Takes it away from the spotlight a bit, though certainly you would still be able to extract some value out of it. More through being able to control a player development for longer and a bit of extra intel on some local talents. Plus, really, any pathway that gives us easy access to SA based players is something we do need to maximise, if not to just have a more local flavour to our side (especially as it would culminate in a cat B pathway which would mean we'd be able to operate with a larger list).With the rule changes, why would you bother with an academy? You are only sure of getting someone from the 3rd round onwards which is big deal.
So you have to join and pay to listen?Mutineer, you'd like this podcast.
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No, that's just the link my podcast app gave when I shared it.So you have to join and pay to listen?
The kid has a Sports scholarship at Blackfriars is my understanding the same as Tariek had.....1st class schooling as opposed to public schooling in Pt.Augusta....Nah.Didnt West Coast hide one of their players away out of sight from scouts?
We could always do that, train with us. Play back home in Port Augusta or something.
Out of sight, out of mind, draft the kid.
Would we use Blackfriars and 1st class in the same sentence?The kid has a Sports scholarship at Blackfriars is my understanding the same as Tariek had.....1st class schooling as opposed to public schooling in Pt.Augusta....Nah.
Dudley and O'Loughlin the front runners to get drafted. Aidan Holland have heard him mentioned too.These are our NGA players for 2021
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