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Re: Southern Football League

trying to,work out why the sfl won't adopt Sunday footy for juniors (all grades) it provides maximum participation maximum quality with the private and public combine a full day of footy it makes big dollars and allows a pathway through U18 to all Saturday clubs especially now the Deep South private schools are setting up Saturday footy. Also can be run irrespective of whether a club has a side in amateurs as they are separate and it won't hurt those who pine for what they lovingly call the big day out.

instead we stick to a hotpotch one big day of Saturday footy made up of forfeits combines and clubs playing at multiple grounds Sunday footy for all will happen it will just take time for the lovers of past glories to work it out.

As for the seniors that will take some serious working out at least every team will provide two games on a Saturday .......... Div 7 pack the bags for Salisbury North west from Aldinga that's an overnighter

You from Hackham?
We are not and don't want to be SAAFL.
We have allowed our league to be taken advantage of by some to cause the issues you raise! We need to have strong leadership to put this comp back where it once was.
Sunday footy was about mini footy and of latter years a over flow of sat sides (development) NOT what we have today.
by shoe boy
Mon Aug 25, 2014 9:34 am
 
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Re: Rosewater FC - Public Notice

The "unbearable back pain" must have momentarily subsided whilst coward punching an innocent bloke.
by Spargo
Mon Nov 21, 2016 7:39 pm
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

bennymacca wrote:Plenty on here think that the afl have in effect diverted money away from sanfl to fund this.

No, but plenty of us think that a similar amount could be spent on setting up a proper AFL reserves league.
by Pseudo
Sat Feb 04, 2017 9:49 pm
 
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Re: AFLW - Womens AFL

It will be interesting to see how this pans out. The standard is terrible but realistically what do you expect?

Give me a game of local footy over an AFL game any day. It's still real footy and the standard compared to AFL is absolutely garbage.

One thing I will note though- The holding the ball and pulling the ball in rule was umpired completely different to a men's match.
by LaughingKookaburra
Sat Feb 04, 2017 9:21 pm
 
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Re: Salary Cap Investigations

Sean Brading $1300 at Wallaroo heard it from Shrek first
Good luck if he is, worth every penny

That's why our whole footy set up is F******!!

SANFL clubs can't pay close to that, mediocre amateur players get payed more than a SANFL player to go country, less training, less commitment etc.

Salary caps should be brought in and enforced where the ammo/country clubs have restrictions more severe than state league

Jim, if he's showing the same commitment to Wallaroo as a AFL player then perhaps he'd be worth it, otherwise no bloody chance

Or better yet, why dont the AFL fund the state comps so they have a decent salary cap level, it should be at least double what it is now to allow the SANFL to pay more.
by daysofourlives
Sun Dec 10, 2017 6:09 pm
 
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