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Are we allowed to phone a friend and use the 50/50 option?

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9 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Can we find six players please?

Yes but they are from the wrong side!

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6.Oliver wasn't as clean as usual but gave his all for 4 quarters and one who tackled

5. Salem like Clarrie had a crack and used it well  (one of a few)

4. Jones was given a job and did it

3. Omac did a decent job on Roughie who got a couple late

2. Gawn won the contest with [censored] boy and was let down by our poor handling at the drop of the ball

1. Hogan we were that bad after the first quarter Im going that far back was dominant early 

 

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Petracca 

The other 21. 

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6 Oliver- easily our best with 30 touches and 10 tackles.  Didnt quite dominate but tough when you are Pat Malone.

5 Jones - sacrificed his own game and did a solid job on Mitchell. Still got some of it. 

4 OMac - our best defender, rarely beaten.  His attacking thrusts didn't use the best option. 

3 Hogan - 24 touches and a goal as a forward in a team that was beaten. Should have been used on the ball. 

2 Salem - Great disposal at times, tried hard, not many other options. 

1 Kent - Raffle this point. At least Kent had a good first quarter with 3 goals before he disappeared. Gawn won hit outs but we didn't get an advantage and he missed the goal the started the rot. ANB did some nice things. Brayshaw had great endeavour and will better for the run. 

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6. Oliver

5. O McDonald

4.Jones

3. Gawn

2. Petracca

1. Hogan

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6. Oliver - we are pinning our future on this boy. We might need someone to help him. 

5. Salem - all starting to click. His pressure around the ball is outstanding. Building something here. 

4. Gawn - McEvoy is no longer in consideration for All Australian. 

3. McDonald - he is starting to look really important. Wonder how much of this is development / having Lever there. 

2. Hogan - I just don’t know if I’d prefer his 25+ touches or him to stay deep and kick goals. 

1. Jones - he beat Mitchell but highlighted the class diffenence between the 2. 

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44 minutes ago, Big Carl said:

Petracca 

The other 21. 

Assume this a gag? He was average at best

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I abstain

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Omac 

Oliver

Salem

Gawn 

That's it.

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6- Omac

5- Viney (he would’ve given something today)

hmmmmm

4- Oliver

3- Salem maybe

2- ANB

1- Kent i guess

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Personally think these votes should be given 50% weighting - there's no way 6 this week is worth the same as in other weeks.

I digress.

6 - Omac

5 - Salem

4 - Jones

3 - Hogan

2 - Oliver

1 - Aaand I'm out 

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6 - Hogan (How is a full forward, our second highest possession getter?)

5 - O.Mc (Worked Roughy well)

4 - Kent (His early game gets him here)

3 - Oliver (Good, but definitely can be better).

2 - Fritsch (Didn't get a lot, but didn't stop having a crack at the hard stuff).

1 - Neil-Bullen (One of the few to not stop running, covered a lot of ground).

 

That was a hard one.

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Too many 6/10 footballers who rarely figure in these votes. Top sides don’t have too many 6/10 footballers.

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6 - Oliver

5 - Gawn

4 - McDonald

3 - Salem

2 - Jones

1 - Hogan

Dear oh dear that was very hard to watch today and there was a very good turnout of MFC supporters at The Gee to witness another hit and run disaster after half time. We broke down all over the ground...........!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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6 OMac

5 Hogan

4 Oliver

3 Gawn

2 Brayshaw

1 Salem

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6 GAWN

5 HOGAN

4 JONES

3 O.MCDONALD

2 KENT

1 NEAL-BULLEN

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6 - Oliver

5 - Gawn

4 - Salem

3 - Jones

2 - Hogan

1 - Oscar

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Calmed down just enough to give this a bash

6. Oliver - Just your standard Oliver game. 11 tackles showed that he was one of the few to continuously hit the Hawks hard.

5. OMac - Who would've thought that with the likes of Jetta, Hibberd and now Lever in our backline, we'd be saying that Oscar has been our best defender so far in 2018? 

4. Gawn - Set a club record for most hit outs in a game with 66. Massive effort. Its just a shame that Hawthorn read his taps better than the players who trained with him all pre-season.

3. Hogan - Was everywhere in the first quarter with 12 touches and a goal. 

2. Jones - By no means a massive game statistically but was able to shut down Mitchell for most of the match.

1. Kent - Played the quarter of his life before fading into near obscurity. Still encouraging signs though.

 

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