The Nobel Koel is back! Who will be the Coaches Panel coach of the year? Can Troy go back to back? Will a Panelist be the one to beat? Firstly though, let’s do some house cleaning and explain what the Nobel Koel is and how to enter it.
For ALL the rules and FAQ’s click here. For this article we will only be highlighting the key to getting involved.
What is the Nobel Koel?
It is a competition across three formats of salary cap fantasy that will eventually decide in Round 23 who The Coaches Panel coach of the year will be.
How do you enter?
Just join either one or all three of the Super Coach, Real Dream Team and AFL Fantasy groups and you are in the competition.We suggest you join all 3 to maximise your potential of winning.
SuperCoach – click here
RealDreamTeam – click here
How do you score points?
Each week we award each of the formats highest points scorers with points, !0 points for highest, 9 for second highest, 8 for third highest, 7 for fourth, 6 for fifth, 5 for sixth, 4 for seventh, 3 for eighth, 2 for ninth and 1 point for tenth, so there is 155 points available per week across all three formats.
***Congratulations first up to Raj of GoodBetterBest@SCT who leads the entire SC Competition and sits at #1 in the world of AFL Super Coach, whilst fellow CP gun Samyak of Blitzem sits in 8th spot on the SC tree, great work lads. You needed a score of 2580 this week to top the SC group and William of Team Oracle was right on the mark to get 10 Nobel Koel points, 9 went to Cain Toads and 8 to the Big Texan Apache Cat. Freo Girl Leanne wasn’t lyon about her great year taking another 7 and hitting the leaderboard. The Patagonian Pumas not to be mixed up with Caledonian Cougars were again in the points this week, whilst a sneaky draw for the 2 points saw Ridley United up and about and you just never know if that could lead to the flurry of a late run home from Rids. ***
***Congratulations first up to Robert of Robs Squad who continues to hold the yellow jacket in RDT, and an UNFKNBLVBL effort by Justan see’s him holding overall RDT 10th spot. The overall weekly was won by Gareth of Pass the Beef FC with a massive humongous 2619, congratulations champ on winning some cash and arguably better than getting the cash you pick up the 10 highly sought after Koels on offer in RDT. Oompa Lands John is having a sensational year and he is piling on the points with a 9 and Troy of Bench Warmers got yhe 8 points. Linos Men and Ellis in Wonderland with points this week move up to 15 and 13 points respectively. ***
***#5 in the entire world of AFL Fantasy lies Simon of No Buddy Way, what an excellent year for you buddy as the Coaches Panel groups are delivering again some very good rankings amongst our coaches in all formats. The big mover this week is from Psuedo Sedawie with a monster 2544 that launches Robert into 2nd place overall in the Nobel Koel Comp. Another 9 points to Multiple Scoregasms and 8 to the Super Fist see Dale and Glenn move up the rankings to 17 and 22 points in total respectively and with a very reasonable chance of running down the leader. ***
The Richie Benaud’s continue to defy and again sit at number one in the overall race to be crowned the Coaches Panel Coach of the Year, a big 10 point week has seen Robert of Psuedo Sedawie take the lead of the chasing peloton and endeavour to run down the yellow jacketed Richard with 6 weeks to go, and looks like a great finish coming up. Get on your bikes and peddle hard, and lets see another great stage of Nobel Koel action in Round 18, cheers Fox