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General Meeting Sunday 8 December 2019

Just received following from Max Donnelly Finally have the chance for a yes vote.NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING Notice is given that a general meeting of members of the Leagues Club will be held on Sunday 8 December 2019 commencing at 10am in Pablo's Restaurant, Level 3, Parramatta League's Club, Parramatta NSW 2150. Please refer to the notes on the conduct of the General Meeting. Special Resolution – Adoption of Leagues Club constitution To consider and, if thought fit, to pass the following as a special resolution: “That the constitution in the form signed by the chairman of the meeting for the purposes of identification be adopted as the constitution of the Leagues Club" How to cast your vote/Your voting material 1. If you have received this email, your voting material will be sent to you via email from Parramatta Leagues Club Limited (Communications@mailservice.computershare.com.au). You will receive this email tomorrow (Thursday 14 November 2019). 2. All other eligible Members…

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21 Replies · Reply by colin hussey 6 hours ago

Season Countdown

Poupou Escobar replied to Poppa's discussion Guess for the Cap at this point......
"Parra released their NRL squad list and Utoikamanu isn't in it: https://www.parraeels.com.au/news/2019/11/04/parramatta-eels-2020-s...
He's also absent from the official profiles: https://www.parraeels.com.au/teams/"
4 hours ago
Chocolate Frog ♥ Ms Peppers Mint replied to Poppa's discussion Guess for the Cap at this point......
"9.3 on the cap
0.2 off the cap due to Peni Terepo being at the club for 8+ years.
9.1 on the cap 
9.6 cap
We have $500k to play with but we need 4 players registered to the top 30 by 1st March, 3 by 1st Nov. Based on above I must be out by around $3…"
5 hours ago
Chocolate Frog ♥ Ms Peppers Mint replied to Poppa's discussion Guess for the Cap at this point......
"So if Terepo was on $250k the club gets $200k off the cap and Peni is $50k on the cap or the club just has another $200k to play with on the cap with Peni on $250k??  "
5 hours ago
CURSED EEL replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"Yeah eggman, I remember reading about that massacre, i think 6-7 aboriginals got slaughtered. The river itself is mysterious, it's not that deep, the current isn't very strong, yet there's been so many drownings there, seems like it's been cursed."
6 hours ago
Chocolate Frog ♥ Ms Peppers Mint replied to Parra fan on The Hill's discussion Name your greatest ever Eels side!
"LOLLLLLLLLL Steve Edge FMD"
6 hours ago
MeelK replied to Parramanaic's discussion Helping the bushfire victims on the North Coast
"Hope you're ok Egg. I'm in Taree, not in any direct danger, but it's been horrible around here the last week. Feel for all the smaller communities that have been in the path of the fires, theres not much been left behind."
6 hours ago
colin hussey replied to colin hussey's discussion General Meeting Sunday 8 December 2019
"Get in touch with the club, at the phone number supplied in the above notice, "
6 hours ago
colin hussey replied to Parra fan on The Hill's discussion Name your greatest ever Eels side!
"Driza,  I go back to the 60's and earlier when my late dad and mum would go to almost every match the eels played in/at even as a ten year old in 1957, climbed the North Sydney oval trees having walked from North Sydney station, same everywhere else…"
7 hours ago
Little old lady replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"We can talk about high school, that's ok. But you have to find me first, of course."
7 hours ago
CURSED EEL replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"Wow, that gave me the chills about the ring,  that's awesome."
7 hours ago
Slugg replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"I’ll still find you we can talk about Sevo high or play monopoly what do you say?"
7 hours ago
Little old lady replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"I don't eat bacon or ham or anything to do with pig meat  Slugg so you won't affect me."
7 hours ago
Slugg replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"When I go I’m going to haunt every 1EE member. Every time they have a bacon sandwich they’ll think of me."
7 hours ago
Micky replied to Poppa's discussion Guess for the Cap at this point......
"Pops... my memory is not great but you must be known as the old fool on here.
First of all thats my thoughts, If I know parra through history then add another 30% to every player payments.
2nd of all Stefano is in the top 30 and if you didnt know th…"
7 hours ago
Slugg replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"Sometimes but not in a bad way she was welcome. My wife and daughter both felt her presence at times and it made them happy.  Was it just the mind playing tricks I can’t say maybe it was or maybe it wasn’t.
The day after my wife passed away my niece…"
8 hours ago
CURSED EEL replied to CURSED EEL's discussion THE BLOODY MILE
"Did your old house have a different vibe at night Slugg ?  I can picture a figure at the top of the stairs looking down. I don't blame your friend for not coming back, some people get really affected by this stuff, "
8 hours ago
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THE BLOODY MILE

Between Dunmore train crossing and Minamurra train Station is a stretch of road known as The Bloody Mile ( Riverside Dr ) The bridge crossing the Minamurra river is almost in the centre. This is one little strip of road you don't want to break down at night, especially if your alone.The old cart road ( cycleway now, north of bridge ) that cuts through the swamp is very eerie, feels like your being watched, air feels thick, dizziness, headache and nausea sets in, other times you start feeling…

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16 Replies · Reply by CURSED EEL 6 hours ago

Helping the bushfire victims on the North Coast

Just a thought but I see Manly are heading up here to Rappville to have a look at what the bushfires had done and help out. I was thinking if anyone here has contact with the club, maybe suggest that the club and players come up here and help out the victims or even help the RFS in battling some of the fires, have a look at what the fires had done, talk to some of the victims, donate a few signed jumpers or donate some money to help the victims, those who lost everything. It would make some…

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21 Replies · Reply by MeelK 6 hours ago

Post contact metres - some surprises

I thought we did worse than the NRL.com stats show. As a team we were sixth best at both making and conceding post contact meters. Our only forwards in the top 50 players for making post contact meteres (total for the year) were Shane Lane (24th; 1002m)  and Juniour Paulo (28th; 972m). However, our new recruits performed well: Ryan Matterson (12th , 1193m) and Reagan Campbell-Gillard was just outside the top 50 but has been up there on previous years. I was thinking that if we start with JP and…

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6 Replies · Reply by Wile E. Coyote 20 hours ago

Guess for the Cap at this point......

Parramatta EelsPlayer Contracted seasons Daniel Alvaro (200k)20202021 Waqa Blake (600k)2020202120222023 Dylan Brown (450)2020 Nathan Brown (600)2020PO Reagan Campbell-Gillard (630)20202021202220232024Andrew Davey (110)2020 Haze Dunster  (80k)2020 Kane Evans  (350)2020 Blake Ferguson (500)20202021 David Gower  (150)2020 Clint Gutherson (630)202020212022 George Jennings (150)2020 Oregon Kaufusi   (150)2020 Shaun Lane  (350)2020 Reed Mahoney (350)2020 Ryan…

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37 Replies · Reply by Poupou Escobar 4 hours ago

School shutdowns

With some schools already shut due to the conditions, there is a growing list of schools that are shutting tomorrow.https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/school-safetyKeep upto date with the link above to see if your kids schools are closed, and most importantly be safe.

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1 Reply · Reply by Wizards" Supermax” Sleeve on Tuesday

Eat a vegan to save the planet

The rate of vegans https://worldin2019.economist.com/theyearofthevegan?utm_source=412&utm_medium=COMseems to correlate to the increase in average global temperature and it makes senseGlobal warming is caused by increased CO2 in the atmospherePlants remove CO2 and turn it into sugar and other macromolecules - thereby cooling the planetVegans kill all our plants for food and clothes. This not only removes the means of reducing CO2 but when they metabolise the plant macromolecules they produce…

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42 Replies · Reply by brad 13 hours ago