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Who will win the inaugural SCSUL premiership?

  • Goodie's Giants FC

    Votes: 4 57.1%
  • Jordan's Jets FC

    Votes: 3 42.9%

  • Total voters
    7
  • Poll closed .

Goodie's Guns

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Looks like you’re still the favourite mate! Think LWeller needs 105 for the Jets to win?
Yeah last term Whitfield beast mode, coupled with Himmelberg scoring alright actually half salvaged that ADE GWS game for me.
Would've been more comfortable had Walsh not gone bonkers. Still extremely worried. Won't be surprised at all if Weller gets the job done.
 
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Yeah last term Whitfield beast mode, coupled with Himmelberg scoring alright actually half salvaged that ADE GWS game for me.
Would've been more comfortable had Walsh not gone bonkers. Still extremely worried. Won't be surprised at all if Weller gets the job done.
Walsh has kept me in it. Weller only gone over 105 twice this season so not overly confident. Hopefully he comes through for me, definitely capable
 

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The remaining players will likely have to dish out a similar or better performance than last round due to team selections.

S Jacobs, R Stanley, A Witherden and M Hibberd with no cover in the respective positions means I will have 3 donuts this round with J McGovern also added to the injury list.
 

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The remaining players will likely have to dish out a similar or better performance than last round due to team selections.

S Jacobs, R Stanley, A Witherden and M Hibberd with no cover in the respective positions means I will have 3 donuts this round with J McGovern also added to the injury list.
Rotten luck mate.... (and also just my luck that Jacobs came in and out just to beat up on the Rangers haha).

Barring another super human performance from the rest of your side, looking probably like a showdown between the Jets and Giants in the GF....
 
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The remaining players will likely have to dish out a similar or better performance than last round due to team selections.

S Jacobs, R Stanley, A Witherden and M Hibberd with no cover in the respective positions means I will have 3 donuts this round with J McGovern also added to the injury list.
Bloody unlucky there. I’m still not yet celebrating yet though
 

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Some grave concerns at The Giants ahead of next weeks Grand Final, fearing Harry Himmelberg and Tim Taranto are going to be right in Leon Cameron's firing line, and leaving me in an awful place to field a full 22 after recent injuries.
 

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Update:
@Jordan's Jets = 15/1384
Still to come: J Dunkley, T Adams, S Walsh, J Crisp, L Weller, J Johannisen and J Elliott

@Connoisseur = 14/987
Still to come: L Neale (C), L Parker, O Florent, T McCartin, M Murphy, K Simpson, B McEvoy and B Ainsworth
Stuck on the bench= J Riewoldt= 94
On-field= J McGovern (59)+ M Hibberd (0) + A Witherden (0) + S Jacobs (0) + W Snelling (40) = 99
 

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Update:
@Jordan's Jets = 15/1384
Still to come: J Dunkley, T Adams, S Walsh, J Crisp, L Weller, J Johannisen and J Elliott

@Connoisseur = 14/987
Still to come: L Neale (C), L Parker, O Florent, T McCartin, M Murphy, K Simpson, B McEvoy and B Ainsworth
Congrats @Jordan's Jets on the victory and good luck to both yourself and @Goodie's Guns next round.

Now begins the crucial list management decisions for all clubs to make or start pondering. For Creme de la Creme we have the funds available from the Ablett salary dump to target a few out of contract players to compensate for the likely positional changes to key players.
 

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SCSUL Media are excited to announced that tomorrow night, Tuesday 15th September, will see the 2020 Rising Star Ceremony held. This will be a chance to celebrate and recognise some of the exceptional young talent in our league.

The 2020 Brownlow Medal Count and Bay Villas Resort SCS All-Ultimate Team will also be held in the coming days, ahead of the SCSUL |01 Grand Final.​
 

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Bellchambers Calls Time

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The Giants have farewelled ruckman Tom Bellchambers, after the 31-year-old announced his retirement from the SCSUL on Tuesday.

After one season and seven games with the orange and charcoal, Bellchambers has played his final game for The Giants.

The 31-year-old said he’ll forever cherish his time at the club.

“Today I announce my retirement from the game that I love. This club has been a huge part of my life for the last year. I can genuinely say I have enjoyed all the ups and downs that my career has thrown at me,” Bellchambers said.

“I’ve been lucky to live out my childhood dream and in doing so have created some amazing memories and friendships along the way that I will cherish forever.

“Physically, my body is telling my time is up and I go out knowing that I couldn’t have given any more to this great club.

“To my family, my partner and all the people that helped me on my journey, I thank you from the bottom of my heart, and know that I couldn’t have done it without you.

“To The Giants faithful, your loyalty and support to myself and the football club is what makes this club so great.

“I wish the boys nothing but success and I hope that we can win the premiership this weekend.”

Bellchambers was hampered by persistent knee injuries and a compacted fixture cruelled the 202cm ruckman of stringing matches together.

He was originally recruited with pick No.29 in the 2020 SCSUL open draft, and made his SCSUL debut in round 1, against The Darkness.

Senior coach Tim Goodman paid tribute to Bellchambers, who has been an important member of the club’s ruck position this season.

“Tom’s been a loyal and wonderful player for the club,” Goodman said.

“His contribution as a ruckman for our team can’t be underestimated and for Tom to have been able to get up and play SCSUL football is a credit to the way he’s applied himself to the game.

“While he hasn’t enjoyed the continuity of games which he would’ve liked to have achieved this year, Tom’s role in helping mentor our developing ruckman in Sam Draper, Nick Bryan, Matt Flynn and Darcy Cameron has been first-class and shows the character and leadership he possesses.

“He’s a highly regarded and valued member of the playing group and everyone from the coaches, staff and his teammates will miss his presence around the club.

“We wish both Tom and partner Olympia, as well as their families, the very best for their future.”
 
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