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Re: Southern Football League

Postby TheAce » Wed Apr 21, 2021 1:17 pm

If true FHFC Under 13 coach wouldn't be the only official working at a club without police clearance, from experience there would be another club that particular persons have never had a police clearance poor when you think about it.
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby tigerpie » Wed Apr 21, 2021 1:45 pm

Pretty certain police clearance us mandatory.
If not, it should be.
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby Brodlach » Wed Apr 21, 2021 3:33 pm

Happy Valley just got a bit stronger with Al Fleming joining them
July 11th 2012....
Brodlach wrote:Rory Laird might end up the best IMO, he is an absolute jet. He has been in great form at the Bloods
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby tigerpie » Sat Apr 24, 2021 6:57 pm

Sports.tg crashed again.
Someone remind me what century we're in?
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby KegLeg » Sun Apr 25, 2021 10:05 pm

So.... how good are Morphett Vale? Between them and Reynella, are they the biggest threat to Flaggies? Sometimes it’s easy to dismiss round one results but looked like the emus pushed the falcons, and have heard they were unlucky not to pinch it. Hard not to be impressed with Reynella also. Know Cove are struggling but to keep a team goalless is a phenomenal effort!
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby minibusakahalfacoach » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:29 pm

KegLeg wrote:So.... how good are Morphett Vale? Between them and Reynella, are they the biggest threat to Flaggies? Sometimes it’s easy to dismiss round one results but looked like the emus pushed the falcons, and have heard they were unlucky not to pinch it. Hard not to be impressed with Reynella also. Know Cove are struggling but to keep a team goalless is a phenomenal effort!



Flies 13,15,17,B grade, A grade held the whole Cove club to 5 goals total for the whole day!! :shock: :shock:
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby scottroo » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:33 pm

Morphett vale were top quality against us.

Tough, skilled with some good targets forward of the ball.

Maybe a little suspect for height at times
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby Turbo » Tue Apr 27, 2021 9:01 pm

minibusakahalfacoach wrote:
KegLeg wrote:So.... how good are Morphett Vale? Between them and Reynella, are they the biggest threat to Flaggies? Sometimes it’s easy to dismiss round one results but looked like the emus pushed the falcons, and have heard they were unlucky not to pinch it. Hard not to be impressed with Reynella also. Know Cove are struggling but to keep a team goalless is a phenomenal effort!



Flies 13,15,17,B grade, A grade held the whole Cove club to 5 goals total for the whole day!! :shock: :shock:
The 15’s and B’s were close though


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Re: Southern Football League

Postby KegLeg » Sun May 02, 2021 2:19 pm

Jee whiz. What a weekend of results. Serious problems at Christies Beach. Hearing rumours of some unrest. Some players. Some committee members. Watch this space.
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby tigerpie » Sun May 02, 2021 8:12 pm

KegLeg wrote:Jee whiz. What a weekend of results. Serious problems at Christies Beach. Hearing rumours of some unrest. Some players. Some committee members. Watch this space.

They're missing Mazey and Nobes pretty badly I would think.
Is Mazey injured?
No J Crate either.
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby Look Good In Leather » Sun May 02, 2021 9:40 pm

KegLeg wrote:Jee whiz. What a weekend of results. Serious problems at Christies Beach. Hearing rumours of some unrest. Some players. Some committee members. Watch this space.


"unrest" seems a bit like you are trying to stir the pot.

A few challenges with injuries, Mazey (2020 Mail Medallist) & Crate (2020 Best and Fairest) out at the moment, along with Hoey (injured during trial game) and Powell (season - knee) has currently weakened the midfield. Also having Jolly and Carter out is a loss at each end, with a few more scattered around also injured is testing depth.

Positive of all that is that a number of young lads are getting games who may have been a bit further back in the queue, which will hopefully set us up for the coming years, especially with the talent coming through the juniors at the moment. Less experience in the side will cause more inconsistency, and as such results are not up to what we would hope.

All credit to Morphett Vale and Cove over the past two weeks, both have been great against us and deserved their wins. From the results this week, the competition looks very healthy with no clear pecking order at the moment.
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby KegLeg » Mon May 03, 2021 6:23 pm

Look Good In Leather wrote:
KegLeg wrote:Jee whiz. What a weekend of results. Serious problems at Christies Beach. Hearing rumours of some unrest. Some players. Some committee members. Watch this space.


"unrest" seems a bit like you are trying to stir the pot.

A few challenges with injuries, Mazey (2020 Mail Medallist) & Crate (2020 Best and Fairest) out at the moment, along with Hoey (injured during trial game) and Powell (season - knee) has currently weakened the midfield. Also having Jolly and Carter out is a loss at each end, with a few more scattered around also injured is testing depth.

Positive of all that is that a number of young lads are getting games who may have been a bit further back in the queue, which will hopefully set us up for the coming years, especially with the talent coming through the juniors at the moment. Less experience in the side will cause more inconsistency, and as such results are not up to what we would hope.

All credit to Morphett Vale and Cove over the past two weeks, both have been great against us and deserved their wins. From the results this week, the competition looks very healthy with no clear pecking order at the moment.


Sorry I am only going off what I’ve heard from a couple of different sources. Seems very early in the season for that to be true.

Looks to be a pretty even competition but still Flaggies seem a fair way ahead of the rest. But from that point on it looks like you can throw a blanket over the rest with Reynella leading the pack at the moment.
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby King » Tue May 04, 2021 8:30 pm

Can anyone provide a final score from the Vikings / Porties C grade game last Sunday?
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby whitepointers » Wed May 05, 2021 10:23 pm

King wrote:Can anyone provide a final score from the Vikings / Porties C grade game last Sunday?


Porties won 54-45 or close to that score
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby Second Team » Sun May 09, 2021 11:26 am

Felt a little bit sorry for Cove A grade yesterday. While they had a massive score kicked against them they kept trying and taking the game on. It looked a bit like men v boys at times but they have some good young kids and will improve. Number 11 for them looks a player for the future.
Well done to Flaggies. Very good team effort by all. :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Re: Southern Football League

Postby KegLeg » Sun May 09, 2021 11:14 pm

I said it before and I’ll say it again. Big problems at Christie’s Beach causing some discontent amongst players and committee members. The rumblings are louder than last week, as they should be after a 100pt thrashing. Makes you worry about what’s to come.
Other than Reynella and Flaggies, in my opinion the top 5 remains a mystery. Valleys have been impressive. But throw a blanket over the rest. Perhaps it’s more about who will struggle the least. I mean Cove are currently 5th but lost by over 200pts on the weekend.
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