Discussion in 'ORFFU' started by JPK, Aug 2, 2022.
NV 1176/13/90 Warner Heeney
KB 1057/12/88 Steele Ross Franklin
Flies came home strong in the end just falling short
Nuytsland Vikings 2022 Winners
Too good this time. Solid squad. Great depth. You're boys performed when it mattered on the big stage. Deserving winners this season.
Cheers for the regular GF updates all weekend.
I'm already pumped and ready to have another crack next year! Love the ORFFU action! Have a great off-season everybody!
Congratulations to both grand finalists on a great game. A deservingly close finish given the top 4 teams were only separated by % at the end of the H&A season.
Thank you to all of the coaches for another top season. Looking forward to doing it all again next year.
Great work @bryzza on not only the win, but also keeping everyone well up-to-date on the progress scores across the weekend. I'm sure everyone who was logging in greatly appreciated it.
Good work @Mick on making the final even though your team fell just short this year.
Was a cracking game, the most suspenseful and intriguing sets of letters and numbers I've read in a very long time (and more entertaining than some of the matches I physically attended this year!).
Top class final. Commiserations @Mick, 1300+ is always competitive
Congrats @bryzza on an impressive season. Peaked at the right time and finally got a GF win! Well done mate
My second grand final win 2020 was the previous time
Lol. Yeah, I meant getting a win in the grand final. Have always been amazed that your squad hadnt done that before. It always looks terrifying!
Belated match report
NV 1370/15/91 defeated
"Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there was a team of fierce warriors known as the Vikings. They were known for their strength and skill on the battlefield, and had been training for years to win the coveted ORFFU championship.
Their opponents in the finals were a team of tricky and nimble insects known as the Blow Flies. The Blow Flies were known for their aerial acrobatics and their ability to evade their opponents.
The two teams met on the field of battle, and the game was intense from the very beginning. The Vikings used their brute strength to overpower the Blow Flies, but the insects were able to use their agility to evade the Vikings' attacks and stay in the game.
As the game progressed, the Vikings realized that they needed to come up with a new strategy if they wanted to defeat the Blow Flies. They began to focus on teamwork and working together, using their combined strength to outsmart the Blow Flies' agility.
With this new strategy, the Vikings were able to break through the Blow Flies' defense and score the winning goal, securing the AFL championship for themselves. The Blow Flies were proud of their effort and congratulated the victors.
The Vikings returned home as heroes, hailed by the people for their victory. They had proven that with determination and a willingness to adapt, even the toughest of opponents could be defeated."
Unsung heros Shultz, Cotterell and Scott
Shannon Hurn 120 Floating at half back, Hurn added 32 possessions and 10 marks.
Sam Taylor 149 At CHB, Taylor contributed with 20 possessions, 12 grabs and 4 tackles.
Christian Petracca 117 Starting forward then rotating in midfield, Petracca contributed with 23 possessions, 6 grabs, 3 tackles and booted 2.1.
Timothy English 102 First ruck, English contributed with 17 disposals, 8 marks, 5 tackles and 28 hit outs.
Isaac Heeney 116 Starting forward, Heeney contributed with 23 disposals, 6 grabs, 3 tackles, 2.2 and 3 frees against.
Jeremy Howe 107 In defence, Howe contributed with 16 possessions, 5 marks and 4 tackles.
Jack Steele 125 Playing inside midfield, Steele contributed with 27 touches, 10 marks, 9 tackles and booted 1.0.
Timothy Kelly 113 Playing midfield, Kelly contributed with 27 touches, 3 marks, 3 tackles and managed 1.0.
Josh Dunkley 127 Playing inside midfield, Dunkley contributed with 29 disposals, 9 marks and 9 tackles.
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