SANFL 2022 Season

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SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Wedgie » Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:14 pm

Fri the SANFL:

SANFL will adopt the AFL’s ”Stand Rule” for players standing the mark in its competitions, with this rule change among several adjustments ratified by the South Australian Football Commission for the 2022 season.

After spending the past 12 months monitoring the introduction of the Stand Rule at elite level, SANFL will now align with the AFL and fellow State Leagues by asking players to remain idle while standing the mark once a free kick has been paid.

SANFL General Manager Football Matt Duldig said it made sense for the League moving forward to fall in line with the AFL for this rule.

”Since its introduction, the Stand Rule has resulted in a more free-flowing style of play whilst enabling players more opportunities to kick through the centre corridor, to break lines and speed up the game,” Mr Duldig said.

”Importantly, pausing on its introduction for 12 months has allowed SANFL umpires and players to gain a better understanding of its implementation. In fact, we were already organically seeing it creep into the game in 2021 without it being formally introduced.

”Announcing its introduction now will also provide SANFL umpires opportunity to work with our players during summer training and the trial match period before the premiership season begins next year.”

The Stand Rule will be rolled out across all SANFL State League competitions, including SANFLW and under-age competitions, providing those rising through the ranks with the chance to adjust before reaching senior level.

”This will also provide our talented juniors the opportunity to play with the Stand Rule on a weekly basis which we felt was important considering it’s now in place across all national talent competitions, including the NAB AFL Championships,” Duldig said.

In 2022, SANFL will also be in unison with other State Leagues in allowing its AFL clubs the discretion to play activated Medical Substitutes in the SANFL.

Previously, players who were activated Medical Substitutes in the AFL were not permitted to play in the SANFL on the same weekend. This will now be permitted, however, AFL clubs must communicate their player’s availability to the opposition club within 60 minutes after the conclusion of the AFL match.

Adjustments also will be made to the SANFLW competition, with the length of quarters now being increased from 17 minutes to 20 minutes.

SANFLW’s anti-density law will also be amended so that four players must be in one half of the field for all stoppages and kick-ins (previously five), including one player remaining inside the 50m arc (previously two). This change is due to the reduction in on-field playing numbers from 18 to 16.

Further to SANFL’s 2022 rule changes, the SA Football Commission has approved adjustments to SANFL’s annual AFL Licence and Regulation review with the Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Clubs, including:

Any delisted AFL player who has not played AFL or State League, or been on an AFL list for the past 12 months (previously 24 months), can be supplementary listed to play SANFL for AFC or PAFC.
A player who has served a minimum of 10 years on either Adelaide’s or Port Adelaide’s AFL list can be included on the supplementary (SANFL) List of the AFL club where they served the 10-year period.
Increasing the age range of interstate players AFL Clubs can include on their supplementary (SANFL) lists from 19 to 21 years to 19 to 23 years of age.
Adelaide and Port Adelaide would have access to Father-Son prospects in their 18th year, for a full season to play in their SANFL team – if they haven’t already played League with their SANFL club. In this instance, the AFL club would pay the player’s SANFL club a $5000 transfer fee.
Removal of a transfer fee for Next Generation Academy and Father-Son players in their 18th and 19th year, who are yet to play League Football at their SANFL club, allowing them an opportunity to play and train with their AFL-aligned SANFL club over a four-week period.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Jim05 » Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:22 pm

So we get bent over again by the two cancers
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby southee » Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:46 pm

Jim05 wrote:So we get bent over again by the two cancers


Yep ! ….and SANFL clubs just do as they are told too.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby DOC » Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:48 pm

The stand rule change was done by the league. I have no problem with it.

The other changes are from the Football Commission.

The next time I see Rob Kerrin or Gags, I will ask them about it so long as they are not pissed. Perhaps a breakfast.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby beef » Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:55 pm

The stand rule is shit. Afl will get rid of it in a couple years.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Blacky » Wed Oct 27, 2021 5:08 pm

Other than Westies losing all the time this is another reason I have lost interest in the game
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby mal » Wed Oct 27, 2021 7:16 pm

Blacky wrote:Other than Westies losing all the time this is another reason I have lost interest in the game


Norwood barrackers are waiting longer than West barrackers for their next Premiership
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby DOC » Wed Oct 27, 2021 7:38 pm

I think, pretty sure, I have you two covered.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Blacky » Wed Oct 27, 2021 10:13 pm

mal wrote:
Blacky wrote:Other than Westies losing all the time this is another reason I have lost interest in the game


Norwood barrackers are waiting longer than West barrackers for their next Premiership

true but you win more than 2 games a year :oops:
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby southernbulldog » Thu Oct 28, 2021 7:34 am

Has there ever been an organisation like the SANFL that constantly bend over and take it .I thought their role was to look after the Proper SANFL clubs not to protect the AFL tossers.The competition doesnt need either side that was shown is 2020.SANFL GUTLESS MUPPETS
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Brodlach » Thu Oct 28, 2021 9:28 am

Matt Duldig made some reasonable points on radio this morning about why it has come in.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby whybother » Thu Oct 28, 2021 7:06 pm

So does the "new" rule mean that we now have a 25m penalty for a full on frontal bump and a 50m penalty for a wiggle on the mark ??
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Reddeer » Fri Oct 29, 2021 11:39 am

southernbulldog wrote:Has there ever been an organisation like the SANFL that constantly bend over and take it .I thought their role was to look after the Proper SANFL clubs not to protect the AFL tossers.The competition doesnt need either side that was shown is 2020.SANFL GUTLESS MUPPETS

I must admit it IS getting harder to stay intersted in the SANFL as a competition even though my club has won back to back titles
Why do they cowtowel to every power and crows wants even though the comp is much better without them. Are they ALL on the Take
Makes you wonder
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby DOC » Fri Oct 29, 2021 1:48 pm

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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby RB » Fri Oct 29, 2021 2:06 pm

Reddeer wrote:Why do they cowtowel to every power and crows wants even though the comp is much better without them.


They definitely follow the herd, so to speak.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby gazzamagoo » Fri Oct 29, 2021 2:43 pm



How stupid that we have a national game called Australian Rules football, but it has different rules, depending on which league you play in,
dumb dumb dumb.
And embarrassing.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Wedgie » Sun Oct 31, 2021 1:46 pm

If you throw enough shit you're going to hit the side of a barn every now and then hence Cornes has written a great article about the changes and the AFL clubs in the SANFL in today's paper.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Cheap Seats » Mon Nov 01, 2021 7:52 am

Does anyone know what this means for Country footy and the Amateur's? Hard enough finding umpires without bringing in 10 new rules every year like the AFL seem to do, to keep their "Ole boys" employed.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Reddeer » Mon Nov 01, 2021 7:25 pm

Is there a way we could have the current commision REMOVED and install people that actually understand the local SANFL Comp and football. Those that are there CLEARLY DONT
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby DOC » Wed Dec 15, 2021 8:49 am

Six clubs want the entry price risen by $5. I won't name them.

South and Centrals spoke against the proposal.

At this stage it is proposed to increase by a dollar next season and two dollars the season after.


There will be an extra competition next year with the SANFL introducing a women's development league.

Next year will be the LAST payment of the land divestment fund (Footy park sale). $300K and it must be used to pay down debt.
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