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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby nwdfanparade » Sat Mar 28, 2020 3:05 pm

I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Brett » Sat Mar 28, 2020 3:38 pm

nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Well done mate. If anyone is in a position to do the same they should. No point moaning later.Mind you a few clubs would find it hard to call on 3000 people.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby nwdfanparade » Sat Mar 28, 2020 6:08 pm

Brett wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Well done mate. If anyone is in a position to do the same they should. No point moaning later.Mind you a few clubs would find it hard to call on 3000 people.[/quote

3,000 people was only a demonstration on how much could be raised by donating just a few dollars. I'm sure any club would be happy with any number of people donating any amount.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby amber_fluid » Sat Mar 28, 2020 6:49 pm

nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Good post.
Although I am a bit concerned both LMA and Brett liked the same post!
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Brett » Sat Mar 28, 2020 7:28 pm

It is what I basically said earlier. 100 percent agree. If you can help your club in some way then do it.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby LMA » Sat Mar 28, 2020 7:35 pm

amber_fluid wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Good post.
Although I am a bit concerned both LMA and Brett liked the same post!


Don't Amber ;)

Spot on though, Ive already got my Port membership and if Districts and Havens call for donations from past players then I'll give what I can there.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Pseudo » Sat Mar 28, 2020 7:55 pm

amber_fluid wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Good post.
Although I am a bit concerned both LMA and Brett liked the same post!

liked, logged out, logged in, liked again...
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby LMA » Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:08 pm

Pseudo wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Good post.
Although I am a bit concerned both LMA and Brett liked the same post!

liked, logged out, logged in, liked again...


I posted something near identical in the AFL thread but unlike other multiple users on here I categorically deny this accusation. :finga:
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby amber_fluid » Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:10 pm

LMA wrote:
Pseudo wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Good post.
Although I am a bit concerned both LMA and Brett liked the same post!

liked, logged out, logged in, liked again...


I posted something near identical in the AFL thread but unlike other multiple users on here I categorically deny this accusation. :finga:


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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby LMA » Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:34 pm

Ok marbles
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby am Bays » Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:41 pm

Here’s me think Brett is SturtPeter...
Let that be a lesson to you Port, no one beats the Bays five times in a row in a GF and gets away with it!!!
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby beef » Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:43 pm

Centrals have put a video up on social media asking for donations.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Groucho » Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:20 pm

I donated the money I was going to pay for a reserved grandstand seat. CDFC may also keep my season ticket payment, no need for refund if no season or only part season.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Brett » Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:42 pm

Lot of groupthink going on. A few supporters from each club. Thank god this is only a minority of SANFL supporters on here.

It would good if you had the ability to engage in a sensible discussion. But no some cant as they have to piggyback. Grow up. You are a minority and a very small one. Hard to have an intectual discussion when the audience is limited.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby stan » Sun Mar 29, 2020 5:46 am

LMA wrote:Ok marbles
Harsh mate really harsh.
Read my reply. It is directed at you because you have double standards
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby amber_fluid » Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:26 am

Brett wrote:Lot of groupthink going on. A few supporters from each club. Thank god this is only a minority of SANFL supporters on here.

It would good if you had the ability to engage in a sensible discussion. But no some cant as they have to piggyback. Grow up. You are a minority and a very small one. Hard to have an intectual discussion when the audience is limited.


Yeahhhh LMA.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby LMA » Sun Mar 29, 2020 8:57 am

amber_fluid wrote:
Brett wrote:Lot of groupthink going on. A few supporters from each club. Thank god this is only a minority of SANFL supporters on here.

It would good if you had the ability to engage in a sensible discussion. But no some cant as they have to piggyback. Grow up. You are a minority and a very small one. Hard to have an intectual discussion when the audience is limited.


Yeahhhh LMA.


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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby UK Fan » Sun Mar 29, 2020 9:18 am

Pseudo wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:I have just donated $100 to my club (that's on top of membership and new scarf, cap & t-shirt). I urge every one to make a donation to help their club through this very trying times. If 3,000 supporters/members donate $20 each to their club, that's $60,000 that's helping your club.

Think about how much money you have spare not going to games this year, not going to the pub for meals and drinks. Donate the money you're saving staying home to your club. Every little bit helps. Certainly Membership and merchandise helps but fork out a little bit more in a donation.


Good post.
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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Dutchy » Sun Mar 29, 2020 4:04 pm

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Re: SANFL Clubs

Postby Dutchy » Sun Mar 29, 2020 4:06 pm

Must be in a fair amount of pain if they are asking for handouts less than one week after the lock down.

Maybe its the only way forward but I find it a bit uncomfortable clubs are asking for this in the current climate.
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