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IC11 Men\\\'s...
Authored by: Cam Homes on Thursday, September 01 2011 @ 10:27 pm ACST

10 fans per team is 180 fans that did not turn up. + 40 for the women. I seem to recall that two of the womens matches were underlights or twilight games 15-20 fans per team to those matches?? roughly 230-240 possible fans we know weren't there because it wasn't tried.

Same deal in Melbourne = around 500 spectators who didn't go.

All a bit as tinka said the attitude seems to be about what might not happen instead of what just might happen if it is tried.

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IC11 Men\\\\\\\'s...
Authored by: Brett Northey on Thursday, September 01 2011 @ 11:07 pm ACST

But I'm saying that there were at least a few affiliations.  For a full discussion as to whether it would or wouldn't work, and whether it was or wasn't tried, we'd need to know how many, but not something I'm contemplating chasing.

So I agree it would be good, it's just not clear if it did happen or not, I just know it was attempted in 2008 without any real crowd impact.  Sounds like a good idea, not sure it makes a big difference in reality to crowds.  But where it is useful is building contacts, potential exchange programs, support etc.

Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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