Ian HarkinModeratorJune 29, 2022 at 10:04 pmPost count: 20952
Okay, it’s time to think about this.
At the conclusion of Sunday’s grand final, you can send me your picks for this, either by sending me a private message on here or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’ve never sent a private message on here before, simply hover over the button at the top of the screen that says “Contact”, and “Private Message” pops up. Click on that and you should be able to go from there.
So, here’s what to do. For Team of the Year, you need to just pick one player for all 7 positions. And please no shifting players to another position just to get someone on the team. They have to be the best player in their position and they must have played there regularly throughout the season.
Once you’ve picked your 7 players, then nominate one of them as your Player of the Year.
But please, hold off on picking your team until after the grand final.Ian HarkinModeratorJuly 4, 2022 at 11:52 amPost count: 20952
Don’t forget about this. Start sending me your thoughts.Ian HarkinModeratorJuly 5, 2022 at 11:22 pmPost count: 20952
Come on, guys. Think about this.Ian HarkinModeratorJuly 6, 2022 at 4:08 pmPost count: 20952
We currently have 4 positions that are clear-cut, 3 which are very close, and player of the year is pretty close too. I’ll leave this open for a day or so longer.Ian HarkinModeratorJuly 9, 2022 at 10:18 pmPost count: 20952
I’m closing off voting now. Will post the results in the next day or so.Ian HarkinModeratorJuly 10, 2022 at 6:00 pmPost count: 20952
Here is the team as chosen by you…Ian HarkinModeratorJuly 10, 2022 at 6:06 pmPost count: 20952
For Player of the Year, Fowler just got the nod ahead of Shamera Sterling and Maddy Proud, with Gretel Bueta, Latanya Wilson, Liz Watson & Amy Parmenter also getting votes.
Fowler, Proud, Parmenter & Sterling were all easy winners in their positions, but GA, WA, and GD were all close. In GA, Bueta finished just ahead of Housby, in WA, Watson finished just ahead of Browne, and in GD, Wilson finished just in front of Bakewell-Doran.Ian HarkinModeratorNovember 24, 2022 at 1:33 pmPost count: 20952
Okay, sorry, this is a bit late (very late). I forgot! Hopefully, you can still remember the season enough. Don’t worry about sending me your votes. Instead, just simply reply here with your thoughts on each of these categories, and we’ll discuss them…
Most Improved Player
Most Underrated Player
Highlight of the Year
Lowlight of the Year
Personality of the Yearsarahk90ParticipantNovember 25, 2022 at 10:57 amPost count: 160
Most improved: Latanya Wilson hands down. I feel like she really took the GD bib this year after spending probably more time in WD or bench last season
Most underrated: Emma Cosh. Love her in GA and glad she got to play there a little more this year
Toughest competitor: It’s gotta be Fever. Having Sasha in GA (instead of warming the bench) definitely made the difference this year. Defenders couldn’t just double team on Jhaniele anymore because Sasha was hitting the super shots left right and centre.
Highlight: All the come from behind or one goal wins. I feel like there was so many this year
Lowlight: When Thunderbirds lost in the last few minutes to Vixens after smashing it all game. I was at courtside at this one and it was in a big stadium in SA with so many extra fans so it made it even worse
Personality: Shamera!MontyandpoppyParticipantNovember 26, 2022 at 11:36 pmPost count: 208
MIP: Latanya Wilson. Leaps and bounds ahead
Most underrated. Alice TN from fever. Quietly achieving stats even the seasoned WAs would be proud of
Toughest competitor: Georgie Horjus. Nothing phases her. Bruce pulling a long lean? No probs…
Highlight: FEVER PREMIERSHIP!!!
Lowlight: Wallace ACL
Personality: Tilly McDonald
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