COMMON SENSE
Last month

COE playing midweek ladies

The CEO won by over 100 points the game was a joke, why would the elite program not play in the best program. This will not help any of those athletes playing midweeks ladies comp in NSW.

seriously this is a joke is the CEO that hard up for funding that they play in a comp where the opposition can even reach the ring with their shots.
163 t o21
and the other team had 54 turn overs

is this a joke...

pull the COE out now and put them back into NBL1


thoughts?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yes, the Waratah is sub standard to the nbl1

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Anonymous  
Last month

yikes haha

https://websites.sportstg.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=573053176&c=1-4878-0-582919-0&pool=1

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king  
Last month

A good year at the COE and they can win the NBL1 in vic.

Why did they choose it, it has always been subpar.

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Anon  
Last month

Inner West Bulls are the joke in Waratah.

Lost first 2 game 179-64.

How BNSW allowed them to play in that division is a joke.

Last night they only had 6 players as others were playing Youth League elsewhere I believe.

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king  
Last month

their youth league plays division two, they have a bunch of former state players and high quality others. Awful club in the wrong division.

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Anonymous  
Last month

There is no D2 in Youth women.
Currently seeing disgruntled people from Comets and Norths head their way.

Plenty of money behind them.
No decent venue, weak ass women's program.

YM Boys have a better than even money chance of gaining promotion this year.

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