VOLUME 9, 12 JUNE 2015
As the dreary cloud of exams hangs its sombre head over the legion of AUFC players, this week is a week for looking back on the past with fondness, and looking into the future with excitement.
 
Firstly, let us reminisce.
 
The day was Sunday, the 31st of May, and the brave men of the Bob Watch had gathered around Castle Bateman an annual ritual they have grown terribly fond of.
 
Gentlemen’s Day.
 
What better way to welcome the week off of footy than by encouraging somebody’s daughters to engage in self-deprecation for money?
 
Forget the copious amounts of beer, forget the fact that the Blacks had rocked up to what can only be described as squalid living conditions. The real talking point of the day was, lets call him, a Blacks rookie of the year candidate. Witnesses on the scene recreated the events that took place:
  • “There must have been a crossword puzzle on her rear end, because I haven’t seen that much booty worship since my days as a porn addict” Jack Grieger.
  • “There she was, enjoying my tightly fitting shirt and bulging biceps, when out of nowhere he decided to channel his inner Chris Brown.” Josh Stewart
  • “ACTION MAN! ACTION MAN!” Sam Pittman
  • “he''ll miss the next two months of footy with a broken wrist and a bad case of hand herpes.” JP
We have faith that the "Blacks rookie of the year candidate" will learn a lot from this incident, and we implore his parents to stop letting him learn about chivalry from Grand Theft Auto.
 
We also have an update on Club Legend, Darien “Dirty” O’Reilly. Howie went to visit him in the hospital, and he was in high spirits after the operation.
 

 
This weekend marks the start of the second half of the season, which is arguably the most important 10+ weeks of the 21st century for the Blacks. The A grade sit 9th, currently in the relegation zone, and a good showing against Goodwood this week will go a long way to ensuring survival.
 
It’s going to be a brilliant day for footy, which means everybody should get down to Goodwood to watch the B’s and A’s strut their stuff. Support is everything at this stage of the year.

If that's not enough to entice you out, then what about the 150 game milestones of two absolute legends of the club throughout the grades, or skipper Tom "the real Tex" Walker and Will "Evolution Baby" Evans. Actually it's Tex's 151st as once again our Computer Nerd let us down, but don't let that dissuade you from getting out and showing your appreciation for these two at Sin Stadium. More on them later in this edition.
 
Elsewhere, there is a glut of games at home this week, where the Green Machine also celebrates game # 150. The B@stards, Brady Bunch and C-men will keep you entertained over at Park 10, while the Scum and Chards are over on BN#1 from 12:15pm. Apologies for letting the Scum on the hallowed turf of #1, won't happen again.

May Bob Be With You.
Round 9 Fixture

Saturday 13th June
Black Jack & the Showgirls (Div 1) v Goodwood Sinners @ Sin Stadium (Goodwood Oval) 2.15pm

Super Gav and the Budgie Smugglers (Div 1R) v Goodwood Sinners @ Sin Stadium (Goodwood Oval) 12.15pm

Sexy Pimp and the C-Men (Div 7) v Hout & About @ Bob Neil # 2 (Park 10) 2.15pm

The Kenny Everett Video Show (Div 7R) v Hout & About @ Bob Neil # 2 (Park 10) 12.15pm

The Chardonnay Socialists (C1) v The Raggies @ Bob Neil #1 2.15pm

The B*stards (C2) v Tarnished Spooners @ Bob Neil #2 (Park 10) 12.15pm

The Scum (C3) v What’s a Kennel Worth @ Bob Neil #1 12.15pm
 
Sunday 14th June
Bob Neil's Girl Guides v 90 Degree Angles @ Bob Neil #2 (Park 10) 2pm

Uni Greys (Over 35s) v Southern Jets @ St Mary's Park, Laura Ave, St Mary's @ 2.15pm

Blacks Look-A-LIKES


Toby “Clean Slate” Nihill has been often likened to the manchild Justin Leppitsch, as like Leppitsch the bloke has an absolute clean slate. No-one has anything on him, seriously he can’t be that much of a good bloke? Inside word is the best man at the upcoming wedding has been digging for years for something on the bloke, even hired private investigators, still nothing! On another point, Clean Slate is a rock in defence and breaks ankles on the daily. Oh and pun intended he is quite the catch.



Right or left? Who would you take? Keep in mind Rulei's footballing ability. Anyway you look at it, there is going to be a few free kicks for holding the man....

 

Know of any other look-a-likes around the club? 

Please send through to football@theblacks.com.au

Ladies Day


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

Stay posted for more details to come!


 

 

SA Challenge - AFL 9's


The Winter Edition of the SA Challenge is upon us, and Adelaide University goes into the competition as the favourites after securing the win at the Summer SA Challenge.
 
5 sports will be contested over 2 days in the July holidays, including AFL 9s. All Adelaide University students are welcome to register their interest.

The cost to register is just $10, which includes a free playing top.
 

Details:

17 July, 9.30am - 4.00pm
Adelaide University Playing Fields
Mixed teams competition
Limited to 2 mixed teams, with a minimum of 3 girls per team
 
*A come and try session will be held in the morning of the AFL 9s competition so that participants can learn the game and the rules before the competition begins.
 
Please note that times are a rough guide and may change slightly when the draws are released.
 
To register your interest please email unigames@theblacks.com.au. For a list of other sports on offer head to www.theblacks.com.au/sachallenge
 

Save the Dates (updated)


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
24 July (Friday) - Long Friday Lunch (almost locked in, at the AU Boat Club) 
26 July - Sydney Reunion (venue TBA)
1 August - Sponsors Day
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) and A8R team (Top Scum)
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 

Action man strikes back 


Tom "Action Man" Martin provided this cracking response to old mate book. Tom also wrote a fantastic piece for the Footy Almanac this week, titled "Bob Neil Drinks West End Draught of Course", which we strongly encourage you read on a Friday arvo.

"Book come on, you’ve only got a soft spot for Radar ‘cos he looks a bit like Bernie Vince. Until his tragic injury he was actually #4 on the list of 40 blokes in the AFL who most look like Bernie Vince (this is picked by Rulebook but not released publicly.)

I will never get tired of reading you bang on about the plague of ‘Rabidus 
Cyclopsis’ in the AFL. In terms of bias and favouritism, you make Eddie McGuire look like the frigging Statue of Liberty. That said, no matter how famous Ellis Island might be for accepting the world’s poor and homeless, it probably would have drawn the line at the average Collingwood supporter.

And yes Mase, Jags, that was a Tigers sledge in the match report. How do I know? Book only ever mentions Richmond in order to denigrate them. It’s like a sacred oath. Yes, Malcolm Rulebook is the most one-eyed man in football. So much so that when he umpires, the crowd heckles him to about his monocle,
rather than his specs. Some things in life, like the class and nobility of C Judd, never change."

Kurzel and PUP Heath tear Sea & Vines a new one


Blacks Lads over the weekend break where out and about everywhere. For those with a more sophisticated touch who attended Sea & Vines, would have the pleasure of old mate Kurzel singing a mesmerising melody and PUP Heath banging those drums like he was a modern day John Bonham. Well done lads on a killer performance.  




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The Greys

9 former Blacks footballers heeded the desperate plea to represent 'The World's Greatest Football Club' at Elizabeth last round as The Greys took on The Hills in the Masters-over 35s competition.

Thanks to Corey Gray for throwing on the boots for the first time in about 2 decades! We ended up playing a 13 v 13 game (with a few players on loan from the Gawler Masters team) and won by about 20 goals. It was a brilliant game to be a part of.

However, we can't continue to exist as a team with only 9 players turning up.
Given that we are the World's Greatest Football Club and that we have thousands more players to draw on than the usual club...we would love to be able to consistently field a full team every fortnight.

Please consider the call to have a regular run with The Greys and to save Nigel ‘Wolverine’ Venning the fortnightly ache of getting together enough to put a team on the park.

The Greys are in great need of more recruits and all are welcome, even if not over 35.

Ladders


Nearing the halfway mark of the season, where is your team sitting? Note that 96.71% is a pretty fair percentage for the Girl Guides!

Black Jack and the Showgirls (Div 1)
1 Tea Tree Gully 7 6 1 0 0 789 505 60.97 12
2 Goodwood Saints 7 6 1 0 0 600 385 60.91 12
3 Payneham NU 7 6 1 0 0 563 484 53.77 12
4 Henley 7 5 2 0 0 612 428 58.85 10
5 Salisbury North 7 3 4 0 0 623 518 54.60 6
6 Rostrevor OC 7 3 4 0 0 566 585 49.17 6
7 Port District 7 2 5 0 0 529 621 46.00 4
8 Sacred Heart OC 7 2 5 0 0 425 593 41.75 4
9 Adelaide University 7 1 6 0 0 520 744 41.14 2
10 Portland 7 1 6 0 0 435 799 35.25 2

Super Gav and the Budgie Smugglers (Div 1R)
1 Sacred Heart OC 7 7 0 0 0 493 337 59.40 14
2 Henley 7 6 1 0 0 548 293 65.16 12
3 Rostrevor OC 7 5 2 0 0 469 354 56.99 10
4 Goodwood Saints 7 4 3 0 0 415 258 61.66 8
5 Payneham NU 7 4 3 0 0 521 414 55.72 8
6 Adelaide University 7 3 4 0 0 481 374 56.26 6
7 Port District 7 3 4 0 0 453 476 48.76 6
8 Tea Tree Gully 7 2 5 0 0 391 394 49.81 4
9 Salisbury North 7 1 6 0 0 344 537 39.05 2
 
Sexy Pimp and the C-Men (Div 7)
1 Houghton Districts 7 7 0 0 2 838 375 69.08 14
2 St Pauls OS 8 7 1 0 1 640 508 55.75 14
3 Adelaide University 8 5 3 0 1 690 461 59.95 10
4 Salisbury West 8 3 5 0 1 694 619 52.86 6
5 Angle Vale 7 2 5 0 2 596 567 51.25 4
6 Mitchell Park 7 2 5 0 2 568 612 48.14 4
7 Flinders University 7 0 7 0 2 207 1091 15.95 0

The Kenny Everett Video Show (Div 7R)
1 North Pines 8 7 0 1 1 941 285 76.75 15
2 Houghton Districts 7 5 1 1 2 691 338 67.15 11
3 St Pauls OS 8 5 3 0 1 549 430 56.08 10
4 Adelaide University 8 4 4 0 1 574 446 56.27 8
5 Mitchell Park 7 2 5 0 2 375 556 40.28 4
6 Angle Vale 7 1 6 0 2 202 703 22.32 2
7 Flinders University 7 1 6 0 2 217 791 21.53 2

The Chardonnay Socialists (Div C1)
1 Athelstone 7 6 1 0 0 725 271 72.79 12
2 Adelaide University 7 6 1 0 0 649 279 69.94 12
3 Goodwood Saints 7 6 1 0 0 587 346 62.92 12
4 Sacred Heart OC 7 5 2 0 0 519 378 57.86 10
5 Henley 7 4 3 0 0 564 371 60.32 8
6 Rostrevor OC 7 4 3 0 0 470 429 52.28 8
7 Walkerville 7 2 5 0 0 337 569 37.20 4
8 St Peters OC 7 1 6 0 0 327 590 35.66 2
9 Broadview 7 1 6 0 0 267 728 26.83 2
10 Port District 7 0 7 0 0 213 697 23.41 0

The Bastards (Div C2)
 
1 Flinders Park 8 7 1 0 0 828 313 72.57 14
2 Prince Alfred OC 8 7 1 0 0 600 321 65.15 14
3 Pembroke OS 8 6 2 0 0 578 393 59.53 12
4 Salisbury North 8 5 3 0 0 526 369 58.77 10
5 Adelaide University 8 5 3 0 0 625 445 58.41 10
6 Salisbury 8 3 5 0 0 464 511 47.59 6
7 Portland 8 3 5 0 0 431 655 39.69 6
8 Gepps Cross 8 2 6 0 0 382 609 38.55 4
9 Plympton 8 2 6 0 0 349 594 37.01 4
10 Gaza 8 0 8 0 0 223 796 21.88 0
 
The Scum (C3)
1 Scotch OC 7 7 0 0 1 727 244 74.87 14
2 PHOS Camden 7 6 1 0 1 832 186 81.73 12
3 Adelaide University 7 5 2 0 1 633 370 63.11 10
4 Mitcham 7 5 2 0 1 530 324 62.06 10
5 Kenilworth 8 5 3 0 0 600 420 58.82 10
6 Elizabeth 8 5 3 0 0 538 596 47.44 10
7 Seaton Ramblers 7 2 5 0 1 219 276 44.24 4
8 Colonel Light Gardens 7 2 5 0 1 360 559 39.17 4
9 Adelaide Lutheran 7 2 5 0 1 345 651 34.64 4
10 Trinity OS 7 1 6 0 1 425 480 46.96 2
11 Woodville South 8 0 8 0 0 145 1008 12.58 0

Bob Neil's Girl Guides (Women's Div 2)
1 Adelaide University 4 4 0 0 1 441 15 96.71  
2 Angle Vale 4 3 1 0 1 410 79 83.84 6
3 Morphettville Park 4 2 2 0 1 184 191 49.07 4
4 Port Adelaide 4 1 3 0 1 87 365 19.25 2
5 Western Suburbs Hawks 4 0 4 0 1 41 513 7.40 0

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). 

For more details please contact chairman@bobneil.com and would be good to attach a resume!

BOB BLESS
 

Tex Walker 150 Games
 



In 2005, the AUFC decided to take on its first project player.  Hence, Bob Neil went on a mission, scouting all the outer suburbs private schools of Adelaide to find the champion of tomorrow. 
 
Bob searched far and wide, but could not find anyone who he thought worthy of the black and white V.  Then, when Bob had almost given up hope, he rode his bicycle through the lush gates of Westminster, to see a 4 foot 3 gymnast doing flips and somersaults all around the school grounds.  
 
"Here's my man" Bob thought, and with a few quick phone calls, Bob had secured Tom Walker as the Black's first project player.  In 2006, Tom somersaulted his way nervously down War Memorial Drive and onto Bob Neil #1 for his first AUFC pre-season.  It quickly became apparent that there was more to this young dynamo than first met the eye.  He quickly learnt the ropes of AFL football, using his gymnastic background to leap over packs, scuttle under contests and to gracefully sidestep opponents.  
 
In 2007, Tom made his A Grade debut and has never looked back.  He has since held down posts in the AUFC back 6, as well as making cameo appearances in the midfield.  Occasionally, he will flip and somersault his way down the wing and use his penetrating left foot to snag a goal on the run from 60m out.  
 
In 2011, Tom became club co-captain, and took on the role exclusively in 2012.  He has led the club both on and off the field in an exemplary fashion.  He embodies all that it means to play for the might blacks.
 
Congratulations on 150 games Tex - you're a star. 
 
Full Name: Tom Walker

Club Nickname/s:
Tex

Age: Height: Weight
175cm, 70kg

Guernsey Number:
47

Games Played: Goals Kicked:
150, very few goals, maybe 25 depending on whose telling the story

Junior Footy Club:
Edwardstown, West Adelaide

Describe yourself as a footballer (In 30 words or less):
An honest half back flanker/utility, with some pace which I’m sure will leave me very shortly!

Favourite Movie: Actor:
Bad Boys/office space/A night at the Roxbury
Favourite Actor: Anything with Jessica Alba

Favourite Player Nicknames:
Too many to choose from: Dr. Ugs, Noels Caravans,

Least Favourite Opposition Club:
Eastern Park, SPOC

Favourite AFL Club: AFL Player:
Neutral, used to barrack for Collingwood...yes I know
Favourite player growing up, Andrew Mcleod
 

Of the AUFC players you have played with which Player is? (Must not answer with yourself).
Smartest: Tom Martin
Dumbest: “Heiny” (sorry I can’t recall his first name)
Funniest:  Tom Martin
Angriest: Andrew Wilson (steaming off full back v Scotch a few years ago! classic)
Coaches Pet:  Cunno
Best Looking: Alesci, Stump
Best Coach: Trimmas & JP
 
Favourite Blacks memory? Salisbury North Win after being 6 goals down in the third quarter to stay in Div 1
Many off field memories, not to mention the famous Bali/Singapore Footy Trip, it has been a wonderful journey over the years!!
 
Loosest Individual and why? Ben Lewis, very entertaining on a number of levels
 
Best Club Song: Green Ginger Wine,
 
Best sledge you’ve heard: Nathan Hallion kicking the wrong way v Salisbury North and a particularly stunning SN supporter stands up, swigs her UDL and yells out, “Oi mate, didn’t you go to uni!” She was pretty happy with her sledge and so was I!
 
Best Blacks player seen? NK is up there, Sebby as well, there have been many!
 
Ask & answer your own question: Q What makes the AUFC the best football club in the world.
A The people and the values that they stand for.
 
 

Will Evans 150 GAMES


Will Evans joined the club in 2007. With a baby face not too dissimilar to what we see now, he was unlucky enough to be drafted into Wayno's C grade team, also known as, 'Schreecher and the Deaf C's'...or to what the lower grade coaches at the time called 'Schreecher's a Deaf C' with the enviable record of 0 wins, 18 losses...I think their best result was a 90 point loss, the rest of them were 100+ point thumpings....strange to think such a forgettable year was so memorable to some....
 
Back to Will...who by the way was never lucky enough to gain a good nickname. 'Evolution' has to go down as one of the worst nicknames in the club history - I blame Rocky
 
Evo joined the B*stards in 2008, starting at CHB, and not too long into the year found himself in the centre due to his pace and ability to bomb goals from 50. He pre-dated Patrick Dangerfield's game, picking the ball up one handed and blindly sprinting off towards goals, seemingly with blinkers on......but was also known for being the biggest ball hog in the team, a person Sam 'Socrates' McNeil would constantly bag for being too selfish and not hand-balling before he got caught holding the ball...tough treatment coming from Sam, who himself must have been the second biggest ball hog!
 
By finals time Evo was well known to the opposition sides and became the first player I ever saw to be tagged in Div C4 football, and this continued for the next 3 years.
 
The B*stards lost a preliminary final in 2008, but the silver lining was that Evo won the C4 Medal...I think, and then the next year C3 Medal, and C4 Medal again in 2010. He had a sparkling lower grades career where the B*stards lost two preliminary finals in 2008 and 2009 and then lost the Grand Final in 2010. Although the B*stards were a shoe in for the 2009 flag if Hamish Crouch didn't kick across goal in the 2009 Prelim and lose the game....(you can print that - he knows!)
 
2011 Evo was off to play A grade...well, turns out Trimma saw things differently and he went off to play B Grade.....for 4 rounds. Round 5 2011 Will Evans made his A Grade debut against Athelstone in a tight loss. Starting on the wing, he didn't have the best game, but played a much tougher game on the wing than W@nk Bankes ever did!
 
So Congratulations to Evo for his 150th! He is known for the following
149 Games
94 Goals
30 Jugs of beer (all from bastards games)
3 Association B&F Medals
Raking right foot
Perennial baby-face
And the current clubhouse leader for batting above his average....
 
Good luck for Saturday
 
Full Name: William Michael Greig Evans
Club Nickname/s:  Evolution Baby
Age: Height: Weight 27: 191 cm: 88kg
Guernsey Number:  4 (B@stards) 34 (seniors)
Games Played: Goals Kicked: 149 games: 94 goals 
Junior Footy Club:  Pembroke
Describe yourself as a footballer (In 30 words or less): Hard running defender/wingman with a lower grades background trying to make it in the big wide world of Div 1. 
 
Favourite Movie: Actor: Drive: Ryan Gosling
 
Favourite Player Nicknames: 3 way tie - Gaping Wet Cundy, Socrates McNeil and Vulcan the Gladiator
 
Least Favourite Opposition Club: Fitzroy 
 
Favourite AFL Club: AFL Player: Adelaide Crows: Scott Thompson
 
Of the AUFC players you have played with which Player is? (Must not answer with yourself). Smartest: Tom 'Gaping Wet' Cundy
Dumbest: Grieneke
Funniest:  Ed 'Slugger' Brooks
Angriest: Nick 'Ted' Beneke & Lukas 'Campo' Antoniadis
Coaches Pet: Daniel 'Woman's' Weekly
Best Looking: Hamish 'Crouch Potato' Crouch - rates himself too 
Best Coach: Tom 'Rocky Austin - only because 'training' consisted of doing the warm up then going for beers at the British.
 
Favourite Blacks memory? 2012 B Grade Premiership, 2014 A Grade win v Sailsbury Nth, 2010 B@stards Prelim Final win v Golden Grove, Every B@stards team dinner
 
Loosest Individual and why? Tom 'Rocky' Austin - I don't think an explanation is needed
 
Best Club Song: Action Man, SPOC It.
 
Best sledge you’ve heard: "Evo - you've got the worst awareness I've ever seen" - Rulebook to me in 2012
 
Best Blacks player seen? 3 way tie - Will 'the B@stard' King, Michael 'Scrubber' Taylor and Andrew 'the Pubic Defender' 'McIntyre
 
Ask & answer your own question: Q: Can you ever beat the B@stards and expect the highest score? A: Never 
 


 

The Green Machine 150 Games


Interesting Fact: Greeny has been grey since 2004 or maybe, even earlier, at which time he was 19. Greeny has been grey since 2004 or maybe, even earlier, at which time he was 19. 
 
Arguably, Brad Green has been the most iconic SCUM footballer of the last decade. He can't kick, he's not that fit but he runs all day and hits every pack at a hundred miles an hour. Greeny is a pure Blacks devotee and true Bob Neil disciple, an advocate for everything this club stands for. Since I have coached him,  he has been the first guy that I picked and when I played with him, the my favourite player to go into battle with. A bloody legend.favourite player to go into battle with. A bloody legend.Greeny is a pure Blacks devotee and true Bob Neil disciple, an advocate for everything this club stands for. Since I have coached him,  he has been the first guy that I picked and when I played with him, the my favourite player to go into battle with. A bloody legend.favourite player to go into battle with. A bloody legend.
 
Full Name: Bradley Green
Club Nickname/s: Green Machine
Age: Height: Weight 32: 180: 110
Guernsey Number:  234
Games Played: Goals Kicked:  150: 53
Junior Footy Club:  PINT Cricket Club
Describe yourself as a footballer (In 30 words or less):
Best suited by wet weather, where skill and fitness are irrelevant.
 
Favourite Movie: Actor:  Bull Durham: Leo DiCaprio
 
Favourite Player Nicknames:  Nickname redundant, storm trooper of love
 
Least Favourite Opposition Club:  Ovingham
 
Favourite AFL Club: AFL Player:  Geelong: Gary Ablett Snr
 
Of the AUFC players you have played with which Player is? (Must not answer with yourself). Smartest: Graham Burton
Dumbest: Matthew ‘heiny’ Hein
Funniest: Clint Rule
Angriest: Paul Scoleri
Coaches Pet:  Craig Evans
Best Looking: Matt Mayes
Best Coach: Anthony Dimarzo/Ben Warren
 
Favourite Blacks memory? 2013 Scum flag!!
Loosest Individual and why? Simon Lewis due to many great stories, best summed up by protesting, as he’s being poured into a cab, “you don’t win JT Gooses at home in bed”.
 
Best Club Song: Black Man Rap City
Best sledge you’ve heard:
Technically a bad sledge, but still great:
 
**Hapless northern suburbs fullback kneels down to  tie up his shoe in front of T-Bone Manners**kneels down to  tie up his shoe in front of T-Bone Manners**kneels down to  tie up his shoe in front of T-Bone Manners**kneels down to  tie up his shoe in front of T-Bone Manners**
 
Manners: While you’re down there mate…
 
Hapless fullback: You wish, your c0ck wouldn’t fit in my mouth.your c0ck wouldn’t fit in my mouth.
 
Best Blacks player seen? Duncan Kellaway
Ask & answer your own question:
Should every blacks player buy a ticket and invite their hot female friends to the Blacks Ball on 8 August? Yes
!


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).



 
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The TEAMS for the Weekend.
 

*PS we endeavour to be perfect, but the teams may not be up by the time you receive this email. Click to view.


Black Jack & The Showgirls​

SuperGav & the Budgie Smugglers

Sexy Pimp & his C-Men
 

Cal Reid's Team Needs a Name


The Chardonnay Socialists


The B@stards


THE SCUM

A/B GRADE SCHEDULE
Round Date Opponent Venue
1 18/04/15 Rostrevor OC Cambelltown Memorial Oval
2 25/04/15 Sacred Heart OC University Oval
3 02/05/15 Portland Port Reserve
4 09/05/15 Henley University Oval
5 16/05/15 Salisbury North University Oval
6 23/05/15 Payneham NU Payneham Oval
7 30/05/15 Tea Tree Gully University Oval
8 13/06/15 Goodwood Saints Goodwood Oval
9 20/06/15 Port District Largs Reserve
10 27/06/15 Rostrevor OC University Oval
11 11/07/15 Portland University Oval
12 18/07/15 Henley Henley Memorial Oval
13 25/07/15 Salisbury North Salisbury North Oval
14 01/08/15 Payneham NU University Oval
15 08/08/15 Tea Tree Gully Pertaringa Oval
16 15/08/15 Goodwood Saints University Oval
17 22/08/15 Sacred Heart OC Sacred Heart Senior College
18 29/08/15 Port District University Oval
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