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« Reply #30 on: July 03, 2017, 05:23:48 PM »

just curious shouldn't Sam Mitchell go forward for me then B Smith go to utilities
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« Reply #31 on: July 03, 2017, 05:28:44 PM »

just curious shouldn't Sam Mitchell go forward for me then B Smith go to utilities
Nope. Emergencies cover OOPs, not utilities.
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« Reply #32 on: July 03, 2017, 06:16:35 PM »

Reserves

Harlem Naggers 7.4.46 lost to Nevada Desert Coyotes 10.3.63
(Real: 460 vs 630)
The top two teams on the ladder squared off, with the top-placed Coyotes securing a nice 17-point victory. The Coyotes were lead by Harry Taylor and Jade Gresham's 90+ scores to get the big win, while Lee Spurr was nice for the Naggers but they simply had too many players in the medical room.

North Carolina Tar Heels 8.4.52 lost to Rockford Bears 11.7.73
(Real: 517 vs 731)
Big big win by the Bears as they had just too many good players for NCTH to handle. Johnson, Hipwood, Andrews, Captain Jetta, and Jonas had nice 85+ scores, and if it wasn't for a couple of spuds (Thompson and McCarthy) they would've scored even higher.

Suffolk Terriers 16.8.104 defeated Ottawa Otters 3.8.26
(Real: 1036 vs 256)
Wowee, highest score we've had by a great (but lucky) Boston outfit. Captain Darling scored 138 to set the tone, while Redden, Bastinac, and Gleeson all scored 99s and Hughes went big with his 131. Massive percentage booster as the Otters could only strut out three players.

Birmingham Dragons 10.5.65 defeated Colorado Avalanche 6.6.42
(Real: 647 vs 422)
Finals may be out of reach, but a big statement from the ducks to show they're not always going to be pushovers as they manage 10 players for the first time. Harbrow was best-on-ground with 102, while Rosa and Hardwick lead the way for the Dragons.

Galapagos Tortoise 7.8.50 lost to Rio Grande Valley Rockets 12.6.78
(Real: 504 vs 780)
Tons from Lambert and Howe lead the Rockets to another big victory as they strive to climb the ladder. Campbell was the best afield for the Tortoise, who aren't quite out of finals contention but will need to just about win out.

Stanford Cardinal 7.9.51 lost to Milwaukee Roosters 9.4.58
(Real: 505 vs 579)
Bad loss for Stanford as they looked to get a top two spot, while the Roosters give a boost to their finals chances. Stanford had a couple star scores - lead by Kieren Jack's 125 - but were let down by both not having the full 10 players and having a fair few squib scores - two scores in the 20s and two in the 40s spring to mind. Captain Duggan wasn't great for the Roosters but young ruck Sean Darcy had a great game and was well supported by Curnow and a fair few steady 60s scores.
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