Anonymous
Years ago

SA Country - difference between Sharks and Magpies teams?

Possibly a stupid or ignorant question, but what is the difference between the sharks and the magpies? Does only 1 team compete at the nationals and which team is the "better team"? I've never been involved in Sa country, just interested in how this part of it works

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Neither team competes at Nationals. Both are made up teams from the squad to play in a make believe country only nationals.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

They are (I believe) relatively evenly split - neither is an "A" group. The nationals team is then usually picked from either/both squads.

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Achtung Baby  
Years ago

Sharks and Magpies teams, are split from a squad of 20 chosen to play at Albury Country Cup. NSW Country, and Vic Country split 2 teams evenly from a squad of 20 for Albury also. From those 20, and with possible inclusions to the initial squad, the team of 10 are then chosen to play at the Nationals.

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=  
Years ago

shark be in the water, magpie the sky

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