Round 15 Results

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Meadowbank Mattress
wrote on 09-Jul-22 15:41

WRR v WPH

1st 2-0

Hope the WPH player who got injured late on is ok

Eating words
wrote on 09-Jul-22 16:11

@north Epping coach

 

That post game speech you gave probably seems pretty silly now aye

Penno
wrote on 09-Jul-22 17:19

PENNO 3 - 1 NERDS

Horse
wrote on 09-Jul-22 17:28

MAC v STA 

1-2

Jack Currie
wrote on 09-Jul-22 18:15

Lost to a bunch of ressies... unlucky nerds

Tiger Town
wrote on 09-Jul-22 18:45

Tigers 1

Normo 0

 

Hawks
wrote on 10-Jul-22 06:25

Hawks 4 

Ryde Saints 0

Kane?
wrote on 11-Jul-22 08:48

Meadowbank Mattress wrote:
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>WRR v WPH

>1st 2-0

>Hope the WPH player who got injured late on is ok


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2 back to back losses what's happening at wph? 

Monty
wrote on 11-Jul-22 19:12

And WPH didn't mention in there match report 
Kane missed a penalty 

THE ROCK
wrote on 11-Jul-22 23:08

Cmon Mont, give us a match report...

2nd
wrote on 11-Jul-22 23:16

Kane? wrote:
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>Meadowbank Mattress wrote:
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>>WRR v WPH

>>1st 2-0

>>Hope the WPH player who got injured late on is ok

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>2 back to back losses what's happening at wph? 


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Kane hasn't scored in weeks

Lost his spot as the leagues top scorer too

WRR
wrote on 12-Jul-22 10:48

Haven't played normo yet but watching them on Saturday I can say they are garbage.

excuses
wrote on 12-Jul-22 13:46

i love how when rovers were up there after the first 4 or 5 rounds everyone said oh theyve only played the easy teams theyll be in the bottom half at the end of the round.

the after the first round they were still up there and everyone still said they were lucky/couldnt keep it up

now with 5 games to go the only excuse is that they havnt played 5th place normo yet. a team with a horrible ressies and therefore no squad depth which is only going to get worse as the season goes on.

 

i guess its the same as last year with everyone picking on the dragons for winning a shortened season that they had no control over(even though it was obvious that they were starting to slip after a great start).

Talk it up
wrote on 12-Jul-22 17:24

We all know that WRR were the ones coming in here and talking themselves down to take the spot light off themselves.

 

Well it worked, now you just have to make sure you collect more than WPH over the next 5 games to win the comp.

I don't know if you can do it, but if you do you will be deserved champions.

Kane?
wrote on 12-Jul-22 23:29

Meadowbank Mattress wrote:
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>WRR v WPH

>1st 2-0

>Hope the WPH player who got injured late on is ok


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2 back to back losses what's happening at wph? 

QnA
wrote on 13-Jul-22 08:33

Rumours are WRR took him and locked him in the change room so they stood a chance.

kenthurst keith
wrote on 13-Jul-22 09:38

your all a bunch of walking pie ovens come down to eric mobbes this saturday bring your pens and notepads write down how to play football youll learn a thing or too the bush boys are still number 1

Now or never
wrote on 13-Jul-22 11:10

WRR is one of the biggest clubs in the comp but never won PL in 45 yrs - never even got close. It's now or never

Normo
wrote on 13-Jul-22 13:20

NEVER.......

Nostradamus
wrote on 13-Jul-22 13:36

Calling it now. WRR will win the premiership by 6 points at least. Too clinical and things have just clicked this season for them and they're playing some good football, don't see WPH keeping up and closing the gap with the lull in results recently. 
with  STA, Normo x 2, Dragons and Hawks to go I can't see them losing any of those games and maybe dropping 2 points with a draw along the line. 
As opposed to WPH who have RSU, EEW, Penno x 2 and dragons to finish I can't see them gaining the ground. 

45 years is a long time to wait so let's see if they have what it takes to break the drought!

Huh?
wrote on 13-Jul-22 13:41

Nostradamus wrote:
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>Calling it now. WRR will win the premiership by 6 points at least. Too clinical and things have just clicked this season for them and they're playing some good football, don't see WPH keeping up and closing the gap with the lull in results recently. 
with  STA, Normo x 2, Dragons and Hawks to go I can't see them losing any of those games and maybe dropping 2 points with a draw along the line. 
As opposed to WPH who have RSU, EEW, Penno x 2 and dragons to finish I can't see them gaining the ground. 

>45 years is a long time to wait so let's see if they have what it takes to break the drought!


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WPH clearly have an easier draw than WRR. Normo x2 is harder than Penno x2, both play dragons, then STA & Hawks is harder than RSU (bottom) and EEW. 

 

Not saying they'll catch WRR, but you've got the draw analysis all wrong. 

Nostradamus
wrote on 13-Jul-22 14:10

The focus of my comment was more around "WRR won't drop points" as opposed to "WRR have an easier run home"

The Real Nostradamus
wrote on 14-Jul-22 08:24

Nostradamus wrote:
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>The focus of my comment was more around "WRR won't drop points" as opposed to "WRR have an easier run home"


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The real Nostradamus would not explain himself

another point to think about
wrote on 14-Jul-22 15:26

Huh? wrote:
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>Nostradamus wrote:
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>>Calling it now. WRR will win the premiership by 6 points at least. Too clinical and things have just clicked this season for them and they're playing some good football, don't see WPH keeping up and closing the gap with the lull in results recently. 
with  STA, Normo x 2, Dragons and Hawks to go I can't see them losing any of those games and maybe dropping 2 points with a draw along the line. 
As opposed to WPH who have RSU, EEW, Penno x 2 and dragons to finish I can't see them gaining the ground. 

>>45 years is a long time to wait so let's see if they have what it takes to break the drought!

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>WPH clearly have an easier draw than WRR. Normo x2 is harder than Penno x2, both play dragons, then STA & Hawks is harder than RSU (bottom) and EEW. 

>Not saying they'll catch WRR, but you've got the draw analysis all wrong. 


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youre not taking into account teams battling to avoid relegation

penno and rsu are going to be going all out to scrape together points these last few rounds

The future
wrote on 15-Jul-22 07:12

It really depends on where they are playing.

 

Sta at Eastwood is a task and a half!

Boronia is a tough place to get points, so is Harris road.

 

it would be good to see rovers win, but I can't see it happening.

 

one slip up and if Kane fires for wph then their goal difference will be completely the reverses.

 

TT
wrote on 15-Jul-22 10:06

WRR will not slip up, too much on the line. Even if they do lose one it puts them level on points but rovers have been scoring goals for fun this season so even level on points they will have a much better GD. WPH haven't been in a position to chase a team down (apart from last season lol) in a while so not sure they'll have the goods this time around. Will be an interesting GF though, 2-2 aggregate after both legs so it's anyones guess on the day. 

Eh?
wrote on 15-Jul-22 10:22

Huh? wrote:
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>Nostradamus wrote:
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>>Calling it now. WRR will win the premiership by 6 points at least. Too clinical and things have just clicked this season for them and they're playing some good football, don't see WPH keeping up and closing the gap with the lull in results recently. 
with  STA, Normo x 2, Dragons and Hawks to go I can't see them losing any of those games and maybe dropping 2 points with a draw along the line. 
As opposed to WPH who have RSU, EEW, Penno x 2 and dragons to finish I can't see them gaining the ground. 

>>45 years is a long time to wait so let's see if they have what it takes to break the drought!

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>WPH clearly have an easier draw than WRR. Normo x2 is harder than Penno x2, both play dragons, then STA & Hawks is harder than RSU (bottom) and EEW. 

>Not saying they'll catch WRR, but you've got the draw analysis all wrong. 


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Don't forget that EEW and Penno have the best defensive record after rovers and west penno. They may not be pushing for the premiership or even finals for that matter but they know how to grind out a draw or a gritty 1-0 win. Enough to spoil any chance of a fight back. 

?
wrote on 15-Jul-22 15:10

West Penno don't play EEW...

Cross eyes
wrote on 15-Jul-22 16:00

Nostradamus can't even tell the difference between nerds and eew!

Pelican
wrote on 15-Jul-22 16:24

Nostradamus is an outright pelican 

Never
wrote on 16-Jul-22 18:18

Now or never wrote:
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>WRR is one of the biggest clubs in the comp but never won PL in 45 yrs - never even got close. It's now or never


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Yep. It's never. Officially confirmed today.

Ead
wrote on 16-Jul-22 18:36

Ead west ryde

 

celebrating like they won the Comp last week and got raped in both grades.:.

 

 

got to love a shutout hey Horsie!!!! 

Another one
wrote on 17-Jul-22 10:51

Where is Notradamus? What a cracking prediction - lasting a huge 48 hours. Congratulations, give us another!

Nostradamus
wrote on 23-Jul-22 06:53

Another one wrote:
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>Where is Notradamus? What a cracking prediction - lasting a huge 48 hours. Congratulations, give us another!


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Lots of time left, don't let your hubris blind you. WRR will dispose of the lowly Normo outfit thisafternoon and stretch the goal differential further while they're at it.

You'll be quoting my original post in a months time eating your own words!

Normo.
wrote on 23-Jul-22 10:27

DID SOMEBODY SAY EAD.

Oh no
wrote on 23-Jul-22 17:05

Nostradamus wrote:
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>Another one wrote:
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>>Where is Notradamus? What a cracking prediction - lasting a huge 48 hours. Congratulations, give us another!

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>Lots of time left, don't let your hubris blind you. WRR will dispose of the lowly Normo outfit thisafternoon and stretch the goal differential further while they're at it.

>You'll be quoting my original post in a months time eating your own words!


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This aged like chocolate milk

Back to reality
wrote on 23-Jul-22 19:27

TT wrote:
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>WRR will not slip up, too much on the line. Even if they do lose one it puts them level on points but rovers have been scoring goals for fun this season so even level on points they will have a much better GD. WPH haven't been in a position to chase a team down (apart from last season lol) in a while so not sure they'll have the goods this time around. Will be an interesting GF though, 2-2 aggregate after both legs so it's anyones guess on the day. 


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This aged well...

Truth be told
wrote on 24-Jul-22 08:53

Wrr are a one man team.

 

without him, they are a average super league team...

Curious?
wrote on 24-Jul-22 15:47

Truth be told wrote:
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>Wrr are a one man team.

>without him, they are a average super league team...


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Who is the one man?

Richy lad
wrote on 24-Jul-22 17:37

Curious? wrote:
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>Truth be told wrote:
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>>Wrr are a one man team.

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>>without him, they are a average super league team...

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>Who is the one man?


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He goes by the name Richarlison de Andrade, absolute beast of a player, scores goals for fun, is a work horse when pressing, has more swaz tekkaz than neymar and Ronaldinho put together, but best of all, he is the sexiest man you'll ever meet.

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