MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby THE BARKING SPIDERS » Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:04 pm

stun72 wrote:
THE BARKING SPIDERS wrote:
ball breaker wrote:Are the Robe committee happy with their decision to move the previous years coach ??

I note that his team in the WBFL are minor premiers!

I'm not trying to get a bite just wondering what were the reasons for his departure?


if you are referring to millicent & darren dean, deany was the coach at the burr last year, who won the flag, not robe


I read it that he was saying that the team the ex-Robe coach is playing for finished minor Premiers.
Also heard that Robe have already re-appointed this years coach - an interesting move considering where they finished on the ladder etc. and who could be out there that may want to live near the sea...


ah yes i see
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby ball breaker » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:58 am

THE BARKING SPIDERS wrote:
stun72 wrote:
THE BARKING SPIDERS wrote:
ball breaker wrote:Are the Robe committee happy with their decision to move the previous years coach ??

I note that his team in the WBFL are minor premiers!

I'm not trying to get a bite just wondering what were the reasons for his departure?


if you are referring to millicent & darren dean, deany was the coach at the burr last year, who won the flag, not robe


I read it that he was saying that the team the ex-Robe coach is playing for finished minor Premiers.
Also heard that Robe have already re-appointed this years coach - an interesting move considering where they finished on the ladder etc. and who could be out there that may want to live near the sea...


ah yes i see



sorry boys been away ... yeah I referred to M. Bryant ...
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby magpie in the 80's » Sun Sep 05, 2010 10:23 am

Prelim Final

Mt Burr 4.5 (29) D Kalangadoo 3.3 (21)
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby The Panther » Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:12 pm

Is mount Burr favourites to go back to back ?
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Postby words of wisdom » Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:38 am

Go the zooies
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby magpie in the 80's » Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:36 pm

Grand Final

Mt Burr 11.8-74 def Port MacDonnell 9.13-67
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby ORDoubleBlues » Sun Sep 12, 2010 9:31 pm

Was fortunate enough to attend this grand final at Glencoe and there was a magnificent crowd in attendence.
Mt Burr seemed determined to rough the Bay up early and while it didn't work, the Bay didn't kick straight and that cost them later on.
No one could accuse the umpires of being whistle happy as a player just about needed his head ripped off to get a free kick but they were more than happy to annoyingly keep blowing whistles time after time because a player was half a centimetre over the mark or to WARN someone. This annoys me at every level, only blow the whistle if you're going to pay a free FGS!!!!!

Great effort by the Bay to come from last last year to go within a whisker of taking it out.


All you Glenelg supporters in the future can look forward to seeing Port Mac's Jordan and Brodie Murdoch - the sons of former Norwood player Roger Murdoch - playing for you.
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby The Panther » Mon Sep 13, 2010 11:50 am

Back to back for the mozzies - Finchy would have a big gummy smile from ear to ear.
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby ORDoubleBlues » Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:37 pm

Just like to mention Johnathon McBain who is having a good year in the colts for Port MacDonnell and has got in best on occasions in the A's.

Don't normally do this sort of thing but to any SANFL clubs who have scouts down in that part of the world, I believe he'd be worth checking out. Glenelg (his zone) are of the opinion that he's too small but even though he is only 172 cm, he has jumped 1.90m for the high jump before so he does have some athleticism.
He turns 18 later in the year and does have some sort of bloodline as his grandfather's first cousin (also a McBain) was the captain of Port Magpies at one stage back in the '60's.
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby Hazbeen » Fri Sep 23, 2011 2:47 pm

The Panther wrote:Back to back for the mozzies - Finchy would have a big gummy smile from ear to ear.


Going for 3 in a row against Robe this Saturday at Tantanoola
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby Hazbeen » Mon Sep 26, 2011 10:44 am

Mt Burr 14.11
Robe 8.12
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby Battler » Sun Apr 22, 2012 12:55 pm

Has big Phil Smith left Robe for one of the Whyalla clubs? He was a mighty player in the KNTFL. Is he still going strong these days or have age and injuries caught up with him?
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby GWW » Sun May 20, 2012 12:42 am

Tim Stringer and Tantanoola dominating so far this season.

Port Mac appear to be their main opposition.
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby ORDoubleBlues » Thu Jul 12, 2012 10:35 pm

Would have been a few happy people down in this league to see Jordan Murdoch make his debut for Geelong against Port Adelaide a fortnight ago.

Saw him in the colts for the Bay in 2010 and while it was obvious he was going to be a quality player, I didn't think it was going to happen this quickly. No doubt his brother is probably going to be drafted at the end of this season as well.
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby Browny » Sat Sep 15, 2012 9:29 pm

The Bays flogged the Burr by 62 pts all the damage done in the premiership quarter. The Burr looked ok until then.. watch out for young Bromley will go well in town next year. It was a bloody good quality game for MSE
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby BFG » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:33 pm

hey guys, i'll be new to the area next year and was just wondering if anyone can tell me what the standard of footy is comparable to? I've played Div 6 amateurs the last few years, would it be a higher standard than that?
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby Ferrett » Thu Jan 17, 2013 3:10 pm

What's the big recruiting news from around the Family league, seems a bit quiet around the south east for this time of year
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby woodublieve12 » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:28 pm

how is Kongorong looking this season???
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby BFG » Wed May 01, 2013 7:07 pm

will push for a finals berth, most likely be them or glencoe that end up in 4th possie IMO

had a set of brothers all transfer to them from the mount which has helped their cause
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Re: MID S.E. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Postby On The Chest » Thu May 02, 2013 6:23 am

BFG wrote:will push for a finals berth, most likely be them or glencoe that end up in 4th possie IMO

had a set of brothers all transfer to them from the mount which has helped their cause


I see Hatherleigh are going along nicely. Is Matt Faulkner still coaching them?
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