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4 hours ago, Fifty-5 said:

would struggle to make the current 22

yeah agree but different game 28 years ago & I reckon quite a few from that team would struggle......

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One of the few at that time to come as a mature player from outside the VFL/AFL system IIRC.

Was it amateurs or VFA?

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If I ever see another post opening, or finishing, with "discuss" you can read it as dead in the water.

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11 minutes ago, maximum bob said:

If I ever see another post opening, or finishing, with "discuss" you can read it as dead in the water.

as bad as an answer beginning "so,  ....."

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1 hour ago, Diamond_Jim said:

One of the few at that time to come as a mature player from outside the VFL/AFL system IIRC.

Was it amateurs or VFA?

Came across from Oakleigh 'Diamond', a little like Fritsch and co, he had to rack up the numbers at VFA (now VFL) level to get noticed.

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He wasn’t a gun, but he was a vital part of that early 90s side

Much like when the early 00s side lost Steve Powell, he was a classic good ordinary player who was a reliable and regular contributor and we missed him when he left

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39 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

He wasn’t a gun, but he was a vital part of that early 90s side

Much like when the early 00s side lost Steve Powell, he was a classic good ordinary player who was a reliable and regular contributor and we missed him when he left

Powell was a very good asset and very reliable - we certainly did miss his presence.

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On 2/27/2019 at 8:19 PM, Moonshadow said:

And it's not even school holidays

To be fair, you wouldn’t expect random post about journeyman players from the 90s to come from people born in the 00s on school holidays.

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53 minutes ago, Nasher said:

To be fair, you wouldn’t expect random post about journeyman players from the 90s to come from people born in the 00s on school holidays.

Maybe from a teacher though! 👨‍🎓

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On 3/1/2019 at 12:56 PM, Fifty-5 said:

would struggle to make the current 22

yes Dyson would be 52 now so I agree......

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