There comes a time every year when people hear news that rocks them to the core. News that means their way of life will change forever. News that means that nothing will ever be the same.
For the majority of the women playing for, associated with, or merely walking past AUFC games or events, that news just changed the way they move freely around the Adelaide CBD.
We all remember where we were when we heard that Steve Irwin had passed. We all remember where we were when we heard the twin towers went down. Now, remember exactly what you’re doing when you read this:
Elliot Hewish is single.
Lock up your daughters, lock up your wives, and lock up any feminine looking sons you might have- the danger is real. A man that defines the word "suave".
In unrelated news Ladies Day is next weekend. Never fear girls, Hewish’s outfit has already been picked for him.
Anyway, we should probably get on to the football. This week the mighty blacks notched 5 wins and 3 losses, giving us a winning percentage of 63%.blacks notched 5 wins and 3 losses, giving us a winning percentage of 63%.
It would have been 6 from 8, if not for the antics of our own Umpire of the Year candidate 1956, Malcolm “Rulebook” Ashwood. Let us paint the picture.
The Scum are up by 4 points, with a ball up at the top of Kenilworth’s goalsquare. The Best player on the ground at that point, Scum ruckman Dracula, decides it’s better to be safe than sorry, and thumps the ball from the ball-up through the goals. On the full.
No matter, thought Scum coach Ben Warren, Rulebook is umpiring. He’ll let it go and we’ll maintain possession for a win. Right?
Rulebook sees the discrepancy, bl0ws harder than Seagull Polkinghorne’s favourite girl at Cr@zyh0rse, and awards a free kick at the top of the goal square to Kenilworth. Game. Set. Match.
Oh well. Rumour has it Benny Warren hasn’t stopped drinking since the game, but we’re relatively sure the match result had no bearing on his behavior.
This weekend is always the toughest for AUFC, as the dreaded stench of exams infiltrates our ranks. Most teams are missing key players, but I’m sure some of the teams we’re up against this week will suffer the same fate.
EDIT: AUFC comes up against Port Districts, Henley, Flinders Park. We’re not saying they’re NOT focused on exams, but let’s just say between them they have less degrees than an acute angle.
May Bob Be With You.
Round 9 Fixture
Saturday 20th June
Black Jack & the Showgirls (Div 1) v Port Red Light District @ Largs Loony Bin (Largs Reserve) 2.15pm
Super Gav and the Budgie Smugglers (Div 1R) v Port Red Light District @ Largs Loony Bin (Largs Reserve) 12.15pm
Sexy Pimp and the C-Men (Div 7) v Karl Marx University @ Bob Neil #1 2.15pm
Robert Reid and the Brady Bunch (Div 7R) v Karl Marx University @ Bob Neil #1 12.15pm
The Chardonnay Socialists (C1) v Henley-On-Drugs @ Opium Oval (Henley Memorial Oval) 2.15pm
The B*stards (C2) v Flinders Park for Paedophiles @ Paedophile Playground (Flinders Park) 10.15am
The Scum (C3) v Scotch on the Rocks @ Rock Reserve (Kingswood Oval) 10.15am
Sunday 21st June
Bob Neil's Girl Guides v Port Adelaide @ Bob Neil #2 (Park 10) 1pm
Howie very well known for blowing the whistle, or claiming a free kick anywhere inside the arc - even though he is not involved - he will put it through big sticks however. Not known for his comedy and or english accent.
A thunderbird in his on right - more off the field than on. Always providing crisp banter and large antics is the swiss born RUSS.
Elliot Hewish continues his form as serial villain of the AUFC, known for kidnapping young cambodian children, Elliot has now been spotted plotting a FIFA take-over with Sepp Blatter.
The Adelaide University F.C. Ladies Day is typically one of the most enjoyable, popular and important events of the winter calendar. This years event is shaping up to be no exception, with the gentlemen of The Blacks keen to show their hospitality, chivalry and appreciation for the magnificent ladies around us.
As the girls will get pampered on the sidelines, the boys will be in action on the field, taking on Rostrevor OC.
When - Saturday 27th of June 2015 Where - University Oval
Tickets $40 each Includes: bubbles, wine, beer, juice, softies, tea & coffee Gourmet BBQ and salads & sweets Entertainment & guest MC Fun Games & raffles
Tickets can now be purchased through all players, alternatively to the following account, please leave your name and it will be put on the door on arrival.
Name. Tom Walker BSB 065034 Account No. 10299214
Given the winter weather we will be hosting you this year in the 'Longroom'. Should be a great day. Hope to see you all there!
Save the Dates (updated again)
Note some new dates in this for those of you hanging out for the Long Lunch and interstate reunion shows. All events at Bob Neil # 1 unless otherwise indicated.
27 June - Ladies Day 11 July- Premiership Reunion & Past Players Day 26 July - Sydney Reunion (Royal Exhibition Hotel) 1 August - Sponsors Day 7 August (Friday) - Long Friday Lunch (LOCKED IN) 8 August - Blacks Ball (note change of date, venue almost locked in) 29 August- Family Day 16 October- Annual Dinner (Wine Center)
There are some HUGE premiership reunions to celebrate this year on Saturday the 11th of July, notably:
60 years for the 1955 A1 team
50 years for the 1965 A1, A3 and Colts Team (the only year we ever had Colts)
40 years for the 1974/75 A1 teams (also having a separate show, contact Barty for details if you haven't already heard)
25 years for the A8 team (Tonto & the Well Hung Posse), A8R team (Top Scum) and freshly remembered the A11 team.
15 years for the 2000 Chards and FGA
10 years for the 2005 B*stards.
That is a lot for us to follow up, especially with the Book a little busier than normal courtesy of the Future Premier, so if any of you played in those teams please start spreading the word
Bowlies this week will be hosted by none other than Bob Neil's Girl Guides. Make sure you support the newest AUFC team by attending the Havelock this Saturday. For those studying for exams, Bob Neil had a HD average at Uni and he didn't miss a Bowlies - get on his level.
Harvey Biggs reporting live from Bob Neil #1
Biggsy mate, it's come through the ear piece, Bob has contacts everywhere, just say it mate, live on state broadcast, BOB NEIL DRINKS WEST END.
Rocky’s Ratpack 1982: The King Is Dead (Cancel That)
In the absence of a reunion for the 1982 Adelaide University A9 premiership team, I’ve put together a virtual one for the mighty Rocky’s Ratpack lineup from that day.
Div 1 (Black Jack & the Showgirls) 13.8.80 defeated by Goodwood Sinners 18.8.116
Goal Kickers: B. Smelt 3, A. Alesci 3, D. Bateman 2, K. Flanigan 1, J. Willis 1, J. Noonan 1,
L. Antoniadis 1, B. Watson 1
Best Players: B. Smelt, S. Paynter, N. Beneke, J. Noonan, D. Cunningham
Div 1Reserves (Super Gav and the Budgie Smugglers) 12.11.83 defeated Goodwood Sinners 7.12.54
Goal Kickers: J. Dearing 3, K. Green 2, A. Offe 2, E. Hewish 2, S. Pittman 1, J. Johnston 1,
H. Biggs 1
Best Players: T. Muecke, M. Leslie, H. Biggs, M. Quin, J. Dearing
With the Smugglers’ season sitting precariously on a 3-4 record ahead of facing last year’s premier on their home deck, the bye round could not have been more timely with the cacophony of injuries of the higher grades given an extra week to heal, and no game to incur any new injuries. Excluding the notable exception of Mader Mess Of It, who was unfortunate enough to sustain a hamstring strain during a physio rub down in the med room prior to Thursday night training??
A few of the lads were apprehensive during the fortnight, with quotes like…
“Last year when we played there, didn’t we get belted by 20 goals?“ - Mader Mess Of It
“They’re the best team I’ve ever played against in my entire life. I’ve never seen run like that before“ - Kermit Green
“They didn’t lose a game last year did they?” - Anon
“I don’t really care for any of that sh*t fellas!” - Super Gav
On a corker day for footer, flooding and congestion was the order of the day as a tight first quarter arm wrestle had us up a few points at the break with strong belief. Some luck from the footer Gods shone down in the 2nd as the Sinners peppered the sticks, but with the poor return of 1.10 on the board trailed us by 3 snags at the main break in a high tempo stoush of finals expectants.
The coaches stressed to be up and about in the first 5 minutes of the 3rd, ‘cos they would come out firing. 5 minutes in, they promptly rattled on 3 unanswered sausages to quickly knot the game, and undo some earlier good work. In weeks past, the injury depleted Smugglers may have struggled to swing momentum back, but today’s mob were made of sterner stuff and responded fiercely to go in at ‘lemons’ 10 points to the good.
With Forehead Lewis (hammy) and Harry the Merl (ankle) done for the day and on the pine with the lone one rotation available, the lads dug deep for their best quarter of the season, hoisting up the twin calicos 5 times as the game opened up a bit on route to an emphatic victory to the tune of 29 points! A big well done to the boys on a day the coaches, when trying to cast the votes, considered the old “all played well” chestnut.
Highlights were Murky Waters one grab clunking anything within 20m of him, Les Bien cool and composed in defence, Harvey Two Face stepping it up in the ruck when required, Buck Hunter Dearing slotting 3 big ones from the wing, and Poodle Pittman getting some battle-scars to show off to the lady folk back at the Havelock after being face planted into the hard centre wicket area with 30 seconds remaining in the match.
Next stop, the place where Darryl Poole deliberately drove his car into the clubhouse, to take on a much improved Red Light District, who were only 3 goals off beating the 2nd placed Sharks.
Div 7 (Sexy Pimp & the C-Men) 9.9.63 defeated Hout & About 6.8.44
Goal Kickers: A. Ireland 2, S. Nankivell 2, M. Jamieson 1, D. Gardner 1, D. Coughlan 1, Z. Turnbull 1, J. Calder 1
Best Players: D. Trezise, D. Davis, F. Slape, D. Gardner, A. Riley, B. Carroll
It was all over the shop for the C-Men pre-game, at least for the Sexy Pimp, as the Out N Abouters ventured into the big smoke from Far Away Field. Some of them even claimed to live on the city fringes. Anyway, in an effort to get a bit of a crowd happening for a big match against the undefeated top side, it was designated as Family Day and everyone needed to be catered for. The Pimp arrived at Park 10 with all sorts of peripheral stuff, including a milk frother but no coffee machine (returning B@stard honcho Tyro was dismayed there would be anything other than red tins available at all), no team sheets and no runners top.
After a low key build up the CMen started in a similar fashion, seemingly happy to be the fodder in an Out N About training run. Half way through the first quarter the switch flicked and the CMen made Out N About earn their touches. The score at the first break was 3.1 to 1.1, but the game was evenly poised.
Out N About are an annoying bunch. Despite perennially being in the top 3 you can always rely on a bit of thuggery, some kidney punches after the ball has gone (enter Old Mate from round 2 at Uni Oval but substitute Blackboard Chalk for the New Hazard Jamo as his punching bag) and an over officious team manager. Lenny Pascoe was going about his usual running duties, pushing the boundaries of what could be considered coaching on the field but getting the job done, albeit in a white trainers top. This breach of King Kernahans iron fisted rules on officials attire didn’t sit well with the Out N About team manager, who insisted that Lenny wear the sweat soaked top worn earlier by their magoos runner. Being a good bloke, Lenny complied. Two minutes later the Out N About runner enters the fray. Was he attired correctly? Nuh uh. Plain yellow t shirt and Out N About playing shorts. With his tool shed developed in the local watering hole, the poor bloke looked like a peanut M&M.
At half time the CMen were a goal closer and the score line resembled that of a wet weather slog rather than a perfect day for footy, 4 goals to 2. The Blade Runner was done and dusted for the day after requiring some stitching under his chin and was joined by Vickers Gin who had dominated for a quarter and a bit before adding another injury to the long list he has racked up this year. At least this one was football related.
With talent and teamwork the CMen combined in the last half to out run and out play the Out N Abouters. Strong tackling, first give handball and the old one two opened the game up around the contests, allowing the younger, fitter CMen to run the ball through the corridor and give the forwards plenty of opportunity. After being locked away at 5.6 apiece at three quarter time, the CMen held strong after an early Out N About challenge in the last quarter to kick the last 4 goals of the game and win by 19 points.
As has become the norm this year, an even team performance got the job done. No super stars, no passengers.
And Family Day went OK. Plenty of parents and mates and the odd pooch were on hand to cheer the boys to victory.
Div 7Reserves (Robert Reid and the Brady Bunch) 16.8.104 defeated Hout & About 10.9.69
Goal Kickers: Q. Daly 4, S. Shadiac 3, A. Roberts 3, C. Reid 2, C. Butt 1, G. Ruth 1,
R. Laidlaw 1, D. Conier 1
Best Players: D. Conier, T. Nguyen, Q. Daly, S. Shadiac, C. Ramsey, M. Schutz
Div C1 (The Chardonnay Socialists) 9.11.65 defeated The Raggies 7.8.50
Goal Kickers: B. Meier 3, A. Butler 1, C. Schiller 1, N. Hallion 1, A. Vallelonga 1, L. Rogers 1,
W. King 1
Best Players: D. Arkun, S. Parker, C. Schiller, N. Hallion, R. Doecke, D. Byrne
It was a battle of the C1 ladder leaders at beautiful Bob Neil 1 on a perfect winter's day for footy.
With On The Rohde Again's jaw welded back into place and back on the park, it was Levis Jeans turn to try his hand at calling the Chards' shots. And what a great post-big night Dirty impersonation it was, the redbacked one getting into the spirit of the occasion by misplacing everything he touched, including his phone (it was in his back pocket) and the goal umpire.
Fortunately the side was oblivious to the shemozzle behind the scenes, and got off to a pearler.
Harrion, Scary Killer and On The Rohde Again set the tone early with some courageous efforts around the stoppages. Meanwhile Quag was at his destructive best up forward, booting three straight to give us the early ascendency.
The momentum carried into the second term, our desire for the pill overshadowing the few minor unforced errors in what was a hot contest. We deservedly went into the long break 4 and a half goals up.
We knew the Raggies would come, and that they did from the outset of the third term. While we were caught napping with the match-ups, Jose Romero helped them pile on three quick goals and the game was well and truly back on.
Okeley Doeckely was nowhere to be seen as the siren blew to start of last quarter. Turns out he had to wipe his kid's @rse. This might explain why no one went near him in the last term (and why his opponent tried to avoid shaking his hand) as the ripped one ripped it up again in another masterful last term display.
With the game on the line, Drop Bear, Big Benoit, Keefy Richards and The Snooze formerly Known as Mud made some massive plays, while the class of Scary Killer, Candy Boy Two Pigs, Harrion and Slipper helped steer us across the line for a decisive and hard-fought 15-point win.
Once again, another solid team effort that has installed us as enemy No 1 at the top of the ladder after 7 wins on the trot.
Two Pigs started a new Chards post-game tradition by trading the candy for his home-made beef jerky (Scary Killer has challenged him to a jerk off).
It seems one Raggies fan got the wrong idea. Our eagle-eyed photographer Damo Leonard spotted the old mate watching p@rn on his Samsung while waiting for his ride home. I'd always wondered how they got their nickname...
Div C2 (The B*stards) 2.4.16 defeated by Tarnished Spooners 8.10.58
Goal Kickers: B. Collins , H. Woods
Best Players: S. Gray , A. Bate , M. MacIntyre , N. Tran , A. Howes , D. Collett
Div C3 (The Scum) 10.9.69 defeated by What’s a Kennel Worth 11.5.71
Goal Kickers: C. Rule 3, S. Kesic 2, A. Howard 2, L. Wallis 1, M. Eisenberg 1, D. Weekley 1
Best Players: M. Draca, S. Philpot, B. Green, S. Kesic, D. Currie, A. Howard
This week marked a significant milestone for the scum with Brad the Green Machine clocking up his 150th game for the club. A stalwart Greenie started his AUFC career way back in 2003 as a hard running ruckman and this game was played in Greenies trademark style a hardworking, high pressure game which went all the way down to the wire.
Greenie is well known for his silver hair and the selected side followed this look with five 40 + year olds. Rulie kept the Ye olde world feel going by supplying home pickled onions pre game which did nothing for the scums first quarter run. Rulie himself doesnt touch them especially not pre game but acknowledges if hes to win a B and F this year he needs to knobble his rivals hence the onions. He went on to kick 3 wonderful long range goals and proved the value of aging stars, if not grey hair. The man himself Greenie was as hard and determined as ever smashing packs and settling up forward thrusts [he’s renowned for his thrusts].
The Blonderwandan set a club record of his own by briefly central and then boundary umpiring followed by some water running and a half as a player, which is a full four spots on the team sheet.
It wouldn’t be a lower grade game without a bit of controversy from Rulebook, despite being consistently referred to as a cheating XXXX by Whats a Kennelworth all game he proceeded to pay Kenilworth a somewhat obscure free kick. The Kennel full back seemed to not understand the kick to yourself rule and when for the third time he bounced the ball outside the square on the kick out a ball up transpired. At the ball up the scum ruckman hacked the ball forward through the goals for a point – well no – for a free kick in the square. Harsh but in the rules I guess.
In the wash up What’s a Kennelworth got the jump on the scum boating the first 3 goals in the first five minutes of the game given the margin was 2 points this slow start was costly. All in all a great standard game that was decided by less than a kick and a celebration of hard working lower grade football the scum have played a lot worse than this and won.
Open Women’s Div 2 (Bob Neil’s Girl Guides) 5.1.31 defeated by 90 Degree Angles 5.7.37
Goal Kickers: F. Clancey 2, J. Schulz , M. Jones , T. Lee
Best Players: M. Wilsdon , K. Holliday , T. Lee , F. Clancey , B. Needs , S. Ford
Round 6 of the SAWFL saw Bob Neils Girl Guides playing in a top of the table clash at Bob Neil # 2, taking on The 90 Degree Angles, who had only lost one game in the first rotation for the season. The 90 Degree Angles had been beaten comprehensively in the Round 1 clash, but the word coming from Pythagoras Palace was that they had underestimated The Girl Guides in this fixture. The Girl Guides went into this contest for the first time this year with not a single debutant amongst their midst, but still with 7 eager cookie sellers that were new to the club this season, of which 5 were in their first season of AFL. Big Bird (Bridgette Needs) started in the Ruck again, using her superior height to get first hand on the ball, but it was The 90 Degree Angles that moved the ball out of the middle, immediately putting the defence of The Blackberry (Natalie Newbery), Christmas Holliday (Suzanne Holliday) and Thommo (Thi Thy Nguyen) under pressure. Although The 90 Degree Angles had all the play in the first term, efforts such as that put in by Daisy Thomas (Courtney Thomas), in throwing her body into the contest, and DANGER, HOT SURFACE!!! (Nicola Burns) in making a vital smother, kept The Girl Guides in touch at ¼ time. But even with this effort, The Girl Guides suffered their first scoreless quarter of the season, going in down 0.0 to 1.3. The Bush Telegraph (Stephen Baxter) was not happy with this effort, and immediately rung the changes for the start of the second term. Paddy (Olivia McCann) started in the ruck, with The Meat Eating Vegetarian (Meg Wilsdon) joining her in the middle. It was The 90 Degree Angles who started the scoring again, but luckily for The Girl Guides they missed a good opportunity. The Bush Telegraph then sensed a build-up of plaque on the gums of The 90 Degree Angles, sending Listerine (Lisetta Mauceri) onto a half forward flank in place of Sheridan Sheets (Eloise Sheridan), but it was the added discipline in the forward line of Sergeant Schulz (Jess Schulz) that proved the tonic, getting the ball out of a congested pack, and kicking truly to register her first goal in AFL football. It was evident that The Girl Guides had lifted their intensity in this second term, as they continued to make inroads into the opposition’s cookie sales market. The Big Fish (Elora Fisher) and The Powermedic (Julie Power) were both starting to work into the game at opposite ends of the ground, and after The Pidgeon (Sofie Pridgeon) swooped on a ball and accelerated away, it was Lovers Tiff (Tiff Lee) that got the ball and kicked truly to give The Girl Guides the lead. Not going so well was the revolutionary new technique being trialled by Advanced Hare, Yeah, Yeah (Sib Hare Breidahl), who coped a stray protractor to the head late in this term that would see her miss the rest of the game with a receding hairline. The Girl Guides had stood up as a team however, and entered the rooms with scores 2.0 to 1.4 at ½ time. The third term was an arm wrestle of the type that can only be topped by the sort of arm wrestle that the rugby league Footy Show can produce. Both teams were attacking the ball hard, but fair, and it was the defence of The Celtic Warrior Princess (Brigid Morgan), Easter Holliday (Kym Holliday) and Stevie J (Sheron Ford) that stood up on many an occasion to prevent any scores. Although The Girl Guides were outscored in this term, they didn’t go scoreless. Good work by The Lady Red (Cassie Tsoumbris) got the ball going out of the middle, and Steven Gerrard (Fiona Clancey) turned her opponent inside out to run onto a loose ball, and kick accurately. This goal was actually a bit of a miracle, as Steven Gerrard was playing the game with the biggest of all handicaps for a forward, in wearing the Guernsey of the worst goal kicker in the club. But this goal did allow The Girl Guides to lead 3.0 to 2.5 at the final break. The final term would be a battle fitting of the positions of these two teams on the ladder, with neither team giving an inch, but as time went on, the legs started to get tired, which allowed some scoring to occur. The 90 Degree Angles kicked the first of the term to take the lead, but The Meat Eating Vegetarian lit the BBQ up and delivered a lace out pass right onto the chest of Paging Dr Jones (Mariah Jones). With surgical precision, Paging Dr Jones went back and kicked a goal, putting Bob Neils Girl Guides back in front. Both teams had further forward forays, with only The 90 Degree Angles able to add to their score, and only then by a couple of behinds, to give them the lead by the smallest of margins. More good work by The Meat Eating Vegetarian saw the ball go to a one-on-one contest inside The Girl Guides 50m, and it was Steven Gerrard that came out on top again, outpointing her opponent, running clear and kicking truly. However this was not the interpretation of one of the field umpires, as they called for industrial action, and held a stop work meeting. The goal umpire was confused by this, having signalled a goal, waved the flags, marked the goal down, and proceeded to wait for the ball to be bounced in the middle again.But the field umpire was adamant, and changed the goal to a point, much to the frustration of The Girl Guides players and coaching staff. The 90 Degree Angles lifted again from this, moving the ball forward, and drawing the lead out to a straight kick, only for The Girl Guides to reply in kind, with this attempt from Steven Gerrard being given the all clear, to again see the scores tied with only a minute to play. The 90 Degree Angles brought out their compasses to give them some direction in the final seconds, pushing hard to get another goal, only seconds before the siren, and see them run out victors in this battle of two evenly matched teams at the top of the SAWFL table
Blackers Job Board - Junior Accountant
LMS energy are looking at employing a junior accountant in the near future. Ideally they have had a couple of years post grad experience in private practice at a big 4 or midtier firm and gained CA qualification or well on their way.
The job is based in our Adelaide office. We are of course an equal opportunities employer so “blackmen” also extends to the blackwomen (girl guides etc).
The Chards - officially the most photogenic football team ever
MUD "Snoozin" MUD
Old buck Mud doing what he does best other than snoozin around in the backline, cleaning up the leftovers.
Meanwhile, Substandard editor Ash 'Desert' Ireland has also been spotted snoozing. Deep in meditation in the heart of rundle mall. Rumours have it he is resorting to extreme measures to lift his game day performances. Hopefully we will see the impact of his heightened state of mind this week.
A/B Grade Guernsey Numbers
The A and B grade playing list (with Guernsey Numbers) is available here for those who have requested player numbers when attending games. There are a number of players moving in and out of these teams but we have done our best to cover most players. However, we do apologise if this is not all encompassing of the potential Div 1 playing squad.
Flick of the Week
Damian 'Cunno' Cunningham has been selected for a role in the remake of cheaper by the dozen, which coincidentally is analogous to his own circumstances. Congratulations on the new additions to your family Cunno!
Ad Uni FC NSW Based Greys 2015 Lunch
Greetings Folks the NSW based Ad Uni Greys lunch will be at The Royal Exhibition Hotel (same as last year 86 to 88 Chalmers St Surry Hills ) as Ryan Eagle said why change a winning venue Book ?
Guest Speaker John Harms from The Footy Almanac ( there will also be some fellow Footy almanac folk attending )
Sunday July 26 from 12.30
( more details to follow )
SUBS - NO PAY NO PLAY - CHOP CHOP ON YOUR CASE
We don't want to send CHOP CHOP over to your place! "Where's the $%*&(^ CASH NEVILLE?(^ CASH NEVILLE?
Subs this year for Men's are $180 for students (any University) or $268 for non-students.(the difference being the $88 Adelaide University Sports Associate membership that we must purchase for non-AU Students - same with Ladies).
The Ladies Subscriptions are $120 for students and $208 for non-students (due to a smaller playing season than the Men's).
In order to pay Subs please click on the button below, and follow the instructions which best describe you (also below).
You will need to register with some basic details (or use your Rego details from last year) and you can pay online via debit card (Paypal) or credit card (visa or MasterCard).
Then click on [JOIN NOW] next to Adelaide University Football Club and follow the instructions.