Sharn and I are both extremely competitive so this draft is an exciting opportunity for both of us. So just how did we go when the tribes swapped? Did Sharn narrow the gap? Let’s find out!
For this season, Sharn Coombes, Runner-Up of the 2018 season of Australian Survivor, has agreed to join me in drafting the cast of the 2019 season of Australian Survivor.
After the tribes swapped, the swing narrowed between Sharn and I as both new tribes gave me 5 players and Sharn 4. Here’s how it influenced the scoring…
Here are the current standings after Week 3:
This week, I lost two of my players bringing Sharn and myself to an even 8 versus 8 playing field. I hold the majority on the Contenders, 5-4, but Sharn holds a lead against me on the Champions, 4-3. Harry found an idol, therefore 10 points went my way extra this week. The gap is narrowing and depending on who goes home and which tribe wins challenges, this might just become a real horse race.
The point system used for the drafting is as follows.
This draft will be updated weekly as the season progresses.
I am on holiday this week, but a double post today ensures we’re on track for next week to return to a Friday and Sunday posting.
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Australian Survivor continues tonight, Monday, and Tuesday this week, at 7:30pm on Channel 10!
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