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Jones - 4

Jetta - 5

O.McDonald - 0 

Smith - 4

Lewis - 5 

Vince - 6

Frost - 6

Fritsch - 7

Gawn -6

Oliver - 9

Brayshaw - 6

Harmes - 8

Hogan - 2

T. McDonald - 8

Spargo -5

Garlett -4 

Neal Bullen - 4

Kennedy HarrIs 0

Melksham - 5

Petracca -7  

Tyson - 5

Salem - 5

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I think I would give Harmes a 9 or10 tonight 'Pick'...he beat Selwood up then did the job on Danger.

He's a tough kid and moving along nicely no matter what those who think he should be dropped every week say.

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Nobody ever deserves a 0. 

Omac was hung out to dry and still had the composure to take a good mark and kick the ball nicely to Trac with a minute left. He had no help on Hawkins. They should have put Frost or TMac on him one minute into the last quarter. 

I am disappointed that I am yet to see Hogan ever stand up in big games. He is not a pressure player. 

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12 minutes ago, Jaded said:

Nobody ever deserves a 0. 

Omac was hung out to dry and still had the composure to take a good mark and kick the ball nicely to Trac with a minute left. He had no help on Hawkins. They should have put Frost or TMac on him one minute into the last quarter. 

I am disappointed that I am yet to see Hogan ever stand up in big games. He is not a pressure player. 

Ok Ill give him a 1 because well he ……. 

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4 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

It wasn’t Oscar’s fault.....

Not sayin it was but was comprehensively beaten!! Would Rance have been as compromised??

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Just now, picket fence said:

Not sayin it was but was comprehensively beaten!! Would Rance have been as compromised??

No because his teammates do not leave him out to dry. When they do, he takes dives and hits players while they’re down. 

 

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2 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Not sayin it was but was comprehensively beaten!! Would Rance have been as compromised??

I thought Oscar was great tonight

he got no help from most of his team mates, apart from Jetta

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49 minutes ago, picket fence said:
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Jones - 4

Jetta - 5

O.McDonald - 0 

Smith - 4

Lewis - 5 

Vince - 6

Frost - 6

Fritsch - 7

Gawn -6

Oliver - 9

Brayshaw - 6

Harmes - 8

Hogan - 2

T. McDonald - 8

Spargo -5

Garlett -4 

Neal Bullen - 4

Kennedy HarrIs 0

Melksham - 5

Petracca -7  

Tyson - 5

Salem - 5

Just a statistical take on tonight to compare (somewhat objectively lol) to yours PF.  Keep in mind Max would usually place higher as i can't factor in hit outs to advantage.  Harmes played a pretty tough lock down role so his rank is probably skewed as a result.  Clarry a furlong ahead of anyone else and nearly got us over the line with that performance tonight IMHO.....

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27 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

It wasn’t Oscar’s fault.....

Which part SW?  The ultimate role of a defender, especially a key one, is to defend and keep your opponent from scoring too often (ie., limit the damage). Struggles to hold the better key forwards in the comp when the question's asked.

Goody stuffed it in part by stubbornly refusing to move him off Hawkins earlier, but O-Mac has to accept part of the blame surely?

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3 minutes ago, Rusty Nails said:

Which part SW?  The ultimate role of a defender, especially a key one, is to defend and keep your opponent from scoring too often (ie., limit the damage). Struggles to hold the better key forwards in the comp when the question's asked.

Goody stuffed it in part by stubbornly refusing to move him off Hawkins earlier, but O-Mac has to accept part of the blame surely?

Hawkins is a huge man. You cannot expect OMac to match him. Hawkins is twice the size

He ran off him well

Goodwin f@&$ked up not OMac

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23 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

I thought Oscar was great tonight

he got no help from most of his team mates, apart from Jetta

What drugs are you on I want some? Worst on ground no idea on how to play full back he is [censored] weak never bodies a player back to the VFL for him.

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1 hour ago, picket fence said:
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Jones - 4

Jetta - 5

O.McDonald - 0 

Smith - 4

Lewis - 5 

Vince - 6

Frost - 6

Fritsch - 7

Gawn -6

Oliver - 9

Brayshaw - 6

Harmes - 8

Hogan - 2

T. McDonald - 8

Spargo -5

Garlett -4 

Neal Bullen - 4

Kennedy HarrIs 0

Melksham - 5

Petracca -7  

Tyson - 5

Salem - 5

Bit harsh on the players that got 4 they should have at least got 5. JKH and O.Mac deserve a 0 even Hogan deserves a 0.

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10 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Hawkins is a huge man. You cannot expect OMac to match him. Hawkins is twice the size

He ran off him well

Goodwin f@&$ked up not OMac

I didn't think he ran off him in a damaging sense at all SW.  If he can't handle Hawkins one on one (keep the goal scoring to 3 to 4 max) or any other decent KPF then what is his role in the team?  Goody should therefore not  play him at all.  Would be better off playing Keilty or Pedders in his place and having Frost take the big boys from the get go.

Anyway, it's the same old same old at Demonland.  Whenever a chance to secure a sound spot in the Top 4 or 8 becons, we always blow it.  Still have a very soft under belly against the rated clubs.

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1 hour ago, Sir Why You Little said:

 

he should never have played on him from the start. 

MOVE PLAYERS AROUND

OSCAR CAN RUN. 

 

USE IT

He's our full back but he not good enough to play there so he shouldn't be in the team. Frost can't be trusted should be on the second tall. Give Keilty a go at least he has some strength about him.

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1 hour ago, dee-tox said:

Jones a 4 is a joke.

Oscar and JKH scores are fair.

Our bottom six are NQR.

Agree. We finally have some players at, or stepping up to, elite level.

Sadly, our bottom six are absolute duds.

Scores for Jones, Milkshake and Brayshaw very harsh

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On 7/21/2018 at 11:40 PM, picket fence said:

Not sayin it was but was comprehensively beaten!! Would Rance have been as compromised??

Oscar was a lamb to bad coaching, not his fault, give Goodwin a 0 for that persistence 

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On ‎7‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 11:02 PM, picket fence said:
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Jones - 5

Jetta - 5

O.McDonald - 1 

Smith - 4

Lewis - 5 

Vince - 6

Frost - 6

Fritsch - 7

Gawn -6

Oliver - 9

Brayshaw - 6

Harmes - 8

Hogan - 2

T. McDonald - 8

Spargo -5

Garlett -4 

Neal Bullen - 4

Kennedy HarrIs 1

Melksham - 5

Petracca -7  

Tyson - 5

Salem - 6

After some thought I have readdressed a couple

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