POP
Years ago

Classics in Melbourne, requirements

Does Anybody Know what are the minimum requirements for getting into the classics in Melbourne for a div 2 team please.

(Mod: Use a more descriptive thread title in the future please. Have fixed this one.)

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Anonymous  
Years ago

You must be a div 1 team

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supporter  
Years ago

You need a high finishing position in the State Championships

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Libertine  
Years ago

For a start, no SA division 2 team will qualify for the classics because there of the "1 team per club in division 1 rule". The reason that Melbourne division 2 teams may play in Classics in that they earn their spot in the VC and are one of the top 8 teams.

Generally, the Top 4 from SA are invited, based on State Champ results, and sometimes the top 5 or 6 may end up travelling depending upon numbers.

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a  
Years ago

you could go to nudderwading on the same weekend is"ent that comp for div 2s

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supporter  
Years ago

It is unlikely that a Div 2 team would finish in the top 4 for State Champs but there is nothing to stop them nominating if they do not have a Div 1 team. Freddies Dreamers from from beyond the Black Stump could enter if they thought they were good enough.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Supporter there is nothing to stop them nominating but BASA would not let them in the div 1 comp. Its been tried before and the answer was no!

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supporter  
Years ago

It is a State Championship. Anyone can nominate.

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facts are facts  
Years ago

a club is only allowed to enter 1 team per grade per age - for state champs

if your club has only a div 2 team and no div 1 team in that age - they can nominate for "State" not "reserves"

hope you feel confident

this raizes an issue - if a club does not feild a team in that level at state champs - why can't the club with the highest finishing reserves grade team go in it - so you get a balanced pool play off

Nunawading championship grade is high standard for a div 2 team - if you win / do well in that grade - you do have a kick ass team

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