Tex mex
Years ago

VYCM and VYCW

A couple of the bigger clubs are wanting to have a rule pout in place by the Big V that if you have a SCM or a SCW you are guaranteed a place in VYCM and VYCW.

What are peoples views on this?

Should this be the case or should teams play were their standard is at?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Wouldn`t be to many of the State Champ teams that wouldn`t already be in there would there?

Hume City and who else?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

No Problem , if your VYC Team ends up Bottom of the ladder your SC Team should be relegated too ?

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FUBR  
Years ago

Play were their standard is at! Promote a relegate in accordance to their performance. Bottom 2 drop top 2 promote.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

That's like saying if you have a SEABL team you should be automatically in SCM and SCW or whatever??!

Doesn't make sense as a small program that might still be building its youth teams may not be up to it yet. Play where you should, in every division, just makes sense!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

This would be coming from teams like Ringwood who have to import nearly every player for their YL programs to be competitive.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Is this a joke? Who would even suggest this?

Does that mean if you have a SCM you can go and get a bunch of domestic F grade players and stay in VYCM?

At least we all got a laugh out of it.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I reckon it's Hume City pushing for that

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Simple...Earn the right to be promoted, WIN!!!

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HO  
Years ago

Promo and relegation is a harder call with youth leagues because of the ceiling for players. Its just not that simple.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Apparently it is that simple, if you look at the teams list they are relegating and promoting based on last year's ladder position, plain and simple.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Clubs need to put things in place so that their youth teams can sustain that standard. I'd say Hume is looking for an easy way to stay where they are

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Anonymous  
Years ago

No so easy when the best kids at this age group may head off to college in the U.S. If a club loses their best one or two every year it's hard to maintain a standard. Some clubs leave players in YL up to the age of 22 while others move them on. That makes a dig difference to the quality of their team list I'd say.

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