Thursday, April 13, 2006

 

Frogwatch and Round 2 Ladder


Subject: Frogwatch and Round 2 Ladder

Frogwatch
The Frogs have jumped over the Bruisers 223 to 214. 37,947

people attended the Swamp in dry conditions to see their beloved team lead
by Frog Fevola. The Bruisers have now lost 12 games in a row. The Bruisers
have lost by 5 and 9 points respectively this season. The coach
said "I'm happy with our percentage."

The Ladder

W L For Ag. % Pts
Frogs 2 0 494 467 106.8 8
Romantics 1 1 528 480 110 4
Try Hards 1 1 496 473 104.8 4
Victory 1 1 533 536 99.4 4
Slayers 1 1 507 528 96 4
Muscle 1 1 475 499 95.2 4
Louts 1 1 488 524 93.1 4
Bruisers 0 2 495 524 97.2 0

_


Tuesday, April 11, 2006

 

Round 1

Round 1  :   Highlights - Louts narrow win in their premiership defence
                               -  Slayers first win with rookie rule
                               - Romantics great start to season
                               - Frogs move to Bayswater pays

                  Lowlights - Victory's despair losing to rookie Dale Thomas
                                - Muscle's 240 to 295 loss and holding up
the ladder.
                                - Try Hards fitness concerns
                                - Bruisers final 5 minute loss to Louts

       Ladder:  Romantics
                   Frogs
                   Slayers
                   Louts
                   Bruisers
                   Victory
                   Try Hards
                   Muscle

Final Ladder Comp. -  Please nominate the AFL ladder after Round 22. Just
the teams positions.
The winner will receive 6 drinks from each competitor at the Winners
Dinner.Please have your nominations in by Round 3 CFFL - this week.

The Commish III


Tuesday, April 04, 2006

 

Mussels v Romantics

Despite having no forwards to speak of, the Romantics gave the Mussels a good old caning in the first round. After a poor result last year, an expensive preseason junket, and continuing public outbursts, the Busselton coach must be under lots of pressure in the one team town.
 
Romantics 295 to Mussels 240
 
Brown-nose:
 
3. Hayes 47
2. Robert Harvey 40
1. Paul Chapman 37
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Kent Morgan [mailto:kentm@wa.su.org.au]
Sent: Tue 4/04/2006 12:44 PM
To: CFFL Blog; warren haley; Cameron Tero; Cameron & Louise Tero; Darren Birch; Darren Birch Home; Marcus Holt (HM); Marcus Holt (W); Greg Letch; Andrew Broadbent; Andrew Broadbent Home; Kent and El Morgan; Kent Morgan; Peter Barney; Grant Collins; Grant Collins Home; Steve Jansz
Cc:
Subject: Padbury Victory v SU Slayers--the local Derby

Like the West Coast Eagles before them, the SU Slayers have recorded a win in their first game in the CFFL. Aided by the retrospective scoring and as a result with a few players appearing in unexpected positions, the scores were high.
 
Final Score: Slayers 303 defeat Victory 293
 
Brown-nose:
3. Mark Williams (50)--Victory
2. Barry Hall (44)--Slayers
1. Shane O'Bree (40)--Victory
Special mention to Dale Thomas (40 including Rookie Points)--Slayers-- in his debut game.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kent Morgan
SUWA Neighbourhood Outreach Coordinator and Forge WA Administrator
Deputy State Director
suno@wa.su.org.au
kentm@wa.su.org.au
(08)9443 5055 or 0417 952 057

 

Padbury Victory v SU Slayers--the local Derby

Like the West Coast Eagles before them, the SU Slayers have recorded a win in their first game in the CFFL. Aided by the retrospective scoring and as a result with a few players appearing in unexpected positions, the scores were high.
 
Final Score: Slayers 303 defeat Victory 293
 
Brown-nose:
3. Mark Williams (50)--Victory
2. Barry Hall (44)--Slayers
1. Shane O'Bree (40)--Victory
Special mention to Dale Thomas (40 including Rookie Points)--Slayers-- in his debut game.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kent Morgan
SUWA Neighbourhood Outreach Coordinator and Forge WA Administrator
Deputy State Director
suno@wa.su.org.au
kentm@wa.su.org.au
(08)9443 5055 or 0417 952 057

Thursday, March 30, 2006

 

FW: Bruisers Coach Laments poor performance

 
Get used to more of this

Subject: Bruisers Coach Laments poor performance

The Bruisers hit the ground with a thud this week and lost way too easily to the Louts by 72 points. Their poor score after last week's high of 276 ( a 116 turnaround), shows you that last weeks form is nothing to go on. The main culprit was F.Gehrig who went from 9 goals to scoreless, claiming he broke a toenail in the change rooms before the game and couldn't concentrate with such a devastating injury.
Coach Birch said " It was very disappointing to play so poorly after their record score. I have called the senior leadership group together and they have taken it upon themselves to have several 6:00am sessions this week. Our forward line produced a poultry 14 points, and we really miss Wayne Carey (3 goals on the weekend). Any chance Wayne might consider coming back-PLEASE!!!"
 
The Bruisers travel to Busselton this week to take on the Muscle and you can expect a very different line up. Another performance like this week will not be tolerated. 

 

FW: Round 10 Results Louts V Muscle & SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Letchy on fire

Subject: Round 10 Results Louts V Muscle & SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Controversy in this game with Muscle not receiving Louts team list although email records clearly establish it was sent Thursday night. NO PENALTY!
 
Relocation prblems still hounding coach Holt, he must be asking the question "have i done the right thing moving to the country"???????
 
Well the Louts have finally cracked two wins in a row with a cruisey win over the Muscle
 
LOUTS 208 d MUSCLE 181
 
Didnt reach the highs of last weeks game against Cannons but still produced some entertaining moments.
Last weeks hero B.Guerra went missing this week producing the big donut up forward. Hirdy casually trotted around the park and still managed to pick up 25 utility points. Talking Uts Juddy cleaned up for the Muscle with 34 points. Lloyd had 5 goals up to half time but remained scorless in the second half being staved of opportunities. Tarrant was once again a solid performer up forward. Matty Allen had his 1st run of the season and picked up a creditable 24 ruck posessions. Licuria wth 26 possessions and Ablett with 7 tackles were the better performers for the Muscle.
 
Brownnose    3. Judd   2. Lloyd   1. Ablett 
 
 
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT 
 
Here are some ideas to make our great league even greater:
 
1. Nominate a player as your captain each week and they receive double points.(Suggestion from Garred) 
 
2. If a player is injured during the course of the game then any quarter/s he failed to gain stats in can be made up by an interchange player. It must be established that the player is injured(appears on the injury list) and stats can only be made up by the inter-change player if the injured player had a ZERO stats quarter/s.
These details are clearly laid out in Mondays paper(the game) making it pretty simple to work out. 
 
3. When last minute withdrawals are made just prior to game time, the disadvantaged coach may replace the late withdrawal player with any other player from his list. (It is a huge disadvantage to lose a player without any prior knowledge - this idea creates a real -to - life response to this situation).
 
4. If these ideas are not introduced then maybe we need to increase the size of our interchange bench from 2 to 3 or 4.(Suggestion from Wazza) 
 
COMMENTS PLEASE FELLOW COACHES!!!!

 

FW: Leaked Internal Memo

Dear Boys
As you know normally before every game you receive a detailed dossier outlining all the strengths and weaknesses of the opposition team players and the coach. Well, this week is a little different - quite frankly, I couldn't be stuffed! The game against the Louts is one we pencilled in a long time ago - they are a poorly organised, poorly coached disorganised rablle - this is definately one we can takle our foot off the pedal and cruise for!
 
love
Super Coach
 
Cannons Coach A Broadbent is distancing himself from a leaked memo that went out to opposition teams earlier this morning - apparently it was slid under th ewrong email address at the teams hotel.
 
 
Subject: RE: Leaked Internal Memo

I do not want to repond to the LIM other than to say coach Broadbent seems extra confident this week. Good on him! The Louts will go quietly about their job & let the results do all the talking.


 

FW: Rd 8 results


Subject: Rd 8 results  2005 recap 

Coaches,
I concur with other comments about last Friday night - most enjoyable and humorous. I will add to my trade blunder of Carey for Corey with the fact that Carey scored 38 pts on the weekend and Corey just 1! The only compensation was the fact that I could contribute to the Finest recording only their second win for the year. Goes against the ideology of the CFFL though - crush 'em like a bug! 
 
Personally I was very nervous when I saw Richo kick a lazy 10 on the weekend against me. I thought I was gone, but fortunately some all round good form from the Bruisers lifted me up.
 
Please check attached ladder, new team lists and contact details for any errors. Marcus in particular the email address I got from you is different from the address you sent to me with rd 8 results. Can you clarify please.
 
Also need Brownnose medal votes for Try Hards v Muscle please.
 
Happy crushing,
The Commish

 

Bluff and Bluster

well said Steve - yeah Letchie dry your eyes and wipe your brown nose.

>
> Grow up Letchie! You're in the CFFL now!! CFFL stands for "Courageous
> and Fearless Football League" not "Can't Face the Fire Letchie".
> Wipe that self-righteous indignation off your face and get out there!
> If you've got a
> problem then deal with it where it counts . out on the field!!
> As I'm sure you and others have probably (wisely) told me before:
> "You're not in
> the Little League anymore!!"
>
> Cheers
> steveindigo
>
> Subject: Vilification Charge
>
> A Serous situation has has developed in the ranks of the CFFL.
>
> As the coach of the Mighty Letchy's Louts I hereby charge the
> Commisioner, Coach Darren Birch & Coach Grant Collins of making
> remarks to myself that
> where strongly vilifying in their tone.
>
> I bring to the attention of all coaches the specific incidents that
> occurred over 2 emails sent by the above mentioned members of the CFFL
> which related to to
> Myself offering friendship and support to the now country coach of
> the Bussell
> Muscle, Marcus Holt.
>
> He was struggling with relocation issues and as a result had become
> temporarily cut off from our great league(until now), communication
> wise.
>
> I had contacted Coach Holt early this week to enquire re his
> relocation struggles and settling in progress and when asked to pass
> on his round 6 results due to his
> communication problems, immediately offered my support to my fellow
> CFFL
> coach.
>
> I assumed this would be an automatic response by all CFFL coaches -
> offering care & support in a desperate time of need to a fellow
> ambassador of the greatest
> game in the world - APPARENTLY NOT!
>
> This selfless act is what led to the vilification. On two separate
> occasions emails were sent to me(copies of these have been made and
> are filed away as
> evidence)
> by the accussed, Coach Birch & Collins which described my selfless
> act of
> compassion as being "BROWNOSE"
>
> I asked for clarification from both coaches but non was forthcoming,
> thus forcing me to take this action.
>
> The description given to me as brownose is hurtful, derogatory,
> inflammatory and racist. This has caused stress to myself, my club, my
> spouse, my children, my
> sibblings and my dog spyda.
>
> These vilifying remarks have had a huge impact on my ability to
> concentrate thus unfairly influencing my ability to be at my best re
> selection of my team for round 7.
>
> My sex life has also taken a dramatic turn for the worst.
>
> I DEMAND compensation from Birch & Collins in these two areas.
>
> This matter tears at the moral fabric of the beloved CFFL competition
> and threatens to fragment members to all corners of the universe.
>
> Fellow coaches these vilifying remarks cannot go unchecked. Birch &
> Collins must be made examples of and brought to account for their
> remarks so that this
> evil behaviour will never occur again.
>
> I wait with concerned interest for responses from my fellow coaches
> especially coach Holt as he is seriously implicated in this offense.
>
> Also maybe Coach Birch should stand down as commissioner during the
> investigation of this vilification charge against him?
> Recommendations please.
>
> If in my opinion there is an unsatisfactory conclusion to this
> incident then I will have no option other than to take this mess to
> the media for them to sort out.
>
> Coach Greg Letch
> Letchy's Louts
>
>
>
>
>
> Impossible is not a fact, it's an opinion. Have your say! Check out
> the inspiring stories at adidas.com.au. We dare you


 

FW: RE: Cannons hold the line

Broady comes a cropper

Subject: Re: RE: Cannons hold the line

Cannons officials are investigating claims that their controversial coach
may
have ADHD which would help explain his erratic behaviour & at times use of
well- worn cliches!

>
> Round 9 Cannington v FinestI wonder which pedal the "brilliant?"
> Cannons Coach is going to take his foot off. The wisdom of this
> ancient Chaplains' proverb might help:
>
> "When one takes their foot off the
> accelerator the car slowly rolls to an embarrassing Holt!"
>
> Could this be the end for the over performing and arrogant Cannons?
>
>
> GC of the (top of the ladder fame) Try Hards.
>
> Subject: Cannons hold the line
>
>
> Brash, but brilliant Cannons Coach, Andrew Broadbent has shown a
> maturity beyond his years not to panic in the wake of two consecutive
> losses. Questioned about the loss to Letchies mob on the weekend a
> gracious Broadbent responded; "Yeah so Letchy pulls a game out his
> a@#^ and we're meant to panic? Not many teams will score 230 plus and
> lose games this year. We know we're clearly the best side - maybe it's
> time to take our foot off the pedal and show the rest of the
> competition wht we've really got."


 

FW: Cannons Balls Up!

Some classic Letchy circa 2004

Subject: Cannons Balls Up!

Some advise for Mr Broadbent - There is a time to be quiet and there is a
time to brag.

For the Louts it is time to brag.

Yes the Louts Lashed Over-Confident Cannons.

Has the run for Broadbent come to an end as his boys string together 2
losses? Are the Cannons Mere May Premiers Are the Cannons on an Express Ride
to the Bottom of the Ladder? Is this Rookie Coaches Inexperience and
Greeness Beginning to Show? Has Andrews Mountain Mouth finally Caved In?

What a game!
It had everything. Brilliant forward work by Guerra(7 goals), A classic
match winning full forward performance by Tarrant(5 goals),Sensational
Tackling exhibition by Kirk(8), A never say die effort in a losing team by
Power(29 possesions), Leather poisoning by Simpson(33), An Awesome Utility
domination by Hayes & Riewoldt(39&36 respectively including 13 tackles by
Lenny).

To add to this Louts ruckman Sandilands was withdrawn from the team just
before the team ran out onto the field(what is Connolly doing? Even longtime
loyal Dockers supporter A.Broadbent could not adequately expain the logic
behind this ridiculous decision!). Also Schofield went down at half time
after gathering 13 possessions.

Even dispite these backbreaking difficulties the Louts Fought on valiantly
to overcome an overconfident, matchsoft and immature Cannons outfit. They
threw all they had at the Louts but came up short, which is a common problem
for Broadbent.

The Louts have been the Sleeping Giants of the competion and the frightening
fact for all CFFL coaches is that the signs indicate they are beginning to
wake up!

RESULTS
LOUTS 245 DEFEATED CANNONS 234

BROWNNOSE AWARDS - 3.B GUERRA(42), 2.L HAYES(39), 1.N RIEWOLDT(36).


 

From the archives

Some classic FF gripes and emails

Subject: Injustice prevails

The "Finest" were still recovering from the surprising midweek sacking of Lawrence Angwin before last weeks game, and played accordingly. Angwin's FF teammates were understandably upset with the shoddy treatment he received from the Carlton Football Club over what was clearly a minor substance use issue (Lawrence confided in me over the weekend that his Mum gave it to him and told him it would help him lose weight).

What really hurt was that the Finest v TryHards game was dominated by none other than the player who chose to use his own media profile to intentionally humiliate an umpire and his family on nationwide television. This weeks events only go to show that it's OK to behave badly and be unsportsmanlike as long as you're famous and the best player going around, but if you're crap and use drugs as well, you're out the door.

Shame Carlton . Shame James.

In a caring gesture, Lawrence has been offered counselling and a low profile fundraising position by "the finest".

This episode may be the chance for the commissioner (all hail Birchy) to exercise some of his considerable influence. In order to protect the integrity of the umpires, I propose that James Hird not be allowed to play against Belmont's Finest next time. How about it? That would would teach him a lesson. I bet Coach Collins would be onto his case then.

For the record Birchy, scores were:

Tryhards 193 to the Finest 179

Votes:

3. Ottens              43  in ruck
2. Hird                   38 as ute
1. Kane Johnson   30 as ute






 

RE: CFFL News this week - A Try Hard view on proposed rule changes.

To the CFFL

 

A rivalry round may help build the profile of the league.

 

Can I suggest Muscle v Try Hards for Friday night?

 

Peter Barney – CFFL Fixture Committee

 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Marcus HOLT [mailto:Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au]
Sent
:
Thursday, 30 March 2006 11:35 AM
To: Grant.R.Collins@det.wa.edu.au; b_bent@aapt.net.au; backyard@ca.com.au; Darren.Birch@det.wa.edu.au; grantandjillian@hotmail.com; greg_letch@hotmail.com; kentm@wa.su.org.au; marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au; peterb@wa.su.org.au; warren.haley@hotmail.com; muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com
Subject: RE: CFFL News this week - A Try Hard view on proposed rule changes.

 

Hardly surprising that the Try Hards have A./ misunderstood the concept of clangers and free kicks, that these would result in loss of points not scoring points.

and B./ taking a contrary position to anything I suggest!

Youir predictability is predictable!

 

I presume Collo, like the vast majority of people is in a footy tipping competition, at school or elsewhere.

What's the problem then in adding your tips to your team and emailing it at the same time? I'll keep a tally, we'll see how we go, it'll be fun etc etc

Hardly an imposition I suggest.

 

I am happy to acknowledge that setting up your Dream Team in the AFL website comp takes a little more time and thinking (is that the problem?) but it's an excellent comp and well worth the effort. We're keen to have a league where everyone knows one another rather than be chucked in with a bunch of randoms.

The league comp part of it doesn't commence till round 4 so you have until then to pick a team and register in the "Sheep Stations" league.

 

The suggestion that my family needs more prayer or support than anyone else's is of course ridiculous and patronising but I'm always happy to have people praying for me so pray away boys if that's how God leads you.

 

You can all clamber over one another to claim the moral high ground and pretend you don't care about football or sport, I'm happy to admit I love sport, I am hooked on footy, and I'm crazy about Geelong and the day they win the premiership will rank right up there with the best days of my life.

 

If that doesn't sound like you, fair enough but don't hang it on me just cause I feel that way, I love it and I don't mind admitting it.

 

I hear there's a chaplain's knitting club starting soon, I'll send you the invitations when they come out!

 

 

Take care

 

Marcus

Official Footy Addict, got a problem with that? Tell someone who cares!

 

Subject: CFFL News this week - A Try Hard view on proposed rule changes.

Dear Commish,

 

RE RULES:

I'm FOR bonus points.

I'm AGAINST 1 bonus round.

I'm AGAINST reducing the ruck scoring value.

I'm FOR the umpy's pet scorer. (1 point per free kick given to a nominated player)

I'm FOR the "dud". (1 point per free kick given away by a nominated player)

I'm FOR the clanger count (1 point per clanger by a nominated player)

I'm AGAINST any other form or variation of football statistics or tipping dreamed up by Marcus "I have a football addiction" Holt. Our prayers go out to the Holt family during the 2006 AFL season.

 

 

GC

 

Subject: RE: CFFL News this week

Are you boys going to enter a Dream Team in the AFL website comp?

 

What about a CFFL tipping comp while we're at it? Just incude your tips when you send your team and hit reply-all. I'll keep tabs on them on the blog site.

 

Re. rules, I'm against bonus points.

I'm for 1 bonus round.

I'm for reducing the ruck scoring value.

I'm for the umpy's pet scorer.

I'm for the clanger count.

Not sure how they'd be administered or scored, perhaps nominating a player in each category from  your selected team.

 

 

 

Take care

 

Marcus

CFFL agent for change

 

 

 


 

RE: CFFL News this week - A Try Hard view on proposed rule changes.

Hardly surprising that the Try Hards have A./ misunderstood the concept of clangers and free kicks, that these would result in loss of points not scoring points.
and B./ taking a contrary position to anything I suggest!
Youir predictability is predictable!
 
I presume Collo, like the vast majority of people is in a footy tipping competition, at school or elsewhere.
What's the problem then in adding your tips to your team and emailing it at the same time? I'll keep a tally, we'll see how we go, it'll be fun etc etc
Hardly an imposition I suggest.
 
I am happy to acknowledge that setting up your Dream Team in the AFL website comp takes a little more time and thinking (is that the problem?) but it's an excellent comp and well worth the effort. We're keen to have a league where everyone knows one another rather than be chucked in with a bunch of randoms.
The league comp part of it doesn't commence till round 4 so you have until then to pick a team and register in the "Sheep Stations" league.
 
The suggestion that my family needs more prayer or support than anyone else's is of course ridiculous and patronising but I'm always happy to have people praying for me so pray away boys if that's how God leads you.
 
You can all clamber over one another to claim the moral high ground and pretend you don't care about football or sport, I'm happy to admit I love sport, I am hooked on footy, and I'm crazy about Geelong and the day they win the premiership will rank right up there with the best days of my life.
 
If that doesn't sound like you, fair enough but don't hang it on me just cause I feel that way, I love it and I don't mind admitting it.
 
I hear there's a chaplain's knitting club starting soon, I'll send you the invitations when they come out!
 
 
Take care
 
Marcus
Official Footy Addict, got a problem with that? Tell someone who cares!
 
Subject: CFFL News this week - A Try Hard view on proposed rule changes.

Dear Commish,
 
RE RULES:
I'm FOR bonus points.
I'm AGAINST 1 bonus round.
I'm AGAINST reducing the ruck scoring value.
I'm FOR the umpy's pet scorer. (1 point per free kick given to a nominated player)
I'm FOR the "dud". (1 point per free kick given away by a nominated player)
I'm FOR the clanger count (1 point per clanger by a nominated player)
I'm AGAINST any other form or variation of football statistics or tipping dreamed up by Marcus "I have a football addiction" Holt. Our prayers go out to the Holt family during the 2006 AFL season.
 
 
GC
 
Subject: RE: CFFL News this week

Are you boys going to enter a Dream Team in the AFL website comp?
 
What about a CFFL tipping comp while we're at it? Just incude your tips when you send your team and hit reply-all. I'll keep tabs on them on the blog site.
 
Re. rules, I'm against bonus points.
I'm for 1 bonus round.
I'm for reducing the ruck scoring value.
I'm for the umpy's pet scorer.
I'm for the clanger count.
Not sure how they'd be administered or scored, perhaps nominating a player in each category from  your selected team.
 
 
 
Take care
 
Marcus
CFFL agent for change
 
 
 

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

 

RE: CFFL News this week

Are you boys going to enter a Dream Team in the AFL website comp?
 
What about a CFFL tipping comp while we're at it? Just incude your tips when you send your team and hit reply-all. I'll keep tabs on them on the blog site.
 
Re. rules, I'm against bonus points.
I'm for 1 bonus round.
I'm for reducing the ruck scoring value.
I'm for the umpy's pet scorer.
I'm for the clanger count.
Not sure how they'd be administered or scored, perhaps nominating a player in each category from  your selected team.
 
 
 
Take care
 
Marcus
CFFL agent for change
 
 
 

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

 

FW: CFFL News this week

 
 
 
 

Subject: CFFL News this week

CFFL Round-up (with one eye on the genuine AFL news and tongue firmly in cheek)
In a stunning shock to the football world, several copies of the AFL Prospectus have been found amongst CFFL teams. The CFFL, under the code of conduct, has suppressed the names of those found in possession, though rumours of a leak continue to swirl around the competition. Those found to have multiple offences can be suspended from competition by the marital partners for up to a season.
 
Many of the nations pundits continue to question the ability of the reigning premier to back up again this season. With a game-plan of stats gathering and locking down opposition guns, that many feel cannot be sustained, there is little money backing the Premier.
 
Continuing their strong entrance to the League, the Slayers look forward to the season opener. Whilst other rivals have been embroiled in name-changing and venue-busting controversies, the Slayers have quietly gone about their business.
 
Rumours of a long-time club moving to the northern areas, continue to mount. The Frogs maintain that their move to Bayswater is not a precursor to a move to one of the developing northern markets. However, there is still a feeling that there are too many teams in the south and the Frogs are ripe for a relocation.
 
After a few seasons of disappointment, the Bruisers continue to have a high profile in the media. Coach DB maintains that after a few years of a good learning environment and new-age coaching techniques and with a number of players having been on the list for a few years, this is the year that the club must step up and make an impact on Finals Football.
 
After many years of toil and heartbreak, the team from Sleepy Hollow, that far-flung southern outpost have had a big preseason of golden performances. The winners of the NAB Commonwealth Games junket has excited this recently success-deprived club and blue and white is the paw of the day. Looking to avoid the Blues-like effects of such wins, the Musclehead in charge has tried to remove the golden hue from his vision and focus his medalled eyes on the upcoming draft.
 
Just days now to the draft and season opener and the call can be heard--Bring it on!
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kent Morgan
Subject: RE: Frogwatch

Commish.
 
Emails have been very quiet this week - perhaps because the SU boys and the professional sports follower masquerading as a chaplain have been out of town.
 
Is there any predraft news/goss/controversy?
 
 
 
 
 
 
Subject: Frogwatch

To coaches,

The successful Cannington Frogs have like the Dodgers, Athletics, Rams and
Wimbeldon have relocated. The team will be known as the Bayswater Frogs -
their home ground will still be The Swamp - a quicksand grave for many a
team of pretty boys (take note Slayers).

Coach Haley



Also Padbury Victory and Belmont Romantics need to submit their home
grounds. If you have, sorry,I need it again.

I suggest that round one of the competition starts with round one of the
AFL. This will add to the big draft night.
Also think about the bonus point system and also the free kicks Dud and
Umpires Pet.

The Commish III

_________________________________________________________________


Tuesday, March 14, 2006

 

FW: what is that cold steal between my shoulder blades

 
 
Subject: what is that cold steal between my shoulder blades

Memo to Kent Morgan

Confidential

Please make sure we keep this internal I think it may give us a edge over the Bruisers.

 

If you are a Bruisers player you may want to watch out for a cold sting between the shoulder blades as the head coach may turn on his CFFL team in a similar way to his response to his AFL team in week 3 of the pre-season competition. Can the Bruisers players give 100% on the field and be sure that if they go down their coach will back them up? If the Bruisers fade in the last quarter after playing in 30 degree plus heat in the previous 2 weeks will their coach keep his concerns internal or will he call them soft and pick a player to single out in front of the media?

 

This has been noted by the coaching staff at the Slayers. Others may be taking notes as well.

 

Peter Barney

Slayers CFFL Opposition Scout

 

Ps. Make sure this is leaked to the rest of the league asap.

 

 

 

Subject: Bruisers Info

 

Coaches,

Bruisers info for 06

 

Team Name – Birchy’s Bruisers

Coach – Big Bad Bustling Birchy

Ass. Coaches – Jerome Birch, Josie Birch

Fitness coach – Grace Birch

Skills Coach – Molly-Ann Birch

Player Welfare – Sophia Birch

CEO – Kathryn Birch

Home Ground – Banksia Grove MegaDome

 

Yet another Docker disappointment on the weekend. Walls and Quartermain made comments at ¾ time that this was the chance for the Dockers to show some steel and push on to what should have been their victory. Yet they turned into marshmallows again! All we want as supporters is for some effort and resolve to play hard all game, every game and to get rid of the soft underbelly they show all too often.

And if Medhurst plays anymore AFL games without a stint back in the WAFL to improve dramatically, I’ll be ready to eat my scarf!  


Monday, March 13, 2006

 

FW: Bussell Muscle details

The Bussell Muscle
Home Ground: Muscle Stadium

A few of the coaches haven't yet signed up as contributing members of the
CFFL blog. Emails can be sent straight to the blog but it's a good idea to
remove email addresses and personal info first. Saves you getting spammed so
much.
Include muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com in the address list and it will go to
the blog.

It would be remiss of me not to mention the result of the game on Saturday
night when the Dockers were exposed for what they are, pretenders, promising
little and delivering less. Sure they look OK when they get to play at home,
at Subi, in the heat, but when it comes to playing where it matters, in
Victoria, on the road, against quality opposition, the boys from Freo curl
up and hide in the corner. Master Coach Connolly is doing a great job, I
reckon on the strength of their NAB Cup run they'll extend his contract
until 2010.

Broady, I hope your Afghan bash with P&J went better than your premature
sledging and ill-informed taunts half way through the game. Better wait till
the obese female is exercising her vocal chords and the final score is on
the board before getting so excited next time!

Disclaimer:
Let it be known, that I am on record, and say again, that the Pre-season
comp means nothing, that I don't expect Geelong to win in Adelaide next
week, and that even if they do, it still means nothing. My only
disappointment is that the game won't be in Melbourne so I could take the
girls from school and allow them the pleasure and privilege of watching a
good team play footy live in a decent venue.

With so many Dockers fans on the coaching list this season I'm sure there'll
be many people pinning more hopes on their fantasy teams than the real deal!

I'm off to Melbourne tomorrow night boys, see you in a couple of weeks.

Go Cats
Take care

Marcus

PS. Who's S? W or T C I'd recognise but S confuses me.

Subject: Team names, venues and contact details.

Hello coaches,
In preparing for the season I need some of your
details. If your phone numbers for home, work, mobile has changed from last
season let me know. Also if your fax number has changed. If you have another

eail number.

Also your team name and home venue is required.

S


Saturday, March 11, 2006

 

All quiet at Dockerland

CFFL 2006
All quiet down Freo way, not a peep out of Broady, or Cam or Birchy who obviously know better than to get there hopes up about the Dockers chances against the Mighty Cats seeing as they actually have to leave Subi for the game.
Sure, the NAB Cup is only pretend, bit like fantasy footy, but worth winning for the money if nothing else.
Go Cats

Friday, March 03, 2006

 

RE: Draft Date 1st April 8pm

Well done Wazza
Roll on the draft

Take care

Marcus


Subject: Draft Date 1st April 8pm

Coaches,
Finally we can make the date Saturday 1st April at 8pm at 27A Francis St
Bayswater. Everyone is available. Steve Jansz you may want to come along and

project your smoothing influence and sus out any corruption.

Also there has been a suggestion that we begin with round 1. Sounds
interesting.

Let us also consider points for the 'Dud' player who give away free kicks
and the 'Umpires Pet' who gets free kicks.

The Commish

>Try Hards are clear on both of these dates at present.
>
>GC
>
>
>
>
>Coaches,
> This is the Commish III speaking. Let's go for either
>Friday evening 31 March or Saturday evening the 1st April. The coach of
>2004 Broady whose team the Cannons lost to the great Frog team needs to
>be part of the competition. We can begin the season with AFL Round 2.
>Marcus can make it on those nights.
>
>Please reply quickly before 'her in doors' books the night out.
>
>As for the Slayers - I'm tempted to say wait till the night for your
>instructions but to allay anxiety here is the make up of the teams as
>from last year.
>
>20 players in the squad plus one rookie. The rookie gets an extra 10
>points for the first game he plays
>
>Choose 10 players and 2 reserves for the game.
>
>3 Forwards: goals and behinds - points as normal
>3 Midfielders: 1 point per disposal (kick and handpass)
>2 Utilities: (1 point per disposal + goals and behinds as normal + 4
>points per tackle) x 1/2 + 1 point
> per mark.
>1 Tackler: 4 points per tackle
>1 Ruck: 1 point per hit out + 1 point per mark.
>2 Reserves : To replace a player at your discetion only if they don't
>start.
>Can't replace a player if
> injured during a game.
>
>Warren
>
>


Thursday, February 23, 2006

 

RE: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Wazza

We're not interested in what you're doing on Staurday, what about Saturday?

Take care

Marcus: CFFL Spell Checker


"Seachanges recommended"

Check out my blog sometime at

http://www.holtpress.blogspot.com/

-----Original Message-----
From: Grant R Collins [mailto:Grant.R.Collins@det.wa.edu.au]
Sent: Thursday, 23 February 2006 2:58 PM
To: 'warren haley'; kentm@wa.su.org.au; Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au;
c.tero@murdoch.edu.au; backyard@ca.com.au; BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au;
marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au; b_bent@aapt.net.au; greg_letch@hotmail.com;
grantandjillian@hotmail.com; peterb@wa.su.org.au;
muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com; dkbirch@optusnet.com.au;
stevejansz@optusnet.com.au
Subject: RE: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Dear Coaches,

After being offline for less than a week, I am stunned by the amount of CFFL
emails flying around cyberspace. Don't you guys do any work? Or have you all
become fulltime CFFL coaches, letting the wives earn the $$$$.

I am available for the Midnight Horror / Red Eye Special March 10 12.00pm
timeslot. Sounds quite quirky for a very quirky competition!

I will also ignore all sledges directed or inferred at the Try Hards during
the last week. As they say, a week is a long time in football.

GC

-----Original Message-----
From: warren haley [mailto:warren.haley@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 2:27 PM
To: kentm@wa.su.org.au; Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au; c.tero@murdoch.edu.au;
backyard@ca.com.au; BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au; marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au;
b_bent@aapt.net.au; greg_letch@hotmail.com; grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au;
grantandjillian@hotmail.com; peterb@wa.su.org.au;
muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com
Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Coaches,
Staurday night March 11 I am to be in Northam overnight. Every
other date I am available - that's why I'm pushing for midnight Friday.

Commish III

>From: "Kent Morgan" <kentm@wa.su.org.au>
>To: <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>, "'warren haley'"
><warren.haley@hotmail.com>, <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>,
><backyard@ca.com.au>, <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>,
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>, <b_bent@aapt.net.au>,
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>, <grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>,
><grantandjillian@hotmail.com>, <peterb@wa.su.org.au>,
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 16:41:21 +0800
>
>9.30pm March 11 works for the Slayers.
>-----------------------------------------------------------------------
>----
-
>------
>Kent Morgan
>SUWA Neighbourhood Outreach Coordinator and Forge WA Administrator
>Deputy State Director suno@wa.su.org.au
>kentm@wa.su.org.au
>(08)9443 5055 or 0417 952 057
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Marcus HOLT" <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>
>To: "'warren haley'" <warren.haley@hotmail.com>; <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>;
><backyard@ca.com.au>; <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>;
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>; <b_bent@aapt.net.au>;
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>;
><grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>; <grantandjillian@hotmail.com>;
><kentm@wa.su.org.au>; <peterb@wa.su.org.au>;
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 4:18 PM
>Subject: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>
>
>Mr Commish
>
>Can you please clarify why Sat. night Mar 11 after 9.30 is not
>available? If it's Letchy, there may be a crossed wire cause I just
>spoke to him and he is
>available at that time. Is there someone else who can't make it then?
>
>As a nocturnal person a midnight draft doesn't worry me but there's no
>point doing it then if we don't need to.
>From my reading of people's responses to the potential draft dates table it
>looks like it's ok.
>
>Coaches, if you can't make Sat Mar 11 after 9.30 please reply asap.
>
>Thanks
>
>Marcus: Confused Draft Facilitator
>
>
>Subject: Draft date
>
>
>Coaches,
> Most avenues have been exhausted for everyone to be at
>the draft except one. Saturday 11th after 9am and Sunday 12th March are
>out
>
>I propose we meet for a Midnight draft on Friday 10th March. Get the
>kids and animals to bed and off to the CFFL draft. Letchy can make it
>at midnight so I suggest the rest of us meet at 11 pm or
>earlier if you want so finalise some of the rules for this year's
>competition. If we discuss some ideas over the emails before that date and
>come to some consensus before the draft then well and good. Minimal
>discussion would then be needed before the draft on daft night. When Letchy
>arrives in his horse drawn pumpkin at midnight we can get stuck into it. We
>should at least finish by 1.30pm
>
>Also if we take this option (which is the best and most convenient -
>think of the traffic going home) I suggest we have a week for trade
>deals ending at 5pm on Friday 17th March. All coaches and the Commish
>need to be notified
>
>of any deals and changes. I think that this is reasonable considering
>the hours of the draft and some tired decisions.
>
>What about it boys - the first midnight draft. Our only other hope of
>everyone being there is the first weekend of April.
>
>The Commish
>
>_________________________________________________________________
>Make your dream car a reality
>http://a.ninemsn.com.au/b.aspx?URL=http%3A%2F%2Fcarpoint%2Eninemsn%2Eco
>m%2E
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>u&_t=12345&_r=emailtagline&_m=EXT

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Think outside the box

Boys

The situation is quite clear. Sat March 11 is a no-go, I repeat NO GO, not
at 9, 10 or midnight, scrub it.

Back to the drawing board.

Broady has presented us with a polite ultimatum, and might I say an
attractive choice! He can't make it at odd hours/late nights and would
rather forgo his position in the league if that's the only option. Tempted
as I am to bid the mouth from Padbury adieu, there is another option.

The "Think outside the box" option.

We all have busy lives and constraints we need to flexibly negotiate.

Time to be flexible.

I will be in Perth on the weekend of March 31-April 2 and I propose that we
hold the draft on Saturday April 1.

Yes it's part way through round one.

Tough. We'll all be completely equal, all have exactly the same information
upon which to base our choices and selections.

Yes you can play someone whose already played on Thurs or Fri night, that's
a little bonus afforded by this unique situation, it won't get you into the
finals and it's unlikely even to win you the game, it's just a little bonus.

I'm available on the nights of Friday 31 March or Saturday 1 April.

In the absence of other viable options, and rejecting unattractive ones,
lets go with this plan.

What do you reckon?

Take care

Marcus: CFFL Lateral Thinker


"Seachanges recommended"

Check out my blog sometime at

http://www.holtpress.blogspot.com/

-----Original Message-----
From: Grant R Collins [mailto:Grant.R.Collins@det.wa.edu.au]
Sent: Thursday, 23 February 2006 2:58 PM
To: 'warren haley'; kentm@wa.su.org.au; Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au;
c.tero@murdoch.edu.au; backyard@ca.com.au; BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au;
marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au; b_bent@aapt.net.au; greg_letch@hotmail.com;
grantandjillian@hotmail.com; peterb@wa.su.org.au;
muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com; dkbirch@optusnet.com.au;
stevejansz@optusnet.com.au
Subject: RE: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Dear Coaches,

After being offline for less than a week, I am stunned by the amount of CFFL
emails flying around cyberspace. Don't you guys do any work? Or have you all
become fulltime CFFL coaches, letting the wives earn the $$$$.

I am available for the Midnight Horror / Red Eye Special March 10 12.00pm
timeslot. Sounds quite quirky for a very quirky competition!

I will also ignore all sledges directed or inferred at the Try Hards during
the last week. As they say, a week is a long time in football.

GC

-----Original Message-----
From: warren haley [mailto:warren.haley@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 2:27 PM
To: kentm@wa.su.org.au; Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au; c.tero@murdoch.edu.au;
backyard@ca.com.au; BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au; marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au;
b_bent@aapt.net.au; greg_letch@hotmail.com; grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au;
grantandjillian@hotmail.com; peterb@wa.su.org.au;
muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com
Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Coaches,
Staurday night March 11 I am to be in Northam overnight. Every
other date I am available - that's why I'm pushing for midnight Friday.

Commish III

>From: "Kent Morgan" <kentm@wa.su.org.au>
>To: <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>, "'warren haley'"
><warren.haley@hotmail.com>, <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>,
><backyard@ca.com.au>, <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>,
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>, <b_bent@aapt.net.au>,
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>, <grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>,
><grantandjillian@hotmail.com>, <peterb@wa.su.org.au>,
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 16:41:21 +0800
>
>9.30pm March 11 works for the Slayers.
>-----------------------------------------------------------------------
>----
-
>------
>Kent Morgan
>SUWA Neighbourhood Outreach Coordinator and Forge WA Administrator
>Deputy State Director suno@wa.su.org.au
>kentm@wa.su.org.au
>(08)9443 5055 or 0417 952 057
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Marcus HOLT" <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>
>To: "'warren haley'" <warren.haley@hotmail.com>; <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>;
><backyard@ca.com.au>; <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>;
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>; <b_bent@aapt.net.au>;
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>;
><grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>; <grantandjillian@hotmail.com>;
><kentm@wa.su.org.au>; <peterb@wa.su.org.au>;
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 4:18 PM
>Subject: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>
>
>Mr Commish
>
>Can you please clarify why Sat. night Mar 11 after 9.30 is not
>available? If it's Letchy, there may be a crossed wire cause I just
>spoke to him and he is
>available at that time. Is there someone else who can't make it then?
>
>As a nocturnal person a midnight draft doesn't worry me but there's no
>point doing it then if we don't need to.
>From my reading of people's responses to the potential draft dates table it
>looks like it's ok.
>
>Coaches, if you can't make Sat Mar 11 after 9.30 please reply asap.
>
>Thanks
>
>Marcus: Confused Draft Facilitator
>
>
>Subject: Draft date
>
>
>Coaches,
> Most avenues have been exhausted for everyone to be at
>the draft except one. Saturday 11th after 9am and Sunday 12th March are
>out
>
>I propose we meet for a Midnight draft on Friday 10th March. Get the
>kids and animals to bed and off to the CFFL draft. Letchy can make it
>at midnight so I suggest the rest of us meet at 11 pm or
>earlier if you want so finalise some of the rules for this year's
>competition. If we discuss some ideas over the emails before that date and
>come to some consensus before the draft then well and good. Minimal
>discussion would then be needed before the draft on daft night. When Letchy
>arrives in his horse drawn pumpkin at midnight we can get stuck into it. We
>should at least finish by 1.30pm
>
>Also if we take this option (which is the best and most convenient -
>think of the traffic going home) I suggest we have a week for trade
>deals ending at 5pm on Friday 17th March. All coaches and the Commish
>need to be notified
>
>of any deals and changes. I think that this is reasonable considering
>the hours of the draft and some tired decisions.
>
>What about it boys - the first midnight draft. Our only other hope of
>everyone being there is the first weekend of April.
>
>The Commish
>
>_________________________________________________________________
>Make your dream car a reality
>http://a.ninemsn.com.au/b.aspx?URL=http%3A%2F%2Fcarpoint%2Eninemsn%2Eco
>m%2E
a
>u&_t=12345&_r=emailtagline&_m=EXT

_________________________________________________________________
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RE: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Dear Coaches,

After being offline for less than a week, I am stunned by the amount of CFFL
emails flying around cyberspace. Don't you guys do any work? Or have you all
become fulltime CFFL coaches, letting the wives earn the $$$$.

I am available for the Midnight Horror / Red Eye Special March 10 12.00pm
timeslot. Sounds quite quirky for a very quirky competition!

I will also ignore all sledges directed or inferred at the Try Hards during
the last week. As they say, a week is a long time in football.

GC

-----Original Message-----
From: warren haley [mailto:warren.haley@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 2:27 PM
To: kentm@wa.su.org.au; Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au;
c.tero@murdoch.edu.au; backyard@ca.com.au; BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au;
marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au; b_bent@aapt.net.au; greg_letch@hotmail.com;
grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au; grantandjillian@hotmail.com;
peterb@wa.su.org.au; muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com
Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Coaches,
Staurday night March 11 I am to be in Northam overnight. Every
other date I am available - that's why I'm pushing for midnight Friday.

Commish III

>From: "Kent Morgan" <kentm@wa.su.org.au>
>To: <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>, "'warren haley'"
><warren.haley@hotmail.com>, <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>,
><backyard@ca.com.au>, <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>,
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>, <b_bent@aapt.net.au>,
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>, <grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>,
><grantandjillian@hotmail.com>, <peterb@wa.su.org.au>,
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 16:41:21 +0800
>
>9.30pm March 11 works for the Slayers.
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
>------
>Kent Morgan
>SUWA Neighbourhood Outreach Coordinator and Forge WA Administrator
>Deputy State Director
>suno@wa.su.org.au
>kentm@wa.su.org.au
>(08)9443 5055 or 0417 952 057
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Marcus HOLT" <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>
>To: "'warren haley'" <warren.haley@hotmail.com>; <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>;
><backyard@ca.com.au>; <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>;
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>; <b_bent@aapt.net.au>;
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>;
><grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>; <grantandjillian@hotmail.com>;
><kentm@wa.su.org.au>; <peterb@wa.su.org.au>;
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 4:18 PM
>Subject: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>
>
>Mr Commish
>
>Can you please clarify why Sat. night Mar 11 after 9.30 is not available?
>If
>it's Letchy, there may be a crossed wire cause I just spoke to him and he
>is
>available at that time. Is there someone else who can't make it then?
>
>As a nocturnal person a midnight draft doesn't worry me but there's no
>point
>doing it then if we don't need to.
>From my reading of people's responses to the potential draft dates table it
>looks like it's ok.
>
>Coaches, if you can't make Sat Mar 11 after 9.30 please reply asap.
>
>Thanks
>
>Marcus: Confused Draft Facilitator
>
>
>Subject: Draft date
>
>
>Coaches,
> Most avenues have been exhausted for everyone to be at the
>draft except one. Saturday 11th after 9am and Sunday 12th March are out
>
>I propose we meet for a Midnight draft on Friday 10th March. Get the kids
>and animals to bed and off to the CFFL draft. Letchy can make it at
>midnight
>so I suggest the rest of us meet at 11 pm or
>earlier if you want so finalise some of the rules for this year's
>competition. If we discuss some ideas over the emails before that date and
>come to some consensus before the draft then well and good. Minimal
>discussion would then be needed before the draft on daft night. When Letchy
>arrives in his horse drawn pumpkin at midnight we can get stuck into it. We
>should at least finish by 1.30pm
>
>Also if we take this option (which is the best and most convenient - think
>of the traffic going home) I suggest we have a week for trade deals ending
>at 5pm on Friday 17th March. All coaches and the Commish need to be
>notified
>
>of any deals and changes. I think that this is reasonable considering the
>hours of the draft and some tired decisions.
>
>What about it boys - the first midnight draft. Our only other hope of
>everyone being there is the first weekend of April.
>
>The Commish
>
>_________________________________________________________________
>Make your dream car a reality
>http://a.ninemsn.com.au/b.aspx?URL=http%3A%2F%2Fcarpoint%2Eninemsn%2Ecom%2E
a
>u&_t=12345&_r=emailtagline&_m=EXT

_________________________________________________________________
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Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?

Coaches,
Staurday night March 11 I am to be in Northam overnight. Every
other date I am available - that's why I'm pushing for midnight Friday.

Commish III

>From: "Kent Morgan" <kentm@wa.su.org.au>
>To: <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>, "'warren haley'"
><warren.haley@hotmail.com>, <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>,
><backyard@ca.com.au>, <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>,
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>, <b_bent@aapt.net.au>,
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>, <grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>,
><grantandjillian@hotmail.com>, <peterb@wa.su.org.au>,
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Subject: Re: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 16:41:21 +0800
>
>9.30pm March 11 works for the Slayers.
>----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>------
>Kent Morgan
>SUWA Neighbourhood Outreach Coordinator and Forge WA Administrator
>Deputy State Director
>suno@wa.su.org.au
>kentm@wa.su.org.au
>(08)9443 5055 or 0417 952 057
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Marcus HOLT" <Marcus.HOLT@eddept.wa.edu.au>
>To: "'warren haley'" <warren.haley@hotmail.com>; <c.tero@murdoch.edu.au>;
><backyard@ca.com.au>; <BIRCHD@balcattashs.wa.edu.au>;
><marcus.holt@det.wa.edu.au>; <b_bent@aapt.net.au>;
><greg_letch@hotmail.com>;
><grant.r.collins@det.wa.edu.au>; <grantandjillian@hotmail.com>;
><kentm@wa.su.org.au>; <peterb@wa.su.org.au>;
><muscleholt.muscle@blogger.com>
>Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 4:18 PM
>Subject: Sat Mar 11, 9.30 pm, yes or no?
>
>
>Mr Commish
>
>Can you please clarify why Sat. night Mar 11 after 9.30 is not available?
>If
>it's Letchy, there may be a crossed wire cause I just spoke to him and he
>is
>available at that time. Is there someone else who can't make it then?
>
>As a nocturnal person a midnight draft doesn't worry me but there's no
>point
>doing it then if we don't need to.
>From my reading of people's responses to the potential draft dates table it
>looks like it's ok.
>
>Coaches, if you can't make Sat Mar 11 after 9.30 please reply asap.
>
>Thanks
>
>Marcus: Confused Draft Facilitator
>
>
>Subject: Draft date
>
>
>Coaches,
> Most avenues have been exhausted for everyone to be at the
>draft except one. Saturday 11th after 9am and Sunday 12th March are out
>
>I propose we meet for a Midnight draft on Friday 10th March. Get the kids
>and animals to bed and off to the CFFL draft. Letchy can make it at
>midnight
>so I suggest the rest of us meet at 11 pm or
>earlier if you want so finalise some of the rules for this year's
>competition. If we discuss some ideas over the emails before that date and
>come to some consensus before the draft then well and good. Minimal
>discussion would then be needed before the draft on daft night. When Letchy
>arrives in his horse drawn pumpkin at midnight we can get stuck into it. We
>should at least finish by 1.30pm
>
>Also if we take this option (which is the best and most convenient - think
>of the traffic going home) I suggest we have a week for trade deals ending
>at 5pm on Friday 17th March. All coaches and the Commish need to be
>notified
>
>of any deals and changes. I think that this is reasonable considering the
>hours of the draft and some tired decisions.
>
>What about it boys - the first midnight draft. Our only other hope of
>everyone being there is the first weekend of April.
>
>The Commish
>
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