HFL Division 2 (Country)

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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Keefy » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:57 am

Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:
Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Looking at fielding 3 teams next season. Can't vouch for all clubs but some at this stage are looking at fielding only one side and possibly none at all.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Cougar » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:13 am

Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:Curious and not trying to suggest or stir any thing, would assume Beefy will coach Brookers again next year. Wondering how much does he play now days in terms of games and game time on the park?

Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Beefy's game time has shortened for a 45 year old. Played a fair bit of A grade during the year, but only figured in some B grade finals during the Major Round. First GF he coached as a non player on Saturday.

Not sure how Kersbrook's colts will fare either, as apparently have 15 of their Under 18s Premiership joining the senior ranks in 2019.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Dutchy » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:16 am

Keefy wrote:
Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:
Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Looking at fielding 3 teams next season. Can't vouch for all clubs but some at this stage are looking at fielding only one side and possibly none at all.


Is is u16's or u16.5's up there?
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Keefy » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:17 am

Dutchy wrote:
Keefy wrote:
Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:
Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Looking at fielding 3 teams next season. Can't vouch for all clubs but some at this stage are looking at fielding only one side and possibly none at all.


Is is u16's or u16.5's up there?


14, 16s and 18s in the hills
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Look Good In Leather » Wed Sep 19, 2018 5:28 pm

Will Ironbank claim their spot back in Division 1?
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby redsox » Wed Sep 19, 2018 7:18 pm

Nairne going to Div 1 after finishing 4th.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Ye Olde Place Kick » Wed Sep 19, 2018 7:44 pm

Cougar wrote:
Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:Curious and not trying to suggest or stir any thing, would assume Beefy will coach Brookers again next year. Wondering how much does he play now days in terms of games and game time on the park?

Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Beefy's game time has shortened for a 45 year old. Played a fair bit of A grade during the year, but only figured in some B grade finals during the Major Round. First GF he coached as a non player on Saturday.

Not sure how Kersbrook's colts will fare either, as apparently have 15 of their Under 18s Premiership joining the senior ranks in 2019.


Well if you keep them all, that's a lot of depth in the senior ranks. Would a C grade be on the cards?
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Ye Olde Place Kick » Wed Sep 19, 2018 7:57 pm

Keefy wrote:
Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:
Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Looking at fielding 3 teams next season. Can't vouch for all clubs but some at this stage are looking at fielding only one side and possibly none at all.


Well done that's a fair turn around for the club.

Playing devils advocate would assume TV no colts, Gums and Meadows on the low side as well.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Keefy » Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:05 pm

Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:
Keefy wrote:
Ye Olde Place Kick wrote:
Also how are Bankers looking in regards to colts teams next year?


Looking at fielding 3 teams next season. Can't vouch for all clubs but some at this stage are looking at fielding only one side and possibly none at all.


Well done that's a fair turn around for the club.

Playing devils advocate would assume TV no colts, Gums and Meadows on the low side as well.
We had 2 sides this season plus Under 12s and 10s

Meadows will probably go with Kangarilla again.

Can't see TV having any and Gums not sure what they will put on the park next season

Don't think too many clubs will field all 3 colts teams at this stage

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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Banker » Sun Sep 23, 2018 2:02 pm

redsox wrote:Nairne going to Div 1 after finishing 4th.


How can they? Their A grade must play in the GF according to the HFL rules:

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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby cracka » Sun Sep 23, 2018 4:08 pm

Banker wrote:
redsox wrote:Nairne going to Div 1 after finishing 4th.


How can they? Their A grade must play in the GF according to the HFL rules:

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Interesting one that. Those by laws were written when the HFL had 2 x 10 team divisions
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Cougar » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:34 pm

redsox wrote:Nairne going to Div 1 after finishing 4th.


Officially now they up to Div 1 making a 9 team Div 2
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby One Club Player » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:56 pm

Cougar wrote:
redsox wrote:Nairne going to Div 1 after finishing 4th.


Officially now they up to Div 1 making a 9 team Div 2


Having made the jump up myself twice in the past I think they are going to be in for a very long year in seniors unless they've got a big bank balance. But its potentially the right move long term for them to be the "2nd Mt Barker team" with population in that area. Hope it works out for them.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby SuperFrank » Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:10 pm

Jayke Hellmanns to Gumeracha I hear...... Risky but if the kid is in the right headspace, he can play!!
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Lightning McQueen » Fri Nov 02, 2018 1:48 pm

SuperFrank wrote:Jayke Hellmanns to Gumeracha I hear...... Risky but if the kid is in the right headspace, he can play!!

And a few more from Eastern Park.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Pag » Fri Nov 02, 2018 3:03 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
SuperFrank wrote:Jayke Hellmanns to Gumeracha I hear...... Risky but if the kid is in the right headspace, he can play!!

And a few more from Eastern Park.

Diedrichsen and McMullen will love the conditions up in the Hills. Good gets for Gums.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Keefy » Mon Nov 05, 2018 2:36 pm

Quinton Graham heading back to Gums
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Officejet » Mon Nov 05, 2018 2:54 pm

My guess is Willy Searle will head to Gumeracha also, gets on well with the coach.
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby Toto » Tue Nov 06, 2018 7:34 am

Can’t pick up everyone. Don’t have endless points
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Re: HFL Division 2 (Country)

Postby doubletrouble » Tue Nov 06, 2018 5:52 pm

Keefy wrote:Quinton Graham heading back to Gums


No other club is silly enough to have him.
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