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Postby Commerce Heights » Fri May 06, 2011 3:43 am

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Australian-Football-Weltmeisterschaft
Australian Football World Championship


The Lontorikanische Sportbund invites the Australian football associations of the world to participate in what it assumes to be the sport’s first world championship.

Entry rules
Each association may enter one team in the tournament, which may either be a club team or similar entity, or a representative team composed of players from the association’s several clubs. Participating associations are expected to submit their club name (unless sending a representative team), their coach’s name, a roster of no more than thirty-six players, and uniforms colours (image not required, but I may create them if requested). Each association is asked (though not required) to provide a team of officials; these teams will be assigned to matches by the organizers.

Format
The first phase of the competition will, in principle, consist of a double round-robin of all participating teams, with each team playing each opponent at home and away. (Alternative formats will be considered if more than eight teams enter.) Teams will receive four match points for each win and two for each draw. In the event that two teams finish with the same number of match points, the tie will be broken by scoring percentage (points scored divided by points conceded, like goal average in other sports). In the unlikely event that teams are still tied, the next tie-breaker will be points scored; if a tie still remains, these tie-breakers will be repeated considering only matches between the tied teams; if teams absolutely cannot be separated, lots will be drawn.

The championship will be decided by a play-off involving all participating teams (again, to be reconsidered if more than eight teams enter). The format of the play-off will depend upon the number of teams, but will assign home advantage to higher-seeded teams, and will allow some high-seeded teams to advance regardless of whether they win the opening match. In the event of a draw, two five-minute periods of extra time will be played to determine a winner; if the teams are still level after extra time, two further periods will be played. The Meisterschaftsfinale (Grand Final) will be the only match of the tournament held at a neutral site. Tristiano Droga Arena, located on the top floor of the Olympic Tower in Aeropag, Paripana (below the better-known Olympic Tower Stadium), will host the match, as it is the highest-capacity stadium in Paripana which can be economically reconfigured for Australian football. If the Meisterschaftsfinale is drawn, it will be replayed the following week; extra time will be played if the replay is also drawn.

Scorinator
This competition is part of the Festivalo de Tutmondaj Futbaloj (Festival of Worldwide Footballs), and as such will be scorinated using the beta version of Footba11er. Since Footba11er does not natively support extra time (except of the golden goal/sudden death variety), a modified formula will be used in the event that extra time is needed.

Entries (6)
  1. Lontorika
  2. The Babbage Islands
  3. North Chicanan
  4. Wollongo Wallabies (Sorthern Northland)
  5. Bazalonia
  6. Nitrome Island
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Association full name: der Lontorikanische Sportbund (LSB)
Association short name: Lontorika
Team: Representative team, composed of players from the Lontorikanische Football-Liga (LFL)
Flag: yellow, charged with the LSB logo (image of flag)
Three-letter abbreviation: LTK

Lontorika is a geographic and cultural region of the Paripanan archipelago. The LSB is not the only (or even the primary) sporting body in the region; Capitalizt SLANI, Jasĭyun, and other members of the Paripana Sporting Council also operate there. Nonetheless, as Australian football (known as Lontorikan football locally) is chiefly practiced in Lontorika, the LSB organizes the most prestigious local competitions in that sport. There are no political leaders in Paripana, but Paripana is generally treated by external observers as equivalent to a nation, and Lontorika can be thought of as a subdivision of that nation.

Home stadium: Melbin Oval, Melbin (capacity 12 840; field dimensions 160 m × 133 m)
The Melbin Oval is the oldest and largest purpose-built Australian football stadium in Lontorika (and in Paripana, since there are none outside Lontorika), initially constructed nearly two hundred years ago and renovated several times since. It is home to the Melbin-based teams of the LFL, and hosts the LFL-Meisterschaftsfinale each season.

Alternative home stadium: Tristiano Droga Arena, Aeropag (capacity 32 830; field dimensions 150 m × 120 m)
Tristiano Droga Arena is an enclosed venue used primarily for athletics, and is located on the top floor of the Olympic Tower. It was built as a highly-adaptable multi-purpose venue for the Games of the IV Olympiad, then known simply as “Arena 1”; a large, well-trained crew can reconfigure the stands and field for a different sport in just a few hours (the same could once be said of its vertical neighbour Olympic Tower Stadium, which had additional seats installed after the Games in order to make it more suitable for association football and less for anything else). Tristiano Droga Arena will host the tournament’s championship match, and may also host some Lontorika home games if the LSB feels that the potential for increased ticket sales would outweigh the risk of moving a match to a city with no significant interest in the sport.

Coach: Cyril Cordova

Full team list
1. Iülaliö Agiro
2. Christy Harris
3. Bæ Yun-suŋ
4. Torsten Herz
5. Tom Färber
6. Eqperansiä Alanisa
7. Kathy Cherry
8. Ieroklis Papaloukas
9. Diana Saltanovič
10. Christian Möller
11. Przemek Kowalczyk
12. Juan Pablo Téllez
13. Myrtis Sager
14. Kelli Delmonte
15. Marie Höch
16. Radovana Vajsman
17. George Durham
18. Lena Färber
19. Uiä Armendárisa
20. Niklas Reiniger
21. Dimitris Spinellis
22. Heather Lang (vice-captain)
23. Erik Fuchs
24. İris Akdoğan (captain)
25. Jû Jæ-Hûn
26. O Myuŋ-Sun
27. Shana Glass
28. Guðný Bragadóttir
29. Albert Fransson
30. James Hawkins
31. Gabia Masíasa
32. Matthew Barnett
33. Sandra Seiler
34. René Roth
35. Venčeslav Šalinger
36. Carla Prescott

First team
Full backs: 3 Bæ Yun-suŋ, 27 Glass, 8 Papaloukas
Half backs: 16 Vajsman, 20 Reiniger, 35 Šalinger
Centre: 18 L. Färber, 2 Harris, 30 Hawkins
Half forwards: 36 Prescott, 12 Téllez, 10 Möller
Forwards: 4 Herz, 24 Akdoğan, 7 Cherry
Followers: 1 Agiro, 22 Lang, 9 Saltanovič

Interchange: 34 Roth, 33 Seiler, 5 T. Färber
Substitute: 14 Delmonte

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Officiating crew
The LSB has nominated the crew of officials which handled the 2203 LFL-Meisterschaftsfinale for the tournament.
Field umpires: Tanesha Matthews, Samantha Evans, Bag Mi-yuŋ, Kevin Himmel
Boundary umpires: Florus Fouquet, James Davis, Nikos Adam, Franziska Grünwald
Goal umpires: Katherine Evans, Umberto Pulido, Mûn Tæ-û
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Postby The Babbage Islands » Fri May 06, 2011 5:09 am

The Football Association for International Rules (FAIR), governing body of international or compromise rules football in The Babbage Islands, enter a representative team from the six professional international rules clubs of The Babbage Islands. Neither Australian nor Gaelic football is played here often in its pure form, but compromise rules players frequently have overseas backgrounds in one or the other and their skill sets are compatible with both.

Mr. Kevin Flanagan of IFC Armagh will serve as head coach. Home matches will be played at Cardiff Cricket Club in Cardiff, North Island. The team will be uniformed in the yellow-and-black traditional to international sides from The Babbage Islands.

Roster of players

From IFC Armagh:
Kimberly Madden
Juan Cooper
Connor Webb
Kyle Williams
Evan Walker

From IFC Cardiff:
Hunter Collins
Hayden Cox
Caleb Robinson
Zachary Martin
Sheila Thomas

From IFC Charleston:
Holly Hayes
Chase Mason
Jonathan James
Ryan Bell
Brandon Clarke

From IFC Libereco:
Zachary Evans
Stephanie Brown
Juan Rodriguez
Blake Price
Nicole Clarke

From IFC Paris:
Cody Bean
Janet Cannon
Samuel King
Jaden Griffiths
Isaac Brown

From IFC Wye:
Tyler Cook
Joshua Huber
Samuel Nelson
Joy Knapp
Dale Cox

Nominated officials

Leo Ingram
Gladys Parker
Eleanor Smith
Joshua Murphy
Adam Davis
Alex Ward
Benjamin Collins
Noah Morgan
Carson Hill
Leslie Whitehead
Ellen Duffy

(OOC: Further detail is forthcoming. I would be most appreciative of your efforts to create an image for our uniforms as suggested in the opening post.)
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Postby North Chicanan » Sat May 07, 2011 9:08 am

Application for entry to the Australian-Football-Weltmeisterschaft

Association Name: North Chicanan National Australian Football Team
Association Short: North Chicanan Boxers (state usually calls the team Seawolves, press and public use the Boxing Kangaroo motif to determine real nickname)
Team: Representative team from NC Australia League (NCAL)
Flag: North Chicanan State Flag with a boxing kangaroo in the center
Abbreviation: NCH

Kit colors:
The Boxers kits (image hopefully forthcoming if I get on it) alternate the crimson and white colors of the national flag. Home kits are all crimson with a white cross on the right side of the chest, with a smaller white cross on the right hip of the shorts. Away kits are all white with a crimson cross sitting center of the guernsey. Clash kits are in orange with white piping on the sleeves with white shorts and orange piping, with three stars sitting on the upper right shoulder of the guernsey. Socks on all three kits are white with a small red cross on the middle, or three orange stars on the clash kit. Team crest sits on the far left shoulder on all kits.

Stadia:
The Boxers will be utilizing the Red-Green Cricket Grounds in southern St. John's, Capital District for hosting matches. The stadium seat 22,000 for cricket and 65,000 for Football, Gridiron and Australian. During the Australian-Football-Weltmeisterschaft, seating would be adjusted to hold 45,000 people. The stadium hosts four of the five St. John's-based clubs (Reds, Blues, Orange, Souther Stars) and has hosted occasional matches for the Capital Saints and Northern Roo's who play typically at National Athletic Park in St. John's.

Team Roster (Club)
01 Ashley Smith (Northern 'Roos)
02 Evan Jones (Reds)
03 Paris Smith (Reds)
04 Dennis Blackfriar (Coast Dirstrict Battery)
05 Aiden Lonshore (Capital Saints)
06 Samuel Witten (Victory Highlands)
07 Damien Q'ix (Highlands)
08 Raymin Willex (Neuchantel Bulldogs)
09 Sfax Ashgard (Provincetown sparrows)
10 Evan Hawhoren (Far West Union)
11 Flinn Syncin (Hobart Crows)
12 Danii Takir (Livingston Timber)
13 Ashley Xavinhaff (Blues)
14 Tomas Jones (Coast District)
15 Evan Suprafe (Southern Stars)
16 James Matthews (Highlands)
17 Hillsen Ullong (Hobart)
18 Matthew Long (Capital Saints)
19 Blake Long (Orange)
20 James Presten (Orange)
21 Bilox D'janni (Far West)
22 Joshua Rogan (Township Aces)
23 Dannis Villenu (Neuchantel)
24 Amaury Blue (Port Elizabeth Power)
25 Ashton Sagna (Capital)
26 Xavi Zjann (Hobart)
27 Sam Expren (Bishop Saints)
28 Dennis Viell (Coast District)
29 Evan Richmond (Far West)
30 David Jones (Southern Stars)
31 Paris Hamilton (Provincetown)
32 Micah Evansten (Southern Stars)
33 Bastein Rhys (Highlands)
34 Llyn Dewitt (Hobart)
35 George Flanx (Livingston)
36 Michael James (Livingston)

Head coach: Ardic Flannigan (head coach of St. John's Orange)

Officials available:
Field - Eric Lonnegan, Quentin Ovesham, Georgi Z'hail
Boundary - Finn Rji, Avid Porthaus, Carlos Damiel, Sideny West
Goal - Jason west, Heddy Miresen, Ashley Van Pelt

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Postby Sorthern Northland » Sun May 15, 2011 3:43 pm

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Home stadium: Matches are typically played on an oval in Sheridan Park, a public park in north-eastern Wollongo. However should demand or competition rules necessitate a more enclosed setting Wollongo [association] Football Club have agreed to allow the use of their 17,000 capacity Inishnadun Straits Road ground.

Colours: Home – yellow and black striped guernseys, black shorts, yellow and black striped socks with white trim | Away – red, gold, green and white hooped guernseys, blue shorts, red, gold and green hooped socks

Head coach: Jett Purser

Squad

Mitchell Cuthbertson
Dylan Lempriere
Benjamin Laidley
Phoebe Gregg
Poppy Spruson
Adam Kibble
Sechnall Mac Giolla Mhaoil
Paige Meeks
Jamie Bower
Cody Beaney
Ethan Wesch
Josh Ashton
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Aaron Sparkes
Dean Tolmer
Aaron Forwood
Claire Purcell
Nicholas Kiernan
Jack Davenport
Róisín Ní Aodha
Sam Knowles
Veronika Kratochvílová
Jack Morehead
Christopher Flinders
Justin Rudall
Callum Westwood
Sofia Batchelor
Tiarnán Ó Fearghail
Rashid Al-Zeid
Alje van de Polder
Burtuka Idris
Wolfgang Mueller
Marti Marxuach
Gaizko Andikoetxea

Umpires

In addition to allowing Wollongo Wallabies to compete the subsection of the Cluichí Gaelacha Cumann responsible for governing Australian rules football within Sorthern Northland will provide the following team of umpires.

Field umpires: Marian Page, Alice Tully, William Cooper, Sé Ó Maolchathail
Boundary umpires: Eoghan Mac Cailein, Brayden Dalgety, Olivia MacLurcan, Dominic Newbold
Goal umpires: Aidan Dyason, Katherine O'Hare, Kōnstantínos Pharmakópoylos
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Postby Virabia » Sun May 15, 2011 4:17 pm

On second thought, Virabia will pull out from this competition... carry on now...
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Postby Bazalonia » Sat May 28, 2011 10:07 pm

Association Name: Bazalonian Football League (BFL)
Team: Representative team from the BFL sides. Bazalonian Raiders
Flag: The Bazalonian national flag with the Bazalope replaced with a red australian rules ball. It is joked by other states that the BFL flag should becomet the state's flag.

Bazalonian Rules Football is practically identical in rules to Australian Rules Football and as a football code it's 'home' base is in South Bazalonia with most of the teams originating from that state. However all the other states also have atleast one team in the 16 team league.

Home Stadium: SeaBazalope Arena, Cantinopple with a capacity of 83,540

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It is the spiritual home of Bazalonia/Australian Rules Footballin Bazalonia and to think of the BFL final anywhere else would amount to sacrilege. However the BFL has appointed a backup stadium in Queat.

Alternate Stadium:

Queat Football Stadium, Queat. A purpose built stadium for the Queat side in the BFL. It can seat a more modest 57,300 and 180m by 130m making it a far longer and narrower field than SeaBazalope Arena.

Starters:

Tyler Richards
Richard Harris
Cody Evans
Cole MacDonald
Robert Russell
Chase Wright
Benjamin Ward
Isaiah Thomas
Adam Bennett
Xavier Powell
Alexander Cook
Justin Murphy
Adam Hill
Bryan Wilson
Sean Mitchell
Evan Gray
Nathan Clark
Trevor Taylor

Interchange Bench:

Aidan Carter
Cole Patel
Eric Kelly
Sebastian Graham

Another 10 players are in the squad but are likely to not see field time due to BFL's preference to keeping a single unified team throughout the competition.

Nominated Officials:

Hunter Kelly - Match Umpire
Robert James - Boundry Official
Tyler Young - Boundry Official
Blake Robinson - Goal Umpire
Julian Watson- Boundry Official
Evan Clarke - Match Umpire
Angel Wright - Goal Umpire
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Postby Nitrome Island » Sun May 29, 2011 3:00 am

ALRIGHT AUSSIE RULES AT LAST! IM IN

Roster:
Jerry Tom
Liam Nolan
Greg Smith
Howard Simon
John Long
Myles Long
Adam Hammond
Roman David
David Kill
George Lammington
Simon Davies
Glen Crowe
Edim Zayed
Kevin Baird
Tomas Duncan
Oran Jameson
James Sherridan
Otto Zimmermann
Tobias Braun
Joachim Stelmach
Alan Kirby
Daniel Strong
Conor Pope
Trent Dickinson
Charlie Adam
Charlie Conolly
Joe Curran
Pat Horgan
Donal Vaughan
Ben O'Conor
James Masters
Fintan Gould
Peter Stringer
Kurtly Beale
Jack Rietwold
Colm Goode
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Postby San Havana » Mon May 30, 2011 1:06 am

We will play. Will return later to post team etc.

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Postby Commerce Heights » Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:19 am

About time we started this, isn’t it?

Since San Havana hasn’t posted a roster, they won’t be included, leaving six teams. The schedule is as follows (the team listed first will play at home, with the exception of the Meisterschaftsfinale):

Saturday, 2011-06-18—Matchday 1
North Chicanan–Bazalonia (umpires: Matthews/Evans/Bag Mi-yuŋ/Himmel, LTK)
Lontorika–Nitrome Island (umpires: Kelly/Clarke, BAZ)
The Babbage Islands–Wollongo Wallabies (umpires: Lonnegan/Ovesham/Z’hail, NCH)

Sunday, 2011-06-19—Matchday 2
Bazalonia–Wollongo Wallabies (umpires: Ingram/Parker/Smith/Murphy, TBI)
Nitrome Island–The Babbage Islands (umpires: Page/Tully/Cooper/Ó Maolchathail, SNO)
North Chicanan–Lontorika (umpires: Kelly/Clarke, BAZ)

Monday, 2011-06-20—Matchday 3
Lontorika–Bazalonia (umpires: Lonnegan/Ovesham/Z’hail, NCH)
The Babbage Islands–North Chicanan (umpires: Matthews/Evans/Bag Mi-yuŋ/Himmel, LTK)
Wollongo Wallabies–Nitrome Island (umpires: Ingram/Parker/Smith/Murphy, TBI)

Tuesday, 2011-06-21—Matchday 4
Bazalonia–Nitrome Island (umpires: Page/Tully/Cooper/Ó Maolchathail, SNO)
North Chicanan–Wollongo Wallabies (umpires: Matthews/Evans/Bag Mi-yuŋ/Himmel, LTK)
Lontorika–The Babbage Islands (umpires: Lonnegan/Ovesham/Z’hail, NCH)

Wednesday, 2011-06-22—Matchday 5
The Babbage Islands–Bazalonia (umpires: Page/Tully/Cooper/Ó Maolchathail, SNO)
Wollongo Wallabies–Lontorika (umpires: Kelly/Clarke, BAZ)
Nitrome Island–North Chicanan (umpires: Ingram/Parker/Smith/Murphy, TBI)

Thursday, 2011-06-23—Matchday 6
Bazalonia–North Chicanan (umpires: Page/Tully/Cooper/Ó Maolchathail, SNO)
Nitrome Island–Lontorika (umpires: Lonnegan/Ovesham/Z’hail, NCH)
Wollongo Wallabies–The Babbage Islands (umpires: Kelly/Clarke, BAZ)

Friday, 2011-06-24—Matchday 7
Wollongo Wallabies–Bazalonia (umpires: Matthews/Evans/Bag Mi-yuŋ/Himmel, LTK)
The Babbage Islands–Nitrome Island (umpires: Kelly/Clarke, BAZ)
Lontorika–North Chicanan (umpires: Ingram/Parker/Smith/Murphy, TBI)

Saturday, 2011-06-25—Matchday 8
Bazalonia–Lontorika (umpires: Page/Tully/Cooper/Ó Maolchathail, SNO)
North Chicanan–The Babbage Islands (umpires: Kelly/Clarke, BAZ)
Nitrome Island–Wollongo Wallabies (umpires: Matthews/Evans/Bag Mi-yuŋ/Himmel, LTK)

Sunday, 2011-06-26—Matchday 9
Nitrome Island–Bazalonia (umpires: Lonnegan/Ovesham/Z’hail, NCH)
Wollongo Wallabies–North Chicanan (umpires: Ingram/Parker/Smith/Murphy, TBI)
The Babbage Islands–Lontorika (umpires: Page/Tully/Cooper/Ó Maolchathail, SNO)

Monday, 2011-06-27—Matchday 10
Bazalonia–The Babbage Islands (umpires: Lonnegan/Ovesham/Z’hail, NCH)
Lontorika–Wollongo Wallabies (umpires: Ingram/Parker/Smith/Murphy, TBI)
North Chicanan–Nitrome Island (umpires: Matthews/Evans/Bag Mi-yuŋ/Himmel, LTK)

Tuesday, 2011-06-28
1. Ausscheidungsfinale (1st Elimination Final): #3–#6
2. Ausscheidungsfinale (2nd Elimination Final): #4–#5

Wednesday, 2011-06-29
Qualifikationsfinale (Qualifying Final): #1–#2
Halbfinale (Semi-Final): winner 1. Ausscheidungsfinale–winner 2. Ausscheidungsfinale

Thursday, 2011-06-30
Vorfinale (Preliminary Final): loser Qualifikationsfinale–winner Halbfinale

Friday, 2011-07-01 (replay Saturday if necessary)
Meisterschaftsfinale (Grand Final): winner Qualifikationsfinale–winner Vorfinale (at Tristiano Droga Arena, Aeropag, Paripana)


Scorination should be around 03:00 14:00 UTC on each day. I’ll post TBI’s uniforms soon.
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Postby Commerce Heights » Fri Jun 17, 2011 10:20 pm

Matchday 1

North Chicanan 14.16.100 def. Bazalonia 6.14.50
Lontorika 7.14.56 def. Nitrome Island 7.8.50
The Babbage Islands 18.5.113 def. Wollongo Wallabies 13.11.89

⁠                        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA       %   Pts 
1 North Chicanan 1 1 0 0 100 50 200.0 4
2 The Babbage Islands 1 1 0 0 113 89 127.0 4
3 Lontorika 1 1 0 0 56 50 112.0 4
4 Nitrome Island 1 0 0 1 50 56 89.3 0
5 Wollongo Wallabies 1 0 0 1 89 113 78.8 0
6 Bazalonia 1 0 0 1 50 100 50.0 0


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Postby Nitrome Island » Sat Jun 18, 2011 4:28 am

Nitrome Island began their Aussie rules Weltmeisterschaft with an almost solid performance against Lontorkia. The boys lost 50-56. David kill kicked 3 early goals to put Nitrome 21-9 Ahead at the end of the first quater. The second quater was much slower for Nitrome and Lontorkia. Lontorkia scored the only goal of the quater after Ieroklis Papaloukas kicked a 50 yard whopper that was caught by İris Akdoğan 32 yard from goal. From the mark Akdoğan had no trouble bringing Lontorkia back into the match with his second goal of the match. The score at half way was nitrome Island 23, Lontorkia 18. For the third quater Lontorkia went crazy. Herz and Cherry Kicked 20 point between themselves (1.2 Cherry, 2.0 Herz) and Möller kicked his only score of the match to make Lontorkias quater total 26. Nitrome Island had an active quater too. Kill gave the boys 3 behinds to keep their spirits up and, to the excitement of the nitrome spectators, Geoge Lammington Kicked 2 goals in 30 seconds to send the sides into the last quater at nitrome 38, Lontorkia 44. Nitrome Island needed to put points up on the board if they were going to beat Lontorkia and thats just what they did. David Kill and Myles Long Kicked a goal each to to 6 Lontorkia behinds. Time was running out for either side to score a winning score. With 13 seconds to go Jerry Tom tackled Saltanovič round the neck and recieved a straight red card. Téllez steped up to the ball and prepared for the kick. From 70 yards out he kicked the winning goal to make Lontorkia 56, Nitrome Island 50.
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Postby Commerce Heights » Sat Jun 18, 2011 7:56 pm

Matchday 2

Bazalonia 27.19.181 def. Wollongo Wallabies 20.13.133
Nitrome Island 18.23.131 def. The Babbage Islands 6.2.38
North Chicanan 17.17.119 def. Lontorika 16.13.109

⁠                        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA       %   Pts 
1 North Chicanan 2 2 0 0 219 159 137.7 8
2 Nitrome Island 2 1 0 1 181 94 192.6 4
3 Bazalonia 2 1 0 1 231 233 99.1 4
4 Lontorika 2 1 0 1 165 169 97.6 4
5 The Babbage Islands 2 1 0 1 151 220 68.6 4
6 Wollongo Wallabies 2 0 0 2 222 294 75.5 0

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Aussieball Side Goes Up 2-0 In Weltmeisterschaft

Verity Smith-Jones, St. John's

The Red-Green Cricket Grounds saw a second day of amazing Aussieball play from their home boys, but with a more stressful result. However, the National Australian Football Team saw a 119-109 victory over Lontorika to lead the standings in the first Weltmeisterschaft.

After their impressive fifty point victory over Bazalonia thanks to the feet of Paris Smith of the local Reds club, the team rode the back of Dennis Blackfriar to break open a tied match in the final quarter. The Coast District star, playing in his hometown for the first time since the Battery defeated Far West in a massive Championship match that had major rioting on the Western Isle (why yes, North Chicanan is now spread over three islands and Coast District stayed with their French brethren, making a nice English-French rivalry exist on the second isle of the state) last season, taking 2.2 for the final period. He was joined by the always productive Samuel Witten with a 1.0 and Llyn Dewitt with a 1.2 to split a 13.13 link-up between the Boxers and our friends in Lontorika.

Coach Ardic Flannigan had nothing but support for the Commerce Heights-based side after the match, praising their determination to keep the game grounded but thrilled with the play of the Boxers to break the match open and score the four points for the win. The coach, using the National Team in hopes of scoring a major coaching job up from his normal role as coach at Livingston University (Home of the Pride), said he looked forward to the return match, which would see North Chicanan in the Commerce Heights Region for the first time in the nation's combined history with Chicanada.

Up next in the Weltmeisterschaft is a trip to The Babbage Islands in what should be a fun series for the Boxers at their Cardiff Cricket Grounds.

*ooc: I hate to ask Commerce Heights, but if you have a chance could you make a mockup of my team kits? I've had no time to do so and I'd love to have a set for my own records if possible*

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Postby The Babbage Islands » Sun Jun 19, 2011 12:57 pm

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Bryn: This is Bryndis Óskarsdóttir,
Scott: And this is Scott Clinton.
Bryn: We're upside down, or Down Under . . .
Scott: Actually, I think we were in Lontorika. Then we were in Cardiff, then Nitrome, now back to Cardiff tonight . . .
Bryn: Close enough! Anyway, we're covering the World Championship of Australian rules football.
Scott: I like the sound of Weltmesiterschaft myself.

Bryn: So far, the most impressive sight from the Babbage eighteen are the snazzy new uniforms.
Scott: It certainly wasn't their performance against Nitrome Island!
Bryn: True. The Bumblebees lost by 93. Ninety-three!
Scott: Aussie rules is a high-scoring game. Six-point goals come much more easily than sixes in international rules that we usually see.
Bryn: We weren't defending the mark very well. It's a part of inter rules, too, so I'm not quite sure why.
Scott: Chalk it up to merging players from six squads and changing the rules they're accustomed to, both at once.
Bryn: Maybe. I looked at the media information guide, and it's not clear what positions our folks are playing.
Scott: You won't get better information by watching them play, let me tell you.
Bryn: Nitrome lost their first match to the hosts by six, and we won ours by 24. Who knew that this spanking was coming?

Scott: So we're at 1-1, in a tie for second, but we have the lowest percentage in the field and our next match is against the first-place side.
Bryn: It's a ten match stage, so let's not get too out of sorts.
Scott: We will play the leaders in Cardiff this leg. Cardiff Cricket Club has sold out the ground for the match.
Bryn: Watch for Paris Smith and Dennis Blackfriar on the North Chicanan side of the ball. They were instrumental in their first two wins.
Scott: I'm expecting coach Kevin Flanagan to change up at fullback, and maybe one or both pockets. Local girl Sheila Thomas may get the chance to shine for her Cardiff fans.
Bryn: And Hunter Collins at centre half-forward has arguably been our best player so far. He's another Cardiff player with some hometown backers.
Scott: I'd agree with you about Hunter, or maybe ruckman Zachary Evans out of Libereco.
Bryn: So we'll be looking to get the red out of our faces and move back up in the table.

Scott: And thanks for staying with us here at B.S. all the time!
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Postby Nitrome Island » Sun Jun 19, 2011 12:59 pm

Nitrome Island won their first game of the Weltmiesterschaft after beating the Babbage Islands by a staggering 93 points.

The Babbage Islands made a dream start to the match in the first quater when Conor Webb scored 4 goals and Samuel Nelson picking up 1 behind to Nitrome Islands 3 behinds.

Nitrome Island were given the greatest team talk in history as their performance showed. Greg Smith left Isaac Brown chasing shadows as he kicked 4 goals and 6 behinds out of the teams 7 goals and 9 behinds quater tally. David Kill scored 2 goals and Edim Zayed collected 1 goal and 2 behinds. The Babbage Islands meerly scored 1 behind through Samuel Nelson leaving the score at halfway Nitrome Island 54, The Babbage Islands 26.

The 3rd quater was no better for the Babbage Islands. Despite Samuel Nelson scoring 2 goals to bring his side with in 6 points, Nitrome Island soon found their rythm again and Greg Smith Kicked 3 goals and 4 behinds, George Lammington got 2 goals and david Kill got 1 goal and 2 behinds. The score with only 1 quater remaining was Ntrome Island 96, The Babbage Islands 38.

The Babbage Islands Needed a miracle if they were going to win the match. Instead they got a nightmare. Greg Smith scored 2 goals and 4 behinds. Geoarge Lammington tore The Babbage Islands defence apart to to claim 3 goals and 1 behind. The Babbage Islans could not find a way past Liam Nolan or Tomas Duncan and finished the quater without a score. Final Score: Nitrome Island 131, The Babbage Islands 38.
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Postby Commerce Heights » Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:04 pm

Matchday 3

Lontorika 20.20.140 def. Bazalonia 4.11.35
The Babbage Islands 16.12.108 def. North Chicanan 12.11.83
Wollongo Wallabies 12.6.78 def. by Nitrome Island 25.28.178

⁠                        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA       %   Pts 
1 Nitrome Island 3 2 0 1 359 172 208.7 8
2 Lontorika 3 2 0 1 305 204 149.5 8
3 North Chicanan 3 2 0 1 302 267 113.1 8
4 The Babbage Islands 3 2 0 1 259 303 85.5 8
5 Bazalonia 3 1 0 2 266 373 71.3 4
6 Wollongo Wallabies 3 0 0 3 300 472 63.6 0


North Chicanan, I’ll post your kits tomorrow; I was going to do that and an RP today, but I spent most of that time trying to find out why my Web server went down…

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Postby North Chicanan » Sun Jun 19, 2011 10:34 pm

Commerce Heights wrote:North Chicanan, I’ll post your kits tomorrow; I was going to do that and an RP today, but I spent most of that time trying to find out why my Web server went down…


ooc: No worries, never a good thing when the Web goes down! Proper rp later today.

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2nd win-1st place

Postby Nitrome Island » Mon Jun 20, 2011 1:43 am

Nitrome Island stuck another win under their belts with a another huge win against the Wollongo Wallabies. With the team fired up frome the last match morale was high and the mood could not have been better.

The 1st quarter was the bes 1st quarter the team had in all 3 games. George Lammington was making the play and set up 3 goals for David Kill and 3 for Greg Smith. He scored a goal and 3 behinds for himself. Wollongo scored 3 goals and 2 behinds. The score after the quarter was Wollongo Wallabies 20, Nitrome Island 39.

Nitrome Island kept up the good attacking play and boosted the defence effort aswell limiting Wollongo and Mitchell Cuthbertson to only 1 goal. There could have been more goals for Wollongo but Liam Nolan made several good marks, tackles and a few blocks to keep Wollongos score to a minimum. Nitrome pushed there advantage further. Geoge Lammington won all the ball in the center of the park and did not make a mistake in anything he did with it. Edim Zayed was twice spotted unmarked by him and he got goals from both chances. Kill was able to beat his marker or steal the ball and scored 2 goals and 4 behinds. But once again the star was Greg Smith who scored 6 goals and 2 behinds from Lammingtons passing. Lammington grabbed himself 2 goals and 3 behind of his own to send the teams in at the break with a scoreline of Nitrome Island 120, Wollongo 26.

Wollongo came out to show they were not beaten yet and out scored Nitrome in the 3rd quarter. Mitchell Cuthbertson spearheaded the attack with 4 wonderful goals and 3 behinds. Sechnall Mac Giolla Mhaoil scored 2 goals forhimself and 1 behind. Adam Kibble scored 1 to add to his 2 first qaurter goals.
Nitrome Island replied with 5 goals. 3 form Smith, 1 from Zayed and 1 from Lammington. The score was little better for Wollongo by the nd of the quarter. Nitrome Island 150, Wollongo Wallabies 72.

The final quarter was full of behinds for Nitrome Island. They scored 16 behinds in all and David Kill scored 2 goals to wrap up the game. In reply Adam Kibble scored a last second consilation goal. In the end the final margin was 100 points as Nitrome Island ran out 178-78 winners.
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Postby Commerce Heights » Tue Jun 21, 2011 2:06 am

Matchday 4

Bazalonia 7.7.49 def. by Nitrome Island 12.12.84
North Chicanan 24.18.162 def. Wollongo Wallabies 7.0.42
Lontorika 0.11.11 def. by The Babbage Islands 14.42.126

⁠                        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA       %   Pts 
1 Nitrome Island 4 3 0 1 443 221 200.5 12
2 North Chicanan 4 3 0 1 464 309 150.2 12
3 The Babbage Islands 4 3 0 1 385 314 122.6 12
4 Lontorika 4 2 0 2 316 330 95.8 8
5 Bazalonia 4 1 0 3 315 457 68.9 4
6 Wollongo Wallabies 4 0 0 4 342 634 53.9 0


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Postby The Babbage Islands » Tue Jun 21, 2011 6:18 am

OOC: Margaret was having a fit. I didn't think those numbers were even possible. Time to check my formulas.
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Postby Commerce Heights » Wed Jun 22, 2011 7:01 am

Matchday 5

The Babbage Islands 22.24.156 def. Bazalonia 7.2.44
Wollongo Wallabies 6.10.46 def. by Lontorika 24.17.161
Nitrome Island 17.6.108 def. North Chicanan 15.5.95

⁠                        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA       %   Pts 
1 Nitrome Island 5 4 0 1 551 316 174.4 16
2 The Babbage Islands 5 4 0 1 541 358 151.1 16
3 North Chicanan 5 3 0 2 559 417 134.1 12
4 Lontorika 5 3 0 2 477 376 126.9 12
5 Bazalonia 5 1 0 4 359 613 58.6 4
6 Wollongo Wallabies 5 0 0 5 388 795 48.8 0


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Postby North Chicanan » Wed Jun 22, 2011 8:22 am

The Babbage Islands wrote:OOC: Margaret was having a fit. I didn't think those numbers were even possible. Time to check my formulas.


Margaret has one wicked sense of humor, I didn't think it was possible to get only 11 points.

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Even a 108-95 defeat to leaders Nitrome Island could not dimish the hopes of the Noth Chicanan Aussie side, as the team remains in 3rd place going into the back half of group play - a position that coach Ardic Flannigan was mostly pleased with.

The team had struggled against the group leaders for much of the match, until an explosive fourth quarter save the team gain 5.1 to close the gap on Nitrome Island, which only captured 1.2, enough to maintain a final 13 point lead but enough to frustrate the opponents into opening new scoring chances for the Boxers.

The team will stay on the road, heading to Bazalonia for matchday 6 action. The Boxers won the opening match so the side will be hoping to score the double and stay in the top four in the standings.

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Postby Commerce Heights » Thu Jun 23, 2011 7:02 am

Matchday 6

Bazalonia 7.10.52 def. by North Chicanan 13.10.88
Nitrome Island 26.19.175 def. Lontorika 4.2.26
Wollongo Wallabies 8.19.67 def. by The Babbage Islands 11.28.94

⁠                        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA       %   Pts 
1 Nitrome Island 6 5 0 1 726 342 212.3 20
2 The Babbage Islands 6 5 0 1 635 425 149.4 20
3 North Chicanan 6 4 0 2 647 469 138.0 16
4 Lontorika 6 3 0 3 503 551 91.3 12
5 Bazalonia 6 1 0 5 411 701 58.6 4
6 Wollongo Wallabies 6 0 0 6 455 889 51.2 0 Ausscheidungsfinale

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5 in a row

Postby Nitrome Island » Thu Jun 23, 2011 10:29 am

Nitrome Island got revenge on Lontorika for the opening day loss yesterday on a scoreline of 26.19.175 to 4.2.26.

The opening quarter could not have been worse for the visitors as Lang kicked their only score, a behind, of the quarter. Meanwhile Nitrome Island went insane. Greg Smith and debutant Joachim Stelmach were an ideal partnership up front scoring 5.5 between them. George Lammington showed he had his kicking boots on after scoring 2 goals, both from over 75 yards out. This left the score at the end of the quarter Nitrome Island 47, Lontorika 1.

Lontorika decided to show themselves in the 2nd quarter and scored 3.1, all from Akdoğan. In reply Stelmach scored 2 goals, David Kill 1.3, Greg Smith 2.1 and Lammington 1.1 leaving the gap at halfway at 68 points (N.I 88, LON 20).

Nitorme Island let all hell break loose in the 3rd quarter, for the first 10 minutes. They looked like they would score 10 goals in the quarter but ran out of steam after 10 minutes scoring 5.6. Lontroika managed a goal in the last minute through Cherry. The end of the quarter

Nitrome Islands defence steped up and was unbeaten for the 4th quarter. The attack also did well. Kill picked up 2 goals, as did Stelmach and Smith, and Lammington Scored 1.3. I the dying seconds defender Colm Goode kicked his 1st ever goal for the side to finish the match. Final score, Nitrome Island 175, Lontorika 26.
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