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Huge comeback by Sir Mcsquid today to claim a 1 point lead in the Semi Vs Munsters Mongrels. We'll be waiting for the final confirmation on that one I think.

Meanwhile it looks like Sherrif GH is through to the big one.

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A mid season run helped me. Was chance of missing the finals a month and a half ago!

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edwahu wrote:Huge comeback by Sir Mcsquid today to claim a 1 point lead in the Semi Vs Munsters Mongrels. We'll be waiting for the final confirmation on that one I think.

Meanwhile it looks like Sherrif GH is through to the big one.
Oh wow, saw the score halfway through the weekend with Cook’s dominance and thought I was out!
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So it's me vs Sid for the chance to meet Sherriff in the grand final.

Thanks to Perth Raider/Munsters for a really strong year.

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Well done mate!

Tough to lose by a point, but good luck next week.
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Looks like it's myself Vs Sherriff in the grand final thanks mostly to Payne Haas.

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He is a beast! And with McInnes possibly done for the year for me, it will be very close!

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Save me Payne Haas

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He is my captain in another grand final. So very torn!! Haha

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Looks like a close finish coming up.

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Indeed. I am behind the eight ball now!! Will come down to my kicker I think. Go the tigers!!

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What a finish this is..

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Well played @edwahu.
Well deserved win!
I am already looking forward to exacting revenge next year!!

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summitone77 wrote:
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Well played @edwahu.
Well deserved win!
I am already looking forward to exacting revenge next year!!
Thanks mate, it was a close run thing. It's been a lot of fun and I'm looking forward to making my run for back to back next year.

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Congrats Edwahu!
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Thoughts on the 2020 keepers draft?

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Personally I prefer starting each draft fresh from a clean slate, but see what most people think

I had a quick scroll through the thread and reminded myself why my team didn’t do so well
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My team was trash hence why I came last by miles. I think I had about 8 fit players by the end of the season, the depth just wasn't there

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I am happy either way, either keeper or fresh.
We need to reduce the squad numbers right done though otherwise there is not enough talent available

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Don't make me give up Haas :lol:

I'd prefer keepers but I will go with what most people want to do. We can reduce squad numbers and make any other changes discussed (I think kicker points was mentioned).

I'll chase people up later this month to see who is still in.

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Keeper is good. The only issue is whether people return. If people don’t, do the people who come into the comp get to choose last years squad of someone who is leaving and pick their keepers from there?

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In keepers leagues I've been in previously they'd pick up someone else's keepers if there's a vacancy

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My preference is to keep a few if possible. Didn't we agree on a (4 player) keeper league at the start of last season. Not too fussed though as the draft is fun and interesting.

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Keepers was 6 but I think maybe 4 would make it fairer and make the draft more interesting.

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I am easy either way. Tough to even cut it down to 6

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Happy with either

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We will also need to see who is coming back again

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I like the 6 keepers. Runs in line with most other keeper comps

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I've PM'd everyone that's not active in this thread. I'll give them a week or so and then chase them more directly.

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Awesome stuff!!
Pottsies Vikings will be back for sure..you can mark her off as a returning player

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I'm in, happy with a 4 or 6 keeper. Don't want to lose Tommy Turbo and a few others.

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I’m in. Happy to have 4 or 6 keepers.
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Golden Points and The Gum Drops are both in for the new season.

I agree something like 4 or 6 keepers sounds pretty reasonable, but happy with whatever
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Shouldn’t this be 2020 NRL CEO Competition?


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greeneyed wrote:
January 15, 2020, 12:36 pm
Shouldn’t this be 2020 NRL CEO Competition?


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It's perpetual now.

Looks like we have 11/12 confirmed already, just Limegreenmachines left to come back to me.

*edit* he confirmed he is in, so we have a full complement back for season 2 !

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