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    Quote Originally Posted by Goatscheese View Post
    So did the NPL Adamstown kick the WPL off #1 this weekend and force them over to Speers Point? Saw on facebook that it was moved due to anticipated wet weather of which the forecast was 0mm since Monday as their former star striker pointed out.

    Or is Adamstown so rich they can afford to lose a home game and the canteen money that goes with it?
    The ground was damaged after the NPL matches against Edgeworth on Sunday and has been closed all week. The NPL club has worked all week to repair it.

    NPL youth teams been looking at options to move their games also to ease pressure on the pitch this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Maradona View Post
    The ground was damaged after the NPL matches against Edgeworth on Sunday and has been closed all week. The NPL club has worked all week to repair it.

    NPL youth teams been looking at options to move their games also to ease pressure on the pitch this weekend.
    Went and watched my nephew play on there yesterday (Saturday) and held up quite well. Perhaps the WPL club got tricked so the women wouldn't put pressure on the pitch.
    Last edited by Goatscheese; 25-06-2017 at 01:07 PM.

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    There has not been any discussion in this thread regarding the article in last week's Herald regarding NNSW review of WPL?
    It is a good thing?
    Is apathy of the Clubs the problem the article suggests?

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    Id like to know, how a ground that has copped constant bagging this year with its field surface, gets to the host the WPL Grand Finals ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by GO AWAY View Post
    Id like to know, how a ground that has copped constant bagging this year with its field surface, gets to the host the WPL Grand Finals ????
    Which one has been given it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Dawson View Post
    There has not been any discussion in this thread regarding the article in last week's Herald regarding NNSW review of WPL?
    It is a good thing?
    Is apathy of the Clubs the problem the article suggests?
    Might work in changing to a 1st Grade, reserves, U17, U15 and U13 keep half decent girls in without them having to go and is not doing it at the expense of the younger age groups that struggle for numbers and quality.

    The issue might have been that the surverys were sent to the wrong people. Also how do they expect these clubs to bring their fields up to NPL standard in 3 years time?

    Heard Northern have also decided (and rightly) against allowing an 8th team to enter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goatscheese View Post
    Which one has been given it?
    Edgy

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    Where else would the game be played with enough seating?

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    Macquarie Field, Lyall Peacock, Cahill Oval, Lisle Carr, Adamstown Oval

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    Would be happy to give it to Adamstown considering they actually have a team in the comp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryker View Post
    Where else would the game be played with enough seating?
    What about playing at one of the best fields in Newcastle.

    While darling street doesn't have the number of seating available like other grounds, its a grand final, and should be played on the best pitches. There is enough space behind the goals and on the main side to sit / stand and enjoy good football played on a top pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Dawson View Post
    There has not been any discussion in this thread regarding the article in last week's Herald regarding NNSW review of WPL?
    It is a good thing?
    Is apathy of the Clubs the problem the article suggests?
    I would really like to say more on this, but will say

    Don't tar all the clubs because one (maybe) two clubs failed to respond.
    All the club administrators I have talked to are a little annoyed with the tone of the article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSSFC View Post
    What about playing at one of the best fields in Newcastle.

    While darling street doesn't have the number of seating available like other grounds, its a grand final, and should be played on the best pitches. There is enough space behind the goals and on the main side to sit / stand and enjoy good football played on a top pitch.
    Would love to see it at Hamilton. The work they put into their field is on par with Magic.

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    Anyone at the Southy vs Wallsend 1st grade game care to fill us in on it being abandoned? I saw some interesting photos that have since been removed.

    Does that mean it is called a draw, or neither team gets any points?

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    Quote Originally Posted by late_to_the_game View Post
    Anyone at the Southy vs Wallsend 1st grade game care to fill us in on it being abandoned? I saw some interesting photos that have since been removed.

    Does that mean it is called a draw, or neither team gets any points?
    Melee in 30th minute, NNSWF to rule on replay.

    http://www.theherald.com.au/story/48...raffic#slide=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by late_to_the_game View Post
    Anyone at the Southy vs Wallsend 1st grade game care to fill us in on it being abandoned? I saw some interesting photos that have since been removed.

    Does that mean it is called a draw, or neither team gets any points?
    According to Northern's regulations, the decision is up to Northern as to what happens after their investigation.

    Where were the photos you saw? The Herald have a few.

    Rather hilarious actually.

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    Bring back the biff, was Reg Reagan there ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GO AWAY View Post
    Bring back the biff, was Reg Reagan there ?
    Interesting call from Northern not to replay the fixture!! Everyones thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by football_macigian23 View Post
    Interesting call from Northern not to replay the fixture!! Everyones thoughts?
    South Wallsend would be filthy, id be more inclined to play it again, charge $5 entry at NNSW Park and donate to the Rhonda Rousey foundation, sell vodka cruisers and Bacardi breezers at $10 a pop, keep all the canteen expenses, make money from hiring the field, lock the gates after they kickoff and we could all stand around the cage and let the girls go for round 2 while we are drinking ciders............... I should be on NNSW marketing department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soccernut View Post
    Warners Bay u16's 3 defeated Adamstown u16's nil
    And where did the two teams end up? Warner's Bay failed to make the finals, the only WB team not to

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