Like you i would be concerned if there were a large number of blow out scores in the juniors My quick analysis - based upon scores inputted thus far (excluding Division 1 and all seniors) is that: only 6 games with a win of 7 goals plus Not bad for Round 1 when traditionally there are teams that play short or may not have had trial games etc etc
Keep in mind as well that Granville grade teams based upon the views of the individual clubs and do have the option of regrading after 3-4 rounds if it is deemed necessary
Round one is too quick to react but if teams like Toongabbie 12/3, Newington 12/4, Dundas 14/3, Pendle Hill 15/2 and Guildford Youth/2 keep winning like they did on the weekend over the next few weeks they may find themselves in another division
As stated, GDSFA grade teams predominately on the recommendation of clubs, but obviously take into account previous season results. Also, with the variation in teams, especially juniors, unbalanced grading will occur. However, GDSFA will review team gradings in the next few weeks and adjust wherever possible.
In the case of the Dundas v Guildford 14/3, Guildford only had 8 players who tired their heart out for the entire game.