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« Reply #30 on: July 26, 2013, 04:29:13 PM »

Round 13 Review

The Swansea Breakers have smashed the Crosby Cruisers 179 to 129 at Swalec Stadium. It all went the Breakers way, with Nic Naitanui and Max Gawn both dominating a ruckless Crosby side. Captain Dane Swan chipped in with his 446, with Leigh Montagna and Adam Cooney both helping out in the middle.

Coach nrich102 was very impressed with the effort, saying that it was a good turnaround from the past 2 weeks.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 27.17.179 defeated Crosby Cruisers19.15.129
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« Reply #31 on: July 27, 2013, 06:45:45 AM »

Round 14 Review

In the 3rd vs 4th clash, the Swansea Breakers have downed the Birmingham Bombers 153 to 139. The Bombers were down a man in early in the game, with Lachie Hansen getting knocked out. Dane Swan led the midfield with Adam Cooney, Leigh Montagna, Daniel Rich and Steele Sidebottom with Help from Max Gawn, in the ruck, dominating the midfield.

Nic Naitanui  said that it was a great game and it shows that the Breakers are a real premiership contender.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 23.15.153 defeated Birmingham Bombers 21.13.139   
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« Reply #32 on: July 28, 2013, 03:47:35 PM »

Round 15 Review

The Swansea Breakers 26.17.173 have defeated the Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs 24.15.159 in front of a Sell Out crowed at Swalec Stadium. Leigh Montagna, Adam Cooney and captain Dane Swan led the midfield while Josh Kennedy, Nic Naitanui, Jeff Garlett and Lachie Henderson dominated the forward line.

Coach nrich102 was very pleased with the effort, saying that it was one of our best games this year.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 26.17.173 defeated Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs 24.15.159
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« Reply #33 on: July 28, 2013, 03:50:45 PM »

Tbagrocks joins the Breakers

The Swansea Breakers have hired the legendary Tbagrocks on a multi million dollar contract. Tbagrocks will be in charge of drafting at the club.
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« Reply #34 on: July 28, 2013, 03:56:09 PM »

Thankyou thankyou!!  A new chapter for this great club :o

First things first, I love Dane Swan ;D I also love Daniel Talia but? :o  Fantasy he ain't! :P

Hmmm, how to prank Ringo in the office Monday morning?
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« Reply #35 on: July 31, 2013, 05:43:08 AM »

Round 16 Review

The Swansea Breakers have defeated the Swindon Swaggers 186 to 168. The Swaggers had there best game of the year, were still no match for the Breakers. Mitch Golby went crazy when coming off half back, and Lachie Henderson stopped many goals. Dane Swan ran a riot in the middle, scorning a lazy 404, while the Breakers mid field dominating the midfield. The Breakers are now sitting 3rd on the ladder, and that's where they should finish the season.

Coach Nrich said that although the Swaggers were much better than expected, the boys did what they have to do.
 
Final Score: Swansea Breakers 22.18.186 defeated Swindon Swaggers 25.18.168

World Cup
The Swansea Breakers defeated the Vietnam Vipers from the Asians (AXV) completion 159 to 127 and will take on the 3rd seeded Mexico City Suns from the Worlds (WXV) competition.
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« Reply #36 on: August 07, 2013, 05:35:25 AM »

Round 17 Review

The Swansea Breakers have defeated the Hastings Hurricanes with a last minute goal from Daniel Rich. Captain Dane Swan and Vice Captain Steele Sidebottom led the charge through the midfield, even though Max Gawn was hammered in the Ruck.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 24.14.158 defeated Hastings Hurricanes 23.14.152

World Cup
The Swansea Breaker have been knocked out of the World Cup by the Mexico City Suns (WXV). Although the Breakers were leading at 3 quarter time, the Suns managed to come back and eventually defeated the Breakers 150 to 135.

Coach nrich102 spoke to the media after the game and said "It was very disappointing to lose to the Suns like that. We could have won it, but we didn't capitalize on our opportunities." He then went on to talk about BXV. "It is great to have made the top 4.Our boys put in a really good effort all year, and that really showed up today."
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« Reply #37 on: August 13, 2013, 06:07:32 AM »

Finals Week 1 Review

The Swansea Breakers have defeated the Nottingham Hoods, despite having a makeshift ruckman in Liam Picken. The Hoods were one of the few teams who defeated the Breakers during the home and away season. The Breakers Midfield ran a riot again, even though Brent Moloney injured himself. The Breakers now get a week off and will play either the Bradford Badgers or the Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs.

Coach nrich102 said that the boys played well, and they really deserve the week off. Nrich said that the Breakers are now in a strong position to win the premiership.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 24.11.155 defeated  Nottingham Hoods 23.18.150
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« Reply #38 on: September 06, 2013, 04:24:02 PM »

Finals Week 3 Review

The Swansea Breakers have been knocked out of the finals, by the Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs. Adam Cooney was a late out, and other than that, it was a really poor week. Key forwards, Josh J Kennedy and Lachie Henderson had no influence on the game, while Joel Patful did what he could in the ruck.

Nrich told the media, that it was disappointing to go out on such a negative, there were many positives that came from the season.

Final Score: Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs 28.14.182 defeated Swansea Breakers 22.19.151
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« Reply #39 on: September 07, 2013, 03:18:19 PM »

The Swansea Breakers Best and Fairest count will start at 5:15pm AEST (May be a bit late though)
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« Reply #40 on: September 07, 2013, 04:48:15 PM »

Hello and Welcome to the Swansea Breakers Awards Night. Tonight we will be announcing the winners of the Ringo Medal and the Young Breaker Award. All the Ringo Medal Votes are in, and We'll take you to the count.

















We'll pause in the count now, to acknowledge the Breakers best young player. The Young Breaker award is given to the best player, 21 or under. This year, the Breakers Coaching staff will be presenting the Medal too...



Mitch Golby. Mitch has averaged 87 this year from 18 games, and has, and will be, an important person in our defense.



















And the inaugural of the Ringo Medal is... Dane Swan. Dane has been a great leader in the Breakers mid field, and finished third in the British XV MVP. H has absolutely dominated this years pole, with 36 votes.


Dane Swan in round 1 against the Nottingham Hoods

Thank you for coming tonight and congratulations to Mitch Golby and Dane Swan. We will leave you with the final score board.

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« Reply #41 on: September 14, 2013, 10:04:32 AM »


The Swansea Breakers have made some big trades so far this week. Nic Naitanui, Matt de Boer and Troy Chaplain have all left in trades with the Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs and the Liverpool Lobsters, while we welcome Matthew Lobbe, Heath Shaw and Jarrod Witts to the club! We also got another second round draft pick at the expense of a fifth round pick. Welcome Matthew, Heath and Jarrod!


Best XV for 2014
IN: Heath Shaw, Matthew Lobbe
OUT: Nic Naitanui, Troy Chaplain

DEF: Mitchell Golby, Lachie Henderson, Sam Docherty, Heath Shaw
MID: Daniel Rich, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom,  Brent Moloney
RUCK: Matthew Lobbe
FWD: Adam Goodes, Jeff Garlett, Eddie Betts, Josh J Kennedy
UTIL: Leigh Montagna; Adam Cooney
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« Reply #42 on: November 17, 2013, 06:42:09 AM »

Docherty Walks Out on the Breakers
Sam Docherty has had a fall out with the Swansea Breakers, and walked out on the club.

Quote from: Sam Docherty
The last year has been a year of pain for me. The club makes me have to cook my own food, and I can't go to McDonalds at all. Also, Ringo smells funny.

Quote from: Nrich on Sam Docherty
Sam is a real pain to work with. The world has to revolve around him, and he has the worst diet. He gives zero shower about anything. Good bye and Good Riddance Sam.

The Breakers got pick 11 in return for Sam Docherty, who has gone too the Oxford Owls.

Full Trade:
Breakers Give: Sam Docherty
Breakers Get: Pick 11

The Breakers have also traded Jeff Garlett to the Owls for Tim Membrey and a pick upgrade.

Full trade:
Breakers Give: Jeff Garlett and pick 69
Breakers Get: Tim Membrey and Pick 32


There is also a rumour that the Breakers have an interest in Matthew Pavlich at the Crosby Cruisers.
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« Reply #43 on: December 10, 2013, 05:13:50 PM »

Draft Review

The Swansea Breakers have had an active draft period, with 5 picks in the first 2 rounds. Ben Lennon was the Breakers first pick, at pick 11 and Blake Acres was drafted at pick 15. At pick 32, 33 and 35 the Breakers picked Darcy Gardner, Jarred Jansen and Jake Kolodjashnij while Jono Freeman was drafted at pick 51. Matthew Tabberner got promoted to the Senior list with our last National draft pick. The Breakers two picks in the rookie draft, and drafted Issac Conway and Shem Tatupu.
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« Reply #44 on: February 09, 2014, 12:19:51 PM »

Some pictures from training


Joel Patful getting a drink


Daniel Rich going for a run


Cyril Rioli at training


New Recruit Koby Stevens
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