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« Reply #15 on: May 31, 2019, 06:58:19 PM »

Wisconsin Cockerels

B: Dane Rampe, Adam Saad, Alex Witherden, Darcy Tucker
M: Jack Macrae (VC), Dayne Zorko, Luke Shuey, Luke Dunstan, Mitch Duncan, Jaeger O'Meara
R: Max Gawn (C)
F: Charles Cameron, Jack Billings, Alex Sexton, Josh J. Kennedy
U: Caleb Daniel, Lachie Whitfield (EVC) (B/M), Bayley Fritsch

E:  David Astbury (B), Nathan Vardy (R/F), Esava Ratugolea (F), Charlie Curnow (sub)
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« Reply #16 on: June 02, 2019, 08:20:37 PM »

Colorado Avalanche 14.11.95 lost to San Francisco Grizzlies 19.9.123
(Real: 1431 vs 1842)

San Francisco get back on the winners list thanks to having CCs combine for 630 total points (including CC bonuses), not so much thanks to a forward line combining for a total of 178 points. Colorado were the opposite, with their CCs combining for 194 points (including CC bonuses) andd with a midfield all scoring under 75, with Lienert their best player and Maynard doing well against his old club.

Colorado: Lienert, Maynard, Blakely
San Francisco: Coniglio, Heppell, Hill, Viney, Stewart

Boston Terriers 19.8.122 defeated Carolina Panthers 18.10.118
(Real: 1827 vs 1777)

A very close game befitting two premiership contenders, with the home side narrowly scraping over the line both to thanks Bontempelli and Naughton's very underwhelming games to close out the round. The two VCs in Pendlebury and Kelly lead the way for their respective sides (not to throw shade on two solid captain scores in Neale and Grundy), but as usual with Carolina losses just a few too many passengers in the team.

Boston: Pendlebury, Darling, Neale, Laird, Parfitt, Dahlhaus
Carolina: Kelly, Grundy, Martin, McDonald-Tipungwuti

Chicago Sharks 19.8.122 defeated Wisconsin Cockerels 17.8.115
(Real: 1829 vs 1719)

A huge win by Chicago over the ladder leading Wisconsin, maybe Ablett is the much needed ingredient for Wisconsin's success? Gawn was HUGE as Wisconsin captain with 158, but their forward line barely scraped over 200 combined, while usual star Lachie Whitfield was injured and their midfield, which usually contains ~4 scores over 120, only produced a solitary centurion - Mitch Duncan's 101.

Chicago: Parker, Andrews, Oliver, Gaff, Lynch, Sicily, Gaff
Wisconsin: Gawn, Rampe, Daniel, Duncan

New Brooklyn Hawks 20.8.128 defeated Las Vegas Sinners 18.11.119
(Real: 1923 vs 1778)

Chicago may have knocked off Wisconsin, but this NBH effort was the best of the round as they manage a round-leading score despite Captain Cripps being well below his usual best (still scored 89 though because CD are bias as), and with an OOP ruck as well. Fyfe lead the way as Las Vegas skipper but couldn't drag his team over the line, although they still managed a respectable score with Rockliff missing and Franklin well below his best.

Brooklyn: Houli, Parish, B. Crouch, Johannisen, J. Cripps, Brown
Las Vegas: Fyfe, Lyons, Lloyd, Gresham, Hewett, McGrath

Anaheim Mighty Ducks 19.8.122 defeated Quito Quetzals 17.10.112
(Real: 1825 vs 1682)

Anaheim back on the winners list with a comfortable win over a disappointing Quito. Five scores over 120 (and a 119) was huge for Anaheim, while Quito had more passengers than usual with five scorers in the 50s, although Anaheim managed a good score with veterans Mundy and McVeigh and young gun Callum Brown scoring in the 40s.

Anaheim: Hurley, Dangerfield, Burgoyne, Gray, Macpherson, Jones
Quito: Higgins, Hopper, Dunkley, Lycett, Cameron, Worpel

Ottawa Otters 17.11.113 defeated Houston Bombers 17.8.110
(Real: 1700 vs 1646)

It was much closer than they would have liked, but Ottawa have grinded out a much needed victory on the back of a big performance by VC Rowan Marshall. The key difference in the end though was Rory Sloane's injury on 35, with just (in hindsight) a 63 by Sloane required for the win. Tim Taranto wasn't great as Ottawa captain either, but they got the job done and the four points is what matters most.

Ottawa: Marshall, Cunnington, Davis
Houston: Walters, Kreuzer, Ziebell, Hooker, Robinson
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« Reply #17 on: June 02, 2019, 08:37:43 PM »

Wisconsin Cockerels   8-3   1352   1257   107.56
New Brooklyn Hawks   8-3   1299   1268   102.45
Chicago Sharks   7-4   1303   1249   104.32
Boston Terriers   7-4   1335   1289   103.57
Las Vegas Sinners   7-4   1268   1245   101.85
Anaheim Mighty Ducks   7-4   1248   1227   101.71
Carolina Panthers   6-5   1324   1259   105.16
Ottawa Otters   5-6   1245   1257   99.05
Quito Quetzals   4-7   1280   1282   99.84
San Francisco Grizzlies   4-7   1227   1267   96.84
Houston Bombers   3-8   1217   1237   98.38
Colorado Avalanche   0-11   1063   1330   79.92

The Hawks move level with Wisconsin on points, while Chicago are right below them as the best % of the four teams with 7 wins. Anaheim sneak into the top six at the expense of Carolina, who have scored more points than four of the six sides ahead of them. Quito fall three wins behind sixth spot despite having scored more than Las Vegas and Anaheim, while a San Francisco victory relegates Houston to eleventh.
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