Today marks 10 year anniversary of one the most infamous and bizarre days of football I have ever expierenced. The day when Northern Bullants timekeeper Shane Harris and myself turned up to the timekeepers box and all sirens were not working. Carlton did not have a back up and we ended up timekeeping from the driveway at Princes Park from firstly Frankston Dolphins van then later Northern Bullants Vice Presidents car using the car horn as a siren.
From The Age
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The AFL is considering a major change to the pathway into the game that would impact heavily on teenage Victorian footballers, their studies and the passage into the AFL.
The AFL is contemplating changing the elite junior competition that provides about half their players – the NAB League – from an under-18 to an under-19 competition, but still favours keeping the minimum draft age at 18.
Could SkyBus Stadium host AFL games with no crowds? There is a hub that could be on Mornington Peninsula. It makes sense given the close proximity to the potential hub. floodlights currently being installed.
well done on the club for putting a submission in
No one knows if and when season will start but tonight Frankston had their season launch via zoom app.
well done to President Peter Geddes for putting it together. All the players were introduced plus they could let us supporters and members know about where they came from. The coaches were also introduced.
it went for around 95 mins and plenty logged on.
also part of the night 2 new No.1 ticket holders were announced.
Paul Kennedy from ABC News Breakfast
Sharni Layton from Fox Footy