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Post  jack mcbride on Sat Apr 24, 2010 2:05 am

here in australia I run an independent league, that is now celebrating it's 40th anniversary...1971-2010. We play March through to November, a 30 game regular season, with two domestic cups and three interleague cups. We have a second tier which plays 46 match regular seasons while also competing for the two domestic cups. We abide, primarily, by the original subutteo rules, with some adjustments to give a more competitive edge to games. The teams are a mixture of some famous real teams and other player named teams. The top tier is made up of 16 teams, plays 30 matches, with the bottom three teams at the end of each season facing relegation. We have recently started a new points format...5 points for an away shutout win of 3 goals or more...4 points for an away win...2 points for an away draw...3 points for a home win and 1 point for a home draw. I post results on my facebook profile under notes...Jack McBride...Vincent has me on his friends list. You can follow our little competition for the remainder of this season and see if you like our system. The season is split into two halves...march to june...august to november. In the Winter Break, teams compete in The Winter Cup, an annual tournament that sees 32 teams play a match every two days until there are only two teams left, over a four week period. Thank you...Jack.

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Re: independent league in australia

Post  Guest on Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:01 pm

Do you have 32 individuals taking part in your league?
Or do you play each play multiple teams?

How do you do home versus away to give the home team an advantage?

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Post  Admin on Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:55 pm

Whatever the league format is, it's good to hear about a league in Australia.
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Re: independent league in australia

Post  Rob Smith on Sat May 01, 2010 6:05 pm

have i been asleep for the last 18 months???

why have i not heard of this?

where are you based Jack?

i can't find you on facebook or on Vincents friends?

please contact me, Subbuteo is alive in Australia

cheers

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Post  wolfden on Sun May 23, 2010 1:01 pm

Same here Rob, were are you Jack hope you are in Sydney, always looking for a flick around.

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Post  Admin on Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:31 am

Any news, Jack?
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Re: independent league in australia

Post  Martin Hodds on Mon Jul 05, 2010 6:08 pm

Maybe he is playing with himself. Very Happy

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