UP IN THE AIR... A count in round one left the fate of junior colt teams Kadina and Moonta up in the air, as was the case when Jackson Window, Brody Watson and Jake Carruthers-Murray battled for the ball earlier this season. UP IN THE AIR... A count in round one left the fate of junior colt teams Kadina and Moonta up in the air, as was the case when Jackson Window, Brody Watson and Jake Carruthers-Murray battled for the ball earlier this season.

Kadina juniors finally counted out

It wasn’t supposed to be this complicated.

Teenager Will Schultz had agreed to coach Kadina’s junior colts and in his first match, at Moonta, he had a big call to make.

After several parents near the Kadina bench noticed Moonta had fielded an extra player, Schultz asked for a count partway through the third quarter, his team up by about a goal.

Little did Schultz know the ripple effect would carry right through to the end of the season, culminating in a league meeting last Wednesday, August 15, during which his side’s hopes of playing finals were dashed.

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