State of the Game: 2018 TV Ratings

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Great stuff Wookie.


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Very precise. Very factual. Well done Wookie.


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The_Wookie wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2019 2:20 pm to be honest, disappointed a the level of information provided in the NRL report.
What other information should there have been Wookie??


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Next the mongos will come in going blah blah blah about touch footy and yet still use ozkick numbers.

You can't use touch footy it's not rl waaaaaaaaaaaaah when infact touch and tag rl are a hellava lot older than ozkick is and has been national for decades longer.

Truth again (btw not having a go at this thread which breaks it all down well, just getting in first).
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ParraEelsNRL wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 5:52 am Next the mongos will come in going blah blah blah about touch footy and yet still use ozkick numbers.

You can't use touch footy it's not rl waaaaaaaaaaaaah when infact touch and tag rl are a hellava lot older than ozkick is and has been national for decades longer.

Truth again (btw not having a go at this thread which breaks it all down well, just getting in first).
Thick shit, out of every 3rd party data collection taken for sporting participation rates shows the afl numbers to be decades ahead of league

Btw this is a tv ratings thread :(/


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No, RL is a much bigger sport than girtbysea ball.


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The_Wookie wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:24 pm
ParraEelsNRL wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 5:52 am Next the mongos will come in going blah blah blah about touch footy and yet still use ozkick numbers.

You can't use touch footy it's not rl waaaaaaaaaaaaah when infact touch and tag rl are a hellava lot older than ozkick is and has been national for decades longer.

Truth again (btw not having a go at this thread which breaks it all down well, just getting in first).
Im hoping to do particpation figures when I next have free time. Wont be this weekend - moving to Tassie over the weekend.

I tend to use both a combined NRL & Touch number, as well as separate figures for both. Keeps everybody happy. (same as I did with NRL crowd numbers last year reporting both traditional and new NRL methods of counting double headers).
Great Work Wookie>>


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The_Wookie wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:24 pm
ParraEelsNRL wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 5:52 am Next the mongos will come in going blah blah blah about touch footy and yet still use ozkick numbers.

You can't use touch footy it's not rl waaaaaaaaaaaaah when infact touch and tag rl are a hellava lot older than ozkick is and has been national for decades longer.

Truth again (btw not having a go at this thread which breaks it all down well, just getting in first).
Im hoping to do particpation figures when I next have free time. Wont be this weekend - moving to Tassie over the weekend.

I tend to use both a combined NRL & Touch number, as well as separate figures for both. Keeps everybody happy. (same as I did with NRL crowd numbers last year reporting both traditional and new NRL methods of counting double headers).
Very fair Wookie. Some of the most exciting players in the NRL have honed their skills in touch footy. A very important component of the overall game.


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Terry wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 3:58 pm
The_Wookie wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:24 pm
ParraEelsNRL wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 5:52 am Next the mongos will come in going blah blah blah about touch footy and yet still use ozkick numbers.

You can't use touch footy it's not rl waaaaaaaaaaaaah when infact touch and tag rl are a hellava lot older than ozkick is and has been national for decades longer.

Truth again (btw not having a go at this thread which breaks it all down well, just getting in first).
Im hoping to do particpation figures when I next have free time. Wont be this weekend - moving to Tassie over the weekend.

I tend to use both a combined NRL & Touch number, as well as separate figures for both. Keeps everybody happy. (same as I did with NRL crowd numbers last year reporting both traditional and new NRL methods of counting double headers).
Very fair Wookie. Some of the most exciting players in the NRL have honed their skills in touch footy. A very important component of the overall game.
To add to that point>> as the Game of Rugby League can be so brutal on the body and limited to certain athletes.
it is always going to be so limited in regards to player registrations...

alot of footy lovers are playing the game they love but in a non contact way.
where skills are just as good but in a slightly different way.

I myself would no longer play tackle rugby league anymore, and i resort to playing touch comps.


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ParraEelsNRL wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2019 7:09 am No, RL is a much bigger sport than girtbysea ball.
Yes
All the facts and figures point the opposite as to what your opinion is :(/
Every area points to afl is a much bigger spot, unless you have some exclusive facts and figures the world has net seen as yet


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Umm RL is played professionally in at least 6 countries, Australia, NZ, PNG (Hunters are fully pro in the qld cup) England, France and Canada with Wales having two semi pro teams in the English lower divisions where they can be promoted if they win right up to Super League. I'd say RL is way bigger than AFL. Also there are plans to put to the vote in a few weeks about admitting a second Canadian team and New York with Jacksonville and Boston murmuring about joining. Then we have the Balkan Super League which is growing each year that has clubs from 8 nations taking part. Those nations are Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia Herzegovina, Turkey, Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and Italy. Probably have Russia in there somewhere shortly too.

Oops, forgot to mention Fiji joining the NSW cup next season :) You can bet they'll be fully pro too just like the Hunters from PNG.

What's the afl got again?

I also know that it's not just in TV ratings and player numbers that RL beats AFL too because unlike afl, RL isn't stuck in one country only and having only one professional comp.

So, what have ya got this time dumbo, blah blah blah it's not true blah blah blah?

Need some links or should I do what you do and provide ziltch, zero, nutta?
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