Love the app, any word or plans for an iPad version?
I would love for them to make and IPAD app too. It sucks having on the Iphone version of the app. It does not turn to Landscape. It would be well for the Fee it they made another app just for the Ipad
I use the iPhone app on my iPad and it works fine, however we do have one in the works. BK and I have talked about it and there will be some new versions of the Apps coming this summer in 2012.
How much would you be willing to pay for an exclusive iPad RF.net app? $2.99? Or free with ads?
Mac Users Dashboard Widget: http://www.apple.com/downloads
Requires Mac OS 10.4.3+
Thanks for sharing information. Actually I had also the same question in mind for a long time anyways you started this thread & I am so happy.
The shoes V.F.L had changed its name towards the A.F.L (Australian Football League) and everyone
grasped the concept except maybe for die hard traditional Victorians.
The game spread towards the other states of Australia but in no way had the profile that it
had in Victoria. Elite players from interstate came to Victoria to pit their ability
against the top inside the nation.
Interstate carnivals began inside the 1950`s but it soon became evident that Victoria
was clearly dominant occasionally winning games by extraordinary amounts.
The governing body of football decided to relocate one of the V.F.L teams to
Sydney in New South Wales.Therefore the South Melbourne Football Club moved
north in 1982.By the late 80`s the V.F.L could see the interest level soaring
from other States and put the wheels in motion to contain teams from Interstate,
West Coast Eagles in Western Australia
Of the past 7 Grand Finals played, including 2006 last week, 6 have been won by what
Victorians call "Interstate Clubs". The last 3 being contested by non Victorian clubs.
Let me clarify:
By 2000 the game had gone truly national having a 16 team competition from five States.
With West Coast winning 2 premierships (`92 & `94 ) and Adelaide winning 2 (`97,`98)
the revered Premiership Cup had left the borders of Victoria for the first time since
Our game has changed, of that there is no doubt. And for the better too.
Just don`t tell too many Victorians that.
Australian rules football has now only been recognised as a really national competition.
After a decade along with a half of fighting off the V.F.L (Victorian Football League)
stigma, the A.F.L could be delighted using the last 6 years results.
Australian guidelines football was developed by 2 enterprising young males back in
the Mid 1800`s who required to locate a way of keeping the cricketers fitness levels
up for the duration of winter.
They came up with what we know nowadays as "Aussie Rules".
Adelaide Crows in South Australia
By the 1970`s this format was changed to permit players to represent the State they
initially came from. This allowed all the elite players from other states that had been
playing V.F.L to "Go Home" and represent their own State.
This had a dramatic impact on the Interstate competition and purchased renewed interest
from the other States.
Played only in the State of Victoria initially,in 1897, the Victorian Football League
or V.F.L was born. This competition was the elite of footballers from Melbourne and
It was a thriving competition attracting crowds in excess of 60,000 to each of the
6 games played on a Saturday afternoon in suburban Melbourne.
(Port Adelaide S.A and Fremantle W.A had been later inclulsions)
Brisbane Bears(later Lions) in Queensland.
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