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2020 SANFL Women's League

Postby Information HWY » Wed Jan 22, 2020 7:37 am

The highest level of women's football in SA kicks off around Adelaide in a few weeks (14 February) and there's been plenty of player movement across all SANFL Clubs this off season.

Can South Adelaide defend their dominant 2019 Premiership? Will Centrals and the Eagles build on results from their first year in the League?

2020 Player Movements
https://sanfl.com.au/league/news/2020-s ... and-going/

2020 League Fixture
https://s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com ... ixture.pdf
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Re: h2020 SANFL Women's League

Postby Al22 » Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:56 am

We sponsor a couple of the cdfc girls. It'll be interesting to see how the side develops this year. I'd expect most improvement to just come from within existing ranks as players understand better how to gel as a team. I don't mean to sidetrack the discussion, but does anyone know why cdfc and WWT had to wait an extra year longer than the other 6 teams before entering a side in the comp? It does seem to have made it harder for them to catch up.
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Re: 2020 SANFL Women's League

Postby Al22 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 7:06 pm

I just watched a very entertaining game of sanflw. Central beat Norwood, with a great first up game from Shelby Smith, daughter of one of CDFCs great players.
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Re: 2020 SANFL Women's League

Postby whufc » Sat Feb 15, 2020 8:52 pm

Al22 wrote:I just watched a very entertaining game of sanflw. Central beat Norwood, with a great first up game from Shelby Smith, daughter of one of CDFCs great players.


Can play!!

There was a few daughter/sisters/cousins of in the side from what i believe.

Shelby Smith
Alicia Butler
Kimberley Fry
Aisha Thomas
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Re: 2020 SANFL Women's League

Postby Pag » Mon Feb 17, 2020 11:43 am

whufc wrote:
Al22 wrote:I just watched a very entertaining game of sanflw. Central beat Norwood, with a great first up game from Shelby Smith, daughter of one of CDFCs great players.


Can play!!

There was a few daughter/sisters/cousins of in the side from what i believe.

Shelby Smith
Alicia Butler
Kimberley Fry
Aisha Thomas

Watched the second half of this game, seemed much better watching in person than some of what I've seen on TV the last couple of weekends. Centrals looked out on their feet in the last five-six mins but credit to them for holding on.

Smith was good, as was Hyunh across half-forward. Rosenzweig the difference though, can play.
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