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John Dee

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John Dee last won the day on February 20 2015

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About John Dee

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    Master Demon
  • Birthday 04/10/1952

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  • Favourite Player(s)
    Hunt, Viney, Petracca, Jones

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    Narre Warren
  • Interests
    Bridge;Baseball

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  1. Demonstone's Dirty Dozen

    12 James Harmes
  2. Demonstone's Dirty Dozen

    Which four are left?
  3. Demonstone's Dirty Dozen

    12 Jace Bode
  4. Demonstone's Dirty Dozen

    Ben Beams
  5. Demonstone's Dirty Dozen

    10 Cameron Hunter
  6. Demonstone's Dirty Dozen

    5. Luke Tapscott
  7. 6. Hunt 5. Petracca 4. Watts 3. Salem 2. Oliver 1. Melksham
  8. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 22

    6. Hogan 5. Pederson 4. Jones 3. Hibberd 2. Jetta 1. Melksham
  9. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 21

    6. Pederson 5. Harmes 4. Lewis 3. Brayshaw 2. Oliver 1. Jones
  10. Casey Demons v Northern Blues

    King is coming along quite well. He held his own in the ruck against a behemoth from Carlton. His around the ground marking was better but could improve. He got his hands to a number of marks but didn't complete them. His hands are quite good in the contest and released his midfielders by hand a number of times. Definitely a work in progress but developing well.
  11. Casey Demons v Northern Blues

    Watts was fine, he got involved with quite a few scoring passages, particularly in the first half. He relieved King in the ruck and did quite alright. Kielty was the best Casey player by a mile, impassable when the ball came in long.
  12. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 20

    6. TMac 5. Gawn 4. Oliver 3. OMac 2. Jetta 1. Maynard
  13. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 19

    6. Oliver 5. TMac 4. Harmes 3. Tyson 2. OMac 1. Lewis
  14. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 18

    6. Hibberd 5. Jetta 4. Oliver 3. Hunt 2. Hogan 1. OMac
  15. The treatment of Dean Kent

    I've still got the X-Rays from Dick Whittington Hospital. Travel Insurance came through and got her onto the earliest QANTUS flight they could. The hospital put her into a temporary cast with a big split down the middle. This allowed her to fly, as it allowed expansion of the foot; mostly due to the lower air pressure. When she got home she got a monstrous screw and a heap of wire in the foot, which then went into a moonboot. She was not allowed to put any pressure on it for three months. The doctor said that, if she followed instructions, she would make a 100% recovery, and she did. She has gone back to London again. She will probably be home in a couple of years and she can come to the footy with me again.
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