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WELCOME TO 2018!

Terry Connolly - President

A very warm welcome to all sponsors, supporters, volunteers and players to season 2018. A new season and with it comes the anticipation and excitement for a successful season. Today, sees us swivel away from the off-field administration duties that can be so omnipresent, to the on-field, to the stuff that matters – footy!

Country football is ever changing. And, as the landscape changes so must our plans. In the off season the League initiated a process to develop a Strategic Plan for the period 2018 – 2021. This process involved workshops with committee members, and community leagues to ensure the issues impacting on football across SA were captured as part of our planning process.

As part of our strategic plan – we speak about who are we and what we stand for!

The role of the RMFL is to provide all stakeholders with affordable, accessible, enjoyable and competitive games of Australian Rules football in a safe environment, whilst making a meaningful contribution to the community and the sustainable development of the game.

Put Simply – We are Community Football: A vibrant and sustainable network of inclusive clubs, that are at the heart of every community.

We should never lose sight of the fact that Football Clubs are community Clubs and play a powerful role in assembling communities as well as ensuring younger generations are engaged on a positive platform.

Like all those before it, the year will no doubt deliver a wide range of challenges and opportunities. We face it with a sense of achievement, resolve and purpose, committed to continuing to grow and protect the great game of football for everyone in the RMFL.

As a League we are being challenged to embrace change with a whole raft of considerations, but what won’t change, will be the RMFL steely resolve to

  • provide a safe community to play football,

  • a safe community to volunteer,

  • a safe community to umpire and

  • a safe community to simply be a supporter

What matters more than anything is that when this season is over, football is the winner!

RMFL MISSION STATEMENT

“To provide all stakeholders with affordable, accessible, enjoyable and competitive games of Australian Rules football in a safe environment, whilst making a meaningful contribution to the community and the sustainable development of the game”.

BOUNCING BACK FROM ROCK BOTTOM -Free Entry

Heath Black – How to develop high performance motivation and resilience. Heath Black’s presentation comes bursting with tips on managing pre-anxiety before football matches and addressing the tradition of drinking cultures in football clubs. This event being held at Imperial Football Club Wed 13th June 6.30pm

2018 sees the introduction of last possession out of bounds. Here is a demonstration of how it is applied.


MATCH RESULTS

Results     Ladders     Stats


 

RMFL PARTNERS

 

A FIRST FOR THE RMFL

The RMFL opened its season with a female umpiring the main game between Ramblers and Tailem Bend on April 7th. Steph Morrison, a quality League/Zone standard umpire worked with Kym Schenscher and Stuart Graetz on the day.

DAISH-GRUNFOS PLAYER of the YEAR

The 2018 Player of the Year Award is proudly sponsored by Daish Irrigation and Fodder. Daish Irrigation and Fodder have been fantastic supporters of the RMFL over many years and we are delighted to have them involved with this prestigious award.

LEADERBOARD

8 Points

Nick Pearce (Ramblers)

7 Points
Michael O’Malley (Mannum)

James Moss (Mypolonga)

6 Points

Seb Paynter (Meningie)

Clint Diment (Mypolonga)

Clint Walker (Ramblers)

Luke Harrowfield (Imperials)

Taite Silverlock (Jervois)

Peter Nelson (Meningie)

Billy Hayes (Mannum)

5 Points
Ryan McKaye (Jervois)

4 Points

Matthew Kemp (Jervois)

Matthew Williams (Imperials)

Dylan Hogarth (Tailem Bend)

Jamie Honner (Imperials) 

Rounds 1 to 9

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

ROUND 4

ROUND 5

ROUND 6

Round 7

Round 8

Round 9

Round 10

MYPOLONGA VS MENINGIE
Seb Paynter (Meningie) 3
Will Paynter (Meningie) 2
Ben Gogel (Mypolonga) 1

JERVOIS VS MANNUM
Ryan McKaye (Jervois) 3
Mick O’Malley (Mannum) 2
Ryan Willits (Jervois) 1

RAMBLERS VS TAILEM BEND
Clint Walker (Ramblers) 3
Ron Rankine Jr (Ramblers) 2
Nick Pearce (Ramblers) 1

MENINGIE VS JERVOIS
Matthew Kemp (Jervois) 3
Taite Silverloch Jervois) 2
Harrison Slee (Meningie) 1

MANNUM VS RAMBLERS
Kieran Kakas (Ramblers) 3
Mick O’Malley (Mannum) 2
Riley Vanson (Ramblers) 1

TAILEM BEND VS IMPERIALS
Luke Harrowfiled (Imperials) 3
Gareth Williams (Imperials) 2
Dylan Hogarth (Tailem Bend) 1

JERVOIS VS MYPOLONGA
Clint Diment (Mypolonga) 3
James Moss (Mypolonga) 2
Taite Silverlock (Jervois) 1

IMPERIALS VS MANNUM
Michael O’Malley (Mannum) 3
Mitchell Lienert (Imperial) 2
Jamie Honner (Imperial) 1

RAMBLERS VS MENINGIE
Patrick O’Neil (Ramblers) 3
Aaron Pratt (Ramblers) 2
Harrison Slee (Meningie) 1

MYPOLONGA VS IMPERIALS
Clint Diment (Mypolonga) 3
James Moss (Mypolonga) 2
Matthew Williams (Imperial) 1

MANNUM VS TAILEM BEND
Steven Clay (Tailem Bend) 3
Levi Krause (Mannum) 2
Jye De Zylva (Mannum) 1

JERVOIS VS RAMBLERS
Nick Pearce (Rambler) 3
Ryan McKaye (Jervois) 2
Matthew Kemp (Jervois) 1

MENINGIE VS IMPERIALS
Luke Harrowfield (Imperial) 3
Peter Nelson (Meningie) 2
Dale Leech (Imperial)1

MANNUM VS MYPOLONGA
James Moss (Mypolonga) 3
Lachlan Butler (Mypolonga) 2
Billy Hayes (Mannum) 1

TAILEM BEND VS JERVOIS
Taite Silverlock (Jervois) 3
Zane Barry (Jervois) 2
Justin Hardy (Jervois) 1

MYPOLONGA VS TAILEM BEND
Bradley Oats (Mypolonga) 3
Ben Gogel (Mypolonga) 2
Brad Martin (Mypolonga) 1

IMPERIALS VS RAMBLERS
Matthew Williams (Imperial) 3
Johnny Boras (Imperial) 2
Ronald Rankine Jnr (Ramblers) 1

MENINGIE VS MANNUM
Peter Nelson (Meningie) 3
Billy Hayes (Mannum) 2
Seb Paynter (Meningie) 1

TAILEM BEND VS MENINGIE
Dylan Hogarth (Tailem Bend) 3
Brodie Martin (Meningie) 2
Peter Nelson ( Meningie) 1

RAMBLERS VS MYPOLONGA
Jacob Trevorrow (Ramblers) 3
Nick Pearce (Ramblers) 2
Jarrad Weyland (Ramblers) 1

IMPERIALS VS JERVOIS
Jamie Honner (Imperials) 3
Scott McMahon (Imperials) 2
Casey Robins (Jervois) 1

MENINGIE VS MYPOLONGA
Jake Altmann (Mypolonga) 3
Seb Paynter (Meningie) 2
Lachlan Butler (Mypolonga) 1

MANNUM VS JERVOIS
Billy Hayes (Mannum) 3
Tyler Robinson (Jervois ) 2
Tony Gibson (Jervois) 1

TAILEM BEND VS RAMBLERS
Clinton Walker (Ramblers) 3
Nick Pearce (Ramblers) 2
Jack Marino (Tailem Bend) 1

JERVOIS VS MENINGIE

RAMBLERS VS MANNUM

IMPERIALS VS TAILEM BEND

MYPOLONGA VS JERVOIS

MANNUM VS IMPERIALS

MENINGIE VS RAMBLERS

Rounds 10 to 19

Round 11

Round 12

Round 13

Round 14

Round 15

Round 16

Round 17

Round 18

Round 19

IMPERIALS VS MYPOLONGA

TAILEM BEND VS MANNUM

RAMBLERS VS JERVOIS

IMPERIALS VS MENINGIE

MYPOLONGA VS MANNUM

JERVOIS VS TAILEM BEND

TAILEM BEND VS MYPOLONGA

RAMBLERS VS IMPERIALS

MANNUM VS MENINGIE

MENINGIE VS TAILEM BEND

MYPOLONGA VS RAMBLERS

JERVOIS VS IMPERIALS

TAILEM BEND VS RAMBLERS

MYPOLONGA VS IMPERIALS

MENINGIE VS RAMBLERS

JERVOIS VS TAILEM BEND

IMPERIALS VS MANNUM

JERVOIS VS MYPOLONGA

MANNUM VS MENINGIE

IMPERIALS VS TAILEM BEND

RAMBLERS VS IMPERIALS

MENINGIE VS JERVOIS

MANNUM VS MYPOLONGA

TAILEM BEND VS MANNUM

RAMBLERS VS JERVOIS

MYPOLONGA VS MENINGIE

NO DOGS ALLOWED


RMFL ROUGH PLAY CAMPAIGN

The River Murray Football League does not condone rough play in the form of violence on the football oval. It has instructed Umpires to use all of the necessary tools of discipline they have at their disposal including; the free kick, 50 metre penalty, yellow and red card and umpires report which results in players having to present themselves to the tribunal.

The RMFL have launched a campaign we are calling “NO DOGS ALLOWED”. The intent of the slogan is to create an impression that playing outside of the rules with unnecessary violence through any form of forceful contact we refer to as “Biting” and “Barking”. Biting activities include; kicking, punching, elbowing, bumping an opponent above the shoulders etc. “Barking” activities include; swearing, abuse of umpires, players and officials, vilification and derogatory comments towards others.

All players and officials of the RMFL agree such behaviour is low and unacceptable, and what we will refer to as DOG ACTivities. The intention of the campaign is much similar to the Danny Green initiative of the “Coward Punch”. As a player, you will be seen as a villain, and “not cool” should you engage in any of the DOG ACTivities listed above.

PHOTO GENIUS

 

How lucky we are to have both Bill Bailey of the Murray Valley Standard and Julie Wright from The Blues to share their camera skills with those football skills of our players! 

This lot is thanks to Bill!


THIS WEEK'S GAMES

ROUND 9 – 2/6/18

JERVOIS VS MENINGIE

RAMBLERS VS MANNUM

IMPERIALS VS TAILEM BEND

MYPOLONGA BYE

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