2022 ORFFF Round 3

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  1. YAD69

    YAD69 Moderator Staff Member

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    The Virgin's are on 312/4 to the Noahs @That KI Guy on 674/7 96.3
    The Noah's are off the chain with Dawson playing a staring role atm, Gawn getting better each time he hits the field and Hunter looping in.
    The Virgin's have had to change structure and are struggling atm, however May always stands talk and young gun Errol pumping it up.
     
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  2. Dale Duivesteyn

    Dale Duivesteyn Well-Known Member

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    Full team for round 2.
    Going up against arguably the toughest side in comp. (bloody glad I took Cripps off his hands)
    Hopefully going to be an upset and the Bucks get up, but gee, that's a stacked team I'm coming up against.

    Def: Docherty, P McCartin*, B Dale*, M Hinge* (E: J Kelly*)
    Mid: P Cripps, J Lyons, N Anderson, E Lanhgdon* (E: L Edwards)
    Ruck: R Marshall
    Fwd: C Cameron, A Treloar*, B Ainsworth, M King (E: O Henry)
    Int: N O'Driscoll, J O'Meara (E: W Day)


    * indicate players played, Have announced in prev post, of course team also submitted.
    Freo teams may cause adjustments in my team. (with O'Driscoll and potentially, but less likely Hughes)
     
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  3. YAD69

    YAD69 Moderator Staff Member

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    Updated
    Round 3 - Useless Loop Virgins
    Def:
    Steven May, Liam Baker, Sam Frost, James Sicily
    Mid: Lachie Neale, James Jordon, Isaac Smith, James Worpel (Dylan Stephens)
    Ruck: Rhys Stanley (Lewis Young)
    Fwd: Zak Butters, Errol Gulden, Josh Battle, Liam Ryan (Aaron Naughton)
    Int: Isaac Quaynor, Brennan Cox (Hayden McLean)
     
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  4. Dale Duivesteyn

    Dale Duivesteyn Well-Known Member

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    Adj to following, W Day to replace N O'Driscoll
     
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  5. YAD69

    YAD69 Moderator Staff Member

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    The Virgin's are on 622/8 82.2 to the Noahs @That KI Guy on 966/12 80.5

    The home team have half their team to play and play they must. While the visitors have secured a very handy lead on the back of Gawn's tapping.
     
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  6. That KI Guy

    That KI Guy Moderator Staff Member

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    Cheers for the score updates mate.
    Noahs in the lead but with a few cringe worthy efforts from our engine room, the buffer isn’t too convincing.
     
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  7. James84

    James84 Well-Known Member

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    Tough tussle between the Worms and the Bucks.

    Mole Creek leads 9/881 to Nangkita 9/789

    Players to come
    MCG: Short, Williams, Reeves, Heeney, Rioli, Curnow,
    NKB: Docherty, Cripps, Marshall, King, O'Meara, Day
     
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  8. James84

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    Updated, with late 4th quarter scores in brackets but not in total. Mole Creek should scrape home with 7 minutes left in the last game needed for this contest.

    MCG - 1169/13 (Rioli (97),Short (94) to come)
    NKB - 1161/13 (Marshall (47), King (69) to come)
     
  9. leematty1

    leematty1 Well-Known Member

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    Boozers will cost to an easy win and get their first success for the year

    Whales finished with 1126. Boozers 10-968 with a stack of players to come in the western derby.
     
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  10. YAD69

    YAD69 Moderator Staff Member

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    In a very, very tight match, the game is in the balance as we wait for the official score.
    can the Virgin's pull off a win or will the Noah's hold on to their league points @That KI Guy
     
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  11. thokash

    thokash Full-Time Magician Staff Member

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    I think the old scores have gone haywire again, the algorithm can't handle a negative score and has included an emergency score as well. Sorry @port_leschenault unlucky, intentional or not.

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  12. anthak

    anthak Moderator Staff Member

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    I think @Len can fix this type of thing?
     
  13. Len

    Len Cockburn Knightrider Staff Member

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    Only before the scores are run unfortunately, that's a @walesy issue
     
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  14. port_leschenault

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  15. TheTassieHawk

    TheTassieHawk SC fanatic Staff Member

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    Round 3 winners were Mole Creek @James84 and Neptune Island @That KI Guy who move to 3W-0L after defeating Nangkita and Useless Loop as well as Jan Juc @thokash, Maralinga @Brett Sanders, and Rutherglen @tyze1 who improved to 2W-1L after wins against Walpole, Cockburn, and Drouin, while Wedge Island @Bearfly, Mt Thirsty @leematty1 and Black Swamp who notched their first wins of 2022 over Heard Island, Mac Island and Port Lincoln respectively.

    Mole Creek’s 13th consecutive victory matches the competition record set by the 2017-18 Boozers while the Walpole scoreboard operator has been barred from sinking cans during the game for the remainder of the year after ballsing up their duties in the clash with the Ducks. Port Lincoln's injury list remains a lengthy one, however reinforcements should trickle back through the remainder of April and bolster the team numbers prior to the MSD.

    With the season now in full swing the 16 clubs and their supporters set themselves for the all important rivalry round with the opening bounce once gain scheduled for Thursday night
     
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