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Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby Ash Tue Mar 01, 2011 1:49 pm

Premier Division:

Blues v Reading
Purley v Welwyn
Hampstead v East Grinstead
Hitchin v Spencer
Harlequins v Hillcroft

East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2
Cambridge v Croydon
Bucks v Colchester
Reading 2 v Spencer 2

East 2:

Blues 3 v Hillcroft A
Hitchin A v East Grinstead A
London v Northampton
Welwyn 2 v Spencer 3
Maidstone v Epsom

East 3:

Welwyn 3 v Canterbury
Royal Holloway v RAF Marham

West 1:

Bath v Bristol Bombers
Southampton v Portsmouth
Swansea Hawks v Warwick
Penarth v Harlequins A

West 2:

Exeter v Bristol Bombers 2
Cheltenham v Tridents
Bath 2 v Aberystwyth
Portsmouth 2 v Bulls
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby Ash Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:03 pm

Premier Division:

Blues v Reading - Blues surprisingly beaten last week! Hasn't been mentioned on here i don't think but looking at the table, are they not already league winners if they turn up to all their remaining games? Reading beat them early in the season and will hopefully bounce back from last week against purley with the return of injured and missing players!
Purley v Welwyn
Hampstead v East Grinstead
Hitchin v Spencer
Harlequins v Hillcroft

East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2 - Brightons form has been a little ropey recently despite being a great outfit. I think blues will take this by 3 or so.
Cambridge v Croydon - Cambridge by a good margin, croydon are a good team, but cambridge are top of the league for a reason!
Bucks v Colchester - Buckhust hill are undefeated in 3 and have put in big showings against the likes of Cambridge and Brighton. Bucks by 5.
Reading 2 v Spencer 2 - Spencer were a really sound team last time we played them, personally i thought they were the best overall unit we have faced this season despite the result. Unfortunately it looks like Reading may be down on a couple of big experienced players for the weekend, due to work and other commitments (which is a shame as its the last home game of the season and we had the weekend off last week), but hopefully we should be able to put in a decent showing!
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby LAXLoofer Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:16 pm

East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2 - Blues by 2, they were strong against us and have been pretty dominant all season
Cambridge v Croydon - This one will be fairly tight. Cambridge by a cheeky late goal and probably very hard going for both teams, Croydon are a little bit stronger than they give under initial impression and they have a couple of games still to play.
Bucks v Colchester - Not tempting fate :lol: But will be a worthy Essex derby to watch no doubt!!
Reading 2 v Spencer 2 - This will be a tight battle... only the fittest will survive, I just hope Reading 2 hold it tight and can plug the gaps left by those at work.
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby jsgi Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:02 pm

Ash wrote:Blues v Reading - Blues surprisingly beaten last week! Hasn't been mentioned on here i don't think but looking at the table, are they not already league winners if they turn up to all their remaining games? Reading beat them early in the season and will hopefully bounce back from last week against purley with the return of injured and missing players!


No Blues can still be caught by Hillcroft who can get to 45 points with 5 wins in their remaining games.

Also of note if Cambridge win this weekend they claim the E1 title.
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby jack6042 Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:38 pm

East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2 It seems that Brighton struggle when travelling so this one could well be close but Blues have been the best team I've come up against this year so I'm going for them.
Cambridge v Croydon were solid on their defense last week but were let down on their shot accuracy so I'll say Cambridge by a few.
Bucks v Colchester Hopefully the Bucks of 2010 will show up and Papa Whitworth is available for Colchester.
Reading 2 v Spencer 2 Reading have so many players you never know what their team will be like but if they have numbers I'll have to say the home team here.
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby JamesA Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:41 pm

Sort of unrelated - does anyone know where I can see up to date league tables (with results details)? At the moment southlacrosse.org was last updated 9th November with only 5 games played...

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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby Ash Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:06 pm

jsgi wrote:
Ash wrote:Blues v Reading - Blues surprisingly beaten last week! Hasn't been mentioned on here i don't think but looking at the table, are they not already league winners if they turn up to all their remaining games? Reading beat them early in the season and will hopefully bounce back from last week against purley with the return of injured and missing players!


No Blues can still be caught by Hillcroft who can get to 45 points with 5 wins in their remaining games.

Also of note if Cambridge win this weekend they claim the E1 title.


Hmm i didn't think it was something you were likely to have missed, and despite being told at our game on saturday Hillcroft could catch blues, i still managed to read that they had played 15 when it was in fact 13! Good luck to both!
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby Paul_lboro/wildcats Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:08 pm

JamesA wrote:Sort of unrelated - does anyone know where I can see up to date league tables (with results details)? At the moment southlacrosse.org was last updated 9th November with only 5 games played...

Thanks


Think you must have a problem with your computer storing data or something. Been kept up to date really well this season.
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Postby Tommy_Tank Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:09 pm

Jimbo doesnt blend well with computers, he's an arts student...
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby Ash Tue Mar 01, 2011 7:11 pm

LAXLoofer wrote:East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2 - Blues by 2, they were strong against us and have been pretty dominant all season
Cambridge v Croydon - This one will be fairly tight. Cambridge by a cheeky late goal and probably very hard going for both teams, Croydon are a little bit stronger than they give under initial impression and they have a couple of games still to play.
Bucks v Colchester - Not tempting fate :lol: But will be a worthy Essex derby to watch no doubt!!
Reading 2 v Spencer 2 - This will be a tight battle... only the fittest will survive, I just hope Reading 2 hold it tight and can plug the gaps left by those at work.


Yeah got plenty of numbers, and a really enthusiastic team, so hopefully we'll be ok!! Cheers for the vote of confidence though!
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby steveg Tue Mar 01, 2011 7:15 pm

Ash wrote:
East 2:

Blues 3 v Hillcroft A
Hitchin A v East Grinstead A
London v Northampton
Welwyn 2 v Spencer 3
Maidstone v Epsom


Well that's sorted the promotion battle out in East 3, Blues 3 and Hillcroft A have promoted themselves!
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Postby jameskellam Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:10 pm

"Sort of unrelated - does anyone know where I can see up to date league tables (with results details)? At the moment southlacrosse.org was last updated 9th November with only 5 games played..."

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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby JamesA Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:08 pm

cheers lads (not you tank) - works on a different computer so must be that data storage thingy or whatever
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby Paddyp Wed Mar 02, 2011 4:11 pm

Premier Division:

Blues v Reading
Purley v Welwyn
Hampstead v East Grinstead
Hitchin v Spencer
Harlequins v Hillcroft

East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2
Cambridge v Croydon
Bucks v Colchester
Reading 2 v Spencer 2

East 2:

Blues 3 v Hillcroft A
Hitchin A v East Grinstead A
London v Northampton
Welwyn 2 v Spencer 3
Maidstone v Epsom

East 3:

Welwyn 3 v Canterbury
Royal Holloway v RAF Marham

West 1:

Bath v Bristol Bombers
Southampton v Portsmouth
Swansea Hawks v Warwick
Penarth v Harlequins A

West 2:

Exeter v Bristol Bombers 2
Cheltenham v Tridents
Bath 2 v Aberystwyth
Portsmouth 2 v Bulls
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Postby buckers_the_great Wed Mar 02, 2011 4:29 pm

Paddyp wrote:
East 3:

Royal Holloway v RAF Marham



We'll see about that, Royal Holloway now bottom of the league and Marham on a 2 game winning streak.....i wouldn't put money on that as part of you multi bet.
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby skippy Wed Mar 02, 2011 8:07 pm

JamesA wrote:cheers lads (not you tank) - works on a different computer so must be that data storage thingy or whatever


macs don't store things like data...
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Re: Fixtures/Predictions 5th March 2011

Postby duffyboi Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:49 pm

Premier Division:

Blues v Reading
Purley v Welwyn
Hampstead v East Grinstead
Hitchin v Spencer
Harlequins v Hillcroft

East 1:

Panthers v Blues 2..... this is to be perhaps the 2nd closest game of the day in East 1, can see this being 1 maybe 2 goals difference.
Cambridge v Croydon..... never be over confident in the league tables, we beat spencer 2s and no one thought we could. However this will be such a hard game!
Bucks v Colchester..... played both these teams recently shown great promise and progression I just think home advantage will help in this game and this will be a game with a very close score line.
Reading 2 v Spencer 2..... Spencer dont want to give up on their changes of winning two leagues in two years shud b a good game.

East 2:

Blues 3 v Hillcroft A
Hitchin A v East Grinstead A
London v Northampton
Welwyn 2 v Spencer 3
Maidstone v Epsom

East 3:

Welwyn 3 v Canterbury
Royal Holloway v RAF Marham

this is just best guess tbh as i know very little bout the west.... and prob the east and prem for that matter.
West 1:

Bath v Bristol Bombers
Southampton v Portsmouth
Swansea Hawks v Warwick
Penarth v Harlequins A

West 2:

Exeter v Bristol Bombers 2
Cheltenham v Tridents
Bath 2 v Aberystwyth
Portsmouth 2 v Bulls
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