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It's that time of the year again, they seem to come by quicker every year, It just seems like the last one ended.

Well, we know the drill .... ... Coach "Name" along with last years team name (if you were in last years comp) I need that info to check what league you will be in for 2019.

If you have changed or want to change any of those details for 2019, post the info I will update it. 

For those 1st timers, the comp is free to play, normally we have 3 comp leagues playing. As above, post your team name that you will be using, if you decide to change it, let me know so I know what team you are. ( I think the full guideline for the comp is  2015 thread ?, it should answer most of your questions. 

If you want to know what league you have qualified for, ask and I will let you know, or I can post all the leagues on request.

For those that qualified for Div 1 (Stynes League) you will receive your league code 1st, (when Supercoach allows to begin opening the league codes and you will need to join quickly so I can move onto Div 2 etc etc.

SC is open now, you can begin selecting your teams.  

Ok,  go for it!   Coach / Team name    if you are playing this year.

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Dworship/ Roys Boys.

Many thanks DeeV

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First year for me on here. Finished 3337 in 2016 and 7708 last year. Team name is GreendaleFC

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I'll go again please. Coach - Arthur. Team Name - Docs Demons. Cheers

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Back again. Team is named Rock Hard Nips this year.

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I’m game - usually do pretty well in SC and could use a decent league! Team name is Demonic_Destroyers  

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Count me in please.

Mick - Kung Fu Pandas

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Will be playin again this year.. although had a shocker last year and got well and truly thumped in my league!

Coach: Micah

Team: TeamoSupremo

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I have opened 4 leagues plus a "Melbourne FC Group" league. We are right to go for 2019.

The Melbourne FC Group is open for anyone to join in, so invite friends,family or any Demon supporter.

When you log in to SC, if you want to join our "group" , select join a group, then enter this code 600402

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As per every year, the Stynes League is 1st to be sent a PM with their league code.

The following coaches / teams below, (when they have confimed) are now being sent a code to join the Stynes League.

Just a reminder to all. If see your team as qualified for any league, your place is NOT reserved, if you take too long to join after your code has been sent, you could be replaced by another team. So keep checking your PM box.

When we have 18 teams in the Stynes League, I will then start sending the code for the Robbie Flower League (Div 2). To everyone not in the league below, hang in there until we finalise this league.


Stynes League (Div 1)
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1: KeaneDemon / Keaneys Demons

2: Collar-Jazz-Knee / Rollin Js

3: Arrow / Tipungwuti

4: Stephen247 / GAWN off TRACCI

5: Thrice / Gee God Boy Wow!!

6: red and blue realist / DoubleDigitMayhem

7: Ruffles / The Ruffnuts

8: Demon Spofforth / Grinter FC

9: Micksdemons / Micksdemons

10: BAMF / Johnny_Utah

11: Optimus D / Demon Dees

12: Hiram Cowfreak / Beakyboys

13: Kumamoto_Ken / Ken's Colossi

14: Eittocs12 / Dodge City Dealers

15: FireInTheBelly / The Big Fish

16: Clintosaurus / Ride the Punani

17: Ingo27 / Malki's Masters

18: Wiseblood / Van Buren Boys

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Promoted into Div 1  

KeaneDemon / Keaneys Demons
Micksdemons / Micksdemons

Relegated to Div 2

Kiss my Grass    DrinkMoreWater
The Hallowed Turf    RG MMXVIII

 

 

 

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On 2/19/2019 at 2:29 PM, Kumamoto_Ken said:

Hi DeeVoted.

I'd like in please. Same details as last year:

Kumamoto_Ken / Ken's Colossi

Cheers, Ken

Done, check your PM box for your code.

Keep the confirmations coming in. If you don't confirm I will assume you are not playing this year.

 

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I'm in again. Same name. Johnny_Utah

Once again, thank you for the work you put into this DeeVoted.

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