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FFBRL Live Results: Round 6

Discussion in 'FFB Fantasy League' started by Misanthrope, Jun 7, 2016.

  1. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    Files can be found here.

    Rerates approved during the week are reflected in current formguides.

    Draw

    New England Celtic V Raymond Terrace Tanks (+6.5)
    Shenzhen Sharkitohs V Perth Reds (+2.5)
    Mount Disappointment RLFC V Brisbane Bulls (+3.5)
    Grapes of Nanking V South Canberra Knights (+4.5)
    Sydney Vipers (+8.5) V Mu’a Saints
    Ipswich Reds (+7.5) V Roma Vandali
    Ponte Preta Billy Goats V Quahog Quagmires (+14.5)

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    New England Celtic v Raymond Terrace Tanks

    Raymond Terrace have pushed an injury hit New England to the very brink of their first defeat of 2016 this week, only to have a late Josh Mansour try prove their undoing. Lead 12-6 at halftime, the visitors had to fight back to get it to 18 all on the back of some impressive work from Michael Gordon and their forward pack, but a sucker punch try from New England was enough to get them home 24-18.

    New England: Josh Mansour, Josh Dugan, and Jake Granville 2. Brough 4/4
    Raymond Terrace: Danny McGuire, David Shillington, and Mitchell Pearce. Gordon 3/4
    HT Score: 6-12
    Dally M: Michael Gordon (Tanks) 3, David Shillington (Tanks) 2, and Danny Brough (Celtic) 1.
    Crowd: 39,483

    Ponte Preta Billy Goats v Quahog Quagmires

    Ponte Preta have clawed their way back into the winner's circle today with a hard-fought 34-22 win over luckless Quahog, but they'll be far from impressed with the manner in which they had to come from behind against an injury hit and out of form Quagmires. Trailing 18-12 at halftime and 22-18 headed into the final quarter, Ponte Preta's class shone through on their way to a third win of the season.

    Ponte Preta: Josh Hodgson, Daniel Tupou, Michael Morgan, Ryan Hoffman 2, and Jorge Taufua. Ratchford 5/6
    Quahog: Brad Takairangi, Junior Paulo 2, and Jack De Belin. Maloney 3/5
    HT Score: 12-18
    Dally M: Aaron Woods (Billy Goats) 3, Michael Morgan (Billy Goats) 2, and Daly Cherry-Evans (Billy Goats) 1.
    Crowd: 21,328

    Shenzhen Sharkitohs v Perth Reds

    In a clash between two 2015 finalists struggling for form, a late Tyrone Peachey try has given Shenzhen a narrow 22-16 win against a much-improved Perth. The home side lead throughout, but had a nervous finish on their hands leading 18-14 headed into the final minutes. For Perth, it was a loss not without positives, with Tyson Frizzel in especially intimidating form.

    Shenzhen: Lachlan Coote, Tyrone Peachey, Luke Walsh, and Bryce Cartwright. Walsh 3/5
    Perth: Jamie Shaul 2 and Kallum Watkins. Roberts 2/3
    HT Score: 14-6
    Dally M: Tyson Frizzel (Reds) 3, Jamie Shaul (Reds) 2, and Lachlan Coote (Sharkitohs) 1.
    Crowd: 26,962

    Grapes of Nanking v South Canberra Knights

    Nanking have put together an impressive second half to overcome a 6-2 halftime deficit and blow South Canberra off the park in front of a massive Chinese crowd. South Canberra were a defensive wall in a tight second half, but crumbled under intense Grapes' pressure to drop the game 22-6.

    Grapes: Korbin Sims, Tom Burgess, and Trent Hodkinson. Sutton 1/1. Hodkinson 4/4.
    South Canberra: Joe Burgess. Goodwin 1/1
    HT Score: 2-6
    Dally M: Tom Burgess (Grapes) 3, Jermaine McGilvray (Knights) 2, and Korbin Sims (Grapes) 1.
    Crowd: 48,770

    Mt. Disappointment RLFC v Brisbane Bulls

    If you hadn't bought into the hype before tonight's clash between unheralded Mt. Disappointment and former powerhouse, Brisbane, tonight signalled a brutally efficient changing of the guard as the Victorian club ran roughshod over a Brisbane side with none of the intimidation factor it once possessed.

    The home side lead 22-0 at halftime and ran away 46-12 winners to continue their six game winning streak and signal they are well and truly a force to be reckoned with.

    Mt. Disappointment: Justin Carney 2, Jamie Lyon, Kieran Foran, Ryan James, Dylan Walker, Brenton Lawrence, and Brett Stewart. Sezer 7/8
    Brisbane: Jack Wighton and Alex Glenn. Reynolds 2/2
    HT Score: 22-0
    Dally M: Brett Stewart (RLFC) 3, Kieran Foran (RLFC) 2, and Justin Carney (RLFC) 1.
    Crowd: 32,002

    Sydney Vipers v Mu'a Saints

    Sydney remain moored to the foot of the FFBRL ladder today after a nail-biting 26-24 loss against the visiting Mu'a Saints. The home side showed marked improvement to lead at halftime, but fell off the pace as the game continued. Trailing 26-18 shortly before fulltime, a consolation try perhaps made Sydney look better than they were.

    Sydney: Ben Barba, Antonio Winterstein, Jarrod Croker, and Ben Hannant. Croker 4/4
    Mu'a: Rhys Hanbury, Michael Jennings 2, and Andy Lynch 2. Richards 3/5
    HT Score: 12-10
    Dally M: Jarrod Croker (Vipers) 3, Antonio Winterstein (Vipers) 2, and Rhys Hanbury (Saints) 1.
    Crowd: 28,654

    Ipswich Reds v Roma Vandali

    Life without Johnathon Thurston isn't looking so bad for Roma today, with the Italian club grabbing its second win in as many weeks and doing so in convincing fashion. Todd Carney was inspirational for the visitors, having a hand in three tries as his side ran out comfortable 34-12 winners against the struggling Queensland club.

    Ipswich: Joel Monaghan and Greg Bird. Lamb 2/2
    Roma: Luke Lewis 2, Tom Opacic 2, Eloi Pelissier, and Sam Rapira. Carney 5/6
    HT Score: 6-12
    Dally M: Todd Carney (Vandali) 3, Tom Opacic (Vandali) 2, and Eloi Pelissier (Vandali) 1.
    Crowd: 12,489
     
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  2. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    New England v Raymond Terrace up
     
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    afinalsin666 First Grade

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    So close.
     
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    Quohog in after being thumped.
    Sad it sounds, but if we lose by 20 or less, it would be a huge, huge improvement!!
     
  5. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    Ponte Preta v Quahog up!
     
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    Can someone email me through both Perth Reds & Shenzhen Sharkitohs files?
     
  7. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    Incoming.
     
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    Perth Reds IN
     
  9. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    Two more games up!
     
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    Bazal Post Whore

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    Balls.
     
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    F*** this game
     
  12. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    Narrow loss to Shenzhen is nothing to be ashamed of. Up until soc came back on board, they had been unbeaten.
     
  13. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    Mt. D v Brisbane up.
     
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    Mu'a and Sydney in.

    New England Celtic V Raymond Terrace Tanks (+6.5)
    Shenzhen Sharkitohs V Perth Reds (+2.5)
    Mount Disappointment RLFC V Brisbane Bulls (+3.5)
    Grapes of Nanking V South Canberra Knights (+4.5)
    Sydney Vipers (+8.5) V Mu’a Saints
    Ipswich Reds (+7.5) V Roma Vandali
    Ponte Preta Billy Goats V Quahog Quagmires (+14.5)
     
  15. Misanthrope

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    Sydney v Mu'a up
     
  16. Misanthrope

    Misanthrope Moderator Staff Member

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    And that's the round!
     
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    Mu'a struggling this year. :(
     
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    Awesome. Thanks for simming, Chris.
     

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