Rank the Codes in NSW

Which is the best football code? Here you can have it out with other football fans.
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Fred; Isaac Smith - Temora.

Where exactly do you place the Beetson line pal???



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Anyway Fred....all good pal! Can you give us the best AFL team comprising Sydney born and bred players only?

That,d be a beauty!! Ta!!!



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Sat Aug 10, 2019 12:08 pm
AFL NSW/ACT will have 62 players representing the region during the 2019 Toyota AFL Season.

Including players who have played over 300 games such as Jarryd McVeigh and then newcomers looking to make their debut in 2019 such as Kieren Briggs, players from New South Wales and the ACT will feature in all AFL clubs, except Fremantle and North Melbourne.

The GWS GIANTS remain the club with the highest amount of local players involved, with 13 set to represent the orange and charcoal this year. Though they have been on the GIANTS’ list for a few years now, Zach Sproule and Matt Flynn will also be searching for their senior debut in 2019. The Sydney Swans house the second highest amount of players from the region with ten on their list.

Across the 18 teams, four AFL NSW/ACT players will captain their clubs. Phil Davis, who has Co-Captained the GWS GIANTS since the clubs’ inception has been named to do so again, as has Taylor Walker who will Co-Captain the Adelaide Crows for the fifth year in a row. Jarrod Witts will spend his first year as Co-Captain of the Gold Coast Suns, while Dane Rampe will be one of three Co-Captains at the Sydney Swans.


That’s just from NSW ..... Four captains. 300 plus game players.

I think a combined nsw qld team would be serviceable.
Freddy: Phil Davis lived in Canberra ACT till he was 14. Moved to Adelaide and played first senior games there. His NSW connections are tenuous to non existent. I won't check the others pal.



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Because Canberra doesn’t have a senior team, certainly not at 14, what are the SOO rules again?



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So in response to angloafl’s post, I think we can agree that a decent side could be put on the field from above the barrassi line.


Doing that for an nrl side combined from Victoria, south Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia would be quite the challenge. In fact.. could they put a team on the field at all this year ?


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Because Canberra doesn’t have a senior team, certainly not at 14, what are the SOO rules again?
Canberra don't have senior teams?? Courtesy of the Australian parliament being moved from Melbourne to Canberra in 1927 the ACT has a strong AFL scene.

And SOO rules state the first game played in the respective state after age of 16. If that applied here the bloke would play for SA.



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Sat Aug 10, 2019 7:04 pm
So in response to angloafl’s post, I think we can agree that a decent side could be put on the field from above the barrassi line.


Doing that for an nrl side combined from Victoria, south Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia would be quite the challenge. In fact.. could they put a team on the field at all this year ?
Probably not Freddy. But the point of this conversation is your proclamations about AFL players above the Beetson line. Please give us the best ever AFL team born and bred in Sydney. It'll be a bewdy!!!!!

And I understand you no longer engage with me. Good move for the obvious reasons. So you don't have to address me just post the team. Thanks mate.



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Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:
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NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:48 pm
Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:
Yeah mate, AFL definitely No 4 code in NSW overall. The Swans do very well, but GWS have got nothing apart from the AFL propaganda machine. Rugby and Soccer are both struggling but via the Socceroo's and Wallabies they're both safely in front of the AFL in the great state of NSW.

Them's the fact's folks.



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NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:48 pm
Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:

So tell me... on what measure does rugby union or soccer beat Australian Rules week in and week out. At least soccer has good junior numbers. At least afl is shown weekly on FTA. Australian Rules has definitely taken over and don’t you hate it. Ditch does protest a little too much me thinks.
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Sat Aug 10, 2019 10:23 pm
NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:48 pm
Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:

So tell me... on what measure does rugby union or soccer beat Australian Rules week in and week out. At least soccer has good junior numbers. At least afl is shown weekly on FTA. Australian Rules has definitely taken over and don’t you hate it. Ditch does protest a little too much me thinks.
Who's Ditch pal???



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Fred wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 7:04 pm
So in response to angloafl’s post, I think we can agree that a decent side could be put on the field from above the barrassi line.


Doing that for an nrl side combined from Victoria, south Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia would be quite the challenge. In fact.. could they put a team on the field at all this year ?
That's great Freddy. Can you please list the team from above the Barassi line. Like anyone, everyone north of Wagga. Thanks pal.



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NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:48 pm
Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:

So what channel can I tune in to see our home town NSW Waratahs in the rugby? Or what bout our local Sydney FC or Western Sydney Wanderers games in the soccer?


Meanwhile, FYI, the Port Adelaide vs Sydney game in the AFL was on Channel 7 yesterday. :>::


By your very own logic AFL = Number 2 code in NSW. :cheers:


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Fred wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 10:23 pm
NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:48 pm
Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:

So tell me... on what measure does rugby union or soccer beat Australian Rules week in and week out. At least soccer has good junior numbers. At least afl is shown weekly on FTA. Australian Rules has definitely taken over and don’t you hate it.
They are not liking the reality in NSW that’s for sure. :rofl:


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NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:48 pm
Just turned on the TV. Rugby on Ch 10, NRL on Ch 9 and AFL is on Ch 7s lowest rating channel (7mate).

AFL number 2 in NSW... Pretty comical actually :lol:

You can't even get Channel 7 to play your live games on it's main channel. :cool:
YEah!

Cause what I do is base my opinions of a couple of games a ye.....wait a minute this is how you guys do origin too!

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