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JLT3: Saints v Swans Replay Link for your viewing pleasure

Postby saintsRrising » Mon 13 Mar 2017 1:37pm

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Postby magnifisaint » Wed 15 Mar 2017 8:16am

About time McCartin started getting selfish and kick some goals. He wasn't recruited as a midfielder.
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Postby mr six o'clock » Wed 15 Mar 2017 11:28am

Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .
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Postby magnifisaint » Wed 15 Mar 2017 12:24pm

mr six o'clock wrote:Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .

f*** the 9 pointer. It's the biggest dud trial rule introduced
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Re: JLT3: Saints v Swans Replay Link for your viewing pleasu

Postby saintsRrising » Wed 15 Mar 2017 12:28pm

mr six o'clock wrote:Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .


The umpire offered our player the ability to kick for 9 points. To achieve this the player still had to kick from outside the 50m arc. He opted to take the more certain closer shot on goal.
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Postby magnifisaint » Wed 15 Mar 2017 12:51pm

saintsRrising wrote:
mr six o'clock wrote:Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .


The umpire offered our player the ability to kick for 9 points. To achieve this the player still had to kick from outside the 50m arc. He opted to take the more certain closer shot on goal.

In previous years that counted as a 9 pointer.
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Postby shrodes » Wed 15 Mar 2017 3:58pm

magnifisaint wrote:
saintsRrising wrote:
mr six o'clock wrote:Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .


The umpire offered our player the ability to kick for 9 points. To achieve this the player still had to kick from outside the 50m arc. He opted to take the more certain closer shot on goal.

In previous years that counted as a 9 pointer.


Could be wrong, but I believe it was changed at least a year or two ago. I thought they talked about it on the commentary, saying the coach wouldn't be happy if they elected to try for 9 when they could take the easier 6.
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Re: JLT3: Saints v Swans Replay Link for your viewing pleasu

Postby saintsRrising » Wed 15 Mar 2017 4:14pm

magnifisaint wrote:
saintsRrising wrote:
mr six o'clock wrote:Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .


The umpire offered our player the ability to kick for 9 points. To achieve this the player still had to kick from outside the 50m arc. He opted to take the more certain closer shot on goal.

In previous years that counted as a 9 pointer.


Not since 2010. Rule was amended for 2011 NAB Cup on.
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Postby mr six o'clock » Wed 15 Mar 2017 4:50pm

saintsRrising wrote:
magnifisaint wrote:
saintsRrising wrote:
mr six o'clock wrote:Thanks for posting !

We kicked a goal from a 50 metre penalty in the third quarter , the commentators said " this will be for nine points " .
We were only paid six .
Three points would have drawn the game .
Does anyone know why a nine pointer wasn't paid ? or did I miss the explanation in the coverage .


The umpire offered our player the ability to kick for 9 points. To achieve this the player still had to kick from outside the 50m arc. He opted to take the more certain closer shot on goal.

In previous years that counted as a 9 pointer.


Not since 2010. Rule was amended for 2011 NAB Cup on.


Thanks for explanation
Makes you wonder why they still have the supergoal , when teams are playing for no reward .
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