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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby DOC » Thu Mar 09, 2023 2:51 pm

stampy wrote:not this shtie again about us being a shoe in, ffs think of something different please!!


No such thing as a shoe in when you have a first year playing coach.
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Spargo » Thu Mar 09, 2023 3:13 pm

DOC wrote:
stampy wrote:not this shtie again about us being a shoe in, ffs think of something different please!!


No such thing as a shoe in when you have a first year playing coach.

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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby DOC » Thu Mar 09, 2023 3:22 pm

typo thanks
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby bulldogproud » Thu Mar 09, 2023 3:31 pm

Spargo wrote:
DOC wrote:
stampy wrote:not this shtie again about us being a shoe in, ffs think of something different please!!


No such thing as a shoe in when you have a first year playing coach.

Playing coach?


Mind you, Reeva is still fit enough to don the sash.
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Wedgie » Fri Mar 10, 2023 11:35 am

Warren Tredrea joining the North Adelaide Power Roosters as a specialist coach.
Come on over Booney, you know you want to.
We're more Port Adelaide than Port Adelaide is! :lol:
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby whufc » Fri Mar 10, 2023 11:47 am

Wedgie wrote:Warren Tredrea joining the North Adelaide Power Roosters as a specialist coach.
Come on over Booney, you know you want to.
We're more Port Adelaide than Port Adelaide is! :lol:


Interesting timing.....he positioning himself to be the Powers next coach this year :lol: :lol:
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Wedgie » Fri Mar 10, 2023 11:48 am

whufc wrote:
Wedgie wrote:Warren Tredrea joining the North Adelaide Power Roosters as a specialist coach.
Come on over Booney, you know you want to.
We're more Port Adelaide than Port Adelaide is! :lol:


Interesting timing.....he positioning himself to be the Powers next coach this year :lol: :lol:

Nah Josh Carr already has the job
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Gozu » Sat Mar 11, 2023 1:40 pm

Wedgie wrote:Warren Tredrea joining the North Adelaide Power Roosters as a specialist coach.


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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby DOC » Wed Mar 15, 2023 2:12 pm

Please note. The reference to profit which is an error is made by the journalist (Andrew Capel). The reference to surplus which is correct is made by the SANFL.

THE SANFL has rebounded from two Covid-riddled years to post a profit for
2022.
After fighting for its survival when the pandemic hit in 2020 and battling
through restrictions in 2021, the league, which lost $1.58m in that period,
has announced positive cash earnings of $1.02m for last year.
The result, announced at the SANFL annual general meeting on Tuesday
night and which comes after the league had budgeted for another loss, is
largely the result of one-off savings after the Adelaide Oval Stadium
Management Authority reduced the service fee charged to the SANFL to cover
stadium costs.
Cost management and an increase in Adelaide Oval crowds also helped the
league rebound from the pandemic.
Following employee stand-downs in the 2020 financial year, SANFL’s
workforce returned to near pre-Covid levels with competitions running as
normal in 2022.
Financial distributions to state league clubs rose by six per cent compared to
2021, with a focus on increasing resources for female football.
SA Football Commission chairman Rob Kerin said despite the positive
financial result, the league would need to remain “financially prudent when
managing its operations in an improving but still difficult economic
environment”.
“SANFL is budgeting for a cash surplus for 2023, but that will be heavily
dependent on more people walking through the gates of Adelaide Oval this
AFL season and for major events,’’ he said. “Significant increases in
operating costs at Adelaide Oval, due to global economic conditions, will also
weigh heavily on our ambitions for a surplus in 2023.
“Despite the headwinds in the broader economy, SANFL is well positioned to
continue investing strategically, implement new initiatives and grow the
game of football in South Australia.
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Pseudo » Wed Mar 15, 2023 10:34 pm

I asked ChatGPT to "Give a likelihood of each SANFL team's chance of being the premier this year".

It replied:

As an AI language model, I do not have access to real-time information or future predictions, and I cannot accurately predict the outcome of a sporting event. However, I can provide some general information about the SANFL teams and their performance in recent years:

Norwood, Port Adelaide, and Sturt are traditionally strong teams and have won multiple premierships in the past decade.

Glenelg won the SANFL premiership in 2019 and made it to the grand final in 2020, so they are considered a strong contender.

Adelaide, as a reserve team for the Adelaide Crows AFL club, generally performs well but is not eligible for the SANFL premiership.

South Adelaide and Central District have had mixed performances in recent years, but they have both won premierships in the past decade.

West Adelaide and North Adelaide have struggled in recent years and have not won a premiership since 2015 and 2018, respectively.

It is important to note that the outcome of a sporting event can be influenced by many factors, including injuries, player performance, and team dynamics, and it is difficult to predict with certainty which team will win the SANFL premiership this year.


Well at least the Clowns can't win it! :lol:
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby gazzamagoo » Thu Mar 16, 2023 8:13 am

Pseudo wrote:I asked ChatGPT to "Give a likelihood of each SANFL team's chance of being the premier this year".

It replied:

As an AI language model, I do not have access to real-time information or future predictions, and I cannot accurately predict the outcome of a sporting event. However, I can provide some general information about the SANFL teams and their performance in recent years:

Norwood, Port Adelaide, and Sturt are traditionally strong teams and have won multiple premierships in the past decade.

Glenelg won the SANFL premiership in 2019 and made it to the grand final in 2020, so they are considered a strong contender.

Adelaide, as a reserve team for the Adelaide Crows AFL club, generally performs well but is not eligible for the SANFL premiership.

South Adelaide and Central District have had mixed performances in recent years, but they have both won premierships in the past decade.

West Adelaide and North Adelaide have struggled in recent years and have not won a premiership since 2015 and 2018, respectively.

It is important to note that the outcome of a sporting event can be influenced by many factors, including injuries, player performance, and team dynamics, and it is difficult to predict with certainty which team will win the SANFL premiership this year.


Well at least the Clowns can't win it! :lol:


When did Port & South recently win premierships?
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby whybother » Thu Mar 16, 2023 9:42 am

And the Eagles won back to back premierships, but not even mentioned .....
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Wedgie » Thu Mar 16, 2023 9:47 am

:lol:
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby DOC » Thu Mar 16, 2023 9:58 am

gazzamagoo wrote:
Pseudo wrote:I asked ChatGPT to "Give a likelihood of each SANFL team's chance of being the premier this year".

It replied:

As an AI language model, I do not have access to real-time information or future predictions, and I cannot accurately predict the outcome of a sporting event. However, I can provide some general information about the SANFL teams and their performance in recent years:

Norwood, Port Adelaide, and Sturt are traditionally strong teams and have won multiple premierships in the past decade.

Glenelg won the SANFL premiership in 2019 and made it to the grand final in 2020, so they are considered a strong contender.

Adelaide, as a reserve team for the Adelaide Crows AFL club, generally performs well but is not eligible for the SANFL premiership.

South Adelaide and Central District have had mixed performances in recent years, but they have both won premierships in the past decade.

West Adelaide and North Adelaide have struggled in recent years and have not won a premiership since 2015 and 2018, respectively.

It is important to note that the outcome of a sporting event can be influenced by many factors, including injuries, player performance, and team dynamics, and it is difficult to predict with certainty which team will win the SANFL premiership this year.


Well at least the Clowns can't win it! :lol:


When did Port & South recently win premierships?


South 2021 under 16's and before you fire off:

He posed the question "Give a likelihood of each SANFL team's chance of being the premier this year".

not "Give a likelihood of each SANFL team's chance of being the mens league premier this year".
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Eagles2014 » Thu Mar 16, 2023 12:06 pm

Advertiser reporting the State game vs Western Australia will be played on a Friday at 3 pm (curtain raiser to AFL match) :shock:

Seriously, that is a joke. Who will be there to watch, be lucky to be 100 people.

Play it stand alone on Saturday at the Bay, even 2k there be good atmosphere. Or just get rid of the game altogether :evil:
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby bulldogproud » Thu Mar 16, 2023 12:16 pm

ChatGpt seems a bit more bullish about our chances this year than I am ;) :

As an AI language model, I cannot predict future events or outcomes with certainty. However, Central Districts Football Club has a history of success in the SANFL, having won the premiership six times in the past. Therefore, they certainly have the potential to win the 2023 SANFL Premiership with the right preparations, performance and team spirit in place. But ultimately, it would depend on various factors such as the form of their players, the strength of the opposition, injuries, and other unanticipated circumstances in the lead up to and during the season.

Not sure why it thinks we have only the 6 premierships though.
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby whybother » Thu Mar 16, 2023 4:40 pm

The app is probably housed at AFL headquarters. What would they know about SANFL
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby Brucetiki » Fri Mar 17, 2023 11:34 am

Eagles2014 wrote:Advertiser reporting the State game vs Western Australia will be played on a Friday at 3 pm (curtain raiser to AFL match) :shock:

Seriously, that is a joke. Who will be there to watch, be lucky to be 100 people.

Play it stand alone on Saturday at the Bay, even 2k there be good atmosphere. Or just get rid of the game altogether :evil:


Are they proactively trying to kill off any lingering interest in the game?
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby goddy11 » Fri Mar 17, 2023 1:51 pm

Brucetiki wrote:
Eagles2014 wrote:Advertiser reporting the State game vs Western Australia will be played on a Friday at 3 pm (curtain raiser to AFL match) :shock:

Seriously, that is a joke. Who will be there to watch, be lucky to be 100 people.

Play it stand alone on Saturday at the Bay, even 2k there be good atmosphere. Or just get rid of the game altogether :evil:


Are they proactively trying to kill off any lingering interest in the game?


Does the SANFL management have any input in running our game anymore or does it employees just collect their cheque on Friday.
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Re: SANFL 2023 season

Postby StrayDog » Sun Mar 19, 2023 1:45 am

bulldogproud wrote:...Not sure why (ChatGpt) thinks we have only the 6 premierships though.

Still fact checking the first three against WWT. :D



whybother wrote:The app is probably housed at SANFL headquarters. What would they know about SANFL?

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