2013 Byes

Punters Club – Motts

by Motts on October 2, 2014

First bet: $10 EW at BT + 5% on Bob’s horse Lord Barrington in the next at Bendigo (R7). Yes, this is the one we won a lot of money on in PC3.



FPL GW6 Wash-Up

by MJ on October 1, 2014

SCT Manager of the Round: Deano, We’reflyinghigh: 63 points
SCT League Leader: Adam Brady, Awkward Science: 15th overall

Adam Brady climbs the overall standings again with a better than average round. He’s now just 16 points off 1st place! We’re all cheering for you Adam!

Speroni (£5.0m) claims another clean sheet, this time against a Leicester side who put five past Man United the previous week. His efforts this week take him to #1 goalkeeper for the season. Cheaper options Mannone (£4.5m) and Foster (£4.5m) were also able to concede no goals this week.

There were plenty of big scorers in defence this week. Dawson (£4.5m), Dann (£4.9m) and Azpilicueta (£6.0m) all found attacking returns along with their clean sheets, while Jagielka (£5.4m) scored a match-saving goal that not many will forget in a hurry. Bertrand’s (£5.2m) goal takes him to 34 points for the season and looks to be a very good acquisition with his next three home games against Sunderland, Stoke and Leicester.

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SC Finals Completed – How Did You Fare?

by MJ on September 29, 2014

That’s it, all forms of the SuperCoach game are officially over until 2015. It comes as no surprise that we had some exceptional performers in the SCT League. John’s team, The Mob reigned supreme, taking out first place in the group and landing 12th on the overall table. Not only this, but The Mob also finished 112th overall in the regular SuperCoach season. Fantastic effort, John!

Alex’s Pipe Dream and Koray’s Bearded Burblers also achieved places in the top 100 overall for SC Finals at 45th and 64th respectively.

Take a look at the top 10 below:

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by MJ on September 27, 2014

Today’s Grand Final result was a tough one to foresee, with the margin eclipsing ten goals to the underdogs. Yesterday, we asked for Your Call on the Winner, Margin, First Goalscorer and Norm Smith.

PA was spot on with all four criteria, but was clearly subject to a cheeky edit post-game. Andy B correctly tipped the Hawks and Luke Hodge as the Norm Smith.

Delving back to March we ran a few posts regarding season predictions. In The Crystal Ball, Jeffrey the Great lived up to his name, correctly calling Hawthorn to be 2014 Premiers, Hodge to be Best on Ground and St. Kilda to take out the Wooden Spoon. Hawkaz also managed the same feat. Well called lads! No one was able to correctly guess Priddis as the Brownlow Medalist and PA was the only one to successfully call Buddy as the Coleman.


Game Chat – The GF

by Motts on September 27, 2014

Its a stunning day in Melbourne, the two best teams all year are playing, and the anticipation is tremendous. By the beard of Zeus I’m excited!

Good luck if you’re in any sweeps or have any bets on first goalkicker, Norm Smith etc.

Go Bloods!