Some of the bigger scorers in this week’s edition of Tech Leagues would be in the upper echelons of the normal leagues. R & J Bombers unbelievably had 19 on the park and only dropped Mitch Duncan’s 10 to finish with 1774 to ensure a rapid climb up the ranks.
Not that far behind on 1762 was the Wiley Father D’s AFLW team, All Nuns, which will ensure a climb up from ninth.
Rounding out the top five were Mutley Tech (1629); Hello There (1609) for what I believe is a first mention in the weekly dispatches. Coach “General” (is that you Sal)? planned well for this week. Equal fifth on 1590 were the ever consistent 2Ezy@sct and Cam’s Mrs 34. Well played in a severely tough round where 776 points played out at the bottom rung of this week’s ladder, in a potential sign of “lost Interest” v “Fixed Interest” for the rest of the season.
Grace’s League leader Ninius dropped a few hundred points to the top end of teams to fall four spots, but I’m sure Kirstie will help out with some extra coaching duties this week. After a rapid climb towards the top lately, The Phil Gilbert AllStars dropped a couple of hundred points in what wasn’t a set back. Pending available trades, Barrie may hang on to second possie.
R & J Bombers and All Nuns leapt into the top five, can they stay there?
How many trades do we have left after the horror of the bye rounds? Do you think your team can maintain its place on the ladder? Chuck in some comments and share your views.
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