peeved
Years ago

No schedules on Sporting Pulse

Is it too much to ask to know where and who we are playing next week? Sporting Pulse abruptly ends tonight. Can BSA get their ass in to gear.

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?  
Years ago

will be waiting for pro/rel results (u18B3) and do it all in one hit for div 1/2 as well. - just presume you have a game around the regular times

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Anonymous  
Years ago

That is crap. Div 1 and 2 generally do not change. Work the pro/rel around this. I am sick of this. Believe it or not people do have have other things to plan for.

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Tired Parent  
Years ago

No wonder kids leave basketball, parents get annoyed, Holidays have started for some and people can't organize their lives, cause the most expensive sport to play is also the most disorganized!
Also those hard working team managers don't get a chance to organize their scoring rosters and have to rush around at the last minute

B bloody
S Stupid
A association

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Not to mention those families with multiple children who have to organise lifts.

Or those Div 1 and 2 games that are played out of the regular time slot, like last night West have a "development" (money taking) game against Sturt in U16 girls at St Clair. People need to change and reorganise their night around those times.

Or weeks wherre you have a bye and would like to organise something else to do.

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Jack Toft  
Years ago

There is no reason why Div 1 and Div 2 should not have gone up for the entire season

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?  
Years ago

this would be because some of the struggling clubs may want to bail from div 1-2 to div 3 after 5 rounds.
trust me i have seen that in years gone by - and then you would grizzle because the season draw was done and "x" club bailed from div 1-2 after 5 rounds cause they kept on for forfeiting.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

How can sturt and west game be a "money taking" game if they organised it??

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triton58  
Years ago

The development games have been organised by BSA, not by the clubs.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

because the clubs keeping pulling teams out.

If BSA didn't organise them, you'd all complain that teams have multiple byes. Again which is because clubs pull teams out.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Which wouldn't happen if BSA actually used their JDOs to put kids into clubs in the first place. Or actually came up with a structure that both enabled teams to enter and leave the competition as well as graded teams into competitions that suited their ability levels.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

That's exactly what we have. By running the program 5 weeks at a time it allows teams to come in or leave the competition without having to redo the full draw all the time.

Grades are set based on previous results. How else would you better that model?

BSA employed JDO's are there to introduce kids to the sport. Isn't it up to the clubs to get them into the club?

Seems like another BSA bash for the sake of it.

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peeved  
Years ago

Surely a schedule arranged a week out from the contest is not too much to ask.

Thats the only 'bash' I have, and a reasonable one to ask I thought.

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peeved  
Years ago

how about BSA just gives us all a ring on Friday afternoon to let us know where we are heading that night...?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

give them a ring peeved and let us all know too

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Anonymous  
Years ago

how about you just go to the website and look at it yourself.

First business day and the next lot of games are up.

bunch of sooks.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Good onya anon. 3 days before games what a great effort.

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george  
Years ago

There should only be four divisions per age group.

One team per div.

That way only committed rich kids have to worry about district. No drop outs.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Better still make it div 1 and 2 and 3 only if you can't make one of those teams you shouldn't be playing district

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?  
Years ago

leave that to the clubs to work out if they have enough talent to play district.

if we kept it to 3 divs - you would have so many off shoot clubs trying to play div 3.

and if you did restrict the divs - BSA would need to offer another comp - otherwise it is a PR disaster turning willing players away.

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George  
Years ago

Rest play youth league...........

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