Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

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Who will win the D1 Women Grand Final?

Adelaide University
3
30%
Christies Beach
0
No votes
Fitzroy
1
10%
Morphettville Park
3
30%
Port Adelaide
3
30%
Salisbury
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 10

Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Look Good In Leather » Fri Mar 16, 2018 10:36 am

Division 1 now set
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby hollywood7477 » Fri Mar 16, 2018 1:09 pm

Look Good In Leather wrote:Division 1 now set


What happened to Angle Vale and Modbury- last time i heard it was an 8 team comp
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Pag » Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:59 pm

Have also heard the Crows are refusing to release any AFL listed players back to their home clubs for the SAWFL season. These semi-professional athletes will now play only seven games in a year, and it will mean young girls who come out to watch the stars at their local clubs will now miss the up close interactions local footy brings. The girls who get to watch Deni Varnhagen at Morphies, Ruth Wallace at Uni or Sarah Allan at Salisbury will now lose that opportunity.

The AFC continuing to give back to grass roots footy.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby hollywood7477 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:57 am

Pag wrote:Have also heard the Crows are refusing to release any AFL listed players back to their home clubs for the SAWFL season. These semi-professional athletes will now play only seven games in a year, and it will mean young girls who come out to watch the stars at their local clubs will now miss the up close interactions local footy brings. The girls who get to watch Deni Varnhagen at Morphies, Ruth Wallace at Uni or Sarah Allan at Salisbury will now lose that opportunity.

The AFC continuing to give back to grass roots footy.


So if the Crows are investing all this money on developing these girls and they go out and do a knee playing Amateur league footy how u think the club would feel.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby mickey » Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:33 pm

hollywood7477 wrote:
Pag wrote:Have also heard the Crows are refusing to release any AFL listed players back to their home clubs for the SAWFL season. These semi-professional athletes will now play only seven games in a year, and it will mean young girls who come out to watch the stars at their local clubs will now miss the up close interactions local footy brings. The girls who get to watch Deni Varnhagen at Morphies, Ruth Wallace at Uni or Sarah Allan at Salisbury will now lose that opportunity.

The AFC continuing to give back to grass roots footy.


So if the Crows are investing all this money on developing these girls and they go out and do a knee playing Amateur league footy how u think the club would feel.
Not sure "all this money" is going to make them better only playing a handful of games a year.

Better off spending the imaginary truck load of cash helping them to develop back in the local comp. Send coaches out to the club's to really start developing the next set of players coming through.

Sending players back to a league where the AFC are helping to improve would be a great benefit

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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Footy Chick » Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:20 pm

Pag wrote:Have also heard the Crows are refusing to release any AFL listed players back to their home clubs for the SAWFL season. These semi-professional athletes will now play only seven games in a year, and it will mean young girls who come out to watch the stars at their local clubs will now miss the up close interactions local footy brings. The girls who get to watch Deni Varnhagen at Morphies, Ruth Wallace at Uni or Sarah Allan at Salisbury will now lose that opportunity.

The AFC continuing to give back to grass roots footy.


I don't really follow the chicks but as far as I'm aware, the crows girls will play with the Crows in the VFL womens comp. They would stay if the SANFL played a winter comp.

Either way the "stars" wouldnt be playing in Adelaide Footy Women anyway.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Jim05 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:26 pm

Footy Chick wrote:
Pag wrote:Have also heard the Crows are refusing to release any AFL listed players back to their home clubs for the SAWFL season. These semi-professional athletes will now play only seven games in a year, and it will mean young girls who come out to watch the stars at their local clubs will now miss the up close interactions local footy brings. The girls who get to watch Deni Varnhagen at Morphies, Ruth Wallace at Uni or Sarah Allan at Salisbury will now lose that opportunity.

The AFC continuing to give back to grass roots footy.


I don't really follow the chicks but as far as I'm aware, the crows girls will play with the Crows in the VFL womens comp. They would stay if the SANFL played a winter comp.

Either way the "stars" wouldnt be playing in Adelaide Footy Women anyway.

Crows haven’t entered a VFLW team unless they are playing for the NT Thunder?
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Footy Chick » Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:57 pm

Hence the first 5 words in my post :lol:
Don't play games with a girl who can play 'em better...

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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby vics01 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:08 pm

Do they play at half time of the Mens Div 1?
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Jim05 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:19 pm

vics01 wrote:Do they play at half time of the Mens Div 1?

Don’t know about other clubs but it doesn’t appear so
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby hollywood7477 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 8:56 pm

Jim05 wrote:
Footy Chick wrote:
Pag wrote:Have also heard the Crows are refusing to release any AFL listed players back to their home clubs for the SAWFL season. These semi-professional athletes will now play only seven games in a year, and it will mean young girls who come out to watch the stars at their local clubs will now miss the up close interactions local footy brings. The girls who get to watch Deni Varnhagen at Morphies, Ruth Wallace at Uni or Sarah Allan at Salisbury will now lose that opportunity.

The AFC continuing to give back to grass roots footy.


I don't really follow the chicks but as far as I'm aware, the crows girls will play with the Crows in the VFL womens comp. They would stay if the SANFL played a winter comp.

Either way the "stars" wouldnt be playing in Adelaide Footy Women anyway.

Crows haven’t entered a VFLW team unless they are playing for the NT Thunder?


Exactly mate I was told today that the Crows would send a lot of the girls to play for NT Thunder so they won’t play local in Adelaide. IF the crows don’t win tomorrow then a lot will be sent back to their sanflw side and play for them.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby hollywood7477 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 8:58 pm

Footy Chick wrote:Hence the first 5 words in my post :lol:



Maybe you should start!!!!!
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Broken Down Hack » Mon Apr 09, 2018 6:30 pm

Not good to hear the girls can't return to there local clubs .... Morphettville Park have lost 10 to Crows .. been hit 2 yrs straight with only 3 girls only being able to play last year, i thing in all we lost about 12 from 2016 premiership team .... then to see those who had to leave win the flag at Uni hurt a bit, i thing the best 5 in the GF came from the Roos.... now all can't play ..... with the explosion off womans footy the clubs need these players around ... I know the Girls at Morphies are a bit upset but are being mentors and helping with are junior sides which keeps them in touch with the club ....

On another note its a real slap in the face for grassroots clubs when the SANFL claim the girls for state sides which didn't even field a side last year (Sturt/South)..... also if a junior player comes through the ranks off grassroots clubs in male footy they make league the SANFL give something back in helping that junior develope ..... Has any grassroots club received anything from the Crows/SANFL for these girls ... even if its just a photo to put up in the club ....i think not ..... rant over
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Brodlach » Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:19 pm

Puts it in perspective when you hear one of the Sturt girls killed in a car accident this morning.

Football is not the most important thing.

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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby vics01 » Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:43 pm

How many divisions are there??
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:45 am

vics01 wrote:How many divisions are there??

Nothing in concrete but I'd be thinking 5.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Women Division 1 - 2018

Postby Pag » Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:32 am

D1/D1R
D2
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D4
D5
D6 (Hills/Southern Clubs)
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