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The Keith "Bluey" Truscott Memorial Trophy - 2015

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When Jesse Hogan played his first season of senior football in 2013 he kicked 38 (?) goals and won Casey's B&F. I think he's kicked 39 so far in his first season of AFL so I wonder where he'll finish in our B&F this year. I guess you would have to think that Bernie is probably favourite but you never know. What does everyone think?

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I still think McDonald is a big chance to win. He'll be miles in front after round 10. Just depends if Bernie can catch him.

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I agree with Moon, top 3. If Vince regains form in the last 3 rounds he'll take it out.

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very competitive this year for once.

Jones,Vince,Tmac,Hogan,Viney,Brayshaw,Watts,Gawn,Cross,Garlett will make up the top ten I reckon.

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very competitive this year for once.

Jones,Vince,Tmac,Hogan,Viney,Brayshaw,Watts,Gawn,Cross,Garlett will make up the top ten I reckon.

First, it's a great night for anyone yet to attend. Unfortunately I'll be enjoying the sunny climes of the Costa Brava.

I think Dunn may pip either Cross or Garlett.

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Vince, Jones, Hogan, T-Mac as top 4 - I'm guessing in that order

5th will be a battle between Viney, Gawn, Dunn and Garlett.

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I suspect it'll be a lot closer than previous years. Hogan has been one of our most consistent.

I'll say:

1. Vince

2. Hogan

3. McDonald

4. Jones

22. Lumumba

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I think top 4 will be Vince, Jones, Viney and TMac but not sure the order. Hogan fifth.

Remainder of the top 10 I think will include Watts, Cross, Garlett and lottery for the last 2 spots from Brayshaw, Gawn, Vanders, Jetta and Tyson.

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Not sure if the voting criteria is still the same, but David Neitz only ever won one Bluey, so not sure how they'll view Hogan vote wise.

For mine its a 3 horse race between Tommy Mac, Dunn and Bernie.

With Jones and Cross not far behind.
Viney missed 6 games so will be hard for him to get up there as it rewards consistency.

After that its a crapshoot as nobody has really been consistent for long stretches.

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Top 10: IMO

1: Vince

2: Viney

3: TMac

4: N.Jones

5: Cross

6: Hogan

7: Brayshaw

8: Watts

9: Dunn

10:Vandenburg

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After his effort last year a real disappointment has been Dom Tyson. I think he was runner-up wasn't he? Really hasn't come on at all this year. We'll probably find out at the end of the season that he's been playing with a fractured leg all year.

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Tyson, Dunn, Brayshaw and Jetta in the top-10 and no Garland? Who said Melbourne supporters were aloof and out of touch!

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When Jesse Hogan played his first season of senior football in 2013 he kicked 38 (?) goals and won Casey's B&F. I think he's kicked 39 so far in his first season of AFL so I wonder where he'll finish in our B&F this year. I guess you would have to think that Bernie is probably favourite but you never know. What does everyone think?

39.

Hogan is a dead set certainty to finish top 3 and I suspect he'll come second to Vince.

Jones and McDonald will round out the top 4.

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39.

Hogan is a dead set certainty to finish top 3 and I suspect he'll come second to Vince.

Jones and McDonald will round out the top 4.

Viney?

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It's a joke to call one of them best and fairest, give them what they have given the supporters, nothing.

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I think Vince would be the frontrunner at the moment, not convincingly. Jones, McDonald, Hogan, Cross, Watts, Garlett, Dunn then Viney then Keep in mind Viney missed 6, nearly 7 full games. Gawn could probably fit into the 10 but he too missed 9 games.

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After his effort last year a real disappointment has been Dom Tyson. I think he was runner-up wasn't he? Really hasn't come on at all this year. We'll probably find out at the end of the season that he's been playing with a fractured leg all year.

Same thing happened to Garland after he finished runner up in 2013 (3rd, 4th and 5th that year were Terlich, M.Jones and Sylvia!)

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It's a joke to call one of them best and fairest, give them what they have given the supporters, nothing.

This is the most Demonland post ever.

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No one

Lets try this

Lets raise the bar...

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