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RazenLeague / R-415 / Part 2

Postby Razenthuria » Tue Jun 05, 2018 7:23 pm

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Njiko RZN Reults
MD9[/I]
Old Birmingham City 0–3 Athletic New Victoria
Calix City FC 2–1 Tynedale City
A.C. Stonehenge 3–2 Navy Club
Battlebrook United 5–1 414 Christcastle
206 Mitche 2–1 A.C. 317 Roses
Saint Derby F.C. 5–4 Fullham Rangers
Emerald Cove 1–3 Peachtree F.C.

[u]MD10

Athletic New Victoria 2–1 Peachtree F.C.
Fullham Rangers 5–1 Emerald Cove
A.C. 317 Roses 1–3 Saint Derby F.C.
414 Christcastle 1–2 206 Mitche
Navy Club 0–3 Battlebrook United
Tynedale City 3–5 A.C. Stonehenge
Old Birmingham City 0–0 Calix City FC

MD11
Calix City FC 3–0 Athletic New Victoria
A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Old Birmingham City
Battlebrook United 5–3 Tynedale City
206 Mitche 5–1 Navy Club
Saint Derby F.C. 2–2 414 Christcastle
Emerald Cove 0–4 A.C. 317 Roses
Peachtree F.C. 3–5 Fullham Rangers

MD12
Athletic New Victoria 1–2 Fullham Rangers
A.C. 317 Roses 5–1 Peachtree F.C.
414 Christcastle 0–1 Emerald Cove
Navy Club 4–0 Saint Derby F.C.
Tynedale City 3–3 206 Mitche
Old Birmingham City 1–3 Battlebrook United
Calix City FC 3–1 A.C. Stonehenge

MD13
A.C. Stonehenge 1–3 Athletic New Victoria
Battlebrook United 2–0 Calix City FC
206 Mitche 1–0 Old Birmingham City
Saint Derby F.C. 3–0 Tynedale City
Emerald Cove 0–2 Navy Club
Peachtree F.C. 5–3 414 Christcastle
Fullham Rangers 2–4 A.C. 317 Roses

MD14
Athletic New Victoria 2–4 A.C. 317 Roses
Fullham Rangers 7–2 414 Christcastle
Peachtree F.C. 0–0 Navy Club
Emerald Cove 0–2 Tynedale City
Saint Derby F.C. 3–0 Old Birmingham City
206 Mitche 2–2 Calix City FC
Battlebrook United 4–5 A.C. Stonehenge

MD15
Battlebrook United 1–3 Athletic New Victoria
A.C. Stonehenge 5–2 206 Mitche
Calix City FC 2–4 Saint Derby F.C.
Old Birmingham City 1–3 Emerald Cove
Tynedale City 4–1 Peachtree F.C.
Navy Club 0–0 Fullham Rangers
414 Christcastle 1–4 A.C. 317 Roses

MD16
Athletic New Victoria 5–0 414 Christcastle
A.C. 317 Roses 6–5 Navy Club
Fullham Rangers 2–2 Tynedale City
Peachtree F.C. 1–0 Old Birmingham City
Emerald Cove 2–4 Calix City FC
Saint Derby F.C. 2–3 A.C. Stonehenge
206 Mitche 3–2 Battlebrook United


MATCHDAY 9 - And we're back to Njiko RZN action, after the prolonged international break, Razen internationals and [most] foreign internationals are back from their respective teams, either from the Cup of Harmony or form the World Cup finals, back to league action, and A.C. Stonehenge looks to get right back into the drivers seat, as take home a big 3-2 win. Navy Club is at the receiving end of that battering moment, they've only won one game, is it cause for concern in Port Perrington? Peachtree continues to dazzle as the newcomer team, they're in second place, taking on fellow newcomers Emerald Cove, and a 3-1 beat down proved they're the class of the newcomers. Not too much else action, my god, the current state of the Roses is terrible, they were expected to be a good team this year, and yet...they're suffering?

MATCHDAY 10 - Stonehenge has only lost one game and for good reason too, this all-star cast they've put together at the front? Well...its impenetrable, Heartland is still slow coming online, but notably, he got is seventh goal in this utter beat down on Tynedale, Tynedale's suffering massive injuries on its flanks and its obviously showing as they can't put up to easily against Stonehenge despite a good dose of three goals from themselves. Ginaluc de Oca, the Cosumarite rookie goalie is certainly going to be a commodity in coming years, given he continues to improve, he needs to work on coordination too, especially against lesser opponents. And my god...Fullham, stop! In the name of the Gods, Fullham walking away with a huge game, its as if they don't need Kevin Kyrell to rack up their goals, a 5-1 game sees Emerald Cove silence in a terrible fashion, we're really wondering why Fullham's struggling with the high-octane potential they've got. And Navy Club's woes continue, a 3-nil loss to Battlebrook, right now, the losses are mounting,

MATCHDAY 11 - A high-scoring weak in Njiko RZN, the acceleration pedal was slowed down with league-leaders A.C. Stonehenge, settling for a quiet 1-nil victory of Old Birmingham City, Fybbers with the lone goal. Is this season shaping to be a legendary one for Stonehenge; they certainly could set the club record for wins which was set two season ago by...you guessed it, the Birmingham Boys, who reigned supreme that year en route to 26 wins, the power Stonehenge possesses along with arguably the best manager in the league in Christopher Tajo Mendez makes for a dangerous side. Calix gets a surprising home win against the Purple Swans, we're wondering if the Swans are annoyed with that loss, a 3-nil loss taken against all teams - Calix City. The Fullham Rangers topple Peachtree F.C., cruising home to a 5-3 victory after a stunning comeback in the 64th minute, scoring four unanswered goals to cake up a victory. Walk in the park as the Sailos Derby continues, pitting Port Perrington sides 206 Mitche and Navy Club against one-another, and 206 Mitche comes out on top in a 5-1 one walloping of Navy Club; are the Midshipmen already facing relegation?

MATCHDAY 12 - How concerned are you for Navy Club? Many of the Midshipmen supporters are scared of seeing the side knocked down to RazenLeague 2, as they continue to dwell int eh last-place position, suffering what would be automatic relegation if the season were over today, however, a 4-nil win should offer some sort of comfort for the side which has gone thru a lot this season. Still, there's no permament manager on the bench, an interim manager in Ezekiel Bowett is the closest they have to a manager and certainly you can't place all the blame on him. Tysdy Meno, the Audisolav has already hinted that he'll be departing to a better team at seasons end, the Audisolav has scored 10 of his sides sixteen goals and it if weren't for the fat that he places for the worse side in Njiko RZN, he certainly would be in consideration for Youth Player of the Season. Stonehenge suffered their second loss of the season, to Calix City - is this just a streak of good luck for Calix City or are they actually forming signs of the potential they possess? Pierre Denton's side contains considerable amounts of talent that can be exposed and bred well if this continues, I expect there will be high demand for Denton's players in two years for the rest of Razenthuria's Njiko RZN sides. Denton's contract also expires in two years.

MATCHDAY 13 - Peachtree's CRACKING! But they're not cracking yet, they're stay alive running on fumes as they manage to win outlasting a barrage of CHristcastle firepower in the dying minutes, winning and hanging on to a 5-3 victory in front of 22,000 at City of Peachtree Stadium in downtown Peachtree. Peachtree's win comes at a time where the club's been suffering heavy losses, following their god-like star to the season - you remember, they only lost two games to start the season, their side has come crumbling apart, showing off their true flaws as a former second-division side. Remember the Roses? The side were were scared about three matchdays ago? Well, I can concur that Cuthbert Chanceler has heard my concerns, the Roses have stepped up, coming off a big win at the Fullham Dome, as they beat the Rangers 4-2 in front of a huge home crowd, they'll be heading home with high hope in their hearts, its been a rowdy start to the season for them, but I'm fully sure they can now find their ways into the top-5 by seasons end. Also, it looks as if the expansion teams are both headed for the relegation zone, following the mid-level starts from both Emerald Cove and 414 Christcastle, the latter has now overtaken Navy Club as the worst team in the league and Emerald Cove is not far behind.

MATCHDAY 14 - Tommy Cox-Jean is confirmed as being out for the season, the man who had masterfully scored seventeen goals for Athletic New Victoria, perfectly the Purple Swans is not out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL, this now means that the attack of the Swans - which has been blown out already by losing national team star, Yellis Eugene to the Acronian side AFC Defense; will now be further slowed without Cox-Jean. Losing 2-nil to A.C. Stonehenge didn't help in anyway, of course, I expect that Victor Kingsley still has a few tricks in his bag, he'll likely be looking to shift to a completely defensive outlook not to preserve a midplace in the rankings, and of course, it'll be back to attempting to win another Cup of the Raza and the ever-elusive RFA SuperCup. I'm not completely sure as to whats the plan from 414 Christcastle, I hear they were good(?) about seven weeks ago during matchday 7, but that's been quickly replaced with fear and doubt. And of course, losing 7-2 to Fullham does do that to you, so perhaps this needs some prayer and rest. L-O-L. Emerald Cove also joins them as the next side to hold the L, as they fall into 13th place, at this point, it should be a battle between those two as to not be in the automatic relegation spot, don't you think? And its not to blame on Emerald Cove - they've got good players, but c'mon - not this year's edition.

MATCHDAY 15 - I almost laugh with the predicitons I made eight weeks ago-ish on who I expected to stand out, to Navy Club - you basically have no concerns for relegation, 414 Christcastle is simply utter trash, this time, suffering 4-1 loss to the Roses. The Roses are a side who I labeled at not able to compete with the big boys and boy, was I wrong - have you seen them thus far? They've stepped up their campaign, I'm wondering if they'll be able to catch up with Stonehenge again, remember last season? It went on in a might battle between the two until the final five matchdays when Stonehenge pulled away for the title, but - the Roses are a good side this year, Gunther Shawcroft is a start, even at 33 he's proving that coming to Razenthuria wasn't for retirement purposes, he finds hide eighteenth goal of the season, he's seemingly done well, plaing as a CAM for much of the pat fourth of the season. The Roses are one of those rare teams who will always been in the conversation as long as Chanceler is manning the ship, Chanceler's never won a title, but the worst he's finished with any team is xith, and remember, turning a club like Tynedale, who was tenth the year before to third requires a heavy amount of work, this was in R-412 where he really got his start. Now, I don't think he'll win a title for a bit, Tajo Mendez will need to absolutely not work out for Stonehenge, but, Chanceler can sneak on team possibly. Oh, and Peachtree's in freefall mode, officially.

MATCHDAY 16 - A high-scoring week ends the first half of the Njiko RZN season, this time as the Purple Swans are the highlight of the day, The Jewel was packed to the brim as a supposedly attack-less side in the Swans takes 414 Christcastle on a ride, dancing off with a 5-nil victory thru the night. Of course, to add insult to the injury, they were fielding their B-team for the match, and goals came flying in at every second of the match - Victor Kingsley has done surprisingly well with his new pairings in the midfield, Toré Na'Verii, the gifted midfielder who takes over for Eugene's roll did well, he scored himself a goal, his fourth of the season. Another big matchup in Ogasake, where the Roses lay waste to Christcastle, settling it with a 5-nil demolition wrecking crew against the side. It would be problematic for the side to have considered dropping points, and of course, we now stare at the Roses hugging the fourth spot. But is that saying much? Only six points - yep folks, that two wins - separate the second-place team and the tenth-place team, so, right now, its really infair to call how this season's going to go. Unless, well, I think Stonehenge's going to run away with their second title, after that, anything could happen folks.





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A.C. Stonehenge is still clearly the best team in Njiko RZN, and as if to rub it in the other team's faces, Matchdays 15 and 16 saw the Razen side field B-Team lineups, in which they walked away with a 5-2 victory (over 206 Mitche) and a 3-2 dub, this time over St. Derby. If anything is clear, its that Stonehenge is the best side in Njiko RZN, and alas, Christoper Tajo Mendez is battle-tested with these games, coming off highly-interesting ones, we'll love to see how he does leading the side for the second half of training. Fullham's the other side to keep your eye on, national team assistant, Peter Fermen is back - and he's looking to guide his side up, Fermen didn't have a wonderful season last season, but I'm sure he's looking to make up for lost ground with the side this time around. The rest of the way down, thinks look the same, there's not too much going on - Peachtree F.C. is a surprising note, however, they'll likely tank as the season goes on. Below that, the Birmingham Boys, who purged the line-up for the start of this season, instead opting for youth are now looking to simply avoid relegation, there's much work to do for them looking forth.

---Njiko RZN  / R-415         Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 A.C. Stonehenge 16 13 0 3 48 30 +18 39
2 Fullham Rangers 16 8 3 5 48 36 +12 27
3 Battlebrook United 16 8 3 5 41 32 +9 27
4 A.C. 317 Roses 16 8 2 6 38 29 +9 26
5 Athletic New Victoria 16 8 2 6 29 23 +6 26
6 Peachtree F.C. 16 8 2 6 32 32 0 26
7 206 Mitche 16 7 3 6 29 27 +2 24
8 Saint Derby F.C. 16 6 4 6 36 35 +1 22
9 Tynedale City 16 6 4 6 32 35 −3 22
10 Calix City FC 16 5 6 5 23 27 −4 21
11 Emerald Cove 16 4 4 8 19 32 −13 16
12 Old Birmingham City 16 4 2 10 16 22 −6 14
13 Navy Club 16 3 5 8 23 30 −7 14
14 414 Christcastle 16 3 2 11 27 51 −24 11



    Golden Boot: Image Efrom Heartland - 23 (A.C. Stonehenge)


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The rankings remain mostly stoic in the second division as Applegate City continues to eye that automatic promotion, given they replicate the same success they had in the first half of RazenLeague 2 play, I'll give a safe bet they usurp either Navy Club's or 414 Christcastle's spot in Njiko RZN next season. Equally compelling are the three-bit clique of Reading Athletic, Club Everbren and Blue Coast 381 - all three sides are within a point of the second place spot and they'll be gunning to make room and jockey for the second sot as it looks as if Applegate City has already ran off with the top spot needed. Below them, its a pure melee race, the Burnley Rovers are just groveling in their failures, falling to fifth in the second division, its a big fall from grace from a side we were so high on four years ago. You remember that? When they came within a hair of third place and lost in the Cup of the Raza final? We were so sure of them. Below them is a hashpash of unknowns and names we're not too familiar with, as you know four teams will go down at the end of the season, there's no relegation play-offs, so the battle for the Top-12 begins Matchday 17.

---RazenLeague 2 / R-415        Pld       W      D      L       GF      GA      GD      Pts 
1 Applegate City 16 11 4 1 43 25 +18 37
2 Reading Athletic 16 9 3 4 30 25 +5 30
3 Club Everbren 16 8 5 3 29 20 +9 29
4 Blue Coast 381 16 7 7 2 16 9 +7 28
5 Burnley Rovers S.C. 16 7 4 5 30 28 +2 25
6 Astoriya Park Celtics 16 6 6 4 28 26 +2 24
7 North Hathmond 16 6 3 7 26 29 −3 21
8 Brookhaven Town 16 6 3 7 16 20 −4 21
9 Dragonpool 16 5 5 6 30 32 −2 20
10 Triton Valley 16 6 2 8 26 31 −5 20
11 FC Manitoba 16 4 7 5 34 34 0 19
12 Haverpool Dons 16 5 4 7 26 27 −1 19
13 Old York FC 16 4 4 8 33 36 −3 16
14 F.C. Willingwood 16 3 6 7 24 28 −4 15
15 Sporting Elcmester 16 3 4 9 25 38 −13 13
16 Rasen Remus 16 2 5 9 5 13 −8 11


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How does it feel to only have won one game this entire season? Ah, these are the questions you only look to the third division too for answers. Long hailed as the wierdos division, you best not be demoted to these backwoods of the Razen pyramid, if you go any lower? Well then, you're just an awful little chump. As expected, Ten Mountains hold steady on their high position, but Illvermorny is making hard gains, only five points behind the Mountaineers for the top spot, this season's been quite dull and a very low-scoring affair, I don't know how much low-scoring games these teams can handle. I predict that Ten Mountains will run away with this, and AFC Querjiban should be of notice too, they shipped off a young youth player to a Banijan top league side last week, supposedly a youth player in the making with raw talent. Who handles this season will be all the questions, these are the minor cities that are trying to become big hustlers, so don't expect much coverage. Ten Mountains by far the best of the bunch.

---RazenLeague 3 / R-415                       Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Ten Mountains Mountaineers United F.C. 16 13 1 2 28 10 +18 40
2 Illvermorny Pudwugees 16 11 2 3 25 12 +13 35
3 Athletic Manchester 16 11 1 4 34 18 +16 34
4 Brentbury Port 16 9 5 2 37 20 +17 32
5 AFC Querjiban 16 9 4 3 35 23 +12 31
6 A.C. Buckingstone 16 8 3 5 40 26 +14 27
7 F.C. Willmak Falls 16 8 2 6 22 13 +9 26
8 Islingwood City 16 6 4 6 33 31 +2 22
9 Petersburg City 16 5 7 4 24 24 0 22
10 F.C. Grandmore 16 6 2 8 23 25 −2 20
11 Warshire United F.C. 16 4 6 6 23 25 −2 18
12 Oakham City 16 4 2 10 23 35 −12 14
13 Club Calix 16 3 4 9 21 37 −16 13
14 Ellingway Town 16 3 3 10 15 29 −14 12
15 North Hampton 16 2 2 12 13 43 −30 8
16 Foxbridge Wonderers 16 1 2 13 6 31 −25 5





First Division (North)

---RaznLeague - 1DN / R-415    Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Limingshire Fire 28 19 7 2 67 45 +22 64
2 Eventry 28 19 6 3 81 41 +40 63
3 Freston F.C. 28 17 9 2 61 34 +27 60
4 Clube de Calix S.C. 28 14 9 5 72 47 +25 51
5 Ravencourt Pillagers 28 15 5 8 67 43 +24 50
6 AFC Yorkcaster 28 12 11 5 54 39 +15 47
7 Rivernest City 28 13 7 8 62 55 +7 46
8 F.C. Ellingvern 28 14 3 11 54 50 +4 45
9 East Roding F.C. 28 14 3 11 53 49 +4 45
10 Allerminister 28 6 8 14 54 65 −11 26
11 Angels of Rockdover 28 7 5 16 44 64 −20 26
12 Sabrook City F.C. 28 6 8 14 40 64 −24 26
13 Islingwood United 28 4 5 19 34 69 −35 17
14 City of Hampdover 28 2 6 20 36 71 −35 12
15 Horsbrook Patties 28 0 4 24 25 68 −43 4


First Division (South)

---RazenLeague - 1DS / R-415   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Litchmont Road 28 14 6 8 54 51 +3 48
2 Readsent City 28 13 4 11 50 45 +5 43
3 Maywell County 28 12 7 9 54 52 +2 43
4 Athletic Calix 28 12 7 9 56 55 +1 43
5 Stamlo City 28 11 9 8 49 42 +7 42
6 F.C. Dursley 28 11 9 8 53 47 +6 42
7 Trenchmont Landing 28 11 9 8 59 54 +5 42
8 A.C. Gloucaster 28 12 4 12 56 61 −5 40
9 Firewall 28 11 6 11 64 52 +12 39
10 Harstead South End 28 11 6 11 44 46 −2 39
11 Greengate F.C. 28 9 7 12 57 53 +4 34
12 F.C. Dolverhampton 28 8 10 10 62 68 −6 34
13 Qurengard City 28 9 5 14 54 58 −4 32
14 Everdeen Tynedale 28 7 9 12 47 60 −13 30
15 S.C. Richwood 28 5 10 13 54 69 −15 25


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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.
Cup of the Raza / R-415 - Round of 40
    Upsets in bold
    Ten Mountains Mountaineers (RL3) 1–0 Peachtree F.C. (RZN) 0-0, 1-0
    Navy Club (RZN) 1–0 Clube de Calix F.C. (1FDN) 0-0, 1-0
    Saint Derby F.C. (RZN) 2–0 Old York FC (RL2) 0-0, 2-0
    Greengate F.C. (1FDS) 2–3 Athletic New Victoria (RZN) 1-0, 1-3
    F.C. Willingwood (RL2) 1–0 Eventry (1FDN) 0-0, 1-0
    Blue Coast 381 (RL2) 3–0 Islingwood City (RL3) q-0, 1-0
    Astoriya Park Celtics (RL2) 4–3 Triton Valley (RL2) 0-2, 4-1
    F.C. Grandmore (RL3) 1–5 Battlebrook United (RZN) 0-4, 1-1
    AFC Querjiban (RL3) 1–2 Athletic Manchester (RL3) 0-0, 1-2
    A.C. Perrington (RL3) 0–2 Haverpool Dons (RL2) 0-2, -0
    Brookhaven FC (RL2) 4–1 Illvermorny Pudwugees (RL3) 4-0, -1
    North Hathmond (RL2) 4-2 Calix City FC (RZN) (1–1 AET) 2-1, 2-1
    City of Hampdover (1FDN) 0–4 Applegate City (RL2) 0-3, 0-1
    Welshton Rovers (RL2) 3–0 Rivernest City (1FDN) 2-0, 1-0
    Burnley Rovers SC (RL2) 3–4 A.C. 317 Roses (RZN) 2-0, 1-4
    S.C. Richwood (1FDS) 7–6 Old Birmingham City (RZN) 1-3, 6-3
    AFC Querjiban (RL3) 1–2 Brentbury Port (RL2) 0-0, 1-2
    A.C. Stonehenge (RZN) 3–2 Reading Athletic (RL2) 0-2, 3-0
    Sporting Elcmester (RL2) 5–1 Oakham City (RL3) 4-1, 1-0
    Sanbrook City F.C. (1FDN) 0–2 Club Calix (RL3) 0-2, 0-0
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RazenLeague / R-415 / Part 3

Postby Razenthuria » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:52 pm

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Njiko RZN Reults
MD17
206 Mitche 0–2 Athletic New Victoria
Battlebrook United 5–2 Saint Derby F.C.
A.C. Stonehenge 5–1 Emerald Cove
Calix City FC 1–0 Peachtree F.C.
Old Birmingham City 1–1 Fullham Rangers
Tynedale City 0–1 A.C. 317 Roses
Navy Club 5–0 414 Christcastle

MD18
Athletic New Victoria 2–0 Navy Club
414 Christcastle 0–2 Tynedale City
A.C. 317 Roses 5–2 Old Birmingham City
Fullham Rangers 2–3 Calix City FC
Peachtree F.C. 2–3 A.C. Stonehenge
Emerald Cove 2–3 Battlebrook United
Saint Derby F.C. 1–0 206 Mitche

MD19
Saint Derby F.C. 3–1 Athletic New Victoria
206 Mitche 3–0 Emerald Cove
Battlebrook United 0–0 Peachtree F.C.
A.C. Stonehenge 2–0 Fullham Rangers
Calix City FC 3–0 A.C. 317 Roses
Old Birmingham City 2–1 414 Christcastle
Tynedale City 2–4 Navy Club

MD20
Athletic New Victoria 2–0 Tynedale City
Navy Club 3–0 Old Birmingham City
414 Christcastle 0–3 Calix City FC
A.C. 317 Roses 1–2 A.C. Stonehenge
Fullham Rangers 2–1 Battlebrook United
Peachtree F.C. 0–2 206 Mitche
Emerald Cove 3–3 Saint Derby F.C.

MD21
Emerald Cove 0–1 Athletic New Victoria
Saint Derby F.C. 3–3 Peachtree F.C.
206 Mitche 2–3 Fullham Rangers
Battlebrook United 2–1 A.C. 317 Roses
A.C. Stonehenge 5–0 414 Christcastle
Calix City FC 0–3 Navy Club
Old Birmingham City 2–2 Tynedale City

MD22
Athletic New Victoria 4–0 Old Birmingham City
Tynedale City 0–0 Calix City FC
Navy Club 3–2 A.C. Stonehenge
414 Christcastle 3–3 Battlebrook United
A.C. 317 Roses 4–3 206 Mitche
Fullham Rangers 2–1 Saint Derby F.C.
Peachtree F.C. 2–1 Emerald Cove

MD23
Peachtree F.C. 1–2 Athletic New Victoria
Emerald Cove 2–4 Fullham Rangers
Saint Derby F.C. 2–3 A.C. 317 Roses
206 Mitche 2–1 414 Christcastle
Battlebrook United 3–2 Navy Club
A.C. Stonehenge 1–2 Tynedale City
Calix City FC 1–0 Old Birmingham City


MD24
Athletic New Victoria 1–0 Calix City FC
Old Birmingham City 1–2 A.C. Stonehenge
Tynedale City 1–3 Battlebrook United
Navy Club 3–2 206 Mitche
414 Christcastle 1–2 Saint Derby F.C.
A.C. 317 Roses 7–2 Emerald Cove
Fullham Rangers 5–3 Peachtree F.C.


MATCHDAY 17 - Nothing to surprising, A.C. Stonehenge opened the third lef of the season with a 5-1 thrashing of Emerald Cove, the only woe is that de Oca allowed a goal, oh the horror :sAdFaCe:, right? Stonehenge is by far going to run a way with this title, I mean of course, Battlebrook's put together a cute, little ship over there, and no disrespect to Birmingham Union - what he's done with Battlebrook us respectable in his own right and he'll probably be the best Razen manager to never win a domestic title, but come on; in seriousness, who's going to derail an inevitable march to the title from Tajo Mendez and his squad? 5-1 thrashings happen rarely, and of course, not much can be put on the name of expansion side Emerald Cove, made up entirely of academy players, but this is...a low for them even. Around the league, the Purple Swans are good but, even Tomym Cox-Jean's heroics probably won't ben enough to seen them to UICA again. Yellis Eugene was the glue to that roster last season, and although they're in a similar position as last year, that spark, that drive...its just not on this roster. Victor Kingsley, the manager is probably gone this offseason.

MATCHDAY 18 - Are the Roses gunning for another 'attack on Titan'-like run this season? Cuthbert Chanceler's side starte off the first quarter of the season looking like a team readied for relegation, however, this team has rebounded, surprisingly fast, a 5-2 victory this week only puts them higher on the list. Shawcroft at 33 remains a transition piece that has blossomed into a star, the Nepharan player has accounted for seventeen goals, and his foot seems to still be working, this time with a thirty-four yeard volley from out that sent the team up to a 5-2 easy grabs win. Elsewhere, Tynedale City continues to quietly and gently ease their way out of their position, moving up the ranks ever-so-slowly, this new leadership has them bent on a top-8 finish. I'm proud to say personally, as a Tynedale fan that we could very well see a change of guard.... in 100 years. As long as the managing powers of Tajo Mendez, Chanceler, Union and Fermen - even possibly, to a degree, the man at ANV - Kingsley are in charge of their respective teams, its very unlikely that we see a new side emerge. Ike Xavier is looking less-and-less like the former manager he was, the one who readied and pushed Fullham and guided them to the top of the Razen footballing mountain in R-407, and twice more in -409 and -410. He sweetened the pot when he went to Old Birmingham City and lead the side on a 3-loss, 1-draw campaign that left them with the highest-points achieved in a Njiko RZN season. Since then, his side has been in freefall with the fame "Four Horsemen" all retired. Now, he has a bunch of young pieces and is in for a long retooling process.

MATCHDAY 19 - Two years ago Pierre Denton was a fifty-three year-old bartender at a club in downtown Tynedale, catering to the youthful vagrants who carted thru his club, where is he now? The revolutionary manager at the helm of the ambitious rebuild that's happening in Razenthuria's most-recognizable city, that's the mecca, Calix City - yea, the one who's gotten on the map because of gridiron...? But, don't take off their other talents, Calix City's side, uh...Calix City F.C. - yes a great name; have grown from the unknown side to one who have rising stars in their pipelines. Of course, there are many who doubt Denton, and Denton's no flashy man, he wears a tracksuit to their games - but Denton is undeniably a game-changer, he's been brought in to rehaul the Calix program, and of course, losing to RazenLeague 2 mid-level side, North Hatmond 4-2 on aggregate doesn't seem great, but this team is undoubtedly a side of youth. Tajo Mendez, the Devontan national team skipper even gave nod to the youth, calling Kelly Reven an excellent youth player - Reven is expected to play at the upcoming Sporting World Cup in Free Republics, although usually coming off this bench, he has shown much. Not to be confused with Kaleigh Reven, his sister, a starter. In other news, the battle for not falling into relegation has been split between three sides - Tynedale City, Navy Club and Old Birmingham City, we'll breal down their weaknesses in this week's publication of SN Magazine on your doorsteps, but all three have their own strengthens - Tynedale City's playing of pure experience, Navy Club's got physicality that others lack and the Birmingham Boys...ooof. They're relying on their manager essentially to engineer some godsend like he always does.

MATCHDAY 20 - You do remember the days (weeks?) when we called Peachtree F.C. a bona fide team that could shock some Njiko RZN sides in their first months up from promotion? I laugh in hindsight of my ill-thought comments, any upsetting they've done is for the vast part completed, they're plummeting and they're plummeting fast; at this point, Ike Xavier is willing them to fall to twelfth place so the Birmingham Boys can avoid the perilous relegation gauntlet. And Peachtree F.C. wasn't really expected to contend with the big boys, the Roses were weak eraly on, sure - but that's what's bound to happen when your best player (Shawcroft) is out for five weeks like he was, sustaining a sprain. Included, that was the time when we thought that Saint Dery were finally going to get relegated to the second tier, despite Hikvon's famous goal-scoring antics. Of course, how wrong were we, now, look at this, I'm safely betting that Peachtree F.C. is going to finish in the gutter, a 12th-place finish would be simply a huge relief for a side which relies on...[insert name here ]...for their talent? Peachtree F.C. wasn't the class of the RazenLeague 2, mind you Manitoba F.C. was, however, changes have been made for the RFA in regards to footballing to ensure that doesn't happen again. Included, this time, two teams will be promoted to the top tier - RazenLeague is expected to add a new team and then of course the 14th-plaed team is relegated. A possibility of a third team joining the league if the relegation battle goes in favor of the second tier. Not much an exciting week, although Navy Club delivers the hammer to the Birmingham Boys, 3-nil.

MATCHDAY 21 - Truly, how bad can you get? THat's the question we've continued to ponder for this side that is 414 Christcastle, 3 wins? Three wins in 21 games, friends - and to blame Gordon Heyward is by far one fo the stupidest things proposed, Heyward's only supposedly good players it eh Brenecian goalie Austrih and Gumiave, the Acronian, but this...this is a terrible campaign. And Heyward needs a lot of credit for what he did before coming here - St. Derby is his crowning achievement, engineering a 5th-and-3rd-place Njiko RZN finish in R-411 and -412, since then, and then there was the whole come-from-behind R-414 campaign that saw him hit stardom. But is it too late to turn around 414 Christcastle? They're steamrolling in a hurry for RazenLeague 2 and I regret to say that I really doubt that Heyward wants to stay on board for the long-term rebuild...and its going to be a long term one, the state of this franchise is tattered and destroyed and well, its only been one season on the professional circuit. Of course, what do you expect - you rushed out a side in one year and this is the result of a tattered group that saw ownership split three times. The RFA even said themselves, this is a joke and never should've been created, much to the dismay of Christcastle supporters. Anyways, with the RFA Chairmanship looming, there are no doubt heavy questions move forward as to who will be leading the RFA, more on that later.

MATCHDAY 22 - Two word: Navy Club.

MATCHDAY 23 - Chinks in the armour? I think not, although two straight losses from A.C. Stonehenge means they're only sitting thee wins and a draw above Athletic New Victoria - of, round of standing ovation for the complete turnaround and surprising run hat Athletic New Victoria's on - if only Navy Club could get their shit together, I see a reemergence of the 'Big 4' - that's the Purple Swans, Stonehenge, the Rangers and the Midshipmen, arguably the strongest of the Njiko RZN sides during the pre-UICA years, of course, A.C. 317 Roses now would put up a protest to that notion, but we keenly remind you that the Roses have yet to lift the Njiko RZN season title and had yet to stumble upon a truly life-changing manager until Chanceler arrived. Meanwhile, the thought that Stonehenge is cracking is an unfounded theory, they're resting the majority of their starts and suffered two back-to-back losses, they're still going to win this season's title, the Gods have determined it. Shoutout to Calix City, Pierre Denton's slowly building together a program to behold out there.

MATCHDAY 24 - HOLD MY AMBROSIA. MABEZA, LORDS I AM HAVING A HEART ATTACK. 7-2! 7-2!!! Cuthbert Chanceler is a king tonight as the Roses utterly demolish the Christcastle side in a 7-2 game, Shawcroft has hat-trick and then some, racking up four more goals to add to his league-leading 31 goals on the season thus far, and the Roses dance lie kings tonight! Chanceler is a miracle worker, he's done it again and this time, there's other competitors, Chanceler faces a daunting task in guiding the Roses forward, with the Rangers, the Purple Swans and Battlebrook all standing in the Roses way of a battle for second-place. At this point, the real question should be who wins Manager of the Season - Tajo Mendez has emerged as the favorite, but you can't discount the entirely complete turnaround Victor Kingsley has done - of course, he won it last year - Birmingham Union is making a strong and silent case for why he deserves the nod, and arguably, at seventy-three he needs a sending-off party. He has hinted this will be his final season at the helm, leukemia has advanced and ravished his body, unfortunately.





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---Njiko RZN  / R-415         Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 A.C. Stonehenge 24 19 0 5 70 40 +30 57
2 Athletic New Victoria 24 15 2 7 44 27 +17 47
3 Battlebrook United 24 13 5 6 61 45 +16 44
4 Fullham Rangers 24 13 4 7 67 51 +16 43
5 A.C. 317 Roses 24 13 2 9 60 45 +15 41
6 Calix City FC 24 10 7 7 34 33 +1 37
7 206 Mitche 24 10 3 11 43 41 +2 33
8 Saint Derby F.C. 24 9 6 9 53 53 0 33
9 Navy Club 24 9 5 10 46 41 +5 32
10 Peachtree F.C. 24 9 4 11 43 49 −6 31
11 Tynedale City 24 8 6 10 41 48 −7 30
12 Old Birmingham City 24 5 4 15 24 41 −17 19
13 Emerald Cove 24 4 5 15 30 60 −30 17
14 414 Christcastle 24 3 3 18 33 75 −42 12



    Golden Boot: Image Shawcroft - 31 (A.C. 317 Roses)


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---RazenLeague 2 / R-415        Pld       W      D      L       GF      GA      GD      Pts 
1 Applegate City 24 17 6 1 59 31 +28 57
2 Reading Athletic 24 14 4 6 48 36 +12 46
3 Club Everbren 24 11 7 6 48 39 +9 40
4 Blue Coast 381 24 9 11 4 19 14 +5 38
5 Burnley Rovers S.C. 24 11 5 8 43 39 +4 38
6 FC Manitoba 24 8 9 7 44 41 +3 33
7 Dragonpool 24 8 8 8 49 48 +1 32
8 North Hathmond 24 8 8 8 37 38 −1 32
9 Astoriya Park Celtics 24 8 8 8 44 50 −6 32
10 Triton Valley 24 9 4 11 36 42 −6 31
11 Haverpool Dons 24 8 6 10 37 38 −1 30
12 Old York FC 24 8 5 11 54 50 +4 29
13 Brookhaven Town 24 7 6 11 21 28 −7 27
14 Sporting Elcmester 24 5 6 13 40 59 −19 21
15 F.C. Willingwood 24 3 11 10 37 48 −11 20
16 Rasen Remus 24 3 6 15 10 25 −15 15


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---RazenLeague 3 / R-415                       Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Ten Mountains Mountaineers United F.C. 24 17 2 5 38 18 +20 53
2 Brentbury Port 24 15 6 3 52 23 +29 51
3 AFC Querjiban 24 15 4 5 52 31 +21 49
4 Athletic Manchester 24 14 4 6 54 33 +21 46
5 Illvermotny Pudwugees 24 13 6 5 31 17 +14 45
6 A.C. Buckingstone 24 13 4 7 60 35 +25 43
7 F.C. Willmak Falls 24 11 4 9 37 30 +7 37
8 Petersburg City 24 9 9 6 40 38 +2 36
9 Islingwood City 24 8 6 10 45 46 −1 30
10 F.C. Grandmore 24 9 3 12 34 39 −5 30
11 Warshire United F.C. 24 4 12 8 29 33 −4 24
12 Oakham City 24 6 6 12 35 50 −15 24
13 Club Calix 24 5 6 13 35 59 −24 21
14 Ellingway Town 24 4 6 14 21 44 −23 18
15 North Hampton 24 4 4 16 28 64 −36 16
16 Foxbridge Wonderers 24 2 4 18 8 39 −31 10





First Division (North)

---RaznLeague - 1DN / R-415    Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Eventry 42 29 8 5 116 62 +54 95
2 Freston F.C. 42 26 13 3 99 54 +45 91
3 Limingshire Fire 42 27 10 5 98 62 +36 91
4 Rivernest City 42 24 9 9 99 76 +23 81
5 Clube de Calix S.C. 42 22 13 7 97 61 +36 79
6 AFC Yorkcaster 42 20 15 7 94 67 +27 75
7 Ravencourt Pillagers 42 21 8 13 90 62 +28 71
8 F.C. Ellingvern 42 19 6 17 81 75 +6 63
9 East Roding F.C. 42 19 4 19 81 80 +1 61
10 Angels of Rockdover 42 12 9 21 83 100 −17 45
11 Allerminister 42 9 11 22 77 98 −21 38
12 Sabrook City F.C. 42 7 12 23 60 97 −37 33
13 Islingwood United 42 6 7 29 54 109 −55 25
14 City of Hampdover 42 3 9 30 50 112 −62 18
15 Horsbrook Patties 42 0 8 34 38 102 −64 8


First Division (South)

---RazenLeague - 1DS / R-415   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
1 Athletic Calix 42 18 12 12 84 75 +9 66
2 Maywell County 42 18 11 13 84 76 +8 65
3 Litchmont Road 42 18 10 14 90 85 +5 64
4 Trenchmont Landing 42 16 14 12 80 75 +5 62
5 F.C. Dolverhampton 42 16 14 12 103 100 +3 62
6 F.C. Dursley 42 16 13 13 84 78 +6 61
7 Stamlo City 42 16 13 13 81 77 +4 61
8 Readsent City 42 18 6 18 81 79 +2 60
9 A.C. Gloucaster 42 17 9 16 90 96 −6 60
10 Firewall 42 16 9 17 90 82 +8 57
11 Harstead South End 42 15 12 15 73 75 −2 57
12 Qurengard City 42 12 12 18 82 88 −6 48
13 Greengate F.C. 42 12 11 19 87 87 0 47
14 Everdeen Tynedale 42 11 12 19 70 91 −21 45
15 S.C. Richwood 42 9 16 17 84 99 −15 43


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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.
Cup of the Raza / R-415 - Round of 40
    Upsets in bold
    Brookhaven FC (RL2) 6–3 Club Calix (RL3)
    Sporting Elcmester (RL2) 0–1 Applegate City (RL2) 0-0, 0-1
    Brentbury Port (RL2) 0–1 F.C. Willingwood (RL2) 0-0, 0-1
    S.C. RIchwood (1FDS) 0–1 Ten Mountains Mountaineers (RL3) 0-1, 0-0
    A.C. Stonehenge (RZN) 2–1 Battlebrook United (RZN) 0-0, 2-1
    Saint Derby F.C. (RZN) 3–1 Navy Club (RZN) 2-0, 1-1
    Blue Coast 381 (RL2) 0–1 Welshton Rovers (RL2) 0-0, 0-1
    Astoriya Park Celtics (RL2) 1–0 Athletic Manchester (RL3) 0-0, 1-0
    Haverpool Dons (RL2) 4–0 North Hathmond (RL2) 3-0, 1-0
    Athletic New Victoria (RZN) 1–2 A.C. 317 Roses (RZN) 1-1, 0-1
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Amid Corruption, RFA Reboots


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Former Commissioner of Njiko RZN (ssn. 10-13), Wheelock named new RFA President, on the left at the RFA press conference. (Gaston North/Razen Sports Daily)


PORT PERRINGTON - A changing of the guards? Perhaps as Moishita Wheelock is named as the third President in the history of the Razen Footballing Association, completing a 6-month cycle since the end of World Cup 80 in Equestrian States and Starblaydia, now with Razen footballers officially back in the domestic season, now halfway thru it, the questions are answered as to who comes to helm the organization. The 55 year-old Wheelock, comes to the stage offering much for the RFA, having previously served as Commissioner of the RFA in seasons 10 thru 13, the latter of which he managed the transfer of Njiko RZN play to be on the same calendar and with the UICA cycles, in a move that was highly-praised by many. Wheelock comes in offering youthful vibrance and a departure from the two-term stale Presidency of Munachiso Uchechi, who has been plagued with his slowness of his Presidency, not offering much for the team as other advanced far past Razenthuria in international football. Razenthuria's footballing has steadily improved, with Kevin Kyrell selling for upwards of N$20 million to a Farf footballing club, and Yellis Eugene coming into his own at a club in Acronius, however, the Uchechi regime has been criticized for its ambiguous plans and overzealous attempts - most-notably the 13-0 vote for the Cup of Harmony, Razenthuria's single-handed biggest disgrace on the multiverses footballing scene. However, Wheelock now enters with an amibitous plan himself - Project 25/90 - a goal to hoist the Razen national side (senior) into the top-25 in the multiverse by World Cup 90, of course, he'll only be around likely for only ten years if he's even re-elected, but this forty-year ambitious plan calls for all hands on deck from him.

If what Razen football fans wanted was an outsider, they're sure as hell not going to get it - Wheelock is far from an outsider, former Commissioner of Njiko RZN and a member of the RFA Executive Committee which has been plagued with corruption scandals in the past, however, Wheelock distanced himself from opponents notably in the past two years. His biggest challenger, Findley Graves, the owner of Athletic New Victoria has been plagued with corruption charges, notably with the quiet transfer of Yellis Eugene for a price many claim was too high above his value to the Acronian domestic league, and of course he has denied this. However, the RFA, immediately following the election of Wheelock has said that Graves is to sell his ownership stake in the club, estimated worth at N$680 million, making it the second-richest club in Razenthuria - Graves has attempted to fight this, however was also banned from RFA and the football scene in Razenthuria altogether. This comes as Wheelock seems to be locked on cleaning up Razenthuria's footballing image and creating a Razen future powerhouse, he's already made big changes - Christoper Tajo Mendez got his temporary contract extended for another campaign, at worst, he'll be around until the end of WC 81 - after his initial offerings, we have high hopes fro the Devontan to lead Razenthuria into the World Cup soon. Hiring Timothy McGraw, the youthful manager of Razen academy side, R.A.Z.E. - Razen Academy of Zenith Excellence for managing the U18 side is another key step, as the Razen head man attempts to build a future contender for the World Cup, of course, Razenthuria's seen a big rise in the world rankings; from 280th in the world to now sitting at 108th, a rise that's taken place over two campaigns thus far. World Cup qualification is the ultimate goal, and after running thru two previous ill-prepared managers, Wheelock is hoping to make the jump by the end of his term.

As 380 delegates gathered inside of McCallum Pavilion in Pert Perrington, Wheelock faced a mighty challenge from Findley Graves - owner of Athletic New Victoria and Razen footballing legend, Thunder Rivers - the 86 year-old came in third on the original ballot, only gaining 12% of the ballot, meanwile, Graves and Wheelock were both closes with the remaining 84% percent - Wheelock garnered 45% and Gaves took 39% of the voting; while on the second ballot, Wheelock clearly emerged as victor, with 58% to Graves 42%. Now, with the leader of the organization clearly determined, there's a lot of work left to do - Razenthuria is expected to debut in the Campianto Esportiva, and a new team is liely to be drafted, with Christopher Tajo Mendez saying that a new team should be drafted. Many players of the first era of Razen international footballing are reaching the end of their careers - Victor Parks, the captain since World Cup 79 qualifying has announced this will be his last season and has retired from international footballing. Wheelock is now charged with building together a new national side, he's recently toured the facilities of the academy sides and has said an Academy division will be set up for the RazenLeague pyramid, calling for it to contest of twelve teams in order to build up the youth players, those 21-and-under who are attempting to find their way onto senior teams. The academy teams have mainly functioned as amateur teams, however, Wheelock has already approved the transformation of a national division for the academy sides. Wheelock has emphasized increased UICA competition and making big steps in both WC play and the Campianto Esportiva, of course, he hints that a deep run could be achieved if the proper things are put in place. He also calls forth the lions, discussing the meteoric rise of the Razen national side, saying, "anything with effort is achievable."

Is he the answer? We don't know. Could he be? Definitely.

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RazenLeague / R-415 / Part 4

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Njiko RZN Reults
MD25
Fullham Rangers 3–3 Athletic New Victoria
Peachtree F.C. 3–4 A.C. 317 Roses
Emerald Cove 3–2 414 Christcastle
Saint Derby F.C. 2–6 Navy Club
206 Mitche 4–3 Tynedale City
Battlebrook United 8–2 Old Birmingham City
A.C. Stonehenge 2–1 Calix City FC

MD26
Athletic New Victoria 1–3 A.C. Stonehenge
Calix City FC 6–3 Battlebrook United
Old Birmingham City 0–1 206 Mitche
Tynedale City 2–3 Saint Derby F.C.
Navy Club 1–0 Emerald Cove
414 Christcastle 1–0 Peachtree F.C.
A.C. 317 Roses 3–1 Fullham Rangers


MD27
A.C. 317 Roses 1–1 Athletic New Victoria
414 Christcastle 0–4 Fullham Rangers
Navy Club 2–0 Peachtree F.C.
Tynedale City 1–0 Emerald Cove
Old Birmingham City 0–2 Saint Derby F.C.
Calix City FC 1–1 206 Mitche
A.C. Stonehenge 4–0 Battlebrook United

MD28
Athletic New Victoria 0–2 Battlebrook United
206 Mitche 0–2 A.C. Stonehenge
Saint Derby F.C. 2–2 Calix City FC
Emerald Cove 3–3 Old Birmingham City
Peachtree F.C. 0–0 Tynedale City
Fullham Rangers 1–0 Navy Club
A.C. 317 Roses 1–0 414 Christcastle

MD29
414 Christcastle 1–3 Athletic New Victoria
Navy Club 5–3 A.C. 317 Roses
Tynedale City 3–4 Fullham Rangers
Old Birmingham City 3–3 Peachtree F.C.
Calix City FC 5–0 Emerald Cove
A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Saint Derby F.C.
Battlebrook United 1–2 206 Mitche


MD30
Athletic New Victoria 0–2 206 Mitche
Saint Derby F.C. 3–3 Battlebrook United
Emerald Cove 0–2 A.C. Stonehenge
Peachtree F.C. 0–2 Calix City FC
Fullham Rangers 5–2 Old Birmingham City
A.C. 317 Roses 2–0 Tynedale City
414 Christcastle 1–4 Navy Club

MD31
Navy Club 0–2 Athletic New Victoria
Tynedale City 4–1 414 Christcastle
Old Birmingham City 0–3 A.C. 317 Roses
Calix City FC 1–0 Fullham Rangers
A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Peachtree F.C.
Battlebrook United 4–2 Emerald Cove
206 Mitche 2–3 Saint Derby F.C.


MD32
Navy Club 0–2 Athletic New Victoria
Tynedale City 4–1 414 Christcastle
Old Birmingham City 0–3 A.C. 317 Roses
Calix City FC 1–0 Fullham Rangers
A.C. Stonehenge 1–0 Peachtree F.C.
Battlebrook United 4–2 Emerald Cove
206 Mitche 2–3 Saint Derby F.C.


Season 14
Season Roundup

This title race was brutal for many teams - you need not onl look at the match scorelines to see what fourteen different teams did to battle to either a) win the league, or b), avoid relegation, and man - we saw one of the best seasons yet. Goals. Goals galore, that's the only way to describe what we were allowed to see out on the pitch, A.C. Stonehenge ran away to their second title in as many years, their third altogether and first in the Tajo Mendez-era; you'd think they'd lose a step behind last season's straight championship encounter, after reloading on the talent and pulling from the different academies, they've emerged as the team to watch on the circuit. Built on strength and ability, Stonehenge was just too god for the rest to catch up with - players like Efrom Heartland - he pitched in a 28-goal campaign for his side, the national team striker, on the wrong side of thirty continues to prove what a deft and underrated player he is. He is very much talented, and as if to prove that, he went on a rampage this season - while that's not inline with his 31-goal performance last season, that should be just as well, as the team proved that it could find other resourceful ways to chip in the goals. A twenty-goal campaign was dealt from 30 year-old Karen Fybber, her best season to date, Christopher Tajo Mendez really figured out how to manage this sleeping beauty, this saint of sorts, and of course, there were all sorts of holes in her game, but she had a gran campaign and that's not to take away from her abilities. No doubt, she'll be shipped off once the transfers begin, but holy moly, this has been a great campaign from a player who only mustered six goals as her all-time high before this season. Fursawa Utamara, that's the dual Yanghoonese-Razen centermidfielder, lining up in the RM spot - he's a developing and quickly-emerging talent, I like what I saw from this brilliant player in only his first season, he gained 23 goals himself, and really was a good influence on keeping up with Fybber and feeding her balls during much of the season. I really am not sure what else he could've done, but, if anything's clear, I really doubt that this is the team for him - sure, he had a great campaign as a rookie, sure to win Youth Player of the Season, however, this team already has a bona fide star, and that's Heartland, he's already taken off from Heartland's production, and if anything, Utamara needs to be his own man. He likely will not be around to star next season. And finally, GInaluc de Oca, that's the youthful nineteen year-old Cosumarite goal-keeper who lined up behind the pipes, he received the starting nod for this season, and it was a great season or him - he clearly pitched in some solid shutouts for the youthful player, he needs some more years to develop into his own player, but, I believe he's the goal-keeper for the future at Freeman Turf. A very solid backfield, Peter Borell is developing nicely, I don't think Jahleel Blackson comes back next season, although solid, the backline needs to be tweaked for next season, expect some developing changes to be put into effect this offseason by Tajo Mendez. Altogether, a great season for A.C. Stonehenge if you subtract UICA play, this team looking prepared to strike and find themselves into a future league title once again - a well deserved 3rd-league title.

A nod yet again goes to A.C. 317 Roses, who once again find themselves harboring an unfortunate second-place finish yet again, and this time, there's not much more you can say - of course, that's not how you want to finish a season - twice second-place, but this season? It was a really good campaign, not to mention, they came back from a horrendous start, fighting their way back into the top-3 before clinching the second-place finish with a 2-1 nail-biter of a win, thus pushing them over a resurgent Athletic New Victoria. I like what we saw from this squad, S. Shawcroft deserves Foreigner of the Season yet again - a 36 goal campaign sort of does that - and he produced his fair share of goals, lugging a frontline of academy and newcomer players who really aren't that good, in fact, without him, the frontline only accounts for forty goals, altogether - those who want to shame him need to thoroughly develop a keen opinion onto why the Nepharan is the best foreigner. Nicolas Painchaud - he's got to go, he cost the team big early and they couldn't save themselves later in the matches, and probably, he was a part of a bad UICA cycle, thankfully for him, they've qualified for UICA, but this performance was just...terrible, there's no way around it. Now, Gabriel Baker is likely to step away from his job at manning the center, this team is going to look entirely different come next season - I expect a heavy load of foreigners are going to come onto this team to fill out the weaker spots, Shawcroft's arguably got one more season left in his tank, so is this the fall of the Roses coming? Chanceler's proven he's an excellent manager, I think the score line shows that - but, it this the best he'll be able to produce with a frontline like this? If so, where do you plug in new players? Painchaud's likely to go, Darris is out and the new players either find themselves on the bench or are shipped out - the rebuilding time is soon to be upon them.

Athletic New Victoria performed slightly better than expected, but its clear from manager Victor Kingsley that they are increasingly shifting towards a defensive format - Tommy Cox-Jean doesn't fit into the system that Kingsley's been implementing with the Purple Swans. if anything, I find him a nuisance to the program, and its likely that the Purple Swans are looking to ship off their star(?) player in the offseason - and its a shame, because the thirty-one year-old skill scores 25-28 goals on a normal basis, a nd with three good years left in his tank, he's anyone's pick up. A team like the Roses need stability, in the offseason, does he find himself heading to Marietta to don a Roses jersey? Of course, there's a lot of questions to this puzzle; Purple Swan's goalie, Easton Thomas proved that he's the best goalie that Razenthuria has, he conceded 39 goals this season; however, this side wasn't kind to him during UICA play or during the Cup of the Raza, crashing out during the Round of 20 - where Thomas looks to after this? That's anyone's guess. Alas, Thomas is in a class by himself - except, Calix City's provided Audoslav goalie pro'lly does beg to differ, however; Thomas was a dominant man this season, and at twenty-seven, he's the goalie for a long time for the national team, a great campaign like this has him likely penciled in as number one for Tajo Mendez's Razenthuria selection that heads to the Campianto Esportiva soon - that's only one year away my friends! Jim Macpherson was good, not great, he had a less-than-respectable 15 goals from his position - mostly-focused on feeding Cox-Jean, however, this is likely what Kingsley was looking for from this team, they're far from the offensive stalwarts they were labeled as last season, and this continued improvement will be a sore eye for many. Vance Kirkman - now there's a player who needs to go, no productivity from him at all this season, he will need t be sanctioned off. Your best youth piece is the product from Cosumar, the twenty year-old, Toré Na'Verii, she knew what she was up to, and filling the shoes of Yellis Eugene is a mighty task, for anyone; but she knew how do it, while noticeably less goals were produced, they were still available, seven goals from her over the campaign. I look forward to what she brings to the table next season.





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---Njiko RZN  / R-415          Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts 
- 1 A.C. Stonehenge 32 27 0 5 88 43 +45 81 Champions-------
- 2 A.C. 317 Roses 32 19 3 10 79 56 +23 60 Globe Cup, CedC-
- 3 Athletic New Victoria 32 18 4 10 57 39 +18 58 Globe Cup-------
4 Fullham Rangers 32 17 5 10 86 66 +20 56 Globe Cup-------

5 Battlebrook United 32 16 7 9 83 65 +18 55
6 Calix City FC 32 14 9 9 53 43 +10 51
7 206 Mitche 32 15 4 13 57 51 +6 49
8 Navy Club 32 14 6 12 68 54 +14 48
9 Saint Derby F.C. 32 12 8 12 68 72 −4 44
10 Tynedale City 32 10 8 14 58 66 −8 38
11 Peachtree F.C. 32 9 7 16 50 63 −13 34
12 Old Birmingham City 32 5 6 21 34 69 −35 21
-13 Emerald Cove 32 5 6 21 38 80 −42 21 Relegated-------
14 414 Christcastle 32 5 3 24 42 94 −52 18 Relegated-------


SN Magazine Player of the Season
Average Rating Games Played Image Player Name ImageClub
- 8.65 30 Image Gunther Shawcroft A.C. 317 Roses-----------------------
- 8.32 32 Image Efrom Heartland A.C. Stonehenge----------------------
- 7.94 32 Image Erik Henriksen Calix City F.C.----------------------


Avici Automobiles Golden Boot
-Goals Scored Games Played Image Player Name ImageClub
- 32 30 Image Gunther Shawcroft A.C. 317 Roses-----------------------
- 28 32 Image Efrom Heartland A.C. Stonehenge----------------------
- 23 30 Image Tommy Cox-Jean Athletic New Victoria-------------------


Hermes, Inc. Youth of the Year
Average Rating Games Played Image Player Name ImageClub
- 7.31 32 Image Erik Henriksen Calix City F.C.----------------------
- 6.51 27 Image Toré Na'Verii Athletic New Victoria-------------------
- 6.19 29 Image Francis Tyndale Athletic New Victoria-------------------



Njiko RZN All-Star XI
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Lower Leagues
Promotion/Relegation





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---RazenLeague 2 / R-415        Pld       W      D      L       GF      GA      GD      Pts
- 1 Applegate City 32 19 9 4 71 43 +28 66 Champions-------
- 2 Reading Athletic 32 17 6 9 70 58 +12 57 Promoted, TMC---
- 3 Club Everbren 32 15 9 8 65 51 +14 54 TMC-------------

4 FC Manitoba 32 13 11 8 58 51 +7 50
5 Blue Coast 381 32 12 13 7 24 19 +5 49
6 Dragonpool 32 12 12 8 62 56 +6 48
7 Burnley Rovers S.C. 32 13 5 14 58 60 −2 44
8 Old York FC 32 11 7 14 68 63 +5 40
9 F.C. Willingwood 32 9 13 10 52 56 −4 40
10 Astoriya Park Celtics 32 10 10 12 47 56 −9 40
11 Brookhaven Town 32 10 9 13 32 37 −5 39
12 North Hathmond 32 10 9 13 44 51 −7 39
-13 Triton Valley 32 11 6 15 52 62 −10 39 Relegated-------
14 Sporting Elcmester 32 10 7 15 53 68 −15 37 Relegated-------
15 Haverpool Dons 32 10 6 16 52 57 −5 36 Relegated-------
16 Rasen Remus 32 5 6 21 14 34 −20 21 Relegated-------





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---RazenLeague 3 / R-415                       Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts
- 1 AFC Querjiban 32 22 4 6 70 41 +29 70 Champions-------
- 2 Ten Mountains Mountaineers United F.C. 32 22 4 6 47 21 +26 70 Promoted--------
3 Brentbury Port 32 20 8 4 73 34 +39 68 Promoted--------
4 Athletic Manchester 32 19 6 7 67 41 +26 63 Promoted--------

5 A.C. Buckingstone 32 18 5 9 77 47 +30 59
6 Illvermotny Pudwugees 32 16 8 8 43 24 +19 56
7 F.C. Willmak Falls 32 14 6 12 46 36 +10 48
8 Petersburg City 32 13 9 10 60 58 +2 48
9 F.C. Grandmore 32 12 6 14 48 49 −1 42
10 Islingwood City 32 10 9 13 61 62 −1 39
11 Oakham City 32 10 6 16 42 56 −14 36
12 Warshire United F.C. 32 6 14 12 39 50 −11 32
-13 Club Calix 32 7 7 18 53 82 −29 28 Relegated-------
14 Ellingway Town 32 6 8 18 26 53 −27 26 Relegated-------
15 North Hampton 32 4 4 24 38 92 −54 16 Relegated-------
16 Foxbridge Wonderers 32 3 4 25 12 56 −44 13 Relegated-------





The First Divisions

---RazenLeague -1DN / R-415   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts
- 1 Limingshire Fire 29 20 7 2 71 47 +24 67 Champions------------------------
- 2 Eventry 29 20 6 3 82 41 +41 66 Promoted-------------------------

3 Freston F.C. 29 18 9 2 65 34 +31 63
4 Clube de Calix S.C. 29 14 10 5 74 49 +25 52
5 Ravencourt Pillagers 29 15 5 9 67 44 +23 50
6 Rivernest City 29 14 7 8 66 58 +8 49
7 AFC Yorkcaster 29 12 11 6 57 43 +14 47
8 F.C. Ellingvern 29 14 4 11 56 52 +4 46
9 East Roding F.C. 29 14 3 12 53 53 0 45
10 Angels of Rockdover 29 8 5 16 48 66 −18 29
11 Allerminister 29 6 9 14 56 67 −11 27
12 Sabrook City F.C. 29 6 8 15 42 68 −26 26
13 Islingwood United 28 4 5 19 34 69 −35 17
14 City of Hampdover 29 2 7 20 38 73 −35 13
15 Horsbrook Patties 29 0 4 25 27 72 −45 4

---RazenLeague -1DS / R-415   Pld     W    D    L     GF    GA    GD    Pts
- 1 Litchmont Road 29 14 7 8 55 52 +3 49 Champions------------------------
- 2 Readsent City 29 14 4 11 53 46 +7 46 Promoted-------------------------

3 Maywell County 29 13 7 9 57 54 +3 46
4 F.C. Dursley 29 11 10 8 53 47 +6 43
5 Trenchmont Landing 29 11 10 8 60 55 +5 43
6 Athletic Calix 29 12 7 10 60 61 −1 43
7 A.C. Gloucaster 29 13 4 12 62 65 −3 43
8 Stamlo City 28 11 9 8 49 42 +7 42
9 Firewall 29 11 6 12 65 54 +11 39
10 Harstead South End 29 11 6 12 46 51 −5 39
11 Greengate F.C. 29 10 7 12 59 54 +5 37
12 F.C. Dolverhampton 29 8 11 10 62 68 −6 35
13 Everdeen Tynedale 29 8 9 12 52 62 −10 33
14 Qurengard City 29 9 5 15 55 61 −6 32
15 S.C. Richwood 29 5 10 14 56 72 −16 25





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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.

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Round of 10
Haverpool Dons (RL2) 0–1 A.C. Stonehenge (RZN) 0-0, 0-1 - A.C. Stonehenge advance
A.C. 317 Roses (RZN) 4–0 Ten Mountains Mountaineers (RL3) 3-0, 1-0 - A.C. 317 Roses advance
Brookhaven FC (RL2) 1–0 Astoriya Park Celtics (RL2) 0-0, 1-0
Saint Derby F.C. (RZN) 1–2 Applegate City (RL2) 1-1, 0-1 - Applegate City advance
F.C. Willingwood (RL2) 1–3 Welshton Rovers (RL2) 1-0, 0-3 - F.C. Willingwood advance
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Cup of the Raza
Football Compeititon





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The Cup of the Raza, known officially as All-Razenthuria National Football Invitational, is an annual knockout football competition in intersex domestic Razen football. First played during the R-402 season, it is the oldest association football competition in Razenthuria and one of the most storied It is organized by the Razen Football Authority, Razenthruia'a highest governing body of association football.

Semi-finals
(RZN) A.C. Stonehenge 5–4 F.C. Willingwood (RL2) 3–1 2–3
(RZN) A.C. 317 Roses 6–4 Applegate City (RL2) 1–1 5–3

Finals
(At Momoa, Tynedale [99 000])
(RZN)          A.C. Stonehenge    4–3    A.C. 317 Roses                (RZN)
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Razenthuria (RZN) Qualifiers:


Champions Cup: A.C. Stonehenge
Globe Cup: A.C. 317 Roses, Athletic New Victoria, Fullham Rangers
SBCC: Applegate City
CedC: A.C. Stonehenge, A.C. 317 Roses
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Starliga / R-415 / Season 2

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---Razen Lacrosse Federation - Starliga   Pld     W    L     GF    GA    GD    Win % 
- 1 Cumberland Kats 20 14 6 255 195 +60 0.700 SS, PLVC, CC--
- 2 New Victoria Thunder 20 16 4 223 172 +51 0.800 PLVC, CC------
3 Green Torch Farmshore 20 14 6 244 218 +26 0.700 PLVC, CC------

- 4 Shallowford Hyenas 20 12 8 211 189 +22 0.600 PLVC----------
- 5 Mallox CRR 20 12 8 191 169 +22 0.600 PLVC----------
- 6 Fullham Renegades 20 10 10 203 191 +12 0.500 PLVC----------

7 Burnley Bandits 20 10 10 198 210 −12 0.500
8 New Victoria Reign 20 7 13 181 193 −12 0.350
9 Tynedale Wizards 20 11 9 199 219 −20 0.550
10 Chriscastle Eskimos 20 6 14 187 220 −33 0.300
11 Old Birmingham Stars 20 5 15 179 228 −49 0.250
12 Port Perrington Sailors 20 3 17 172 239 −67 0.150


Starliga Season 2 Supporters Shield
Cumberland Kats


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The Paul le Verne Classic qualifies as the playoffs for the Razen Lacrosse Federation's premier league, Starliga - composed of a staggered playoffs, the winners of the Paul le Verne Classic by extension are crowned as season champions of the Starliga professional lacrosse league and are also granted the other allocated spot in the IDLO's Champion Cup. The Paul le Verne Classic is a newly-introduced system for the RLF, in hopes of creating more excitement for all fans within the league and producing a proud league for Razens to be proud of.


Wild Card Weekend
(3) Green Torch Farmshore 24–16 Fullham Renegades (6) 15-10 08-06
(4) Shallowford Hyenas 27-18 Mallox CRR (5) 18-05 09-13


Fantastic Four
(1) Cumberland Kats 11–15 Shallowford Hyenas (4) 06–03 05–12
(2) New Victoria Thunder 21-24 Green Torch Farmshore (3) 14–04 07-20


Finals
(At Kings' Den, Tynedale [45 000])
(4)          Shallowford Hyenas    9-13    Green Torch Farmshore                (3)


Starliga Season 2 Champions - Green Torch Farmshore

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*Due to coming the closest to winninf the Paul le Verne Classic, Shallowford Hyenas by default win the fourth and final bid for a placement in the Champions' Cup.
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Razenthuria (RZN) Qualifiers:


Champions Cup: Cumberland Kats, New Victoria Thunder, Green Torch Farmshore, Shallowford Hyenas


    OOC: I'm looking to start creating rosters for Starliga, so if you have any foreign players who want to play in Razenthurid, tg me.
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---G-League / Gladiator Conference     Pld     W    L     PF    PA    STK
- 1 Battlebrook Revolution 16 12 4 290 218 L1 Conference Champions, bye--
- 2 A.C. 317 Roses Gridiron 16 10 6 302 259 W4 Playoffs--ampions, bye-----
- 3 New Victoria Storm 16 10 6 269 141 W3 Playoffsampions, bye-------

4 CSKA Ogasake 16 10 6 250 155 W2
5 Reading Aces 16 10 6 244 214 W1
6 Querjiban Snakes 16 9 7 256 213 L1
7 Old Birmingham Lions 16 9 7 214 157 L1
8 Philistine Iron 16 9 7 167 155 W1
9 Calix City Herd 16 8 8 254 268 W1
10 Fullham Gunners 16 5 11 141 208 L1
11 New Victoria Hawks 16 3 13 137 302 L1
12 Marietta Cove Narwhals 16 1 15 157 391 L1

---G-League / Warrior Conference       Pld     W    L     PF    PA    STK
- 1 New Victoria Devils of Beverly 16 12 4 283 188 L1 Conference Champions, bye--
- 2 A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron 16 11 5 304 256 W1 Playoffs--mpions, bye------
- 3 Port Perrington Inferno 16 10 6 252 214 L1 Playoffs---mpions, bye-----

4 Burnley Rovers SC 16 10 6 196 155 W2
5 Selva Sabres 16 8 8 278 258 W3
6 Xuala Howlers 16 8 8 220 218 W1
7 Ten Mountains Legion 16 7 9 138 199 L1
8 Tynedale Blackskins 16 7 9 132 165 L1
9 Trukorth Knights 16 6 10 210 233 W1
10 New Victoria Islanders 16 6 10 179 222 L1
11 Mallox Nova 16 6 10 172 206 L1
12 Wizards of Azarel 16 5 11 210 260 W1





G-LEAGUE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS


Divisional Series
(3) A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron 23–10 Port Perrington Inferno (6)
(4) A.C. 317 Roses Gridiron 00–03 New Victoria Storm (5)


Semifinals Series
(1) Battlebrook Revolution 24–23 New Victoria Storm (5)
(2) New Victoria Devils of Bvly 03–13 A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron (4)


Finals
(At Viradelli Park, Philistinia [18 000])
(1)          Battlebrook Rebolution    7-21    A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron          (4)


G-League Season 2 Champions - A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron

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Razenthuria (RZN) Qualifiers:


Champions' Bowl: Battlebrook Revolution, New Victoria Devils of Beverly, A.C. Stonehenge Gridiron, A.C. 317 Roses Gridiron
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RZN Premier / R-415 / Season 8

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----RZN Premier / R-414 Pld W D L PF PA Pts
- 1 Azarel Academy 20 15 1 4 6460 4500 46 Champions--
2 Farmworth Mudbloods 20 12 1 7 6080 5450 37
3 Otyqejahr Q.C. 20 10 2 8 5640 4980 32
4 Q.C. Ekreterra 20 10 1 9 5680 5520 31
5 Doxiara Snakes 20 10 0 10 5650 6440 30
6 Grifnoria Blood 20 9 0 11 5430 5490 27
7 Tynedale Capital Q.C. 20 9 0 11 4990 5820 27
8 Kaleera Ridgebacks 20 7 2 11 5160 5710 23
9 Zaketh 20 7 1 12 5030 5600 22
10 Northeast Wizards 20 7 0 13 5220 5830 21
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RZN Hockey is recognized by the International Olympic Committee and the Crown of Razenthuria Olympic Committee as the governing body for organized ice hockey in Eazenthuria and is a member of the World Cup of Hockey Federation. Founded in R-400, in Tynedale F.D., the organization is based in Marietta, Ala Ugbo, and has a total membership exceeding seven million. Its mission is to promote the growth of ice hockey in Razenthuria. and provide the best possible experience for all participants by encouraging, developing, advancing and administering the sport. Razenthuria's national hockey team, nicknamed the Snow Leopards are a new but prominent force in the World Cup of Hockey, they've reached the ranking of nineteenth in the world and are a known power, with the Razen ice hockey program built the same as the one in Novaya Zemlya. Now, in preparation for their fourth season, there's a lot of concern moving forth, as the national league of Razen hockey, Ligue 1 was forced to fold ten teams from the previous incarnation of the league, then the KHL-1. Now, with the league revamped, there is hope to see Razenthuria as a global competitor once more.


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All-time Winners table:
--2 	New Victoria Bulldogs
1 Ala Ugbo Demons, Tynedale Thunder


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LIGUE 1
Ala Ugbo Demons
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Head coach: Martial Philippon [ RZN / 65 y.o. ]
Razen Championship Trophy: 1 (Season 1)
Captain: Abélard Duclos
Arena: Marietta Forum [ 6.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Gustave Bruguière C 29
07. Zacharie Schaeffer LW 35
09. Sébastien Roatta RW 32


11. Thibaud Gérin C 23
17. Adrien Chastain LW 37
19. Thierry Cerfbeer RW 23


00. Lou Beaumanoir C 26
04. Abélard Duclos (C) LW 33
16. Jean-Noël Garreau RW 29

DEFENSEMEN

24. Jean-Charles Nicollier D 29
28. Fernand Bruguière D 33


53. Arnaud Alard D 25
55. Christian Pueyrredón D 30


67. André Azaïs D 33
69. Maxime Bescond D 34

GOALIES

34. Valentin Lacan G 30
37. Hector Vigouroux G 28
84. Jérôme Fournier G 32


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: -2.20


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LIGUE 1
Calix City Makos
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Head coach: Roger Jégou [ RZN / 52 y.o. ]
Razen Championship Trophy: 0
Captain: Mathieu Gribelin
Arena: Crownberry Gardens [ 9.500 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

00. Mathieu Gribelin (C) C 24
09. Phil Brian LW 28
11. Jean Delaunay RW 35


12. Hervé Corne C 33
16. Remy Bazalgette LW 29
19. Maxence Berger RW 27


03. Jean-Marie Clérisseau C 34
07. Aubin Appell LW 28
10. Image Stephen Del Rio RW 23

DEFENSEMEN

20. Abélard Bettencourt D 26
29. Éloi Dubost D 32


22. Christopher Devereaux D 33
26. Auguste Regnard D 35


25. Jordan Leloup D 36
27. Ludovic Schaeffer D 40

GOALIES

31. Paulin Rochefort G 30
39. Victor Caillat G 26


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +3.44


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LIGUE 1
Christcastle Inferno
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Head coach: Théo Sadoul [ RZN / 64 y.o. ]
Razen Championship Trophy: 0
Captain: Jean-Paul Hennequin
Arena: Assoc. of White Rights Pavilion [ 16.200 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Matthias Duclos C 30
09. Jean-Loup Asselineau LW 28
13. Jean-Paul Hennequin (C) RW 33


05. Boniface Grandjean C 25
06. William Ouvrard LW 26
10. Philippe Blanchet RW 29


07. Amadou Hector C 22
05. Frank Charrier LW 25
11. Nathan Mazet RW 33

DEFENSEMEN

21. Marius Barreau D 26
24. Émile Gavreau D 25


25. Image Juan Pomar D 23
29. Dimitri Vallotton D 23


23. Côme Chéreau D 24
27. Renaud Gérin D 25

GOALIES

46. Philibert Gueguen G 26
76. Armel Barbier G 32


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +4.45


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LIGUE 1
CSKA Ogasake
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Head coach: Ray McNabb [ RZN / 47 y.o. ]
Razen Championship Trophy: 0
Captain: Natanaël Fouché
Arena: LazGrom Park [ 0.900 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

07. Sacha Baugé C 27
14. Mathieu Beaubois LW 26
15. Patrice Brian RW 24


03. Lucas Tomas C 29
08. William Hauet LW 24
19. Image Augusto Velho RW 23


00. Timothée Bain C 24
07. Timothé De Verley LW 28
13. Willow Pierce RW 24

DEFENSEMEN

20. Ghislain Lavaud D 28
27. Zacharie Raoult D 29


24. Jérémy Matthieu D 33
31. Max Hérisson D 25


21. Rico Mickus D 22
28. Tobie Escoffier D 23

GOALIES

20. Natanaël Fouché (C) G 27
33. Abelin Lémery G 30


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +1.25


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LIGUE 1
New Victoria Bulldogs
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Head coach: Ray Marriott [ EJM / 52 y.o. ]
Razen Championship Trophy: 2 (Seasons 2, [url=https://forum.nationstates.net/viewtopic.php?p=32759229#p32759229]3)
Captain: Grigori Kirov
Arena: Reliance Life Insurance Arena [ 8.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

01. Louis Thibodeau C 30
11. Georges Poullain LW 31
13. Hugues Alméras RW 37


05. Wilfrid Bouthillier C 33
06. Gabriel Gueguen LW 32
12. Jérémy Crozier RW 30


00. Quentin Bougie C 24
09. Amaury Chabert LW 27
10. Thibault Mazet RW 30

DEFENSEMEN

21. Gwenaël Veil D 26
27. Jean-Baptiste Pomeroy D 29


23. Lucas Barbier D 23
29. Élie Barnier D 33


25. Xavier Fitzpatrick D 23
26. Aurélien Messier D 38

GOALIES

31. Image Grigori Kirov (C) G 38
35. André Anouilh G 33
39. Quentin Bonnel G 26


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: 3.75


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LIGUE 1
Tynedale Thunder
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Head coach: Bertrand Boulet [ RZN / 75 y.o. ]
Razen Championship Trophy: 1 (Season 4)
Captain: Estienne Bescond
Arena: University of Tynedale Ice Palace [ 3.500 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

11. Élie Boutet C 30
14. Estienne Bescond (C) LW 25
17. Aurélien Loupe RW 34


03. Théophile De Villepin C 33
16. Amaury Barrande LW 26
12. Basile Barbeau RW 25


14. Roland Dupont C 27
09. Oliver Wilbur LW 22
19. Martin Paquin RW 23

DEFENSEMEN

21. Dany Jauffret D 27
26. Maxence Gallois D 30


27. Norbert Popelin D 32
54. Fabien Grandis D 30


39. Ethan Warton D 22
37. Ponce Thomas D 24

GOALIES

33. Kevin Lacan G 28
73. William Croix G 23


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +1.15
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[sub]| Football: 108th, KPB: 5.44 | Gridiron: [ ... ] | Lacrosse: 16th, Pts.: .5 |
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Ligue 1 Kuzani / R-415 / Part 1

Postby Razenthuria » Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:55 pm

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SEASON IV
Regular Season - Part 1/4
Standings
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Standings Presented by Kuzani
Ligue I - Season 5 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Ala Ugbo Demons 8 4 3 1 17 4 +13 15
2 Calix City Makos 8 4 3 1 15 6 +9 15
3 New Victoria Bulldogs 8 4 2 2 13 9 +4 14
4 CSKA Ogasake 8 3 2 3 18 13 +5 11
5 Tynedale Thunder 8 3 2 3 12 9 +3 11
6 Christcastle Inferno 8 0 0 8 7 41 −34 0


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance
Game 1
Ala Ugbo Demons 4–0 Christcastle Inferno
Calix City Makos 3–0 Tynedale Thunder
New Victoria Bulldogs 2–1 CSKA Ogasake
Game 2
Christcastle Inferno 1–4 CSKA Ogasake
Tynedale Thunder 3–1 New Victoria Bulldogs
Ala Ugbo Demons 1–2 Calix City Makos
Game 3
Calix City Makos 5–1 Christcastle Inferno
New Victoria Bulldogs 0–0 Ala Ugbo Demons
CSKA Ogasake 0–0 Tynedale Thunder
Game 3
Christcastle Inferno 0–5 Tynedale Thunder
Ala Ugbo Demons 4–2 CSKA Ogasake
Calix City Makos 1–1 New Victoria Bulldogs

Game 5
New Victoria Bulldogs 5–1 Christcastle Inferno
CSKA Ogasake 0–0 Calix City Makos
Tynedale Thunder 0–0 Ala Ugbo Demons
Game 6
Christcastle Inferno 0–7 Ala Ugbo Demons
Tynedale Thunder 3–0 Calix City Makos
CSKA Ogasake 1–2 New Victoria Bulldogs
Game 7
CSKA Ogasake 7–4 Christcastle Inferno
New Victoria Bulldogs 2–1 Tynedale Thunder
Calix City Makos 0–0 Ala Ugbo Demons
Game 8
Christcastle Inferno 0–4 Calix City Makos
Ala Ugbo Demons 1–0 New Victoria Bulldogs
Tynedale Thunder 0–3 CSKA Ogasake

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Stats
Scorers
    1.) Sacha Baugé [ CSKA Ogasake ] - 9 G / 3 A / 7.5 pts
    2.) Abelard Duclos [ Ala Ugbo Demons ] - 10 G / 2 A / 7 pts
    4.) Mathieu Gribelin [ Calix City Makos ] - 4 G / 5 A / 7 pts
    3.) Estienne Bescond [ Tynedale Thunder ] - 3 G / 4 A / 6.5 pts
    5.) Quentin Bougie [ New Victoria Bulldogs ] - 6 G / 0 A / 6 pts
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Postby Velestria » Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:45 am

[ Being the successor-state of Razenthuria, Velestria lays claim to all former sporting accomplishments and participants of Razenthuria and will slowly work to recreate the former small but growing sporting history of the Razen sporting culture. ]
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CROWN FEDERATION OF VELESTRIA & THE JA'BARILANDS & GRIERWOOD & THE LOTUS KEYES
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