If you kick and a goal and the score is wiped (Captain calls for a headcount and Umpire counts up to 19) does the stat still count? Can you kick 10 goals in a game when your team only scores 11 points in total? If not, then can you kick your hundredth goal for the season twice in one game? Will everyone run out on the field twice. Other comments answer this question to AFL standard (i.e. it’s an impossibility now) but in lower leagues – including the VFL and NEAFL – it can happen. When the score is wiped due to Hot Best Bulldog Dad Ever Vintage Retro Shirt a headcount all stats are still recorded except scores.
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The score is wiped due to “unfair practices” so any scores made by individual players are also removed. Who’s to Hot Best Bulldog Dad Ever Vintage Retro Shirt say who the 19th man is on the field? The team is punished collectively and individually. So yes, one could (in theory) kick 100 goals for the season twice. One could also kick a league record bag of goals only to have them all nullified by a 19th man. That would be an awkward shower room after the game. I thought it was essentially made obsolete by the new interchange system and rules, but you’re saying it’s totally gone? Like even if the quarter starts and there are 19 players on the field?