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« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2013, 04:26:09 pm »

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« Reply #16 on: April 11, 2013, 07:25:46 am »

Swansea Breakers midfielder Claye Beams will likely miss the rest of the season after rupturing his left ACL at training on Wednesday.

Scans confirmed the injury on Wednesday afternoon, with the young gun and the club set to determine the best course of action for his surgery and rehabilitation.

Swansea general Co-Coach Nrich102 said the injury was a huge disappointment for both Beams and the club.

"Claye had an outstanding pre-season and was edging towards our best XV, so understandably he is devastated by this setback," Nrich said.

"We are certain Claye’s strong character will get him through this tough period and that he will approach his rehabilitation with absolute professionalism."

Beams, 21, has not played a senior game for the Breakers, but was best on ground in the reserves game.
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« Reply #17 on: April 19, 2013, 04:08:44 pm »

Round 3 Review
The Swansea Breakers have had there second win of the season, defeating the Liverpool Lobsters. Daniel Rich had his first good game, and got voted best on ground. Dane Swan, Josh Kennedy, Leigh Montagna and Brent Moloney also had good games.

Co-Coach Ringo said that although it was sloppy in defense, the team played very well.

Final Score
Swansea Breakers  24.15.159 defeated Liverpool Lobsters 22.13.145
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« Reply #18 on: April 23, 2013, 12:36:56 pm »

Round 4 review


The Swansea Breakers have defeated the Huddersfield Hawks by a comfortable 26 points. Captain Dane Swan was best on ground, scoring 196 points. Sidebottom, Montagna, Cooney, Jamar and Garlett had good games, while debutant Sam Docherty had a dream debut.

Despite many players going beyond there call of duty, Many players are not doing their part. Only one forward (Jeff Garlett) scored over 80. And in the defense, 1 player (Sam Docherty, 91) scored over 60. Co-Coach, Nrich102 said that it was a poor performance from some of the boys, and there will have to be some tough decisions made at the selection table.

The Swansea Breakers are playing the undefeated Newcastle Falcons this week end.
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« Reply #19 on: May 02, 2013, 10:48:13 am »

Round 5 review


The Swansea Breakers have lost to the undefeated Newcastle Falcons. The Breakers had Eddie Betts and star recruit, Sam Docherty named as subs, and mediocre scores from Nathan Wright, Adam Goodes and Max Gawn.

Co-Coach nrich102 said that it was a poor effort from the boys, and he'll be looking for improvement.

In the reserves, Matt de Boer proved he could make a comeback and  Rory Thompson is pushing to make his BXV debut.

Final Score: Newcastle Falcons 26.13.179 defeated Swansea Breakers 20.15.165

The Swansea Breakers are playing the Staines Steins at Swalec Stadium.
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« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2013, 05:52:16 am »

Get behind the breakers as we play the Steins as a loss will see us drop out of the eight whereas a win may see us back in the top 4.
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« Reply #21 on: May 10, 2013, 05:39:58 am »

Round 6 Review

The Swansea Breakers have defeated the Staines Steins 158 to 141. The defence was sloppy, and that will most probably be shown at training.  Mitch Golby led the way in defence, with 92 points, while Rory Thompson limited Josh Jenkins impact on the game. Captain Dane Swan and Leigh Montagna lead the way in the midfield, and Jeff Garlett enjoyed his run of form, scoring 113.

Dane Swan spoke to the media after and said that almost everyone in the team had one of there best games this year. He went on to say that anything less than a top 8 finish wouldn't be good enough.

Final Score:Swansea Breakers 24.14.158 defeated Staines Steins 21.15.141
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« Reply #22 on: May 25, 2013, 06:53:07 am »

Round 8 Review


The Swansea Breakers have defeated the Bradford Badgers 182 to 156. The Breakers are now in the lead for the Twer award, after scoring 182. Leigh Montagna was best on ground, with his 161. Matthew De Boer, Nic Naitanui and Adam Goodes all had there best games this year.

Co Coach Nrich102 said that it was a great team effort, with no one carrying the team on there back.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 28.14,182 defeated Bradford Badgers 23.18.156
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« Reply #23 on: June 08, 2013, 07:38:55 am »

Round 9 Review



Club Captain, Adam Goodes has led the Swansea Brerakers to victory against the Oxford Owls, despite being racially abused by a young girl. Goodes topped scored 183. Dane Swan, Matthew De Boer, Leigh Montagna and Nic Naitanui also all had impressive games, However, there were many sub par performances.

Co-Coach Ringo said that it was a sub par performance, and we only just did enough to escape with the win, with many low scores.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 25.18.168 defeated Oxford Owls 24.11.155
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« Reply #24 on: June 09, 2013, 03:08:29 pm »

Round 10 Review


In the upset of the round, the Swansea Breakers have been defeated by the Bilston Bunnies. Brent Moloney went down injured, and Sam Docherty was sub. Captain Dane Swan was best on ground and Steele Sidebottom and Jeff Garlett were also good. There wasn't much other than that.

Co Coach nrich102 said that it was a really poor game by the players and that they will need to improve for next week.

Final Score: Bilston Bunnies 24.16.160 defeated Swansea Breakers 23.17.155
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« Reply #25 on: June 10, 2013, 06:13:02 am »

Mid Season Trade Review


Trade 1
Swansea Gives: Sam Gibson and pick 34 (Picked Spencer White with it then traded him to Jackson Thurlow)
Swansea Receives: Josh J Kennedy and Aaron Cornelius

Verdict: I don't think we won or lost this trade. JJK has been really good in our forward line, and with Betts always suspended, He has just about been our savior. Sam Gibson would have been a helpful emergency, but I think that JJK is nore important in our team. Voss is an idiot, so Cornelius has not been playing.

Trade 2
Swansea Gives:  Motlop, Nat Pick 3 (Jimmy Toumpas), Nat Pick 70 (Josh Prudden), S Reid(GWS) and J. Wilkinson
Swansea Receives: Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Nat Pick 33 (Nathan Wright), Nat Pick 36 (J Stewart) and Nat Pick 40 (Clay Cameron)

Verdict: I think we lost this trade. Motlop is averaging 96, and Betts has been terrible this year. I think that the rest of the trade is about equal though.

Trade 3
Swansea Gives: Kieran Jack, Ryan O'Keefe and Josh Jenkins
Swansea Receives: Dane Swan, Lewis Jetta and Claye Beams

Verdict: We lost this trade. Jack has been smashing it this year. O'Keefe has also been good. Claye Beams is out for the season, but will be good in the future. Lewis Jetta has been terrible this year, but we traded him out again ;)

Trade 4
Swansea Gives: Danyle Pearce and Rhys O'Keeffe
Swansea Receives: Leroy Jetta and Sam Docherty

Verdict: Loss for us. Pearce would have been a great back for us this year. O'Keeffe is a spud, and hasn't played yet. Jetta has not played yet, and Docherty has played a couple of games, but has worn the vest most times (Stupid Voss)

Trade 5
Swansea Gives: Aaron Sipposs
Swansea Receives: Max Gawn

Verdict: Even trade. They have both been averaging about the same, both terrible. Gawn has done what he had to do for us though.

Trade 6
Swansea Gives: Lewis Jetta
Swansea Receives: Adam Cooney

Verdict: Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes. Massive win for us. Lewis Jetta has been potato farming all year, and Adam Cooney will probably be top 5 in our B&F.


Overall  Verdict: We lost a couple of trades, but overall we won. We have made a top 4 side, and we should win the premiership.
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« Reply #26 on: June 10, 2013, 11:01:15 am »

Nice summary Richy and agree with overall summary.

Regarding Trade 3 it gave us a permanent Captain in Swan which were lacking. Would have been tossing up over a few players each week. Agree Jack has taken his game to the next level and that would lean the balance against trade.

We have some good depth now as well and with right trades will continue to be a force.
 
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« Reply #27 on: June 20, 2013, 03:15:17 pm »

Round 11 Review


Despite Josh Kennedy being a late out and many below par performances, the Swansea Breakers have defeated the Manchester Magic 159 to 148. Best on ground, Dane Swan, Leigh Montagna, Adam Cooney, Nic Naitanui and Steele Sidebottom all stared in the middle and Mitch Golby stared of Half Back. Daniel Rich was good in his return from injury.

Co Coach, Nrich102 said that it was a very poor game, and that luck was on there side.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 24.15.159 defeated Manchester Magic 22.16.148
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« Reply #28 on: July 26, 2013, 04:02:42 pm »

Round 12 Review

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The Swansea Breakers have lost to the Winchester Werewolves in a poor display at the The Rose Bowl. Captain Dane Swan had a quietish game by his standards and Eddie Betts and Jeff Garlett had only 86 points scored between them. Daniel Rich, Brent Moloney and Josh Kennedy were the only real stand outs for the Breakers, while Captain Matt Priddis, Bryce Gibbs, Jake Melksham, Luke Ball and Jarryd Roughead all starred for the Werewolves.

The words that came out of nrich's mouth are not able to be reported here, but Vice Captain, Steele Sidebottom said that it was a really poor performance from everyone.

Final Score: Winchester Werewolves 28.16.184 defeated Swansea Breakers 22.14.146
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« Reply #29 on: July 26, 2013, 04:29:13 pm »

Round 13 Review

The Swansea Breakers have smashed the Crosby Cruisers 179 to 129 at Swalec Stadium. It all went the Breakers way, with Nic Naitanui and Max Gawn both dominating a ruckless Crosby side. Captain Dane Swan chipped in with his 446, with Leigh Montagna and Adam Cooney both helping out in the middle.

Coach nrich102 was very impressed with the effort, saying that it was a good turnaround from the past 2 weeks.

Final Score: Swansea Breakers 27.17.179 defeated Crosby Cruisers19.15.129
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