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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Pag » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:31 pm

wristwatcher wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
Footy Chick wrote:Not sure how it'll work support staff wise, but could they play a double header with a mens C grade?

Some may not see this as viable because triple headers are life but at least it may encourage more income every week at the club BBQ and canteen wise

Most existing clubs that I've encountered are pretty much a separate identity to their senior footy, therefore have their own support staff.

mickey wrote:Moving to Saturday afternoons could hinder some players who have football as their 2nd sport. I know a few who netball on Saturday and football on Sundays


A lot already use the Saturday timeslot.

One thing I've seen over the past few years with the SAWFL is that it is a lot like the AFL with the match schedules, they send out a draft fixture for clubs to look at and then they will barter with the league for possible changes of games that they know they will have troubles with, some clubs announce they will host all their home games at 6pm on a Saturday, there's a lot of give and take.


PNU talking about having Quadruple headers. Would be great for the girls as they will be on 4th and will have a crowd to play in front of and feel part of the club. Could be a few lads on the balcony with some real sparkling repartee after 8 hours of football and a a few shandis. :lol:

We do this wherever possible (the quadruple header), even had a quintuple header last year once or twice with our two women's teams on at 5pm and 6.30pm. Creates a much better atmosphere, the girls feel supported and included by the rest of the club with a decent crowd for home games, as the majority of the blokes hang around under the verandah, put some music on and have some beers while having a watch. The girls then come in after their games and we're able to do all 5 teams presos together. Works a treat.

Some clubs without adequate lighting have to play these games at 1pm or 3pm on a Sunday, would get nowhere near the amount of spectators, especially senior male players.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby TEX07 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:58 pm

Womens footy is moving quickly at GG - we had a side in Div 5 last season and have now hopefully been moved up to Div 4 to be able to have more players. I am coaching them this season. We Have had in excess of 24-26 players train in 6 sessions before Christmas with more to come out in the next few weeks. The girls cant seem to train enough. We haven't had any discussions about trainers and umps etc - oval space is definitely an issue training's Mondays and Thursdays with a 7pm start to make room for all the seniors and juniors. This should be OK.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby hollywood7477 » Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:11 pm

anyone know when the draw will be released
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby 20 Zip » Mon Jan 22, 2018 2:27 pm

TEX07 wrote:Womens footy is moving quickly at GG - we had a side in Div 5 last season and have now hopefully been moved up to Div 4 to be able to have more players. I am coaching them this season. We Have had in excess of 24-26 players train in 6 sessions before Christmas with more to come out in the next few weeks. The girls cant seem to train enough. We haven't had any discussions about trainers and umps etc - oval space is definitely an issue training's Mondays and Thursdays with a 7pm start to make room for all the seniors and juniors. This should be OK.


Have seen the GG girls train on a couple of Tuesday nights and always seem to have good numbers and good skill, oval space is a issue when the football club forgets there is a cricket there training that use it as well lol
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby old farmer » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:17 pm

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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby 20 Zip » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:17 pm

Anyone know why North Pines would deny all the women's clearances to MawsonLakes? Surely if your not going to have men's footy and the girls want to play you would let them go?
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:04 am

The_Informer wrote:Anyone know why North Pines would deny all the women's clearances to MawsonLakes? Surely if your not going to have men's footy and the girls want to play you would let them go?

Are they not having women's footy?
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby 20 Zip » Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:17 am

Unsure if they are but these girls want to join Mawson lakes so cant see why they would hold them to the 3 player clearance rule.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:05 am

The_Informer wrote:Unsure if they are but these girls want to join Mawson lakes so cant see why they would hold them to the 3 player clearance rule.

Because they are probably clutching at straws and trying to keep at least one team alive so they don't have to try and gain re-entry into the league?

Has North Pines definitely gone tits up in the men's league?
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby 20 Zip » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:11 am

Unsure if they have official gone belly up in the mens league but i do know you cannot register to play for them thru the SAAFL rego link
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:38 am

The_Informer wrote:Unsure if they have official gone belly up in the mens league but i do know you cannot register to play for them thru the SAAFL rego link

OK, cheers.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Look Good In Leather » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:47 pm

West Adelaide have relocated to Fitzroy

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*Important Information in regard to the amateur club name change announcement

Good Morning All

This morning you may have seen our update in relation the West Adelaide Women's Football Club (WAWFC) our change of name and new training ground. We will now be known as the Fitzroy Women’s Football Club, I just wanted to reassure you all in relation to the change and what it will mean for you all.

This change will have no impact on the current West Adelaide Football Club Women’s (WAFCW) SANFLW team as we have always operated as completely separate entities, one of the reasons the transition will happen so easily. For those who are currently representing WAFCW in the SANFLW and who play at other amateur league clubs there really is no difference at the end of the SANFLW season you will go back to your clubs and play on.

As an amateur league club the WAWFC have loved being at Westies and there are no issues with the club that have forced this decision and I would like to let you all know that they are happy for us but very disappointed we are leaving. A small part of the reason for leaving is to remove confusion surrounding our name and association with a SANFL club.

For new and current players to our club we will still compete in the Division One competition with an A and Reserves team. It is a name change and new training venue the club culture is strengthened with this partnership as we will be very much a part of a club who share our sense of community. In the coming weeks more information will flow about planned events. Players wishing to come to our club are very welcome and we work under the same transfer rules as all other Adelaide Footy League teams.

The players unanimously support this decision and we are very excited about the opportunities of being involved with Fitzroy Football Club. There are support and committee roles that we need to fill immediately and I hope you or your family and friends consider being a part of our club off the field as well.

We used the Fitzroy training ground and club rooms last year and they were fantastically supportive of our team. This began talks about the future of the WAWFC with the expansion of the SANFLW and securing their long term future in the amateur competition given their history with the Women’s League.
In relation to capacity Fitzroy have two nights available for the women’s team to train. This suits our desire to train and compete at the division one level. Monday is an exclusively women's training night and on Wednesdays we share for a very short time with a country team who were also fantastic last year.

If you have any questions please speak to me directly. Thank you all

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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby S Demon » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:34 pm

So this is different from the Westies girls team in the SANFLW yeah?

Who is the coach of this team that is relocating? Anyone know?
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Under_Scrutiny » Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:48 am

S Demon wrote:So this is different from the Westies girls team in the SANFLW yeah?

Who is the coach of this team that is relocating? Anyone know?

Yes hence why they’re moving and changing name to avoid the confusion.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Lym's Allstar 21 » Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:22 pm

North Pines should just concede and let the ladies play footy where they want to.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby 20 Zip » Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:50 pm

Lym's Allstar 21 wrote:North Pines should just concede and let the ladies play footy where they want to.


Totally agree Prez
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby coman » Thu Mar 08, 2018 9:27 pm

Our ladies are haven there first ever hit out this sunday vs eastern park..
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:21 pm

Gradings and fixtures have been released:

Div 1 & Div 1 Reserves:
Fitzroy vs Morphies
Salisbury vs Adel. Uni
Port Adel. vs Christies

Div 2
Mt Lofty vs Greenacres
Modbury vs Mt. Barker
Angle Vale vs PNU

Div 3
Mawson Lakes vs Adel. Uni "C"
Ingle Farm vs Happy Valley
Gaza vs Flinders Uni
Eastern Park bye

Div 4
Broadview vs Golden Grove
North Haven vs Western Suburbs
Smithfield vs Happy Valley "B"
Morphies "C" bye

Div 5
Mt Lofty vs Golden Grove "B"
Adel. Lutheran vs Old Ignatians
Kenilworth vs Scotch
Nairne Bremer vs Pulteney

Div 6
Imperial vs Kangarilla/Onka Valley
Mt. Barker "B" vs Bridgewater/Callington
Ironbank/Cherry Gardens vs Aldinga
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Corona Man » Sun May 20, 2018 4:27 pm

Ironbank winners last night in the top of the table clash with Mount Barker under lights at Barker. Think it’s Div 6 or something that is made up of hills teams, Aldinga & a team from Murray Bridge. Long way to go but the Thunderer girls look a little too good for this division.
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Re: SAWFL 2018

Postby Keefy » Sun May 20, 2018 6:28 pm

Corona Man wrote:Ironbank winners last night in the top of the table clash with Mount Barker under lights at Barker. Think it’s Div 6 or something that is made up of hills teams, Aldinga & a team from Murray Bridge. Long way to go but the Thunderer girls look a little too good for this division.
They were the top ranked Hills side last season in a higher division.

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