SCTalk Leagues 1 & 2 – R10 Update

Written by Duck on May 31 2010

Well will still here and we’ve asked the powers to be to let us continue on without breaching their copyright ….. while we wait to hear back it’s business as usual!

Here’s this weeks wrap from the leagues we have running.

It doesn’t get much closer than the run between Jamie and Henry with only the smallest or percentages separating them.

Hashim has the jump by 1 clear game in SCTalk but anything can happen as a lot of us found out last week with 0’s all over the place.

How’s business in the LOEC and girls comps Motts?

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  1. Well Duck, I’m glad you asked.

    To borrow from the club song: we’re a happy league at LoEC. Our average score per round is 2142 which places us 79th on the site. Humming along I think you’ll admit. The chief reason for that is Stevo who, with his team Jetz, is placed 624th out of almost 375,000 teams. Wow! With an average of 2250 a week he hasn’t lost yet and sits atop the ladder 2 games clear of Bobcat, Matt & Daniel.

    Four coaches are still beneath a 2100 average. I don’t want to mention any names but tappy, Grimmo, Brett and Darren, you fellas know who you are.

    Personally I had a reasonable round. Wins in 3 leagues including a 200 point thumping of Brad’s Sneaky Russians who found himself carrying too many passengers. My average is now 2161 and I’m in the Top 8 but only just.

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  2. Congratulations everyone on your wins or near wins this week. Our average score is 2067 and our leagues ranking is 917 of 32148. Go girls

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  3. In the LOSC(League Of Serious Coaches), we are sitting at 181, with a league average of 2,117, Joe leads the way(AVE-2219.10/ 6 wins/ 2,403 scored this week) followed by Adam(2170.30/2,232), Tim(2132.50/1,867) and Michael(2125.40/2,090) all on 5 wins

    I personally have won two games in a row and am clawing my way back into finals contention (2087.80/1,993/ 2 wins)

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SCTalk Leagues 1 & 2 – R10 Update

Written by Motts on

Well will still here and we’ve asked the powers to be to let us continue on without breaching their copyright ….. while we wait to hear back it’s business as usual!

Here’s this weeks wrap from the leagues we have running.

It doesn’t get much closer than the run between Jamie and Henry with only the smallest or percentages separating them.

Hashim has the jump by 1 clear game in SCTalk but anything can happen as a lot of us found out last week with 0’s all over the place.

How’s business in the LOEC and girls comps Motts?

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27 thoughts on “SCTalk Leagues 1 & 2 – R10 Update”

  1. Well Duck, I’m glad you asked.

    To borrow from the club song: we’re a happy league at LoEC. Our average score per round is 2142 which places us 79th on the site. Humming along I think you’ll admit. The chief reason for that is Stevo who, with his team Jetz, is placed 624th out of almost 375,000 teams. Wow! With an average of 2250 a week he hasn’t lost yet and sits atop the ladder 2 games clear of Bobcat, Matt & Daniel.

    Four coaches are still beneath a 2100 average. I don’t want to mention any names but tappy, Grimmo, Brett and Darren, you fellas know who you are.

    Personally I had a reasonable round. Wins in 3 leagues including a 200 point thumping of Brad’s Sneaky Russians who found himself carrying too many passengers. My average is now 2161 and I’m in the Top 8 but only just.

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    1. motts, my ave is 2200 just a bit better, the question is do u consider yourself, and should i consider myself to be still in the running for the overall when the leaders have current averages around 2350

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        1. Well my 2179.90 average puts me inbetween you both & makes it three playing for the weekly prize, the 3 leagues & the love of the game!!

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          1. Just out of curiosity, in DT, I am 2,113th. 1,125 behind 1st and wonder if it is also a bridge too far??

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    2. I have surprised myself with the current ranking, hoping to remain inside the 1000 by seasons end, a lot of football still to be played though…
      I must give a shout out to all the contributors here at SCT, especially pre season as it was of great benefit to the my initial team to start of with, helps having that sounding board when making the big decisions!

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  2. Congratulations everyone on your wins or near wins this week. Our average score is 2067 and our leagues ranking is 917 of 32148. Go girls

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  3. In the LOSC(League Of Serious Coaches), we are sitting at 181, with a league average of 2,117, Joe leads the way(AVE-2219.10/ 6 wins/ 2,403 scored this week) followed by Adam(2170.30/2,232), Tim(2132.50/1,867) and Michael(2125.40/2,090) all on 5 wins

    I personally have won two games in a row and am clawing my way back into finals contention (2087.80/1,993/ 2 wins)

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    1. 4s with your team of unfashionables im sure the opposition coaches dont like playing u and hope like hell a couple of your wildcards dont pull something out, have u got KB on the radar yet?

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          1. NORTH Melbourne vice-captain Drew Petrie is set to miss up to six weeks with another foot fracture.

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          2. just saw PA i think the good opion would be to keep him and play Jaensch if he plays or bring tippet in as a bench ruck and sub them around

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    1. Phil Davis ($248,700) has played the last 7 games for the Crows, scored 88 on the weekend, averages 58 and has a BE of 16.

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    1. Goodes for me as ROK is playing like the prima-dona of ’08 before they tried to trade him. Goodes at least has entrenched pride in individual and team outcomes whereas ROK is playing like he’s marking time eg: he is being outplayed and Roos is promoting Huckleberry Finn to the midfield role he used to play.

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