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Welcome to 2020 Supercoach  Demonlands Comp leagues. Free to join and play (just need a Demonland account, that is free as well)

 

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 2020.

If you have changed or want to change any of those details for 2020, 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.

 

For those that qualified for Div 1 (Stynes League) you will receive your league code 1st,  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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Hi DeeVoted,

I'm interested for the comp again. Previous team name was The Tankers or just Tankers. This years team name is Deeztroy.

I have been in the Robbie Flower league previously but I think I joined late last year and was in the Barassi league. Thanks.

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On 1/27/2020 at 2:55 PM, The Hallowed Turf said:

Would like to have a go again. I didn't participate last year or I don't think the year before (?) in the Demonland SC comp but have done previously.

Team name is Megalomaniacs. Thanks.

Welcome Back.

I have you and Doc's Demons marked as confirmed.

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Hi DV,

Thanks for starting this up again.  Was GAWN off TRACC! last year (which mirrored my SC and the MFC season) so will be changing it when I can think of something witty, positive and unique (so it may be a while...).  Team currently "Not Sure Yet"

Cheers, Stephen

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Just an Update :

Ruffles + WIseblood have joined Div1.

Stephen + Demon Spofforth have been sent their code to join D1.

Everyone else that has confirmed in the thread so far, I have noted as starters. Will just have to bide their time until I get a better idea who returns from Div 1. (Keep checking this thread regularly, and your msg box)

 

Just a side note : badly worded on my part. It SHOULD read Post your Old USERNAME  (with name of your Team)

If you have changed both from the previous year. I have then have problems figuring out who is who.

(I dont require your Christian name.)

If you only change your team name, just post it I will do an update.  Thx.

 

 

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15 hours ago, Demi Dee said:

Hi DV, 

Team: Demi Dees

Coach: Stuart

Thanks for organising, it’s been a couple of years since I last played, so go easy on me. 

Hi DV 

my old user name is Demi Dee

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10 hours ago, fucsia said:

d v

have you the league numbers up yet ??

thanks

Not yet. Got a few MIA's. I will give it to mid week, then everyone that has posted in here with confirmation will be sent a league code.

So if you have confirmed you want to play this year, a code for a league is not far away now.

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On 3/7/2020 at 10:24 AM, DeeVoted said:

Not yet. Got a few MIA's. I will give it to mid week, then everyone that has posted in here with confirmation will be sent a league code.

So if you have confirmed you want to play this year, a code for a league is not far away now.

Evening DeeVoted, I’m keen to play if a spot is open. I’ve also got a mate (he’s not on Demonland) who is keen to go if you need the numbers.

cheers

 

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