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On 09/02/2018 at 10:19 AM, Dr. Gonzo said:

Sick? No way. Butterflies of excitement. This team is ready people, enjoy the ride

Ahem...I believe the official word you’re looking for Gonzo is “journey”. Enjoy the journey.

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1 hour ago, Earl Hood said:

More info required DC. 

2 state schoolboys, 2 federal league, 1 vfa div1 (lost)

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9 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

2 state schoolboys, 2 federal league, 1 vfa div1 (lost)

Decent strike rate there DC

mine all schoolboy/colts level 4 prelims, 3 losses 1 win

Lost GF by 10pts

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Just now, Pennant St Dee said:

Decent strike rate there DC

mine all schoolboy/colts level 4 prelims, 3 losses 1 win

Lost GF by 10pts

hung up the boots at 24, psd. lost vfa gf at punt road by 14 pts after beating them by 28 pts in semi

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Must admit, I originally came into this thread expecting something different after eating a rotten Lamb Korma.

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9 hours ago, daisycutter said:

2 state schoolboys, 2 federal league, 1 vfa div1 (lost)

Very tidy Daisy, very good indeed. Hnmm Federal League. I remember a Gun FF playing for Highett G Douthie. in the 70ts 

Was it the same Federal League? What was the team in VFA?

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1 hour ago, picket fence said:

Very tidy Daisy, very good indeed. Hnmm Federal League. I remember a Gun FF playing for Highett G Douthie. in the 70ts 

Was it the same Federal League? What was the team in VFA?

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from wikipedia: .....The Federal Football League was an Australian rules football competition in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, that was in existence from 1909 to 1981. It was regarded as one of the strongest metropolitan leagues in Melbourne and in the 1960s it is said that Channel Seven were seeking to telecast league .. 

played federal league in late 60's, early 70's - east malvern

prahran

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Did you play with Kim Smith? A very underated player.! IMV

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25 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Did you play with Kim Smith? A very underated player.! IMV

 i was at prahran late 60's and smith started at prahran in 74, so i didn't know him

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