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  1. Not sure if been mentioned but he has a BOG Three Brownlow vote game on Kennedy.
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Does that mean all the posters on Demonland should never appraise player or coach performances?
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    Farewell Dean Kent

    Kent had a top 10 best and fairest vote per game time position this seAson. Small forward is a weak position at the club. With so many delistings, it seems a waste to effectively lose him for nothing when there is no list size pressures.
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    Farewell Dean Kent

    Fit and with any continuity he was best 22 - its a horrible trade.
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    Ben Long

    Super quick. If he can find a bit more composure, would be handy. More versatile than many think.
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    2018 Premiership ramifications

    The Eagles dont play fumbly defensive forward dribblers who cant kick and refuse to take a straight line at the ball or the body.
  7. 6. James Harmes 5. Clayton Oliver 4. Aaron VandenBerg 3. Christian Petracca 2. Joel Smith 1. Angus Brayshaw
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    Demonland Player of the Year - Semi Final

    6. Jack Viney - by so far the best on the ground. An incredible performance off 66% game time. 5. Max Gawn - Shaded McEvoy. If he doesn't play, we don't win. Tapwork second half instrumental. 4. Clayton Oliver - 7 clearances, 8 tackles - grinded away again. 3. Tom McDonald - four goals and was the safety valve and steadier all night. 2. James Harmes - battled hard against Mitchell, didn't let him cut us up. 1. Michael Hibberd - very good in the first half.
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    GAMEDAY - Semi Final

    Viney has been by so far the best player on the ground it isn't funny. Only played 65% game time as well. Incredible.
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    GAMEDAY - Semi Final

    Technically yes, but if all those are given in finals, it will get farcical.
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    GAMEDAY - Semi Final

    I agree was basically a basketball charging foul situation. I don't think it should have been a free in AFL football, but it would have been very hard for Oliver to stay upright.
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    Dion Johnstone

    I think that would be fair based on what his performances were as a pressure forward, but since moving to defence he has become a more interesting prospect and definitely not as automatic a delist option as he once was.
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    Dion Johnstone

    He’s now playing as a back pocket and has been going ok. Hes hard at it and kicks well off both sides. The query is is he nimble enough to control good AFL small forwards and nimble enough to break away from traffic to distribute the ball.
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    Alex Neal-Bullen

    His pressure and effort is great there is no doubt about that. I don't think his detractors will have ever said a bad word about that. The knock on him is that he has killed momentum in games by butchering basically guaranteed goal opportunities. Viney laid 9 tackles in the first half, including some holding the balls, so I'd argue he set the tackling tone, but ANB was obviously good in this regard. The way I saw the game - Harmes, Weideman, Viney, Brayshaw, T.McDonald, Salem, Oliver, Gawn, Lewis, Jetta, Frost Vandenberg were better players and I really thought Oscar McDonald was terrific as well. Thought Neal-Bullen's was a 7/10 game.
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    Alex Neal-Bullen

    Not sure what my football ability has got to do with it but Jay Lockhart might be the one challenging him next year. My point is that Geelong sent their worst their player to him, which is relevant to analyzing his performance, as is the fact we basically dominated the game. But credit to him, zero ball use clangers the last two weeks after 50 previously. It's made him a good player the last two weeks.
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