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Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Fri May 16, 2014 11:58 pm

As of Season 30, the Dundee Mifflins have won 491 league games, and lost 147. (77.0% wins) :Bronze1st: :Honour3rd: :Honour3rd: :FK:
Season 20: [Avg. 29] 3rd in Sapling #7 (W35 L05). CWC II: DNQ. Expanded "Scranton" to 3,600 seats. Spent 5,418 G on 10 trades and made 546 G on 1 sale. Released 7 players.
Season 21: [Avg. 40] 1st in Oak #5 (W54 L06). Expanded "Scranton" to 5,280 seats. Spent 7,052 G on 2 trades and made 0 sales. Released 2 players.
Season 22: [Avg. 48] 2nd in Iron #1 (W53 wins L07). Expanded "Scranton" to 8,080 seats. Spent 2,941 G on 2 trades and made 2,770 G on 2 sales.
Season 23: [Avg. 55] 10th in Steel #3 (W33 L27). Expanded "Scranton" to 10,620 seats. Spent 24,102 G on 2 trades and made 38,493 G on 3 sales.
Season 24: [Avg. 61] 2nd in Steel #3 (W56 L04). CWC III: Round 1 (256). Expanded "Scranton" to 12,000 seats. Spent 23,646 G on 4 trades and made 17,065 G on 3 sales.
Season 25: [Avg. 64] 1st in Bronze #1 (W51 L09). Expanded "Scranton" to 32,000 seats. Spent 5,001 G on 1 trade and made 0 sales. 1 player retired.
Season 26: [Avg. 73] 4th in Silver (W39 L21). Added no seating to "Scranton." Spent 16,005 G on 5 trades and made 40,096 on 6 sales. 1 player retired.
Season 27: [Avg. 75] 3rd in Gold (W46 L14). Added no seating to "Scranton." Spent 86,301 G on 4 trades and made 49,044 G on 5 sales.
Season 28: [Avg. 77] 3rd in Honour (W40 L20). CWC IV: Round 3 (32). Spent 90,060 G on 8 trades and made 233,529 G on 6 sales. 1 player retired.
Season 29: [Avg. 78] 4th in Honour. (W39 L21). Spent 96,205 G on 4 trades and made 48,777 G on 3 sales. 1 player retired.
Season 30: [Avg. 81] 3rd in Honour. (W47 L13). Spent 50,502 G on 3 trades and made 17,325 G on 2 sales.
Season 31: [Avg. ??] Currently in Honour...

Record Buy: 90,000 G for Lincoln Bellec [84 S, age 27] on Matchday 16, Season 38.
Record Sell: 120,021 G for Adam Wallace [79 C, age 28] on Matchday 18, Season 28.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Fri May 23, 2014 9:10 pm

ImageSeason 20 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 3,600 seats
League: Sapling Series 7
Final Position: 3rd
Key player: Roxanne Richardson [ENG B 40, age 20]
Fan favourite: Sandro Barreto [BRA S 35, age 22]

Summary
Despite finishing slightly behind the Dunstable Mustangs and the Bristol Dockers, the Dundee Mifflins had an impressive debut season and saw themselves promoted by default at the end of Matchday 30. Although the new club were not the most notable of the season, their tight control over the budget saw them bring in 9 players for a combined fee of 2,269 G, with their tenth purchase being the first to cost four figures - captain and star player, Roxanne Richardson [B 40, age 20]. Fans from across the greater Dundee region have jumped on the Mifflins bandwagon and many are expecting an impressive season in the Oak Division #5 next year. Whether or not that is too much to ask of the young team remains to be seen. Fortunately, that can be done weekly in Scranton, with children and the elderly admitted at half price!


Highlights
Matchday 10: Unproven manager, EricShred, hired on April 2, 2014 to lead the Dundee Mifflins to great heights.
Matchday 12: The Mifflins crush the Slough Slurry in their first non-bye game of the season, winning 300-190.
Matchday 22: After an unremarkable week of games, the Mifflins surprise the leaders, the Dunstable Mustangs, 440-260.
Matchday 26: Stadium expansions begin, with designs for Privet Drive to host up to 3,600 fans when the construction is completed.
Matchday 30: The Mifflins finish just ahead of Slough Slurry, with 35 wins and 5 losses [#3 in the league].


Transfers
Matchday 11: Gertrude Foley [B 26, age 20] and Marcia Harries [B 25, age 23] arrive from the Runcorn Explosions for 276 G and 201 G auction bids, respectively.
Matchday 11: Young Keeper, Maureen Dickson [K 29, age 19] is signed for 100 G, from the Dunstable Mustangs.
Matchday 11: Sandro Barreto [S 31, age 22] and Elvis Barton [B 30, age 22] arrive from the free agency for 985 G and 657 G buyouts, respectively.
Matchday 11: On an eventful transfer day, the final move was Darian Beattie [C 31, age 21], who arrived for 400 G, from the Bristol Bangtails.
Matchday 12: Experienced Keeper, Damien Fraisse [K 31, age 31] arrives from the Bristol Badgers for 450 G.
Matchday 12: Promising youngster, Arleen Ford [B 26, age 19] is signed from the Aberdeen Dragonriders for the bargain price of 75 G.
Matchday 18: Darian Shaw [K 26, age 22] arrives from the Chester Phoenix for 0 G.
Matchday 28: The club announce its first big-budget signing, in the powerful Beater, Roxanne Richardson [B 40, age 20], from the free agency for 2,256 G.


International Caps
Damien Fraisse called up to the France National Team.


Squad (Avg. 29)


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Back row: Barreto [S 31], Collins [S 25], Bustamante [B 24], Ford [B 27], Hunt [B 25], Richardson [B 44].
Barton [C 30], Beceril [C 25], Beattie [C 31], Fraisse [K 31], Dickson [K 29], Shaw [K 26].



Final Standings - Sapling Series #7
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Next Season
The Mifflins will be playing in the Oak Division #5 next season, and are expected to be among the top 4 at the end of the season.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Tue Jun 24, 2014 7:53 pm

ImageSeason 21 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 5,280 seats
League: Oak Division 5
Final Position: 1st
Key player: Elbert Middleton [ENG K 50, age 20]
Fan favourite: Roxanne Richardson [ENG B 51, age 21]

Summary
Another impressive season for the Dundee Mifflins, as they dominated the Oak Division #5 as the most popular and most successful club. The fans have been praised for their part in the success and they were rewarded with a recent stadium expansion, as the Mifflins move into the Iron League #1 for next season.


Highlights
Matchday 02: A loss at the hands of the Birmingham Craiserds puts the Mifflins to 2nd.
Matchday 08: A 4-day unbeaten run continues, with a key win against the Aberdeen Albatrosses.
Matchday 12: Two wins, one versus the Brighton BoyBeaters (1300-1000), propels the team into 1st place!
Matchday 19: Despite a win against the BoyBeaters (210-170), the Mifflins drop to 2nd after losing 370-360 to the Swansealions
Matchday 25: A 5-day unbeaten run is brought to a halt by the Craiserds, who beat the Mifflins 1250-1000.
Matchday 30: The Mifflins finish just ahead of the Craiserds, with 54 wins and only 6 losses [#1 in the league].


Transfers
Matchday 11: Hot prospect Keeper, Elbert Middleton [K 44, age 20], signed for 4,603 G from the free agency.
Matchday 23: Young Chaser, Georgette Baird [C 40, age 19], signed for 2,449 G from the free agency.


Squad (Avg. 40)
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Back row: Barreto [S 44], Collins [S 32], Ford [B 41], Richardson [B 50], Hunt [B 33], Baird [C 41].
Barton [C 45], Beattie [C 43], Becerril [C 39], Middleton [K 50], Dickson [K 33], Shaw [K 32].



Final Standings - Oak Division #5
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Next Season
The Mifflins will be playing in the Iron League #1 next season, and are expected to finish comfortably within the top half of the table.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Tue Jul 08, 2014 2:59 pm

ImageSeason 22 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 8,080 seats
League: Iron League 1
Final Position: 2nd
Key player: Elbert Middleton [ENG K 54, age 21]
Fan favourite: Roxanne Richardson [ENG B 58, age 22]

Summary
The Dundee Mifflins spent another season on top of their game, expanding their squad, stadium and facilities as the sponsor money rolled in, win after win! Although they were unable to clinch top spot, they comfortably achieved promotion into the Steel Division and are hoping for more of the same, despite the step up in quality which they will face next season.


Highlights
Matchday 09: A 16 game winning streak ends at the hands of the Aberdeensnipers.
Matchday 22: The Peterborough Pythons become only the third team in the league to beat the Mifflins, winning 370-310.
Matchday 28: The Sale Sunrays beat the Mifflins after an epic encounter, winning 1030-1000!
Matchday 29: Stadium expansion gets underway, with multiple stands out of commission while the capacity is increased to 8,080 seats.


Transfers
Matchday 03: Youngster, Darian Shaw, sold to the Gillingham Giants for 776 G.
Matchday 04: Carver Reid [C 48, age 25] signed from the Warrington Warlocks for 1,101 G.
Matchday 11: Youth player, Leandro Becerril, signed by the Bury Shakers for 1,994 G.
Matchday 12: Bonita Rivera [C 37, age 19] signed from the Bury Shakers, for 1,840 G.


Squad (Avg. 48)
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Back row: Barreto [S 51], Collins [S 38], Ford [B 50], Richardson [B 58], Hunt [B 40], Baird [C 50].
Barton [C 53], Beattie [C 52], Reid [C 50], Rivera [C 40], Middleton [K 54], Dickson [K 39].



Final Standings - Iron League #1
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Next Season
The Mifflins will be playing in the Steel Division #3 next season, and are expected to finish within the top half of the table.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:31 pm

ImageSeason 23 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 10,620 seats
League: Steel Division #3
Final Position: 10th
Key player: Lee Adam [SCO B 80, age 35]
Fan favourite: Elbert Middleton [ENG K 58, age 22]

Summary
Despite a stint in 4th place, the Dundee Mifflins failed to impress this season, finishing comfortably in the middle of the pack. Their capture of aging legend Lee Adam provided a boost in the short term but was not enough to really push the team as high as they could have gone. Fans of the club remain loyal, however, and are keen to jump right into next season already - perhaps with a few fresh faces to help the team advance.


Highlights
Matchday 04: In the narrowest of wins, the Mifflins triumph over the Cambridge QueensChasers; 590-580.
Matchday 07: A memorable win against the Dudley Dursleys puts the Mifflins into 4th place!
Matchday 14: A run of poor form sends the Mifflins back down the league, into 10th.
Matchday 30: A final day loss to the Astras sees the Mifflins finish the season in 10th.
Matchday 30: A change in sponsors results in an updated kit, as the Mifflins finish the season with 33 wins and 27 losses.


Transfers
Matchday 01: Youngster, Kirsten Hunt, sold to the Edinburgh Elks for 1,942 G.
Matchday 05: Lee Adam [C 80, age 34] signed from the Derby Devils for 15,002 G.
Matchday 09: Superstar, Roxanne Richardson, sold to the Swansea Swansealions for 15,551 G.


International Caps
Lee Adam called up to the Scotland National Team.


Squad (Avg. 55)
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Back row: Barreto [S 56], Collins [S 43], Adam [B 80], Ford [B 57], Baird [C 56].
Barton [C 58], Beattie [C 58], Reid [C 54], Rivera [C 45], Middleton [K 58], Dickson [K 44].



Final Standings - Steel Division #3
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Next Season
The Mifflins will remain in the Steel Division #3 next season, and are expected to make a strong push for promotion!
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:21 pm

ImageSeason 24 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 12,000 seats
League: Steel Division #3
Final Position: 2nd
Key player: Hartley Conway [ENG B 81, age 31]
Fan favourite: Elbert Middleton [ENG K 63, age 23]

Summary
After being held back in the Steel Division #3, the Mifflins made a strong push for the title, going unbeaten for the first half of the season and losing only 4 matches out of the 60 games played! With one of the strongest Beater pairings in the game, the Mifflins are hoping that their success continues next season, as they enter Bronze League #1.


Highlights
Matchday 10: As an unbeaten run extends to twenty games, fans begin to believe that an unbeaten season is in the cards.
Matchday 15: With half the games complete, the team is on a massive high as they cruise at the top of the table, still unbeaten!
Matchday 16: The unbeaten run comes to an abrupt end, as the Oxford Valkyrie grab a narrow 350-310 victory.
Matchday 22: Two losses, to the 2nd-placed St. Albans Astras and the 3rd-placed Bangor Bromeras, sees the Mifflins drop to 2nd.
Matchday 29: A narrow defeat to the Astras (360-320) resigns the Mifflins to a 2nd place finish.


Transfers
Matchday 01: Youth alumni Keeper, Maureen Dickson, leaves for the Grimsby Galleons for 4,568 G.
Matchday 06: Halbert Ellis [K 46, age 23] of the Dudley Dursleys signed for 5,001 G.
Matchday 15: Youth alumni Seeker, Wilda Collins, sold to the Liverpool Butterbeers for 4,753 G.
Matchday 22: Promising youngsters, Albert McFarlane and Tony Demery, signed from the Sheffield Riddikulus, for 72 G each.
Matchday 29: Hartley Conway [B 81, age 31] signed for 18,500 G from the Manchester Flutterby.
Matchday 30: Backup Chaser, Carver Reid, sold to the Aberdeen Highlanders for 6,543 G.


Squad (Avg. 61)
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Back row: Barreto [S 62], Adam [B 77], Ford [B 64], Conway [B 81], Demery [C 31].
Beattie [C 64], Barton [C 64], Baird [C 63], Rivera [C 52], Ellis [K 50], Middleton [K 63].



Final Standings - Steel Division #3
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Next Season
The Mifflins will play in the Bronze League #1 next season, and are expected to finish in the top half of the table.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Wed Sep 24, 2014 7:05 am

ImageSeason 25 Overview :Bronze1st:
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 32,000 seats
League: Bronze League 1
Final Position: 1st
Key player: Hartley Conway [ENG B 81, age 32]
Fan favourite: Georgette Baird [ENG C 68, age 23]

Summary
Despite spending most of the season behind the Wolfrunians and the Kiddymincers, the Mifflins passed them both in a single matchday, going on to win the title! The lion's share of the praise for this feat has gone to the Beater pairing of Conway and Adam, who were magnificent! With Adam set to retire, the pressure is on EricShred to find a replacement!


Highlights
Matchday 03: A pair of wins pushes the Mifflins to 6th in the table, following an uninspired start to the season.
Matchday 09: A run of five wins is ended, this time by the 2nd-placed Kiddyminster Kiddymincers, as the Mifflins reach 3rd in the table.
Matchday 13: A sudden burst of form sees the Mifflins grab nine consecutive wins, as they steadily close in on the top two teams!
Matchday 14: The run comes to an abrupt end at the hands of the Bristol Badgers, although the Mifflins grab a victory against the Wolfrunians!
Matchday 21: The Wulfrunians end a 14-game winning streak, breaking away from the chasing pack with a 2-win gap.
Matchday 24: A narrow victory over the Kiddymincers sees the Mifflins leapfrog two teams, after 17 days in 3rd place.
Matchday 25: Construction of 20,000 additional seats concludes, with the stadium now able to host an incredible 32,000 supporters!


Transfers
Matchday 27: Up-and-coming Seeker, Albert McFarlane, sold to the Exeter Titans for 600 G.
Matchday 28: Talented Seeker, Harrison Levine [S 67, age 25], signed for 5,001 G from the Coventry Cavaliers.
Matchday 30: Experienced Scottish Beater, Lee Adam, retires aged 37 after an illustrious career; both nationally and internationally.


Squad (Avg. 64)
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Back row: Levine [S 67], Barreto [S 66], Conway [B 81], Demery [B 38], Ford [B 68].
Baird [C 68], Barton [C 68], Beattie [C 68], Rivera [C 57], Middleton [K 67], Ellis [K 55].



Final Standings - Bronze League #1
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Next Season
The Mifflins will play in the Silver League next season, and are expected to aim for a mid-table finish.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Fri Oct 24, 2014 4:18 pm

ImageSeason 26 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 32,000 seats
League: Silver League
Final Position: 4th
Key player: Hartley Conway [ENG B 81, age 33]
Fan favourite: Harrison Levine [IRE S 71, age 26]

Summary
Although the season started well for the Mifflins, a pair of losses early on dropped them deep into the bottom half and the team spent most of the season trying to get back into the top 4. Fortunately, the squad kept their focus and played some great Quidditch - beating each of their opponents at least once - which allowed them to climb into 4th on the final day of the season, earning a promotion to the Gold League - as ever, the fans were a huge part of the Mifflin's game and they are said to be excited for next season already!


Highlights
Matchday 03: Two defeats - by the Dudley Dursleys and the Milton Keynes Goldlions - drop the Mifflins from 2nd to 10th.
Matchday 10: A nine-game winning streak ends at the hands of the Staines Slaphappys, as the Mifflins climb back up the league.
Matchday 18: A pair of wins, against the Dursleys and the Goldlions, allow the club to reclaim 5th in the table!
Matchday 29: Seven wins in four days nudge the Mifflins up towards the three promotion spots in the league.
Matchday 30: Although the Mifflins fail to beat the Ashwinders, key results in the league allow the Mifflins to grab 4th!


Transfers
Matchday 05: Back-up Keeper, Halbert Ellis, sold to the Newcastle Nargles for 7,098 G.
Matchday 07: Up-and-coming Beater, Tony Demery, sold to the Cheltenham Champions for 395 G.
Matchday 08: Bargain Beater, Lamont Hoffman, signed for 108 G from the Wolverhampton Direhampton.
Matchday 16: Talented young Beater, Cecil Morgans [B 56, age 23], signed from the Gloucester Ghouls for 3,002 G.
Matchday 30: After 7 seasons at the club, Seeker, Sandro Barreto signs for the Southampton Seagulls, for 11,880 G.
Matchday 30: Experienced Beater and club captain, Hartley Conway, retires aged 33 after a great season.


Squad (Avg. 73)
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Back row: Levine [S 71], Barreto [S 68], Conway [B 81], Ford [B 72], Hoffman [B 41].
Morgans [B 59], Baird [C 73], Barton [C 71], Beattie [C 71], Rivera [C 62], Middleton [K 70].



Final Standings - Silver League
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Next Season
The Mifflins will play in the Gold League next season and are expected to finish in the middle of the pack.
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Postby Speedy » Wed Nov 26, 2014 4:34 am

ImageSeason 27 Overview
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 32,000 seats
League: Gold League
Final Position: 3rd
Key player: Arleen Ford [ENG B 76, age 26]
Fan favourite: Harrison Levine [IRE S 74, age 27]

Summary
A strong season for the Dundee Mifflins saw the young team beat the Bristol Bangtails in the final days of the season, earning promotion to the Honour League a record-breaking eight seasons after leaving the Sapling Series. The fans had plenty to cheer about all season, with only one team beating the Mifflins more than twice (the Kidderminster Kiddymincers) and no team able to beat the Mifflins in all four encounters. The Mifflins also took the time to strengthen their team during the course of the season, spending upwards of 86,000 G on new players - more than the entirety of their earlier seasons combined!


Highlights
Matchday 02: Two defeats in two days see the Mifflins off to an uninspiring start, as they drop to 8th in the league.
Matchday 04: An unexpected win against the Ashwinders pushes the Mifflins up to 4th.
Matchday 11: An eleven game unbeaten run ends at the hands of the Bath Salts, leaving the Mifflins in 2nd place!
Matchday 18: Three losses in two days cause the Mifflins to drop into 4th.
Matchday 30: The Mifflins end the season with an 11-game unbeaten run, leapfrogging the Bangtails into 3rd.


Transfers
Matchday 00: Hot prospect, Adriano Mazzoleni [B 67, age 21] signed for 36,500 G from the Cardiff Corgis.
Matchday 10: Bargain Seeker, Truman Rose [S 49, age 21] signed for 251 G from the Wrexham Wolfs.
Matchday 12: Club legend, Elvis Barton sold to division rivals, the Bristol Bangtails, for 24,500 G.
Matchday 12: Adam Wallace signs from the Bristol Badgers in exchange for Bonita Rivera and 28,000 G.
Matchday 14: Reserve team Beater, Cecil Morgans sold to the London Wizards for 5,620 G.


International Caps
Adriano Mazzoleni called up to the Italy National Team.


Squad (Avg. 75)
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Back row: Levine [S 74], Rose [S 53], Ford [B 76], Mazzoleni [B 71].
Baird [C 76], Beattie [C 73], Wallace [C 79], Middleton [K 73].



Final Standings - Gold League
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Next Season
The Mifflins will play in the Honour League next season and are expected to finish in the lower-middle region of the league table.
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Re: Dundee Mifflins Fan Collective

Postby Speedy » Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:27 am

ImageSeason 28 Overview :Honour3rd:
Stadium: Scranton, PA - 32,000 seats
League: Honour League
Final Position: 3rd
Key player: Arleen Ford [ENG B 78, age 27]
Fan favourite: Paulette Johnstone [ENG C 81, age 34]

Summary
An incredible debut season in the Honour League saw the club take home silverware after spending all season in the Top 4! Despite selling their two best Chasers (for a combined income of 225k), the club remained competitive all season and even spent a brief spell at the top by three wins! Although he was unavailable for comment, manager Eric Shred is expected to put the money towards an academy expansion, as well as a bargain player or two.


Highlights
Matchday 06: Three losses (to the Ashwinders, Shields, and the What) in twelve push the team into 3rd.
Matchday 12: A seven-win streak helps the Mifflins into 2nd place.
Matchday 21: An eight-game run of wins puts the team into 1st place, with 3 wins in hand!
Matchday 27: Eight losses in six days cause the Mifflins to drop into 4th.
Matchday 30: The Mifflins end their 9th season with a 5-game winning streak, beating the Corgis to 3rd.


Transfers
Matchday 00: The Plymouth Catchers purchase Georgette Baird for 105,000 G - a six-season profit of 100k!
Matchday 00: Breno Bento is brought in as a replacement, for 45,000 G, from the Belfast Knockslow.
Matchday 03: Truman Rose bought by the London Leviathans for 5,095 G.
Matchday 08: Keeper, Jay Adamson, is purchased for 201 G from the Preston Pokemon and retrained as a Chaser.
Matchday 18: Chaser, Adam Wallace, sells to the Cardiff Corgis for Paulette Johnstone and 85,000 G.
Matchday 23: Retiring Beater, Toby Wilkinson, signs for 7,200 G from the Belfast Knockslow.


International Caps
Adriano Mazzoleni called up to the Italy National Team.
Breno Bento called up to the Brazil National Team.


Squad (Avg. 77)
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Back row: Levine [S 76], Ford [B 78], Wilkinson [B 80], Mazzoleni [B 75], Beattie [C 75].
Bento [C 75], Johnstone [C 81], Adamson [C 34], Quinn [C 60], Middleton [K 75].



Final Standings - Honour League
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Next Season
The Mifflins will stay in the Honour League next season and will be hoping to perform as well as they did this season.

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