Who cares about these games? I wanna see "House" Kora win the boat race for the Steamers vs Drovers.
Bit of a shit scenario all round, bu totally understandable.
I don't know about the local footy PB, but Netball was one parent only for 12's and.
Let's hope Rugby is the real winner!!! Hopefully the punters get to drink cold beers on the hill and watch their teams run round, let's cross our.
I don't know about kick-off times but the rankings look like this:
1 - 1st Grade; 2 - Women's; 3 - 2nd Grade; 4 - 3rd Grade.
I assume that the.
Righto guys, we've all got a point of view on the draw and we all understand that it was never going to be perfect.
Focus on the positives here.
I was lucky enough to have the guided tour of the Coota clubhouse recently and the Tri-Colours deserve the wraps for that setup over there, its.
Referee Comms has been very quiet over the COVID period, however I would expect roughly the same numbers to be available which was somewhere around.
It's a pretty rough situation for all concerned in my view. Clubs are not in a great position to see where there numbers are, there are safety.
It's disappointing to see that Hay are out for the season, hopefully they can come back in 2021 - possibly even have some players running around for.
Good points @Bubba.
I reckon it makes sense to just run with 1st Grade and Women's in the first instance. Let clubs organise scratch matches for.
Hypocrisy in action hey PB!
For mine, I want to see local footy back as soon as possible but it needs to be safe and it needs to make sense.
The mechanics are interesting aren't they. Are clubs expected to lock the gates if numbers go over the 100 people? Are player's issued with a.
SIRU should kick off an online "Jonah Lomu Rugby" (or whatever the latest and greatest is.) Tournament.
Sponsor the teams from their local.
2020 will be remembered in a similar vein to 9/11
We will remember things as "pre" and "post" COVID-19, it really is affecting every aspect of our.
EDIT, just checked my qualifications, they were updated last year. I reckon other referees would have had theirs done around the same time also.
At least May according to ARU media releases.
Yep, not good at all and definitely not what the referee association or zone want to see..
Thanks mate, increasing the km rate is probably the easiest option, but I do understand that it probably doesn't work for all situations.
I heard good things out of the Wagga City trials in Hall, it seems there are some positive vibes coming out of the Lollies early this year and great.
My take on this is it's a double-edged sword. I understand that it's the way of the future, but I don't agree with it and I also doubt it will.
I don't have a problem with this, I reckon a player would appreciate being part of the process rather than the referee just telling them that.
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