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« Reply #15 on: June 27, 2019, 09:15:35 PM »

So does everyone get to name five emergencies or just Las Vegas?
Do we also get to decide certain player positions?
What about naming players after they're locked out?
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« Reply #16 on: June 28, 2019, 12:48:55 AM »

Yep sorry about last round. Hectic times.

D: Connor Blakely, Shane Savage (vc), Jarrod Harbrow, Robbie Tarrant
M: Brad Ebert, Sam Walsh, Isaac Smith, Sydney Stack, Oskar Baker, Willem Drew
R: Jarrod Witts (c)
F: Jy Simpkin, Sam Gray, Shaun Atley, Adam Cerra
U: Paddy Dow, Brayden Maynard, Peter Wright

E: Brennan Cox, Joel Garner, Darcy Fort, Lachie Fogarty (sub)
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« Reply #17 on: June 28, 2019, 02:44:39 PM »

So does everyone get to name five emergencies or just Las Vegas?
Do we also get to decide certain player positions?
What about naming players after they're locked out?

Big F in the chat for Las Vegas, comprehensive roast. In case anybody is wondering, nobody can do any of those so pls don't try. Surprised nobody mentioned the most egregious part - having the team name font in comic sans!

LAS VEGAS

DEF: Jake Lloyd (VC), Andrew McGrath, Nic Newman, Brad Sheppard
MID: Jarryd Lyons, Nathan Fyfe(C), James Harmes, Jordan Dawson, Tom Rockliff (Matt Kennedy), Zak Butters
RUCK: Tim English
FWD: Jade Gresham, Christian Petracca, George Hewett, Nick Blakey
UTI: Will Powell, Jordan DeGoey(EVC), Darcy Moore
EMERG: Harry Taylor(DEF), Ben Keays (MID),   Tom McCartin (FWD)(SUB), Jake Carlisle (OOP)(RUC)

I think Rocky will play so have named him with Kennedy to replace if he doesnt.

As stated, since this team was named 6 minutes after the partial lockout I cannot allow the naming of McGrath.
Matt Kennedy, as it stands, does not figure into team calculations as a player in brackets after another player is not considered a position at this time.
Additionally, George Hewett is a mid-only so will be copping the 0.5 OOP multiplier unless moved to a more appropriate position.
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« Reply #18 on: June 28, 2019, 03:37:35 PM »

Yep sorry about last round. Hectic times.

D: Connor Blakely, Shane Savage (vc), Jarrod Harbrow, Robbie Tarrant
M: Brad Ebert, Sam Walsh, Isaac Smith, Sydney Stack, Oskar Baker, Willem Drew
R: Jarrod Witts (c)
F: Jy Simpkin, Sam Gray, Shaun Atley, Adam Cerra
U: Joel Garner, Brayden Maynard, Peter Wright

E: Brennan Cox, Charlie Ballard, Darcy Fort, Lachie Fogarty (sub)
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« Reply #19 on: June 28, 2019, 05:10:53 PM »

D: H. Shaw, Z. Williams (vc), T. Stewart, M. Hore
M: S. Coniglio (c), D. Heppell (evc), L. Hunter, J. Viney, B. Hill, O. Wines
R: S. Martin
F: L. Ryan, L. McCarthy, R. Douglas, E. Betts
U: J. Anderson, T. Scully, B. Deledio

Emg: J. Pittard, C. McKenna, J. Begley, I. Soldo (sub)
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« Reply #20 on: June 28, 2019, 05:47:18 PM »

Ottawa

Darcy Byrne-Jones, Phil Davis, Alex Keath, Mark Blicavs
Adam Treloar (evc), Ben Cunnington, Dion Prestia, Liam Shiels, Brayden Fiorini, Tim Taranto (c)
Ben McEvoy
Rowan Marshall (vc), Charlie Dixon, Josh Caddy, Mason Wood
Jack Graham, Bailey Smith, Sam Lloyd

Ed Richards (def), Jonathon Ceglar (ruc/fwd), Luke Davies-Uniacke (mid), Kamdyn McIntosh (sub)
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« Reply #21 on: June 30, 2019, 02:08:26 AM »

Reilly O'Brien & Scott Lycett are unbelievable. I am living the dream  :-*
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« Reply #22 on: June 30, 2019, 12:20:05 PM »

Quito Quetzals

Def: Daniel Rich, Ryan Burton (79), Callum Mills (97), Dan Houston (54)
Mid: Seb Ross, Jacob Hopper (84), Hugh McCluggage, David Swallow (85), Tom Phillips (75), Patrick Lipinski (73)
Ruc: Reilly O'Brien (VC - 180)
Fwd: Josh Dunkley (C - 222), Scott Lycett (165), James Worpel (92), Jeremy Cameron (77)
Util: Shane Mumford (99), Nick Haynes (60), Matthew Suckling (45 - Sub OFF)

Emg: Paul Seedsman (M), Luke Breust (F), Jordan Roughead (R/F), Ed Curnow (M - Sub),

1442 with Rich, Ross, McCluggage & Curnow

D: H. Shaw (47), Z. Williams (vc - 189), T. Stewart (87), M. Hore
M: S. Coniglio (c - 204), D. Heppell (evc - 93), L. Hunter (52), J. Viney, B. Hill, O. Wines (57)
R: S. Martin
F: L. Ryan (65), L. McCarthy, R. Douglas (49), E. Betts (33 - Sub OFF)
U: J. Anderson (94), T. Scully (63), B. Deledio (84)

Emg: J. Pittard, C. McKenna, J. Begley, I. Soldo (sub)

1084 with Hore, Viney, B. Hill, Martin, McCarthy & Soldo + HGA (33)
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« Reply #23 on: June 30, 2019, 08:12:48 PM »

Colorado Avalanche 15.12.102 lost to Wisconsin Cockerels 16.20.116
(Real: 1567 vs 1744)

Probably a much closer game than many would have expected, but with Wisconsin taking their deserved biscuits. In fact, Wisconsin were pretty impressive given Curnow could only manage 5 before getting hurt and Gawn as captain suffering to a very low 46 - with normal scores from Curnow and Gawn they may have pushed 2000 again - but I guess they'll take this "lowly" 116 against a weaker opposition rather than in a crucial match.

Best
Colorado: Witts, Simpkin, Blakley, Tarrant
Wisconsin: Zorko, Macrae, Shuey, Hartlett, O'Meara, Rampe


Chicago Sharks 15.15.102 lost to Anaheim Mighty Ducks 16.12.108
(Real: 1531 vs 1623)

Another very fortunate victory for Anaheim, as Chicago fall to a very poor result that could be extremely damaging in their finals campaign. The culprits? Scores of 20, 62, 48, 32, 74, 67, 57, and 72 from their ruck, forwards, and utilities, with no sub. Ouch. Salem was the best for Chicago, while JPK and Miles stood up in the midfield when their captain could not.

Best
Chicago: Salem, Parker, Hurn, Oliver
Anaheim: Kennedy, Miles, Boak


Carolina Panthers 19.7.121 defeated Las Vegas Sinners 16.12.108
(Real: 1810 vs 1624)

The Sinners came home strong with Fyfe and Newman, but the Panthers held on for a vital victory thanks to captain Grundy and the two Kelly's. Note: even with McGrath, Matt Kennedy, and Hewett non-OOP the Panthers were still getting up in this one.

Carolina: Grundy, Kelly, Shiel, Kelly, Martin
Las Vegas: Fyfe, Lyons, Dawson, Hewett, Newman, Moore


New Brooklyn Hawks 15.15.105 lost to Ottawa Otters 20.10.130
(Real: 1580 vs 1948)

The Hawks sure did struggle without Cripps (one man team?), unlike Carlton, as they suffer a huge percentage loss to a rampaging Otters outfit who were a Marshall captaincy away from 2k.

Brooklyn: Crouch, Petrevski-Seton
Ottawa: Marshall, Cunnington, Treloar, Byrne-Jones, Blicavs, Davis, Smith


San Francisco Grizzlies 16.12.108 lost to Quito Quetzals 19.10.124
(Real: 1620 vs 1862)

Just about as expected I guess, in terms of result, scores, and scorers. Lycett once again goes huge (25th 150+ score against me for the season or so) to claim an easy BOG, while this SFG forward line needs fixing...come back JJ, Milkshake, Rohan, Baker, Rankine and co!

Best
San Francisco: Williams, Martin, Coniglio, Viney
Quito: Lycett, O'Brien, McCluggage, Curnow, Dunkley, Mumford


Boston Terriers 18.11.119 defeated Houston Bombers 16.11.107
(Real: 1790 vs 1601)

Houston were in with a sniff here late on, but Walters only managing 81 and Matera doing next to nothing snuffed out their late run for the points, as there was no Hooker heroism for these Bombers (although he was a decent scorer on the utilities, a position well suiting him at the moment). Both teams nailed their captain selections, but their vice-captains left something to be desired.

Boston: Neale, Goldstein, Redden, Darling, Pendlebury, Selwood, Jonas
Houston: Sloane, Ziebell, Heeney, Crisp
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« Reply #24 on: June 30, 2019, 08:39:08 PM »

May I request a ladder update at your earliest convenience good sir?
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« Reply #25 on: June 30, 2019, 08:43:20 PM »

flower yeah
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« Reply #26 on: June 30, 2019, 08:52:59 PM »

Yes

Wisconsin Cockerels   10-4   1728   1589   108.75
Anaheim Mighty Ducks   10-4   1597   1526   104.65
Las Vegas Sinners   9-5   1600   1578   101.39
Boston Terriers   9-5   1676   1654   101.33
New Brooklyn Hawks   9-5   1642   1630   100.74
Carolina Panthers   8-6   1678   1601   104.81
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Quito Quetzals   7-7   1660   1603   103.56
Chicago Sharks   7-7   1617   1590   101.70
Ottawa Otters   7-7   1605   1595   100.63
San Francisco Grizzlies   5-9   1564   1624   96.31
Houston Bombers   3-11   1551   1605   96.64
Colorado Avalanche   0-14   1355   1673   80.99
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« Reply #27 on: June 30, 2019, 09:00:49 PM »

Ouch
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« Reply #28 on: July 01, 2019, 06:16:45 AM »

NBH choking badly.
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