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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmcc2911 View Post
    Student could you clarify, you so say 9 or more NEAFL then cant play but then say 9 regular season games only can play. What is the difference ?
    Tks
    I think he means if you include Finals games in the totals but im pretty sure it only goes off regular season games

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    Is this a different by Law - Subject to By-law 6.18, any player, who is a listed Sydney University NEAFL player (primary or rookie list), must have played a minimum of six (6) home and away games in the current season for his AFL Sydney aligned club to be eligible to compete in the AFL Sydney Premier Division finals. NDS players must have played a minimum of three (3) home and away games in the current season for his AFL Sydney aligned club to be eligible to compete in the AFL Sydney Premier Division finals.

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    My bad - it is 9 or more h&a NE games, so Manteit (8) would qualify but not Wilson or Loneragan as they played 10. Players also need to have played a minimum of 6 Sydney AFL games to qualify so whilst guys like Austin Lucy and Matt Rawlinson played less than 9, they don't qualify because they didn't play enough Sydney AFL.

    If we had won on Saturday any listed player would be eligible to play for Penno or NS in the Prelim irrespective of qualification.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pmcc2911 View Post
    Student could you clarify, you so say 9 or more NEAFL then cant play but then say 9 regular season games only can play. What is the difference ?
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    This ties in with the 9 game rule - so if a player has played 8 NEAFL games but only 5 Sydney AFL games they are ineligible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pmcc2911 View Post
    Is this a different by Law - Subject to By-law 6.18, any player, who is a listed Sydney University NEAFL player (primary or rookie list), must have played a minimum of six (6) home and away games in the current season for his AFL Sydney aligned club to be eligible to compete in the AFL Sydney Premier Division finals. NDS players must have played a minimum of three (3) home and away games in the current season for his AFL Sydney aligned club to be eligible to compete in the AFL Sydney Premier Division finals.

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    We are seeing it all in finals once again, the "managing" of lists. Good luck to them (4th div flag for UTS?)

    Though it appears that next year it will become less prevalent with the new format, especially for the first grades of clubs (ie: non-premier 1st grade teams will only face up to the team they have played all year, not fly-ins from Prem Div )

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShortHalfHead View Post
    We are seeing it all in finals once again, the "managing" of lists. Good luck to them (4th div flag for UTS?)
    Fingers crossed magic roll them this week. Magic deserve to be there.

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    I for one would love to see them beat St.George in Division Four.

    Wests have Div 5 wrapped up, Eurell bagged 9 on the weekend - handy to have a bloke of his ability playing against beginners!

    Quote Originally Posted by ShortHalfHead View Post
    We are seeing it all in finals once again, the "managing" of lists. Good luck to them (4th div flag for UTS?)

    Though it appears that next year it will become less prevalent with the new format, especially for the first grades of clubs (ie: non-premier 1st grade teams will only face up to the team they have played all year, not fly-ins from Prem Div )

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Student View Post
    I for one would love to see them beat St.George in Division Four.

    Wests have Div 5 wrapped up, Eurell bagged 9 on the weekend - handy to have a bloke of his ability playing against beginners!
    Yep, a couple from Wests were openly bragging about it. "Had an off day, only kicked 9.2"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShortHalfHead View Post
    Yep, a couple from Wests were openly bragging about it. "Had an off day, only kicked 9.2"
    I bet when he reflects on playing premier division, the moment that will trump it is winning d5 football in Sydney AFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShortHalfHead View Post
    Yep, a couple from Wests were openly bragging about it. "Had an off day, only kicked 9.2"
    And not the best from what ive heard...
    Etto
    Lemme
    Hudson
    To name a few others in the mix. Not sure who would still qualify if their Div2 was out though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giants View Post
    And not the best from what ive heard...
    Etto
    Lemme
    Hudson
    To name a few others in the mix. Not sure who would still qualify if their Div2 was out though?
    rather see wests win div 5 then uts win div 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrns View Post
    I bet when he reflects on playing premier division, the moment that will trump it is winning d5 football in Sydney AFL
    A handful of old, slow Wests boys, a good 10 years past their prime, running on 1 leg most of them, get together for a kick but woe betide them if they win a game. Is this serious?
    Just cancel every low division now shall we.
    Why would Wests stack a major semi and risk losing an elimation final in the higher grade? Most people on this site weren't even born the last time a Wests lower grade opens men's team won a comp and it's only 1 first grade premiership in 40 years.
    So how about easing up on the true battlers of the competition and keep sticking it up UTS, SU or ECE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coastal Boy View Post
    A handful of old, slow Wests boys, a good 10 years past their prime, running on 1 leg most of them, get together for a kick but woe betide them if they win a game. Is this serious?
    Just cancel every low division now shall we.
    Why would Wests stack a major semi and risk losing an elimation final in the higher grade? Most people on this site weren't even born the last time a Wests lower grade opens men's team won a comp and it's only 1 first grade premiership in 40 years.
    So how about easing up on the true battlers of the competition and keep sticking it up UTS, SU or ECE.
    Nothing wrong with the older guys throwing in the towel and spending a full season playing the lower grade, but the moment you have any player making appearances in premier division games and div 5 games in the same season, you begin to question the whole teams reputation as a "division 5" football side

    e.g.

    Player statistics for Jordan Etto - SportsTG

    6 games of premier division this season (with 13 games last season). Currently playing D5 not D2???
    Last edited by mrns; 5th September 2017 at 02:23 PM.

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