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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Look Good In Leather » Fri Sep 19, 2014 10:21 am

U/14 - Reynella
U/16 - Morphett Vale
U/18 - Brighton Districts and Old Scholars
B-Grade - Flagstaff Hill
A-Grade - Reynella
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Moe » Fri Sep 19, 2014 11:27 am

Dutchy wrote:Simply pick the 5 winners and you will get sent a new SAFooty stubbie holder, all set for a hot summer.

U14 Reynella v Happy Valley
U16 Brighton Bombers v Morphett Vale
U18 Happy Valley v Brighton Bombers
B Grade Flagstaff Hill v Happy Valley
A Grade Noarlunga v Reynella


Good Luck!

I need another stubbie holder, so I will have a crack:

U/14 Reynella 16 points
U/16 Morphett Vale 2 points
U/18 Valleys 10 points
B Grade Flaggy 7 points
A Grade Shoes 1 point

Can I have 2 stubbie holders if my margins are right? 1 for each hand.
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Blaze of Glory » Fri Sep 19, 2014 11:36 am

U/14 - Reynella
U/16 - Morphett Vale
U/18 - Brighton
B grade - Flaggies
A Grade - Reynella
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby MZ » Fri Sep 19, 2014 11:44 am

Mister Footy says:
Get a kick from people's picks - especially those that select Brighton in 18s. Played them once this year with far from our strongest side and beat them by 45 points. You guys all convinced Brighton's college kids back in the side make that much of a difference? Well DTH if you get up in the 18s it will be a huge upset

My picks
14s Valley in a tight contest
16s Emus tough game style will win the day
18s Valleys easy
Bs Valleys in a tight contest
As Shoes by a couple of goals


MF - You have become quite famous amongst the BDOS 18s. Your post has been reposted on their Facebook page and has now been seen by all coaches and players.

Hope the club won't hold you responsible when the BDOS boys win..........
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Mister Footy » Fri Sep 19, 2014 12:19 pm

MZ wrote:Mister Footy says:
Get a kick from people's picks - especially those that select Brighton in 18s. Played them once this year with far from our strongest side and beat them by 45 points. You guys all convinced Brighton's college kids back in the side make that much of a difference? Well DTH if you get up in the 18s it will be a huge upset

My picks
14s Valley in a tight contest
16s Emus tough game style will win the day
18s Valleys easy
Bs Valleys in a tight contest
As Shoes by a couple of goals


MF - You have become quite famous amongst the BDOS 18s. Your post has been reposted on their Facebook page and has now been seen by all coaches and players.

Hope the club won't hold you responsible when the BDOS boys win..........


Ah MZ I am sure every coach is using every trick available. That would be like JC showing the lads how many people have tipped against them on this forum however I am sure he is choosing to focus on the game.

Expect Curyer to be heavily tagged but that just leaves more running options open. And if BDOS do get up then they have beaten the best team all year and deserve the premiership. Cant see it happening though - too much talent in this team and I reckon they will want to show any doubters why they havent lost a game.

If I have become famous does it come with a free pass into the ground and my own car park? Bring on the footy :D
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby spot on » Fri Sep 19, 2014 12:26 pm

Dutchy wrote:Simply pick the 5 winners and you will get sent a new SAFooty stubbie holder, all set for a hot summer.

U14 Reynella v Happy Valley
U16 Brighton Bombers v Morphett Vale
U18 Happy Valley v Brighton Bombers
B Grade Flagstaff Hill v Happy Valley
A Grade Noarlunga v Reynella


Good Luck!

14 - Reynella
16 - Morphett Vale
18 - Happy Valley
B - Happy Valley
A - Noarlunga
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby mrp2626 » Fri Sep 19, 2014 3:03 pm

u14 - Reynella in a close one
u16 - BDOS, a very talented side... will be down to the wire.
u18 - Close until 3/4 time, the BDOS to pile them on.
B's - Flagstaff Hill (B2B) Some real quality players in there.
A's - Shoes by 5 goals, a really quick ,fit outfit that one.
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Front & Centre » Fri Sep 19, 2014 3:12 pm

MZ wrote:Mister Footy says:
Get a kick from people's picks - especially those that select Brighton in 18s. Played them once this year with far from our strongest side and beat them by 45 points. You guys all convinced Brighton's college kids back in the side make that much of a difference? Well DTH if you get up in the 18s it will be a huge upset

My picks
14s Valley in a tight contest
16s Emus tough game style will win the day
18s Valleys easy
Bs Valleys in a tight contest
As Shoes by a couple of goals


MF - You have become quite famous amongst the BDOS 18s. Your post has been reposted on their Facebook page and has now been seen by all coaches and players.

Hope the club won't hold you responsible when the BDOS boys win..........


Interesting coaching technique there MZ - if I was the Brighton coach I would trying everything and anything also.
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby vics01 » Fri Sep 19, 2014 10:59 pm

A Grade Noarlunga (Swans) Shoes

supported by the Afl oops sorry SFL
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Off The Wall » Fri Sep 19, 2014 11:58 pm

U14 Reynella
U16 Morphett Vale
U18 Happy Valley
B Grade Happy Valley
A Grade Noarlunga
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Sat Sep 20, 2014 12:04 am

Dutchy wrote:Simply pick the 5 winners and you will get sent a new SAFooty stubbie holder, all set for a hot summer.

U14 Reynella v Happy Valley
U16 Brighton Bombers v Morphett Vale
U18 Happy Valley v Brighton Bombers
B Grade Flagstaff Hill v Happy Valley
A Grade Noarlunga v Reynella


Good Luck!


Reynella by 9
Brighton by 21
Valleys by 7
Flaggies by 11 :D
Noarlunga by 32

Looking forward to a passionate Flaggies & Valleys final
With Flagstaff finally enjoying a Seniors win when it counts .. September
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Pommy Git » Sat Sep 20, 2014 4:03 am

Reynella
Morphett Vale
Happy Valley
Flagstaff Hill
Reynella
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Boof » Sat Sep 20, 2014 8:05 am

U14 - Reynella
U16 - M-Vale
U18 - Brighton
B - Grade - Flaggies
A - Grade - Reynella
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Wedgie » Sat Sep 20, 2014 11:16 am

Reynella won the 14s.
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Look Good In Leather » Sat Sep 20, 2014 12:24 pm

Morphett Vale won the U/16s
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Look Good In Leather » Sat Sep 20, 2014 1:34 pm

Sacred Heart Bombers in a massive upset in the U/18s. HV first loss for the year
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Down the Hill » Sat Sep 20, 2014 2:48 pm

Mister Footy wrote:Get a kick from people's picks - especially those that select Brighton in 18s. Played them once this year with far from our strongest side and beat them by 45 points. You guys all convinced Brighton's college kids back in the side make that much of a difference? Well DTH if you get up in the 18s it will be a huge upset

My picks
14s Valley in a tight contest
16s Emus tough game style will win the day
18s Valleys easy
Bs Valleys in a tight contest
As Shoes by a couple of goals


The only upset Mr Footy was the final margin of 9 pts. I expected our lads to win more comfortably and that is how it looked at half-time but credit to the Vikings boys for their gutsy 2nd half. And please don't blame the umpires like some of the players did after the game because I thought the umps were very technical and over-umpired but it was the same for both teams.
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby vics01 » Sat Sep 20, 2014 3:01 pm

LGIL
Sacred Heart Bombers in a massive upset in the U/18s. HV first loss for the year


Please don't give SHC credit for anything.. Bombers also had a few back from the Bay..
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Dutchy » Sat Sep 20, 2014 7:21 pm

Super Fred wrote:U14 - Reynella
U16 - Morphett Vale
U18 - Brighton Bombers
B Grade - Happy Valley
A Grade - Noarlunga


From a quick scan our only winner! Well done, PM me your address...cheers
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Re: 2014 SFL Grand Finals Competition - Win a Stubbie Holder

Postby Mister Footy » Sun Sep 21, 2014 10:44 am

Down the Hill wrote:
Mister Footy wrote:Get a kick from people's picks - especially those that select Brighton in 18s. Played them once this year with far from our strongest side and beat them by 45 points. You guys all convinced Brighton's college kids back in the side make that much of a difference? Well DTH if you get up in the 18s it will be a huge upset

My picks
14s Valley in a tight contest
16s Emus tough game style will win the day
18s Valleys easy
Bs Valleys in a tight contest
As Shoes by a couple of goals


The only upset Mr Footy was the final margin of 9 pts. I expected our lads to win more comfortably and that is how it looked at half-time but credit to the Vikings boys for their gutsy 2nd half. And please don't blame the umpires like some of the players did after the game because I thought the umps were very technical and over-umpired but it was the same for both teams.


Well done to the Brighton lads - they were impressive. HV boys looked like they just expected it to happen in the first half and if they had replicated their 3rd quarter effort in the last the result may have been different. Just goes to show how hard it is to go through a season undefeated.

There were some crap umpiring decisions but this didnt affect the outcome of the game and HV players should have spent more time focussing on ball than appealing to the umpires.Disappointing the undisciplined actions of some HV players and some BDOS officials after the game - know anything about this DTH?
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