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  1. #601
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    Quote Originally Posted by holding_midfield View Post
    Bore draw. 0-0
    Thought it was an entertaining game. Suns absolutely dominated first half.

    What’s boring though, bringing your own drinks to local league football. Poor form.
    It's football, not s***er!!

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    Round 11 Stats & Predictions
    Saturday
    Swansea 2nd vs. Cardiff 9th

    - Swansea have scored 42 goals in their 10 games (4.2 per game), the highest in the league.
    - Only 29% (6/21) of Swansea’s points have come at home this season.
    - Swansea’s home goals difference is +1, while there away goal difference is +22.
    - Swansea have won their last 3 games in a row.
    - Swansea won the round 2 match up 4-0.
    - Cardiff are winless in 7 games.
    - 73% of Cardiff’s goals (8/11) have come on the road.
    Swansea 4-1

    R. Terrace 8th vs. Dudley 3rd
    - R. Terrace are 1 win away from historical expected relegation safety (12 points).
    - Dudley remain undefeated in 9 games.
    - R. Terrace have won 2 of their last 4 games.
    - Dudley drew 0-0 with Suns midweek.
    - R. Terrace have only scored 5 goals in their 4 home games.
    - Dudley won their round 2 match up 1-0.
    - 78% (7/9) of Dudley goals conceded have come on the road.
    Dudley 2-0

    Mayfield 1st vs. Kotara 4th
    - Mayfield’s D. Harvey is the competitions leading goal scorer with 13 goals.
    - Mayfield are now undefeated in 29 league games going back to round 17 of the 2017 season.
    - Mayfield won their round 2 match up 4-1.
    - Kotara have scored 67% of the goals away from home.
    - Kotara have only conceded 6 goals in their 5 away games.
    - Kotara have lost their last 2 away games.
    - Kotara won 3-1 against Cardiff in their midweek catch up game.
    Draw 1-1

    Barnsley 10th vs. Beresfield 6th
    - Barnsley have lost 9 games in a row.
    - 67% (6/9) of Barnsley’s goals scored have come at home this season.
    - Barnsley are conceding an average of 5 goals per game, while only scoring 1.
    - Bero. are sitting 9th on the away table, only picking up 4 of 14 points away from home.
    - Bero. won their round clash 6-1.
    Bero. 3-0

    Sunday
    Suns 5th vs. W. Bay 7th

    - Suns drew 0-0 midweek at home against Dudley.
    - W. Bay won their round 2 game 2-1.
    - W. Bay have won 2 of their last 3 games.
    - Suns have only conceded 5 of their 15 goals (33%) at home.
    - W. Bay have only conceded 7 of their 27 goals (26%) away from home.
    Suns 3-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by holding_midfield View Post
    Bore draw. 0-0
    Tough school it could of been 4-4. It was 2 teams trying to play football. Suns had the first half and Dudley the second. For me pretty entertaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lofty View Post
    What’s boring though, bringing your own drinks to local league football. Poor form.
    Nothing wrong with it if your club doesn't have a liquor license.

    Poor form on your clubs behalf if you do have one and allow them to consume their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundball Enthusiast View Post
    Nothing wrong with it if your club doesn't have a liquor license.

    Poor form on your clubs behalf if you do have one and allow them to consume their own.
    Yep, great advice. Everyone should just BYO at all grounds and just see what happens hey, perfect idea.
    It's football, not s***er!!

  6. #606
    Quote Originally Posted by Lofty View Post
    Yep, great advice. Everyone should just BYO at all grounds and just see what happens hey, perfect idea.
    Did you even read my comment? Maybe have another go and get back to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundball Enthusiast View Post
    Did you even read my comment? Maybe have another go and get back to me.
    I did. You said it's poor form from The Suns to 'allow' Dudley to bring their own drinks and drink them. That's rubbish. Every club in the comp has a liquor licence and everyone knows full well that you can't BYO. I struggle to see how you feel the blame is on the host club rather than the opposition club to knowingly do so.

    FYI. They were told not to, yet continued to do so.
    It's football, not s***er!!

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    Unfortunately it was some past players that turned up and did the wrong thing. The club is not happy at all with these guys as no matter what it’s respecting the rules. All clubs committees work hard and it’s very disappointing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lofty View Post
    I did. You said it's poor form from The Suns to 'allow' Dudley to bring their own drinks and drink them. That's rubbish. Every club in the comp has a liquor licence and everyone knows full well that you can't BYO. I struggle to see how you feel the blame is on the host club rather than the opposition club to knowingly do so.

    FYI. They were told not to, yet continued to do so.
    Then you call the cops, because if someone was consuming alcohol at your licenced venue and they do something that the alcohol had an affect on the you may be found liable as well.

    Pretty poor if it comes to this and very poor on the Dudley people for putting you in that situation. But the cops are the way to go, because they will definitely get them to stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldogs 1962 View Post
    Then you call the cops, because if someone was consuming alcohol at your licenced venue and they do something that the alcohol had an affect on the you may be found liable as well.

    Pretty poor if it comes to this and very poor on the Dudley people for putting you in that situation. But the cops are the way to go, because they will definitely get them to stop.
    Sorry ex Dudley people

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldogs 1962 View Post
    Then you call the cops, because if someone was consuming alcohol at your licenced venue and they do something that the alcohol had an affect on the you may be found liable as well.

    Pretty poor if it comes to this and very poor on the Dudley people for putting you in that situation. But the cops are the way to go, because they will definitely get them to stop.
    This.

    It's in the conditions and terms of your liquor license. Funny thing is, from you posting this, anyone can inform Liquor & Gaming NSW about the breach & that you (your club) didn't take the appropriate action for people consuming their own liquor at a licensed venue.

    How about you don't blame the club (or people) for your own inability to manage & adhere to your own liquor license.

    What if it was just some randoms who rocked up (not affiliated with any club), would you also allow them to continue to consume their own liquor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundball Enthusiast View Post
    This.

    It's in the conditions and terms of your liquor license. Funny thing is, from you posting this, anyone can inform Liquor & Gaming NSW about the breach & that you (your club) didn't take the appropriate action for people consuming their own liquor at a licensed venue.

    How about you don't blame the club (or people) for your own inability to manage & adhere to your own liquor license.

    What if it was just some randoms who rocked up (not affiliated with any club), would you also allow them to continue to consume their own liquor?
    Pretty sure this raised its head once before after a semi final against Bero at Connelly Park years ago. Some people - not at the venue for the football but enjoying beers in the park were approached. Heated words were exchanged. Tough to police if you don’t have an external fence in addition to the fenced playing field

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruud Van Nistelrooys Chin View Post
    Pretty sure this raised its head once before after a semi final against Bero at Connelly Park years ago. Some people - not at the venue for the football but enjoying beers in the park were approached. Heated words were exchanged. Tough to police if you don’t have an external fence in addition to the fenced playing field
    Correct it did! And It's truly sickening that these germs (not Dudley as a Club, the fools that did BYO) think it's appropriate! Words have been had with the coach and President. Next time the police will be called!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundball Enthusiast View Post
    This.

    It's in the conditions and terms of your liquor license. Funny thing is, from you posting this, anyone can inform Liquor & Gaming NSW about the breach & that you (your club) didn't take the appropriate action for people consuming their own liquor at a licensed venue.

    How about you don't blame the club (or people) for your own inability to manage & adhere to your own liquor license.

    What if it was just some randoms who rocked up (not affiliated with any club), would you also allow them to continue to consume their own liquor?
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    Mayfield vs. Kotara
    3rds. 6-0
    Res. 3-1
    1sts. 2-0

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    Terrace V Dudley
    3rds 0-5
    Res 1-2
    1st 0-7

    Lost another keeper to season ending injury unfortunately. 2 for the season 1 for 7 weeks never had a year where we lost so many keepers in a year

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWM View Post
    Correct it did! And It's truly sickening that these germs (not Dudley as a Club, the fools that did BYO) think it's appropriate! Words have been had with the coach and President. Next time the police will be called!
    Or just call the police the first time, you know... To save your club a fine and the possibility of losing your liquor license.

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    Seen many teams at many grounds sneak a 6 pack in the ute or bags and consume. Latest at new lambton this year in newfm.

    Now the Suns dont mind giving it hard but dont be the outraged whiny bitch now. yeah crack down at the ground but dont expect sympathy.

    btw is that guy with the broken leg playing again? boo hoo beers

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    Quote Originally Posted by traffic light View Post
    Seen many teams at many grounds sneak a 6 pack in the ute or bags and consume. Latest at new lambton this year in newfm.

    Now the Suns dont mind giving it hard but dont be the outraged whiny bitch now. yeah crack down at the ground but dont expect sympathy.

    btw is that guy with the broken leg playing again? boo hoo beers
    What’s it like having breath that smells like diarrhoea? Is it hard to talk to people in person when you dribble that much shit?
    It's football, not s***er!!

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    What happened between Swansea and Cardiff

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