Their FINALS match on 4th February looks to be a much more challenging affair against league leaders No Run, who currently have a projected score above that of the Warriors.
New Weddington will be looking to make use of the unlimited transfers for this round to boost their team and make history in the nation’s sports by winning the Trophy at the first attempt. Lord Watitune said of the team: “As well as the finances, politics and diplomatic elements of New Weddington, we strongly believe that culture, arts and sports are just as important in defining a sense of national identity and inclusion.
“Whilst we eagerly await the start of our online AFL men’s and EPL (English Premier League) soccer later this year; along with the ongoing AFL Women’s team, we should acknowledge the success of the BBL team in the New Weddington Warriors sports family. Whatever the outcome of the finals, they are already winners in our eyes in progressing so far, so convincingly, in their first season.
“On a personal level, I look forward to planned initiatives that will look to bring the New Weddington Warriors into the macro-world through potential sponsorship and naming rights; as well as developing our culture and arts initiatives, including representation in microgovernment events such as the Australian Government Multicultural Festival and Parade, and formalisation of our Arts department through local and national exhibitions, and online galleries.
“All of this will occur along with the development of the New Weddington Isles government as a viable and vibrant micronation, and we wholeheartedly invite others to join our journey by becoming a subject of the realm – more here.”