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Roar Wallaby form teams after Round 16

Henry Speight looks on for the Brumbies (photo: John Youngs photography)
Roar Guru
2nd June, 2015
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There are four Wallaby form teams after Round 16.

The season complete form team
– Players chosen based on aggregate score across all rounds
– Players only picked in the position they play the most
– Must have a recognised goal kicker and line-out caller

The recent season form team
– Players chosen based on aggregate score across all rounds weighted by how recent their form was. Form at end of the season counts more than the beginning
– Players only picked in the position they play the most
– Must have a recognised goal kicker and line-out caller

The season’s best players form team
– Players chosen based on aggregate score across all rounds
– Players may be picked in position they have ever started in at Super or higher level
– Neither recognised goal kicker or line-out caller are required

The Team of the Round
– Players chosen based on score in the latest round only

So, this week’s results are:

The recent season form team
1 James Slipper
2 James Hanson
3 Sekope Kepu
4 Luke Jones
5 Will Skelton
6 Scott Fardy (line-out caller)
7 David Pocock
8 Scott Higginbotham (line-out caller)
9 Will Genia
10 Bernard Foley (goal kicker)
11 Henry Speight
12 Samu Kerevi
13 Adam Ashley-Cooper
14 Joe Tomane
15 Israel Folau

The complete season form team
1 Scott Sio
2 James Hanson
3 Sekope Kepu
4 Lopeti Timani
5 Will Skelton
6 Scott Fardy (line-out caller)
7 David Pocock
8 Scott Higginbotham (line-out caller)
9 Will Genia
10 Bernard Foley (goal kicker)
11 Henry Speight
12 Christian Lealiifano (goal kicker)
13 Samu Kerevi
14 Joe Tomane
15 Israel Folau

The season’s best players form team
Interestingly, the season’s best players form team was identical to to the complete season form team. This suggests that the players the Wallabies are likely to pick are currently playing in their primary position and it is unlikely that players will be picked out of position because they ‘are too good not to be picked’.

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The Team of the round
1 James Slipper
2 James Hanson
3 Greg Holmes
4 Luke Jones
5 Adam Coleman
6 Scott Fardy
7 David Pocock
8 Scott Higginbotham
9 Will Genia
10 Quade Cooper
11 Henry Speight
12 Samu Kerevi
13 Adam Ashley-Cooper
14 Lachlan Turner
15 Dane Haylett-Petty

It is very close on a number of positions which is great.