In the AIC comp rules if a team has a certain number of players missing for rep teams the game must be moved.Due to QLD rep trials next weekend - both teams have players missing so a gentlemen’s agreement between schools i think.
With nationals in the June/July holidays holding it now allows teams to get finalised, etc. AAGPS, GPS and the other Sydney schoolboy comps play in Term 3 and the Sydney school associations have players selected in their teams too. Sydney’centric I guess.In the AIC comp rules if a team has a certain number of players missing for rep teams the game must be moved.
You’d think that running the U18’s State Champs at the end of week 9 would make more sense.
Tell us more.Well, Well, Well. Three holes in the ground. All I can say is that it was a disappointing end to a good game. I might not know much about the specific rules, but I do know you cannot end the game with a penalty. It's almost the same as competing in a swimming race but instead, you are on a speedboat while the others swim by themselves.
what happened? Ileft at halftime but Villa were on the comeback?Time to break the ice fellas. R. O. B. B. E. D.
That has got to be one of the most atrocious reffing performances in aic history. Villanova should have come out on top. The final call to end the game was not the right one to say the least, its like picking up the ball in basketball and running laps of the court, now that is DEFINITELY not legal. With the highest recorded single team crowd ever in aic, they were the real winners.
Nothing went wrong, Villa crybabies back at it. The last call was a knock on and not a penalty thus why padua got ball back. If anything, calls were questionable for padua come lineout not being straight.Would love to know where the ref went wrong as this was an important game for both teams!
remember back in the day when MCA were good?Nobody wants another Laurie’s premiership. Worst losers and winners in the AIC even claiming 2020 but would have been flogged by MCA if the grand final was played.