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« on: February 12, 2018, 07:27:52 PM »

Ladder after Round One

Position      TeamWins     Losses      For      Against      Percentage      Points
1Jakarta Dragons10838688121.80%4
2Algerian Antelopes10829737112.48%4
3Rome Goddesses10761683111.42%4
4Barcelona Lynx10848797106.40%4
5Karachi Rhinos0179784893.99%0
6Port Moresby Cassowaries0168376189.75%0
7Lima Llamas0173782988.90%0
8Bogota Margays        0168883882.10%0
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« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2018, 07:38:33 PM »

Ladder after Round One

Position      TeamWins     Losses      For      Against      Percentage      Points
1Jakarta Dragons10838688121.80%4
2Algerian Antelopes10829737112.48%4
3Rome Goddesses10761683111.42%4
4Barcelona Lynx10848797106.40%4
5Karachi Rhinos0179784893.99%0
6Port Moresby Cassowaries0168376189.75%0
7Lima Llamas0173782988.90%0
8Bogota Margays        0168883882.10%0

Last year's champions Jakarta backed up their premiership win in the grand final rematch with Bogota, recording a big win to open their account in 2018. It's unfamiliar territory for coach Levi of the Margays, who went through the Home & Away season last year undefeated. Their score of 688 was the lowest in club history and captain Katie Brennan will be looking for a lift from her troops for next week's matchup with the Llamas.

Speaking of club records, Algeria cracked 800 for the first time and coach Koop is reported to be over the moon. Inside sources have informed the WXVW ladder guy that Koop, in fact, missed the review this morning due to a big Sunday night, possibly spent with Daisy Pearce. Interesting. In other news, Rome put a disappointing 2017 behind them and started with a W. Notably, there's no 'W' in Moana Hope, just as there was no Moana in the Goddesses XV. Coincidence? Doubtful.

Recently inducted coach Purple 77 got the Lynx into the win column after a forgettable 2017, who were left without a coach for a large part of the competition. Some WXVW coaches are concerned about the new coach, who has already shown off some top-notch drafting. It was a high scoring match against Karachi, who narrowly missed the final in 2017. Barcelona took the top score of the week, while Karachi could count themselves a little unlucky, with a score good enough to beat 4 other sides. Karachi remain a solid side, and the guy by the water cooler this morning is backing them to bounce back next week.

The drought continues for Port Moresby, who failed to record a win last season. The put up the lowest score for the week, narrowly beaten by Bogota. It could be a tough season ahead for the Cassowaries, who not only have the most difficult name in the competition, but may also struggle to find a captain they can trust to go large every week. However, if they can get their best XV right, they're not without a chance against the Pearce-reliant Antelopes. Finally, a loss for the Llamas was not their biggest concern of the week, with captain Brianna Davey going down with a knee injury. Obviously, they will need someone to step up in her place, but they're not easy shoes to fill.
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« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2018, 07:39:11 PM »

World Idol - Round One Update

Port Moresby depart the World Idol in the first round, for the second consecutive year. Their score of 683 was far from their worst, and fell just 5 points shy of Bogota's underwhelming 688. Perhaps coach Boomz will be looking for a recount.

In the firing line: Bogota Margays
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« Reply #3 on: February 12, 2018, 09:15:39 PM »

The Margays are in deep trouble honestly. No clear captain option and a bunch of underperforming players over the first few weeks. Quite concerned that we might not be able to win a game! Huge contrast to last year.
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« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2018, 10:39:54 PM »

Can't say no to that forehead  :-X
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