Rutherglen Fugitives Team Thread

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  1. tyze1

    tyze1 Well-Known Member

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    Introducing the Rutherglen Fugitives 'we're already on the run...' The ORFF now has a franchise beginning with 'R' and a nickname with 'F' More to follow
     
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    Introducing the inaugural Fugitives

    Defenders
    Dane Rampe
    Jamie Macmillan
    Jarrod Harbrow (MID)
    Adam Tomlinson (FWD)
    Michael Johnson
    Riley Bonner
    Martin Gleeson
    Phil Davis

    Midfielders
    Scott Pendlebury
    Dylan Shiel
    Jack Macrae
    Kieren Jack
    Darcy Parish
    Luke Hodge

    Rucks
    Jonathon Ceglar
    Patrick Ryder (FWD)
    Jordan Roughead (DEF)
    Mitchell King

    Forwards
    Jack Gunston
    Tom Lynch (GCS)
    Shane Edwards (MID)
    Jordan De Goey (MID)
    Jayden Laverde
    Jack Watts (MID)
    Kyle Langford
    Paul Ahern (MID)
    Ben McGlynn
    Daniel Wells (MID)
    Hayden Crozier
    Mason Wood (MID)

    R1 Selection to follow - competition for spots is going to be high!
     
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    Rutherglen Fugitives R1 Team (subject to change)
    EDIT: Johnson out. Tomlinson in
    D: Macmillan, Rampe, Tomlinson, Harbrow (Davis)
    M: Pendlebury, Shiel, Macrae, Jack (Parish)
    R: Ceglar
    F: Gunston, Lynch, de Goey, Edwards (Watts)
    I: Hodge, Wells (Gleeson)
     
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    BnF Update
    On the back of three best on grounds in succession power forward Tom Lynch leads the way from a trio of midfielders and a revitalised Daniel Wells
    The Fugitives have split their first 4 games however its two loses combine for a total loss of 38 points - what could've have been.

    R4 Leaderboard
    Lynch 16.5
    Shiel 11
    Pendlebury 10
    Jack 8
    Wells 6.5
    Gunston 4
    Roughead 2
    MacMillan 1
    Rampe 1
     
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    mate - all 4 of your matches to date are in the 10 closest matches in ORFFF history so your side loves a nailbiter

    this week against Drouin will be a good indicator of whether your lot are top 4 material
     
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    R8 & BnF Update
    At 2 & 6 the season is close to the point of no return, with 4 losses on the trot on the surface it looks like the Fugitives have been very poor in their d├ębut season. However on the contrary the side has been in with a chance to win every one of its 6 losses however have not been able to get the job done. This is outlined by all Fugitive games and their winning margins 19, 47, 19, 82, 104, 44, 37, 99. Not a side to follow if you have heart problems we love a close one!

    Any revival must start this week however I can sense Walpole are sniffing an upset... watch this space

    In the BnF after a slow start marquee player Pendlebury has hit his straps opening up a slight gap on future stars Shiel & Lynch.

    R9 Leaderboard
    Pendlebury 26
    Shiel 21.5
    Lynch 20.5
    Wells 11.5
    Jack 11
    Gunston 9
    Macrae 6.5
    Johnson 4
    Edwards 3
    De Goey 3
     
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    tyze1 Well-Known Member

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    The Fugitives have ended their season on a high but frustratingly just fell short of a finals berth finishing in 9th spot with a 7 and 8 record. On review losses against Heard Island, Mt Thirsty, Dingo Beach who occupied 13 - 15 on the ladder crippled the Fugitives season.

    The Fugitives will look forward to 2017 with some confidence having been the 6th ranked team for points scored. Looking to the offseason a starting defender will be on the shopping list as we look to improve on a season that promised loads but delivered very little in the end.

    The highlight came in Round 13 as the Fugitives ran riot against potential premiers Neptune Island scoring 1563 in a free flowing classic.

    The focus for this coach now moves to AFL Fantasy where his Sideways Giants are ranked 13th overall just 250 points from the top step of the podium.

    Good luck to all in the finals!
     
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