2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

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Who will win the D5 flag

CLG
2
5%
Eastern Park
9
22%
Elizabeth
2
5%
Gepps Cross
8
20%
Hectorville
0
No votes
Kilburn
4
10%
Lockleys
14
34%
Salisbury
1
2%
St Pauls OS
1
2%
West Croydon
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 41

Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Hector » Sun Mar 20, 2022 1:05 pm

#bleedredandblue wrote:
Wee-man wrote:Eastern park v Trinity apparently called off in last quarter due to fights last night?


Lol there wasn’t any fights

Game called off with 4 minutes to go due to an EP player getting knocked out cold in a marking contest, while we only had 16 players left playing mind you lol we were still keen to play but pointless really

Trinity also has a lad go down 10mins into the last with a suspected broken ankle? Probably their best player to

Bit of heat in the game as they had a bloke running around with a swinging arm, hit 3 different players in a 10 minute period and acted like he didn’t know what he was doing.. then he got one back and it was the end of the world, trinity coach is an absolute wanker I might add also!

All in all, was a good hit out considering EP were missing 11 of their starting 21 due to cricket finals today, but still got up by about 3 goals in the end! Trinity should go well in Div 6


So no fights, just blokes swinging punches at each other?
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Chappy » Sun Mar 20, 2022 3:27 pm

Hector wrote:
#bleedredandblue wrote:
Wee-man wrote:Eastern park v Trinity apparently called off in last quarter due to fights last night?


Lol there wasn’t any fights

Game called off with 4 minutes to go due to an EP player getting knocked out cold in a marking contest, while we only had 16 players left playing mind you lol we were still keen to play but pointless really

Trinity also has a lad go down 10mins into the last with a suspected broken ankle? Probably their best player to

Bit of heat in the game as they had a bloke running around with a swinging arm, hit 3 different players in a 10 minute period and acted like he didn’t know what he was doing.. then he got one back and it was the end of the world, trinity coach is an absolute wanker I might add also!

All in all, was a good hit out considering EP were missing 11 of their starting 21 due to cricket finals today, but still got up by about 3 goals in the end! Trinity should go well in Div 6


So no fights, just blokes swinging punches at each other?


Clearly numerous swinging arms in different contests is not a fight :)
Sounds like some blokes have weird priorities... especially in a trial game!
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby redyellow&blue » Sun Mar 20, 2022 4:22 pm

never really understood how Trinity get away with so much behind the play over the past few years...
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Brodlach » Sun Mar 20, 2022 6:22 pm

Thanks to Plympton for the trials today, games played in great spirits.


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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby football tragic » Wed Mar 30, 2022 1:11 pm

interesting first round with some big games
whats everyones tips?
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Lightning McQueen » Wed Mar 30, 2022 1:25 pm

football tragic wrote:interesting first round with some big games
whats everyones tips?

Lockleys vs Heccies 40+
Elizabeth vs Blackfriars 1-39
Salisbury vs St. Pauls 40+
Kilburn vs Gepps 1-39
CLG vs Eastern Park 1-39
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby RunNCarry13 » Thu Mar 31, 2022 1:56 pm

Hearing kilburn been struck down with covid? Not good if true. Had them by 14 points.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby RunNCarry13 » Sat Apr 02, 2022 4:56 pm

Followed the rams down to kilburn today, could definitely see kilburn had a lot of players missing! Unlucky. Good game by the rams.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Browny007 » Sat Apr 02, 2022 11:30 pm

RunNCarry13 wrote:Hearing kilburn been struck down with covid? Not good if true. Had them by 14 points.

Kilburn had a lot out.
5-6 out of the A grade plus a few out of there B grade.
Gepps x played well and just had more depth all over the field. Andy going down very early meant Ryan had to ruck all day and late in the game gepps x hit the scoreboard to blow the margin out.
Umpires were inconsistent both ways most off the day. 3-4 times kilburn should have received 25m penalty or gepps yellow card. Headland would mark the ball and get buried into the ground well after the marking contest. Kilburn reacted and turn over so cost Kilburn shots on goal at important stages of the game.
Well played gepps x and hopefully Kilburn get a few important players back next week as I think they will compete well.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby LaughingKookaburra » Sun Apr 03, 2022 7:23 am

Browny007 wrote:
RunNCarry13 wrote:Hearing kilburn been struck down with covid? Not good if true. Had them by 14 points.

Kilburn had a lot out.
5-6 out of the A grade plus a few out of there B grade.
Gepps x played well and just had more depth all over the field. Andy going down very early meant Ryan had to ruck all day and late in the game gepps x hit the scoreboard to blow the margin out.
Umpires were inconsistent both ways most off the day. 3-4 times kilburn should have received 25m penalty or gepps yellow card. Headland would mark the ball and get buried into the ground well after the marking contest. Kilburn reacted and turn over so cost Kilburn shots on goal at important stages of the game.
Well played gepps x and hopefully Kilburn get a few important players back next week as I think they will compete well.


In fairness most years clubs have 5-6 out on a week by week basis in their A’s and this year in particular I’d suspect that number is going to get worse.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Footballcanbecruel » Sun Apr 03, 2022 8:01 am

LaughingKookaburra wrote:
Browny007 wrote:
RunNCarry13 wrote:Hearing kilburn been struck down with covid? Not good if true. Had them by 14 points.

Kilburn had a lot out.
5-6 out of the A grade plus a few out of there B grade.
Gepps x played well and just had more depth all over the field. Andy going down very early meant Ryan had to ruck all day and late in the game gepps x hit the scoreboard to blow the margin out.
Umpires were inconsistent both ways most off the day. 3-4 times kilburn should have received 25m penalty or gepps yellow card. Headland would mark the ball and get buried into the ground well after the marking contest. Kilburn reacted and turn over so cost Kilburn shots on goal at important stages of the game.
Well played gepps x and hopefully Kilburn get a few important players back next week as I think they will compete well.


In fairness most years clubs have 5-6 out on a week by week basis in their A’s and this year in particular I’d suspect that number is going to get worse.



Absolutely we had 5 in A grade with Covid and I’m sure Elizabeth the same. Even the coach wasn’t there with Covid. We had 23 from b’s and c’s down. Tough day for us with 8 doubling up to not Forfeit. Thanks Elizabeth for the day. Fierce contest in the A grade. Elizabeth too strong in the last 3 minutes. Cracking game of footy.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby football tragic » Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:53 am

Looks like Salisbury did a good job on the weekend if they lost as many players as people have suggested
Anyone get out to watch any of the games?
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Observer55 » Tue Apr 05, 2022 9:22 pm

football tragic wrote:Looks like Salisbury did a good job on the weekend if they lost as many players as people have suggested
Anyone get out to watch any of the games?

Salisbury will be battling relegation all year, will be there and there about against the bottom few sides. Lacking height. Will get beaten up against EP and Lockleys. Covid hit this weekend against Elizabeth is going to hurt momentum. Will be interesting to see how the club rebounds next year, need the older junior grades feeding into the seniors.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby football tragic » Fri Apr 08, 2022 1:14 pm

Should get a clearer picture about things after this week
CLG vs Gepps will be a great game
Salisbury Vs Elizabeth looks one way with Salisbury hit with covid
Lockleys Vs a Kilburn with 6-7 back from injury and covid will be a close game

What`s everyone`s thoughts about this weeks games?
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby RunNCarry13 » Fri Apr 08, 2022 5:36 pm

Would have to agree with that “football tragic” after following the Rams last week down to Lionel avenue and seeing what kilburn did with some big outs I’d probably lean towards kilburn this week. Like you said be a cracker game.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Brodlach » Sat Apr 09, 2022 8:59 pm

The results today :shock: :shock:


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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby LaughingKookaburra » Sat Apr 09, 2022 9:06 pm

Year after year we see D4 teams go down to D5 and people talk up them up to go well. Top end D5 teams are good sides and would handle themselves well in the division above.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby wristwatcher » Sat Apr 09, 2022 9:26 pm

Shawn Mansell 20 in a game. F@ken behave yourself!
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby Pag » Sat Apr 09, 2022 9:54 pm

LaughingKookaburra wrote:Year after year we see D4 teams go down to D5 and people talk up them up to go well. Top end D5 teams are good sides and would handle themselves well in the division above.

Much closer gap from 4-5 than there is from 5-6.
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Re: 2022 Adelaide Footy League - Division 5

Postby whufc » Sun Apr 10, 2022 10:01 am

wristwatcher wrote:Shawn Mansell 20 in a game. F@ken behave yourself!


Bloody fair effort to kick 20 out of 40 regardless of the opposition. He will be feeling pretty decent this morning, what a day out!
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