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National Youth League Fixtures and Mariners youth team discussion

turbo

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If they don't get the competition completed I would think they would take the table as it was at the end of Round 11 after everyone had played each other once as this gives the fairest picture overall. Unfortunately we were 6th at the time and would miss promotion. If they took it as at Round 16 there would be grounds to be considered unfair - especially as we played 3 of the 4 bottom teams in the first 4 rounds of the comp.
In any comp it would be a big call to walk back 5 games to make a decision on standings. I get the logic but it would be harsh to ask teams to forget recent results, at that point you should be considering nullifying the whole thing and trying again next season.

Can't say I have much hope for the grassroots season. Might get another 3-4 rounds in tops to minimise the refund CCF would have to offer.
 

Tassiemariner

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Obviously a bit quiet on the NPL team news front, but GK for the U/20s NPL team last season Reef Murfet has returned to Tasmania for the 2022 season, signing with NPL Tasmania champions Glenorchy Knights. Their keeper for the past 2 season has joined Oakleigh Cannons in NPLVIC, so will be the no.1 keeper at Glenorchy.
 

Big Dog

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Obviously a bit quiet on the NPL team news front, but GK for the U/20s NPL team last season Reef Murfet has returned to Tasmania for the 2022 season, signing with NPL Tasmania champions Glenorchy Knights. Their keeper for the past 2 season has joined Oakleigh Cannons in NPLVIC, so will be the no.1 keeper at Glenorchy.
Definitely surprised to see Reef go.
 

Big Dog

Active Member
Was he any good?
Definitely potential there. He was younger than the other keepers too. Had a couple of injuries throughout the season which hindered his progress. Fractured his thumb the day he trialled and then again just after coming back from the rehab. Hopefully after some NPL experience he'll do well enough to trial again.
 

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