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Re: ASCA

Postby whitepointers » Sun Mar 20, 2022 10:21 pm

Great game in Section 2 - Sheidow Park vs Port Noarlunga.

Sheidow chasing 209 made it 6 down with 3 overs to go.

Harding and Kilderry gone cheap gave Porties hope of an upset victory against the team which were easily the best in the Section all season but they were just too good in the end.

Unfortunately Porties lost 2 of their first choice players the night before the game to COVID which could've made a difference but it wasn't to be.

Porties have no excuses and their hosts are a good club.. I wish them all the best in the final
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Re: ASCA

Postby footy1992 » Tue Mar 22, 2022 3:55 pm

What happens if a significant number or whole team gets wiped out with COVID this week?

Can the association reschedule games?

I think the changes made mid year only accounted for abandonment and draws?
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Re: ASCA

Postby V0ice0fthev0iceless » Wed Mar 23, 2022 9:22 pm

Ever seen an umpire over turn an LBW decision, with the player willingly walking off? You have now. Please explain.
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Bedge » Thu Mar 24, 2022 8:27 am

Is that Malcolm Harrison?
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Re: ASCA

Postby storyoftheyear » Fri Mar 25, 2022 1:06 pm

So with all the rumoured covid cases, is the Section 1 GF going ahead?
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Dark Knight » Fri Mar 25, 2022 3:37 pm

The Bedge wrote:Is that Malcolm Harrison?
The is the one and only Andrew Wright I believe
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Bedge » Fri Mar 25, 2022 3:46 pm

The Dark Knight wrote:
The Bedge wrote:Is that Malcolm Harrison?
The is the one and only Andrew Wright I believe

Is that the umpire who wears gloves and thinks he knows everything?
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Dark Knight » Fri Mar 25, 2022 3:53 pm

The Bedge wrote:
The Dark Knight wrote:
The Bedge wrote:Is that Malcolm Harrison?
The is the one and only Andrew Wright I believe

Is that the umpire who wears gloves and thinks he knows everything?

Yes lol.
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Re: ASCA

Postby whitepointers » Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:33 pm

Looks like he's calling over.
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Re: ASCA

Postby caleb777 » Fri Mar 25, 2022 7:59 pm

The Section 1 gf tomorrow is an absolute farce. Basically the entire Rambler side is out with covid and the Association have decided to play on. What an absolute joke.
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Moose » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:14 pm

What's the issue?

What's the difference between most of the team being out with gastro compared to covid?

Would the game still go ahead?
The answer is yes.

Also, ask the question why did a Ramblers player play on the weekend while he was (apparently) meant to be in isolation?

Play on I say and I'm a neutral.
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Re: ASCA

Postby caleb777 » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:20 pm

The Moose wrote:What's the issue?

What's the difference between most of the team being out with gastro compared to covid?

Would the game still go ahead?
The answer is yes.

Also, ask the question why did a Ramblers player play on the weekend while he was (apparently) meant to be in isolation?

Play on I say and I'm a neutral.


Gastro, blokes are sick. The rambler players arent even sick. They tested negative from what i heard.
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Re: ASCA

Postby storyoftheyear » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:23 pm

caleb777 wrote:The Section 1 gf tomorrow is an absolute farce. Basically the entire Rambler side is out with covid and the Association have decided to play on. What an absolute joke.


What was the Exec supposed to do? Abandon the game and give them the flag? Agreed - play on. Truly great teams win through adversity.
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Moose » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:25 pm

So give a valid reason why the game shouldn't go ahead.

It's unlucky. I'll pay that. But that is life unfortunately.

What is your alternative solution?
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Re: ASCA

Postby caleb777 » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:30 pm

storyoftheyear wrote:
caleb777 wrote:The Section 1 gf tomorrow is an absolute farce. Basically the entire Rambler side is out with covid and the Association have decided to play on. What an absolute joke.


What was the Exec supposed to do? Abandon the game and give them the flag? Agreed - play on. Truly great teams win through adversity.


Ramblers from what ive been told wanted a postponement not abandoning. Ramblers have 3 sides in grand finals tomorrow and they dont want to harm their b or c grade sides. Have to pull in lower players.

A gf win against a team with half their side full of d and e grade players is a hollow victory.
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Re: ASCA

Postby The Moose » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:32 pm

caleb777 wrote:
storyoftheyear wrote:
caleb777 wrote:The Section 1 gf tomorrow is an absolute farce. Basically the entire Rambler side is out with covid and the Association have decided to play on. What an absolute joke.


What was the Exec supposed to do? Abandon the game and give them the flag? Agreed - play on. Truly great teams win through adversity.


Ramblers from what ive been told wanted a postponement not abandoning. Ramblers have 3 sides in grand finals tomorrow and they dont want to harm their b or c grade sides. Have to pull in lower players.

A gf win against a team with half their side full of d and e grade players is a hollow victory.


If the Ramblers get up it will be a very special win then.
Good luck to both sides and all clubs in ASCA grand finals tomorrow.
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Re: ASCA

Postby storyoftheyear » Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:49 pm

caleb777 wrote:
storyoftheyear wrote:
caleb777 wrote:The Section 1 gf tomorrow is an absolute farce. Basically the entire Rambler side is out with covid and the Association have decided to play on. What an absolute joke.


What was the Exec supposed to do? Abandon the game and give them the flag? Agreed - play on. Truly great teams win through adversity.


Ramblers from what ive been told wanted a postponement not abandoning. Ramblers have 3 sides in grand finals tomorrow and they dont want to harm their b or c grade sides. Have to pull in lower players.

A gf win against a team with half their side full of d and e grade players is a hollow victory.


Pull the B graders up then rather than playing D and E graders.
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Re: ASCA

Postby caleb777 » Fri Mar 25, 2022 10:03 pm

storyoftheyear wrote:
caleb777 wrote:
storyoftheyear wrote:
caleb777 wrote:The Section 1 gf tomorrow is an absolute farce. Basically the entire Rambler side is out with covid and the Association have decided to play on. What an absolute joke.


What was the Exec supposed to do? Abandon the game and give them the flag? Agreed - play on. Truly great teams win through adversity.


Ramblers from what ive been told wanted a postponement not abandoning. Ramblers have 3 sides in grand finals tomorrow and they dont want to harm their b or c grade sides. Have to pull in lower players.

A gf win against a team with half their side full of d and e grade players is a hollow victory.


Pull the B graders up then rather than playing D and E graders.


Im sure they saw that as an option. But i guess they decided to respect the efforts those blokes have made as a team and allow them the chance to win their gf.
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Re: ASCA

Postby footy1992 » Fri Mar 25, 2022 10:14 pm

from a source - 6 x A grade Ramblers players contracted COVID during the week. Association was made aware of the developing situation on Tuesday & was kept updated with cases as they returned PCRs. Ramblers made no request to cancel the game rather suggested a delay by a week over a draw (as outlined in the covid rules!) to give a decent game

The association provided advice at 6.21pm that the Ramblers must play.

How is a club with 3 consecutive grades in a grand final supposed to make a decision on how to move forward find 6 suitable players less than 16 hours priot to the game.

This is an absolute farce on so many levels. Rules were made to avoid this. I hope the ramblers give it a go and roll Keswick.
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Re: ASCA

Postby V0ice0fthev0iceless » Fri Mar 25, 2022 10:28 pm

The Moose wrote:
Also, ask the question why did a Ramblers player play on the weekend while he was (apparently) meant to be in isolation?


Let’s not gloss over this rather important fact. Acting against SA Health close contact requirements is probably a larger story than 6 players coming back positive and unable to play. No repercussions? Not the first time their club have been flagged for acting against protocol.

It’s Ramblers competition, we just play in it. Well done to the exec committee for standing up to the Ramblers.
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