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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby WellPlayed#9 » Tue May 10, 2016 8:50 am

So is Loxton North really bad or Barmera Monash really good? Did not see saturdays result coming at all!
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Milly » Tue May 10, 2016 12:04 pm

Ex Div 1 Star & one of the best players to ever play SAAFL in Glen Mount about to sign for Ramco this week! :shock:
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Half Back Flanker » Tue May 10, 2016 2:25 pm

Milly wrote:Ex Div 1 Star & one of the best players to ever play SAAFL in Glen Mount about to sign for Ramco this week! :shock:


Absolute champ and a massive pick up for Ramco if true. Will still tear it up in his mid 40's
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Basher McCracken » Thu May 12, 2016 8:28 am

WellPlayed#9 wrote:So is Loxton North really bad or Barmera Monash really good? Did not see saturdays result coming at all!


Lox Nth at the moment aren't playing as a team, gave away a heap of 50 metres penalty's thru a lack of discipline, but in saying that the young roo's are playing a good brand of footy, everyone played their part on Saturday
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby jack sparow » Thu May 12, 2016 12:11 pm

Basher McCracken wrote:
WellPlayed#9 wrote:So is Loxton North really bad or Barmera Monash really good? Did not see saturdays result coming at all!


Lox Nth at the moment aren't playing as a team, gave away a heap of 50 metres penalty's thru a lack of discipline, but in saying that the young roo's are playing a good brand of footy, everyone played their part on Saturday

When was the last time North were beaten by 20 goals?
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Dogwatcher » Thu May 12, 2016 12:21 pm

2010 was the beginning of the Wooldridge coaching era, might have happened that year. Definitely in '09 it happened regularly - I played in a couple.
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Dogwatcher » Thu May 12, 2016 5:35 pm

I've been reliably informed that during Woolly's tenure, the highest losing margin by North was 78 points. I think in the first year.
So, possibly, the last time it happened was against Loxton in '09 when Pete Smith bagged about 10 and the margin was somewhere closer to 30 goals.
Mac Grummet was the coach, at the time. That match was pretty much the end for the big fella.
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Bum Crack » Thu May 12, 2016 6:22 pm

Dogwatcher wrote:I've been reliably informed that during Woolly's tenure, the highest losing margin by North was 78 points. I think in the first year.
So, possibly, the last time it happened was against Loxton in '09 when Pete Smith bagged about 10 and the margin was somewhere closer to 30 goals.
Mac Grummet was the coach, at the time. That match was pretty much the end for the big fella.

Berri beat north by 30 goals in 09 i reckon
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby OnSong » Thu May 12, 2016 10:31 pm

Bum Crack wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:I've been reliably informed that during Woolly's tenure, the highest losing margin by North was 78 points. I think in the first year.
So, possibly, the last time it happened was against Loxton in '09 when Pete Smith bagged about 10 and the margin was somewhere closer to 30 goals.
Mac Grummet was the coach, at the time. That match was pretty much the end for the big fella.

Berri beat north by 30 goals in 09 i reckon

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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Dogwatcher » Fri May 13, 2016 9:45 am

Bum Crack wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:I've been reliably informed that during Woolly's tenure, the highest losing margin by North was 78 points. I think in the first year.
So, possibly, the last time it happened was against Loxton in '09 when Pete Smith bagged about 10 and the margin was somewhere closer to 30 goals.
Mac Grummet was the coach, at the time. That match was pretty much the end for the big fella.

Berri beat north by 30 goals in 09 i reckon


Yeah, I remember that lol
I didn't play. I pulled out that morning with the flu.
The Pete Smith game was after that.
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby OnSong » Fri May 13, 2016 10:28 am

Dogwatcher wrote:
Bum Crack wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:I've been reliably informed that during Woolly's tenure, the highest losing margin by North was 78 points. I think in the first year.
So, possibly, the last time it happened was against Loxton in '09 when Pete Smith bagged about 10 and the margin was somewhere closer to 30 goals.
Mac Grummet was the coach, at the time. That match was pretty much the end for the big fella.

Berri beat north by 30 goals in 09 i reckon


Yeah, I remember that lol
I didn't play. I pulled out that morning with the flu.
The Pete Smith game was after that.

Berri finished bottom that year too :lol:
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Dogwatcher » Fri May 13, 2016 10:33 am

Really? How did North not finish bottom?
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby OnSong » Fri May 13, 2016 2:24 pm

Dogwatcher wrote:Really? How did North not finish bottom?

Oh yeah, maybe you're right. Must have been the year before!
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby interestedobserver » Fri May 13, 2016 3:58 pm

Dogwatcher wrote:Really? How did North not finish bottom?


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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Dogwatcher » Fri May 13, 2016 4:07 pm

interestedobserver wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:Really? How did North not finish bottom?


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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby OnSong » Fri May 13, 2016 4:38 pm

interestedobserver wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:Really? How did North not finish bottom?


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Interesting observation
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby Bum Crack » Sat May 28, 2016 9:35 pm

What's the go with Willy getting the arse from Paringa? If it's true he got the flick from what i heard, that's piss weak from the swans. If what happened is true, i reckon any other bloke would have done the same thing as Willy. The other bloke is the one who should have got his arse kicked.
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby WellPlayed#9 » Sun May 29, 2016 9:01 am

Bum Crack wrote:What's the go with Willy getting the arse from Paringa? If it's true he got the flick from what i heard, that's piss weak from the swans. If what happened is true, i reckon any other bloke would have done the same thing as Willy. The other bloke is the one who should have got his arse kicked.


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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby David Brent » Thu Jun 02, 2016 1:06 am

Bum Crack wrote:What's the go with Willy getting the arse from Paringa? If it's true he got the flick from what i heard, that's piss weak from the swans. If what happened is true, i reckon any other bloke would have done the same thing as Willy. The other bloke is the one who should have got his arse kicked.


Whole situation seems a bit nuts to me, disappointing club & coach couldn't kiss & make up & get back to season at hand.
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Re: Riverland Football Chatter

Postby OnSong » Thu Jun 02, 2016 10:38 am

David Brent wrote:
Bum Crack wrote:What's the go with Willy getting the arse from Paringa? If it's true he got the flick from what i heard, that's piss weak from the swans. If what happened is true, i reckon any other bloke would have done the same thing as Willy. The other bloke is the one who should have got his arse kicked.


Whole situation seems a bit nuts to me, disappointing club & coach couldn't kiss & make up & get back to season at hand.

The club needs to get a grip on this Willy situation and steer clear of just paying lip service.
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