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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Sat Jul 16, 2022 5:26 pm

centrals have tied it all up
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby locky801 » Sat Jul 16, 2022 5:26 pm

Dogs are starting to bark in the last :D
my team stagnant and on the road to nowhere
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Sat Jul 16, 2022 5:28 pm

sturt hit back, now they lead by a goal

draw?
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby Jim05 » Sat Jul 16, 2022 5:38 pm

Bad kicking is bad football. Dogs missed some very easy shots
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby UK Fan » Sat Jul 16, 2022 5:39 pm

Dogs 6.16(52)
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Competent foot skills cost dogs big time.

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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby southernbulldog » Sat Jul 16, 2022 7:20 pm

Cant expect to kick 6-16 and win missed some gettable shots that we shouldve kicked .

On the right track though .
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby bulldogproud » Sun Jul 17, 2022 12:39 am

southernbulldog wrote:Cant expect to kick 6-16 and win missed some gettable shots that we shouldve kicked .

On the right track though .


Agreed. If we can keep the nucleus of this side together for next season and add a tall marking forward to the team, we should be able to well and truly compete for the five next season. I see our progression somewhat like that of Sturt last season.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby mal » Sun Jul 17, 2022 12:49 am

southernbulldog wrote:Cant expect to kick 6-16 and win missed some gettable shots that we shouldve kicked .

On the right track though .


Correct
As well as ST cant expect to kick 8-8 and win too many games
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby northerner » Sun Jul 17, 2022 8:08 am

Endeavour again outweighs the skill.level. Excellent in stoppages, particularly in centre clearances.
Again a wide spread of guys putting on a decent shift. Loving what Billy Iles is offering and Buechner played a solid game down back. Ultra impressive Llewellyn held Davis goalless to add to his resume for the season. Ethan East is another who is becoming more consistent as a forward threat at league level.
I love all our sanfl media guys, but to mistake nick lange for trav Schiller (Sunday mail article) for a goal, esp a set shot, is not great from one of our better scribes.

Battersby held reasonably quiet but Guy Page put together a solid game and Emmett was very noticeable in the first half.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby bulldogproud » Sun Jul 17, 2022 2:02 pm

Btw, a very interesting (somewhat confusing, and possibly controversial) conclusion to the Under 16s match yesterday. Trailing by 2 points a Sturt player took a mark about 35 metres out from goal. After a long time preparing for his kick, during which time the final siren went, he kicked what looked to be a match-winning goal. The goal umpire raised her two fingers up to signal the goal and the Sturt players started celebrating. However, the goal was disallowed and Central won by the two points. I did notice the field umpire signalling 'no goal' even before the goal umpire raised her fingers, but I am not exactly sure why the goal was overruled. Did the Sturt player take too long preparing for his kick (resulting in a call of 'play on', meaning the game would end at that point as the siren had gone), does the final siren prevent any further motion being allowed (as there is no 'time-on' in these matches, a flat 23 minutes per quarter) or was there an infringement on the line (which i didn't notice)?
Pleased with the win after what was a great match, but still somewhat confused.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby beef » Sun Jul 17, 2022 2:54 pm

bulldogproud wrote:Btw, a very interesting (somewhat confusing, and possibly controversial) conclusion to the Under 16s match yesterday. Trailing by 2 points a Sturt player took a mark about 35 metres out from goal. After a long time preparing for his kick, during which time the final siren went, he kicked what looked to be a match-winning goal. The goal umpire raised her two fingers up to signal the goal and the Sturt players started celebrating. However, the goal was disallowed and Central won by the two points. I did notice the field umpire signalling 'no goal' even before the goal umpire raised her fingers, but I am not exactly sure why the goal was overruled. Did the Sturt player take too long preparing for his kick (resulting in a call of 'play on', meaning the game would end at that point as the siren had gone), does the final siren prevent any further motion being allowed (as there is no 'time-on' in these matches, a flat 23 minutes per quarter) or was there an infringement on the line (which i didn't notice)?
Pleased with the win after what was a great match, but still somewhat confused.
Cheers

Think the previous game between the 2 sides centrals won with a kick after the siren.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby Kahuna » Sun Jul 17, 2022 3:28 pm

bulldogproud wrote:Btw, a very interesting (somewhat confusing, and possibly controversial) conclusion to the Under 16s match yesterday. Trailing by 2 points a Sturt player took a mark about 35 metres out from goal. After a long time preparing for his kick, during which time the final siren went, he kicked what looked to be a match-winning goal. The goal umpire raised her two fingers up to signal the goal and the Sturt players started celebrating. However, the goal was disallowed and Central won by the two points. I did notice the field umpire signalling 'no goal' even before the goal umpire raised her fingers, but I am not exactly sure why the goal was overruled. Did the Sturt player take too long preparing for his kick (resulting in a call of 'play on', meaning the game would end at that point as the siren had gone), does the final siren prevent any further motion being allowed (as there is no 'time-on' in these matches, a flat 23 minutes per quarter) or was there an infringement on the line (which i didn't notice)?
Pleased with the win after what was a great match, but still somewhat confused.
Cheers


Haven't seen it but did the Sturt lad run off his line and play on called?

Edit: I just watched it and Iooked ok to me.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby TDJ44 » Sun Jul 17, 2022 3:31 pm

bulldogproud wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Cant expect to kick 6-16 and win missed some gettable shots that we shouldve kicked .

On the right track though .


Agreed. If we can keep the nucleus of this side together for next season and add a tall marking forward to the team, we should be able to well and truly compete for the five next season. I see our progression somewhat like that of Sturt last season.

Looking a bit better,it's a bit concerning that the reserves and 18s are bottom.
Definitely need another marking forward and atleast 2 quality mids.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby Ronnie » Mon Jul 18, 2022 12:44 pm

Sturt somehow managed to hang on, when really, it looked like a matter of time before Central's took the lead.
Sturt looking thin in the midfield, desperately need a few to come back.
The day started with a bang, with an all in brawl at 3QT of the Reserves match. An after the goal siren to James Richards (st) saw his teammates swarm him to congratulate him. On the way through a Centrals player (Harry Grant?) appeared to be hit and went to ground. A brawl ensued. An older, foolish spectator was getting close to the umpires and non stop remonstrating with them. Both sides managed to play the last quarter without incident which was good.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby southernbulldog » Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:22 pm

Michael De Jonge was the player that went down after the brave Sturt player hit him off the ball and after the goal was scored
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby Officejet » Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:53 pm

Jared Dakin got two weeks after the Central's bloke took a dive…crap decision. Challenge that one. Hardly hit him.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby Spargo » Mon Jul 18, 2022 8:13 pm

Officejet wrote:Jared Dakin got two weeks after the Central's bloke took a dive…crap decision. Challenge that one. Hardly hit him.

Upper cut to the face which appeared to be a clenched fist, take the early plea & sit out 1.
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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Tue Jul 19, 2022 7:23 pm

Sturt’s Jared Dakin will challenge his two-match ban for striking Central’s Billy Iles at X Convenience Oval on Saturday.

Dakin will front the SANFL Tribunal at 6pm on Tuesday.

Jared Dakin (Sturt) – Striking

Conduct: Intentional

Contact: High

Impact: Low

Base Sanction: 2 Matches

Early Guilty Plea: 1 Match

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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Tue Jul 19, 2022 7:26 pm

Sturt’s Tom Emmett has accepted a $125 fine and reprimand with an early guilty plea for striking Central’s Ryan Llewellyn at X Convenience Oval on Saturday.

Tom Emmett (Sturt) – Striking

Conduct: Intentional

Contact: Body

Impact: Low

Base Sanction: 1 Match

Early Guilty Plea: $125 fine and reprimand (Accepted)

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Re: R15 Central v Sturt

Postby gadj1976 » Tue Jul 19, 2022 8:53 pm

Spargo wrote:
Officejet wrote:Jared Dakin got two weeks after the Central's bloke took a dive…crap decision. Challenge that one. Hardly hit him.

Upper cut to the face which appeared to be a clenched fist, take the early plea & sit out 1.


Did he come off for the blood rule?

Didn't look like much in it to me.
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