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6 - Salem
5 - OMac
4 - Oliver
3 - Jones
2 - Kent
1 - Hogan

Jones deserves some credit for stopping Mitchell. Kent and Hogan get votes for at least trying as the game continued.

Gawn won the hit outs but lost his temper as the game went on and was doing some very selfish things (a torp out of the backline, a rushed shot for goal). His miss in the first quarter didn't help either.

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6. Salem (our best ball user....even in the wet!)

5. Clarry (11 tackles....2 of those inside 50!)

4. Gawn (massive in hit outs but set the ugly 'missing easy goals' trend and our mental downward slide...didn't take much!)

3. Jones

2. Hogan

1. O-Mac

ANB & Brayshaw were serviceable.   Brayshaw needing further time to settle given it was his first match for the year.  The rest were far from AFL worthy today and were shown up to be ordinary players or in some cases VFL standard at best.

 

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Let the long bow reaching begin

6 - Oliver

5 - Jones

4 - Gawn

3 - Hogan

2 - Salem

1 - Kent

Seacrest out 

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6.Omac

5.Gawn

4.Jones

3. Hogan

2.Kent

1. Salem

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Oscar

Lever

Clarry

Jones

Gawn 

Harmes

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6. Oliver

5. Salem

4. O McDonald

3. Jones

2. Neal-Bullen

1. Hogan

And here's the good news...most of the best players yesterday were our younger crop. 

I considered giving votes to Gawn but I couldn't work out what he was doing. Was he sending a message to his teammates or the coach with his attempts to "do it all on his own"? 

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6 Gawn - Sure he missed another sitter, but our only clear winner on the day.

5 Jones - I'm not forgetting how highly Mitchell has been rated over the past 3 weeks.

4 Oliver - Worked hard as he always does, but lacked impact and even clean hands on occasions.

3 Neal Bullen - Ran and ran and ran. As with Oli needed to do more with it.

2 O-Mac - benifitted from being the last line of defence a lot in second half but kept Roughy relatively quiet.

1 Kent/Hoges - brilliant first terms, let's not mention what happened next.  

No votes to Salem? - he was on o'Meara for a lot of the game.

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6: Oliver

5: Hogan

4: Salem

3: Gawn

2: Oscar Mc

1: Kent

 

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The battle at the top is close ...

Progressive voting

43. Clayton OIiver

42. Jesse Hogan

41. Max Gawn

35. Nathan Jones

26. Christian Petracca

16. Jeff Garlett

15. Christian Salem

14. Oscar McDonald

6. Tom Bugg Jordan Lewis

3. Bayley Fritsch

2. Dean Kent

1. James Harmes Bernie Vince Josh Wagner

 

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17 hours ago, Demonland said:

The battle at the top is close ...

Progressive voting

43. Clayton OIiver

42. Jesse Hogan

41. Max Gawn

35. Nathan Jones

26. Christian Petracca

16. Jeff Garlett

15. Christian Salem

14. Oscar McDonald

6. Tom Bugg Jordan Lewis

3. Bayley Fritsch

2. Dean Kent

1. James Harmes Bernie Vince Josh Wagner

 

Just like last year, Hibberd nowhere to be seen in the Demonland votes after the first few weeks. Lets hope he gets back to his AA form for the rest of the year.

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11 minutes ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Just like last year, Hibberd nowhere to be seen in the Demonland votes after the first few weeks. Lets hope he gets back to his AA form for the rest of the year.

Just a reminder - Hibberd didn’t play the first 4 weeks last year.

But agree on the latter.

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