hooperau
Two years ago

Waratah League Finals

I know it's not the highest quality league and hopefully the NBL1 expansion will improve the quality. Does anyone know if there's anything exciting at all going on for the finals regarding players or matchups?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

I don't sorry

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Who's in the finals

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

How will re naming this league another 'nbl1' change things re quality etc?
Not having a dig, serious question

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

If they are re-branding all the state leagues into NBL1 conferences essentially would that mean teams will have to now have higher budgets and be of a higher standard ?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

is it literally just the same league with a new name essentially

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Duke Fan  
Two years ago

In the Men's, Manly would be favourites. I think Kevin White is the only current NBL player in the league and he's had a strong season for his local club. I think all the teams in the finals are all capable of beating each other on any given night though

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Who cares it's Waratah League.
And BNSW couldn't ran anything decent... I believe there is a saying about roots and brothels that is appropriate for them.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

is the quality of the league the fault of bnsw or the clubs?

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Wang whipper  
Two years ago

Kevin White is the biggest star? How laughable

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

AH yeah,
BNSW aren't responsible for the teams who show up each week.

Clubs responsibility to put together quality and competitive teams - rather then domestic comp all star teams

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

clubs really need to put more money into the clubs as local talent go to other state leagues and also should focus on fixing the branding of the league up to a similar model like the NBL1 or even the QBL at minimum

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Enough talent in NSW to make the league strong just the other states offer more money and exposure

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