IT WAS a season like no other. In the days leading up to round one, the regular 22-game season was reduced to 17 and after the first weekend, the game was shut down. AFL Fantasy was a game like we’d never seen.
From extra trades to the festival of footy that featured daily team announcements and the introduction of rolling lockouts, Fantasy coaches remained as agile as players, clubs and officials throughout the 18 rounds.
In the final podcast of the season, The Traders look at the great picks such as Christian Petracca and the Dane Swan Medallist Lachie Neale for their stellar seasons as well as some of the selections that didn’t go to plan.
The fun of the 2020 season is wrapped up as Roy, Calvin and Warnie have some fun reliving the names and stories that will be remembered in a year that was as challenging as it was rewarding.
Trent Sutcliffe, coach of ‘aluniesheis’ appears on the podcast to discuss how he took home the $62,000 Toyota Hilux as the No. 1 coach in AFL Fantasy Classic.
In this week’s episode …
1:00 - Memories of a crazy season like we've never seen before.
3:00 - Final scores and rankings with the Nick Riewoldt Medals for the boys in the Grand Final.
7:20 - Calvin laments some of his poor Grand Final performers who secured him his 10th green vest of the season.
10:15 - Best and worst picks to start the season.
17:00 - New nominees for the never again list.
18:55 - Trent Sutcliffe joins the boys to talk about his impressive AFL Fantasy Classic win.
22:30 - What did Trent do with his rucks?
28:25 - Tom Rockliff was one of the keys to Aluniesheis climing to the top of the table.
33:30 - Roy awards the Dane Swan Medal to Lachie Neale.
37:40 - Calvin discussed the rookies of the year for the Michael Barlow Medal.
43:40 - Warnie looks at the Fantasy Team of the Year.
47:30 - What does 2021 look like?
51:00 - A big thank you to all of the listeners and contributors to the podcast and Fantasy content this year.