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« Reply #30 on: March 22, 2020, 09:20:41 PM »

Wisconsin Cockerels

DEF: Caleb Daniel 92, Dane Rampe 86, Adam Saad 110, Zach Tuohy 64
MID: Jackson Macrae (CC) 103 x 1.75, Dayne Zorko 52, Luke Shuey 104, Mitch Duncan 120, Jack Billings 120, Luke Dunstan 92
RUC: Max Gawn (EVC) 93
FWD: Lachie Whitfield (M/F) (CC) 109 x 1.75, Gary Ablett Jr 93, Jordan De Goey 66, Jade Gresham (M/F) 27 (SUB OFF)

UTILITY: Bayley Fritsch (D/F) 39, Touk Miller 111, David Zaharakis 47

EMERGENCIES: Darcy Tucker (M/F) 76, Hayden Crozier (D) 115, Sean Darcy (R) 54, Charlie Cameron (F) 75 (SUB ON)

Score: 1735
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« Reply #31 on: March 22, 2020, 09:23:22 PM »

Quito 1761.5 def Colorado 1464.5
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« Reply #32 on: March 23, 2020, 04:31:51 PM »

Bit of a feelsbadman with footy being off so I'mma stew on scores for a little bit, they're not going anywhere. The round is canon though of course.
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« Reply #33 on: June 10, 2020, 02:50:02 PM »

As promised on round two eve...

Quito Quetzals 18.9.117 defeated Colorado Avalanche 15.8.98
(Real: 1762 vs 1465)

In spite of the scoreboard, this game was actually closer than it looked, and much closer than expected for a game between the reigning premiers and the reigning spooners. If Witts and Walsh put up more captaincy-like scores rather than the rubbish they put up, and Paul Ahern topped 20, this would've been a lot closer because apart from that, it was pretty even. Quito weren't exactly poor, doing enough to win, but they can see their midfield needs to step up like their other lines (sans Lynch) did.

Quito: Greenwood, Haynes, Hopper, Greene, O'Brien
Colorado: Simpkin, Smith, Maynard, Ebert

Houston Bombers 18.7.115 defeated Las Vegas Sinners 17.11.113
(Real: 1727 vs 1699)

Out of subs out of luck for the Sinners, as they most likely rue their lack of a sub for this loss - although that's not to take anything away from Houston, who did enough to get the W on the back of a huge performance by Heeney to make up for Ziebell and Kreuzer doing nothing or getting injured (I don't remember round one too well). Mostly the usuals in the best for both sides!

Houston: Heeney, Sloane, Jones, Walters, Powell-Pepper, Murphy
Las Vegas: Mitchell, Rockliff, Lyons, O'Meara, Fyfe, Petracca, Naitanui

Ottawa Otters 17.13.115 lost to Wisconsin Cockerels 17.14.116

(Real: 1726 vs 1735)

Ottawa were kept in it by a huge performance by Cunnington, but his score went to waste (stick around for the SF game for another 180+ score surely going to waste) as he had to carry scores of 16, 22, 34 and 40 in his side - or not really his side, because the veteran was snubbed for captaincy for Marshall! Wisconsin were much more consistent across the board, having their only sub-50 score subbed off, but will need to see more from Zorko that's for sure.

Ottawa: Cunnington, Shiels, Prestia, Byrne-Jones, Smith, Ceglar
Wisconsin: Duncan, Bililngs, Miller, Saad, Whitfield, Shuey, Macrae

Anaheim Mighty Ducks 20.5.125 lost to Carolina Panthers 20.13.133
(Real: 1878 vs 1993)

Anaheim put up a very impressive score with very few passengers...but didn't even really get that close as Carolina stormed into a huge score on the back of Milo, and I suppose Grundy and Shiel too. Nine centurions for Anaheim and they don't get the win, don't see that too often but they'll take confidence out of being one of the best scoring teams of round one, and losing to mostly two huge/outlier scorers.

Anaheim: Kennedy, Burgoyne, Boak, Merrett, Smith, Gray, Hawkins, Bellchambers, Ridley
Carolina: Grundy, Shiel, Mihocek, Martin, Rozee, Docherty, Kelly

New Brooklyn Hawks 16.11.107 lost to San Francisco Grizzlies 17.8.110
(Real: 1601 vs 1652)

May have scored poorly, especially considering that thicc 186 in the midfield, but I'll take the win, as Cripps couldn't carry NBH to the victory. Both teams have clear areas of improvement and will hope to capitalise on them before their next games.

Brooklyn: Jacobs, Steele, Cripps
San Francisco: Viney, Coniglio, Adams, Stewart, Soldo

Chicago Sharks 20.11.131 lost to Boston Terriers 20.12.132
(Real: 1963 vs 1972)

Another ripper game, as the Neale captaincy wins the game as Oliver just couldn't deliver on the other side. Boston got over scores of 16 (subbed off), 50, 50, 54 (subbed on) and 55 to snag this victory thanks to the aforementioned Neale, plus a 150+ from Howe and Goldstein's 136 as VC and a few other 120+ scores. Hurn lead the way with a 152 for Chicago as they had their own bunch of 120+ scores but just fell short - but, like Anaheim, they can take plenty of confidence out of their own score.

Chicago: Hurn, Lobb, Perryman, Parker, Naismith, Lynch, Andrews
Boston: Neale, Howe, Goldstein, Wingard, Sheed, Sidebottom, Langdon, Pendlebury, Martin
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