Round 16 Results

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Covers
wrote on 16-Jul-22 16:57

Wph v saints

Res 11-0

First 5-1

Horse
wrote on 16-Jul-22 17:28

STA v WRR 

 

Res 

5-0

 

1sts 

1-0

 

That's a six point shut out for those playing along at home. 

1 goal
wrote on 16-Jul-22 17:39

That means there's 1 goal between first and second now

 

Nice pen horse 

Horsing around
wrote on 16-Jul-22 17:40

Good work Horse & co. the invicible WRR are not so invicible 

Dragon den
wrote on 16-Jul-22 18:42

Normo v Dragons
RES 2-1 to Dragons

firsts 3-1 to Dragons 

Kenthurst Keith
wrote on 16-Jul-22 19:25

Covers wrote:
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>Wph v saints

>Res 11-0

>First 5-1


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What was the score of the ressies game at half time?

Keithos
wrote on 16-Jul-22 20:02

3-0 at halftime 

No depth
wrote on 16-Jul-22 20:20

Keithos wrote:
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>3-0 at halftime 


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They needed to save all their first graders playing ressies for the next game

Ranger Danger
wrote on 17-Jul-22 09:16

Rangers both grades

3-0

Its Coming Home
wrote on 17-Jul-22 10:35

Lets be real Horse, that the luckiest 6 point shut out I have ever seen. Created more chances in both games. Hope you guys bought a lottery ticket after that.  

Cough cough… choke
wrote on 17-Jul-22 11:26

Its Coming Home wrote:
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>Lets be real Horse, that the luckiest 6 point shut out I have ever seen. Created more chances in both games. Hope you guys bought a lottery ticket after that.  


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haha as someone who wasn't there, all I see is 0 against wrr and goals for sta. That's all that matters but hey reflect all you want, reflect on that lol

Done nothing
wrote on 17-Jul-22 12:01

Its Coming Home wrote:
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>Lets be real Horse, that the luckiest 6 point shut out I have ever seen. Created more chances in both games. Hope you guys bought a lottery ticket after that.  


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Sounds like WRR vs WPH... result is all that counts, and you've had a shit one

"lucky"
wrote on 17-Jul-22 12:53

Its Coming Home wrote:
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>Lets be real Horse, that the luckiest 6 point shut out I have ever seen. Created more chances in both games. Hope you guys bought a lottery ticket after that.  


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If you want to talk about lucky go back to your win against WPH, they created enough chances to put 10+ past you blokes including hitting the posts 4 times and on top of that you were guys were awarded a soft penalty lol. 

 

Mac Dragons a better outfit than WRR tbh

No one
wrote on 17-Jul-22 12:53

Ranger Danger wrote:
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>Rangers both grades

>3-0


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Ressies was 2-1 Tigers 

1st- 3-0 Tigers 

Lucky
wrote on 17-Jul-22 15:18

WPH are definitely the best team in the league and west Ryde have had a lucky year like dragons last year. I can't work out how they've got so many points for an average team. Dragons are not worth the hype but are definitely a better squad and play better football. If luck and injuries plays no part then WPH walk it in and west Ryde hardly make the four. Good luck to them though, make the most of it when jt goes your way. 

Injuries galore
wrote on 17-Jul-22 15:28

West Ryde and West Penno have had a great ride this season because their injury list have not been extensive like most other sides.

 

During large parts of this season Penno, Saints, Epping Eastwood, Eastwood, Dragons and Normanhurst have had more than 5-8 players out per game if not more and it's telling. 

 

Hence why the midtable is all over the place. 

 

West Penno had it unlucky last season with the injury toll and now majority of sides are feeling that same pain this season. It's funny though how NERDS have kept the same crop of players and yet playing utter shite...

Cry babies
wrote on 17-Jul-22 17:17

Injuries galore wrote:
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>West Ryde and West Penno have had a great ride this season because their injury list have not been extensive like most other sides.

>During large parts of this season Penno, Saints, Epping Eastwood, Eastwood, Dragons and Normanhurst have had more than 5-8 players out per game if not more and it's telling. 

>Hence why the midtable is all over the place. 

>West Penno had it unlucky last season with the injury toll and now majority of sides are feeling that same pain this season. It's funny though how NERDS have kept the same crop of players and yet playing utter shite...


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So many excuses

Maybe select a bigger squad then you plebs

One of the main reasons kenthurst were so strong for so long is because they had a 40 man squad

They could have 10 players out and still have almost 2 full squads

Pennant Hills FC Guy
wrote on 17-Jul-22 17:34

Res 3-3

Firsts 3-1 Penno 

Tables
wrote on 17-Jul-22 18:13

Admin can you update tables pls

Golden Boot
wrote on 17-Jul-22 18:17

Update Golden Boot too while you're at it 

Get with the times
wrote on 17-Jul-22 18:45

Tables wrote:
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>Admin can you update tables pls


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Tables are updated on dribl already

Own goal
wrote on 18-Jul-22 08:13

Horse wrote:
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>STA v WRR 

>Res 

>5-0

>1sts 

>1-0

>That's a six point shut out for those playing along at home. 


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Is it really a shut out if we scored?

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