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  The Legends League for 2016:  (Confirmations required)

1    Mega_Watts         Mega Watts            45,758    Confirmed - PM Code Sent
2    DeeVoted            Marvel Mavericks    45,593  Joined
3    jacey                     Jiagars                      45,557
4    poita                     PC Demons            45,472    (Promoted won GF Div 2)  Joined
5    gmacattack         Howe's Hogan?      45,376   
6    FireOath               Lost Souls              44,833    (Promoted Div 2)   Joined
7    Is Dom is Good    Rollin' Js                  44,753     Joined
8    Stephen247        Captain Chunky     44,680     Joined
9    Demonland         Demonland             44,674    Joined
10    Goodvibes        The Goodvibes       43,204    Joined
11    garyh007           demons16             42,045     Joined
12    dworship            Roys Boys             42,013     Confirmed - PM Code Sent
13    Dee-licious        Cellar Dwellers      41,485     Joined
14    Demon Jack       Maestro's Devils   40,451     Joined     
15    robbo24             Prince of Melb      40,379
16    rolly                    rollyland                  38,158
17    jazza                   asadakings            37,125

18 Piers Jialand    PJ_12345    Nixon'sChicksU18s    29,320

  All The Jacks    AllTheJacks           26,897

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You know the drill.   We are now open to taking names for the 2016  DT comp. Just post your team name.

 Returning coaches, if you have decided to change you username or Team name for 2016 just update those here so I know who you were.

New coaches that haven't played previously, just your team name will do.


I have Barney Rubble (formerly Pig Dog) as absent. (thx for the heads up mate) 

 
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I thought I already replied to this, but apparently not. Please count me in. Team will be PC Demons again. Thanks.

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Roys Boys will go round again thanks

 

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Wow I went badly last year! I'll need to make up for it then. Count me in 

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I guess the question needs to be asked.

Real Dream Team   or  AFL Fantasy ? for our comp.

I have setup a  League in both websites,  I will play both, I didn't have any issues grabbing the comp data required using RDT.  

If you are happy to stay with RDT, I can start sending out the League Codes. Otherwise we wait and see what the favoured preference will be.

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count me in demons 15 change to demons 16

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RDT is my preference. I did both last year and Fantasy is just a pain to use sometimes. Especially when the website always crashes.

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OK RDT it is then.We also now have a Group League if interested

1. If you have ALREADY REGISTERED for the Dream Team - AFL Competition, simply click the following link (you may need to login): 
http://sportsdeck.com/au/afl/dreamteam/group?cic=734739
(Once logged in, simply confirm your invitation and you'll be automatically added. Private Groups are a separate feature to the ten head-to head leagues of 18, in which you may continue to participate as usual). 

2. If you have NOT YET REGISTERED, simply click on the link below and fill in the registration form as usual: 
http://sportsdeck.com/au/afl/dreamteam/?p=register&group_code=734739
(On successful registration, you'll automatically be added to this Group. Simply look for the "GROUPS" tab in the nav of your Leagues page).

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AFL Fantasy - 

 I have renamed the League in AFL Fantasy  as not to confuse. If you have already joined this league in AFL Fantasy you will see the name change.

If you want to play AFL Fanasty and you are looking for a league to join   ...............

the league code = CUJY2SXU

 

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I'm going to give RDT a miss this year mate and give SC a crack.

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Just now, McQueen said:

I'm going to give RDT a miss this year mate and give SC a crack.

No probs, I have now marked you down to join a league in SC.

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Hey DeeVoted, can I jump into one of the SC leagues?

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Just now, Django said:

Hey DeeVoted, can I jump into one of the SC leagues?

This is the Dream team thread. :)    Did you want to join DT or a SC league, or both?

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Whoops, sorry pal. Just SC, want me to post in that one?

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I'm in. Haven't joined yet for 2016 but it's on my to do list this week. 

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I've just joined the Real Dreamteam and AFL Fantasy.

Would you like me to put a invitation out on the Demonland Facebook or Twitter to entice some more people to join either comp?

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Just now, Demonland said:

I've just joined the Real Dreamteam and AFL Fantasy.

Would you like me to put a invitation out on the Demonland Facebook or Twitter to entice some more people to join either comp?

Yeah why not, DT numbers have fallen away.  SC is still doing well, Won't hurt to let peeps know we run a DT and SC comp on DLand.

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