the prospect of tight matches and  ladder movements aplenty to come..

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