Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

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Who will win the 2019 Grand Final

Adelaide Uni
0
No votes
Brighton Bombers
11
20%
Goodwood Saints
5
9%
Henley
4
7%
Payneham Norwood Union
8
15%
Port Districts
2
4%
Prince Alfred OC
6
11%
Rostrevor OC
6
11%
St Peters OC
7
13%
Tea Tree Gully
5
9%
 
Total votes : 54

Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby Jimmy_041 » Mon Sep 23, 2019 9:51 pm

jo172 wrote:
Jimmy_041 wrote:Winning the toss with the freak wind blowing was pretty lucky


Honestly think the run PNU had with the umps in the first quarter and a half was far more decisive than the wind


I watched the replay of the 1st quarter today

Wind:
5 goal wind in the first quarter that petered out in the 1st half of the 2nd quarter then kicked up to a 2-3 goal
First quarter: Seymour kicking out 70 - 75m! It was blowing the half full tinnies off our table!

Umpiring?
A bit inconsistent in the HTB and holding the man.
Saw plenty getting jumped on but no free yet see below
1st Quarter contentious goals:
I think Johnny G got the free for getting hit high not late
Push in the back by Perryman was BS. I hate that umpires cannot identify the collapsing legs.
Jolly played on but the umpire hadn’t called it so it’s not.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby LMA » Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:30 am

Just seen Henley finished bottom and will be in div 2 next year, that's a shame.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby marbles » Sat Sep 28, 2019 9:58 am

LMA wrote:Just seen Henley finished bottom and will be in div 2 next year, that's a shame.


Congrats to adelaide uni in C1 the best team definitely won.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby LMA » Sun Sep 29, 2019 6:10 pm

marbles wrote:
LMA wrote:Just seen Henley finished bottom and will be in div 2 next year, that's a shame.


Congrats to adelaide uni in C1 the best team definitely won.


Get your 2020 Div 2R Premiers t-shirts on order now, it's a lock.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby LaughingKookaburra » Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:06 pm

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marbles wrote:youd kinda rather see the Grand Finals played at Old Iggies new oval than thebby, but sadly no fences.


Old Iggies are just a tenant of the new Karen Rolton Oval. It's a full SACA Complex now (noting the back ovals have been SACA managed for years) and as of this summer will effectively become the new Adelaide No. 2. There's already been a Futures Game played on it and it will become the main venue for all State Women's Cricket. Not even sure if Iggies could even host their own home finals due to SACA wanting to get it ready for cricket come September. It's one of the things that annoys about SA and Adelaide. It is a magnificent complex and the surrounding landscaping when finished will make it a picturesque Cricket venue despite almost being in the heart of the city. Yet there is very little publicity about the work that has been done and the investment made by Govt, Council and Cricket. Many South Australians wouldn't even know what changes have been made to the old Railways Oval.


One of my must do’s when driving for leisure or work, like yours DTH is taking 5 minutes out of my time and checking out local footy grounds. Karen Rolton is another level and is better than any SANFL deck. I’d go as far and say it’s the 2nd best deck in SA behind AO. It’s a pleasure to visit and soak everything in.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby Lightning McQueen » Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:57 am

LaughingKookaburra wrote:One of my must do’s when driving for leisure or work, like yours DTH is taking 5 minutes out of my time and checking out local footy grounds. Karen Rolton is another level and is better than any SANFL deck. I’d go as far and say it’s the 2nd best deck in SA behind AO. It’s a pleasure to visit and soak everything in.

That's a must for me when going to country towns.

Check out the playing surface at Long Plains if you're ever in the vicinity, the best I've seen.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby whufc » Mon Sep 30, 2019 8:37 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
LaughingKookaburra wrote:One of my must do’s when driving for leisure or work, like yours DTH is taking 5 minutes out of my time and checking out local footy grounds. Karen Rolton is another level and is better than any SANFL deck. I’d go as far and say it’s the 2nd best deck in SA behind AO. It’s a pleasure to visit and soak everything in.

That's a must for me when going to country towns.

Check out the playing surface at Long Plains if you're ever in the vicinity, the best I've seen.


I only played one game at Long Plains, made my only golden duck but just loved being out on the oval fielding. Was a great day.

Another to check out is Sevenhills ground, right on the Reisling Trail made the Advertisers top five grounds in SA last year
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby LaughingKookaburra » Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:44 pm

One of the beneficiaries of my job is my regional travel through Country Victoria and Southern NSW probably at least 2 weeks per month. Some of the grounds are just unreal. Tatura, Albury Tigers, Wangaratta Rovers, Horsham Demons, Echuca Bombers, Ararat, Bendigo, Red Cliffs, Swan Hill and Deniliquin Rams are just some of the peaches I’ve come across. There are many more that don’t come to mind yet. Mind you, not many of those mentioned clubs would get much change from $250k per year on their player budget so you would hope they saved some for their grounds.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby Mr Beefy » Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:30 am

LaughingKookaburra wrote:One of the beneficiaries of my job is my regional travel through Country Victoria and Southern NSW probably at least 2 weeks per month. Some of the grounds are just unreal. Tatura, Albury Tigers, Wangaratta Rovers, Horsham Demons, Echuca Bombers, Ararat, Bendigo, Red Cliffs, Swan Hill and Deniliquin Rams are just some of the peaches I’ve come across. There are many more that don’t come to mind yet. Mind you, not many of those mentioned clubs would get much change from $250k per year on their player budget so you would hope they saved some for their grounds.

$250k is well above the salary cap that has been introduced in recent years and substantially above any country league's cap, twice or three times as much in some cases.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby LaughingKookaburra » Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:53 pm

Sorry I should be more specific, I’m including support staff, coaches ect in that player payments amount also. Reckon the Ovens Murray Cap is around 180k from memory so the extras would definitely push them towards that mark. The way some of these bigger country clubs and leagues in Vic are managed is unbelievable.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby Footy Chick » Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:57 pm

LaughingKookaburra wrote:One of the beneficiaries of my job is my regional travel through Country Victoria and Southern NSW probably at least 2 weeks per month. Some of the grounds are just unreal. Tatura, Albury Tigers, Wangaratta Rovers, Horsham Demons, Echuca Bombers, Ararat, Bendigo, Red Cliffs, Swan Hill and Deniliquin Rams are just some of the peaches I’ve come across. There are many more that don’t come to mind yet. Mind you, not many of those mentioned clubs would get much change from $250k per year on their player budget so you would hope they saved some for their grounds.



Horsham Demons oval is the City Oval, which is just the towns main oval, which used to be shared with Horsham United before they merged with Natimuk -so it used to get used for 4 games every week and it ALWAYS looks like carpet, I barely remember ever seeing a drop of mud on that oval for the time I was there.

Managed by Council, as is Stawell and Ararat
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby LaughingKookaburra » Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:53 pm

Queen Elizabeth Oval in Bendigo is amazing also.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby Footy Chick » Fri Oct 11, 2019 10:36 pm

Chris Radetti has been announced as Athelstones coach for 2020.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby Down the Hill » Sat Oct 12, 2019 12:50 am

Brighton Bombers Presentation Night was held tonight. Over 100 at the Morphettville Junction.

A grade
1st - J.Carger
2nd - J.Boyle
3rd - O.Carthy

B grade
1st - E.Drew
2nd - J.Brown
3rd - T.Hoare

C grade
1st - J.Farrant
2nd - J.Watt
3rd - M.Pethick
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby jo172 » Sat Oct 12, 2019 5:35 pm

Reliably informed that Liam Davis won the PNU B & F from Brett Ancell.

Richly deserved.
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Re: Adelaide Footy League Division 1 - 2019

Postby The Bedge » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:19 am

jo172 wrote:Reliably informed that Liam Davis won the PNU B & F from Brett Ancell.

Richly deserved.

Not bad for a D6 footballer

Edit I mean someone who started out down those grades, no malice
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