SEASON 2023 - Awards

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Admin
wrote on 13-Apr-23 12:06

Hi All,

 

Apoligies about being slow off the mark, but we have some exciting news.

 

We have a new sponsor this year who has donated some money for some awards( at present i'm not sure if he wants to remain annomous or not, so i'll keep his name out).

 

Award 1 - Golden Boot for PL Firsts, PL Res and SL Firsts

- Pretty straight forward, who scores the most. If no one nominates a goal scorer, they will be taken off DRIBL.

 

Award 2 - Golden Glove for PL Firsts, PL Res, SL Firsts

- Points are awarded for the KEEPER who keeps the most clean sheets( i may need help in determining who this is if the keeper is using a weird number)

 

Award 3 - Best Behaviour - PL Firsts, SL Firsts( Least cards)

Each team will accrue points +1 for a yellow + 3 for a red. Team with the least amount of points at the end of the year will win.

 

 

Give me a week to determine the split in prize money.

 

Hope you enjoy the season and a big thankyou to Dave Cooper from NWSF for his assistance thus far.

 

Admin

 

 

Oldie
wrote on 13-Apr-23 12:34

Are you going to backdate this for last season?

 

No
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>Are you going to backdate this for last season?


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No. sorry Kane

Grub
wrote on 14-Apr-23 01:43

Can we have an award for the grubbiest team?

 

ie the one with the most cards?

Cheapskates
wrote on 14-Apr-23 07:04

No. If you Tigers boys want to go in an end of season piss up you can pay for it yourselves.

Pennant Hills FC Guy
wrote on 14-Apr-23 07:39

I'll list the scorers for our lads 

2022 Results
wrote on 14-Apr-23 11:50

What happened to the 2022 results for golden boot, golden glove etc? Are we just forgetting about last year 

Admin
wrote on 14-Apr-23 22:03

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>What happened to the 2022 results for golden boot, golden glove etc? Are we just forgetting about last year 


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I'll get to that. :-)

Equal Pay
wrote on 18-Apr-23 14:04

I entrust this will shared with the Womens P/L as well.

Snail football
wrote on 18-Apr-23 21:31

Equal Pay wrote:
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no one gives a shit about women's football

 

 

i tried to watch the beryl bla bla cup and was disgusted at how slow it was

 

and to think men need to share their grounds with women's football.....

Equal Pay
wrote on 18-Apr-23 21:39

It's about equality, irrespective of standard, both are designated Premier League competitions.

 

There is no Premier League competition with a but, both have same title.

question
wrote on 19-Apr-23 13:22

Equality = having someone else do all the work then sliding in a having it "shared" with you?

Where is the equality?
wrote on 19-Apr-23 13:23

Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

 

Stoopid.

Douche
wrote on 19-Apr-23 16:31

Where is the equality? wrote:
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>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

>Stoopid.


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Stay classy mate

Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 19-Apr-23 17:56

Douche wrote:
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>Where is the equality? wrote:
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>>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

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>>Stoopid.

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>Stay classy mate


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Good one, simp.

Bufoon
wrote on 19-Apr-23 20:10

Where Is The Equality? wrote:
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>Douche wrote:
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>>Where is the equality? wrote:
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>>>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

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>>>Stoopid.

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>>Stay classy mate

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You really are a classless piece of shit pal. Do you have a mother? Sisters? Obviously you aren't married. 

The Womens PL only started in NWSF last season. It only had 5 clubs. This season 3 new clubs were added which has obviously made it a better competition.
It was and is made up mainly of AA players and players from u16 and u18 teams from the previous season. 

The standard is definitely a bit iffy mostly but you can't compare it to the Men's competition (which i am also involved in btw). That would be like comparing the Matildas to the Socceroos. 

From what i have seen many of the teams are made up of very young players - in some cases much younger than any players in the Men's comp. 
Over time the quality of the teams will improve, it's a natural progression. 

Nobody from the Women's comp is suggesting it is as good as the Men's comp in any way whatsoever but it is the highest level these players can play in this Association. 
Do you think NPL 1 players would mock your standard? 
It's all relative. 

As long as the players are enjoying their football and are improving by playing in this competition what does it matter to you? You poor precious fragile little bufoon

Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 19-Apr-23 21:02

All that rambling and you still failed to address the question as to why the admin of an unnofficial league forum should share prize money with a group of individuals who do not partake or contribute any value whats so ever to said forum. Quite miraculous.

 

You sir are the exemplification of a virtue signalling moron.

 

PS - They won't fuck you bro.

Equal Pay
wrote on 20-Apr-23 06:49

I didn't read anywhere that part of the registration process was that a player male or female had to contribute to a forum.

As for the comment from someone about why should men share their grounds with women, the grounds are council grounds and men don't have exclusivity.

Ground are maintained by Council on the back of rate payer premium.

Perhaps Ryde Council should excluded clubs that aren't geographically in their boundaries, doubt whether that would well received.

Bottom line, grounds are for all.

 


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>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

>Stoopid.


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convenient
wrote on 20-Apr-23 08:23

Equal Pay wrote:
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>I didn't read anywhere that part of the registration process was that a player male or female had to contribute to a forum.

>As for the comment from someone about why should men share their grounds with women, the grounds are council grounds and men don't have exclusivity.

>Ground are maintained by Council on the back of rate payer premium.

>Perhaps Ryde Council should excluded clubs that aren't geographically in their boundaries, doubt whether that would well received.

>Bottom line, grounds are for all.

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Where is the equality? wrote:
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>>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

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>>Stoopid.

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howcome you never complained about why o/35s dont get a share of the prize money?

theyre playing at the top level for their age group, in the association.

theyve been a part of the forum for more than a few years now.

but have never recieved any of the prize money.

 

Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 20-Apr-23 10:14

You're quite obviously an illiterate fool who can't read or think critically so let me break it down into smaller wee-little bits for you.

 

- this is an "unofficial" forum (it actually says it in the header logo), which means it is run 'independently' from NWSF.

- the admin of this forum has been given some prize money from an anonymous donor (not NWSF) to give awards to players based on performance who partake in the leagues that are discussed on this forum.

- therefore there is no obligation for the admin to share this prize money with any parties outside the ones who actually play and contribute to this forum as you think they should, simply for being female.

 

If this based reality has smacked you in the face and you still want to cry about it, then consider starting a new women's league forum on this site or start your own somewhere else and generate some attention and discussion around their competition. But as I'm very sure you know deep down, no one will give a shit...

 

Equal Pay wrote:
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>I didn't read anywhere that part of the registration process was that a player male or female had to contribute to a forum.

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Where is the equality? wrote:
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>>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

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>>Stoopid.

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Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 20-Apr-23 10:25

convenient wrote:
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>howcome you never complained about why o/35s dont get a share of the prize money?

>theyre playing at the top level for their age group, in the association.

>theyve been a part of the forum for more than a few years now.

>but have never recieved any of the prize money.


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1) I just looked at the o35s forum, there's literally only like 4 or 5 threads created since 2018, so sure maybe give them <~5% of the probably already tiny prize pool

2) No one gives a shit about o35s

3) The awards are for PL and SL which are both ALL AGE as well MIXED competitions afaik, everyone has equal opportunity if they are good enough, it's not a participation trophy.

Equal Pay
wrote on 20-Apr-23 11:22

It also says Premier League & Super League Forums, so I believe we are at the correct place.

 

It certainly doesn't stipulate gender, so it must mean both male and female.

 

Communicating in an aggressive or hostile way just shows lack of self control and a struggle to accept the facts as they appear.

 

 


Where Is The Equality? wrote:
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>You're quite obviously an illiterate fool who can't read or think critically so let me break it down into smaller wee-little bits for you.

>- this is an "unofficial" forum (it actually says it in the header logo), which means it is run 'independently' from NWSF.

>- the admin of this forum has been given some prize money from an anonymous donor (not NWSF) to give awards to players based on performance who partake in the leagues that are discussed on this forum.

>- therefore there is no obligation for the admin to share this prize money with any parties outside the ones who actually play and contribute to this forum as you think they should, simply for being female.

>If this based reality has smacked you in the face and you still want to cry about it, then consider starting a new women's league forum on this site or start your own somewhere else and generate some attention and discussion around their competition. But as I'm very sure you know deep down, no one will give a shit...

>Equal Pay wrote:
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>>I didn't read anywhere that part of the registration process was that a player male or female had to contribute to a forum.

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Where is the equality? wrote:
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>>>Are they on here contributing to the discussion and general fan fare of the premier league competitions? Or should they be given a share simply for existing and having a vagina?

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simple jack
wrote on 20-Apr-23 11:49

Equal Pay wrote:
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>It also says Premier League & Super League Forums, so I believe we are at the correct place.

>It certainly doesn't stipulate gender, so it must mean both male and female.

>Communicating in an aggressive or hostile way just shows lack of self control and a struggle to accept the facts as they appear.

 

Here it is put in simple terms for you:

You don't contribute you don't get a share of the spoils. The prize will not be shared with women's football becuase guess what.....they have done nothing to deserve it, they have not been an active part of this forum afaik.

It has absolutely nothing to do with Male vs Female so stop trying to push that agenda.

In previous seasons if teams didn't contribute their scorers then guess what....they didn't get any share of the rewards regardless of what's between their legs.

Equal Pay
wrote on 20-Apr-23 12:02

Maybe that should be put in writing under Ts & Cs.

 

A point can be made without the need for rudeness.

 

I haven't been rude to anyone, so I would hope the day would apply back to me.

 

I just raised questions and provided answers to some claims others made.

 

Remember the statement that said why should men share their grounds with women?

 

Just shows how out of touch that person

is.


simple jack wrote:
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>Equal Pay wrote:
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>>It also says Premier League & Super League Forums, so I believe we are at the correct place.

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>>It certainly doesn't stipulate gender, so it must mean both male and female.

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>>Communicating in an aggressive or hostile way just shows lack of self control and a struggle to accept the facts as they appear.

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>Here it is put in simple terms for you:

>You don't contribute you don't get a share of the spoils. The prize will not be shared with women's football becuase guess what.....they have done nothing to deserve it, they have not been an active part of this forum afaik.

>It has absolutely nothing to do with Male vs Female so stop trying to push that agenda.

>In previous seasons if teams didn't contribute their scorers then guess what....they didn't get any share of the rewards regardless of what's between their legs.


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Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 20-Apr-23 12:30

Are you intentionally trolling us? T's and C's lol????

 

No, nothing needs to be written because it's common sense, it's illogical of you to raise any type of issue with what the admin announced.

 

And you again failed to address anything I said in response to your stupid claim about registration process, stop embarrassing yourself.

 

And please don't procreate.

Equal Pay
wrote on 20-Apr-23 13:17

Thank you for the lack of courtesy and respect.

Equal Pay
wrote on 20-Apr-23 13:26

Would you speak like that to a male face to face or is it easy to be rude to a female like myself on here?


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>Are you intentionally trolling us? T's and C's lol????

>No, nothing needs to be written because it's common sense, it's illogical of you to raise any type of issue with what the admin announced.

>And you again failed to address anything I said in response to your stupid claim about registration process, stop embarrassing yourself.

>And please don't procreate.


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Sherlock
wrote on 20-Apr-23 17:59

If you were after respectful discussion and equality you've definitely come to the wrong place!

Lions Den
wrote on 20-Apr-23 18:21

My two-penneth.

the comment about having to share grounds with women's teams was dumb. Didn't need a response.

the issue with sharing prize money is not for any of us to determine. That's down to either the donor stipulating what/who it is for or alternatively admin so any other posturing on either side of the argument has zero merit.

yeah I'm sure the women's PL is "shit" quality compared to the mens. They would probably lose to most u15/1's boys teams. So what? It's the best they have.

I'd get pissy if NPL1 clubs laughed at us - it's none of their business.

No reason whatsoever why both can't exist and if the girls started their own forum or had a separate section room in this forum it would be great - I certainly think the forum as it stands adds value to the men's comp (apart from the dick from Kenthurst obviously).

perhaps the girls teams - if donors/admin don't want to include them here - could find their own annual award sponsors? Again, it adds a bit of spice and interest to the comp which can only be positive.

I'm not going all PC by any means but just think in some shape or form there is room for everyone here without the need for a pissing contest on both sides 

Sherlock
wrote on 20-Apr-23 19:08

If you were after respectful discussion and equality you've definitely come to the wrong place!

conversation
wrote on 21-Apr-23 07:08

That doesnt look like a question to me.

Maybe if you didnt start like this you wouldnt have got all the hostility.

 

What the lions den said is on the right track.

This is an unofficial forum made by the mens premier league so ofcourse the sponsorships are going to be for the mens.

If you think the womens deserve awards too maybe you could contribute and find a sponsor and encourage the women to be active on the forum?

 

Equal Pay wrote:
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>I just raised questions and provided answers to some claims others made.



Equal Pay wrote:
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>I entrust this will shared with the Womens P/L as well.


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Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 21-Apr-23 11:08

Yep, it's not a question that was raised in good faith at all. It's an entitled fem warrior (plus the other few in this thread that made a shit attempt to back her up) making a statement that needs to be called out for its stupidy. Proceeding to then play victim like that after you getting backlash and the inability to substantiate your claim won't help you.

 

Brutal honesty is what is needed to stop this clown world societal brainwashing bs.

Um no
wrote on 21-Apr-23 16:09

Don't you know how this works by now? 

You have something that I don't have but I want.

I say it's unfair and claim inequality despite you doing all the work. 

If you push back in anyway then I claim you're the one in the wrong and that I should just "get" whatever I want whenever I want. 

now that you've been educated could you please stop mansplaining wht inequality is, it's triggering me

Admin
wrote on 23-Apr-23 09:26

All,

 

A few comments. At present i've raised funds for PL/SL awards, not for womens.

 

But i'm willing to give it a go as long as there is enough contributions to the forum(give me a week to confirm womens GB, Golden Glove etc).

To the sexist comments above, if they appear in the womens section, then you will be banned.

The times are changing and irrelvant of what you think, womens football has improved at a greater rate than mens football over the past 5 years and will continue to improve, so we should all embrace it.

 

Admin

 

So…
wrote on 23-Apr-23 09:44

So are you going to delete the above disgusting comments?

Equal Pay
wrote on 27-Apr-23 08:14

Appreciate the support of those in recognising to where Women's football has come from to where we are today.

 

 

THE ROCK
wrote on 27-Apr-23 10:00

I don't agree with the sexist comments, however last year WRR won the Gilmore cup and received $1,000. WPH won the Berryl Cup and won $2,000.

 

So whilst life isn't even and fair, i didn't see anyone complaining from the Mens PL about it.

 

I think it would be good to step this forum up a notch, may i suggest a few things:

 

- Pics and Videos

- Remove 35 ( no contribution)

- Put together an archive section of previous years(happy to help collect or collate)

- Add in the Womens PL as a section.

THE ROCK
wrote on 27-Apr-23 10:01

Also get the login working again :-)

Not Fair
wrote on 27-Apr-23 12:44

If you are discussing awards and how they are to be handed out, how many on here know about a club that has makes playing in a female competition because they identify as a female.

The female awards could easily go to a male.

It's happening elsewhere not just in our association.

THE ROCK
wrote on 27-Apr-23 13:45

Not Fair wrote:
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>If you are discussing awards and how they are to be handed out, how many on here know about a club that has makes playing in a female competition because they identify as a female.

>The female awards could easily go to a male.

>It's happening elsewhere not just in our association.


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Pretty simple. If NWSF allows you to register in a Womens comp, then you are a woman as far as im concerned.

Do i agree with it? - My opinion is not relevant.

We can't go challenging if transgenders are allowed to play in the comp, if they are allowed to play, then it's fair game in my book.

 

 

Bring it on
wrote on 27-Apr-23 16:48

Can't be any worse than Woodies 

Where Is The Equality?
wrote on 27-Apr-23 17:00

THE ROCK wrote:
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>>If you are discussing awards and how they are to be handed out, how many on here know about a club that has makes playing in a female competition because they identify as a female.

>>The female awards could easily go to a male.

>>It's happening elsewhere not just in our association.

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>Pretty simple. If NWSF allows you to register in a Womens comp, then you are a woman as far as im concerned.

>Do i agree with it? - My opinion is not relevant.

>We can't go challenging if transgenders are allowed to play in the comp, if they are allowed to play, then it's fair game in my book.


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Hahahahahahahahahaha.......  we're so doomed.

Mixed
wrote on 27-Apr-23 18:57

Why is the men's comp considered "mixed" but not the women's comp?

 

I'm also aware that In one of the comps down south or south west a lad of about 18 has decided to identify as female and is now playing in their comp. The problem is apparently he's about 6'6" and built like a brick shithouse. He's badly injured 3-4 girls already (under 18's I think) just because he's so much physically stronger and now teams don't want to play against them. I just find the whole thing bizarre. 

kenthurst keith
wrote on 27-Apr-23 19:15

your all fat put down the donuts and deritos

Gender reveal
wrote on 27-Apr-23 19:21

And Keith arrives on the thread just in time to confirm that like most of his 12 fingered, web-toed, inbred chums he identifies as an illiterate wanker.

THE ROCK
wrote on 28-Apr-23 06:41

Men's are mixed because physically men are stronger, faster than women. Hence the open category.

 

Womens is for "women" because they genetically are not as strong or fast.

 

Now it's not up to us to decide who gets to play in what division.

 

Btw- I am saying the above because it's factual not my opinion.

 

 

And the league you are talking about where the transgender girl/guy is smashing the league is womens NPL. Club is inter lions and they/them are top goal scorer in the league.

 

So before any judgement about NWSF about stances on Transgenders playing in female

spoet, FootballNSW are the judging body here and have permitted it.

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