Aiming for wins at the business end of the season

September 02, 2017

The Boaster has been on a mid-year break, but is now back for an assault on the finals.

Since I last reported massive changes have occurred with the ladder.

After round four, Maccas Lot was entrenched at the bottom of the ladder and may have even received a spray in this article. Well, it proves that someone reads my dribble, as Macca and his crew have responded with four wins in a row.

They now sit second on the ladder and are one win away from a grand final berth.

Macca has continued to struggle with his own form but his number two seed Helen ‘The Greek Goddess’ Flint has put four wins in a row on the board and has guided the team up the ladder.

The Goddess is in career-best form and had a swipe at The Boaster in her weekly press conference.

‘‘I read the rubbish written by The Boaster. We have used his damning assessment of our team as motivation. In fact, we probably need to thank him,’’ she said.

Bulldogs have only won two of their past four games but are still clear on top of the ladder. Only a disaster in the final round would see them miss the final.

Colin ‘The Headband’ McBean has led from the front with three wins and is hot on the heels of Chad Parker for the individual award.

The Headband was quick to boast about his side’s potential after it convincingly cleaned up The Hyphens.

‘‘The AFL Bulldogs may be done for the season but my Squash Bulldogs are ready to go all the way,’’ he said.

The Hyphens and The Fashionvistas are slightly off the pace but with one round remaining a big performance could see either team sneak into second place.

It should be a cracking final round and I’m predicting a big final match from the Fashionvistas which will catapult them into the top two.

That will see David ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Hall in another grand final and a sell-out crowd will be assured.

— The Boaster

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