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Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 11:33 am
by Lewis
no, But I can make one.

Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 11:53 am
by Craitman
Will we get extra points for tries, etc?

Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 12:09 pm
by Lewis
Aye, your performance in the last game will give you extra points in the next match.

You should get it all in ratios. I have it written down somewhere, but it's all in notes. But it makes it a little more real.

Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 1:01 pm
by bobalania
ok, so could we potentially lose EVERY match?

Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 5:49 pm
by Lewis
yeah, but you'd eventually meet a team as bad as you. You don't lose points for losing, you only gain points for winning. That way we don't get people losing 100 points a match and thus going into having a negative score.

Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 6:28 pm
by bobalania
ah ok, whens the next match?

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 3:50 pm
by Lewis

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Greenuk 10 - 47 Hamland [king's cup game]
Jamzinia 26 - 3 Novotania
Bobalania 43 - 30 Craitland
Greenuk 10 - 47 Hamland

It was a fantastic day for those Hammish supporters who took the long trip to Greenuk. not only did the Hammish players get their hand's on the King's cup, but they also won their first game.
The game was opened with a fantastic try from Hammish player Tommy King after e Greenuk player dropped the ball. The try was easily converted by Menzies Ramsay.
Another 2 tries were then scored by Hammish players within the next 20 minutes as the Greenuk Side seemed to lose all sorts of passes and mauls.
The home crowd were allowed to cheer about a penalty as one Hammish player got a little too overconfident. This marked the end of the first half.
At 21-3 it seemed as if Greenuk were playing merely to stay out of embarrassment, Hamland were now playing to make this a victorious day.
The Second half was opened by Hamland's fantastic running of which they are famed for. Mike Rolandson managed to run across the field and get a try in early. This was converted and the Greenuk fans began to boo.
Greenuk fought hard and tried to keep hold of the ball with varying success, but when the fifth try came from Steve Irvine, the game seemed hopeless.
At 35- 3 there was little for Greenuk to play for. They did get what they were preying for though. A successful long pass left the field open for the Grenukish number 10 who ran across the outside to get a try. The fans cheered deafeningly loud as they may not get anything else to cheer about. This made the game 35 - 10.
Hamland were now to try and fire the last nail in the coffin, this was done by Juan Adamson, who managed to catch a high kick and run to get his try. Again the perfect kicking proved to be a thorn in Grenuk's side.
The game was finished with a try from Rory Gray who managed to get his first major international try. IT was not converted.
The Hammish fans cheered after the match as the king's cup was awarded to their nation, and the Greenuk fans merely left in silence with a 47 - 10 score lingering over them.

Jamzinia 26 - 3 Novotania

Novotania were up for this game, as they felt they played well against one of the favourites. Jamzinia came into this game seeking honour. This was set to be a true battle.
The Novotanians opened the game with a penalty and their fans cheered as they went ahead.
Some strong rugby for the next 20 minutes made the match brutal for some, and Novotania's number 3 went off due to a blood injury. Jamzinia broke through when Steven Jackson got his try for his country. It was converted easily by the fantastic kicker that has made Jamzinia one of the better teams this year.
Jamzinia managed to get a second try, but the conversion was missed, leaving the half time score at 12 - 3.
The game was started again as Jamzinia pushed harder at Novotania. The Novotanian team worked well until they were forced back and a third try was scored by James McKinnon. Gavin Thorne managed to regain his honour and kicked the ball magnificently though the posts.
The last try of the game was scored in the 75th minute, when Harry Layton got himself his try. He worked his way past 3 Novotanian players and made a clear run at the Novotanian side. This was kicked and left the game as a convincing Jamzinian victory.

Bobalania 43 - 30 Craitland

By far the most thrilling game of the day. Bobalania got fired up to do their best to change their play from the infamous Jamzinian game. Craitland however were set to show the world what a great sporting nation they are.
The Game was Started by some Craitish Kicking. Their kicker Jón Klevets managed to get one through the posts as they started the game on a high.
Craitland then continued to work hard and get a try by Jon Pellegrino.
Bobalania were trying their hardest and it payed off for in the 26th minute they got a brilliant try from Bob Barton.
This made the score 10-7.
Craitland's Paulio Fredriksen managed to get a second try in and Bobalanian home supporters began to sence another thrashing like last week.
2 kicks then managed to annoy the supporters as Craitland got to 23 - 7. The half time whistle went.
Something happened at Half time that kicked the Bobalanians up the arse. They managed to 2 tries in the first 5 minutes from Beau Boyce then they managed to get a penalty. This made the Crowd cheer and they were on the end of their seats for the next 30 minutes.
A maul worked it's way up the field and the Bobalanians got another try, which went unconverted. This pushed the score to 29-23.
Craitland managed to get a try in when David Chentzansio got his try from a bad pass. This put the Craitlanders ahead.
Bobalanians then decided that they wanted to win. They played ferociously and got another try. This was scored by Benedict Bradford. But it went unconverted.
The final try was scored when the Bobalanians were working up the field. The pass went long out to Blaine Barry an he dummied past the Craitish players to seal the game at 43- 30.

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:30 pm
by Craitman
Damn Bobalania :lol:

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:38 pm
by bobalania

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:47 pm
by Lewis

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Greenuk - Jamzinia
Hamland - Bobalania
Novotania - Craitland
for next of week.

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:56 pm
by Craitman
Looks like we'll have to beat our good friends, Novatainia :D

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:59 pm
by bobalania
Next weeks fixtures?

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 7:02 pm
by Lewis
Looks like the Hammish will have to play the Bobs.

Don't worry, we'll probably get humped by you :lol:

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 7:17 pm
by Cairney
Gouranga's in two mind's with Greenuk playing Jamzinia.

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 8:21 pm
by gouranga
:( Thats an unfair game i can't support both