2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

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Who will win the D1 Flag

Brighton Bombers
1
3%
Glenunga
2
6%
Goodwood Saints
5
16%
Old Ignatians
1
3%
Payneham NU
3
9%
Port District
1
3%
Prince Alfred OC
12
38%
Rostrevor OC
0
No votes
St Peters OC
5
16%
Tea Tree Gully
2
6%
 
Total votes : 32

Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby jo172 » Sat May 14, 2022 2:24 pm

Notwithstanding the advice during the week seems a dangerous sling leading to concussion still a yellow in D1R
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby jo172 » Sat May 14, 2022 5:37 pm

Suffice to say corrected in the ones. Many many dangerous tackles paid consistent with advice during the week.

Game itself the ugliest individual game I’ve ever seen. Pure yuk
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby wristwatcher » Sat May 14, 2022 5:49 pm

jo172 wrote:Suffice to say corrected in the ones. Many many dangerous tackles paid consistent with advice during the week.

Game itself the ugliest individual game I’ve ever seen. Pure yuk



No scores onlne and im stuck at home with Covid Jim. What was the score in the SPOC v PNU game?
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby locky801 » Sat May 14, 2022 6:23 pm

wristwatcher wrote:
jo172 wrote:Suffice to say corrected in the ones. Many many dangerous tackles paid consistent with advice during the week.

Game itself the ugliest individual game I’ve ever seen. Pure yuk



No scores onlne and im stuck at home with Covid Jim. What was the score in the SPOC v PNU game?


6.15 to 4.11 SPOC win
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby jo172 » Sat May 14, 2022 6:54 pm

And 6.15 to 4.11 gave the visual spectacle justice.

Like if it had dropped 30 mm of rain during the game but perfect conditions
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby amber_fluid » Sun May 15, 2022 1:13 pm

Port Districts sitting top of the ladder.
When was the last time they were top in Div 1?
Gotta be years if not decades.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby Ezyasfallingdown » Mon May 16, 2022 9:04 am

jo172 wrote:Notwithstanding the advice during the week seems a dangerous sling leading to concussion still a yellow in D1R


Instructions are to give a yellow card to get the player off the ground - and it can be reviewed after discussion with fellow umpires and referred to the Umpiring Manager.

People don't always know what the procedures are - but it was upgraded to a Red post game.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby Sass! » Mon May 16, 2022 10:21 am

Ezyasfallingdown wrote:
jo172 wrote:Notwithstanding the advice during the week seems a dangerous sling leading to concussion still a yellow in D1R


Instructions are to give a yellow card to get the player off the ground - and it can be reviewed after discussion with fellow umpires and referred to the Umpiring Manager.

People don't always know what the procedures are - but it was upgraded to a Red post game.


Actually think this the right process to follow. We had an incident a couple of years ago where one of our best players received a red card for a dangerous tackle early in the first quarter. He missed the rest of the game and upon review of the video footage, it was thrown out but by then he had almost sat a full week out anyway.

There is still the option for the umpire to call red if they think it warrants it, but yellow by default makes sense.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby Ezyasfallingdown » Mon May 16, 2022 10:28 am

Sass! wrote:
Ezyasfallingdown wrote:
jo172 wrote:Notwithstanding the advice during the week seems a dangerous sling leading to concussion still a yellow in D1R


Instructions are to give a yellow card to get the player off the ground - and it can be reviewed after discussion with fellow umpires and referred to the Umpiring Manager.

People don't always know what the procedures are - but it was upgraded to a Red post game.


Actually think this the right process to follow. We had an incident a couple of years ago where one of our best players received a red card for a dangerous tackle early in the first quarter. He missed the rest of the game and upon review of the video footage, it was thrown out but by then he had almost sat a full week out anyway.

There is still the option for the umpire to call red if they think it warrants it, but yellow by default makes sense.


Correct - if they are certain - then red is appropriate. The League is handling this very well.

Coaches need to educate players to not throw people to the ground.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League- Division 1

Postby jo172 » Mon May 16, 2022 10:35 am

Ezyasfallingdown wrote:
Sass! wrote:
Ezyasfallingdown wrote:
jo172 wrote:Notwithstanding the advice during the week seems a dangerous sling leading to concussion still a yellow in D1R


Instructions are to give a yellow card to get the player off the ground - and it can be reviewed after discussion with fellow umpires and referred to the Umpiring Manager.

People don't always know what the procedures are - but it was upgraded to a Red post game.


Actually think this the right process to follow. We had an incident a couple of years ago where one of our best players received a red card for a dangerous tackle early in the first quarter. He missed the rest of the game and upon review of the video footage, it was thrown out but by then he had almost sat a full week out anyway.

There is still the option for the umpire to call red if they think it warrants it, but yellow by default makes sense.


Correct - if they are certain - then red is appropriate. The League is handling this very well.

Coaches need to educate players to not throw people to the ground.


It's strange in sense, not sure if it seems more prevalent or we're just more aware of it than we used to be.

Or potentially is this just us being a decade or so behind the AFL that was having a big problem with it in the early 2010s and had a similar crackdown to what's happening now that has largely disposed of them
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