Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
You do realise you will still be able to have a 20 min kick to kick at 3:40.
How is the change inevitable if the resounding majority want a day Grand Final? If I wanted to watch a crappy halftime show with fireworks, I'll watch the Superbowl. I'm convinced the AFL just love to find new ways to ruin our game.While McLachlan repeated that the change to evening was inevitable, he also said that a majority of the public still favoured retaining a day grand final, and that "incumbency often prevails'' in decision-making.
"I think it's inevitable, but that's a view about at some point in the future,'' he said.
McLachlan also said the decision was "not a money issue'' and that the league would not receive any further dollars from the broadcasters if they made the switch this year.
"Last year's grand final was one of the best days of sport I've been to ... what a day,'' said McLachlan, who would not be drawn on the recommendation.
"Every room I walk into, every online survey, every focus group - the majority want to keep it.
"You will find incumbency often prevails.''
source- the Age
Doesnt really sound like its a done deal to shift it