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United Adaikes Int’l and Domestic Sports Newswire [WIP]

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United Adaikes International and Domestic Sports Newswire

This newswire will be maintained and updated from time to time by the United Adaikes Sports Commission, an agency of the United Adaikesian government which tackles matters concerning sports in the country. It is an attached agency under the Office of the President of the Federal Republic of the United Adaikes. This newswire will have results and updates from all official international sports competitions participated by the United Adaikes and domestic sports competitions in the country. It does not mean that the federal government selects the players for the international sports competitions and runs all domestic sports competitions, but they moderate them.

President, Federal Republic of the United Adaikes: Luke Salazar
Chief, United Adaikes Sports Commission: Pouria Barr
Head, National Sports Association (NSA) Affairs Office: Ezra Moors


International Sports Competitions: (WIP)

Tennis
Season 7

Volleyball
Volleyball World Expo
13 - (GS, 9/13)

IVF World League
V - (GS1, 12/12)

World Beach Volleyball Championship

Motorsports
WGPC

WGP2

Baseball
International Baseball Slam
15 - GS (3/5)

Basketball
International Basketball Championships
33 - GS (4/6)

Athletics
Global Athletics Tour

Football
Jenna Raven Cup/Women's World Cup
II/15th - QF

International Club/College Competitions: (WIP)

International Union of Basketball Clubs

Volleyball Champions' League


Domestic Sports Competitions:
Volleyball (Adaikes Volleyball League)

Basketball (United Adaikes Basketball Association)

Football/association football/soccer (Adaikes Premier Football League)


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University Athletic Association of the United Adaikes

The University Athletic Association of the United Adaikes (UAAUA) is a nonprofit athletic association for all universities nationwide. It organizes collegiate sports competitions and sets general athletic policies for all universities in the United Adaikes.

Executive Director, UAAUA: Monroe Barros
Director for Operations, UAAUA: Teddie Atwater

It has regional arms that directly manage the athletic competitions in the eight (8) regions in the United Adaikes:
-Adaikes University Athletic Association (AUAA, in Adaikes, the national capital region)
-East Mille-mer University Athletic Association (EMUAA, in East Mille-mer)
-Ludsport University Athletic Association (LUAA, in Ludsport)
-Ngadabrigg University Athletic Association (NUAA, in Ngadabrigg)
-Saymacrell University Athletic Association (SUAA, in Saymacrell)
-Thraproy University Athletic Association (ThrUAA, in Thraproy, the designated sports region in the country, where the headquarters of the UAAUA is situated)
-Thurhope University Athletic Association (ThUAA, in Thurhope)
-West Mille-mer University Athletic Association (WMUAA, in West Mille-mer)

Membership of universities are in three categories:
-Permanent (the top eight universities in the eight regions of the country selected by the regional UAAs that has a significant history of success in their regions)
-Full-time (non-permanent member universities that have sustained at least four team athletic programs and four individual athletic programs)
-Associate (non-full-time member universities)

The 64 permanent member universities of the UAAUA
Adaikes		Elk Valley	East Mille-mer	Darwin		Ludsport	Faraday		Ngadabrigg	Blue River
Forest Lake East Bridge Greenlands Green Valley
Maple Hills Maple Leaf Laguna Bay Hillview
Pinewood Mountainview Marble Hills Monarch
Seacoast Oak Grove Oakleaf Northride
Somerset Oceanside Oakwood Paramount
Spring Hill Sunshine River Valley Waterford
Willow West Bridge Willow Creek Woodcreek
Saymacrell Deer Valley Thraproy Apple Valley Thurhope Big Valley West Mille-mer Clearwater
Eastview Big Pine Evergreen Golden Oak
Lakewood Elk Creek Granite Hills Golden Sierra
Little Valley Foothill Palm Valley Grapevine
Ocean View Pleasant Valley Paradise Mountain Oak
Panorama Silver Creek Ravenwood Saint Helena
Silverleaf Springfield Redwood Sunny Hills
Summerfield Westside Trinity Wildwood

Sport:
Volleyball
1st

Gridiron/American football
1st

Football/association football/soccer
1st
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Postby United Adaikes » Sun Oct 17, 2021 6:38 pm

The United Adaikes National Volleyball Federation (UANVF) has sent an invitation to UAAUA Volleyball, inviting the top eight (8) permanent member universities in volleyball to join the first conference of the first season of the Adaikes Volleyball League, the AVL Invitational I. With that, the UAAUA Volleyball organized a volleyball tournament for the permanent member universities.

UAAUA Volleyball Championships I

Commissioner, UAAUA Volleyball: Rebeccanne Rose

The 64 member universities are divided into four (4) groups, playing a double-elimination tournament in the group stage with the winner of the groups and the winner of the last round of the group's loser's bracket advancing to the Final Stage. The Final Stage, also a double-elimination tournament, will start with the four (4) group winners. The losers meet the winners of the last round of the loser's brackets in the Final Stage loser's bracket. The teams advancing to the Final Stage are invited to play in AVL Invitational I.

Group Stage | Final Stage

Top 8 member universities going to the AVL Invitational I:
Golden Sierra Griffins (WMI)
Faraday Rough Striders (LUD)
Panorama Chargers (SAY)
West Bridge Reds (EMI)
Elk Valley Grizzlies (ADA)
Pinewood Bullets (ADA)
Oakwood Pirates (LUD)
Eastview Infernos (SAY)
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Postby United Adaikes » Sun Oct 17, 2021 8:52 pm

The United Adaikes National Volleyball Federation organized a professional volleyball league in the United Adaikes, the Adaikes Volleyball League (AVL). It has 16 teams coming from private companies, branches of the military of the country, as well as its military academy (which is not a member of the UAAUA).

President, United Adaikes National Volleyball Federation: Becka Reynolds
Commissioner, Adaikes Volleyball League: Amado Tupper

It has two tournaments in one season. The first one, the AVL Invitational, invites the top eight (8) member universities of UAAUA Volleyball. With a total of 24 teams, they are divided into four (4) groups. There should be no more than two (2) university teams in one (1) group. They play a double round-robin with the teams in their group before the top four (4) teams in each group advance to a final double-elimination stage to determine the winner of the AVL Invitational.
When the UAAUA Volleyball Championship is ongoing, the AVL plays the AVL Grand Prix, with only the 16 teams vying for volleyball supremacy in the United Adaikes. All 16 teams play each other twice, with the top 12 teams advancing to a final double-elimination stage to determine the winner of the AVL Grand Prix.

Adaikes Volleyball League

Team						Moniker		Short Team Name
A1 Logistics Cargo Movers A1 Cargo Movers
Adaikes Coffee Ravens Adaikes Coffee Ravens
Air Adaikes Hawks Air Adaikes Hawks
Air Force of the United Adaikes Eagles Air Force Eagles
AMeSCo (Adaikes Medical Supplies Company) Medics AMeSCo Medics
Army of the United Adaikes Troopers Army Troopers
Bank Adaikes Smashers Bank Adaikes Smashers
Coast Guard of the United Adaikes Sharks Coast Guard Sharks
Greater Heights Telecom Hitters Greater Heights Hitters
La Mujer Whiskey Spikers La Mujer Spikers
Navy of the United Adaikes Sea Lions Navy Sea Lions
Red Horse Beer Power Red Horse Power
San Lucas Realty & Development Realtors San Lucas Realtors
United Adaikes Airlines Falcons UA Airlines Falcons
United Adaikes Oil Company Drillers United Adaikes Oil Drillers
United Adaikes Military Academy Generals UAMA Generals

Editions:
Invitational: 1st
Grand Prix:
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Adaikes Volleyball League Invitational I

With the 16 teams and the top eight (8) universities from UAAUA Volleyball Championships I, four (4) groups for a double round-robin are now established.

Group A
Air Adaikes Hawks
Air Force Eagles
Bank Adaikes Smashers
Faraday Rough Striders*
Panorama Chargers*
San Lucas Realtors

Group B
Adaikes Coffee Ravens
AMeSCo Medics
Eastview Infernos*
Golden Sierra Griffins*
Navy Sea Lions
UA Airlines Falcons

Group C
A1 Cargo Movers
Coast Guard Sharks
Pinewood Bullets*
Red Horse Power
United Adaikes Oil Drillers
West Bridge Reds*

Group D
Army Troopers
Elk Valley Grizzlies*
Greater Heights Hitters
La Mujer Spikers
Oakwood Pirates*
UAMA Generals
*UAAUA member university

Results of the Group Stage:
Group A				W	L	SW	SL	SQ	PW	PL	PQ	Pts
San Lucas Realtors 7 3 25 18 1.389 944 910 1.037 20
Panorama Chargers* 7 3 24 16 1.500 891 864 1.031 19
Faraday Rough Striders* 6 4 24 18 1.333 945 905 1.044 19
Air Force Eagles 5 5 20 21 0.952 903 932 0.969 14

Air Adaikes Hawks 3 7 18 25 0.720 898 892 1.007 11
Bank Adaikes Smashers 2 8 14 27 0.519 848 926 0.916 7

Group B W L SW SL SQ PW PL PQ Pts
AMeSCo Medics 7 3 25 17 1.471 918 900 1.020 20
UA Airlines Falcons 6 4 22 17 1.294 864 830 1.041 19
Golden Sierra Griffins* 5 5 22 20 1.100 913 904 1.010 17
Adaikes Coffee Ravens 5 5 20 23 0.870 932 925 1.008 13

Navy Sea Lions 4 6 18 22 0.818 872 888 0.982 12
Eastview Infernos* 3 7 17 25 0.680 888 940 0.945 9

Group C W L SW SL SQ PW PL PQ Pts
United Adaikes Oil Drillers 7 3 23 16 1.438 873 832 1.049 19
West Bridge Reds* 7 3 24 19 1.263 899 903 0.996 17
Pinewood Bullets* 5 5 24 19 1.263 899 903 0.996 16
A1 Cargo Movers 4 6 20 22 0.909 904 873 1.036 14

Red Horse Power 4 6 18 22 0.818 829 884 0.938 11
Coast Guard Sharks 3 7 16 23 0.696 840 858 0.979 10

Group D W L SW SL SQ PW PL PQ Pts
UAMA Generals 7 3 24 19 1.263 906 898 1.009 18
Greater Heights Hitters 6 4 21 20 1.050 890 898 0.991 16
La Mujer Spikers 5 5 21 18 1.167 887 825 1.075 17
Elk Valley Grizzlies* 5 5 20 17 1.176 819 807 1.015 16

Oakwood Pirates* 4 6 20 23 0.870 905 936 0.967 14
Army Troopers 3 7 16 25 0.640 899 942 0.954 9

The 16 advanced teams are then put into double elimination with the initial pairings at A1-D4, B2-C3, C1-B4, D2-A3, B1-C4, A2-D3, D1-A4, C2-B3.

Final Stage Final Standings:
Adaikes Coffee Ravens - CHAMPIONS
A1 Cargo Movers - Runner-up
Golden Sierra Griffins*
United Adaikes Oil Drillers
Pinewood Bullets*
West Bridge Reds*
Panorama Chargers*
San Lucas Realtors
Elk Valley Grizzlies*
Greater Heights Hitters
La Mujer Spikers
UAMA Generals
Air Force Eagles
AMeSCo Medics
Faraday Rough Striders*
UA Airlines Falcons
Oakwood Pirates*
Navy Sea Lions
Red Horse Power
Air Adaikes Hawks
Coast Guard Sharks
Eastview Infernos*
Army Troopers
Bank Adaikes Smashers
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Postby United Adaikes » Mon Oct 18, 2021 1:03 am

United Adaikes National Volleyball Team

Three (3) weeks before the Volleyball World Expo 13, when the United Adaikes Volleyball National Team met for the first time in the New Thraproy Sports Complex, the players were still curious as to why the coaching staff told them to bring beach volleyball gear.

On the second day of training, the coaching staff told them to be in beach volleyball gear for the next day.

The following day, the team was at the beach volleyball courts in the Sports Complex. Coach Kennedy Glass then paired a player with another, telling them they would identify the two (2) pairs representing United Adaikes in the next cycle of the IVF World Beach Volleyball Championships. These were the pairs:
Palmer Marshall/Allyn Vargas
Francis Morce/Christmas Hanley
Dell Firmin/Skyler Harden
Bronte Lobo/Angel Atterberry
River Peyton/Rory Whittemore
Haven Cannon/Carson Bloxam
Kevyn Castilla/Arden Milburn

They then played a double-elimination mini-tournament to determine the two (2) pairs.

Final Result of the United Adaikes National Team Beach Volleyball Qualifiers:
Kevyn Castilla/Arden Milburn - Winner
Haven Cannon/Carson Bloxam - Runner-up
River Peyton/Rory Whittemore
Francis Morce/Christmas Hanley
Bronte Lobo/Angel Atterberry
Palmer Marshall/Allyn Vargas
Dell Firmin/Skyler Harden
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Postby United Adaikes » Fri Oct 22, 2021 4:53 am

The Basketball Federation of the United Adaikes organized a professional basketball league in the United Adaikes that shall bear the names of the cities in the country. The city shall partner with national and local private companies to ensure the sustainability of teams in the newly-formed United Adaikes Basketball Association.

President, Basketball Federation of the United Adaikes: Jamison Herrera
Commissioner, United Adaikes Basketball Association: Katherine Turner

United Adaikes Basketball Association

The United Adaikes Basketball Association starts as a 12-team league out of the 31 cities in the country. The teams play their home games in their largest indoor basketball stadium, regardless if it is government-maintained or owned by their private partners.

The teams play each other twice in a home-and-away schedule, with the top 10 teams advancing to a single-elimination playoff round.
Rules for classification: a. Wins; b. Head-to-head matchup; c. Head-to-head point differential; d. Overall point differential


City		Region		Moniker		Short Team Name
Adaikes Central Adaikes Patriots Adaikes Patriots
Fort Neojunc Thraproy Striders Fort Neojunc Striders
Haro Saymacrell Stags Haro Stags
(N/A) Mille-mer Krakens Mille-mer Krakens
Nememslow Saymacrell Howlers Nememslow Howlers
New Roenage Thurhope Bolts New Roenage Bolts
(N/A) Ngadabrigg Menaces Ngadabrigg Menaces
Radyu Saymacrell Phoenixes Radyu Phoenixes
Red Forthdor Ludsport Bulldogs Red Forthdor Bulldogs
Steskia Thraproy Bulls Steskia Bulls
Stonenchordon Saymacrell Cannons Stonenchordon Cannons
Wrarnerbadshot Thraproy Silver Wrarnerbadshot Silver
*N/A in the city meant that the regional government is managing the team.

Seasons:
1st
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Postby United Adaikes » Fri Oct 22, 2021 7:56 am

United Adaikes Basketball Association
Season I


At the end of a 22-game regular season, 10 teams progress to the playoffs. Playoffs start in the knock-out rounds to determine who will proceed to the Quarterfinals. In the knock-outs, #3 will face #10 (KO1), as well as #4 facing #9 (KO2), with #9 and #10 needing to win twice to proceed. The #5 vs #8 (KO3) and the #6 vs #7 (KO4) matches will be a one-off game. The Quarterfinals, a best-of-3 series, will have the winners of KO1 and KO4 facing each other (QF1), as well as the winners of KO2 and KO3 (QF2). The winner of QF1 will meet #2 in the Semi-finals in a best-of-5 series, with the winner of QF2 facing #1. The winners in the Semi-finals will battle for the Championship in a best-of-7 series

The league standings after the regular season:
Nr         Team              Pld    W   L   PF   PA   PD 
1 Stonenchordon Cannonsa 22 15 7 1784 1665 +119 Advance to SEMI-FINALS
2 Wrarnerbadshot Silvera 22 15 7 1763 1645 +118 Advance to SEMI-FINALS

3 Nememslow Howlersa 22 15 7 1688 1633 +55 Twice-to-beat in Knock-outs
4 Mille-mer Krakens 22 12 10 1772 1754 +18 Twice-to-beat in Knock-outs

5 Adaikes Patriotsb 22 11 11 1731 1674 +57 Do-or-die in Knock-outs
6 Ngadabrigg Menacesb 22 11 11 1706 1717 −11 Do-or-die in Knock-outs
7 New Roenage Boltsb 22 11 11 1718 1740 −22 Do-or-die in Knock-outs
8 Radyu Phoenixes 22 10 12 1624 1701 −77 Do-or-die in Knock-outs

9 Haro Stagsc 22 9 13 1610 1711 −101 Needs to win twice in Knock-outs
10 Red Forthdor Bulldogsc 22 9 13 1650 1686 −36 Needs to win twice in Knock-outs

11 Steskia Bulls 22 8 14 1649 1663 −14 ELIMINATED
12 Fort Neojunc Striders 22 6 16 1653 1759 −106 ELIMINATED
a Stonenchordon: 3-1; Wrarnerbadshot: 2-2; Nememslow: 1-3
b Adaikes: 3-1; Ngadabrigg: 2-2; New Roenage: 1-3
c Haro: 2-0; Red Forthdor: 0-2


Knock-outs
#9 and #10 needs to win twice
(3) Nememslow Howlers 68–72 Red Forthdor Bulldogs (10)
(3) Nememslow Howlers 86–80 Red Forthdor Bulldogs (10)

(4) Mille-mer Krakens 64–78 Haro Stags (9)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 83–70 Haro Stags (9)


One-off Game
(5) Adaikes Patriots 78–71 Radyu Phoenixes (8)

(6) Ngadabrigg Menaces 69–77 New Roenage Bolts (7)


Quarterfinals (Best-of-3)
(3) Nememslow Howlers 90–78 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(3) Nememslow Howlers 70–79 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(3) Nememslow Howlers 74–80 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(8) New Roenage Bolts win series, 2-1

(4) Mille-mer Krakens 78–72 Adaikes Patriots (5)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 81–92 Adaikes Patriots (5)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 76–72 Adaikes Patriots (5)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens win series, 2-1


Semi-finals (Best-of-5)
(1) Stonenchordon Cannons 59–82 Mille-mer Krakens (4)
(1) Stonenchordon Cannons 90–89 Mille-mer Krakens (4)
(1) Stonenchordon Cannons 87–73 Mille-mer Krakens (4)
(1) Stonenchordon Cannons 71–95 Mille-mer Krakens (4)
(1) Stonenchordon Cannons 68–78 Mille-mer Krakens (4)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens win series, 3-2

(2) Wrarnerbadshot Silver 84–69 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(2) Wrarnerbadshot Silver 78–86 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(2) Wrarnerbadshot Silver 83–94 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(2) Wrarnerbadshot Silver 72–84 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(7) New Roenage Bolts win series, 3-1


3rd Place Playoff
(1) Stonenchordon Cannons 57–75 Wrarnerbadshot Silver (2)
Wrarnerbadshot Silver wins 3rd Place


Finals (Best-of-7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 78–65 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 79–75 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 89–70 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 67–92 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 76–79 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens 92–80 New Roenage Bolts (7)
(4) Mille-mer Krakens wins Championship, 4-2
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Postby United Adaikes » Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:26 pm

Even before the current government intervened and proposed sports as a significant contributing factor in the community to lessen crime and drugs, especially to the youth, football clubs and competitions have sprouted all over the local scene in the United Adaikes. With the help of the private industries and companies, the United Adaikes Football Association (UAFA) institutionalized a professional football league system, Adaikes Premier Football (the "League" was dropped in the name after the league division, as the Adaikes Premier Football League connotes the top-tier football league).

Head, United Adaikes Football Association: Myron Lillakis
Chairperson, Adaikes Premier Football: Primula Wood

Adaikes Premier Football

Starting as a 31-team 62-matchday league, the league system was divided into two leagues after the first season. The second season also introduced the league cup, the Adaikes Football Cup. The UAAUA Football is the primary source of prospect players for the professional football teams.

League classification: a. Points (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw); b. Goal difference; c. Goals scored
Seasons:
1st
2nd (Part I)
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Adaikes Premier Football League
Season I


When the government announced the creation of a professional football league and that all cities in the United Adaikes would be participating, more or less 1, 000 men and women, ages 18-40, participated in the tryouts held by the teams.

The teams are only capped to have 30 players submitted as the official members of the team for the league. However, it is the discretion of the team to sign trial or practice players. Also, players aged 18-23 that are still in the university should not be given professional contracts but are included in the count of the official team members unless the player forgoes college. A player who has also forgone college but wants to return to a UAAUA university to finish their degree cannot play for that university in UAAUA Football games.

As it is the first season, the league directed the teams to give a one-year contract only to their players, but teams can offer multiple-year contract extensions (maximum of five years) to players in the middle of the season.

In a match, there should be 23 players ready for a team to play in a friendly match with no maximum number of substitutions and 18 players for a league match with a maximum of 3 substitutions in a match. There should always be at least two (2) goalkeepers in the team (one starter and one reserve goalkeeper).

Final League Table:
Adaikes Premier Football League Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts
1 Gasple Dynamic 60 34 11 15 88 63 +25 113 CHAMPION
2 Bridlo Riddles 60 30 14 16 88 72 +16 104
3 Steskia Bold Kings 60 27 17 16 101 76 +25 98
4 Wramerbadshot Watchers 60 27 15 18 78 68 +10 96
5 Perthdoches Hyenas 60 26 15 19 83 67 +16 93
6 East Fairdesshields Eagles 60 26 15 19 72 63 +9 93
7 Fort Bloom Crocodiles 60 24 19 17 78 60 +18 91
8 North Shil Silent Vipers 60 26 13 21 81 70 +11 91
9 Endjor Anacondas 60 24 18 18 72 67 +5 90
10 Silyatown Hounds 60 24 16 20 74 70 +4 88
11 Stonesafdam Saints 60 26 9 25 86 81 +5 87
12 Mille-mer Islanders 60 23 15 22 78 80 −2 84
13 Neojunc Wildcats 60 22 17 21 86 80 +6 83
14 Linraunds Griffins 60 23 12 25 75 87 −12 81
15 Fastdar Steel Hogs 60 23 12 25 82 96 −14 81
16 Squiston Hard Goblins 60 22 14 24 89 95 −6 80
17 Stoneryn Lions 60 22 14 24 77 85 −8 80
18 West Lucha Wolverines 60 21 16 23 68 67 +1 79
19 Stonenchordon Shadows 60 20 19 21 76 77 −1 79
20 New Roenage Legends 60 21 16 23 83 92 −9 79
21 Telscog Mammoths 60 21 15 24 86 85 +1 78
22 Radyu Bullets 60 21 13 26 82 81 +1 76
23 Endshe Porters 60 19 19 22 76 82 −6 76
24 Steskia Dodgers 60 19 19 22 75 81 −6 76
25 Bridgeside Giants 60 19 17 24 64 75 −11 74
26 Pricepud Wizards 60 19 15 26 74 76 −2 72
27 Ngadabrigg Sparks 60 18 17 25 83 105 −22 71
28 Towmes Wolves 60 18 15 27 78 87 −9 69
29 Nememslow Bulldogs 60 14 24 22 69 76 −7 66
30 Wramerbadshot Pirates 60 17 13 30 65 80 −15 64
31 Red Forthder Chiefs 60 16 12 32 73 96 −23 60


While it is still the first season of domestic football in the United Adaikes, it gave a preview of which teams will need to revamp or stay with their current lineup but make tweaks in their strategies. If a team leans on the latter but doesn't get the results they want, the next question will be up 'til when the team makes tweaks until they decide to revamp.

But with the grueling 62-matchday league, the APFL leadership has thought of making amendments in the league system.
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Postby United Adaikes » Sat Nov 20, 2021 7:41 am

Adaikes Premier Football
Season II
Part I


Based on the agreements made by the United Adaikes Football Association (UAFA) and the Adaikes Premier Football (APF) leadership, with the previous grueling 31-team 62-matchday league, these are the following changes that will happen in the second season of the Adaikes Premier Football.

A. The league system is divided into two, APFL and ACFL
Formerly a 31-team league, the league system will be divided into two, the Adaikes Premier Football League (APFL), which comprises the top 16 teams in the previous season, and the Adaikes Candidates Football League (ACFL), the bottom 15 teams during the last season. After the final matchday of the season, the team at the bottom of the standings in APFL will be relegated to the ACFL, while the team at the top of the standings in the ACFL will be promoted to the APFL. There will also be a classification play-off for APFL #14 vs. ACFL #3 and APFL #15 vs. ACFL #2. The winners will remain in/be promoted to the APFL, while the losers will stay in/be relegated to the ACFL.

Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference, and then goals scored. If still equal, teams are deemed to occupy the same position. If there is a tie for the championship, relegation, or qualification to other competitions, a play-off match at a neutral venue decides rank.

B. League-sanctioned preseason friendly games
While teams can have friendly games throughout the year, whether in- or off-season, as long as there is a gap between games (at least four (4) days before/after the next/previous game), teams will play a maximum of 4 scheduled preseason games by the APF. With an odd number of teams, there will be teams that will play three (3) matches only in the preseason. Restrictions are also in place for teams that are in the ACFL playing against teams from the APFL. The top 8 APFL teams cannot field more than five players in the field at the same time that have played more than 60% of league games in the previous season when facing ACFL teams. The bottom 8 APFL teams cannot field more than seven players in the field at the same time that have played more than 60% of league games in the previous season when facing the bottom 8 ACFL teams. No other restrictions are in place for other matchups unless stated otherwise.

C. The Adaikesian Football Cup
A league cup is introduced to highlight domestic football teams in the United Adaikes. For this year, it will only include the Adaikes Premier Football teams. Negotiations are currently being reviewed to include UAAUA teams in the Adaikesian Football Cup in the following years.

D. Introduction of Amendments as Preparation for International Club Competitions
With the United Adaikes slowly participating in international sporting competitions, these amendments are to ensure the participation and the preparation of teams to be at par with the different countries in terms of domestic football.


Preseason Games

Home Team		  Score		Away Team
Red Forthder Chiefs 2 0 Pricepud Wizards
Silyatown Hounds* 3 1 Perthdoches Hyenas*
Squiston Hard Goblins* 0 0 North Shil Silent Vipers*
Steskia Bold Kings* 2 2 Ngadabrigg Sparks
Steskia Dodgers 2 2 New Roenage Legends
Stonenchordon Shadows 1 0 Neojunc Wildcats
Stoneryn Lions 2 1 Nememslow Bulldogs*
Stonesafdam Saints* 1 0 Mille-mer Islanders*
Telscog Mammoths 2 0 Linraunds Griffins*
Towmes Wolves 1 3 Gasple Dynamic*
West Lucha Wolverines 0 0 Fort Bloom Crocodiles*
Wrarnerbadshot Pirates 1 1 Fastdar Steel Hogs*
Wrarnerbadshot Watchers*2 0 Endshe Porters
Bridgeside Giants 1 2 Endjor Anacondas*
Bridlo Riddles* 1 1 East Fairdesshields Eagles*
*APFL Team

The defending league champions started the preseason with good form, winning against Towmes Wolves, 3-1. Dynamic captain Billy Jordan assisted in all goals that went in. Derick Parsons scored 2 of the 3 goals. The Silyatown Hounds also got an upset against Perthdoches Hyenas, 3-1. Last year's midtable finisher, Silyatown, won against last year's 5th team in the league in their home. However, the biggest upset seen in the first matchday of the preseason was the ACFL side Ngadabrigg Sparks drawing 2-2 against the APFL side Steskia Bold Kings. The Bold Kings were 2 places behind the league champions.
Home Team			  Score		Away Team
Squiston Hard Goblins* 2 0 Red Forthder Chiefs
Steskia Bold Kings* 1 1 Radyu Bullets
Steskia Dodgers 0 0 Pricepud Wizards
Stonenchordon Shadows 1 2 Perthdoches Hyenas*
Stoneryn Lions 0 1 North Shil Silent Vipers*
Stonesafdam Saints* 2 2 Ngadabrigg Sparks
Telscog Mammoths 2 0 New Roenage Legends
Towmes Wolves 0 2 Neojunc Wildcats*
West Lucha Wolverines 3 0 Nememslow Bulldogs
Wrarnerbadshot Pirates 2 1 Mille-mer Islanders*
Wrarnerbadshot Watchers* 2 1 Linraunds Griffins*
Bridgeside Giants 5 2 Gasple Dynamic*
Bridlo Riddles* 3 0 Fort Bloom Crocodiles*
East Fairdesshields Eagles* 0 3 Fastdar Steel Hogs*
Endjor Anacondas* 4 2 Endshe Porters
*APFL Team

While the defending league champions had a good game in their previous matchday, it's the total opposite for this matchday. A heavy upset win by Bridgeside Giants against the Gasple Dynamic, 5-2. But it's not only the Dynamic who had a bad matchday. The Bold Kings drew again with an ACFL side, 1-1 against the Radyu Bullets, while the second-to-the-last team from last season won against APFL side Mille-mer Islanders, 2-1.
Home Team			  Score		Away Team
Steskia Dodgers 1 1 Squiston Hard Goblins*
Stonenchordon Shadows 2 0 Silyatown Hounds*
Stoneryn Lions 4 2 Red Forthder Chiefs
Stonesafdam Saints* 4 0 Radyu Bullets
Telscog Mammoths 0 0 Pricepud Wizards
Towmes Wolves 0 5 Perthdoches Hyenas*
West Lucha Wolverines 1 0 North Shil Silent Vipers*
Wrarnerbadshot Pirates 2 2 Ngadabrigg Sparks
Wrarnerbadshot Watchers* 2 0 New Roenage Legends
Bridgeside Giants 1 3 Neojunc Wildcats*
Bridlo Riddles* 3 0 Nememslow Bulldogs
East Fairdesshields Eagles* 1 0 Mille-mer Islanders*
Endjor Anacondas* 4 1 Linraunds Griffins*
Endshe Porters 1 2 Gasple Dynamic*
Fastdar Steel Hogs* 1 0 Fort Bloom Crocodiles*
*APFL Team

The top 6 teams from the last season, sans 3rd, had excellent matchdays. It was a different story for last year's 7th team Fort Bloom Crocodiles, as they lost 1-0 to fellow APFL side Fastdar Steel Hogs. Last year's 18th team also snatched a win against last year's 8th team North Shil Silent Vipers, 1-0.
Home Team			  Score		Away Team
Stoneryn Lions 2 1 Steskia Dodgers
Stonesafdam Saints* 0 2 Steskia Bold Kings*
Telscog Mammoths 1 2 Squiston Hard Goblins*
Towmes Wolves 0 4 Silyatown Hounds*
West Lucha Wolverines 2 0 Red Forthder Chiefs
Wrarnerbadshot Pirates 0 4 Radyu Bullets
Wrarnerbadshot Watchers* 3 0 Pricepud Wizards
Bridgeside Giants 1 3 Perthdoches Hyenas*
Bridlo Riddles* 2 1 North Shil Silent Vipers*
East Fairdesshields Eagles* 3 2 Ngadabrigg Sparks
Endjor Anacondas* 2 2 New Roenage Legends
Endshe Porters 0 0 Neojunc Wildcats*
Fastdar Steel Hogs* 4 2 Nememslow Bulldogs
Fort Bloom Crocodiles* 1 2 Mille-mer Islanders*
Gasple Dynamic* 0 0 Linraunds Griffins*
*APFL Team

Gasple Dynamic could not score against fellow APFL side Linraunds Griffins, ending in a dull 0-0 draw. The East Fairdesshields Eagles also had to score a late-minute goal against ACFL side Ngadabrigg Sparks, 3-2. APFL side Endjor Anacondas can also only muster a draw with ACFL side New Roenage Legends, 2-2. Mille-mer Islanders also got an upset win over last year's 7th team, the Fort Bloom Crocodiles. The Islanders were 12th last season.

League Table for the Preseason:
									Matches Against	Matches Played
Team Played Wins Draw Loss Points v. APFL v. ACFL At Home Away

*Wrarnerbadshot Watchers 4 4 0 0 12 1 3 4 0
*Bridlo Riddles 4 3 1 0 10 3 1 4 0
*Endjor Anacondas 4 3 1 0 10 2 2 3 1
*Fastdar Steel Hogs 4 3 1 0 10 2 2 2 2
West Lucha Wolverines 4 3 1 0 10 2 2 4 0
*Perthdoches Hyenas 4 3 0 1 9 1 3 0 4
Stoneryn Lions 4 3 0 1 9 1 3 4 0
*Squiston Hard Goblins 4 2 2 0 8 1 3 2 2
*East Fairdesshields Eagles 4 2 1 1 7 3 1 3 1
*Gasple Dynamic 4 2 1 1 7 1 3 1 3
*Neojunc Wildcats 4 2 1 1 7 0 4 0 4
*Stonesafdam Saints 4 2 1 1 7 2 2 4 0
Telscog Mammoths 4 2 1 1 7 2 2 4 0
*Silyatown Hounds 3 2 0 1 6 1 2 1 2
Stonenchordon Shadows 3 2 0 1 6 3 0 3 0
Wrarnerbadshot Pirates 4 1 2 1 5 2 2 4 0
*Steskia Bold Kings 3 1 2 0 5 0 3 2 1
*North Shil Silent Vipers 4 1 1 2 4 2 2 0 4
Radyu Bullets 3 1 1 1 4 2 1 0 3
Bridgeside Giants 4 1 0 3 3 4 0 4 0
*Mille-mer Islanders 4 1 0 3 3 3 1 0 4
Red Forthder Chiefs 4 1 0 3 3 1 3 1 3
Ngadabrigg Sparks 4 0 3 1 3 3 1 0 4
Steskia Dodgers 4 0 3 1 3 2 2 3 1
New Roenage Legends 4 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 4
Pricepud Wizards 4 0 2 2 2 1 3 0 4
*Fort Bloom Crocodiles 4 0 1 3 1 3 1 1 3
*Linraunds Griffins 4 0 1 3 1 3 1 0 4
Endshe Porters 4 0 1 3 1 4 0 2 2
Nememslow Bulldogs 4 0 0 4 0 2 2 0 4
Towmes Wolves 4 0 0 4 0 4 0 4 0
*APFL Team

Some better-performing teams from last season only got a few wins in the preseason. This could be the effect of APFL teams not fielding their usual lineup when facing the ACFL teams, which the latter uses to their advantage. However, it is truly an awful preseason for the defending league champions as they can only get two (2) wins and one (1) draw in their four (4) preseason matches. The best-performing APFL team would be the Bridlo Riddles, with a 3-1-0 win-draw-loss record, playing 3 APFL teams in their four (4) matches, only getting one (1) draw from the East Fairdesshield Eagles, an APFL team. The worst-performing APFL team would be the Fort Bloom Crocodiles, with a 0-1-3 win-draw-loss record, playing 3 ACFL teams in their four (4) matches, getting only a draw against the West Lucha Wolverines, the best-performing ACFL team, with a 3-1-0 win-draw-loss record, playing two (2) teams from both the APFL and ACFL.

Season Predictions

Considering the results of the previous season and the preseason games, the APF consolidated the predictions of recognized pundits for the standings of the league table at the end of the season.

APFL
Gasple Dynamic
Bridlo Riddles
Wramerbadshot Watchers
Perthdoches Hyenas
Steskia Bold Kings
East Fairdesshields Eagles
Stonesafdam Saints
Endjor Anacondas
North Shil Silent Vipers
Silyatown Hounds
Fastdar Steel Hogs
Neojunc Wildcats
Squiston Hard Goblins
Mille-mer Islanders
Fort Bloom Crocodiles
Linraunds Griffins

While the defending league champions had a lousy preseason, pundits still think they will win this season - provided everyone stays healthy. The Steskia Bold Kings dropped two places below their final standings from last season. This is due to the pundits' analysis of only winning one (1) match and drawing two (2) facing ACFL teams. With that, the Watchers and the Hyenas climb up one place. The Stonesafdam Saints and the Fastdar Steel Hogs will move four places higher than their final standings from the last season. The biggest loser is Fort Bloom Crocodiles, also fueled by their performance in the preseason, dropping eight places below their final standings from last season.


ACFL
Stoneryn Lions
West Lucha Wolverines
Telscog Mammoths
Stonenchordon Shadows
Radyu Bullets
New Roenage Legends
Bridgeside Giants
Endshe Porters
Steskia Dodgers
Pricepud Wizards
Wramerbadshot Pirates
Ngadabrigg Sparks
Towmes Wolves
Red Forthder Chiefs
Nememslow Bulldogs

There are no significant changes in the predicted final standings based on the combined performance of the ACFL teams in the previous season and the preseason. The biggest mover is the Wrarnerbadshot Pirates with three (3) places, while the Legends and the Bulldogs drop two (2) places than their final standings from last season.

Adaikes Football Cup

With only 31 teams vying for the Cup, the previous season's standings will be used as the seeds for this tournament. With an odd number of teams, the defending league champions, the Gasple Dynamic, will have a bye in Round 1.

Cup Schedule
Round 1 - after Matchday 3
Round 2 - after Matchday 8
Quarterfinals - after Matchday 13
Semi-finals - after Matchday 18
Finals - after Matchday 22


Round 1 Draw
(teams listed first are the home team)

(1) Gasple Dynamic vs. BYE
(17) Stoneryn Lions vs. (16) Squiston Hard Goblins
(8) North Shil Silent Vipers vs. (25) Bridgeside Giants
(24) Steskia Dodgers vs. (9) Endjor Anacondas

(29) Nememslow Bulldogs vs. (4) Wrarnerbadshot Watchers
(13) Neojunc Wildcats vs. (20) New Roenage Legends
(28) Towmes Wolves vs. (5) Perthdoches Hyenas
(12) Mille-mer Islanders vs. (21) Telscog Mammoths

(2) Bridlo Riddles vs. (31) Red Forthdor Chiefs
(18) West Lucha Wolverines vs. (15) Fastdar Steel Hogs
(7) Fort Bloom Crocodiles vs. (26) Pricepud Wizards
(23) Endshe Porters vs. (10) Silyatown Hounds

(30) Wrarnerbadshot Pirates vs. (3) Steskia Bold Kings
(14) Linraunds Griffins vs. (19) Stonenchordon Shadows
(27) Ngadabrigg Sparks vs. (6) East Fairdesshields Eagles
(11) Stonesafdam Saints vs (22) Radyu Bullets
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