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“It needs to be tried at a higher level, our skills aren’t as sharp as an AFL players” – VFL Coach on the rules trials

As the AFL continues full steam ahead with its VFL rules trials, Coburg coach Leigh Adams who’s taken part in both trials so far doesn’t think there’s enough evidence to introduce the new rules full time.

The two main trials have seen a double sized goal square and a six, six, six starting formation, and Adams believes they’ve had little effect.

His view is the AFL should trial them at the elite level in next year’s pre-season series, rather than bring them in during the season proper.

Adams, a 100-gamer for North Melbourne, spoke to Macquarie Sports Radio’s Matt Thompson and Tony Shaw on Monday morning.

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