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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Hazbeen » Thu Aug 15, 2019 9:15 am

The Pres 3 games, spectators found guilty by the tribunal and referred to the board for their penalty, 2 senior colts accepted prescribed 3 game bans
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Swamp Donkey » Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:18 pm

Hazbeen wrote:The Pres 3 games, spectators found guilty by the tribunal and referred to the board for their penalty, 2 senior colts accepted prescribed 3 game bans


Who filed the reports?

Interested to see how the board deal with this one. To which club is the APFL's president affiliated?
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Mythical Creature » Fri Aug 16, 2019 3:48 pm

Swamp Donkey wrote:
Hazbeen wrote:The Pres 3 games, spectators found guilty by the tribunal and referred to the board for their penalty, 2 senior colts accepted prescribed 3 game bans


Who filed the reports?

Interested to see how the board deal with this one. To which club is the APFL's president affiliated?


The umpires lodged the reports.
Board has no choice but to come down extremely hard given the open letter that was sent to each club a month ago.
Plus if the spectators read the sign that were made up by the league they would know to show more respect! :D
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby magpieeagle » Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:46 pm

ANNOUNCEMENT re SENIOR COACH
It has been decided by mutual agreement that United Football Club and Senior Coach Matt Krieg will part ways at season’s end.
Matt has been our Senior Coach for the past 4 seasons, and in that time has certainly made a difference to many things such as our professionalism as a Club, on the training track, player attitude and approach to personal performance, amongst many other qualities that Matt possesses and instils.
We sincerely thank Matt for his time and effort over this 4 year period and wish him all the best in his future endeavours!
The Club will now look forward in searching for a new Coach to take us into Season 2020 and beyond!
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby 23rd man » Sun Aug 18, 2019 11:21 am

magpieeagle wrote:ANNOUNCEMENT re SENIOR COACH
It has been decided by mutual agreement that United Football Club and Senior Coach Matt Krieg will part ways at season’s end.
Matt has been our Senior Coach for the past 4 seasons, and in that time has certainly made a difference to many things such as our professionalism as a Club, on the training track, player attitude and approach to personal performance, amongst many other qualities that Matt possesses and instils.
We sincerely thank Matt for his time and effort over this 4 year period and wish him all the best in his future endeavours!
The Club will now look forward in searching for a new Coach to take us into Season 2020 and beyond!


Interesting, any word on who they’ve got or got in mind for the job?
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Failed Creation » Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:27 pm

Hey guys, my club's season is over, so I thought I'd head out to the Two Wells - Balaklava game tomorrow.

How much does it cost to get in?
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Robran » Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:35 pm

Failed Creation wrote:Hey guys, my club's season is over, so I thought I'd head out to the Two Wells - Balaklava game tomorrow.

How much does it cost to get in?

$ 6 BUCKS
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Failed Creation » Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:49 pm

Robran wrote:
Failed Creation wrote:Hey guys, my club's season is over, so I thought I'd head out to the Two Wells - Balaklava game tomorrow.

How much does it cost to get in?

$ 6 BUCKS


Sold.

I assume Game Day is sold at minor round games too?
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby GIDDY UP! » Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:53 pm

Failed Creation wrote:
Robran wrote:
Failed Creation wrote:Hey guys, my club's season is over, so I thought I'd head out to the Two Wells - Balaklava game tomorrow.

How much does it cost to get in?

$ 6 BUCKS


Sold.

I assume Game Day is sold at minor round games too?

Correct $3 at the gate
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Lightning McQueen » Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:55 pm

Failed Creation wrote:
Robran wrote:
Failed Creation wrote:Hey guys, my club's season is over, so I thought I'd head out to the Two Wells - Balaklava game tomorrow.

How much does it cost to get in?

$ 6 BUCKS


Sold.

I assume Game Day is sold at minor round games too?

The standard has really stepped up too, you'll enjoy it.
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Failed Creation » Fri Aug 23, 2019 4:50 pm

Thanks, gents!

I'm looking forward to seeing the game.
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Failed Creation » Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:52 am

I thoroughly enjoyed my day at Two Wells yesterday.

@Lightning McQueen, you're right; Game Day is a top-notch read. It has to be about the best match-day prublication going around.

The match itself was entertaining, and somewhat closer than the score would suggest, in my opinion. I spent a fair bit of time talking to the scoreboard attendant, and he seems like a real genuine bloke.

I'm going to try to catch a finals game or two if I can.

I know this question may have been asked numerous times, but where do you guys see the APFL in comparison to neighbouring leagues?
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby mighty hounds » Sun Aug 25, 2019 9:10 am

Failed Creation wrote:I thoroughly enjoyed my day at Two Wells yesterday.

@Lightning McQueen, you're right; Game Day is a top-notch read. It has to be about the best match-day prublication going around.

The match itself was entertaining, and somewhat closer than the score would suggest, in my opinion. I spent a fair bit of time talking to the scoreboard attendant, and he seems like a real genuine bloke.

I'm going to try to catch a finals game or two if I can.

I know this question may have been asked numerous times, but where do you guys see the APFL in comparison to neighbouring leagues?


The match day recorded has been improved quite considerably. It used to just be a boring document with just the teams listed. I think OnSong was the one whose improved it considerably.

Did you catch the scoreboard attendants name? It used to be kids when i still played there.

The grand final is at Two Wells
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Failed Creation » Sun Aug 25, 2019 9:38 am

The scoreboard attendant was an older gentleman with a British accent, at least to my failing ears.

Kudos to @OnSong; other leagues would do well to look at how Game Day is done.
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby magpieeagle » Sun Aug 25, 2019 11:35 am

1st semi final at Hamley Bridge 31st August- Gates open 8am ( if I get out of bed)
Jnr colts- Balaklava v Tw
Snr Colts- Balaklava v Mallala
Reserves- Mallala v Balaklava
A grade- Mallala v Hummocks
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby OnSong » Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:46 pm

Failed Creation wrote:The scoreboard attendant was an older gentleman with a British accent, at least to my failing ears.

Kudos to @OnSong; other leagues would do well to look at how Game Day is done.

There’s a number of people who have helped build up the content. But thanks for your kind words. It isn’t always perfect but I know a lot of effort goes into producing it each week.
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Failed Creation » Sun Aug 25, 2019 3:53 pm

OnSong wrote:
Failed Creation wrote:The scoreboard attendant was an older gentleman with a British accent, at least to my failing ears.

Kudos to @OnSong; other leagues would do well to look at how Game Day is done.

There’s a number of people who have helped build up the content. But thanks for your kind words. It isn’t always perfect but I know a lot of effort goes into producing it each week.


It shows, mate. You've obviously got a good team with you.
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Lightning McQueen » Mon Aug 26, 2019 8:51 am

Angle Vale kicked a goal on the siren to steal the victory from Hamley Bridge.

AV lead by about 5 goals at half time and then Hamley smashed through 6 goals in less than 10 minutes after the break to hit the lead, they kept doing enough to maintain the lead right until the dying seconds.

As a neutral observer, for such a close game the game was played in great spirits, it was hard, fair and quite fast for the bottom two teams, there was no crap on the field, you couldn't fault the coaches or spectators at all, it was a really good atmosphere where both clubs should be proud of their conduct in such a tense battle.
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby OnSong » Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:37 pm

Anyone see the incidents between United and Mallala during the reserves on Saturday?

I heard a junior player was left unconscious from a late hit, one United player copped a red card, while two Mallala players were also red carded and will miss the remainder of the season?
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Re: Adelaide Plains Football League

Postby Mythical Creature » Mon Aug 26, 2019 3:02 pm

OnSong wrote:Anyone see the incidents between United and Mallala during the reserves on Saturday?

I heard a junior player was left unconscious from a late hit, one United player copped a red card, while two Mallala players were also red carded and will miss the remainder of the season?


I was there and seen it :lol:
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