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Casey Scorpions v Port Melbourne

Sunday 8th July

Casey Fields at 2:00 PM

Casey Scorpions

Backs Strauss Davis Jetta

Half backs L Tynan Panozza J Tynan

Centreline Riseley Morton Green

Half forwards Couch Salton Gysberts

Forwards Smith Cook Davey

Followers Fitzpatrick Page Petterd

Interchange (from) Clay Hill* Fieldsend Patti Petropoulos Pollard Troutman Weekes Williams

Port Melbourne

Backs Sandilands Noonan Dillon

Half backs M Johnston Pleming Hinkley

Centreline Valenti Baird Wooffindin

Half forwards Pinwill Burstin Pitt

Forwards Francis Galea Bonaddio

Followers Skipper Cain Dwyer

Interchange (from) Breust Dermott C. Johnston Langford O'SullivJ. Purcell Thornton Woods

* 23rd player

Development League

Casey Scorpions v Port Melbourne

Sunday 8th July

Casey Fields at 11:00 AM

Casey Scorpions

Backs Allen Johnson Lindsay

Half backs Clay Patti Pollard

Centreline Gent Corry Collins

Half forwards Fieldsend Cleven Petropoulos

Forwards Troutman Dearaugo McGough

Followers Galvin McInnes Lang

Interchange (from) Bull Corrigan Johnston McFarlane McGillivray-Smith J Roberts K Roberts Rosier Thompson

Port Melbourne

Backs Wilson Evans Sutcliffe

Half backs Woods J Purcell Plant

Centreline Wall Bentick Stack

Half forwards Weightman T Allan Gordon

Forwards J Allan Musso J Morris

Followers Casey-Leigh Thornton Scipione

Interchange (from) Ballard Bond Burns Edmondson Fancellu Gale Heath Michell

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Good to see Jetta's name. I'm not convinced he'll make it in the long run, but at least he has a few rounds left to show what he's got and whether he should remain on the list. let's hope he can play the rest of the year without further injury.

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Thats a strong looking Casey side on paper!

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Thats a strong looking Casey side on paper!

5 forwards that cannot get a game in the seniors when we cannot kick a winning score.

Simply amazing

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I can't wait for the return of Jordan Gysberts!!

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5 forwards that cannot get a game in the seniors when we cannot kick a winning score.

Simply amazing

Thought exactly the same old dee! 5 more inside 50s last week and lost by 10 goals. Our makeshift forward line doesnt exactly cry out "winning score" this week. I know these players are out of form but gee we need some genuine forwards.

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I can't wait for the return of Jordan Gysberts!!

Same, disappointing game last week otherwise you'd think he'd be in. Looking forward to Strauss too, hopefully can stay on the park. Couch the best with 27 touches in an average side, surely gets a go soon. Then again we are crying out for SPEED!

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5 forwards that cannot get a game in the seniors when we cannot kick a winning score.

Simply amazing

We need fwd defensive pressure to keep the ball kin the fwd line. We had more inside 50s than Bris but the ball kept bouncing out,, Having Cook in the fwd line won't solve that. Maybe Ricky and Nev if he was fit. I like Howe in there but he seems to be playing al over the place ATM.

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Same, disappointing game last week otherwise you'd think he'd be in. Then again we are crying out for SPEED!

I think you've hit the nail on the head. I've always been a Gysberts fan, and still am, but if there's one knock on him, or one reason why he ends up not making it, it's that he's pretty slow. Having watched the junior championships you look at Wines, Mayes, Kennedy, Toumpas, and others, and you realise that players like Gysberts need to get a move on, such is the quality coming through.

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When Green gets through a full game, he will be first 'cab off the rank' for a recall to assist him to get to 250 games.

I wish I could see this game to see how Gysberts performs. I concur with BH's comments on Gysberts, particularly the pace aspect, however he can overcome this with improvement in other areas of his game. Endurance being one of them.

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Our midfield is missing both speed but just as importantly class and Gysberts has this in spades. If he builds an engine (which he lacks) and puts some more meat on his frame his lack of pace will not be an issue.

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Anyone going out there today? Really want Gysberts, Cook, Morts and Petterd to show something against a quality team today.

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Casey's Development League team wins by 40 points.

Casey Scorpions 2.4.16 6.11.47 10.14.74 16.18.114

Port Melbourne 3.5.23 6.6.42 10.8.68 11.8.74

Goals

Casey Scorpions Galvin 4 McGough 3 Lang 2 Corry Eddy Johnston Lindsay Petropoulos Roberts Troutman

Port Melbourne Weightman 3 Allan Edmondson 2 Bentick Larsen Musso Scipione

Best

Casey Scorpions Gent Collins Corry Galvin Allen McGough

Port Melbourne Bentick Purcell Scipione Gordon Edmondson Weightman

Early in the main game, Casey Scorpions 0.1.1 to Port Melbourne 1.0.6

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Big day for Casey and KC, there'll be a lot of interest I suspect, and KC your work is MASSIVELY appreciated.

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Port Melbourne is dominating the game with quick ball movement and accurate kicking in front of goal. The Borough scored the first six majors while the Scorps have struggled to convert their opportunities. Brad Green has just kicked Casey's first but they trail - 1.4.10 to 6.0.36.

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Love your work KC.

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Half Time and Port Melbourne has cleared away to a 34 point lead and seems to have Casey's measure.

Casey Scorpions 4.5.29 to Port Melbourne 10.3.63

Goalkickers: Couch Davey Fitzpatrick Green

Leading Disposals Fieldsend 15 Gysberts Davey 13 Green 12 Couch 11.

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Any stand out players for Casey so far KC? Or is it poor all over like last week?

Desperately searching for some hope for MFC...

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Sounds like Melbourne players don't want to play seniors badly enough.

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MFC website say Gysberts and Davey both have 13 possessions upto half time

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