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Rusty Nails

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  1. Rusty Nails

    Demonland Player of the Year 2018 - Round 9

    6. Melk 5. Lever 4. Jones 3. Gawn 2. ANB 1. Gus Tough to pick outside of Melk... great team effort!
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    Just the Demons Mono, although after today who knows!!
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    Sorry i was 1 off...subtract one place from each (see edit). They are averages so all relative comparisons SF
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    ANB in 9th spot for tackles i50 behind Hannan, Weids & Fritsch (6th, 7th & 8th respectively)
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    Yeh a chase down for holding the ball and a snap goal Is also in our top 5 for forward 50 tackles behind Pedders, Clarry, Jeffy, and Harmes
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    Is in our top 5 this season for score involvements (averages) at AFL level
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    Selectors have woken the bear
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    WHO IS THE BETTER #13

    That was not so much the case early in his career Maldon. He went from good to sublime though spending many an extra hour after training (often under lights at the Junction...sometimes the last player off the ground!) perfecting his lovely left foot and alot of that from close to the boundary deep in the pockets / flanks. Took the odd speckie and i must have watched a diff career as i never thought of him as soft at any stage (more of an outside class mid / forward...i see a little of Yze in Fritsch at times).....
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    Frankston v Casey Demons - Round 7

    The one thing with Bugg is ....you know he's always going to give you a red hot contest and has an uncanny knack of getting to where the ball drops. Reads the play very well up forward.
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    URGENT PLEASE READ: Site Downtime

    Ok thx Andy i'll follow it up
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    Round 9 Non MFC Games ... Shanghai Dumplings

    I have it on good authority that the producer caught wind of a live ratings update during the match and had a word in their ear to start talking up the next Crows match DZ
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    URGENT PLEASE READ: Site Downtime

    Andy how can I tell when annual membership is due pls?
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    Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 9

    Not questioning his resting ruck capabilities W. Just don't think they'll risk him for the ones in the middle of the ground where the opposing ruckman gets to line you up and take a run at his opponent. Around the ground once the ball leaves that area? More than likely, especially forward of centre. Bull to cover off the middle and even a few up forward as required, similar to the Cats last year (sharing this forward part with Tommy).
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    Round 9 Non MFC Games ... Shanghai Dumplings

    This is one ordinary yawn fest at the oval. When does that wedding start again?
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    Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 9

    I just hope the forward line doesn't get too crowded Wise as Bull is more of a lead up forward and too many bodies in front (in particular Big Maxy lol) will block his normal running lanes plus the Blues are known to flood a fair bit! Anyways i really have no idea but we'll find out soon enough if the FD / line coaches (and forwards!) have all the t's crossed and it all clicks. Your view on T-Mac not being risked in the ruck is still valid IMO in particular in the middle. I reckon they won't risk him in any significant ruck role there either after the recent return from such a long lay off. Might see him in a few forward 50 cameos at throw ins, where bodies are generally not cracking in "front on" though and just body on body. No third man up is a big help in reducing injury risk here also. Thinking Bull takes the relief duties in the middle.
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