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Thread: Winner of the 2016 Troy Luff Medal - Dan Hannebery

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    Round 11, June 4th, 7:25pm - Sydney Swans 11.13 (79) defeat Gold Coast Suns 6.5 (41) at the Metricon Stadium

    AFL match report: Gold Coast Suns Vs Sydney Swans - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Gold Coast v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 11 Match Day Thread. Gold Coast V Sydney. Metricon 19.25pm

    In brief
    "Stormageddon" at Metricon.
    Swans hand Suns a 38-point bathing.
    Five-goal second quarter in the wet.
    Mitchell racks up 33 disposals, 14 tackles and a goal...on Ablett.
    Tippett finishes with 50 hit outs.
    Captain Lynch's brain fade.

    This video will show you how bad the weather was during the earlier reserves match; seriously, click on it, insane...
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    Suns 3.2 4.5 5.5 6.5 (41)
    Sydney Swans 1.3 6.6 8.13 11.13 (79)

    GOALS
    Suns: Sexton, Davis, Lonergan, Lynch, Rosa, Matera
    Sydney Swans: Rohan 2, Parker 2, Sinclair, Lloyd, Franklin, Rose, Mitchell, Jack, Heeney

    Brownlow: 3 T.Mitchell 2 D.Hannebery 1 J.Kennedy
    Bob Skilton Medal: Rampe 45, Rohan 45, Mitchell 44

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 11
    34 RWO members voted, 11 players polled

    Tom Mitchell 5
    Kurt Tippett 4
    Dan Hannebery 3
    Dane Rampe 2
    Gary Rohan 1

    Leaderboard after 11 rounds
    Mitchell continues impressive form, moving up from fifth to fourth

    Dan Hannebery - 33
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Lance Franklin - 21
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Luke Parker - 15

    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Dane Rampe - 10
    Josh Kennedy - 7
    Kieren Jack - 6
    Heath Grundy - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Callum Sinclair - 3
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Gary Rohan - 1
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    Round 12, June 12th, 4:40pm - GWS Giants 15.15 (105) defeat Sydney Swans 9.9 (63) at Spotless Stadium

    AFL match report: GWS Giants Vs Sydney Swans - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: GWS v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd.12 Match Day Thread. GWS V Sydney. 4.40pm at Spotless.

    In brief
    Giants by 42 points.
    Some dude kicks a $100,000 goal at three quarter time.
    Tippett does a knee, Gazza does a hammy, Mumford involved in neither.
    That is all.

    Giants 2.4 6.6 10.11 15.15 (104)
    Sydney Swans 2.3 4.6 7.9 9.9 (63)

    GOALS
    Giants: Greene 4, Johnson 2, Patton 2, Scully, Cameron, Griffen, Coniglio, Lobb, Reid, Whitfield
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 2, Jack, Rohan, Sinclair, McGlynn, Rose, Mitchell, Kennedy

    Brownlow: 3 C.Ward 2 J.Kelly 1 T.Greene
    Bob Skilton Medal: Rampe 34, Mills 33, Hannebery 26

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 12
    27 RWO members voted, 12 players polled

    Heath Grundy 5
    Dan Hannebery 4
    Callum Sinclair 3
    Dane Rampe 3
    Josh Kennedy 1

    Our defence polled the best this round.

    Leaderboard after 12 rounds
    No change in the leaderboard

    Dan Hannebery - 37
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Lance Franklin - 21
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Luke Parker - 15

    Dane Rampe - 13
    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Heath Grundy - 11
    Josh Kennedy - 8
    Kieren Jack - 6
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Gary Rohan - 1
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    "Tippett does a knee, Gazza does a hammy, Mumford involved in neither."

    Haha! Are you sure??

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    I'm somewhat sure Meg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danzar View Post
    ...Heath Grundy - 5...
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    Good to see Reg get the points. From memory he was the one standout for the Swans.



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    Just read the Swans 2016 Season Review magazine which arrived in the post last week. I see that there is a match-by-match review including each week's top three Bob Skilton Medal vote winners on pp 40 - 46.

    And the magazine is a great read and souvenir of the 2016 season.

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    Round 13, June 19th, 13:10pm - Sydney Swans 12.14 (86) defeat Melbourne Demons 4.7 (31) at the SCG

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs Melbourne - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Melbourne - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 13 Match Day Thread Sydney V Melbourne. SCG 13.10 pm.

    In brief
    Sydney by 55 points on a wet SCG.
    Sydney tackles their way into the record books - 155 tackles, beating the previous AFL record of Richmond’s 142 against Port Adelaide in 2010.
    Buddy kicks goal number 750.
    Swans keep Dees to just one goal each quarter.

    Sydney Swans 2.6 4.8 6.13 12.14 (86)
    Dees 1.1 2.3 3.6 4.7 (31)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 4, Towers, McGlynn 2, Hewett, Kennedy, Nankervis, Lloyd
    Dees: Petracca 2, Kent, Hogan

    Brownlow: 3 L.Parker 2 L.Franklin 1 J.McVeigh
    Bob Skilton Medal: Kennedy 44, Parker 44, McVeigh 40

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 13
    34 RWO members voted, 12 players polled

    Jarrad McVeigh 5
    Josh Kennedy 4
    Dean Towers 3
    Luke Parker 2
    Zak Jones 1

    Leaderboard after 13 rounds
    No change in the leaderboard, but Parker edges closer to Mitchell. McVeigh, Towers and Jones poll for the first time

    Dan Hannebery - 37
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Lance Franklin - 21
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Luke Parker - 17

    Dane Rampe - 13
    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Heath Grundy - 11
    Josh Kennedy - 12
    Kieren Jack - 6
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Gary Rohan - 1
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 15, July 2nd, 4:35pm - Western Bulldogs 13.5 (83) defeat Sydney Swans 11.13 (79) at the SCG

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs Western Bulldogs - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Western Bulldogs - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 15 MDT Sydney V Western Bulldogs. SCG 16.35pm

    In brief
    Dogs snatch victory with a goal in the dying seconds, winning by four points - a repeat of the 2015 match at the SCG.
    Dogs convincingly win the clearances and the hit-outs.
    Swans reliant on the boots of Buddy and Parker, with five individual goal scorers to the Bulldogs ten.

    Sydney Swans 2.5 6.7 8.9 11.13 (79)
    Bulldogs 1.2 5.3 11.4 13.5 (83)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 5, Parker 3, Sinclair, McVeigh, Hewett
    Bulldogs: Stringer 3, Liberatore 2, Bontempelli, Roughead, Redpath, Minson, Jong, Jonannisen, Hunter, Biggs

    Brownlow: 3 L.Franklin 2 L.Parker 1 M.Bontempelli
    Bob Skilton Medal: Franklin 45, Parker 40, Kennedy 35

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 15
    22 RWO members voted, seven players polled

    Luke Parker 5
    Lance Franklin 4
    Josh Kennedy 3
    Dane Rampe 2
    Dan Hannebery 2

    Leaderboard after 15 rounds
    Franklin moves up to second, Parker moves up to fourth (even points with Tippett)

    Dan Hannebery - 39
    Lance Franklin - 25
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Luke Parker - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19

    Dane Rampe - 15
    Josh Kennedy - 15
    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Heath Grundy - 11
    Kieren Jack - 6
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Gary Rohan - 1
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 16, July 8th, 7:50pm - Sydney Swans 15.8 (98) defeat Geelong Cats 9.3 (60) at Simonds Stadium

    AFL match report: Geelong Cats Vs Sydney Swans - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Geelong v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd16 MDT. Geelong V Sydney. 19.50 pm at SS.

    In brief
    Swans by 38 points at Kardinia.
    Kieren Jack - 24 disposals, ten tackles and three goals - tosses aside a tough week personally, leading the Swans to victory in his 200th game.
    Teddy plays forward in a surprising, yet effective move.
    Rampe strong in defence.
    Mills finally gets his Rising Star nomination.

    Cats 3.1 5.1 7.4 9.6 (60)
    Sydney Swans 4.2 7.4 11.7 15.8 (98)

    GOALS
    Cats: Menzel 2, Hawkins 2, Cockatoo, Smith, Enright, Murdoch, Dangerfield
    Sydney Swans: Jack 3, Towers 2, Papley 2, Franklin, Mills, Jones, Hewett, Lloyd, Richards, Parker, Kennedy

    Brownlow: 3 K.Jack 2 D.Rampe 1 P.Dangerfield
    Bob Skilton Medal: Rampe 49, Grundy 45, Mitchell 44

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 16
    30 RWO members voted, 11 players polled

    Dane Rampe 5
    Kieren Jack 4
    Josh Kennedy 3
    Callum Mills 2
    Luke Parker 1

    Leaderboard after 16 rounds
    Mitchell out of the top 5, replaced by Rampe. Parker moves up to third. Mills polls for the first time

    Dan Hannebery - 39
    Lance Franklin - 25
    Luke Parker - 23
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Dane Rampe - 20

    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Josh Kennedy - 18
    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Heath Grundy - 11
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Callum Mills - 2
    Gary Rohan - 1
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 17, July 14th, 7:20pm Hawthorn Hawks 11.9 (75) defeat Sydney Swans 10.10 (70) at the SCG

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs Hawthorn - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Hawthorn - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 17 MDT. Sydney V Hawthorn. SCG. 19.20 pm.

    In brief
    Hawks by five points from Rioli goal in final two minutes.
    #freekickhawthorn trends again.
    Gazza brilliant in return from injury with four goals, Kennedy earns a Brownlow vote with 33 disposals, 19 contested possessions and a goal.
    Swans win on all key factors except free kicks (9-15) and tackles (54-81), the latter of which is the most telling factor in the loss.

    Sydney Swans 4.4 4.5 8.6 10.10 (70)
    Hawks 3.1 6.4 7.7 11.9 (75)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Rohan 4, Papley 2, Towers, Kennedy, Sinclair, Parker
    Hawks: Rioli 2, Gunston 2, Burgoyne 2, Lewis, Hill, Puopolo, O'Rourke, Ceglar

    Brownlow: 3 S.Burgoyne 2 S.Mitchell 1 J.Kennedy
    Bob Skilton Medal: Rohan 41, Grundy 36, Parker 36

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 17
    27 RWO members voted, 13 players polled

    Gary Rohan 5
    Josh Kennedy 4
    Luke Parker 3
    Dane Rampe 2
    Aliir Aliir 2

    Leaderboard after 17 rounds
    Parker moves up to second. Kennedy makes the top five a top six with a move to equal points with Rampe and Tippett. Aliir polls for the first time in a break out game

    Dan Hannebery - 39
    Luke Parker - 26
    Lance Franklin - 25
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Dane Rampe - 22
    Josh Kennedy - 22

    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Heath Grundy - 11
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Gary Rohan - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Callum Mills - 2
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 18, July 23rd, 1:45pm Sydney Swans 10.14 (74) defeat Carlton Blues 10.8 (68) at the SCG

    AFL match report: http://www.afl.com.au/match-centre/2016/18/syd-v-carl
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Carlton - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 18 MDT. Sydney V Carlton. SCG. 13.45pm

    In brief
    Swans by a goal.
    Kennedy and Buddy star for Sydney, with Kennedy racking up 35 disposals (23 contested), 12 clearances and a goal.
    Key midfield battle for both sides.
    Teddy is dropped, and ultimately will not return to play a senior game again.
    Twitter fails to get my 'Cripps vs Bloods' joke, maybe because it wasn't a joke in the end.

    Sydney Swans 4.4 5.7 9.11 10.14 (74)
    Blues 5.1 7.3 9.4 10.8 (68)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 4, Parker 2, Richards 2, Kennedy, Jack
    Blues: E.Curnow 2, C.Curnow, Sumner, Armfield, Kreuzer, Buckley, Boekhorst, Silvagni, Casboult

    Brownlow: 3 J.Kennedy 2 P. Cripps. 1. L. Franklin.
    Bob Skilton Medal: Kennedy 45, Rampe 39, Naismith 39

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 18
    27 RWO members voted, nine players polled

    Josh Kennedy 5
    Luke Parker 4
    Lance Franklin 3
    Callum Mills 2
    Heath Grundy 1

    Leaderboard after 18 rounds
    Kennedy continues his excellent form and moves up to fourth. Still a top six with Tippett and Rampe on equal points

    Dan Hannebery - 39
    Luke Parker - 30
    Lance Franklin - 28
    Josh Kennedy - 27
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Dane Rampe - 22

    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 12
    Heath Grundy - 12
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Gary Rohan - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Callum Mills - 4
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1
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