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14 hours ago, Action Jackson said:

Hi all.

Keen to get a league together for the 2022 season.

If anyone here does SuperCoach let me know if you would like to start a DLand league.

Hi AJ,

 I've being doing the SC comp on here for the last 10 yrs. And time for someone else to take it over.

More than happy for you to organise it. Good luck.

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7 hours ago, DeeVoted said:

Hi AJ,

 I've being doing the SC comp on here for the last 10 yrs. And time for someone else to take it over.

More than happy for you to organise it. Good luck.

Hi Deevoted. I was in the annual comp each year but don't think there was one last year?

Happy to run some comps if people are keen.

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On 2/4/2022 at 1:11 PM, DeeVoted said:

Hi AJ,

 I've being doing the SC comp on here for the last 10 yrs. And time for someone else to take it over.

More than happy for you to organise it. Good luck.

I would like to thankyou for your efforts over the past 10 years.

So. Thanks! 

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On 2/3/2022 at 10:52 PM, Action Jackson said:

Hi all.

Keen to get a league together for the 2022 season.

If anyone here does SuperCoach let me know if you would like to start a DLand league.

Im keen. What’s the code for the league mate?

thanks

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On 3/13/2022 at 9:29 PM, Ingo27 said:

Hi All, i've setup a second Demonland League and there's still plenty of spots for those putting a team together over the long weekend!

Code is 597557

Look forward to a fun season!

 

Hi all, exciting that a new season is almost here! I've still got spaces available in the Demonland 2 Supercoach league and would be great to get as many Dee's supporters in the comp as possible.

Sign-up if your interested and look forward to the season!

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We are now in the final week of SuperCoach and I thought I'd give a huge congratulations to our grand finalists, Team MAYhem and Ruffs nuts.

Team MAYhem scored 2,424 in the prelim final and Ruffs nuts scored 2,439, so this looks like being a very close grand final!

Thanks to everyone who was involved this year. It was an extremely competitive league, with a league ranking of 3,744 out of 15,799 leagues.

We also have two members who are in the top 10,000 in Australia - Ruffs nuts in 2,135 and Captain Gawnbeard in 5,412.

Good luck to the two finalists and hopefully see everyone join up again in 2023.

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Hello all. 

The Demonland SuperCoach league is back up and running again and we currently have 12 of 18 spots filled.

I sent out invitations to all coaches from last year when I re-established the league, so if everyone who was in it last year is keen to join again please check your emails for this. 

If you never received anything please let me know and I can send it to you manually.

I'm also keen to look at a draft league if anyone else is interested. I am currently in two 'keeper' leagues with Ultimate/AFL fantasy and would be keen to do either a SC or Fantasy one that isn't a keeper league and is just a re-draft each year. 

I think generally having between 10-12 teams is the best number so if anyone is interested let me know and we might be able to start something.

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