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On 10/11/2017 at 4:07 PM, demonstone said:

We used to have a bit of fun with these a few years ago on the old Demonology. 

The answer to each cryptic clue is a Demons player from this century.

Please limit yourself to TWO answers so as to give others a chance.

The judge (ie. me) has the final say.  Have at it cryptic fans....

 

1.  He was on a standard with Roger. 

Darren Jolly

2.  More suited to another sport.

Rohan Bail

3.  Classic and/or type of player.

4.  Second rate Collingwood hack.

5.  Smack a head coach or another one?

Luke Tapscott

6.  Given stern directions to finish up.

7.  Our favourite umpire?

Ricky Petterd

8.  Weights program proved helpful.

Steven Armstrong

9.  Matches?  Danger!

10.  Could have been another Rivers?

11.  Sounds like he was cool ... deep down.

James Sellar

12.  It was surprising to hear he was good.

When are you updating?😳

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3 minutes ago, demonstone said:

 Thank you linesmen, thank you ballboys and I hope you've had a bit of fun.

Thank you demonstone.  Clever work!

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Now the amusing part where everyone has to show their failed workings.

Classic and/or type of player.  Trent Ormond-Allen (anagram-homophone). Thought the classic may have referred to the cliched MFC hyphen (also denoting or/and of a name).

Given stern directions to finish up. Gary Moorcroft. Stern-directions - the rudder on a sailing craft (homophone of croft). Moor - to finish up sailing. 

It was surprising to hear he was good. Heretier (homophone) Lumumba/Harry-O (the Oh = surprising).

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, CBDees said:

When are you updating?😳

No can do, the software won't let me.  Have to wait until GOTO has time.

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@demonstone - mate, can you show the working for all please...still scratching my head at some...

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