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« Reply #15 on: June 30, 2017, 07:28:37 PM »

Submitting Quito because Ryno is away


D: Matthew Suckling, Ryan Burton (EVC), Nick Haynes, Callum Mills
M: Seb Ross (C), Rhys Mathieson, Daniel Rich, David Swallow, Tom Phillips, Alex Neal-Bullen
R: Jordan Roughead
F: Shaun Higgins (VC), Tom J Lynch, Jeremy Cameron, Matthew Wright
U: Lewis Jetta, Tom Langdon, Dean Towers

E: Adam Tomlinson, Luke Breust, Ben Ainsworth, Jake Barrett (Sub)

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rosetta stone...

« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2017, 10:12:30 PM »

What horrible luck tonight

Viney injured in the 50s on track for a ton

Jack 125 in the ressies

While Gawn and Ramos score very disproportionate large SC scores compared to their stats for the oppo
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« Reply #17 on: July 01, 2017, 07:40:06 AM »

Carolina Panthers.

Def: S Docherty (122) - D Roberton (60) - L McDonald (106) - J Kolo (46).

Mid: D Martin (C 121x2=242) - JPKennedy (102) - C Ward (132) - D Shiel (90) - M Bontempelli (85) - J Kelly (VC 108x1.5=162).

Ruck: B Grundy (EVC 105).

Fwd: J Daniher (70) - Sam Reid (81) - J Patton (103) - S Johnson (63).

Util: S Menegola (130) - R Henderson (D/M 56) - J Redpath (79).

Emerg: K Brand (D) - R Stanley (R/F 75) - D Rioli (F 30) - R Atkins (Sub 52).

Carolina Tar Heels.

A Otten - J Short (C 75x2=150) - S Lemmens (45) - D McStay (84) - G Logue (17) - L Ryan (65) - C Polson - L Casboult (93) - J Neade (63)

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Seniors: 18 / 1,834

2's: 7 / 517
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« Reply #18 on: July 01, 2017, 10:47:28 PM »

Danger only vc  :-X :'(
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« Reply #19 on: July 01, 2017, 11:08:26 PM »


Reserves: Mitchell Hannan 57, Riley Knight 72, Luke Brown 64, Matt Rosa 160 (C), Blake Hardwick 79, Tom Cole 32, Sam Butler 18, Conor McKenna 42, Will Langford 68, Joshua Wagner 55

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« Reply #20 on: July 02, 2017, 04:18:42 PM »

Wisconsin Cockerels

B: Hamish Hartlett (65), Dane Rampe (95), Steven May (97), Adam Saad (74)
M: Gary Ablett Jnr. (114 x 2 = 228), Luke Shuey (85), Lachie Whitfield (130), Mitch Duncan (96), Dayne Zorko (119), Luke Dunstan
R: Max Gawn (96 x 1.5 = 144)
F: Jack Macrae (81), Jack Billings, Caleb Daniel (83), Jarrad Waite (118)
U: Alex Witherden (91), Touk Miller (67), Nathan Vardy (94)

E: Alex Sexton (M), Josh Bruce (F), Hayden Crozier (B), Jack Lonie (sub)

16/1, 667
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« Reply #21 on: July 02, 2017, 05:58:04 PM »

Only I could give up 91 to a second-game KPB, 94 to Nathan Vardy, 118 to Waite, and 130 to coke addict Whitfield :/
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« Reply #22 on: July 02, 2017, 07:52:01 PM »

New Brooklyn Hawks 20.5.125 defeated Las Vegas Sinners 18.9.117
(Real: 1881 vs 1748)

The Sinners were pretty decent, but the Hawks were on fire as they record a fourth victory for 2017. The usual suspects shone for both sides, as the Crouch brothers combined for 253 and Captain Cripps scored 126 for the Hawks, while Tom Mitchell and Buddy were great for Las Vegas, in addition to a bright display from young Jordan De Goey. On the other hand, star midfielders Sidebottom and Rockliff failed to fire, and both sides had a score in the 40s and one in the 50s.

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New Brooklyn: Crouch, Cripps, Crouch, Newnes, Mayes, Steele
Las Vegas: Lyons, Mitchell, Franklin, De Goey, Westhoff


Carolina Panthers 20.6.126 defeated Chicago Sharks 16.12.108
(Real: 1887 vs 1626)

Pretty expected result really. The Sharks struggled without Hurn, Lynch, and Menzel (their replacements combining for 139 total points), but had a fair few great performances - Tom McDonald's form up forward continues to reap rewards for the Sharks. Meanwhile, Patton had another good game up forward for Carolina and their star-studded midfield did their stuff, but if you have to pick out a negative it would be poor scoring down back (Roberton 60, Kolodjashnij 46) and from their utilities (Henderson 56, Redpath 79) - can their midfield (and Docherty) keep propping them up?

Best
Carolina: Ward, Menegola, Docherty, Martin, Kelly, Grundy, McDonald, Patton
Chicago: Parker, Gaff, Ryder, McDonald, Burgoyne, Kerridge, Yeo


Boston Terriers 17.12.114 defeated Ottawa Otters 15.14.104
(Real: 1709 vs 1560)

Rats. Would've been an enormous upset if Ottawa had replicated their Round 13 performance and beaten the Terriers, but alas it was not to be. Selwood out might have initially hurt the Terriers, but it ended up okay - Gibbs stepped up with 142 as EVC, while Biggs as E1 scored 102 - and to top it off, sub Jack Martin scored 122 - those three occurrences were pretty much the difference. Boston were very poor though obviously, with three players scoring 45 (unique in itself) and a score of 44, with their defence averaging 61.5 each and captain Pendlebury only managing 79. They offered up a potential victory to the Otters but they could not take it, as they were plagued by mediocre scoring - 8 scores between 57 and 65 really hurt. Ryan Lester stood up as VC and each of their captaincy trio tonned up, so it's not all doom and gloom. In short - a missed chance for a 3-10 team to beat a 12-1 team.

Best
Boston: Gibbs, Martin, Wingard, Nankervis, Biggs, Goldstein
Ottawa: McGovern, Lester, Treloar, Fiorini


Ressies and ladders maybe later but probably Tuesday.
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« Reply #23 on: July 02, 2017, 09:23:58 PM »

Only I could give up 91 to a second-game KPB, 94 to Nathan Vardy, 118 to Waite, and 130 to coke addict Whitfield :/
I thought he was a stoner haha
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« Reply #24 on: July 02, 2017, 09:29:01 PM »

Boy I've already got two premiums out of Sean Darcy and Alex Witherden

#playthekids
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« Reply #25 on: July 02, 2017, 10:29:54 PM »

Anaheim Mighty Ducks

Defenders: Michael Hurley 98, Luke Hodge 76, Michael Hibberd 110, Grant Birchall 56
Midfielders: Patrick Dangerfield 296 (VC), Daniel Hannebery 75, Zach Merrett 184 (C), Dyson Heppell 88, David Mundy 95, Travis Boak 84
Rucks: Tom Bellchambers 57
Forwards: Orazio Fantasia 86, Toby Greene DNP, Trav Colyer 35, Devon Smith 60
I/C: Sam Mitchell 83, Jordan Lewis 43, Aaron Sandilands 12

Emerg: B Smith 108 (D), J Watson 127 (sub), Paul Puopolo DNP (F)

1752/18

Reserves: Mitchell Hannan 57, Riley Knight 72, Luke Brown 64, Matt Rosa 160 (C), Blake Hardwick 79, Tom Cole 32, Sam Butler 18, Conor McKenna 42, Will Langford 68, Joshua Wagner 55

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« Reply #26 on: July 03, 2017, 02:00:50 PM »

Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1719 defeated Colorado Avalanche 1333

Anaheim Mighty Ducks - 1719

Defenders: Michael Hurley 98, Luke Hodge 76, Michael Hibberd 110, Grant Birchall 56
Midfielders: Patrick Dangerfield 296 (VC), Daniel Hannebery 75, Zach Merrett 184 (C), Dyson Heppell 88, David Mundy 95, Travis Boak 84
Rucks: Tom Bellchambers 57
Forwards: Orazio Fantasia 86, Toby Greene DNP Brodie Smith OOP 108/2=54, Trav Colyer 35, Devon Smith 60
I/C: Sam Mitchell 83, Jordan Lewis 43, Aaron Sandilands 12

Emerg: B Smith 108 (D), J Watson 127 (sub), Paul Puopolo DNP (F)

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Avalanche - 1333

D: Zach Tuohy 75 // Robbie Tarrant 74 // Sam Frost 63 // Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti 64

M: Marc Murphy 112x2=224 (C) // Brad Ebert 58x1.5=87 (VC) // Jared Polec 75 // Aaron Hall (EVC) Billy Hartung 53 // Sam Gibson 76 // Sam Gray 90

R: Tom Hickey

F: Isaac Smith 63 // Levi Greenwood 49 // Taylor Garner 63 // Mav Weller 54

U: Heath Grundy 82 // James Aish Shaun Atley 85 // Jake Melksham 56

E: Shaun Atley  // Billy Hartung (SUB)  // Brayden Preuss // Ben Howlett

Easy win for the Ducks because the coach of the Avalanche is an absolute pelican who handicapped his own team by going in with 17 men.



Quito Quetzals 1565 lost to Houston Bombers 1660

Quito - 1565

D: Matthew Suckling 74, Ryan Burton 91 (EVC), Nick Haynes 108, Callum Mills 0
M: Seb Ross 109x2=218 (C), Rhys Mathieson 75, Daniel Rich 87, David Swallow 101, Tom Phillips 77, Alex Neal-Bullen 48
R: Jordan Roughead 46
F: Shaun Higgins 68x1.5=102 (VC), Tom J Lynch 126, Jeremy Cameron 77, Matthew Wright 57
U: Lewis Jetta 80, Tom Langdon 78, Dean Towers 92

E: Adam Tomlinson, Luke Breust, Ben Ainsworth, Jake Barrett 28 (Sub)

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Houston Bombers - 1660

D: Alex Rance 113, Kade Simpson 86 (EVC), Taylor Adams 64, Bernie Vince 74
M: Rory Sloane 90x2=180 (C), Jack Ziebell 70, David Zaharakis 55, Jack Crisp 88, Brandon Ellis 96, Stephen Hill Koby Stevens 106
R: Matthew Kreuzer 90x1.5=135 (VC)
F: Isaac Heeney 89, Jack Riewoldt 67, Steven Motlop 53, Michael Walters 172
U: Jarrod Witts 100, Koby Stevens Archie Smith 42, Jamie Macmillan 51

E: Archie Smith (ruc), Shane Edwards (m/f), Andrew Mackie (def), Will Hoskin-Elliot 61 (fwd)(sub)

Houston can count themselves very lucky that Quito's Callum Mills was subbed out with no impact and Jake Barrett as sub had minimal impact or there would have likely been an upset.



San Francisco Grizzlies 1710 lost to Wisconsin Cockerels 1813

Grizzlies - 1710

D: H. Shaw 85, Z. Williams B. Maynard 74, L. Montagna 71, O. McDonald 98
M: O. Wines 80x1.75=140 (cc), J. Steven 77, J. Viney 60 (evc), L. Hunter 100, B. Goddard 106, B. Hill 88
R: S. Martin 95x1.75=167 (cc)
F: E. Betts 70, J. Jenkins 117, H. Greenwood 84, R. Douglas 71
U: T. Papley 94, T. Hawkins 59, A. Swallow 85

Emg: B. Maynard, P. Wright, J. Trengove, J. Pittard 64 (sub)

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Wisconsin Cockerels - 1813

B: Hamish Hartlett 65, Dane Rampe 95, Steven May 97, Adam Saad 74
M: Gary Ablett Jnr. 114x2=228 (C), Luke Shuey 85, Lachie Whitfield 130, Mitch Duncan 96, Dayne Zorko 119 (DVC), Luke Dunstan 53
R: Max Gawn 96x=1.5=144 (VC)
F: Jack Macrae 81, Jack Billings 88, Caleb Daniel 83, Jarrad Waite 118
U: Alex Witherden 91 (B/M), Touk Miller 67 (M/F), Nathan Vardy 94 (R/F)

E: Alex Sexton (M), Josh Bruce (F), Hayden Crozier (B), Jack Lonie 58 (sub)

This was a pretty important clash and it delivered, but it was the Cockerels that wanted it that little bit more and had a more even spread of contributors to help them get the win.
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« Reply #27 on: July 03, 2017, 02:17:16 PM »

Brooklyn Hawks starting to pump out some decent numbers! Smokey for finals ;)
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« Reply #28 on: July 03, 2017, 04:37:58 PM »

Brooklyn Hawks starting to pump out some decent numbers! Smokey for finals ;)

There was a sacrifice though as your ressies went down by 17 (ie 170 SC points)


I'll have all the ressies stuff (with write-ups!) tonight - shock alert as one team broke the record for highest ever ressies score, who don't currently sit in the finals spots (pre R14 as in). Stay tuned for who it is! (Not clickbait I swear)
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« Reply #29 on: July 03, 2017, 04:50:39 PM »

Brooklyn Hawks starting to pump out some decent numbers! Smokey for finals ;)

There was a sacrifice though as your ressies went down by 17 (ie 170 SC points)


I'll have all the ressies stuff (with write-ups!) tonight - shock alert as one team broke the record for highest ever ressies score, who don't currently sit in the finals spots (pre R14 as in). Stay tuned for who it is! (Not clickbait I swear)

sounds like someone is tanking in the top grade, loading up the ressies!!!
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