Monday, 12 March 2018

Newysports New-FM 1st Grade Season Preview 2018

Last Year: It was all too familiar disappointment for Belswans as they fell to a second-straight Grand Final defeat. Josh Rufo took over after arriving from Wallsend and the Blacksmiths-based club built a run to the finals with a solid second half of the year. Their dramatic 2nd leg Semi Final win over Kahibah will long live in the memory but alas it seemed like that was the day the club played its Grand Final.

Changes in 2018: The biggest omission from this year's squad is that of 2017 Golden Boot winner Tega Marcus. His move to Weston left Belswans with some attacking questions and they've looked to answer them with the high-profile signing of David Hodgson, yet another championship-winning player. The Glanchan brothers (Josh & Ben) and Reece Newton are among other recruits the club have picked up.

Best Qualities: With Marcus gone, Belswans' attack is now probably on par with its midfield and defence. It's a settled team across the park but the one true value they have is that of pure belief. Last year's Semi Final comeback shows what this club is all about. Another value they have over say arch rivals Kahibah is that of experience, championship-winning experience too.

Where They'll Struggle: That same experience could prove to be a hindrance to their chances. Some very big name players but some who are in the twilight of their careers. Making sure they work around that is absolutely paramount to their chances. Depth is also a question that they'll have to address at various times through the season. Most crucially though, for Belswans, it's all about avoiding their notorious slow start.

Key Player(s): It'd be too easy to say it's all about how they utilise David Hodgson but two key players who'd be missed sorely if they were out are Corey Wilson and Reece Newton. Expect big things from the two defenders this season whilst also at the back, goalkeeper Ben Parmenter will jet off to the World Cup and with the club's younger keepers lacking experience, it may cause concern.

Top Scorer Prediction: Despite his age, David Hodgson is the tip here for top scorer. He found a way to do it at Wallsend in 2016 and Josh Rufo knows a lot more about using Hodgo's strength than Kahibah did. The likes of Josh Hall will chip in with goals as may some of the newcomers like Billy Lockley but it's Hodgson who should lead the charge, if he plays more often than not.

Final Thoughts: There is every chance Belswans will sit 7th or 8th after the first month or so. They have been slow-starters the last two seasons but if they've proven anything, it's to never, ever rule them out of contention. Whatever they do in the 22 weeks leading to the playoffs, you can bet your bottom dollar that Belswans will most likely be there at the pointy end. 3rd


Last Year: The culture improved at the Hornets last season after a much-needed clean-out and change in direction. A severe lack of depth and reliable quality left them in all sorts at various stages of the season. Looking at just results, it was a total write-off but Lino Gatti did some good things off the park to get the club back on the right track. Still, it's probably a year the club will want to put behind them as the future becomes the focus.

Changes in 2018: It's yet another new era at the club with Brendan Slade coming in as Head Coach and bringing quality players and even better a lot of depth to boot. Naming all their newcomers in one paragraph isn't possible but there's a tonne of ex-Weston faces headlined by the highly experienced Greg Anderson, the club's captain at the Heritage Cup. Slade has not stopped signing players all off-season and the results are already showing.

Best Qualities: Defence is the key. Cessnock have conceded embarrassing numbers of goals in the last few years and it's obvious that Slade needed to build the team from the back. Three quality goalkeepers fighting for one spot and a defensive line that believes they can stop any attack in the league. No longer are Cessnock going to be easy-beats.

Where They'll Struggle: The only questionable part of the Cessnock set-up is how players will react to being dropped to 23's. There's a lot of quality and only 11 can start 1st Grade week-by-week. Competition will be healthy but man-management might be needed. On top of that, there's some youngsters who'll no doubt go through ups and downs as they normally do throughout the season. Experience will be vital.

Key Player(s): There's not one or two key players here unlike previous season's at Cessnock. The defensive line is probably the main focus as mentioned above however if any of the goalkeepers have an off-day or two then they've got options. Further forward, it's a big season for Jason Zechel who'll need to utilise his experience at the club to help some of the newcomers. Josh Dwyer also a player to keep a serious eye on as the season progresses.

Top Scorer Prediction: This is a tough one to call. Kyle Williams is an exciting player to watch for but the front-runner at this stage would probably be Jason Zechel. He was the top scorer for the club last season and knows a thing or two about finding the back of the net. Brendan Slade will no doubt be hoping a few players will be routine goalscorers so it's difficult to predict one stand-out.

Final Thoughts: June 26th 2016 was the last time Cessnock won a New-FM 1st Grade match, a 4-2 win over eventual champions Wallsend. They've won 15 of their last 102 games and more recently just three wins in the last 40 games. The only way is up and this club might just rocket into finals contention and be the surprise packet of the season. 5th


Last Year: For a club that struggled to transition into the New-FM environment, 2017 simply had to work for Cooks Hill. The recruitment of new coach Graham Law and a lot of new players led them to the club's ultimate glory, securing the New-FM Premiership in front of so many of the faces that helped build this club through the Zone League years. Don't forget Grand Final day either, a huge day for the club.

Changes in 2018: There's not a lot different about Cooks Hill and that is a scary proposition for the rest of the league. Cal Lewis is the biggest loss whilst missing out on Scottish import Jordan Moore hurt their chances of filling that hole. Key recruits include Jarryd Johnson and Brad Millar whilst the likes of boom youngsters Luke Muller stand on the verge of solidify a consistent spot in the 1st Grade set-up.

Best Qualities: The professionalism at this club is like no other in the league. The way they train, the way they prepare and the way they play set the bar last season and now it's up to other clubs to match it. Cooks Hill's attack is by far their most vital output. Their leaky defence was saved at times by a free-scoring attack that has a lot of options going forward.

Where They'll Struggle: Cooks Hill conceded twice as many goals as league-best defence Kahibah last season. Plugging those holes will be absolute paramount if they are to defend their crown. Goalkeeper Jake Hamilton is a confidence player as well. When he's on he is one of the best in the comp but he, like his defence can sometimes be a worry for Graham Law. Consistent performance at the back is the key this year.

Key Player(s): Unlike most clubs, there are no key players or key player for Cooks Hill. They have a depth that is unmatched in the league and Graham Law has at his disposal so many players who can fill the void if some of his first choice eleven are unavailable. Every player has a job to do in this side and it's a very well-oiled machine.

Top Scorer Prediction: Cooks Hill scored 66 regular season goals last year. 25 of those came from the departed Cal Lewis and the sidelined club captain Cal Gallagher. That is a bit of a worry but there is more than enough quality to find the back of the net. Lee Ashton was the top scorer last season and at this stage looks the one to watch out for.

Final Thoughts: As the defending premiers and a side that have largely retained its squad, Cooks Hill deserve the favourites tag heading into the new season. 2018 is going to be a lot tougher for the Cookers to go about their business now that they have such a big target on their back but for now they have certainly set the bar in the New-FM division. 1st


Last Year: 2017 saw Kahibah try to go to that next level and they'd achieve their highest ever finish, securing 2nd place on the final day of the season. Another classic Semi Final choke and they'd be out once again without making it to the big dance. Three years in a row where the club exited stage left in the Semi Finals. A good year but at the end one that finished with all too familiar disappointment.

Changes in 2018: The club's biggest departure was that of previous marquee signing David Hodgson. In return, they've snared young gun Asher Beasley from Cooks Hill and have additional recruits as well. The likes of Carson Dodd and Jye Hodson have impressed all pre-season plus the recent arrival of German import Tom Butzmann has really added some belief to the club. Kahibah's league-best defensive line and goalkeeper Nick Hartnett stay on for another year.

Best Qualities: Last season was built on a rock-solid defensive foundation. Kahibah conceded just 21 goals in 22 outings last season. There isn't much doubt that the club's best quality will remain it's resiliency at the back. Nick Hartnett is arguably the best keeper in the league as well. Another big quality for Kahibah is the pure depth they have in midfield. A lot of options in the engine room.

Where They'll Struggle: Attack is still questionable. A lot of pressure on Asher Beasley and the so far un-sighted Jamie Hadlow. Apart from that, the squad's depth is lacklustre in some regards, particularly defence. If they have any bad luck with injuries in the back-line they will struggle to fill the void and match the quality.

Key Player(s): As already mentioned, the defensive line and Nick Hartnett have a huge part to play once again this season but in terms of potential breakout stars this season, Asher Beasley could become a real vital piece of the Kahibah machine. With 23 goals in the U23's last season, he's got a chance to take his game to the next level. The partnership he forms with Jamie Hadlow will be vital for both players.

Top Scorer Prediction: The aforementioned Asher Beasley is the prediction for top goalscorer. If he rises to the test like the club hope he will he could easily get into double digits and push on. If Jamie Hadlow is to feature most weeks (judging he's still with the club after not being sighted for most of pre-season), he may very well be in the battle as well.

Final Thoughts: After being eliminated in Semi Finals for three straight years, the target for Kahibah has to be either the Premiership or a Grand Final berth. Andre Gumprecht and Mat Moncrieff will tell you otherwise but they're ultra competitive and hungry to bring Kahibah its greatest prize in club history. Expect them to be right up there if things go to plan. 2nd


Last Year: The Eagles returned to the 2nd tier with a bang and a thrilling 6-2 win at West Wallsend. From there their New-FM form went mostly in a downwards direction. The latter stages of the year saw them be brushed aside fairly easily at times although 4-5 and 3-5 losses to Cooks Hill showed they can find the back of the net against the big guns. It was a learning curve as they finished the season in a disappointing 8th place.

Changes in 2018: The Eagles have added some much needed depth to their side with a fair few of them featuring in the Heritage Cup. Brent Alcock, Liam Watson, Tom Davies and Usama Radford all add some back-up options whilst Lachlan Haines has been a handy pick-up for the side. For the most part, it's a settled squad from last season with not too many leaving. Small rumour too on the weekend of a quality player who left last year is now heading back.

Best Qualities: The Eagles best work will likely be in attack. The likes of Riley Taylor and Justin Maddalena looked good through the cup over the weekend and a those players along with a couple of others are looking far more enthused about their football in 2018. They'll score some goals this season, that's for sure.

Where They'll Struggle: Defensively it may be a testing year. This was a downfall of theirs last season and their back-line doesn't scream New-FM top 4 quality. They'll need to rise to the occasion and make sure the club don't concede 45 goals in 20 games like last season. Defence is no doubt where the spotlight will be for the Eagles in 2018.

Key Player(s): Goalkeeper Josh Cox could very well be the short-priced favourite for Player's Player in 2018. He was very reliable at the Heritage Cup and on his best day is can compete with any goalkeeper in the league. If he misses a game or two they'll struggle to replace his quality. Expect a big season too from Nic Pepper. He has trimmed down and is looking a player who wants to return to his best this season.

Top Scorer Prediction: He was their top scorer last season and could easily do it again this year as well. Riley Taylor has scored a fair few throughout pre-season and just has a knack for finding the back of the net on a regular occurrence. He may face competition this year though. Alex Ihlow got double digits last season and is a player to watch for whilst Justin Maddalena is also one that'll provide some moments this season.

Final Thoughts: Before the Heritage Cup, Newysports had them finishing 10th but they will be a bit better than that. Unsure if they have the quality to really make a stand and push for a top four spot. That is their goal but work needs to be done very well for this club to get to that next level. They'll be a solid test for anyone on their day but consistency may let them down. 8th


Last Year: Singleton slid down the table to a disappointing 9th place finish in 2017. With three losses in the first four rounds, they never really got started form-wise. A few good results but for the most part, a year spent being also-rans. Injuries didn't favour them and never did some mid-season player movement. It's safe to say Singo did it pretty tough last season.

Changes in 2018: The Strikers have endured a fair bit of turnover in the off-season. The highly-publicised departure of star goalkeeper Stuart Plant left a hole to fill which Corey Cleaver will be hoping to do this season. Jackson Cox returns to the club once again whilst Jake Ball is another key recruit tipped to make an impact. The club have an ex-NPL talent potentially before the week is out as well.

Best Qualities: With only one chance to see how the side stack up, their qualities are still a bit questionable. The fact that literally no-one in the league outside of the club is expecting them to make much of an impact is a positive. They can fly under the radar. The key men going forward would have to be former captain Jackson Cox (previously one the league's best when he last played) and last year's top scorer Joe Civello.

Where They'll Struggle: The back-line would probably be where Singleton endure the most pressure this season. A helluva lot of pressure next weekend will be on Corey Cleaver as he returns to the position of goalkeeper whilst young centre back Jackson Skinner will look to return to his 2016 form after a patchy season at times last year. Squad depth is also a key area where the Strikers simply don't have the same quality or options avaliable as the clubs closer to the city.

Key Player(s): The two key players have already been mentioned. Again Cleaver in goals would have to be one. After Stuey Plant's heroics at times over the last few years, the former centre back will look to try and produce the goods. The returning Jackson Cox will be expected to be one of the stand-outs and if he reaches his best form he'll be very difficult to deal with for the opposition.

Top Scorer Prediction: It depends a lot on who plays the most games and how they go with injuries, suspensions, etc. Bowen Bagnall will be one to watch but the two main contenders would be Jackson Cox from midfield who is known to pop up for goals and the leading contender, last year's stand-out scorer for Singleton, Joe Civello.

Final Thoughts: A chat with Head Coach David Willoughby was an honest look at the club. He said they wouldn't win the Premiership but there's hope that the club can improve on last year and if thing's go well enough they can push for a spot in the top four. That may be a little bit out of reach looking at the quality of the opposition. Singleton will likely prove this tip very wrong but for now, Newysports is not sold on them. An apparent 6-1 loss to ZPL side Mayfield on the weekend is a worry. 11th


Last Year: During the Pre-Season Interview Series, Denis Fajkovic admitted he came in not knowing what to expect last season. The Gunners finished 5th and came within a win or two of making the finals. Safe to say they ticked a lot of boxes in Faj's book. They were known around the league last season for an absolute rock solid defensive line. 9 clean sheets and only 7 games where they conceded more than one goal. 

Changes in 2018: The club's signings have been superb. Depth has indeed been boosted and so has the quality. Nathan McAllister was 2nd in the Golden Boot last season and will add so much to the side going forward. Jock Thompson another good ex-Redback joining up. A lot of eyebrows were raised at the signing of Dino Fajkovic but last week it was revealed he has moved back to Magic NPL. A big, big loss with Dino tipped to have been the best player in the league.

Best Qualities: The defence last season was the key success but this year it may flip around. With Nathan McAllister on board, that adds a lot to what was at times an underwhelming attack last season. It gives assistance to the likes of Klaudon Ahmataj. The Gunners have a team belief that is second to none in the league and that is a quality to utilise in itself.

Where They'll Struggle: He's an exciting goalkeeper that has improved his game every season but there's a tonne of pressure on Ben Corling. After being in NPL 20's, he is now the #1 at a club that is aiming to win the league. Added to that, the back-up Kyle Furness is highly inexperienced at a senior level. They'll no doubt push each other to new levels and it wouldn't surprise to see Furness get a chance at some stage in 1st but if there's any potential weaknesses, it's inexperience in between the sticks.

Key Player(s): This whole section could have been dedicated to Dino Fajkovic but now it goes to a few. Jock Thompson brought in to sure up the defensive line and that allows Denis Fajkovic to play more of a #10 role where he can be so very dangerous. The "big three" so to speak who they'd miss the most would be Corey Nicholas, Denis Fajkovic and Nathan McAllister.

Top Scorer Prediction: Again this would have been Dino. Easily a 20 goal attacker at this level. But fortunately they have someone who can score a bucketload of goals in Nathan McAllister. He may be pushed a bit further forward than he was at Thornton too as Southy have a bit more depth in the midfield. If Klaudon Ahmataj gets his way he'll be pushing Macca for that top scorer position as well.

Final Thoughts: There were early calls for Southy to finish top but that's settled down as the season approached. Losing Dino Fajkovic hurts them whilst squad depth is not as strong as they'd probably like. The 23's are a young side so it's uncertain if they could fill any huge injury voids. But comfortably Southy are in a position to push into the top four and maybe even further. 4th


Last Year: After being on the verge of finals for a couple of seasons, the Redbacks finally got back to the Semi's in 2017. They wouldn't last though as they got bundled out 10-1 on aggregate by Cooks Hill. The club changed its direction at the end of the season, moving on from a long-time reign under Darrel McAllister to bringing in his former assistant Gary Wand to be the new Head Coach.

Changes in 2018: With the change of coach, some experienced players did leave the club. Club captain and top goalscorer Nathan McAllister was the biggest loss whilst Jamie Subat and Jock Thompson also left the club among others. The club went more for youth and has brought in a few names from the NPL 20's last season.

Best Qualities: The Redbacks are largely more than most teams an unknown factor. The one trial match Newysports saw was that of a mixed 23's/1st side. Obviously some of the talent they've brought in whilst young are still experienced in the NPL system. Jye McKeller & Sam Rossi were two of the main signings they announced but Trent Partridge looks to be a great addition to the side from Lake Macquarie City. Their best quality is that of being able to fly under the radar. No-one is really that sure what to expect.

Where They'll Struggle: Like flipping a coin, the things mentioned above could go the other way, as always the case with a side stacked with some 18-22 year olds. On paper they don't have a goalscorer who can replicate the pure scoring record that Nathan McAllister possessed. But more than anything else, inexperience could be the challenge for the Redbacks in 2018.

Key Player(s): Based on the one trial match Newysports caught, the main players to watch for include those already mentioned above. Sam Rossi in particular will be key as well as Trent Partridge. Both part of the spine of the squad. Interesting battle ahead for goalkeepers as well with James Wand and the experienced Mick Hugo the two options. Not too many clubs have two solid keeper options like that.

Top Scorer Prediction: No doubt there are other players we're yet to sight but there is some expectation on Josh Coleman this season. He was a stand-out in 23's last year and scored a few goals and now with some spots opening up, he has a chance to make the move up into 1st Grade. Jye McKeller a decent chance to score a few as well as Wade Attewell who will pop up over the course of the year.

Edit: Completely forgot the club added former Weston 1st Grader Jake Millsteed to their roster after he missed out on a spot at Edgeworth. Expect him to be right up their as one of their best and a potent threat in the attacking areas of the field.

Final Thoughts: Thornton remain a mystery. It's been hard to get a gauge on them in pre-season as they've been pretty quiet in terms of trial results and happy to go about their business. So based on that, we're putting them low on our predictions based on that inexperience. They've no doubt got every intention of pushing for the top four though. 9th


Last Year: Like the two seasons before it, last year was one of disappointment for Toronto-Awaba. Adam Routledge's first season as Head Coach was a challenging one but his players say he brought a lot of passion back into the squad. Results-wise they were only one point better off than 2016, which in turn was one point better than 2015. Slow improvement but more is needed.

Changes in 2018: A lot was said about Toronto in the off-season but when the chance finally came to see them in action, they certainly impressed. Jarrod Penfold leaves Kahibah and joins a club where he can no longer be just a cameo supporter but the main man. Todd Cawley as well looking super and Connor Thorpe also a decent addition further back. Off the field, Nathan Smith and Graham Jones will help boost the coaching ranks. 

Best Qualities: The football they've been aiming to play is all about attack and that in itself is a huge positive for a club that's been through some struggling times. The aforementioned Penfold and Cawley, along with the already impressive Nick Mackay will be a big support to club captain and last year's top scorer Nick Roberts.

Where They'll Struggle: Stags scored 29 goals last year, only seven behind a Southy side that almost made finals. At the same time, they conceded 57 goals. A shocking stat that highlighted a defensive line that struggled in 2017. It's still a bit of a question how their defence will go but with a quality keeper in Blake Redman between the sticks, that adds a lot. The games he missed last year were tough.

Key Player(s): Based on the Kahibah trial, it's got to be Jarrod Penfold and Todd Cawley. Both were main signings in the off-season and as already mentioned, they can be real stand-outs for the club if they play their best football. Nick Roberts will be again one to watch for but that's probably more for the section below. 

Top Scorer Prediction: Yes it will be Nick Roberts who stands the biggest chance of leading the scoring stats for Toronto again this season. He can score a lot of goals and has a real knack for producing some entertaining finishes. He'll have a bit more competition around him this season for goals which helps the club's chances massively.

Final Thoughts: Toronto are a club that keep to themselves (even away from the official media) but when they do talk they rate themselves as a chance to really push for the top four. Adam Routledge himself said at the Kahibah trial he's happy with how they look and the club claims there's a strong local belief out those parts this season. Make no mistake, it could all fall apart at the drop of a hat but 2018 is a year where the Stags should make that next step. 6th


Last Year: The off-season of 2016/17 was a big change for Wallsend. Losing a lot of experience from their back-to-back Championship winning teams meant the club was turning its focus to the future. Club legend Chris Gallagher returned as coach but it was a season full of disappointments, none more so than a 9-0 hammering at Blacksmiths that will go down as one of the darkest days for the club in recent memories. The club finished 14 points outside the top four.

Changes in 2018: Again it's a change of coach with championship 23's coach Ben Edwards promoted to the Head Coach position. The club have promoted youth but new additions have come in as well. For the most part their signings are from the Zone League system and unproven at this level. However, Jarrod Samson, a good signing for them, joined from Charlestown.

Best Qualities: Assistant coach Wayne Edwards admitted this on camera, the club's attack is their main key to success in 2018. The recruitment of potent Argenton goalsocrer Ty Goldsmith along with the aforementioned Samson added to their attack whilst Matt Williams and former Hornet Travas McCabe also possess good quality. 

Where They'll Struggle: Defensively Wallsend are on thin ice. The long-term injury to centre back and club captain Kyle Macorig was a dagger through their heart. It's a big season for youngster Jackson Manning who'll be looking to help fill the void. Depth-wise, Wallsend are also pretty thin compared to most clubs. Goalkeeper Joel Magnee also unproven at this level.

Key Player(s): There is a tonne of pressure on the attackers mentioned above. Ty Goldsmith is no doubt the main man up front this season whilst Jarrod Samson and Matt Williams will be expected to provide some decent service. One to watch for in midfield is former Lakes player Gabriel Cerda. A highly competitive player who adds a lot. At the back, it's Ash Watts who'll need to show some leadership and guidance.

Top Scorer Prediction: Ty Goldsmith looks to be the player who'll be threatening for goals the most this season. He endured a tough weekend at the Heritage Cup but there's no doubt he'll find the back of the net a few times this season. Once again Jarrod Samson also one to watch for. His efforts in attack against Woongarrah in pre-season were quiet impressive.

Final Thoughts: Underwhelming is probably the word to describe Wallsend's pre-season. They've been pretty quiet on the trial front (mostly playing lower league sides) and their results at the weekend's Heritage Cup were below expectations. Compared to the top clubs, it's just very hard at this stage to see them pushing for the finals. At this point, Newysports has to say, there's nine teams that look better. They'll look to prove that wrong though. 10th


Last Year: Gary Rowe set his side a target of 30 points and they'd finish on 29 which is no doubt a success but no doubt the club would have felt more was possible. Inconsistency would be the key word to describe a season where Westy totally outclassed Cooks Hill and Kahibah in home matches at Wembley. Meanwhile some games (Kahibah and Toronto away) they folded like a camping chair. Something has to give in 2018.

Changes in 2018: With some clubs changing coach's and rosters, West Wallsend have kept it fairly steady. Bailey Cox is the new skipper this season whilst newcomers include the impressive Bailey Jensen, Josh West, Jai Webster and Adam Cooper. May also be one or two players that have been un-sighted by Newysports this pre-season. It's not a team full of superstars but one that plays with a lot of Bluebell passion and belief. 

Best Qualities: The aforementioned belief is a good quality but Westy's main output they have over anyone else is their physicality. You will not go to Johnston Park and have an easy outing. This is an in truly in your face football team. They likely won't score 30 yard screamers but when Westy get going they are brilliant to watch. It's old-school, it's raw and it's true blue West Wallsend passion.

Where They'll Struggle: Depth. So important and so vital that it simply had to be underlined. Gary Rowe admitted they've struggled at times in pre-season to get numbers for 23's and this isn't a big squad by any means. Injuries hindered them at times this year and it could very well ruin their season if luck isn't on their side. That above all else is the main concern for the club. And possibly inconsistency as well...

Key Player(s): Very similar to the Westy 19's, there's no one or two key players. Goalkeeper Jesse Cook is probably one they cannot afford to have out. He is a very impressive shot-stopper on his day and will be vital for them this season but for the most part it's a fairly even squad. The already-noted Bailey Jensen is also one to watch for. You don't play Jaffas 1st Grade without having some immense quality about you. 

Top Scorer Prediction: It's almost easier to leave this section blank. Westy on paper don't have a 20 goal attacker but they do have more than a few players who can find the back of the net. Unsure on the new guys but Sam Holt, Ryan Cole and Jarrod Olivieri all known to pop up for goals every now and then.

Final Thoughts: Westy weren't far off making the finals last season and will probably be in the race again this year. Consistency is the true thing needed to return the club to the finals. It's a team that on some days just lack will and motivation. Other days they can beat anyone in the comp. More of the latter will see them make finals but for now it's safe to predict them to be in the race but finish below the four. 7th


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