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Interchange 2.0.1

Interchange has been updated to version 2.0.1 ready for the start of the 2016 Australian junior AFL season.

This update covers off a few areas which will make it easier for team managers to submit electronic Match Reports.

Team Officials

Team Officials can now be loaded via the team imports, entered manually on the Team List screen and included in Match Reports.

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Interchange updated for 2016

Interchange has undergone a major upgrade for 2016.

With support from the West Australian Football Commission and ShedWorx, Interchange has been redeveloped to support the management of two teams simultaneously.

“The WAFC recognises the importance of providing equal playing opportunities to all players involved in junior competitions and applications such as ‘Interchange’ provide a simple to use mechanism for coaches and teams to ensure that all players receive equal game time and that rotations are managed in effective way”

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Interchange fires up for 2014

The 2014 Football season in Australia is well underway with a number of clubs and districts moving to Interchange from Shedworx as their go-to interchange manager app.
Running a fast-moving interchange with constant movement throughout the game is a time-consuming and stressful task for team managers. Interchange makes a complex task easy, taking care of player time management.
With input from professional AFL clubs and junior districts around the country, Interchange is the best way to manage teams on game day.
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Heat Map for Forwards

As a forward you can use the heat map to recognize where you are getting goals and behinds.

Behinds (or points), marked in grey, are an indication of the areas on the ground you should practice your set shots from during the week.

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Heat Map for Defenders

It's important to know that heat maps are supposed to look different depending on your general position on the ground. In this post we will look at heat maps for defensive positions.

A defender has other important stats (such as spoils) however they can analyze their heat map in the following way. The majority of your touches should be in the defensive 50m arc however make sure you are being attacking on turn over and you should aim to be receiving some touches up as far as the wing.

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Heat Map for Midfielders

The bulk of a midfielder's heat map should show touches between the 50m arcs.

If you are not getting many touches in the centre circle this could be a trigger to improve your centre clearance work. Do this by organizing some set plays with your ruck man.

If you have an absence of touches backward of centre, this is a trigger that you are not helping your team out defensively. Getting back to help stop opposition ball movement will result in you getting more touches and starting the ball movement forward.

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Goal Kicking Routines

To win a game of football you need to kick the most goals! Obvious enough assumption, however not a lot of time is spent training in this area considering just how important it actually is. To improve your goal kicking you need to start where the pros start: Develop a goal kicking routine.

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FootyStar upgrade - 1.1.0

FootyStar version 1.1.0 is out now on the App Store!

We've fixed an annoying Timer bug which made FootyStar skip a quarter in some situations, and added a few new things...

New in this update is:

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FootyStar in The West Australian

FootyStar was reviewed today in The West Australian.

Try FootyStar for yourself today!

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FootyStar in the news!

FootyStar is off and running after being featured on 7 News in Perth tonight.

Check out the video to see why everyone loves FootyStar!

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