Phil Kearns (64)
Just an assumption. The state Aussie rugby is in I can't see the Subbies guys pulling in big $$$.
Not sure what the circumstances were with Dundas, though an all-in seems unlikely as there were no opposition players suspended. There was an earlier list which had a number of (I think) Fairvale players suspended, after a game was called off with Rockdale.
Am I right in thinking that once you hit a certain number of red cards and/or suspensions you breach the allowable level and get deducted competition points? I remember a few years ago teams missing the finals because they'd had too many cards and/or suspensions.
There were Fairvale registered players suspended after the 15 May round though?
From the info I gathered, many players from our Halligan Cup side had defected to St George. They were having trouble with numbers and the players were after regular game time (A problem the removal of 5th Div created). There was an incident (I don't know the full details) that occured during one of their matches that had several defected players suspended. I guess this is where the confusion lies.
Ryan Cross, Drew Mitchell to add to that list, plus a few others from OS.I'm always fascinated by this talk of subbies players being paid. I know it happens but to what extent I'm not sure. There are supposed big name subbies players but I must confess I have never heard of any of them. Apart from Matt Dunning and Matt Giteau.
So they were Fairval registered players playing for St George?
Wouldn't that still mean that Fairvale have breached the tolerable levels?
Newcastle-based streaming company BarTV did their first Subbies game yesterday - Mosman v Balmain. Watched most of it, was a cracking game, full game is at this link:
So Fairvale players have switched clubs and committed an offence playing for their new club. Because they're still registered as Fairvale players, somehow you think Fairvale is still responsible for these players actions?
If for some reason you think Fairvale are still responsible, what appropiate penalties would you apply. These are Halligan Cup players might I add, would you go even further and deduct points from the Meldrum Cup team?
It was excellent, got home from schoolboy footy, played it on the big screen via apple TV and pretended it was live. Only spoilt by the constant talking of the ref. There was no commentary, so the only audio was the miked up ref.
As a mate of mine said "10 tries, 3 yellow cards, 1red and a dog! Great win Mosman.. Love suburban rugby."