It's a different set of parameters though if it's a same sex relationship for obvious reasons.But the child and player would have no biological connection.
Don't want to make it too low a number such that every (wo)man and dog qualify.Not going to get many if playing 50 games is the qualification mark for the ladies.
So under what you are proposing then, Daisy Pearce, Erin Phillips and Chelsea Randall kids wont be eligible, I think that is flawed.Don't want to make it too low a number such that every (wo)man and dog qualify.
I think 50 would be about right. If the competition expands and the number of games per season increases then 50 may not be enough. Approximately 5 x number of games in a season pretty close to what should be aimed at.
There wouldn't be many qualified at the moment, but the comp is only just getting going, and within a couple of years 50 games will be quite common.
I'm assuming Ms Medhurst was more durable than Sam "12 games a year" Butler?AFL footy is so weird, like in any other context you'd be some horrific eugenicist for being like, looks like good genes, athletic build - good offspring on the way.
When Sam Butler and Nat Medhurst had a kid my first thought wasn't good for him, after a marriage breakup, that's lovely - it was, look at those genes! Now that's a good bloodline - lock 'em in for 200 games.