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  1. The Casey Scorpions ventured out to the Trevor Barker Beach Oval on Saturday afternoon and survived a horror opening quarter when they trailed badly to turn things around completely when their turn came with the wind in the second term and then controlled the game in the final half to record a 31 point victory in a great finish. The game was only minutes old when Angus Brayshaw suffered yet another knock to the head causing his removal from the game as a precaution. At the same time the home team was scoring goal after goal to lead by 5.1.31 to 0.0.0 with the first term barely halfway through. Forward Liam Hulett stemmed the flow temporarily with his team's first goal but the Zebras' onslaught continued to the bell when they led by 35 points. As often happens in such cases, the home side managed to boot the first when their turn came against the wind and the Casey Scorpions were staring at a deficit of 41 points. However, that was the point in time when the game was turned on its head. With big Jake Spencer taking control in the ruck and Alex Neal-Bullen, Ben Newton and Jack Trengove dominating on the ball scored 5 goals in the space of 10 minutes to get themselves back in the game. A pleasing feature for the alignment was that the players scoring at the end of the onslaught during this period were Casey-listed players James Munro, Tim Smith, Ed Morris and Paul Pattison. One has to question how the VFL representative squad selectors failed to pick a Casey player given the form of Munro and Smith (2 goals each in the second term) or skipper Jack Hutchins for that matter. Late in the second quarter Spencer booted a long goal to put the Scorps in front and the star of the game Neal-Bullen who finished with 39 touches goaled to make the difference 11 points in favour of the visitors after a nine goal quarter. If the second quarter heoics were not enough, then it was in the third that the game was won as Casey outscored Sandy against the wind to increase its lead to three goals. Late in the game, Chris Dawes and Sam Weideman got into the goals and at one stage the lead was up to 42 points before a couple of late goals to the Zebras made the result more respectable for them. The Scorpions are on top of the ladder and face a big challenge from the Box Hill Hawks smarting from their first loss for the season. The game will be played at Casey Fields on Saturday night. Casey Scorpions 1.4.10 10.8.69 15.12.102 19.19.133 Sandringham 7.3.45 9.3.57 13.6.84 16.6.102 Goals Casey Scorpions Munro T Smith 3 Dawes Hulett Morris Weideman 2 Briggs Neal-Bullen Pattison Spencer Trengove Sandringham Dennis-Lane Shenton 3 Kreymborg McCartin 2 Cook Longer McKenzie Minchington Saunders White Best Casey Scorpions Neal-Bullen Munro Newton T Smith Hutchins White Sandringham Lee McKenzie Wright White Curren Shenton The Development League team led at half time but failed to respond to the challenge in the final term and went down by 48 points. Casey Scorpions 1.0.6 3.4.22 5.7.37 7.12.54 Sandringham 2.5.17 2.6.18 7.8.50 15.12.102 Goals Casey Scorpions Vander Haar 3 Baker Cotte Gordon Hannon Sandringham Ong 3 Cameron Payne Wilkins 2 Coates Fisscher Fox Lloyd Best Casey Scorpions Muir D Collis Vander Haar Gains McInerney Gordon Sandringham Ong Hayes Wilkins Kelso Thompson Wallace Statistics Angus Brayshaw 1 disposal 1 handball 1 tackle 6 dream team points (injured) Chris Dawes 2 goals 3 behinds disposals 12 kicks 1 handballs 8 marks 1 tackle 79 dream team points Lynden Dunn 1 behind 28 disposals 18 kicks 10 handballs 6 marks 4 tackles 103 dream team points Sam Frost 5 disposals 1 kicks 4 handballs 2 tackles 20 dream team points Liam Hulett 2 goals 2 behinds 9 disposals 8 kicks 1 handballs 3 marks 50 dream team points Max King 1 behind 6 disposals 1 kick 5 handballs 1 mark 2 tackles 10 hit outs 35 dream team points Oscar McDonald 18 disposals 10 kicks 8 handballs 4 marks 59 dream team points Alex Neal-Bullen 1 goals 39 disposals 18 kicks 21 handballs 3 marks 1 tackle 112 dream team points Ben Newton 2 behinds 32 disposals 14 kicks 18 handballs 6 marks 18 tackles 1 hit out 172 dream team points Joel Smith 10 disposals 1 kick 9 handballs 1 mark 2 tackles 29 dream team points Jake Spencer 1 goals 14 disposals 7 kicks 7 handballs 1 mark 5 tackles 40 hit outs 105 dream team points Dean Terlich 25 disposals 14 kicks 11 handballs 3 marks 8 tackles 100 dream team points Jack Trengove 1 goal 29 disposals 9 kicks 20 handballs 3 marks 6 tackles 1 hit out 92 dream team points Sam Weideman 2 goals 1 behind 10 disposals 3 kicks 7 handballs 3 marks 1 tackle 46 dream team points Mitch White 17 disposals 8 kicks 9 handballs 2 marks 7 tackles 70 dream team points
  2. Demonland

    ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE

    ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE by KC from Casey The Casey Scorpions played out yet another close game with a thrilling finish that produced a four point win at Trevor Barker Beach Oval on Saturday. A goal to on baller Tom Couch gave them the lead with less than thirty seconds left on the clock which gave Sandringham just enough time for one final push forward but Farren Ray's shot for goal missed and Casey won it's fifth game of the season by one kick or less to give it a 9-1 record and a firm hold on a top two position on the 2012 Peter Jackson VFL ladder. The skies were gloomy, the ground was soft afoot and intermittent rain affected the game between the two top four aspirants and the first quarter was certainly a scrappy affair. The Zebras dominated the early going and took first blood when Beau Wilkes marked and goaled. For the visitors Evan Panozza and Will Petropoulos were busy and it was well into the opening term before Jordan Gysberts scrambled a goal but the consensus among fans was that they were fortunate to be in arrears by only eight points at the first break although they had worked hard to produce the tight defensive football necessary to curb the home team's early dominance. The tempo of the game lifted in the second term and the rest of the game was marked by swings in momentum as first one side and then the other grappled for control of the game. Ricky Petterd and Stef Martin goaled in the opening minutes of the quarter to give Casey what turned out to be a very short-lived lead. Sandy replied with three majors and ran out to a 15 point lead in a very short space of time. At this stage the Scorpions regrouped and produced some excellent running play. Petterd kicked his second, Rian McGough chipped in with a soccer goal and, when youngster Leigh Williams kicked one late in the term, Casey had a 6 point lead to take into half time. The Scorpions maintained control of the game for most of the third quarter scoring three goals to two and at one stage had stretched the lead out to 17 points. A late goal to the Zebras was significant because it kept them in the game and set up a cracking final quarter. Coach Brett Lovett urged his players to work hard in the final term and suggested that they should be the fresher team because of their lighter workload over the previous five weeks but things didn't work that way. With Wilkes on fire and the Zebras full of running, the lead was pegged back and eventually the home side took a narrow lead early in time on. It took two great goals to secure the win for Casey which was playing with two debutants in Chris Clay and Gippsland Power's Tom Muir among its eleven non AFL players. Recruit Tim Smith marked near the boundary and his shot restored the lead for the Scorps but then both sides scrambled points before Tom Couch, who had been heavily tagged all day, kicked truly to put them in front again. Casey's best was skipper Panozza who had a team best of 30 disposals and is a much improved player under Lovett's coaching. Gysberts and Martin were also prominent while another improver in Ricky Plummer was lively and Tim Smith and Luke Tynan continued to produce some promising football. James Strauss got through his important return game after his broken leg 10 month's ago and displayed some sublime kicking skills. It was a triumph for Lovett and his team who are getting used to winning the close ones, and while luck plays a part in such results, they also take a quality team to consistently produce them. In that respect, it was just another day at the office for the Casey Scorpions. HOW THE DEMONS FARED See melbournefc.com.au - Casey player review by Paul Satterley Casey Scorpions 1.4.10 6.10.46 9.11.65 11.15.81 Sandringham 2.6.18 5.8.38 7.12.54 10.17.77 Goals Casey Scorpions Gysberts Martin Petterd 2 Bennell Couch McGough Smith Williams Sandringham Wilkes 4 Shenton 2 Cockie Ledger Markworth Polo Best Casey Scorpions Panozza Gysberts Strauss Martin Plummer Smith Sandringham Peake Cockie Markworth Curren Marigliani Ferguson Sandringham Peake Cockie Markworth Curren Marigliani Ferguson Main possession winners Panozza 30, Gysberts 23, Martin 21, Strauss, L Tynan 18 AFL Development League Casey Scorpions 2.2.14 3.4.22 7.5.47 13.7.85 Sandringham 1.3.9 4.5.29 5.6.36 9.7.61 Goals Casey Scorpions Salton 3 Fitzpatrick Hill Lindsay 2 Chin Galvin Lawrence McInnes Sandringham Fallon Lourey 2 Brown Rist Sands Staley Stevens Best Casey Scorpions Pollard Salton Gent Patti McInnes Weekes Sandringham Meehan Sands Widdowson Stevens Plostins
  3. Demonland

    ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE

    ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE by KC from Casey The Casey Scorpions played out yet another close game with a thrilling finish that produced a four point win at Trevor Barker Beach Oval on Saturday. A goal to on baller Tom Couch gave them the lead with less than thirty seconds left on the clock which gave Sandringham just enough time for one final push forward but Farren Ray's shot for goal missed and Casey won it's fifth game of the season by one kick or less to give it a 9-1 record and a firm hold on a top two position on the 2012 Peter Jackson VFL ladder. The skies were gloomy, the ground was soft afoot and intermittent rain affected the game between the two top four aspirants and the first quarter was certainly a scrappy affair. The Zebras dominated the early going and took first blood when Beau Wilkes marked and goaled. For the visitors Evan Panozza and Will Petropoulos were busy and it was well into the opening term before Jordan Gysberts scrambled a goal but the consensus among fans was that they were fortunate to be in arrears by only eight points at the first break although they had worked hard to produce the tight defensive football necessary to curb the home team's early dominance. The tempo of the game lifted in the second term and the rest of the game was marked by swings in momentum as first one side and then the other grappled for control of the game. Ricky Petterd and Stef Martin goaled in the opening minutes of the quarter to give Casey what turned out to be a very short-lived lead. Sandy replied with three majors and ran out to a 15 point lead in a very short space of time. At this stage the Scorpions regrouped and produced some excellent running play. Petterd kicked his second, Rian McGough chipped in with a soccer goal and, when youngster Leigh Williams kicked one late in the term, Casey had a 6 point lead to take into half time. The Scorpions maintained control of the game for most of the third quarter scoring three goals to two and at one stage had stretched the lead out to 17 points. A late goal to the Zebras was significant because it kept them in the game and set up a cracking final quarter. Coach Brett Lovett urged his players to work hard in the final term and suggested that they should be the fresher team because of their lighter workload over the previous five weeks but things didn't work that way. With Wilkes on fire and the Zebras full of running, the lead was pegged back and eventually the home side took a narrow lead early in time on. It took two great goals to secure the win for Casey which was playing with two debutants in Chris Clay and Gippsland Power's Tom Muir among its eleven non AFL players. Recruit Tim Smith marked near the boundary and his shot restored the lead for the Scorps but then both sides scrambled points before Tom Couch, who had been heavily tagged all day, kicked truly to put them in front again. Casey's best was skipper Panozza who had a team best of 30 disposals and is a much improved player under Lovett's coaching. Gysberts and Martin were also prominent while another improver in Ricky Plummer was lively and Tim Smith and Luke Tynan continued to produce some promising football. James Strauss got through his important return game after his broken leg 10 month's ago and displayed some sublime kicking skills. It was a triumph for Lovett and his team who are getting used to winning the close ones, and while luck plays a part in such results, they also take a quality team to consistently produce them. In that respect, it was just another day at the office for the Casey Scorpions. HOW THE DEMONS FARED See melbournefc.com.au - Casey player review by Paul Satterley Casey Scorpions 1.4.10 6.10.46 9.11.65 11.15.81 Sandringham 2.6.18 5.8.38 7.12.54 10.17.77 Goals Casey Scorpions Gysberts Martin Petterd 2 Bennell Couch McGough Smith Williams Sandringham Wilkes 4 Shenton 2 Cockie Ledger Markworth Polo Best Casey Scorpions Panozza Gysberts Strauss Martin Plummer Smith Sandringham Peake Cockie Markworth Curren Marigliani Ferguson Sandringham Peake Cockie Markworth Curren Marigliani Ferguson Main possession winners Panozza 30, Gysberts 23, Martin 21, Strauss, L Tynan 18 AFL Development League Casey Scorpions 2.2.14 3.4.22 7.5.47 13.7.85 Sandringham 1.3.9 4.5.29 5.6.36 9.7.61 Goals Casey Scorpions Salton 3 Fitzpatrick Hill Lindsay 2 Chin Galvin Lawrence McInnes Sandringham Fallon Lourey 2 Brown Rist Sands Staley Stevens Best Casey Scorpions Pollard Salton Gent Patti McInnes Weekes Sandringham Meehan Sands Widdowson Stevens Plostins
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