Anonymous
Years ago

SEABL run for finals

With the end of the 2018 SEABL season clearly in view, the top teams are pretty much cemented in both the men's and women’s, the women’s probably more so with Bendigo yet to have a loss and Nunawadding looking like they are well past that small glitch they has a few weeks in to the season, and Kilsyth hit n their heels
The men again Kilsyth and Nunawadding front runners but the middle section in both comps looks like it could be anyone’s race

So who is going to join them in the finals ?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

it's a grand final for the Rangers and Chargers this Friday. who ever wins should continue the march up the ladder. lose. bye. bye.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

What is the finals system?

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ANON  
Years ago

Hobart chargers are two games in front of rangers so doubt if that will change much either way

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Hobart have injuries and have had good leads at half time only to be run down due to starters getting no rest.
Still Nunawading and Kilsyth for me, Ballarat still firmly in the picture as well.

Are the semi finals 1 v 8 or 1 v 4 system ??

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Miners losing 3 of the last 5. Chargers are only 1 game ahead of the Rangers and have to play them home and away.Tight finish.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Drimic now missing for the Nongers.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Finals system is the same as the AFL. 1 v 4, 2 v 3 in the top half of the draw, 5 v 8, 6 v 7 in the bottom half.

Home finals in the first week for teams that finish 1st, 2nd, 5th and 6th.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

First finals over 27,28,29 August.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

First finals 27/28/29 July not August
Final is 18th August

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Apologies. For incorrect month.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

In such a close competition, top four is a very good advantage.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

pioneers might yet make a late run for a playoff birth having beaten ballarat and nunawading in their last two games

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Braves lose another. Chargers get !720 to see them win by 10 over a Drimic less Rangers 97 - 87.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Pioneers add another win despite more injuries. Think they will scrape into the playoffs

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Anonymous  
Years ago

1720 at Hobart v Dandenong last night, got to be happy with that. If they financially stack up they should be in the nbl sooner rather than later.
Chargers led by 25 with under four minutes to to play which allowed the bench time but starters had to finish the game as rangers came storming back.
Moller does a lot work you don't get stats for and should’ve had a triple.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers played the kids in the last 4 minutes of so. Rangers went on a 12-0 run.
Chargers Vs Rangers with Drimic on Sunday July 15th will be a belter. Chargers will be backing up after playing Mollers Ballarat the night before.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Moller plays for the chargers.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers women also handed out a master class to Rangers women, how Lavey and Madgen made an Opals list yet again leaves you scratching your head!?

Defence is certainly not a strong point in the Rangers team lol

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Ballarat about to slip down the ladder.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Rangers drop both.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Kilsyth just keep rolling.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Von Hofe should be playing NBL. ;)

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Looks like the Bandits have given up. losing by 26 to Frankston.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Frankston have improved with carter, waxy, trist and two imports, drops away from there though. But get what your saying re the result over Albury.

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Bear  
Years ago

Why is it that Kilsyth struggle so much against Geelong, they wouldn't want to meet them in a final?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Frankston bringing in new players nearly every week. Trying to salvage another disappointing year for their program.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Has been a very good season so far, cats on a charge the last month, miners fading a bit. Kilsyth still in box seat and should be in first place at start of the finals, Nunawading in box seat for second, rest of the eight up for grabs.

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Bear  
Years ago

I recall the Supercats men were on the charge for a big finals campaign last season before the worst injuries possible hit them and effectively killed off their aspirations close to the end.

While the women went on to claim All-SEABL championship status, the men had to regroup for a new season with some key changes. The women have also had to cover a huge loss with Blicsavs knee injury and new imports this season.

The men's group has had to adjust to some new players and by adjusting to some of these changes along with no injury worries and the return of senior players like Owusu does make them a team worthy of finals contention once again. Like any team, you will find it hard to compete at the top of the table if you have pieces missing at the wrong time of the year.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

NUnawading are teetering on 2nd. Specs have 4 games to go Vs Ballarat, sandringham, Melbourne and bendigo. One or 2 gimmies if that.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

MtG knock off the BA Coe by 2 on the buzzer and Chargers easily beat the Eagles.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Pioneers continue the run, still haven't got there full team, think they will qualify for finals.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Defence could be Hobarts down fall, if Moller misses a game they got no one to play quality D and organise the side and rebound.
I'm surprised how good they’ve gone, coach Stewart has done a good job. Don’t think there grand final material though.
There crowds have been exceptional which is good for their nbl bid.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

MIners 89 - Spectres 80.
Chargers smash Bandits.
Chargers now equal 2nd.
Not sure of %'s....

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Hobart in 2nd due to 0.30% higher points percentage (108.4% vs. 108.1%).

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Very tough competition this year and a very good standard in the men's. Hobart still got Ballarat and Dandenong away next week, can’t see two wins there but should probably fall into the top four. It’s Kilsyth to lose, but probably any top four side could win it. Pioneers back in the eight, who knows what they could do.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

PLus Hobart beat the Spectres earlier this season.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Ballarat beat Braves on Wed night by 4. GOTW will be The Rat Vs the Chargers for 2nd on Saturday night.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers chase down a 9 point deficit at 3/4 time to win by 6. Moller with 37 and 13.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

15 points down at one stage too. Massive comeback. Ballarat will slip down the ladder now. Battle for 2nd now between Spectres and Chargers IMO.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Top three sort, percentages to sort out second and third.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

One game to go, shouldn't matter.
Braves beat Spectres or Chargers lose to NWT will see the ladder set.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Home court advantage between 2nd and 3rd. Both sides would prefer home court.
Hobart have over achieved, Ballarat, Dandenong, Sandringham, Frankston probably under achievers.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Going with Drimic and no imports was a bad decision by Dandenong.
Frankston just a shambles on and off the court.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Drmic still better than most imports.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Drimic picked and choose when he wanted to play, poor team chemistry.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Hobart have played to their potential. A few games in there that they should have won and with Muo out for 6 weeks the other players filled the void extremely well.
Nunawading with their injury problems will be disappointed with their finish.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Drmic started off hot then flatlined. Any idea what changed?

Nunawading guys spend too much time travelling the 3x3 circuit.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Spectres might have injury concerns right now.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers front page of The mercury with an article on the expected crowd they might get tonight. Possibly a SEABL record.
Almost 2000 there last home game and pre sales the highest this season.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

2200 there tonihgt. Sold out and many were turned away. Not all of the arena was open with the side sections curtained off. Talk already about opening up more seating section by section.
The Chargers women lost to the Torns and are out of finals contention.
The men beat the Thunder 104 - 63.
The finals will come down to points.
Cobras have lost players to the KIngs and may even lose top spot. What a season!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

So with the Hobart men and women facing teams from Ulverstone and Launceston tonight was there any Huskies NBL promos going on?

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Huskypup  
Years ago

There were #wethesouth logos on the floor. Giveaways, during a gap in the game a wethewouth logo appeared and a wolf howled out. By the end of the game EVERYONE was howling in the crowd. It was a fantastic night with the #soldout sign going up early.
Chargers had giveaways. REX was into it as well. Hickey was there as well and I am sure he would have been very impressed with the turn out and the games. The professionalism the Chargers put into game night would undoubtedly be the best in the SEABL. It's certainly near NBL level now.
Go HUSKIES!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

After leading all season the Cobras at the moment are losing to the Bandits. This would see the Cobras drop to 2nd, Spectres go to first and the Chargers drop to 3rd.
The Fat Lady is about to sing.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Cobras got half their side out in China with the kings, wouldn't get to excited yet.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

NO one is getting excited. Just the closeness of the season that's all. settle petal.You do realise that the top 3 teams all have the same w/l record don't you?
Cobras are very beatable.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Mount Gambier out, very close competition and positions decided on count back for 1-3, 5-6 8-10. Nunawading in box seat with first place and most experienced side.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

With the money Kilsyth are paying out, anything but a championship will be a bust.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

^^^^
So very true.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I heard the Supercats men were kicked off the Arena at Geelong because the council booked it for some table tennis tournament or some such so they are playing a SEABL final at their domestic stadium is this what happened?

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Huskypup  
Years ago

So was the whole venue booked out? Perhaps they should check the booking system?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

This is giving me flashbacks when playing down at the local recreation centre court and being kicked off for scheduled badminton...

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Imagine the public uproar if the council at Geelong booked a monster truck rally at Kardinia Park when the Cats qualified for a home AFL final.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Cobras lose as expected. ;) Close game and crunch time saw them give up a 7 point lead to ultimately lose by a mere 2 points. A week off for the Chargers and who knows their opponent.
Torns beat the Braves in the Ladies and the Thunder lose to the Supercats by 22.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Moller 28 and 11, monstered Kilsyth in third 1/4 when chargers trailed by 11. Chargers team chemistry looked good. Quality game.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

von Hofe to the NBL. Fouled out in 21min. Pfffftttt.
Pineau. Fouled out in 26min.
You wouldn't call it a choke but those guys should be there at the end.



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Bear  
Years ago

Supercats may be playing their best at the right time of year...

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Pineau was on Moller, tough day at the office.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

2 NBL players playing each other, tough eh.
Supercats should get over the Rat next weekend.
Cobras looking a bit fragile now should beat the Braves.

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Huskypup  
Years ago

Chargers back page of the paper today expecting a massive crowd friday 10th.
Get your tickets early is the cry.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Almost 1000 tickets sold since midday today. Chargers Vs ?? Friday 10th.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

1800 sold already. All boxes sold!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Soldout games ahead in the North and South at both the Torns game and the CHargers game.
http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-01/southern-huskies-bid-for-nbl/10061786

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Anonymous  
Years ago

3000+ tickets sold for the Chargers game with 1 week to go!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers fans will be disappointed if they get beaten. Good test for the Huskies though.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Every game is tough now. Chargers have beaten Ballarat twice and Supercats once. (only played them once.) So odds are good which means nothing now.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

The chargers have been strong across the team but Moller has been huge against the miners and Supercats, if they could kerb his influence chargers are very beatable.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Looks like it will be the Supercats.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Some premature speculators out there!

Supercats at Venom in the men & Braves at Spectors for the women.

Have to hand it to Geelong, many gave up on them too early.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

NO one with any sense gave up on the Supercats. Happy to have seen them win. ;)

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Tre Nichols reportedly in hospital with severe migraine. Lets hope he's fine by Friday. #noexcuses

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Anonymous  
Years ago

His migraine was caused by hearing all the SBL fans pumping up their league based on his acheivements in SEABL.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Yes well that's expected. He's certainly taken it to the next level. Hope someone gives him an NBL shot.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

3300 expected on Friday. Nichols is now 100% OK.

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Huskypup  
Years ago

Double page spread in today's Mercury. Amazing. Plus a Huskies article and an EDITORIAL from "The Mercury" backing the Huskies bid.

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Bear  
Years ago

Let's see if the Supercats can spoil the Tassie party, eh?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Good odds on them ;)

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Anonymous  
Years ago

50/50 contest Supercats probably deeper. Hopefully we get a good contest.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers 8 str8, Supercats 8/9. Line ball!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Bookies say Chargers more likely - ~$1.40 to win.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers getting toweled at the half.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Massive second half especially by Moller. Hobart easy

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Anonymous  
Years ago

It reads as if every game Chargers are down at HT then Moller goes beast mode?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

^^^^
That sums it up, slowish start but beast mode in 2nd half, very astute recruiting by chargers getting Moller and Nichols.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Nichols is a great player. Makes everyone about him look great. Moller is a beast. Recruiting coup of the season.
White just goes about his business so quietly and is so under rated.
Muo had a poor night but hit a few big ones in the 2nd half. Masunda always penetrates and helps others.
Great effort from the Chargers. Trailing by 9 at the half, after leading 13 -2 the Chargers were pushed out of their own game on their own court.
The next half was what it should have been. Run and run. Supercats tried hard and were only 2 down at 3/4 time.
From then on it was a procession of points and a 28 to 15 last quarter saw the Chargers win.
Herbie scored 18, and Medved 1 (both retiring). Gatlin 17 and Davis 20 were important. Davis 16 boards.
All in all a great game and 3500 + people were supporting the resurgence of basketball in Tasmania.
Chargers to play???

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Anonymous  
Years ago

What if Chargers win SEABL? Awesome extra momentum for Huskies NBL bid.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Spectres $1.50 Kilsyth $2.50

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Nunawading should win and start favourites for the GF, tough experienced team, good outside and inside presence.
Hobart I believe are still the surprise packet, Stewart has done a great job getting this team to play as a team, the improvement in Nichols game from scorer only to passer, defender and scorer is a testament of his coaching. Think he would be reasonable value import to an nbl team. Moller playing the four and not his natural three has also allowed him to play the point forward with remarkable success, his handling skills for a big man are fantastic, shoots at a good clip and rebounds better than all. Hits big shots, as the commentators nearly jumped out the box when he drained that three with just on a minute to go to take the lead out to six followed up with a defensive board and two free throws and game over. The rest of the team do what's needed for the team with muo playing better D and hitting the open shots when required.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Chargers v Nunawading in the men.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Cobras a big choke. Wow.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Should move the game to Tasmania, Launceston and Hobert in GF, get 4000 at the DEC.

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AussiePride  
Years ago

^^^^ Seconded!!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Clubs bid/pay for the right to host. Never going to be moved and the 100 Spectres supporters will be loud. Ha.

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Bear  
Years ago

Some key areas where the Chargers got over the Supercats, of course, 'Moller Time' was important and that compounded the problem of Ma'alo Hicks not being able to back up with another big game which the Supercats really needed to get over the line in this one.

The foul count went very much one way and Moller was a huge beneficiary of that, the Supercats couldn't hit a 3 ball, Medved usually can nail a couple and get his team going but didn't even get the chance to throw one up.

The turnover count was tilted very much towards the Chargers pressure perhaps being too much for the Supercats on the night.

It is a bonus for two Tassie teams (men and women) making the SEABL final ahead of the push for an NBL team there, good luck to Tassie they could sweep it but it will be very tough in the finals against Nunawading and Bendigo.

Still very proud of the Supercats effort all season, men and women, looking towards next season!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

19to to the Supercats and only 8 to the Chargers. Medved clearly must have been broke. only 10 mins and 1 shot.
How Moller wasn't MVP of the league is a joke.
However said this "the improvement in Nichols game from scorer only to passer, defender and scorer is a testament of his coaching." has no knowledge of Nichols playmaking ability. He is legitimate NBL thats for sure. Hes not too tall hoever but we know that isn't an issue and he be seriously looked at for perhaps a 3rd import spot.

The fight back on Friday was outstanding. Bad shooting and playing to Geelongs game was the issue.
Stewart fired some rockets up his team at half time and they came out and played their style of game. Everything based around defence.
The matchup will be well worth paying your money on Saturday to see the 2 Tassie teams represent.

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Anon  
Years ago

The reason Moller was not MVP is that he is the second best player on his team. Nichols running the team 19, 20 plus point games shooting at 47% Moller very good player at this level but 40% shooting is poor particularly from your 6'9" 4 man. A couple of big shots certainly made up for his 8 of 24 fg Friday night. plenty of other examples of these types of nights during the season. Great rebounder solid defender but not the MVP of the league.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

So Nichols should be league MVP?

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Huskypup  
Years ago

Wilson's team lost by 60 in one game. He missed a game and the Tigers lost many by 20+. Hardly MVP material iMO. He lost to Wilson by only 2 vates. Nuff said.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Anon 601
Anthony steward in interview a few weeks back clearly stated Moller was the best player in the league by far and if he'd played for Melbourne tigers he would’ve won it easily, that he lost votes at times to Nichols and Muo. He also said if the huskies get there nbl liecence up he would be the first player signed, he won the rebound count averages more than 23 points a game and defends great as well as getting team to fend better. Two points were 45.6% and three 34.1 %. 80.8% from the stripe and three assists per game.
I think most coaches would be ecstatic with that.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

601 Moller proved very good at nbl level as well.

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Anon  
Years ago

Each to their own opinion. Stewart must be on something if he believes Moller should be the first signing for huskies. BTW 44% from two is poor return by any estimates particularly from a four man. Very good competitor and rebounder. High volume scorer.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

He's a kid @ 23 and could be an important piece for the Huskies. The first signing doesn't mean he will be the best signing. That's the difference.
Interesting yesterday that a Chargers side minus Nichols, Mollet, Masunda and Ratcliffe lost to St Marys' by only 8 points.
2 ringins in Bragg and Chillcott added a lot to that side and the lids played very well against the men.
Lot to look forward too down the track.

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Reality  
Years ago

Hobart seems to be getting the best of the reffing in the playoffs.

The Alex Jones's of the world might say it'd be great for Hobart to win SEABL whilst a team from that region is applying for a license!

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Huskypup  
Years ago

Whatever that means. Todd Spain reff'd so there wouldn't be Hobart bias if that's what your implying.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

If you attack the basket you get the calls, Nichols and Moller shoot the three but go at the basket relentlessly.
Re Moller, last season when at Ballarat they lost the final to Dandenong when was over seas, won both games against Dandenong while he available, he is very,very good defender which you don't get stats for, even in the nbl last season he shut down some top quality three men, can guard anyone on court except for large five men.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Have a look at the video of the last minute of the Hobart v Kilsyth final.

With a point the difference Sam Daly was blindsided, hammered and concussed by a Hobart player. The call - travel.

With Hobart over the limit, a correct call would have resulted in 2 free throws and possession to Kilsyth.

Hobart riding a magic carpet.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Refs got it wrong. Was a complaint made? It's taken two weeks for this to surface. You can't possibly look at one isolated incident without considering all the other ones that may be dubious either way.
What was the excuse for the Cobras blowing a 23 point lead? The refs too?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Kilsyth weren't good enough, it was a clear travel, you spent big on players to finish third, I understand why you’re upset.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

The decision to let the players go to China with the Kings was always going to be a difficult one but ultimately it may have cost them a chip.
Equally choking after leading by 23 would do that too.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

How does over the limit correlate to 2 free throws and possession?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Conn, 29 points and 10 rebounds in the 2nd half!. Forget all the other crap. CHOKE.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Last Seabl game under BA.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

"Both the women's and men’s grand final will be live-streamed to our Facebook page! Head over to www.facebook.com/TheSEABL/ and tune in LIVE from 5:40pm tomorrow. "
www.facebook.com/TheSEABL/

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