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9 July 2008

Australs 2008 semis

The semi finalists at Australs

Sydney 1 (Julia Bowes, Naomi Oreb, Steve Hind) vs Sydney 2 (Tim Mooney, Brownyn Cowell, Jack Wright)

Ateneo 1 (Sharmila Parmanand, Charisse Borromeo, Kip Oebanda) vs Monash 1(Victor Finkel, Sashi Balaraman, Kiran Iyer)

22 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:00 am

    Monash 1
    Victor Finkel
    Sashi Balaraman
    Kiran Iyer

    Sydney 1
    Julia Bowes
    Naomi Oreb
    Steve Hind

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  2. Anonymous2:31 am

    Ateneo 1

    Sharmila Parmanand
    Charisse Borromeo
    Kip Oebanda

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  3. Anonymous2:33 am

    Sydney 2
    Tim Mooney
    Brownyn Cowell
    Jack Wright

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  4. Anonymous2:34 am

    Lets go Monash!

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  5. Anonymous2:50 am

    Thank God Monash sent so many good adjudicators.

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  6. I think the DCAs broke every Monash adjudicator at the tournament. Jake Clifton, Tim Sonnreich, Tom Chapman, Collette Mintz, Fiona Prowse, Steve Worcester, Julian Campbell, Melissa Matteo, there may be others.

    I think there was a lack of quality adjudicators sent by a few other institutions...

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  7. Anonymous3:11 am

    Go Ateneo!

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  8. Anonymous4:30 am

    Go MAD!

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  9. Anonymous4:43 am

    What do you expect, this really was the breaking point. 3rd year out of Australia, and let's face it that's where you're looking to source most of the top adjudicators from, since they break most of the teams. Even with their poor turnout this year, they've still got 3 out of 4 Semi-finalists

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  10. Anonymous5:45 am

    Monash 1 v Sydney 1 in the final. As it always should be...

    Monash 1 went through on a 4-3 split. Not sure about Sydney.

    Bring it home Monash.

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  11. Anonymous5:54 am

    Sydney really ought to win. I guess anything is possible. Especially with all the Monash adjudicators disqualified.

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  12. Anonymous5:58 am

    Woooooot!

    Go Monash!

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  13. Anonymous6:01 am

    go sydney go

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  14. Anonymous6:12 am

    Go Monash!!!!

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  15. Anonymous7:41 am

    Go Sydney!

    BTW if Sydney wins, I think Julia Bowes becomes the first person in a long time to win Australs and Worlds (albeit in reverse order!).

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  16. Anonymous7:44 am

    Pretty sure she has won Womens too. Plus ADAM, and some other IVs. I wonder if there are any she hasn't won....

    Kim Little does ring a bell though.

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  17. Anonymous7:59 am

    Kim Little won Australs and Worlds in the same year (2000). I think she might be the only one to do that for a long long time.

    Let's go Monash!

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  18. Anonymous8:14 am

    Kim never made it to Easters finals - but Bobo did in WA, 2005.

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  19. Anonymous8:18 am

    In short, beware Aussie sheilas.

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  20. Anonymous8:21 am

    I'm sure the lack of an Easters final on Kim's CV doesn't keep her awake at night!

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  21. Anonymous10:48 am

    The country with most judges win every year. Same this year.

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  22. Hi Everyone,
    Thanks for the updates. It is really appreciated. Best of luck to both Sydney and Monash.

    Colm

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