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« Reply #105 on: August 11, 2013, 10:00:33 PM »

badgers  will score 2000 again next week, twice lucky i dont want to risk a 3rd meeting this season in finals...

Pffft Badgers suck :P
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« Reply #106 on: August 11, 2013, 10:06:59 PM »

Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs

Pearce 126 - Shaw 55 - Watts 105- Duffield 96
Stanton 107(VC) - S.Selwood 238(C) - Jones 136 - Parker 46
Hutchings Greene 102 - Mullet 76
Lobbe 158
D.Martin 125 - Riewoldt 75 - Bird 91 - Ballantyne 80

EMG: Greene 102, Yarran 53, Hampton 82

1616 + 20 = 1636.

Who even needs HGA :P

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« Reply #107 on: August 11, 2013, 10:16:30 PM »

badgers  will score 2000 again next week, twice lucky i dont want to risk a 3rd meeting this season in finals...

Pffft Badgers suck :P

hopefully Barlow gets rested this week ;D
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« Reply #108 on: August 12, 2013, 05:10:34 AM »

SCORES:


NOTTINGHAM HOODS

DEF: L.Russell (71), Dempster (63), Taylor (132), Roberton (86)                 

MID: Ablett 77 x 2 (154), Pendlebury (159), Masten (131), Sewell (95)

RUCK: Sandilands (51)

FWD: A.Walker (102), Gumbleton (52), Dunn (80), Podsiadly (93)

UTI:  Mackay (78), C.Jones (85)

EMG: Otten (97) (Def), Alwyn Davey (55) (Fwd), Jackson Trengove (41) (Def)

SCORE:  14/1532 + 52 HGA + 20 = 1604

Captain: Gary Ablett
Vice Captain: Scott Pendlebury
Emergency Vice Captain: A.Walker
Unfortunately FF it adds up to 1432 not 1532. and your HGA is 51 Sandilands so total is 1503.  As FF is playing the Breakers can someone else just confirm that his total should be 1432 for transperancy please.
I also have it adding up to 1503.
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« Reply #109 on: August 12, 2013, 07:11:57 AM »

Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs

Pearce 126 - Shaw 55 - Watts 105- Duffield 96
Stanton 107(VC) - S.Selwood 238(C) - Jones 136 - Parker 46
Hutchings Greene 102 - Mullet 76
Lobbe 158
D.Martin 125 - Riewoldt 75 - Bird 91 - Ballantyne 80

EMG: Greene 102, Yarran 53, Hampton 82

1616 + 20 = 1636.

Who even needs HGA :P

Wow you would of beaten me by 2 points...
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« Reply #110 on: August 12, 2013, 08:02:56 AM »

Wow you would have of beaten me by 2 points...

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Sorry whatlez, I'm terrible at grammar mostly (as you can see by mosts of my posts), but that's one of my pet hates :P
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« Reply #111 on: August 12, 2013, 10:23:47 AM »

Bilston Bunnies Lineup

Backs: J.Carlisle 48, Newman 63, Stratton 57, Tuohy 58              226
Mids: Beams (C) 266, Douglas (VC) 140, Corey 141, Curnow 102               649
Ruck: Bellchambers 53                                                                53
Fwds: Mayne 119, Dahlhaus 143, Adams 102, Bolton 79                    443
Util: Ryder 89, Howlett (EVC) 63                                             152

Emergencies: Lee, Bugg, Webster

1523 + 48 + 20 = 1591

Some very good and very average scores....
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« Reply #112 on: August 12, 2013, 10:32:43 AM »

D - J. Grimes 109, D. Stanley 95, G. Ibbotson DNP Schofield 71, E. Yeo 37
M - B. Ebert (C) 250, B. McLean (VC) 123, D. Swallow 148, M. Wallis 87
R - M. Leuenberer 67 (Do I actually get him? Last I checked Leuenberer doesn't exist)
F - M. Wright, J. Grant 141, M. Wright 31, T. Dickson 67
UTI - Conca 121, Dalziell 126

EMG - J. McKenzie, W. Schofield 71, T. Vickery (81)

Vickery (our fwd emg) will have to come in for one of the Wright's (81)

1,554

Not sure if we get +20 but we're on 1,554 without the +20


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« Reply #113 on: August 12, 2013, 10:36:36 AM »

Oxford Owls

Def: Robert Murphy 102, Greg Broughton 85, Dustin Fletcher 48, Rhyce Shaw 79
Mids: Scott Thompson 46, Nick Dal Santo 132, Jack Steven (C) 268, James Kelly (VC) 97
Ruck: Mike Pyke 83
Fwds: Lewis Johnstone 74, Travis Cloke 78, Daniel Giansiracusa 98, Sharrod Wellingham 128
Utilities: Oliver Wines 53, Jaeger O'Meara 104

Emergency: Matthew Jaensch, Easton Wood, N/A

1,475

and I think they get HGA? If they get HGA (46)

1,521

Giants win :D
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« Reply #114 on: August 12, 2013, 11:14:42 AM »

The first Round of the Finals has been completed

We have seen the Hawks and Bombers eliminated from the British Cup Trophy and the Lobsters and Steins as the 2 lowest scoring teams eliminated from the KO Plate. Some quite close matches played with the Werewolves showing they will be the team to beat for the Trophy, We get down to business next week with all matches from now on being elimination finals.

British Cup Trophy Matches

Ist Qualifying Final Winchester Werewolves 28.17,185 defeated Bradford Badgers 25.13.163
Coach Colliwobblers really has his team firing at the right end of the season and easily accounting for the Badgers.  The Badgers had a number of players down on form and the Werewolves took full advantage of this. Badgers forward Ben McGlynn suffered an early shoulder knock in a marking contest with Werewolves defender Michael Hibberd and this no doubt had hindered his game eventually succumbing to the injury being replaced in third quarter. This also cut down the Badgers forward options. Hibberd undoubtedly produced his best game for the Werewolves cutting of numerous forward thrusts by the Badgers thus restricting their scoring opportunities. Luke Ball also continues to find form in the midfield producing his best game since returning from injury. Colliwobblers would also be pleased with the way Jake Melksham and Sam Gibson are steeping up to the mark. Badgers Coach Whatlez was seething with his teams performance and has threatened to wield the axe for this weeks semi final against the Hedgehogs. Home Ground Advantage should see the Badgers go through to the Preliminary final against the Breakers.
Best Players:
Werewolves: Ball, Priddis, Hibberd, Melksham, Gibson.
Badgers: Cotchin, Griffin, Barlow, Minson, Prestia

2nd Qualifying Final Swansea Breakers 24.11.155 defeated  Nottingham Hoods 23.18.150
Despite having to play a make shift Ruckman in Liam Picken the Breakers were able to hold out the Hoods despite the urging of their home ground. In undoubtedly his worst performance of the season Captain Gary Ablett was well held by the Breakers and this effected the Hoods go forward momentum. Poor goal kicking early by the Hoods kept the Breakers in the game and they were eventually able to hit the front and stay there. Despite the efforts of Scott Pendlebury the Breakers midfield led by Captain Dane Sean eventually got on top of the Hoods controlling the ball in the final quarter to ensure the win. Both Coaches will be disappointed with their respective teams performances and they will have to lift their teams in next matches. The Hoods face a daunting task to get over the Bombers next week with the winner facing the in form Werewolves in the Preliminary Final. For the Breakers they will welcome the 2 week rest hoping that Ruckman Max Gawn will be available for the Preliminary Final against the winner of the Badgers and Hedgehogs.
Best Players
Breakers: Swan, Montagna, Cooney, Sidebottom, Rich
Hoods: Pendlebury, Harry Taylor, Masten, Andrew Walker

Ist Elimination Final Hebden Bridge Hedgehogs 25.14.164 defeated Hastings Hurricanes 24.17.161
Late changes: Rory Laird replaced Matthew Shaw and Stefan Martin replaced Shane Edwards for the Hurricanes and Toby Greene replaced Mark Hutchings for the Hedgehogs.
In the closest game of the Finals the Hedgehogs were able to hold out the fast finishing Hurricanes being urged on by their home ground and take the match by 3 points. Captain Patrick Dangerfield almost carried the Hurricanes over the line with an outstanding final quarter performance but they just fell short, With the Hedgehog Ruckman Matthew Lobbe completely dominating the Hurricanes Johnathan Giles the Hedgehogs were able to skip out to an early lead with the midfield providing good service to Dustin Martin who converted the opportunities. With the game reaching fever pitch in the final minute and the Hurricanes, living up to their name coming home strongly with the wind, Hedgehog defender Danyle Pearce took a telling mark over Dangerfield and from that point the Hedgehogs controlled the ball to the final siren. The Hedgehogs now face the Badgers for a place in the Preliminary final against the Breakers and the Hurricanes can now depart on the end of season trip.
Best Players
Hedgehogs: Lobbe, Nathan Jones, Dannyle Pearce, Dustin Martin, Stanton
Hurricanes: Monfries, Goddard, Dangerfield, Cornes, Byrnes

Elimination Final 2  Birmingham Bombers 25.20.170 defeated Huddersfield Hawks 23.14.152
Late Changes: Koby Stevens replaced Campbell Heath for the Hawks.
The Bombers showed they will be a danger to the Top 4 with a very convincing win over the Hawks. The Hawks skipped out to an early lead with Captain Sam Mitchell setting up opportunities for the forward line with Luke Breust taking full advantage. However this was short lived with Bombers Ruck Duo of Zac Clarke and Dean Cox completely dominating Hawks Daniel Gorringe after quarter time allowing their midfield of Daniel Wells and Brad Crouch to set up numerous forward forays with Justin Westhoff taking full advantage. When the Hawks were able to get the ball forward Bombers fullback Andrew Mackie was constantly intercepting the ball and then setting up another forward thrust. Whilst the Hawks can start preparing for next year, the Bombers will take a lot of confidence into their clash with the Hoods in the semi final for the right to meet the Werewolves in the Preliminary Final.
Best Players:
Bombers: Wells. Lewis, Mackie, Clarke, Crouch
Hawks: Mitchell, Sylvia, Breust. Enright, Josh P Kennedy.

Patrons Plate Qualifying Matches.
There will be no write up of individual matches as this round was to decide the two teams to be eliminated.
Newcastle Falcons 22.15.147 defeated Liverpool Lobsters 20.12.132
Crosby Cruisers 26.12.168 defeated Swindon Swaggers 25.12.162 (What might have been for these 2 teams)
Bilston Bunnies 24.13.157 defeated Manchester Magic 24.12.156
Grope Lane Giants 24.11.155 defeated Oxford Owls 23.14.152
Leeds Leeches 23.15.153 defeated Staines Steins 22.12.144
Seedings going into the knock out cup
1. Crosby Cruisers 168
2. Swindon Swaggers 162
3. Bilston Bunnies 157
4. Manchester Magic 156
5. Grope Lane Giants 155
6. Leeds Leeches 153
7. Oxford Owls 152
8. Newcastle Falcons 147
Liverpool Lobsters and Staines Steins eliminated

Lodgement for Round 2 thread will be up later today so please check and remember to lodge teams.
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« Reply #115 on: August 12, 2013, 11:31:44 AM »

Awesome work mate

Would have scored close to 1800 if I made Lewis Captain and that's with no players going big

The top 4 should be worried about us
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« Reply #116 on: August 12, 2013, 11:35:10 AM »


Honestly, the Swaggers obviously didn't react well to my coaching style!

Crosby I feel would have made the finals if they had a coach at the helm all year
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« Reply #117 on: August 12, 2013, 11:40:30 AM »

Never stood a chance.  :(
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« Reply #118 on: August 12, 2013, 11:56:13 AM »

Awesome work mate

Would have scored close to 1800 if I made Lewis Captain and that's with no players going big

The top 4 should be worried about us

#somuchtrashtalkaha
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« Reply #119 on: August 12, 2013, 12:44:54 PM »

Wow you would have of beaten me by 2 points...

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Sorry whatlez, I'm terrible at grammar mostly (as you can see by mosts of my posts), but that's one of my pet hates :P
Yes, when using the iPad. my grammar is terrible. When I'm behind the keyboard, I become a warrior lol.
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