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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby One Eyed » Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:58 am

One would think Phil Smith will not ply this year
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Larry » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:31 am

Why wouldnt phil smith play did he get major injury? How did he go last season wasnt he a former champ of wfl ?
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:01 pm

Big Cox wrote:What's all the talk in Whyalla?
Sounds like a few Whyalla players are going to the Northern Areas this season. Any players coming over to the SGL (or going the other way)? Is Appleton still looking to play at West Augusta?


Have heard from a few guys who have played in Whyalla and other leagues (SGL, NAFA, YP) that the other leagues are much better quality leagues to play in. That and being offered extra $$$ is always an incentive to move on. Some Whyalla teams may struggle to get B grade sides on the park with the mass exodus of players to other comps.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby OnSong » Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:01 pm

Larry wrote:Why wouldnt phil smith play did he get major injury? How did he go last season wasnt he a former champ of wfl ?

Got glassed/bottled the other night at the Westlands Hotel. Flown to Adelaide I understand.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Larry » Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:25 pm

Geez that is a disgrace. I along with all footy lovers im sure hope he recovers and gets well. Hope they caught the culprit/s.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby sound4 » Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:14 pm

Used to when I played in the WFL.
Mainly played forward flank/wing but was a pretty agile lad, good skills. Think he'd be 26 or so now.[/quote]

One of the most agile chubby blokes I've seen.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:27 pm

Although I was adamant it wouldn't happen, I'm hearing that Callary is on his way back to Pt. Augusta for this season. Anyone else hearing the same thing?
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby TIGER_LAND » Fri Jan 18, 2013 4:46 pm

Suri wrote:Although I was adamant it wouldn't happen, I'm hearing that Callary is on his way back to Pt. Augusta for this season. Anyone else hearing the same thing?


Yes, heard he has signed back with Central Augusta, will be a very handy pick up for them
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Cella Dwella » Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:11 pm

TIGER_LAND wrote:
Suri wrote:Although I was adamant it wouldn't happen, I'm hearing that Callary is on his way back to Pt. Augusta for this season. Anyone else hearing the same thing?


Yes, heard he has signed back with Central Augusta, will be a very handy pick up for them


A handy pickup for you Tigerland but Bob used to say he was slow and lazy dropping off to get the easy ball coming out and not chase his man. Saying all that though If Central got a mob of recruits again they should be good enough to get way with it. (Except against us hopefully). ;)
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Poultry in Motion » Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:20 pm

Cella Dwella wrote:
TIGER_LAND wrote:
Suri wrote:Although I was adamant it wouldn't happen, I'm hearing that Callary is on his way back to Pt. Augusta for this season. Anyone else hearing the same thing?


Yes, heard he has signed back with Central Augusta, will be a very handy pick up for them


A handy pickup for you Tigerland but Bob used to say he was slow and lazy dropping off to get the easy ball coming out and not chase his man. Saying all that though If Central got a mob of recruits again they should be good enough to get way with it. (Except against us hopefully). ;)


Thats a bit harsh. Yes, he may seem a bit of a plodder to some but I couldnt agree with the lazy call. I think he is smart enough to get free at the right times and a good decision maker in my opinion. In a strong team why not exploit the opposition? He seems like a genuine lad who probably realised his drinking efficiency was being inhibited by the travel time to Whyalla and he is probably getting this more heavily subsidised at the Bloods!
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Blood N Tars » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:32 pm

Cella Dwella wrote:
TIGER_LAND wrote:
Suri wrote:Although I was adamant it wouldn't happen, I'm hearing that Callary is on his way back to Pt. Augusta for this season. Anyone else hearing the same thing?


Yes, heard he has signed back with Central Augusta, will be a very handy pick up for them


A handy pickup for you Tigerland but Bob used to say he was slow and lazy dropping off to get the easy ball coming out and not chase his man. Saying all that though If Central got a mob of recruits again they should be good enough to get way with it. (Except against us hopefully). ;)


Wonder what Bobby would have said about your "star" centre half forward Matty Stringer if he coached against Sollies a total of 20 games for a misley return of 6 goals and only twice in the best players (2nd & 5th) great recruit.. Oh he has got a good rats tail which was cool in the 90's
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Cella Dwella » Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:34 pm

Blood N Tars wrote:
Cella Dwella wrote:
TIGER_LAND wrote:
Suri wrote:Although I was adamant it wouldn't happen, I'm hearing that Callary is on his way back to Pt. Augusta for this season. Anyone else hearing the same thing?


Yes, heard he has signed back with Central Augusta, will be a very handy pick up for them


A handy pickup for you Tigerland but Bob used to say he was slow and lazy dropping off to get the easy ball coming out and not chase his man. Saying all that though If Central got a mob of recruits again they should be good enough to get way with it. (Except against us hopefully). ;)


Wonder what Bobby would have said about your "star" centre half forward Matty Stringer if he coached against Sollies a total of 20 games for a misley return of 6 goals and only twice in the best players (2nd & 5th) great recruit.. Oh he has got a good rats tail which was cool in the 90's


Should we talk about this on the SGL page (or the hair commentry page?)
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Perfect Drug » Sun Jan 27, 2013 6:37 pm

Anyone snapped up my Whyalla bound bud, the classy Chad Bourke yet? Should still be handy for a few bags of goals i'd think. Might have to go for a few weekend trips to catch a game or two I think.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby One Eyed » Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:02 pm

Will the Buss boys follow PD ? Big loss for glenunga
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Perfect Drug » Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:57 am

One Eyed wrote:Will the Buss boys follow PD ? Big loss for glenunga


Nah the Buss boys are staying OE. Tis a big loss indeed, especially to me on a Saturday night!
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Cella Dwella » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:24 pm

Anyone know what Tee is doing with footy this year? What about Parko and Edey?
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Perfect Drug » Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:36 am

Cella Dwella wrote:Well it is a complicated place.


Strange, because it sounds like such a simple place. Back in your cave troll.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby lovetotalkfooty » Sat Feb 02, 2013 3:43 am

Who has tommy hamilton and shawn mansell signed with in whyalla?
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:44 pm

Daniel Stringer back to Whyalla this year, to Centrals I think.

Great pick up, brilliant ruckmen.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Sky Pilot » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:03 am

can anyone throw any light on South Whyalla trio Mark Phillips, Gavin Jonker and Jeremy Edwards?
Can they play?
What positions?
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