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Only one question needs to be asked ......   who is playing ?? 

Post your Coach name along with Team name from 2017 and I will take it from there.  If you have changed your details since then could you also post that was well.

With approx 54 coaches and teams playing , it can all get a bit too hard trying to figure out who was who. Now you can change any of those details at anytime, I just ask you to tell me so I can update your details. 

If you are new to Demonland or want to join in again and want to have some added fun while watching our Dees kick some arse, just post in here as stated above, we'll get you into a league.

PS: If you played last year, you have qualified for a league already. If you need to know what league (Division) that is I can post that. BUT it does NOT mean you are in until you CONFIRM.

   The earlier you confirm, the less chance of missing out and then join your League as quickly as you can when notified..(By PM)

Speaking on PM''s now would be a good time to clear out your inbox of unwanted messages.

IF you take too long to join your league once notified I will replace you with another team, the lower leagues will be waiting until the higher leagues are filled.

 

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Hi DV,

Roys Boys will go around again, R.Flower league if I remember correctly.

Thanks for organizing this again, no small feat

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You're a bloody legend DV!

My team, the Ruffnuts, will take the field again. Hopefully I can pull off a Richmond after a decline down the ladder the last couple of seasons...

Thanks mate.

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TeamoSupremo is ready as always to talk the talk... and fail miserably!

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I'm just back from holidays and just started looking at SC - so yes - I am in again.

Still working on my Team name (it's harder than deciding my forwards...!).  I've made a habit of being Captain something - I think it was Captain Chunky last year - but looking for something witty, but with a MFC touch.  So for now it is just "Something Witty" but will change!

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Why not? Lock me in Eddie.

All hail the Ham Fighters.

Edited by Colin B. Flaubert

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I'm in again DV!  Team name is 'Van Buren Boys'.

Thanks in advance for your time and effort in getting this all organised for another year!

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I'm back again. Hope my luck continues.

Team Name: Johnny Utah.

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Hi DV, id like to join this season.

Haven't played SC for a few years though.

Team name is On The Hunt.

 

 

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Thanks again for your great work getting this running each year.

PC Demons is back again.

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Yes I am in. Was Oliver's Twist last year, still in the process of creating my team name this year.

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UPDATE: The Jim Stynes League (Div 1) Code has been sent to the coaches that have confirmed and qualify for that league thus far.

    (Check your PM Box)

A few new coaches have requested to play. So welcome to you. You will have a bit of a wait ahead until the higher leagues get sorted out.

Just keep checking this thread as I will be posting updates. In the meantime you can fine tune your supercoach team to kill some time.Still early days, so there's a way to go. The Supercoach 2015 has my post explaining how the comp works.

 

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I’ll play again, can’t remember what league I was in though.

team name keaneys demons

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I'm in again.

 

Team name - Dodge city dealers

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