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MFC cryptic clues - to keep you amused

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Hi all, with it being a bit slow news wise at the moment, I thought I'd put together a couple of cryptic clues to keep you all amused. All current players. Enjoy.

1.       Meals on wheels? His delivery is superb.

2.       Ahab warns guys? Hes muddled after being hit in the head

3.       His locker isnt Daveys

4.       Returning to revel in 2019? Hes not backwards in coming forwards.

5.       Go back brown wag! Theres a tightly packed crowd of people here.

6.       Can Ky jive? Maybe if he wasnt so confused.

7.       swift player, aerobic runner, goal oriented just what we need!

8.       Hopefully, hes quite like Mike.

9.       awe misnamed when sorted he will take us to the promised land.

10.     Anymore Darcy? With less fumbles, he'll be a regular.

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I'll cherry pick a couple of easy ones:

 

2.  Angus Brayshaw

3.  Nathan Jones

 

Can I suggest a limit of two answers per player to prevent people hogging all the glory.

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I’m thinking this is easy but I’m hopeless with these.

8. James Jordon 

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1. salem

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4. lever

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These are pretty easy.

1. May
2. Jones
3. Salem
4. Harmes
5. Petracca
6. Lewis
7. Viney
8. Lever
9. Spargo
10. Brayshaw

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23 minutes ago, Mazer Rackham said:

These are pretty easy.

1. May
2. Jones
3. Salem
4. Harmes
5. Petracca
6. Lewis
7. Viney
8. Lever
9. Spargo
10. Brayshaw

Several of these are incorrect Mr Fidge.

 

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Posted (edited)

6. Jack Viney

9. Sam Weideman

Edited by bjDee

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Looks like I made these too easy. I’ll try harder next time.

i do notice we haven’t got answers yet for 7 and 10 however.

neither of them are Wattsy BBP

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Posted (edited)

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Edited by Dee Zephyr

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9. Corey Maynard

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Posted (edited)

Sorry Dee Zephyr, didn’t see your response

And I got the number wrong

Edited by John Dee

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2 minutes ago, John Dee said:

Sorry Dee Zephyr, didn’t see your response

And I got the number wrong

All good JD, I’ve edited. I’ve had a go already, just a bit quiet at home tonight.

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7. Tom Sparrow?

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At the risk of overstepping the 2 name limit:

7. Charlie Spargo

Had me stumped, but eventually saw the initials of each clue word. 

Well done IHW. 

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Well done to all. You're all too good at the anagrams, so I'll change it up a bit and have a crack at some harder ones.

 

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Nice thread In Harmes Way. 
I've given it a go, created some more cryptic clues for current day players:

A) 
I'm desperate to watch this Dee play in Darwin, in order to see him,  i'll even take the jumbo, ta, thanks for offering.

B) 
Interestingly, King and Colbert were both born after April. 

C) 
Many on here might not like Hird, but i feel sorry for him, I hope he can stay out of danger. Improved out of sight. 

D) 
The Grouch and the Farmer. Coming along in leaps and bounds. 

E) 
Always tries hard. Namesake of the great. Big tank. 

F) 
Absolute gun, please sir, may i have some more, highlights reels from you this year.
Heard Sheedy said he had a joke of an interview for our coaches position

G)
I love doughnuts, but what is my middle name? The fox's abode is in sight. Chase that fox. Hope he lives up to his potential. 

H) 
Speedy. A bit too predictable. May go cold / missing in action from time to time. 

I) 
Edgerton has been able to Forge a path in the Aussie film industry. 

J) 
Great at taking marks effortlessly, lissome, kicks skillfully, has a massively long kick for goal. What more can you ask for? 

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E - Alex Neal-Bullen 

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C James Harmes

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G. Jayden M Hunt

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