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Re: AFL media

Postby Bum Crack » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:19 am

Will the port game be shown live in Adelaide on Saturday or will it be a delayed telecast?
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Re: AFL media

Postby Booney » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:20 am

Bum Crack wrote:Will the port game be shown live in Adelaide on Saturday or will it be a delayed telecast?


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Re: AFL media

Postby MW » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:28 am

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Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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missed it but will look it up as what he has done to transform his training and form is really interesting, I know he spends a lot of time with Mick Fanning, I genuinely believe he thinks he can play another 3-4 years, whether thats good for Port is another question but I am enjoying his story.


Absolutely he can and I expect he will. In the next 2 years we'll see some of older blokes retire leaving Boak as one of the few 30+ on the list, I reckon he plays at least 3 more and pushes towards 400 games.


The issue for Port is do you keep him going in the midfield at the expense of developing your kids or put him back to the forward flank graveyard where he has struggled in the past.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Bum Crack » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:32 am

Booney wrote:
Bum Crack wrote:Will the port game be shown live in Adelaide on Saturday or will it be a delayed telecast?


Live on 7 :

https://www.afl.com.au/broadcast-guide-premiership

Cheers. Will be in town at a piss up so won't be able to get to the game.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Dutchy » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:35 am

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I actually think we might see a bit more of this over the next 5-10 years. With all the technology, science and training methods those players who are willing to look after themselves to the absolute optimum will have the chance to play into the mid 30's.


I think we are already seeing it, Boomer showed it can be done with perfect preparation and a number are following now - Boak, Mundy, Goldy, Ryder etc

While physical preparation is the key, the mental side of doing that when your body is pushing against you would be so bloody tough, I take my hat off to them all.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Booney » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:43 am

MW wrote:
Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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missed it but will look it up as what he has done to transform his training and form is really interesting, I know he spends a lot of time with Mick Fanning, I genuinely believe he thinks he can play another 3-4 years, whether thats good for Port is another question but I am enjoying his story.


Absolutely he can and I expect he will. In the next 2 years we'll see some of older blokes retire leaving Boak as one of the few 30+ on the list, I reckon he plays at least 3 more and pushes towards 400 games.


The issue for Port is do you keep him going in the midfield at the expense of developing your kids or put him back to the forward flank graveyard where he has struggled in the past.


While he's playing at the level required you keep him in there, no brainer. Still averaging 27 touches, 5 tackles, 5 I50, 6 clearances a game in 2022 and had 29, 2 goals and 10 I50 against Melbourne on the weekend. Going ok I think.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Bum Crack » Fri Jul 22, 2022 10:05 am

Dutchy wrote:
whufc wrote:
I actually think we might see a bit more of this over the next 5-10 years. With all the technology, science and training methods those players who are willing to look after themselves to the absolute optimum will have the chance to play into the mid 30's.


I think we are already seeing it, Boomer showed it can be done with perfect preparation and a number are following now - Boak, Mundy, Goldy, Ryder etc

While physical preparation is the key, the mental side of doing that when your body is pushing against you would be so bloody tough, I take my hat off to them all.

That bloke Hawkins does ok too for his age
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Re: AFL media

Postby Rik E Boy » Fri Jul 22, 2022 7:51 pm

Wedgie wrote:Well the karma bus is going to smack us now, good one REB!


If I could effect the results of AFL games I would have retired years ago. :D

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Re: AFL media

Postby Rik E Boy » Fri Jul 22, 2022 7:54 pm

Booney wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Tune in mate, you'll see his tireless work with the Childhood Cancer Association inspired by losing his Dad to cancer. The opening monologue is spoken by kids who have fought cancer or the siblings of those who have had a fight. Tune in to see what's widely regarded as the most elite preparation across the whole competition, physically and mentally, to be the best player he can be.

The documentary however is about Boak's change in mindset in 2018, instead of a complete focus on football he changed his focus to being the best human he can be first and foremost, how that has helped him maintain his on field performances after turning 30 and how that inspires those around him. There's more to life than football.

Enjoy the win on Saturday though.


If the doco helps one kid with Cancer consider my tune changed. =D> As for the win, it's not a win until it's a win and when it is a win I'm sure I'll enjoy it...um...just got to win first. ;)

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Re: AFL media

Postby Armchair expert » Sat Jul 23, 2022 12:27 pm

So there's a front page article on Travis Boak on today. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a article on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Re: AFL media

Postby DoublebluTiger » Mon Aug 01, 2022 11:18 am

For those interested in the impending broadcast rights deal. Very real possibility of Crows and Port not being on free to air which is old news but supposedly the free to air stranglehold Non Victorians clubs puts a dent in the value price broadcasters are offering and with AFLW wage increases and other big spending, plus losses incurred by Covid, the AFL will be looking for every penny they can get.

Ch 7 want to show games on their streaming service 7plus should they win the rights again.

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