Discussion in 'ORFFF' started by tyze1, Apr 8, 2021.
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Round 4 Fugitives Team - Subject to Change
New: Jiath Houli
In: Jiath Houli
Out: Rampe Witts
Def: Howe Sholl Salem Jiath (Rampe)
Mid: Pendlebury Parish Cunnington Macrae (Cotchin)
Ruc: Houli OOP
Fwd: Lynch Lambert Langford Vandermeer (WHE)
Int: Simpkin Sheed (Birchall)
@Dale Duivesteyn sounds like you may have a ruck back just in time for this weeks trip to Mt Thirsty
Mole Creek Round 4
IN: Clark, Ralphsmith, Sidebottom
OUT: Gresham, Rankine, Ladhams
Def: Williams, Saad, Ridley, Short (Clark)
Mid: Kelly, Petracca, Perryman, Gresham (Graham)
Fwd: Heeney, Ralphsmith, Walters, Sidebottom (Hind)
Int: Cripps, McCluggage (Petrevski-Seton)
Noahs with some ins
In - McDonald, L Jones (debut)
Def: McDonald, Dawson, Laird, Jones (Haynes)
Mid - Parker, Gaff, LDU, Duncan (Hunter)
Ruck - Gawn
Fwd - Gibbons, Walla, Warner, Cripps (Moore)
IC - Billings, Greenwood (Chapman)
Black Swamp (Round 4)
Clark Wilkie O’Connor Hardwick - Williamson
Bont Viney Daicos Linpinski - Jones
De Goey Fogarty Daniels C Brown - J Cameron
Neale - Lazarro
Selwood Schoenberg - no emg
The 29ers have made 2 changes for their Round 4 team with Patrick Lipinski and Shannon Neale replacing Shaun Higgins and Hayden Young for the clash with Heard Island @anthak, if Neale fails to line-up we have Charlie Lazarro or potentially Tom Williamson waiting in the wings.
Ugghgghhhhh thank goodness, I am really not liking this whole, "you can name the team the day before" business
Mole Creek leads 12/1071 to Neptune Islands 10/929
Mole Creek with Petracca, Darcy and Walters remaining and Neptune Island with the likely strong finishing Laird, McDonald, Duncan, LDU and Gawn
The Virgin's finish on a disappointing 1,037 defeated by the Whales on 1,327.
It didn't matter what moves the Virgin's made the Whales had it covered from the start.
It was brutal for the home side with suffering too many injuries including May & Butters.
Well done @Darran
Rutherglen posted their 6th consecutive Head to Head win against Wedge Island.
Nangkita, Mole Creek and Port Lincoln achieved their first head to head wins against their round 4 opponents.
Port Lincoln’s victory broke their competition record losing streak in a low scoring slugfest as Drouin posted a club record lowest score for the second successive week.
Mac Island successfully defended the Unofficial ORFFF Championship.
The 2021 competition laddder is starting to take shape while rivalry round next week will see all 16 teams desperate to win.
Well played Jimmy.
Last quarter heroics from Trac and Hodor sealed the deal.
Team selection was off the boil this week, perhaps if our squad wasn’t so mad mousey.
Thanks mate, nice to get you once! Looking forward to a rematch later this season!
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