HFL Division 1 (Central)

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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby footytragic001971 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:15 am

Well if that is true losing both O'Sullivan and Hanna is a massive loss for TV.
with Giadrescu they were their real drivers in the midfield.
They may struggle if they can't find a way to replace them.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby hollywood7477 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:43 am

Brenton Wortley is the new coach of Lobethal
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby Dutchy » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:28 pm

Scott Madsen appointed coach at Mt Lofty
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby 2old2slow » Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:35 pm

i remember worts as a silky smooth moving wingman is this a playing coach role? will jezz continue as a player?
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby jet-airport » Thu Oct 27, 2016 10:13 am

2old2slow wrote:i remember worts as a silky smooth moving wingman is this a playing coach role? will jezz continue as a player?


Haa haa Worts would have to be late 50's - I think he's played over 450 games including C grade games.
Will be a tough gig for him, not sure like many clubs in hills, how there junior no's are, is he swaying a few Bays boys to head out with him??
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby Dutchy » Thu Oct 27, 2016 11:20 am

A FOOTBALLER sentenced to home detention for theft who wants to remove his ankle bracelet to play matches played just a handful of reserves games for a division six amateur team last year.

Lindsay Bassani’s lawyers this week urged magistrate Ian White to allow him to remove the monitoring anklet to play football, because he was paid to play, which constituted “remunerated employment”.

Bassani was sentenced to 14 months with a six-month non parole period after admitting to unlawfully using $9,000 of taxpayer money to buy household items while in charge of the SA Aboriginal Sports Training Academy.

The 38-year old purchased a 24-hour gymnasium while on bail for the fraud, meaning he can leave his home at any hour to undertake paid employment.

Bassani, who was paid when he coached the Echunga Football Club to a premiership, played six games for West Croydon’s reserves and C-grade teams last season.

The Advertiser understands that no West Croydon player is paid, unlike many other amateur clubs.

West Croydon Football Club president Scott Weinert yesterday said he was unsure whether Bassani planned to play at the club next season but said he was yet to register.

Yesterday, Opposition justice spokeswoman Vickie Chapman said Bassani’s case highlighted “a fatal flaw” in the government’s new legislation, which allows offenders to serve their prison term on home detention if they are not deemed a risk to the public.

“The public expects that a prisoner on home detention will still have the privileges of freedom withdrawn, but understands they’re allowed to work,” Ms Chapman said.

“To say a self-employed person can be absent their home prison 24 hours a day, or go play football because someone’s paying them, is definitely not what the public expects.

Ms Chapman said she would demand the legislation be amended before the end of the year to close the “loopholes” of what constitutes employment.

“That’s what needs to be defined as, clearly, it’s ripe for abuse,” she said.

“Self-employed offenders will be able to claim that, technically, they’re always working and those paid for sport or other activities will do the same.”

Ms Chapman said that could lead to convicted criminals socialising, completely legally, with sporting clubs or other groups because they were paid to play or participate.

“The public expects an offender to be allowed to work for a period of a day, usually a shift of eight hours, not to move about freely,” she said.

Attorney-General John Rau refused to speak about Bassani’s case, saying it was “not appropriate for me to comment on individual cases.”

“The courts have considerable discretion to impose conditions on home detention orders,” Mr Rau said.

“The law permits review of these terms where appropriate. The courts are best placed to determine individual cases, not the Parliament.”

Prisoners have previously been given permission to play sport “where it may assist rehabilitation”
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby hollywood7477 » Thu Oct 27, 2016 1:06 pm

jet-airport wrote:
2old2slow wrote:i remember worts as a silky smooth moving wingman is this a playing coach role? will jezz continue as a player?


Haa haa Worts would have to be late 50's - I think he's played over 450 games including C grade games.
Will be a tough gig for him, not sure like many clubs in hills, how there junior no's are, is he swaying a few Bays boys to head out with him??


wasn't with Glenelg this season. He was an assistant at Walkerville I believe.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby always there » Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:09 am

hollywood7477 wrote:
jet-airport wrote:
2old2slow wrote:i remember worts as a silky smooth moving wingman is this a playing coach role? will jezz continue as a player?


Haa haa Worts would have to be late 50's - I think he's played over 450 games including C grade games.
Will be a tough gig for him, not sure like many clubs in hills, how there junior no's are, is he swaying a few Bays boys to head out with him??


wasn't with Glenelg this season. He was an assistant at Walkerville I believe.


Not sure why you think it will be a tough gig! Lobethal has quality and talent and are a very young side they just can't crack it, maybe he is the man to do it. As for juniors, Lobethal juniors numbers are very good. Jezza made a point of promoting our young lads into the senior ranks and it is a legacy he will leave behind and he should be very proud of. As for recruits I have no idea and have heard nothing about any Bays boys coming.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby Dutchy » Tue Nov 01, 2016 3:51 pm

2017 COACHING APPOINTMENT
To all Echunga Football Club members,
It is with great pleasure to announce Mick Duncan as the Echunga Football Clubs senior coach for the 2017 Season.
Mick has recently moved to the area and was looking to get back into football after a year off. Mick is a very experienced senior coach with wonderful success at a few different clubs.
Mick has not walked into successful teams but worked hard to turn each of these clubs around from near bottom to finals and premierships.
The philosophy that Mick coaches by is all about buy in from the players from the game plan to how the players behave on and off the field. He is also a firm believer that success is achieved through hard work but also creating an environment that the players enjoy.
Mick has coached O’Sullivan’s Beach to back to back flags (1996 & 97), Marion to 3 consecutive finals series including a premiership (1999 – 2001), Nairne (2005 – 2007) into the final in 2006 for the first time in 17 years, Riverton (2010 & 2011) successive finals series and Pulteney in 2015.
Please join me to welcome Mick to the Echunga family and we wish him all the very best for the year ahead.
Keep an eye out for a meet the coach day and the start of pre-season.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby footytragic001971 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:17 am

good luck to him........I think he might need it.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby oneuponedown » Thu Nov 03, 2016 11:13 am

Blackwood are cleaning up West's 2015 - 2016 reserves sides..... just signed another is the word - Nick Homburg.
My count has The Woods with - Thompson Catford Anderson Hopton Dijksman Sporn Bricknell Watchman.
Half a side of reserve level players!!

I know a fair few mentioned are locals returning, but wouldn't be playing for peanuts I imagine!
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby footytragic001971 » Fri Nov 04, 2016 9:21 am

Or oneuponedown this is a group of blokes who are probably mates who want to come back to their home club
and play a bit of footy together.
Blackwood is their home club, it is a good club, and they are a chance to have some success.
Maybe, just maybe money doesn't come into it.

Is that so hard to believe??
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby scottroo » Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:55 am

The 3 big names they've recruited from westies are not Blackwood juniors. Which one of the 3 are Blackwood marquee?
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby hollywood7477 » Fri Nov 04, 2016 11:51 am

oneuponedown wrote:Blackwood are cleaning up West's 2015 - 2016 reserves sides..... just signed another is the word - Nick Homburg.
My count has The Woods with - Thompson Catford Anderson Hopton Dijksman Sporn Bricknell Watchman.
Half a side of reserve level players!!

I know a fair few mentioned are locals returning, but wouldn't be playing for peanuts I imagine!


Watchman has returned to Westies
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby footytragic001971 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:07 pm

Now that the coaches have all been sorted for next year, any word on recruiting??

Lets frame a market for next years premiership?
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby herewegoagain » Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:53 pm

Hahndorf 2/1
Blackwood 6/1
Mt.Barker 6/1
Onkas 6/1
Uraidla 10/1
Torrens Valley 10/1
Lobethal 12/1
Ironbank 16/1
Mt.Lofty 20/1
Echunga 33/1
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby footytragic001971 » Tue Nov 08, 2016 12:02 pm

Pretty sound conclusions on the market I think.

Echunga at 33/1 may be a little short.
I know Hahndorf did it two years ago, but would take a minor miracle for Echunga to rise back to the top I think.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby Grumpy Old B » Wed Nov 09, 2016 1:36 pm

Rumours coming out of Thunder Park is that they will be dropping back to Div 2 for the 2017 season. Perhaps they want a bit of the success that Bridgy is enjoying.
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby Ye Olde Place Kick » Wed Nov 09, 2016 9:05 pm

Grumpy Old B wrote:Rumours coming out of Thunder Park is that they will be dropping back to Div 2 for the 2017 season. Perhaps they want a bit of the success that Bridgy is enjoying.


Will someone else take their place and who?
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Re: HFL Division 1 (Central)

Postby Dutchy » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:41 pm

Echunga have the cheque book out again
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