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    RWO Game Day Thread - Round 8 - June 3-4

    Saturday 3rd June

    Bensons Lane
    12:00 Nor-West Jets v Penrith Rams Division Five
    14:10 Nor-West Jets v North Shore Bombers Division Three

    Blacktown ISP No 2
    9:00 Western Magic v South West Sydney Magpies (Clash) Division Four
    11:00 Western Magic v Newtown Breakaways Women's Division One
    15:00 Western Magic v Sydney University Division One

    Fairfax Reserve
    9:00 South West Cats v Wests Goannas Under 19s Division Two
    11:00 Camden Cats v Penrith Rams Division Three
    13:00 Camden Cats v UTS Bats Division Five
    15:10 Camden Cats v UTS Bats Division One
    17:10 Camden Cats v Manly Warringah Wolves Women's Division One

    Henson Park
    8:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Wollongong Saints Women's Division One
    10:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Newtown Breakaways Women's Premier Division
    12:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v St George Dragons Division Four
    14:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs (White PD Jumper) v St George Dragons (Clash) Premier Division

    Kanebridge Oval
    9:00 East Coast Eagles v Sydney University (Clash) Division Four
    11:00 East Coast Eagles v Sydney University (Clash) Division Two
    13:00 East Coast Eagles v Sydney University (Clash) Premier Division
    15:45 East Coast Eagles v St George Dragons Under 19s Division One

    Mahoney Park (HJ Mahoney Mem Res)
    12:00 Balmain Tigers v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Three
    14:00 Balmain Tigers v St George Dragons Division One

    Mike Kenny Oval (Greenway Park)
    10:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Manly Warringah Wolves Under 19s Division One
    12:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Southern Power Division One
    14:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Manly Warringah Wolves Premier Division

    Mike Kenny Oval (Greenway Park) - Bottom Oval
    10:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Manly Warringah Wolves Division Four
    12:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Manly Warringah Wolves Division Two
    14:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Auburn-Penrith Giants Women's Division One

    Mona Park
    10:30 Auburn-Penrith Giants v Macquarie University Women's Premier Division
    12:30 Penrith Rams v St George Dragons Under 19s Division Two

    Mortgage Choice Oval
    8:20 North Shore Bombers v South West Sydney Magpies (Clash) Women's Division One
    10:10 North Shore Bombers v Southern Power Under 19s Division Two
    12:00 North Shore Bombers v Western Suburbs Magpies (Clash) Division Five
    14:00 North Shore Bombers v Western Suburbs Magpies (Clash) Premier Division
    16:45 North Shore Bombers v Western Suburbs Magpies (Clash) Division Two

    Sydney Uni No 1 Oval
    10:00 Sydney University v Campbelltown Blues Division Five
    12:00 Sydney University Bombers v Campbelltown Blues Women's Division One
    14:00 Sydney University Bombers v Southern Power Women's Premier Division

    Trumper Park
    10:00 UTS Bats v Southern Power Division Four
    12:00 UTS Bats v Penrith Rams Division Two
    14:00 UTS Shamrocks v Western Wolves Women's Premier Division

    University Oval (Macquarie University)
    13:00 Macquarie University v Wollondilly Knights Division Five
    15:00 Macquarie University v Campbelltown Blues Division Three
    17:00 Macquarie University v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division One


    Sunday 4th June

    Hannaford Oval
    13:00 Wollondilly Knights v Randwick City Saints Division Two
    15:00 Wollondilly Knights v East Coast Eagles Women's Division One
    Henson Park
    10:00 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Five
    12:00 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v North Shore Bombers Under 19s Division One
    14:00 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v South West Sydney Magpies Division Two

    Bye
    UTS Bats Premier Division
    Sydney University Under 19s Division One
    Western Blues Under 19s Division Two
    Randwick City Saints Division Five
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    Australian Football. It's what makes our country great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norris Lurker View Post
    Good wrap; with those young doggies looking the goods.

    Were there any forfeits on the weekend or did we get through a full round? Also do we have any undefeated teams so far in 2017 except for Saviour' Div2 side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giants View Post
    Good wrap; with those young doggies looking the goods.

    Were there any forfeits on the weekend or did we get through a full round? Also do we have any undefeated teams so far in 2017 except for Saviour' Div2 side?
    Undefeated ; St George Div 1 (Not saviours team) North Shore Div 2. Camden Div 3 (Thought you would know that one) St George Div 4 (Saviours team) St George - 19's Div 1, Wollongong - Women's D1.

    Forfeits - South-West Sydney forfeited to North Shore (Womens D1) South West Sydney forfeited to Blacktown (Div 4) Parra forfeited to UNSW (Div 5)

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    Also Sydney Uni undefeated in Womens Prems.
    Another forfeit - Campbelltown forfeited Div 5 to Sydney Uni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norris Lurker View Post
    Also Sydney Uni undefeated in Womens Prems.
    Another forfeit - Campbelltown forfeited Div 5 to Sydney Uni.
    Ah yes, forgot Sydney Uni in Women's Prem Div.

    I also thought that Town forfeited to Sydney Uni, but the blues had a team listed and some goalscorers: CAMPBELLTOWN BLUES
    Goal Kickers: C. Schafer 3, K. Chisholm, B. Minns, K. Bradley
    Best Players: C. Schafer, K. Chisholm, D. Carey, S. Alexander, A. Bowen, J. Hinton

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    UNSW- ES are the deal this year. great team work around a good coach in S Pollock

    No comments from saviour01 yet (1 of the 2 that post) - was on 8.30pm last Sat week
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    Maybe that's why they call him Mini Bus (1/2 a Coach)

    St George not to make the 5 this year Ha Ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShortHalfHead View Post
    Ah yes, forgot Sydney Uni in Women's Prem Div.

    I also thought that Town forfeited to Sydney Uni, but the blues had a team listed and some goalscorers: CAMPBELLTOWN BLUES
    Goal Kickers: C. Schafer 3, K. Chisholm, B. Minns, K. Bradley
    Best Players: C. Schafer, K. Chisholm, D. Carey, S. Alexander, A. Bowen, J. Hinton
    No forfeit. Looking at their facebook site there was an issue with Uni having too many players on the ground for a qtr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clubman View Post
    UNSW- ES are the deal this year. great team work around a good coach in S Pollock

    No comments from saviour01 yet (1 of the 2 that post) - was on 8.30pm last Sat week
    - Red and White WASH!
    Maybe that's why they call him Mini Bus (1/2 a Coach)

    St George not to make the 5 this year Ha Ha
    Harsh feedback for the self appointed captain coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pekay View Post
    Harsh feedback for the self appointed captain coach.
    Wrong there mate. only what I saw on there weekends game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuttsy View Post
    No forfeit. Looking at their facebook site there was an issue with Uni having too many players on the ground for a qtr
    Interesting. When I was putting the divisional results up last night the Sydney AFL website had Sydney Uni defeating Campbelltown with no scores; similar to how a forfeit is shown. And the game wasn't in the results email.

    If anyone played that game or saw it, was a count called?
    I've often wondered how you'd record a game where a team had their score wiped on SportsTG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norris Lurker View Post
    Interesting. When I was putting the divisional results up last night the Sydney AFL website had Sydney Uni defeating Campbelltown with no scores; similar to how a forfeit is shown. And the game wasn't in the results email.

    If anyone played that game or saw it, was a count called?
    I've often wondered how you'd record a game where a team had their score wiped on SportsTG.
    Basically, the offending team has it's score wiped if found to have too many players on field. In div 5, the match is 16 aside, unless both teams have 19 or more players. if one or both teams have 18 or less, you play 16 aside unless both coaches, in consultation with the umpires, agree to play 17 or 18 aside. If a team has too many players on the field, their score reverts back to zero until match numbers are correct, then scoring can resume. So basically if you are going to pull the stunt, best to wait and call for a headcount late in the game, when the offending team can't flash home and win

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