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Dawesville Bombers F.C.
: Steiner and Bodnar Injured in Victory
New 35-year old veteran winger Steiner, and young defender Bodnar were injured in this Sunday's thumping 10-0 victory over Slayers Army.
Bodnar is out for one week, while Steiner will spend two weeks on the sideline.
It is hoped that both can be back in time to compete for Dawesville's push for a back-to-back title.
Dawesville Bombers F.C.
: Schwendenwein Set For 50th
Stefan Schwendenwein is set to make his 50th league/cup appearance for the Dawesville Bombers during tomorrow's game against Slayers Army.
"I'm really excited to play my 50th game for the club. It's been a fun ride, and I'm enjoying my time in Dawesville," stated Schwendenwein.
The midfielder will be utilised off the bench, with Lotuma and Moyes taking central midfield duties for the start of the match.
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: The triumphant return of "The Oceanian"
OrangeStar has done it once again! He's managed to put finger to keyboard and put "The Oceanian" back into production.
You can check it out out here, (16248755.1).
After a little convincing, some time management advice, and a gentle kick up the ass, I've managed to awaken the almighty HT writer from his slumber and between the two of us we've agreed to keep the weekly newsletter in production for at least the next two seasons! I even have a weekly piece now, 'miss it and miss out'. It's aim is to highlight the best league matches happening across Oceania each week so that you have a bit of a back story for each matchup, which if you don't HT Live for live coverage on match day, you'll miss out!
I hope everyone enjoys the return of "The Oceanian" for your viewing pleasure.
: Rice to chalk up his 100th club appearance
Busselton Dingoes have named Trent Rice for his 100th club game against the Burnt Out Koalas this coming Sunday. He becomes the 8th player to reach this milestone.
Rice started out with the club 7 season ago and has been a regular in front of goal ever since. Rice will be tossing the coin as the honorary captain.
Coach O'Byrne has praised Trent's efforts over his time with the club. He was not however planning on using the milestone as motivation for his team mates, "first and foremost a good start to the season is out priority this week"
Serpentine River Runners
: Serpentine River Runners founded near Perth
Dutch team Firewalkers (208810) have been promoted to VI. Consequently the sponsors were forced to award the manager exorbitant bonusses, which were long beforehand determined in his usurious contract. Evidently the sponsors never expected any manner of success under this manager. Using the funds, he toured through Australia. Eventually he ended up buying a beach cottage near Perth, including acres of land. Not knowing what to do with all this space he mused on what to do with the plethora of space.
The logical conclusion was to fund a new football club. Trying to come up with a name, the manager pondered on things Perth can't do without. Consequently he asked a random passerby in Kings Street the question 'What is the running water of Perth?'. The answer? 'Serpentine Dam'. Research revealed the Serpentine Dam, suprisingly enough, gets its water from the Serpentine River.
So the Serpentine River Runners were born, close to a Perth beach, nowhere near the Serpentine River.