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« Reply #15 on: April 30, 2021, 02:53:38 pm »

Wisconsin Cockerels

D: Lachie Whitfield, Steven May, Alex Witherden, Caleb Daniel
M: Jackson Macrae (CC), Touk Miller, Jack Billings, Mitch Duncan, Darcy Parish, Shane Edwards
R: Max Gawn (CC)
F: Dayne Zorko, Jack Ziebell (EVC), Jarman Impey, Jordan De Goey
U: Sean Darcy (R), Jarrod Brander (M/F), Deven Robertson (M/F)

E: Hayden Crozier (D), Harry Morrison (M/D), Michael Walters (M/F), Bayley Fritsch (F - SUB)

IN: Steven May, Deven Robertson, Jordan De Goey, Lachie Whitfield, Bayley Fritsch
OUT: Harry Morrison, Dylan Moore, Zach Tuohy, Hayden Crozier, Michael Walters

Presser: First loss as coach last round, but there wasn't much to be angry about. Well there was, so Morrison and Moore have been given the boot, as has 2E after stinking it up too. Sonny is having his worst season in years, so he's relegated to sub. Maybe I should stop picking up old buggers from Houston? I didn't include May last round because team news, while DevRob and Dunstan(?) get another shot.
Whitfield and De Flog could be back, as we have 5 all round improving changes, Crozier and Morrison on standby in case our defence gets rorted again.
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« Reply #16 on: April 30, 2021, 03:26:07 pm »

Anaheim Mighty Ducks

D: Jordan Ridley, Blake Hardwick, Michael Hibberd, Luke Brown
M: Zach Merrett (C), Josh P. Kennedy, David Mundy (VC), Trent Cotchin, Devon Smith, Archie Perkins
R: Nick Bryan
F: Robbie Gray, Tom Hawkins, Nick Hind, Jy Farrar
U: Ben McKay, Nathan Jones, Sam Simpson

Emerg: Callum Brown, Tom Cole,  Lachlan Murphy, Mitch Hannan (sub)
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« Reply #17 on: April 30, 2021, 05:31:17 pm »

New Brooklyn Hawks

DEF: Bachar Houli, Jake Lever, Liam Duggan, Lachie Ash
MID: Jack Steele (C), Patrick Cripps, Brad Crouch, Noah Anderson (VC), Tom Liberatore, Oleg Markov
RUCK: Toby Nankervis
FWD: Shai Bolton, Tom Papley, Ben Brown, Tim Membrey
UTIL: Taylor Duryea, Angus Brayshaw, Lachie Weller

EMG: Jason Johannisen, Marlion Pickett, Jack Higgins, Jack Gunston (SUB)
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« Reply #18 on: April 30, 2021, 05:50:59 pm »

Anaheim Mighty Ducks

D: Jordan Ridley, Blake Hardwick, Michael Hibberd, Tom Cole
M: Zach Merrett (C), Josh P. Kennedy, David Mundy (VC), Trent Cotchin, Devon Smith, Archie Perkins
R: Nick Bryan
F: Robbie Gray, Tom Hawkins, Nick Hind, Jy Farrar
U: Ben McKay, Nathan Jones, Callum Brown

Emerg: Sam Berry, Matt Guelfi,  Lachlan Murphy, Mitch Hannan (sub)
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« Reply #19 on: April 30, 2021, 05:56:48 pm »

DEF: Christian Salem, Rory Laird (CC), Isaac Cumming, Brodie Smith

MID: Scott Pendlebury (CC), Ben Keays, Joel Selwood, Ed Langdon, Brandan Parfitt, Dom Sheed

RUC: Todd Goldstein

FWD: Taylor Walker (EVC), Steele Sidebottom, Todd Marshall, Aaron Hall

UTIL: Tom Jonas (DEF), Jackson Hately (MID), Oscar McInerney (RUC/FWD)

EMG: Callum Wilkie (DEF), Mitch Robinson (MID), Luke Dahlhaus (FWD), Tom Clurey (DEF - SUB)
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« Reply #20 on: April 30, 2021, 06:20:44 pm »

Las Vegas Sinners

D: Jake Lloyd (EVC), Brad Sheppard, Darcy Moore, Jordan Dawson
M: Nat Fyfe (CC), Jarryd Lyons (CC), Tom Mitchell, Jaeger O'Meara James Rowbottom, Christian Petracca, Andrew McGrath
R: Nic Naitanui
F: Chad Warner, Harry Himmelberg, Oscar Allen, Jaidyn Stephenson
UTIL: Jack Scrimshaw (D), James Rowbottom (M) James Harmes (D), Will Hayward (F)

EMERG: Nik Cox (D/F), Errol Gulden (M),  Tom McCartin (F), Will Powell (M - SUB)
In: Will Hayward
Out: Tim English (inj.)
New: Will Hayward

JOM out, Rowbo to mids, Jarmes to Utils
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« Reply #21 on: April 30, 2021, 06:33:23 pm »

Maynard (vc), Cox, Atley, Ballard
Walsh (c), Simpkin, Drew, Bytel, I.Smith, Blakely
L.Fogarty, Wicks, T.Thomas, Wright (evc)
Schoenberg, Colyer, Jackson

Stocker (D), Scott (M/F), O'Riordan (D), D.Cameron (SUB)
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« Reply #22 on: May 03, 2021, 11:30:29 am »

Houston Bombers 19.7.121 defeated Colorado Avalanche 17.9.111
(Real: 1813 vs 1671)

Both of these teams pretty much saved their best efforts for this contest...shame it couldn't both be in wins against sides higher up on the ladder. They both had their fair share of highs and kept the lows (Heeney, Wicks, OOP M6) to a reasonable minimum and hopefully can carry the momentum from this game towards beating higher up sides, because we all root for teams like these two and San Francisco and against the top teams.

Houston: Ellis, Sinclair, Saad, Clark, Taylor, Bailey, Doedee
Colorado: Walsh, Drew, Hickey, Jackson, Simpkin

Ottawa Otters 18.7.115 defeated Quito Quetzals 15.15.105
(Real: 1728 vs 1573)

Some called Quito's 145-135 victory over Wisconsin the greatest ASC match of all time. Ottawa said they could go one better and I'm happy to officially call this the greatest ASC match of all time. What an upset! 1-5 Ottawa coming off a 104-110 loss to cellar dweller SF not only beat - but comfortably beat - 6-0 Quito coming off what I think was the second largest ever ASC score (or thereabouts). If it wasn't for U3 Bonar's 19 and Sub Bruce's 35 it definitely could've been an even greater victory, while for Quito they went from one score under 70 last week to 9 this week, including a CC while the other CC didn't exactly shine. One for the history books!

Ottawa: Cunnington, Taranto, Keath, Dale, McEvoy, Collins
Quito: Greenwood, McCluggage, Hopper, Mills

Anaheim Mighty Ducks 15.11.101 lost to Las Vegas Sinners 17.9.111
(Real: 1521 vs 1662)

Not the best the Sinners can show, but they did enough to get the victory while simultaneously scoring less than Colorado, Houston, and Ottawa (they'll probably still outscore SF though). Meanwhile, Anaheim sink closer and closer to the bottom of the table with another very low score, although there is obvious potential in their XVIII to score much higher than this - can they? Their depth is worrying...Mitch Hannan as sub?

Anaheim: Mundy, Merrett
Las Vegas: Lyons, Lloyd, Mitchell, Scrimshaw, Naitanui, Fyfe

New Brooklyn Hawks 16.10.106 lost to Wisconsin Cockerels 18.9.117
(Real: 1587 vs 1754)

Real shame Houston (plus or minus a Zak Jones type character) didn't come up against and blow away Wisconsin this week, because they were, like Quito, a fair bit removed from their Round Six performance in the second greatest ASC match of the season, featuring only the one 120+ scorer as opposed to the seemingly 17 last week, with the other two being Moore and Morrison obviously. As for NBH, they fall to 1-6 with another below average score - we all know they're a better outfit than this, but sometimes everything just goes wrong at the same time (see my WXV side).

Brooklyn: Houli, Bolton
Wisconsin: May, Daniel, Miller, Parish, Macrae, Ziebell

Chicago Sharks 20.8.128 lost to Carolina Panthers 20.12.132
(Real: 1920 vs 1983)

Carolina shoot to the top of the table with a thrilling high-scorer against Chicago, who may not take the four points but can show they can match it with anybody, and would've destroyed Quito and Wisconsin this round. Look at the long lines in the best! Obviously it helps having long ass names flooding it like Brayshaw, Perryman, and Bontempelli but they still add up, and the real low scorers in Fantasia (35) and Tomlinson (0) were subbed out. It wasn't a one-man effort for the Panthers, but Grundy as captain helped out as usual, as did season-best performances by the Kelly brothers*.

Chicago: Guthrie, Gaff, Darling, Brayshaw, Florent, Oliver, Perryman, Bowes, Henry
Carolina: Grundy, Kelly, Kelly, Short, Mihocek, Daniher, Bontempelli, Aliir, Daicos

Boston Terriers 18.10.118 defeated San Francisco Grizzlies 15.14.104
(Real: 1771 vs 1559)

Going into this match you'd say these are pretty much the expected scores, as Boston make it a four-way tie for the top of the ladder on 5-1 while San Francisco are very unlucky to fall to a losing record after such a good start to the season thanks to Redman, Riewoldt, and Hughes still managing to combine for 30 less than just Brad "Worst player in the comp" Hill by himself!

Boston: Selwood, Langdon, Hall, Sheed, Jonas, Salem
San Francisco: Hill, Stewart, Green
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« Reply #23 on: May 03, 2021, 12:39:14 pm »

Carolina Panthers  6-1  865  777  111.33
Wisconsin Cockerels  6-1  876  800  109.50
Quito Quetzals  6-1  840  772  108.80
Boston Terriers   6-1   859   791   108.60
Las Vegas Sinners  4-3   860  804  106.97
Chicago Sharks  3-4  827  815  101.47
Houston Bombers  3-4  777  834  93.17
San Francisco Grizzlies  3-4  716  774  92.51
Anaheim Mighty Ducks   2-5   748   796   93.97
Ottawa Otters  2-5  750  811  92.48
New Brooklyn Hawks  1-6  774  820  94.39
Colorado Avalanche   0-7   711  807  88.10
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