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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Sundy » Sat May 09, 2015 7:18 pm

Watched last night at Bennett. Westies looked good. Weeroona Bay were awful. Heard Norths beat Centrals today. Up in the Riverland at Loxton watching the nephew play. Good standard up here and a good day at the footy
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby OnSong » Sat May 09, 2015 10:11 pm

Sundy wrote:Watched last night at Bennett. Westies looked good. Weeroona Bay were awful. Heard Norths beat Centrals today. Up in the Riverland at Loxton watching the nephew play. Good standard up here and a good day at the footy

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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Mon May 11, 2015 1:02 pm

OnSong wrote:
Sundy wrote:Watched last night at Bennett. Westies looked good. Weeroona Bay were awful. Heard Norths beat Centrals today. Up in the Riverland at Loxton watching the nephew play. Good standard up here and a good day at the footy

Doing some serious kms!


Wouldn't mind Westbury back at Walkerville - 22 goals for Westies in his first 3 games
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Sundy » Sun May 17, 2015 1:35 am

Westies easily today at Bennett in top of table game. Norths no longer unbeatable. Westies now flag favs. That's 2 wins this year for Westies over Norths. 4 goals 1st game of year. 7 goals today. Heard the score over at Memorial. Weeroona got smashed by Roos. Will be good game at Bennett tomorrow. Hopefully my Centrals can get up over Souths, but reckon the Dees will win. Freddy Freeman's getting good young side together at Dees.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Sundy » Sun May 17, 2015 1:38 am

Suri wrote:
OnSong wrote:
Sundy wrote:Watched last night at Bennett. Westies looked good. Weeroona Bay were awful. Heard Norths beat Centrals today. Up in the Riverland at Loxton watching the nephew play. Good standard up here and a good day at the footy

Doing some serious kms!


Wouldn't mind Westbury back at Walkerville - 22 goals for Westies in his first 3 games


Westbury going well. I think the new guy at Westies called Marshall went there cause he knew Westbury
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Thu May 21, 2015 10:45 am

Sundy wrote:
Suri wrote:
OnSong wrote:
Sundy wrote:Watched last night at Bennett. Westies looked good. Weeroona Bay were awful. Heard Norths beat Centrals today. Up in the Riverland at Loxton watching the nephew play. Good standard up here and a good day at the footy

Doing some serious kms!


Wouldn't mind Westbury back at Walkerville - 22 goals for Westies in his first 3 games


Westbury going well. I think the new guy at Westies called Marshall went there cause he knew Westbury


Marshall went back to Whyalla at the start of the year and Westbury joined him (they both played at Walkerville) when he moved up there for work a few rounds into the season. Both really good guys. We pick up a few Whyalla lads when they move to the city for uni but then some get jobs back in Whyalla or the surrounding area and we only get to have them for a few years.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby OnSong » Thu May 21, 2015 10:55 am

Suri wrote:
Sundy wrote:
Suri wrote:
Wouldn't mind Westbury back at Walkerville - 22 goals for Westies in his first 3 games


Westbury going well. I think the new guy at Westies called Marshall went there cause he knew Westbury


Marshall went back to Whyalla at the start of the year and Westbury joined him (they both played at Walkerville) when he moved up there for work a few rounds into the season. Both really good guys. We pick up a few Whyalla lads when they move to the city for uni but then some get jobs back in Whyalla or the surrounding area and we only get to have them for a few years.

Kept Dale Travers though ya greedy kents.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Thu May 21, 2015 11:00 am

OnSong wrote:
Suri wrote:
Sundy wrote:
Suri wrote:
Wouldn't mind Westbury back at Walkerville - 22 goals for Westies in his first 3 games


Westbury going well. I think the new guy at Westies called Marshall went there cause he knew Westbury


Marshall went back to Whyalla at the start of the year and Westbury joined him (they both played at Walkerville) when he moved up there for work a few rounds into the season. Both really good guys. We pick up a few Whyalla lads when they move to the city for uni but then some get jobs back in Whyalla or the surrounding area and we only get to have them for a few years.

Kept Dale Travers though ya greedy kents.


Nah OnSong, he's back playing at South's now and driving trucks I think.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby OnSong » Thu May 21, 2015 11:05 am

Suri wrote:
OnSong wrote:
Suri wrote:
Sundy wrote:
Westbury going well. I think the new guy at Westies called Marshall went there cause he knew Westbury


Marshall went back to Whyalla at the start of the year and Westbury joined him (they both played at Walkerville) when he moved up there for work a few rounds into the season. Both really good guys. We pick up a few Whyalla lads when they move to the city for uni but then some get jobs back in Whyalla or the surrounding area and we only get to have them for a few years.

Kept Dale Travers though ya greedy kents.


Nah OnSong, he's back playing at South's now and driving trucks I think.

Past his prime now though. :lol:
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Thu May 21, 2015 11:11 am

OnSong wrote:Kept Dale Travers though ya greedy kents.


Nah OnSong, he's back playing at South's now and driving trucks I think.[/quote]
Past his prime now though. :lol:[/quote]

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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Sundy » Wed May 27, 2015 2:54 pm

Didn't sea last weekend. Away. Results as expected, Souths easy over Tigers. Westies beat us by 7 goals. Thought it might a been more. Roos got smashed by Norths. Book it now for Westies and Norths in GF. 2 team comp,
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Milly » Mon Sep 21, 2015 11:37 am

Can anyone clarify this Grand Final story. Roopena and North in the B grade big dance, scores finished level at full time. Then during the final period of extra time with North up by a point, a Roopena player had the footy inside his forward 50, and just before he kicked the ball, the siren sounded. The resulting kick dribbled through between the big sticks but the clock had beaten him by under a second.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Tue Sep 29, 2015 12:21 pm

Milly wrote:Can anyone clarify this Grand Final story. Roopena and North in the B grade big dance, scores finished level at full time. Then during the final period of extra time with North up by a point, a Roopena player had the footy inside his forward 50, and just before he kicked the ball, the siren sounded. The resulting kick dribbled through between the big sticks but the clock had beaten him by under a second.


If that was the case, the local rag didn't think it was worth putting in the write up http://www.whyallanewsonline.com.au/sto ... e/?cs=1676
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Milly » Mon Nov 16, 2015 4:34 pm

Who coaching North next year?
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Mon May 30, 2016 5:08 pm

Seems Westies is the team to beat this year.
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby GOT » Wed Jun 01, 2016 10:15 am

any names for the Interleague squad been announced? Would think Westies will fill majority of the places
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Fricky » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:35 pm

Westies go back to back undefeated season, although they had a scare in the GF yesterday when they were 4 goals down at 3/4 time. Pretty amazing effort to go through 2 seasons without a loss
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Re: Whyalla Football League

Postby Former Glory » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:02 pm

Suri wrote:Westies go back to back undefeated season, although they had a scare in the GF yesterday when they were 4 goals down at 3/4 time. Pretty amazing effort to go through 2 seasons without a loss


Great effort over past 2 years. Westies kicked the first 3 of the game and it seemed like it was going to be a walk in the park, Centrals then kicked the next 8 or 9 in a row and were all over them, felt like they should have gotten out to an even bigger lead than what they did. Westies flicked the switch in the last quarter when they had a nice breeze at their back. Winders clearly BOG.
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