Big screens at SANFL grounds?
Good ole boys long lunches?
It's only the last few years SA has some decent high end talent coming through, our current (hypothetical) state of origin team is very ordinary.
Exactly, the womens game/development was yet another failure of the SANFL. We didn't have the numbers here to even justify one AFLW club (hence the NT partnership).
For all the millions the two AFL clubs have pumped into the SANFL the development structure for females has been disgraceful.
I like how the Port Idiot reckons "its a cool story" that Port voted to not enter into the VFL at that time but to keep negotiating for a better deal. The VFL were hemorrhaging money and needed an SA team.
Port then undermined the whole process thinking how clever they were going behind the...
Certainly moving the ball quickly even if it is short kicks.
With a bit of luck we worked hard on our footskills over summer.
Hard to gauge with minimal pressure and no flood/zone but liking how we are trying to move the ball.
I don't think you will gave to say you are wrong.
It'll be "look how good this deal is for the Crows" - whilst conveniently benefiting the SANFL.
And some of us will ask "why did we accept that or why didn't we do that?"
You can hear the reply already "it was the best deal possible"
I'll disagree with you too, its up to the SANFL to make nods towards the SANFL greats and raise it for discussion with AFL history.
We are an AFL club it's not our place to do that, it has no relevance to us, these are SANFL greats that didn't play for us.
Time to embrace our own history not...