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  1. Rd 1 Team with Lever

    tyson is gonna step up big time...right up a step-ladder when he takes on zac smith in round 1! (also, added gawn - oliver - viney)
  2. Rd 1 Team with Lever

    interesting that - judging from the very early reports - frost seems to be being trialled as a spare parts mid / ruck role, presumably a la blicavs? i still tend to think he'll be best 22 for us, but it'll be interesting to see how we structure up; i always saw frost as returning to that running chb role that he played well when in form, but perhaps there's a surprise in store B: Jetta - O Mac - Vince HB: Hunt - Lever - Hibberd C: Salem - Jones - Lewis HF: Petracca - Hogan - Melksham F: Pedersen - T Mac - Garlett Foll: Gawn - Oliver - Viney I/c: Tyson - Frost - Hannan - ANB Emerg: Brayshaw - vandenBerg - Weideman
  3. 2008 Redrafted

    nic nat was always clear that he was always set up staying / returning to western australia my top 10 08 re-drafted would be: 1. haneberry 2. sloane 3. beams 4. sidebottom 5. davis 6. shuey 7. hurley 8. hill 9. walters 10. picken
  4. Preseason Training - Week commencing 20/11/17

    lever returning to training early: http://www.theage.com.au/afl/afl-news/melbourne-demon-jake-lever-to-start-training-on-monday-20171118-gzo41l.html
  5. Preseason Training - Week commencing 13/11/17

    Keep the reports coming Saty, love ya work
  6. Casey Demon Bayley Fritsch, methinks that should be Would love him, Pettrucelle and Spargo with those three picks clustered together
  7. The Andrew Brayshaw Thread

    it'll be interesting to see where he sits - seems like a player that has rocketed into the top 5, with brisbane and freo (both interstate sides) seemingly keen for underage watchers, is he better than gus? my biggest criticism of gus (other than his unfortunate inability to stay on the park) is that he misses those 'dolly' kicks from 35m that should scythe through the air to a teammate - too often they go wide, high or short it's funny really, cos he seems fine kicking it long
  8. Preseason Training - Week commencing 13/11/17

    first major injury for the afl preseason - Carlton's Sam Docherty has done his ACL and apparently it’s a really bad one
  9. Preseason Training - Week commencing 13/11/17

    Music licensing costs a fortune They’d be using free budget stuff Shoukd get Dave Larkin to compose some originals!
  10. Jack Trengove has signed a one-year deal with Port Adelaide. He joins the club as a delisted free agent.
  11. An Ideal Fixture

    love the idea of making up a fixture, but there is no way you'd want to face the tigers coming off a five day break and a trip back from the gold coast so much of it depends on where you finish and which 'band' other teams around you fall into but say miracles of miracles happen and we actually won the flag next year beating, say, geelong, with the ladder at end of season as follows: melbourne geelong richmond port gw$ swans footscray crows peptides fremantle meth coke hawthorn collingwood st. kilda lions north gc17 carlton now let's say we get double games against: top band: geelong, port middle band: adelaide crows, hawthorn bottom band: brisbane lions that'd mean a fixture could look like this, using basically the same structure as you: Round 1 @ Geelong MCG (7.50pm Friday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 2 vs Port Adelaide MCG (2.10pm Saturday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 3 @ Brisbane Lions Gabba (4.35pm Saturday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 4 @ Hawthorn MCG (7.50pm Friday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 5 vs Peptides Docklands (1.45pm Saturday) 5 day break ... but the Tigers to also only get a 5 and a half day break, having played the night before against the pies Round 6 @ Richmond MCG (7.25pm Wednesday) 10 day break Round 7 @ Port Adelaide Adelaide Oval (7.50pm Friday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 8 vs St Kilda MCG (7.25pm Saturday) Round 9 @ Footscray Docklands (7.50pm Friday) Round 10 vs Fremantle Darwin (7.20pm Saturday) Round 11 Bye Round 12 vs Collingwood MCG (3.20pm Monday) Round 13 vs Geelong Kardinia Park (3.20pm Sunday) Round 14 @ North Melbourne Docklands (4.40pm Sunday) Round 15 @ GC17 Carrara (1.10pm Sunday) Round 16 @ Carlton MCG (3.20pm Sunday) Round 17 vs Adelaide Crows Alice Springs (1.45 Saturday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 18 vs Brisbane Lions MCG (2.10pm Saturday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 19 @ Meth Coke Perth Oval (7.25pm Saturday) Round 20 vs Sydney MCG (2.10 Saturday) Round 21 vs Hawthorn MCG (7.25pm Saturday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 22 @ Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval (4.40 Saturday) ... a reciprocal rights game Round 23 vs GW$ MCG (time tbd) i wonder, however, whether we could play that late in alice / that early in darwin; usually the timings around both are reversed locations: 11 games at the mcg 4 games at docklands 2 games in the nt 2 games at adelaide oval 1 games at perth stadium 1 game at the gabba 1 game at carrara times: 9 day games 9 night games 3 twilight 1 tbd
  12. The 2018 Fixture Thread

    Add Jack Watts to that list of moaning... Also it’s four stops more often than not as trains are on the city loop - from Richmond to parliament to central to fragstaff to southern cross Also re the q addrsssed to me, I would presume it’s called a fixture not a draw because it’s ‘fixed’ in terms of who plays when and where, and it’s not a draw cos it’s not ‘even’, ie everyone plays each other twice, both home and away No idea why nrl people would call it a schedule, perhaps cos the timing of their games are not fixed but scheduled by the tv network preferences?
  13. The 2018 Fixture Thread

    gotta remember who the ceo of the competition goes for...
  14. The 2018 Fixture Thread

    first up, it's a fixture, not a draw i have no issues with who we play, but some of the choices around timings are utterly bizarre from a financial pov, i think it's pretty crippling, and really, cos it's a fixture and not a draw, that's all that matters; we'll be up against it this year to turn a positive unless our side is very, very good and we make finals we simply must win more than 13 games to make finals, and quite honestly i think 12 will be a stretch as i'm writing off those two games against footscray after the nt trips
  15. The 2018 Fixture Thread

    from a financial perspective it's a bit of a disaster tbh only three 'marquee' games: - round 1 v judas and his mob - round 5 v tigers - round 12 v pies from a football perspective it's okay-ish
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