2019 SANFL Fixture

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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby o five » Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:23 am

sib wrote:Wow Crows and Port have the most TV games. Im shocked. Not

Crows – 5 Games
Port - 4 Games
South – 3 Games
Centrals – 3 Games
Eagles – 3 Games
North – 3 Games
turt – 2 Games
Norwood - 2 Games
Glenelg – 2 Games
West - 1 Game



Again. Their still trying to flog those two dead horses.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Dissident » Fri Mar 08, 2019 9:07 am

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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby MatteeG » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:10 pm

DOC wrote:The Big Bash will still be on.


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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby SA_Scout » Fri May 03, 2019 4:14 pm

What is the Televised game this week ??
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Fri May 03, 2019 4:16 pm

SA_Scout wrote:What is the Televised game this week ??

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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby saintal » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:21 pm

Whine time. South's recent activity:

May 11- No match (State game)
May 18- Played
May 25- No match (split round)
June 1- Played
June 10- Played
June 16- Played
June 23- No match (split round)

I know this has a been an issue for a number of years (remember those that argued 10 teams would see the end of byes?), but 3 weeks idle in the space of 7 weekends in the middle of the season kills any momentum for clubs and the league.

The timing of this split round is dumb, with no local AFL games scheduled on either Saturday or Sunday arvo this week and the Crows being out of action. A perfect opportunity to schedule 5 matches. And if the Crows aren't happy about the Ravens playing while the seniors are on a bye, too bad.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Pseudo » Tue Jun 18, 2019 12:22 am

saintal wrote:Whine time. South's recent activity:

May 11- No match (State game)
May 18- Played
May 25- No match (split round)
June 1- Played
June 10- Played
June 16- Played
June 23- No match (split round)

I know this has a been an issue for a number of years (remember those that argued 10 teams would see the end of byes?), but 3 weeks idle in the space of 7 weekends in the middle of the season kills any momentum for clubs and the league.

The timing of this split round is dumb, with no local AFL games scheduled on either Saturday or Sunday arvo this week and the Crows being out of action. A perfect opportunity to schedule 5 matches. And if the Crows aren't happy about the Ravens playing while the seniors are on a bye, too bad.


Unfortunately the only way to cast a fixture with a remote semblance of fairness is to draw each team to play the interlopers the same number of times, restricting the number of games to 18. The only way to stretch this over a full season is to pack the draw full of byes, badly disguised as "split rounds".

The simplest fix is also the most obvious.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby saintal » Tue Jun 18, 2019 1:01 am

Yep, absolutely, I'm aware of the rationale behind an 18 game season behind drawn out so long. I just wanted a whinge.. 8)
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Pseudo » Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:13 am

saintal wrote:Yep, absolutely, I'm aware of the rationale behind an 18 game season behind drawn out so long. I just wanted a whinge.. 8)

Me too. :D
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Booney » Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:16 am

The SANFL will consider cutting the number of split rounds next season and programming a later start to the season.

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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby DOC » Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:22 am

The SANFL is to consider cutting the number of split rounds next season and programming a later start to the state league season.

An annual review of the season has started and the majority of the state league clubs are in favour of less byes and more continuity for the players and fans.

There have been four byes this season with three split rounds and a weekend free from action because of the state game.

SANFL general manager football Adam Kelly said the competition structure and length of the season was currently being reviewed.

“How many weeks we occupy the calendar is being considered at the moment,” Kelly said. “Having 18 minor round games provides us with equity in the draw which is broadly welcomed by the clubs as they get to play each other twice.

“Having three byes and a week off for the state game is what we have had the past three years, but is that appropriate moving forward? To have less byes would mean starting later.”

The state league grand final is played the week before the AFL premiership decider. With the SANFL attempting to align itself with a 23-round AFL schedule, the high number of byes is necessary.

Kelly said the SANFL had been extremely satisfied with the 2019 season, noting attendances had increased five per cent and television audiences were up 16 per cent. He said the league was really pleased with the standard of football.

“There has been a lot of interest maintained in the competition and we should have a really strong finals campaign,” he said.

“It is an annual process, going through what has worked and what hasn’t. We are very pleased with the way things are going and the strength of the competition. We will get into that phase in the coming weeks, looking at next season.”
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby JK » Sat Aug 24, 2019 12:19 am

SANFL have hit the jackpot this round, crowds should be good:

- 1 game saying goodbye to a SANFL Fall Of Famer and Legend to be.
- 1 game a massive grudge match with nothing but pride on the line and with no game next week 42 blokes that should go hard.
- 3 games that will determine the 5
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby nwdfanparade » Sat Aug 24, 2019 3:13 pm

JK wrote:SANFL have hit the jackpot this round, crowds should be good:

- 1 game saying goodbye to a SANFL Fall Of Famer and Legend to be.
- 1 game a massive grudge match with nothing but pride on the line and with no game next week 42 blokes that should go hard.
- 3 games that will determine the 5


But no game this round was televised. Ch7 in their wisdom, decided to broadcast Australia Got Talent instead :roll:
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby gadj1976 » Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:04 am

nwdfanparade wrote:
JK wrote:SANFL have hit the jackpot this round, crowds should be good:

- 1 game saying goodbye to a SANFL Fall Of Famer and Legend to be.
- 1 game a massive grudge match with nothing but pride on the line and with no game next week 42 blokes that should go hard.
- 3 games that will determine the 5


But no game this round was televised. Ch7 in their wisdom, decided to broadcast Australia Got Talent instead :roll:


Wrong thread mate, #australiasgottalentreignsoversanfl
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Al22 » Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:50 am

DOC wrote:The SANFL is to consider cutting the number of split rounds next season and programming a later start to the state league season.

An annual review of the season has started and the majority of the state league clubs are in favour of less byes and more continuity for the players and fans.

There have been four byes this season with three split rounds and a weekend free from action because of the state game.

SANFL general manager football Adam Kelly said the competition structure and length of the season was currently being reviewed.

“How many weeks we occupy the calendar is being considered at the moment,” Kelly said. “Having 18 minor round games provides us with equity in the draw which is broadly welcomed by the clubs as they get to play each other twice.

“Having three byes and a week off for the state game is what we have had the past three years, but is that appropriate moving forward? To have less byes would mean starting later.”

The state league grand final is played the week before the AFL premiership decider. With the SANFL attempting to align itself with a 23-round AFL schedule, the high number of byes is necessary.

Kelly said the SANFL had been extremely satisfied with the 2019 season, noting attendances had increased five per cent and television audiences were up 16 per cent. He said the league was really pleased with the standard of football.

“There has been a lot of interest maintained in the competition and we should have a really strong finals campaign,” he said.

“It is an annual process, going through what has worked and what hasn’t. We are very pleased with the way things are going and the strength of the competition. We will get into that phase in the coming weeks, looking at next season.”


Great to cut out the byes. Maybe the first tiny concession from the SANFL in not aligning itself with the afl.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Jim05 » Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:13 pm

Al22 wrote:
DOC wrote:The SANFL is to consider cutting the number of split rounds next season and programming a later start to the state league season.

An annual review of the season has started and the majority of the state league clubs are in favour of less byes and more continuity for the players and fans.

There have been four byes this season with three split rounds and a weekend free from action because of the state game.

SANFL general manager football Adam Kelly said the competition structure and length of the season was currently being reviewed.

“How many weeks we occupy the calendar is being considered at the moment,” Kelly said. “Having 18 minor round games provides us with equity in the draw which is broadly welcomed by the clubs as they get to play each other twice.

“Having three byes and a week off for the state game is what we have had the past three years, but is that appropriate moving forward? To have less byes would mean starting later.”

The state league grand final is played the week before the AFL premiership decider. With the SANFL attempting to align itself with a 23-round AFL schedule, the high number of byes is necessary.

Kelly said the SANFL had been extremely satisfied with the 2019 season, noting attendances had increased five per cent and television audiences were up 16 per cent. He said the league was really pleased with the standard of football.

“There has been a lot of interest maintained in the competition and we should have a really strong finals campaign,” he said.

“It is an annual process, going through what has worked and what hasn’t. We are very pleased with the way things are going and the strength of the competition. We will get into that phase in the coming weeks, looking at next season.”


Great to cut out the byes. Maybe the first tiny concession from the SANFL in not aligning itself with the afl.

Quite the opposite from what I heard Friday night.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Groucho » Sun Aug 25, 2019 1:00 pm

:evil: Just when we thought the AFL couldn't make this league any worse, they do.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Pseudo » Sun Aug 25, 2019 1:10 pm

Jim05 wrote:Quite the opposite from what I heard Friday night.
The AFL reserves idea has been scrapped and the AFL will invest money into the WAFL and SANFL in return for draws that ensure the AFL reserves fixtures line up with their AFL teams and that AFL players get a game every week. This will mean the SANFL season would have to be expanded to 22 rounds

The next obvious progression - with more "investment" in the leagues (read: further paying off the administrators) - would be SANFL curtain raisers to AFL games each week.

It is amazing just how far things can fall.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby Groucho » Sun Aug 25, 2019 2:50 pm

Don't give them ideas. We don't want curtain raisers to AFL games.
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Re: 2019 SANFL Fixture

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Sun Aug 25, 2019 3:11 pm

Been there done that
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