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Aussie Rules World Cup III - Everything Thread

Postby Sylestone » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:38 pm

Welcome to Baggieland and Sylestone for the third Aussie Rules World Cup, the competition for the sport Australian Rules Football. With twenty sides drawn into four groups of five, the top two will progress to the quarterfinals, where they will be vying for three consecutive wins to lift the trophy. Which of the sides will it be?
Groups A and B will be played in Baggieland and scored by Sylestone, while groups C and D will be played in Sylestone and scored by Baggieland. Each nation should produce a roster with 18 starters, four interchangers and as many reserves as you want.

Links:
Wikipedia Page on Australian Rules Football
ARWC II
OOC thread
Ranks
Host Bid

An RP Permission box should also be in use, and have at least the following:
Choose my scorers: Y/N
RP injuries to my players: Y/N
Godmod Injuries to my players: Y/N
Suspend my players: Y/N
Godmod scoring events: Y/N
Godmod other events: Y/N


Pots:
Unranked nations were seeded into pots 3-5 randomly.

Pot One: Sylestone (1 - Host), Baggieland (3 - Host), Sarzonia (2), Ko-oren (4).
Pot Two: HUElavia (5), TJUN-ia (6), Kriegiersien (9), Hebitaka (9).
Pot Three: Alice Bay (15), Quebecois Acadiana (UR), Sannyamathland (UR), Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes (UR).
Pot Four: Islands of Ventro (UR), Juvencus (UR), United States of Devonta (UR), Kandonica (UR).
Pot Five: Central Antarctic Peninsula (UR), New Jacobland (UR), HMS Onslaught (UR), Ecabo (UR).

Groups:
Group A
Baggieland
HMS Onslaught
Hebitaka
Islands of Ventro
Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes

Matchday One:
HMS Onslaught - Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes @ Hawthorn.
Hebitaka - Islands of Ventro @ Bunn’s Field.
Baggieland bye

Matchday Two:
Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes - Hebitaka @ Regis Island.
Baggieland - HMS Onslaught @ Albion.
Islands of Ventro bye

Matchday Three:
Hebitaka - Baggieland @ Albion.
Islands of Ventro - Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes @ Batson Island.
HMS Onslaught bye

Matchday Four:
Baggieland - Islands of Ventro @ Albion.
HMS Onslaught - Hebitaka @ Bunn’s Field.
Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes bye

Matchday Five:
Islands of Ventro - HMS Onslaught @ Cunningham Island.
Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes - Baggieland @ Albion.
Hebitaka bye


Group B
Alice Bay
HUElavia
Kandonica
New Jacobland
Sarzonia

Matchday One:
HUElavia - Sarzonia @ Albion.
Kandonica - New Jacobland @ Stoney Lane.
Alice Bay bye

Matchday Two:
Sarzonia - Kandonica @ Cunningham Island.
Alice Bay - HUElavia @ Hawthorn.
New Jacobland bye

Matchday Three:
Kandonica - Alice Bay @ Hawthorn.
New Jacobland - Sarzonia @ Regis Island.
HUElavia bye

Matchday Four:
Alice Bay - New Jacobland @ Stoney Lane.
HUElavia - Kandonica @ Hawthorn.
Sarzonia bye

Matchday Five:
New Jacobland - HUElavia @ Hawthorn.
Sarzonia - Alice Bay @ Stoney Lane.
Kandonica bye


Group C
Central Antarctic Peninsula
Sannyamathland
Sylestone
TJUN-ia
United States of Devonta

Matchday One:
Sannyamathland - United States of Devonta @ Capital Stadium, Avondale
Sylestone - TJUN-ia @ Capital Stadium, Avondale
Central Antarctic Peninsula bye

Matchday Two:
United States of Devonta - Sylestone @ Capital Stadium, Avondale
Central Antarctic Peninsula - Sannyamathland @ Capital Stadium, Avondale
TJUN-ia bye

Matchday Three:
Sylestone - Central Antarctic Peninsula @ Capital Stadium, Avondale
TJUN-ia - United States of Devonta @ Capital Stadium, Avondale
Sannyamathland bye

Matchday Four:
Central Antarctic Peninsula - TJUN-ia @ Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
Sannyamathland - Sylestone @ Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
United States of Devonta bye

Matchday Five:
TJUN-ia - Sannyamathland @ Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
United States of Devonta - Central Antarctic Peninsula @ Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
Sylestone bye


Group D
Juvencus
Ko-oren
Kriegiersien
Ecabo
Quebecois Acadiana

Ko-oren - Quebecois Acadiana @ Chamberley Cricket Ground, Chamberley
Kriegiersien - Ecabo @ Chamberley Cricket Ground, Chamberley
Juvencus bye

Matchday Two:
Quebecois Acadiana - Kriegiersien @ Chamberley Cricket Ground, Chamberley
Juvencus - Ko-oren @ Chamberley Cricket Ground, Chamberley
Ecabo bye

Matchday Three:
Kriegiersien - Juvencus @ Chamberley Cricket Ground, Chamberley
Ecabo - Quebecois Acadiana @ Chamberley Cricket Ground, Chamberley
Ko-oren bye

Matchday Four:
Juvencus - Ecabo @ Merindah Stadium, Betham
Ko-oren - Kriegiersien @ Merindah Stadium, Betham
Quebecois Acadiana bye

Matchday Five:
Ecabo - Ko-oren @ Merindah Stadium, Betham
Quebecois Acadiana - Juvencus @ Merindah Stadium, Betham
Kriegiersien bye


Knockouts:
Quarter Finals:
1. W Group A - RU Group B @ Albion
2. W Group B - RU Group A @ Hawthorn
3. W Group C - RU Group D @ Kirkham
4. W Group D - RU Group C @ Betham

Semi Finals:
5. W1 - W2 @ Albion
6. W3 - W4 @ Avondale

3PPO:
L5 - L6 @ Chamberley

Final:
W5 - W6 @ Albion.

Dates:
Matchday One - 16 April
Matchday Two - 18 April
Matchday Three - 20 April
Matchday Four - 23 April
Matchday Five - 25 April
Quarter Finals - 27 April
Semi Finals - 30 April
Final and 3PPO - 2 May

Tiebreakers:
Points
H2H Record
Goal Difference
Goals For
IC Coin Flip (OOC: RP Bonus)
OOC Coin Flip

Cutoff Times:
Sylestone: 6-8 am UTC (4-6 pm AEST)
Baggieland: No later than (could also be a lot earlier) 2pm UTC (12am AEST)
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Postby Sylestone » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:39 pm

Sylestone is a tropical island nation located in the region of Esportiva. The nation is home to 25 million people and sentient objects who are sure to welcome your national side and supporters to the country. Being a wonderful tourist destination, there are many things to do in off days, including going to the world-class beaches, rainforests, reefs and of course the amazing resort of Felton Island. The nation also has a reasonably high level of technology that ought to make everyone feel comfortable, as well as an efficient transport system. The economy is unsurprisingly run by the tourism industry, although the dairy and agriculture industries are significant in size.

Sylestone is roughly 750,000km square and generally takes about twelve hours to travel by car from Dunkirk in the northwest to Kirkham in the southeast. However, it will only take two if travelling by aeroplane and ten if catching a train. A physical map of Sylestone will be found below and we hope you enjoy your stay in paradise.

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Dangers
Sylestone may be beautiful, but like many tropical countries, it is not without its dangers. The nation is full of snakes, spiders, jellyfish, big cats and many other deadly predators. Also watch the Mwimbi Bimbi fruit that will kill if touched, let alone swallowed. It looks like an ordinary plum but with thorns on the stem. Remember to watch out for elves in the Melville Rainforest surrounding Emacuton and Chamberley, they will kill anyone who seems to cause disunity. And whatever you do, do not offend the sentient objects of Kirkham…

Four venues across the nation will be in use for this tournament. They are as follows:

Chamberley Cricket Ground (CCG), Chamberley
Capacity: 86,000
About: Despite being primarily used for cricket, the nation’s national sport, this ground can also be used for Aussie Rules football. The stadium is located right by the beach and it is not uncommon to see professional sports players having a swim after a match. However, do not miss Felton Island, a famous tourist resort off the coast, the reefs and the rainforests that surround Chamberley.

Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
Capacity: 23,000
About: Located in the same sporting complex as Sentient Oval, the Arena of Sentients is a smallish stadium located in the centre of Kirkham. But the beauty of the place is the fact that it is home to the sentient objects of Sylestone. Stoves, microwaves, you name it. You’ll find them here. We hope y’all in Group A will enjoy this place!

Capital Stadium, Avondale
Capacity: 100,000
About: The largest Aussie Rules stadium in the country, Capital Stadium is a massive ground among the world’s great ones. Located in the capital, there is much to do, including visiting the many landmarks Avondale is famous for, such as the Chivalton Reef, Avondale Zoo and Mount Gobble.

Merindah Stadium, Betham
Capacity: 37,000
About: As it seems to be the theme with Betham sporting stadiums, Merindah Stadium is located near the seaside in the suburb of Merindah. It is reasonably large, although looks small compared to the Bay Reserve. The stadium is quite cramped, so any noise made will be amplified. The atmosphere is electric and players almost always enjoy playing here.
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Postby Baggieland » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:43 pm

(Posting this again so that RPers don't have to continually flip between this thread and the sign up thread).

Welcome to Baggieland


Baggieland is a tropical island nation with a plethora of sun-kissed beaches lined with majestic palms. There are plenty of water sports to enjoy such as surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving on pristine coral reefs, together with a vibrant and exciting nightlife. Visitors can also venture into the unspoiled wilderness to experience jungle trekking, white water rafting and mountain climbing in this nation that has it all.

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There are four main cities:

Hawthorn is the capital and by far the largest city. It has the nation’s sole airport, which serves international flights only. It surrounds Lake Throstle, which actually isn’t a lake, but an inland sea.

Albion has Baggieland’s only deep-water port and is the centre of all international trade, as well as being home to the Baggielandian Royal Navy. It is an industrial city and the only one without a beach, so most tourists avoid it.

Stoney Lane and the nearby Ark Island have the best snorkelling and scuba diving spots.

Bunn’s Field has the best surfing beaches and there are also good snorkelling and scuba diving locations around Birches Island.

There are three smaller populated areas in the Three Degrees region:

Regis Island, Batson Island and Cunningham Island. These islands have good surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving as well, but they are best known by scuba divers for the abundance of ship wrecks.

There are no cars in Baggieland, but there is a very efficient public transportation system. There are trams within cities, trains between cities and ferries to the islands. All of which run every few minutes from early in the morning until late at night. The longest route, Cunningham Island to Ark Island, takes no more than five hours.

The people of Baggieland are all vat-created – so every citizen is 24 years old and shall remain that age forever.

Sport in Baggieland

All Baggies are sport crazy, the nation comes to a standstill every time a game is being played. The players that make it to the top of their game are treated as gods.

Dartmouth Hill (97,842), Hawthorn, is the home of football.
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Birches Park (89,476), Bunn’s Field, is the home of rugby.
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Waverley Oval (82,612), Albion, is the home of Aussie rules.
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Cooper’s Field (62,591), Stoney Lane, is the home of cricket.
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Maripasoula Stadium (32,836), Regis Island.
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St. George’s (28,451), Batson Island.
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The Archway (19,026), Cunningham Island.
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All of the stadiums’ pitches can be converted into any pitch type (like Sapporo stadium in RL).

Travel Warning Advisory

Are you wondering why there are so many ship wrecks in the Three Degrees Region? There is a rogue submarine HMS Onslaught that operates in this area. They approach the ferries looking for booty and often sink the ships if they’re not satisfied with the takings (they always allow the passengers and crew into the lifeboats first – no one’s been lost – yet). If you should find yourself in this situation, well… you’re on your own.
Danger rating: 5/10. They might be satisfied with their booty.

As Baggieland has an equatorial climate, there are sharks in the seas off the coast, but no shark nets. If you should find yourself up against a tiger shark while enjoying the beach life, well… you’re on your own.
Danger rating: 1/10. Shark attacks are infrequent and rarely fatal. Shark diving tours are available.

Baggielandian women are very beautiful, but beware the black widow scam. If you should find yourself in your hotel room with no memory of the previous night and all your money gone, well… it’s your own fault.
Danger rating: 10/10. There’s no escape.
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Baggieland Roster

Postby Baggieland » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:52 pm

Nickname:
The Throstles.

Home Ground:
Waverley Oval, Albion (capacity: 82,612).
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Colours:
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Rank:
3.

Manager:
James Kennedy.

Starting 18:
1. George Ayres (full back).
2. Kevin Moore (full back).
3. Alan Mills (full back).
4. Chris Austen (half back).
5. Collin Mew (half back).
6. Phil Knights (half back).
7. Bobby DiPierdomenico (centre line).
8. John Bohan (centre line).
9. Ben Edwards (centre line).
10. Dave Scott (centre line).
11. Matty Tuck (centre line).
12. Luke Matthews (centre line).
13. George Arthur (C) (half forward).
14. Dan Brereton (half forward).
15. Graham Buckenara (half forward).
16. Johny Dunstall (full forward).
17. Paul Hudson (full forward).
18. Jason Platten (full forward).

Reserves:
19. Carlos Langford (back).
20. Iggy Law (centre).
21. Rich Simmonds (centre).
22. Peter Salmon (forward).

International tournament records:
ARWC I: runners up.
ARWC II: runners up.

First ever game:
Baggieland 13.21.99
Megistos 6.12.48

Biggest win:
Central Shaneville 2.4.16
Baggieland 27.18.180

Biggest defeat:
Baggieland 18.8.116
Sarzonia 22.5.137

If my opponents RP first:
Choose my goalscorers- Y.
Godmod scoring events- Y.
Roleplay injuries to my players- Y.
Godmod injuries to my players- Y.
Godmod other events- Y.
Suspend my players- Y.
*NOTHING RIDICULOUS PLEASE.

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HMS Onslaught Roster

Postby HMS Onslaught » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:55 pm

Nickname:
The Submariners.

Colours:
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Manager:
Todd Hill.

Starting 18:
1. Howard Davenport. (full back)
2. Greg Dixon. (full back)
3. Jimmie Miles. (full back)
4. Elmer Bryan. (half back)
5. Louis Waller. (half back)
6. Lonnie Best. (half back)
7. William Farley. (centre line)
8. Kevin Chan. (centre line)
9. Edwin Dennis. (centre line)
10. Eddie Herring. (centre line)
11. Sean Hicks. (centre line)
12. George Hamilton. (centre line)
13. Lester Estrada. (half forward)
14. Bryan Joseph. (half forward)
15. Jon Rollins. (half forward)
16. Ross Hinton. (full forward)
17. Tom Middleton. (full forward)
18. Claude Irwin. (full forward)

Reserves:
19. Carl McCarty. (back)
20. Armando Lindsey. (centre)
21. Lewis Travis. (centre)
22. Martin Moss. (forward)

If my opponents RP first:
Choose my goalscorers- Y.
Godmod scoring events- Y.
Roleplay injuries to my players- Y.
Godmod injuries to my players- Y.
Godmod other events- Y.
Suspend my players- Y.
*NOTHING RIDICULOUS PLEASE.
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Postby Sarzonia » Mon Apr 12, 2021 5:29 am

Manager: Katie Sampson
Assistant: Corey Sands

Full Forwards:
Left: Reggie Brown
Centre: Devontae Booker
Right: Hal Sanchez

Half Forwards:
Left: Rebekah Lee (she HATES being called Becky)
Centre: Davide Goldman
Right: Jack Wilson

Centre
Left Wing: Vontae Springer
Centre: Quincy Johnson
Right Wing: Keiana Briggs

Half Backs:
Left: Royce Diaz
Centre: Cullen Andersen
Right: Dani Sayers

Full Backs:
Left: Jackson Clark
Centre: Xavier Ferguson
Right: Greg Bolton

Followers:
Ruckman: Alvin Percival
Rover: Steve Hill
Ruck-Rover: Allyson Lee

Interchangers:
Wilma Maastricht (Full-Forward, Half-Forwards
Skylar Hanifer (Half-Forward, Centre
Vondell Blake (Half-Back)
Emmanuel Reniere (Full-Back)


If my opponents RP first:
They may do anything, just no killing.
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Postby Kriegiersien » Mon Apr 12, 2021 6:38 am

Aussie Rules National Team Kriegiersien


This sport is, like most non Olympic sports, on an amateur level in Kriegiersien. The team send to the last World Cup consisted out of the Rugby Sevens National team (Defense), players of the reigning champion Scorpion City Kangaroos (Midfield) and Association Football players, Strikers from the Soccer Champion Timesteam (Forwards).

That failed so miserably, that the structure was changed. While the midfield from the Scorpion City Kangaroos stayed, All-Star team players from the new northern Orcleague replaced the Soccer and Rugby players.

Coach is again the legendary Crush Bandycoot.

For a nation where nudity is mandatory, clothes are always a nice surprise. Kriegiersien comes as always in their black Olympic rags.. jerseys.
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Coach
Crush Bandycoot

Defender

Grom'gurne Bloodguard (Small Barren Island)
Kotultuld Vicelaugh (Northnorth City)
Bortar Stoutrest (Party Smashers)
Krarn Blindedge (Party Smashers)
Drakmiguld Bonesong (Party Smashers)
Crozhegoch Deathflesh (Bonebrakers)


Midfield

George Fielding (Scorpion City Kangaroos)
Isaiah Taylor (Scorpion City Kangaroos)
Liam Magrath (Scorpion City Kangaroos)
Callum Price (Scorpion City Kangaroos)
Sam Tran (Scorpion City Kangaroos)
Harley Thompson (Scorpion City Kangaroos)

Forwards

Drovgir Sourblood (Tomb City)
Suzikk Deadhunter (Smackers)
Thestomvok Bloodpack (Party Smashers)
Mizhohlnest Firemarch (Doomdropper)
Grehge Hollowtask (Burna Gurlz)
Grizi Frostbeast (Burna Gurlz)

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Reserves

Steve Dundee
Robert Ruckman
Felix Arth
Otto Strongbow




If my opponents RPs:
Go crazy

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Postby HUElavia » Mon Apr 12, 2021 9:21 am

HUElavia National Aussie Rules Football Team


Full Forwards:
Left: Rafael Camargo de Freitas
Centre: Saul Valdés
Right: Victor Lebrun

Half Forwards:
Left: Amadou Portier
Centre: Reinaldo Jardim Nakata
Right: Eric Serrano

Centre
Left Wing: Sergi Sallent
Centre: Dodato Dato
Right Wing: Iago Ruiz Vaz

Half Backs:
Left: Tiago Pedroso Fontes
Centre: Alfonso Charpantier
Right: Qora Pari Alca

Full Backs:
Left: Baudouin Baudet
Centre: Jonas Albuquerque Serrano
Right: Eneko Torres

Followers:
Ruckman: Diego Castellano
Rover: Cedric Blouin
Ruck-Rover: Diego Cavalcanti Caetano

Interchangers:
Nelson Clemente Moreira (Full-Forward, Half-Forwards
Luka Martínez (Half-Forward, Centre)
Mauro Perrotti (Half-Back)
Sumak Michi Huayta (Full-Back)


If my opponents RP first:
Choose my goalscorers- Y.
Godmod scoring events- Y.
Roleplay injuries to my players- Y.
Godmod injuries to my players- N.
Godmod other events- Y. (but no killing)
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Postby TJUN-ia » Mon Apr 12, 2021 10:01 am

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Name: TJUN-ia
Trigram: TJU
Nickname: Jaguars or Jags
Governing Body: TJUN-ia Association of Australian-rules Football (TJUN-ia-AAF/TAAF/"the TAAFy")
Home Colours: Light Blue/Orange
Away Colours: Orange/Light Blue
Clash Colours: Black/Dark Orange

AW YEAH! THE 3RD ARWC IS IN THE HOUSE! After the first tournament was held in Baggieland and the 2nd in Sylestone, both nations have just gone about and decided to host the 3rd - with a similar format, but only 9 teams that have competed before. That means 11 teams will making their Aussie Rules debuts at this World Cup and with David Scott's side looking to actually win a final for once in their existence, any obstacles will be taken with a degree of seriousness this time around. TJUN-is group is a group of opposites, with the 3 debuting teams being complimented by fucking Sylestone, the #1 team in the land, the co-hosts and the defending champions. 4-0 would be a miracle but with how good we've been in previous tournaments, who knows what could happen in a sport as crazy as this.


TEAM
Manager: David Scott (48)
Assistant Manager: Alex Noongar-Wardandi (34)

STARTING 18
RBP: #1 Nic Fulton (24)
FB: #2 David McCarrow (25)
RBP: #3 Andre Oceanique (24)

LBF: #4 Peter McGovern (23)
CHB: #5 Micky Fuller (23)
RBF: #6 Ang Wanganeen (25)

LW: #7 Chris Rowell (22)
C: #8 Logan Markus (23)
RW: #9 Lewis Hamish (25)

LFF: #10 Joe Kelleher (21)
CHF: #11 Jack Wood (22)
RFF: #12 Harry Christoff (23)

LFP: #13 Logan Jackson (24)
FF: #14 Gregor McHulton (25)
RFP: #15 Steven Cox (25) (C)

Ru: #16 Killian Clegg (26)
RR: #17 Jason Carters (24)
Ro: #18 Hamish McWillson-Pakatawa (25)

INTERCHANGE
INT: #19 Liken Davidson (21, FF/HF)
INT: #20 Finn Todd (20, HF/C)
INT: #21 Jack Petawanni (22, HB)
INT: #22 Hamish McGollah (23, FB)


THE CALL
The Jaguars are here to win it all,
For TJUN-ia, we'll play for all!
Our flag is raised, Orange and Blue,
And we all know just what to do!
We'll fight, fight, fight and we'll win, win, win
Until the flag is ours to win!
So come aboard and sing, sing, sing
FOR THE JAGUARS ARE HERE TO WIN!



SCHEDULE (Group C, Sylestone)
MD1: vs Sylestone (1) - Capital Stadium, Avondale
MD2: BYE
MD3: vs United States of Devonta (UR) - Capital Stadium, Avondale
MD4: vs Central Antarctic Peninsula (UR) - Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
MD5: vs Sannyamathland (UR) - Arena of Sentients, Kirkham



PERMISSIONS
If my opponent RPs first:
Choose my goalscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
Roleplay injuries to my players: Y
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Godmod other events: Y (no death/murder)
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4th: WBC50, IBC31
Quarterfinals: IAC9, ARWC1, RLWC19, IBC30, ARWC2, WB41, IAC12, 7WC6
Ro16: BoF71, CoH77, WBC49, IACX, IAC11, DBC49, WCoH42, DBC50
Other: Bowl Winners (AVBF6)
NSSCRA - Jaguar Racing: #07 Michael Stefan (2 Wins)/#64 Alfonso Mercado/#03 Maddison Riley-Jones (S10 T2 Champion/3 T2 Wins)
WGPC: #11 Lane Carter/ #9 Batu Tüvshinbayar
NSTT: 3 Singles Titles (2 Runners-up)/1 Doubles Title (1 Runner-up)

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Postby Sarzonia » Mon Apr 12, 2021 10:23 am

Typically, two editions of any newer competition are hardly enough to forge a genuine rivalry between or among teams.

That has not been the case for the Sarzonian national Australian rules football team.

After winning the first competition against host nation Baggieland and finishing third with a dramatic one-point victory over HUElavia, the Stars have no shortage of potential rivals in this code of the sport.

For starters, there's Baggieland, once again tapped to host an Aussie Rules World Cup after they solo hosted the inaugural edition. This time, they will be joined by Sylestone, the hosts of the most recent World Cup as the host nation. The Stars defeated Baggieland during the group stage of the inaugural edition, providing the hosts with their first defeat. That loss sent the nation of Baggieland into mourning, while the victory was greeted by confused shrugs in Sarzonia. The shrugs turned to celebration when the Stars beat Baggieland in the championship final to become the first-ever champions of this competition.

Then there's group mates HUElavia. Sarzonia defeated HUElavia handily during the group stage of ARWC II and then edged past them in the third place playoff to retain a spot on the medal stand after a loss to Baggieland in the semifinals. The Stars will open ARWC III against HUElavia in Albion.

Stars manager Katie Sampson said she looked forward to starting off with a challenge right off the bat.

"It's great to play a match against a highly-ranked side so early in the competition," she said. "There won't be any sleepwalking. We're going to have to get after it straight away."

The Stars will wrap up group play against Alice Bay, the other team that is ranked in Group B. Sampson warned reporters against fixating on ranks at this early stage of the competition.

"A committed unranked side can still do serious damage in a competition," she said, noting that Sarzonia's national lacrosse and basketball teams won the third editions of their respective competitions as debutant nations. She also pointed out that both teams laid early claims to being the best in the history of their sport.

"The lacrosse team won five titles and only lost one finals match in their history," she said. "Basketball went to, what was it, seven consecutive finals? Eight? They won four titles. It's tough for a new team to qualify right out of the gate in a well-established competition like the World Cup or the World Baseball Classic than it is for a team to do well in a newer tournament." She also added that Delaclava won the World Cup of Masters in their debut in the third edition after host nation Sarzonia failed to advance out of the group stages.

"You can make a lot of hay in a third edition of a competition when you're a new team," she said. "We're going to have to be mindful of that."
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Postby Juvencus » Mon Apr 12, 2021 11:12 am

Information about Juvencus:
Capital: Pomena
Population: 130,656,702
Demonym: Juven
Country Code: JUE
Association: JARFA(Juven Australian Rules Football Association)
Nickname: Irresponsibles
Home colors: Red/gold
Away colors: Black/white
Australian Football History: Australian football has never had a huge footing in Juvencus, as it has mostly been relegated to a sport of the fringes of the nation. As such the entirety of the squad is consisting of French-speaking players from close to the borderlands of the nation. The history of the sport and how it came to Juvencus is largely unkown, though it is speculated that it was brought over by an English-speaking population from the planet earth through a portal during the 1950s, though they disappeared just as fast as they taught the sport to a select few people.

Full forwards:
Paul Paul
François Lamarre
Rainier Jordan

Half forwards:
Aimé Gauthier
Pons Poirier
Anselme Langlais

Centre:
Noham Leclair
Elouan Comtois
Fabrice Soucy

Half backs:
Samuel Félix
Anselme Langlais
Noham Leclair

Full backs:
Elouan Comtois
Fabrice Soucy
Samuel Félix

Followers:
Edmond Clément
Jean-Baptiste Lamarre
Maël Coste

Interchangers:
Jacques Dupont
Jérémy Jérôme
Cyrille Lévesque
Thierry Lucas

Coaching staff:
Ange Salmon
Anselme Allard
Stéphane Sault

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Godmod other events: Y no killings
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Postby Sylestone » Tue Apr 13, 2021 3:32 pm

Four years ago, Sylestone's first-ever Australian Rules Football team was established. It was one young side, with all players being 25 years or below. Now, four years onwards, they are stronger than ever and will defend their title viciously. They have home crowds to impress and with the sport's most important (and only) trophy on the line, can they do it again?

Nickname:
The Hawthorns

Full Forwards:
Left: James Stevenson (28)
Centre: Lachlan Fiedler (24)
Right: Brian Cleavey (25)

Half Forwards:
Left: Karyn Eamers (27)
Centre:Daniel Little (29)
Right: Felix Armstrong (29)

Centre
Left Wing: Cory Brocklehurst (29)
Centre: Shannon Heart (27)
Right Wing: George Shipton (28)

Half Backs:
Left: Riley Mershert (19)
Centre: Steven Mead (23)
Right: Ashlyn Mead (26)

Full Backs:
Left: Jason Crow (19)
Centre: Jordan Bride (21)
Right: Fergus Boult (28)

Followers:
Ruckman: Percy Jones (25)
Rover: Jack Grange (26)
Ruck-Rover: Rhonda Kirkgard (24)

Interchangers:
Peter Mackay (Full-Forward, Half-Forwards) (26)
Anil Garagar (Half-Forward, Centre) (23)
Chloe Smudge (Half-Back) (29)
Tristan Nair (Full-Back) (28)

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Ko-oren's EAGLES at the Third Aussie Rules World Cup

Why the Eagles? In absence of players from the central bits of Ko-oren, and as long as Aussie Rules isn't that popular in those areas at all, the team has opted for Eagles over Dragonflies.
Colours: Brown, with yellow, green, and blue elements. Away: White, with green and blue trim.
Which languages are spoken by this team? About half of the team speaks the rarest language within the Ko-orenite language family: Tarrashall. The rest speaks Mawr (a Gaelic language). A small minority speaks English, French, Gehrenna, or Dutch. The names of the players should speak for themselves.

Starting XVIII
1 LBP Ddinrall yMifmhan (28) - Mawrystwyth
2 FB Dodtwr yGeollrhom (24) - Mawrystwyth
3 RBP Targabiddy Winnlip (26) - Eaglebury
4 LBF Angus Clarke (21) - Eaglebury
5 CHB Corringoora Pundaroo (31) - Aralla
6 RBF Cemrwd yFfachwis (28) - Llandy
7 C Walenbooke Lawarjarro (26) - Aralla
8 LW Peswfis yGwllcwl (24) - Llandy
9 RW Jowlee Minrong (22) - Eaglebury
X Ru Seortawl yPaeblws (23) - Mawrystwyth
= Ro Beoffid yDoffchis (19) - Penstead
10 RR Mallerbury Lawarjarro (23) - Aralla
11 LFF Aart Trutman (24) - Llandy
12 CHF Limbie Yembeane (30) - Myaranowra
13 RFF Max Girault (21) - Mawrystwyth
14 LFP Melvin Archer (22) - Mawrystwyth
15 FF Kagageera Wanbin (26) - Tarrashall
16 RFP Gwddnhewch yFwstedd (24) - yNelseg

Interchange
17 Ro Culludie Yarragee (22) - Eaglebury
18 CHB Loongarra Taranay (25) - Nyashawill
19 FF Lewrnhael yFidcawd (27) - yMhinem
1X RW Edmond Sabilline (26) - East ARL

Further selections
1= FF Jongalin Curramback (23) - Myaranowra
20 Ru Senonjaulak Sutaulingun (24) - East ARL
21 LFP Ffawgrhich yBachcheos (28) - yMhinem

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Postby Ecabo » Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:47 pm

ECABOAN NATIONAL AUSSIE RULES TEAM


The Ecaboan National Aussie Rules team was created as a last-ditch attempt to round out the numbers in the third Aussie Rules World Cup. Barely any of the players, save captain Huo Huo, have played before, as the nation has never heard of the sport before. Yet, they show signs of promise. Can they pull off some upset wins? Join us tomorrow to find out!

Full Forwards:
Jiang Zemin (20)
Hou Ling (24)
Wen Huang (31)

Half Forwards:
Hao Hua (32)
Wei Zhenya (27)
Huo Huo (33) (c)

Centre:
Xing Xinyi (26)
Tao Lingxin (26)
Jiahao Ji (24)

Half Backs:
Lu Bo (16)
Yuan Yong (29)
Yan Cai (28)

Full Backs:
Jia Wei (36)
Cui Zhang (22)
Geng Zhelan (20)

Interchangers:
Jun Tran (Full Forward) (19)
Lai Heng (Half Forward, Centre) (23)
Song Yan (Centre, Half Back) (21)
Yan Shun (Full Back) (18)

Others:
Xian Ju (Full Forward, Half Forward) (26)
Dong Yin (Centre) (29)
Zhan Chin (Half Back, Full Back) (28)

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CENTRAL ANTARCTIC PENISULA

Postby Central Antarctic Peninsula » Wed Apr 14, 2021 11:22 pm

DETAILS

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Info.
Being from an inhospitable climate, all athletes excel at most sports. These footy players also make up the majority of other CAP National teams.

Colours

Home: Navy jersey with white verticle stripes, navy shorts and hooped navy and white socks.
Away: The same but with white shorts,
Aternate: Orange jersey with navy stripes, orange shorts and orange and navy hooped socks (I couldn't figure out how to post a picture sorry.

SQUAD
1. Mark Gregson (Captain)
2. Hilbert Geoffson
3. Bob Stikersson
4. Robert Bobson
5. Finch Yickerson (Vice Captain)
6. Aaron Persson
7. Greg Billyson
8. Woody Woodson
9. Marcus Zimmerson
10. Max Glenson
11. Cully Milinkovic-Savicson
12. Erling Haasson
13. Bruce Gregson
14. Adam Boonersson
15. Sleverstein Wateersson
16. Billy Smithson
17. Hannes van Siggardsson
18. David Nevesson
19. Jaeo Moutinson
20. Bilrod Yikeyson
21. Moons Fordson
22. Killson Mbappesson

Staff
Coach - Supreme Leader Bob Bobson
Assistant Coach - Hanrod Clarkson
Goalkeeper Coach - Sally Schnikerson
Fitness Coach - Bjorn Haalersson
Physio - Merel Sroonsson


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Postby Hebitaka » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:32 am

Aussie rules team for Hebitaka


Hebitaki team ready to roar
The Hebitakish team waws not much of a show last time around. The team had made a good start winning first game against Ethane and the second one against Quemorr Islands. But that was it. The next two games were disasters as the team lost both against HEUlavia as well as Sarzonia which pushed them off from the road to the world Cup. Though we expect better this time. The team is a bit more experienced as it has alreeady played a world cup and the Footy league has been running quite good. The fans are expecting good results.

Personel

Aron Warner(Manager)
David Roy(Asst. Manager)
Rajiv Verman(Asst. Manager)

First Team

Full Forwards

Nitin Raj(Left)
Vikas Bala(Center)
Nikito Sakurazawa(Right)

Half Forwards

Arjun Gopal(Left)
Yukio Yuki(Center)
Atsuki Danzou(Right)

Centers

Lalu Srivastab(Left Wing)
Ethan Gilbert(Center)
Remo McDonald(Right Wing)

Half Backs

Yami Sizuku(Left)
Ravi Verma(Center)
Aizen Daichi(Right)

Full Backs

Greedon Raves(Left)
Gabriel Dsouza(Center)
Sung gee Kun(Right)

Followers

Lalin Rancher(Ruckman)
Shiro Haruno(Rover)
David Rowen(Ruck-Rover)

Reserves

Interchangers
Daniel Roberts
Shivam Raj
Namuto Hikari
Gurpreet Chadda

Other Extras
Hari Nathan
Naver Lee
Loke Roy

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RP injuries to my players: Y, but nothing career or life threatening
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Godmod other events: Y
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Postby Baggieland » Thu Apr 15, 2021 6:42 pm

Group C.

Sannyamathland 8.23.71 def. by United States of Devonta 12.8.80
Sylestone 15.16.106 def. TJUN-ia 8.12.60

*                                Pld   W  D  L   PF  PA  PD  Pts 
1 Sylestone 1 1 0 0 106 60 +46 4
2 United States of Devonta 1 1 0 0 80 71 +9 4
3 Sannyamathland 1 0 0 1 71 80 −9 0
4 TJUN-ia 1 0 0 1 60 106 −46 0

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Postby Baggieland » Thu Apr 15, 2021 6:46 pm

Group D.

Ko-oren 14.22.106 def. Quebecois Acadiana 10.5.65
Kriegiersien 19.20.134 def. Ecabo 8.4.52

*                        Pld   W  D  L   PF  PA  PD  Pts 
1 Kriegiersien 1 1 0 0 134 52 +82 4
2 Ko-oren 1 1 0 0 106 65 +41 4
3 Quebecois Acadiana 1 0 0 1 65 106 −41 0
4 Ecabo 1 0 0 1 52 134 −82 0

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Postby Sylestone » Thu Apr 15, 2021 10:42 pm

Group A
HMS Onslaught 17.8.110 def. by Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes 18.8.116
Hebitaka 18.19.127 def. Islands of Ventro 6.8.44

Group A                          Pld   W  D  L   PF  PA  PD  Pts 
1 Hebitaka 1 1 0 0 127 44 +83 4
2 Alaska Hawaii and the Aleutes 1 1 0 0 116 110 +6 4
3 HMS Onslaught 1 0 0 1 110 116 −6 0
4 Islands of Ventro 1 0 0 1 44 127 −83 0


Group B
HUElavia 16.6.102 def. Sarzonia 14.15.99
Kandonica 11.11.77 def. by New Jacobland 16.15.111

Group B              Pld   W  D  L   PF  PA  PD  Pts 
1 New Jacobland 1 1 0 0 111 77 +34 4
2 HUElavia 1 1 0 0 102 99 +3 4
3 Sarzonia 1 0 0 1 99 102 −3 0
4 Kandonica 1 0 0 1 77 111 −34 0
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Postby Ko-oren » Fri Apr 16, 2021 4:38 am

A slow start and a win for the Eagles

Ko-oren            11 36 76 106 14.22
Quebecois Acadiana 12 30 51 65 10.5
Q1 Q2 Q3 End


Behind at quarter time, the Eagles grinded out a slow win over our inexperienced opponents. A win is a win, that'll be the main takeaway from the game, but in order to defeat the best teams in the competition, things will have to be executed better going forward. After the quarter time deficit, some inaccurate goal kicking saw us just take a six-point lead by the half (36-30) just up 25 points from quarter time. The second half was all ours, with 40 points in the third quarter and another 30 points added in the final period. In the meantime, the Quebecois stalled out from 30 points at half time to 65 at the end. That's what the World Cup often looks like early on: teams can't always translate their training form directly to match form. The Eagles' plan obviously was to overpower our opponents on speed and power, getting the ball down the field as soon as possible, knowing that a 'lesser' opponent can't keep up, and once in the pocket, make sure to take the most secure kick possible. This was where the Quebecois got pressure on the Eagles instead, which made Archer, Wanbin, and yFwstedd miss a few early shots. As seen in the score, they got better as the game got along, though they remained suspect in one-on-one marking battles. Wanbin finishes the day on three goals and five behinds, while Archer got 2.4 and yFwstedd made 2.3. The best goal kicker was arguably Trutman, who took few shots but at least landed all of them: three goals, nothing else. On defence, yMilfmhan and yGeollrhom never let the Quebecois forwards get away with anything, but most of their goals came from a bit further out. Clarke and yFfachwis just didn't look as safe. Easily the best unit were the midfielders, so to speak: yPaeblws, yDoffchis, and Lawarjarro were near flawless on the bounce and yGwllcwl and Minrong were fine advancing the ball on the flanks.

Next up are Juvencus, who had the first round off. We'll have our round off after that. In round four are the scary Kriegiersien, who beat up on Ecabo in the meantime, which will likely decide who wins the group, from what the rankings suggest. In the final game, we're up against Ecabo.

Ko-oren still sit in fourth in the rankings, behind hosts Sylestone (1) and Baggieland (3) as well as Sarzonia, but ahead of other contenders like HUElavia, TJUN-ia, and we'd like to put Kriegiersien in that list as well, at least for now. Our status as fourth is a little disputed: we've simply taken part in all tournaments so far which is rewarded by the formula. As for actual performances: we lost in the quarterfinals to HUElavia (who are ranked below us). In the first ARWC, we did make the semis, but lost to eventual champions Sarzonia. Sure, we might be fourth, giving us a protected status in the group draw, but we have a lot to do to sneak up on the top three.
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CAP NEWS: Gregson calls out Sannyamathland

Postby Central Antarctic Peninsula » Fri Apr 16, 2021 6:03 am

CAP Fullfoward and captain Mark Gregson has called out Sannyamathland's tactics in there first round clash, where they were defeated by United States of Devonta.
'The disgusting hit and run tactics deployed by Sannyamathland are strongly condemned by the CAP national team. They were dirty, hit late on virtually every mark and deserved the loss. We look forward to thoroughly dismatling you in round 2'.

Ruckman Marcus Zimmerson also commented, "I don't know who that opposition ruckman is, but I don't care. He looks like he is 5 foot 1. He goes in with the leg Mason Cox style, but he won't be able to get his skinny leg above my shin!'

CAP will meet Sannyamathland in round 2, and it would appear that there will be no love lost.

Sannyamathland are yet to provide a comment.

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Postby Kriegiersien » Fri Apr 16, 2021 6:30 am

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Yes, this is not rugby and not the coming rugby 7s World Cup. But somewhat similar.

The Kriegiersien Aussie Rules World Cup ended with a
Kriegiersien 19.20.134
Ecabo 8.4.52

If you don’t understand the counting, don’t worry, the most Orc players from the Kriegiersien team didn’t understood it either, they just smashed their opponents in a brutal game. Thanks to the class of the midfielders from the Scorpion City Kangaroos, who could connect the brute force of the orcish strikers and defense the team took a step to the play-offs.

Quebecois Acadiana is the next opponent and underdog who has to be beaten, before with Juvencus another nation without history in this sport are the third adversaries who "is to be smashed and stomped” as defender Drakmiguld Bonesong phrased it, maybe the decisve match to reach the next round.
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A nice news comes for all the fans of the sport. A new agenda from the government, respectively the president himself, says that a World Cup title also in all not Olympic sports is now striven for. Hard.
Massive funds will be put into sports like Lacrosse, Aussie Football, American Football, Cricket, Croquet, Darts, Golf, Calvinball and others.

More professional leagues, more scouting for talents and training camps for national teams will be built up in the next time to reach this goal.
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Footy Watch: Certainly An Oof Here

Postby TJUN-ia » Fri Apr 16, 2021 10:09 am

Ah yes, the Capital Stadium in Avondale - a stadium many a footy fan back home will certainly remember from the last Aussie Rules World Cup. The Jaguars of TJUN-ia were preparing for their 3rd ARWC and as the 2nd best team in this group on ranking, the expectations were high as many wanted to see David Scott's break the Finals duck this time around. The only real issue entering this first game was the scenario we entered into: we're at Avondale facing a ravenous crowd and the defending champions themselves: the Hawthorns of Sylestone. Oh lord mate, here we go...

This contest would certainly be all about one man: Sylestone's own Lachlan Fiedler. Fiedler would be the epicentre of this entire game for the hosts and defending champions, scoring 5 goals and 4 behinds while assisting in another 45 points in some way. He was certainly a machine and no matter what Scott threw at him, he seemed like a superhero out on the oval today. That's not to say TJUN-ia didn't do anything to try and save their sanities, as we are not Kangas ;). Steven Cox scored 4 of our 8 goals today while both Gregor McHulton and Joe Kelleher showed some signs of promise overall, but this would be the Fiedler show overall as the hosts began their title defence with a 46-point win.

So not the best start to this 3rd ARWC at all, but it could've been a lot worse. We will now have a bye on MD2 before our 2nd game in Avondale against our first unranked opponent of the campaign: the United States of Devonta. GO JAGS!


SCHEDULE (Group C, Sylestone)
MD1: vs Sylestone (1) - Capital Stadium, Avondale L 8.12.60 def. by 15.16.106 (4th)
MD2: BYE
MD3: vs United States of Devonta (UR) - Capital Stadium, Avondale
MD4: vs Central Antarctic Peninsula (UR) - Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
MD5: vs Sannyamathland (UR) - Arena of Sentients, Kirkham
3rd: ARWC3
4th: WBC50, IBC31
Quarterfinals: IAC9, ARWC1, RLWC19, IBC30, ARWC2, WB41, IAC12, 7WC6
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Postby Sarzonia » Fri Apr 16, 2021 10:29 am

Rivalries don't develop when one team is constantly beating the other. They take both teams winning matches, in particular, important matches against each other.

It may be only one match to kick off the third Aussie Rules World Cup, but the battle between the Sarzonian national Aussie Rules Football team and HUElavia has the makings of turning these two countries into rivals. HUElavia defeated the Stars 102-99 to mark the first time in the three-Cup history of the tournament that Sarzonia lost its opening match.

"We came out ready to play," Sarzonia manager Katie Sampson said of her team, "but so did [HUElavia]. We've got to do a lot better from here on out."

The Stars (0-1) defeated HUElavia during the group stage of the second ARWC, then won a close contest against HUElavia in the third place playoff. She wouldn't commit publicly to calling HUElavia a rival, but the glare she gave a reporter who asked her if the loss was meaningless in the big picture of the group stage and a possible berth in the knockout rounds spoke volumes.

"Every time we lose, it's a disappointment," she said. "Especially to a team we have experience against."
Former WLC President. Member of the WBC Council, the IBO Committee and the WCoH Federation. He/him/his.
World Cup 22; World Baseball Classic 18; Di Bradini Cup 8 (U21 World Cup 29); World Bowl XI & XIV; FHWC 15 & 18; Quidditch World Cup 9; NS World Cup of Masters; Wonder Cup: Back From The Stars; World Indoor Soccer Championship I; Aussie Rules Football World Cup I & III; World Softball Classic I; AOCAF XII & XXIX; Gold Coast Basketball Tournament; AOLC 3; Handball World Cup 23; 3-time Draggonnii Inviyatii champions; 4-time IBC champions; 5-time Scott Cup and 6-time WLC champions.
First nation to win NSWC grand slam (Baptism of Fire Cup 3; Cup of Harmony 10; World Cup 22; AOCAF XII and XXIX). NSWC Hall of Fame
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