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« Reply #30 on: September 07, 2014, 09:06:57 PM »


Buenos Aires Aim for the Top

With Dublin taking care of Mexico City, Buenos Aires aim for that Minor Premiership. Can they do it?

Seoul definately pushed them all the way, as the poor Magpies can't seem to get any luck.

Seoul Magpies (21.15.141) lost to Buenos Aires Armadillos (23.16.154)

Best
Seoul: P Dangerfield, B Gibbs
Buenos Aires: B Harvey, P Chapman, S Johnson, M Barlow, K Cornes, M Boyd, Ja Kelly

Reserves
Pyongyang Chollimas (14.7.91) defeated Buenos Aires Armadillos (7.5.47)

Best
Pyongyang: H Ballantyne, M Weller, Jo Roughead, H Hocking
Buenos Aires: T Logan

5: Dangerfield 4: Gibbs 3: McEvoy 2: Swallow 1: McGlynn



Seoul Snap Losing Streak

Seoul's 6 match losing streak is over, giving its fans some hope for next year. In a battle for pride, Seoul were too strong against New York.

New York Revolution (19.9.123) lost to Seoul Magpies (21.13.139)

Best
New York: J Macrae, S Fisher, M Stokes
Seoul: B Gibbs, B McGlynn, B McEvoy, P Dangerfield, J Newnes

Late Changes
New York: K Stevens replaced A Christensen
Seoul: M Weller replaced T Duryea

Reserves
Washington Rebellion (14.9.93) defeated Pyongyang Chollimas (9.6.60)

Best
Washington: J Gibson, W Hoskin-Elliott, A Young, P McGinnity
Pyongyang: Nil

5: Gibbs 4: McGlynn 3: McEvoy 2: Dangerfield 1: Swallow

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Magpies Finish on a High

Seoul Magpies finished the season strongly, while Tokyo kind of limped over the line. Seoul 3-0 in Asian Cup, with Brandon Ellis taking home the Bell Medal

Seoul Magpies (20.19.139) defeated Tokyo Samurai (19.10.124)

Best
Seoul: B Ellis, B McGlynn, B McEvoy, TJ Lynch
Tokyo: L Parker, K Jack, C Judd

Late Changes
Tokyo: N Suban replaced T Derickx, G Broughton replaced S Mitchell

Reserves
Pyongyang Chollimas (13.7.85) lost to Yuzawa Typhoon (19.12.126)

Best
Pyongyang: T Duryea, H Ballantyne
Yuzawa: J Lonergan, T Campbell, T Richards, A Fasolo


SEOUL wins the ASIAN CUP

5: Ellis 4: McGlynn 3: McEvoy 2: Lynch 1: Dangerfield
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« Reply #31 on: September 07, 2014, 09:12:28 PM »


And the winner is!


43: Swallow
32: Dangerfield
29: McGlynn
29: Gibbs
18: McEvoy
16: Ellis
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« Reply #32 on: September 08, 2014, 04:51:48 AM »

Well done David
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« Reply #33 on: November 07, 2014, 08:29:16 PM »

Seoul Trade Period:

In: Toby Greene, Trent Mckenzie, Lachie Whitfield, Jed Anderson, Jonathon Ceglar, Brandon Matera, Jason Ashby, Pick 12,Pick 18, Pick 26, Pick 33, Pick 36

Out:  Hayden Ballentyne, Bryce Gibbs, Stephen Conigilio, Liam McBean, Mark Lecras, Mav Weller, Tom Scully, Taylor Hunt, Pick 10, Pick 28, Pick 46, Pick 82


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« Reply #34 on: November 07, 2014, 09:52:24 PM »

done very well ;D
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« Reply #35 on: April 28, 2015, 11:48:50 AM »

Massive blow for the Magpies

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2015-04-28/injury-nightmare-for-suns
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