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I would love to, but I'm making a move to Europe from may-October. I think that will mean il struggle to keep afloat in the league. Will put a bit more thought into it, but probably makes sense to let someone, who can 100% commit

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8 hours ago, Mad_Melbourne said:

I would love to, but I'm making a move to Europe from may-October. I think that will mean il struggle to keep afloat in the league. Will put a bit more thought into it, but probably makes sense to let someone, who can 100% commit

You are a foundation member MM...

Great way to keep a connection with The Mighty Dee's in 2017.....

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The list so far

 

Omr

Goodvibes

Poita

Demon mil (melissa)

JCB

Galahs

Demon king v2

Myself

 

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44 minutes ago, scarlett said:

The list so far

 

Omr

Goodvibes

Poita

Demon mil (melissa)

Myself

 

Hey Scarlett & Demon Mil...Welcome back?

You can add JCB to the 2017 list also.

I PM'd him the other day, he is back in Peter Mac having further treatment currently & advised he is looking forward to having another shot at the flag.

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How's the numbers looking In 2017?

Still only 6 definite's by my count..

Scarlett are you taking the reigns again in 2017? I'm taking off OS for 3 weeks next week....Would like to think we have the numbers & draft set before then.....

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As OMR enquired and I replied  ....I am in.....don't worry I will still kick arse...however will not be available wk..March 16th to March 24, if required .

best wishes to ALL

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On 11/02/2017 at 8:16 AM, Old Man Rivers said:

Norm Smith Ultimate Leauger's

Gents Im off OS in 48 hours. I will keep an eye out on this post to see if we get off the ground in 2017.....?

Have a great trip away....take great care 

 

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Spaces are open if anyone wants to join, anyone that was in last year has until the end of feb to nominate again this year other wise you will lose your spot if other people join before you.

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On 17/02/2017 at 7:58 PM, scarlett said:

Spaces are open if anyone wants to join, anyone that was in last year has until the end of feb to nominate again this year other wise you will lose your spot if other people join before you.

Our friend- Are you managing this again in 2017 after a great 2016 , the best we have had..

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On 24/01/2017 at 2:14 PM, Is Dom Is Good said:

What's the go with Super Coach/RDT?

Yes, could someone please explain how it works. Thanks.

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This has intrigued me purely as I have NFI you are all talking about... I would hate to not ask and then possibly miss out on something great!

So.....  

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On 17/02/2017 at 6:58 PM, scarlett said:

Spaces are open if anyone wants to join, anyone that was in last year has until the end of feb to nominate again this year other wise you will lose your spot if other people join before you.

Hey Scarlett

Do we have a 2017 Leauge code set up yet? I am back tomorrow 27 Feb & will join then?

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On 26/02/2017 at 0:58 PM, Old Man Rivers said:

Hey Scarlett

Do we have a 2017 Leauge code set up yet? I am back tomorrow 27 Feb & will join then?

Please email me - if they are fielding a league....please give me name of league etc...thanks my friend.

 

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1 hour ago, poita said:

We need to get this moving. I am happy to set up the league if nobody else wants to.

Hey Poita

Mate - That would be awesome if you can take the reigns in Leauge set up.

Scarlett must be away as he travels a lot with work? Agree we gotta get this going........

 

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Yeah that would be great poita. Omr is correct I am currently away at the moment and pretty busy at this time of year but if you need a hand just yell out. Demon king I'll add you to the list

On 25/02/2017 at 10:32 PM, Krazy Jaeger O'Smeara said:

This has intrigued me purely as I have NFI you are all talking about... I would hate to not ask and then possibly miss out on something great!

So.....  

Krazy jaeger its a draft based fantasy game where you score points by winning categories such as marks goals handballs and kicks. You vs an opponent each week with highest points winning.

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