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Silvertails SuperCoach and NRL Fantasy Leagues

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by ManlyArmy, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. ManlyArmy

    ManlyArmy Well-Known Member

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    Havent seen anyone post leagues up so I thought I would do some

    Supercoach

    Head to Head League, 20 players, Code: 679995

    Unlimited League, Code: 667512. Or if you have signed up already, go to this link and accept: http://nrlfantasy.dailytelegraph.com.au/group?cic=667512


    NRL Fantasy (Formerly DreamTeam)

    Head to Head League, 16 players, Code: X4YA46VF

    Unlimited League, Code: FOvtN38k
     
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    • manlyforever08

      manlyforever08 Active Member

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      Joined the Supercoach head-to-head league :)
       
    • ManlyArmy

      ManlyArmy Well-Known Member

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      12 spots left in the Supercoach H2H League.

      13 spots left in the NRL Fantasy H2H League.
       
    • Silver Eagle

      Silver Eagle Active Member

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      Each time i go to the supercoach page it comes up error
       
    • ManlyArmy

      ManlyArmy Well-Known Member

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      If the link isn't working just enter the code
       
    • Clint

      Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      Whats the difference between fantasy league and supercoach.
      Which one's better?
       
    • Chip and Chase

      Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      Both run on pretty much the same platform. There are minor differences in how points are allocated which then affects which particular players are more valuable than others. Supercoach is run through daily telegraph / News Ltd and the NRL Fantasy is the NRL sanctioned competition.
       
    • globaleagle

      globaleagle Deux bourbons s'il vous plait Staff Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      Spending time with the family!


      :angel:
       
    • Jethro

      Jethro This space is for rent Staff Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      NRL SuperCoach positional analysis: Best front row keepers, sleepers and cheapies

      Tom Sangster
      News Limited Network
      February 06, 2014 3:39PM


      FRONT row is THE most important position in NRL SuperCoach, producing six of the top 10 players from last year. Check out our lowdown on the best buys:

      Click here to read the full article.
       
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      • Fluffy

        Fluffy Well-Known Member

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        The biggest difference I feel is supercoach changes players value as they score well/poorly which gives strategy to your team. You need to build a team strong enough to win early games but going up in value in other words you needs to have a few good rookies. The other one stays the same price throughout the year and you just swap players around for injury.

        Scoring is different too
         
      • Clint

        Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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        Nah, it's ok GE. I, like everyone else, will just do all my trading etc at work so it doesn't encroach into family time.
        I just hope the boss doesn't find out. :s
         
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        • Clint

          Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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          So my squad is
          B Stewart
          B Thompson
          J Taufau
          J Lyon
          J Hoffman
          T Carney
          DCE
          SBW
          C Parker
          C Sironen
          J Starling
          C Smith
          J King
          G Beale
          J Yow Yeh
          N Stapleton
          D Farrell
          M Moses
          P Wallace
          J Hasson
          D Halatau
          L Setu
          N Peats
          T Browne
          A McCullough

          Having never played before I am not sure if that's any good or not.
          There are a lot of Manly players which is a bit of a concern, having so many players from the one team.
          I am happy for any feedback/suggestions/criticisms
           
        • Fluffy

          Fluffy Well-Known Member

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          try and split your players between clubs for the bye season, have top line players who are not Aussies (like SBW) for the origin season and get a few newbies who are likely to debut is the basic rule of thumb
           
        • Berkeley_Eagle

          Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

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          Joined

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        • Clint

          Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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          Thanks for the advice Fluffy.
          I'll be subbing out Halatau after the weekends trials :s
           
        • Chip and Chase

          Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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          Both Supercoach and DreamTeam/Fanatsy NRL work on the exact same platform. They both vary player values on a weekly basis. The only difference between the two is in how they allocate points.
           
        • Jethro

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          Scout Report: The 2014 cash cows

          By Lone Scout
          NRL.com
          2:00pm Mon 10th February, 2014

          Playing Holden NRL Fantasy isn't just about putting together a team of rugby league's best players. While this year's generous $6.2 million salary cap means you'll be able to fit a fair few stars into your starting squad, finding the right cash cows remains one of the most important keys to Fantasy success.

          Click here to read more at NRL.com
           
        • Fluffy

          Fluffy Well-Known Member

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          ok, must have changed, I know it didn't change values a few years ago and assumed it was still this way I could only find the time for one and preferred the strategy side of the game which comes with value changes.
           
        • Jethro

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          NRL Fantasy player updates

          By Lone Scout
          NRL.com
          9:10am Tue 18th February, 2014

          In 2014, for the first time, player positions are not set in stone in Holden NRL Fantasy. Players often adapt to a new position in rugby league – Paul Gallen went from inspirational back-rower to match-winning prop for NSW; Greg Inglis shifted from a star centre to a star fullback for the Rabbitohs – and this season NRL Fantasy reflects that. If a player is shifted into a new position for good in the real game, they will become available in that position in Fantasy.

          Click here to read the full article at nrl.com
           
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          Supercoach app finally just released now
           

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