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FREMANTLE v MELBOURNE

Fremantle

1. Hayden Ballantyne, 2. Anthony Morabito, 3. Byron Schammer, 4. Paul Hasleby, 5. Garrick Ibbotson, 6. Greg Broughton, 9. Adam McPhee, 11. Des Headland, 14. Antoni Grover, 15. Ryan Crowley, 16. David Mundy, 18. Luke McPharlin, 19. Clayton Hinkley, 21. Michael Barlow, 23. Chris Mayne, 24. Dylan Roberton, 26. Kepler Bradley, 28. Ryan Murphy, 29. Matthew Pavlich, 30. Zachary Clarke, 31. Aaron Sandilands, 32. Stephen Hill, 36. Alex Silvagni, 37. Michael Johnson, 40. Matt de Boer, 41. Paul Duffield, 43. Roger Hayden, 46. Clancee Pearce, 47. Jay van Berlo.

Melbourne

1. Matthew Warnock, 2. Nathan Jones, 3. Clint Bartram, 7. Brad Miller, 8. James Frawley, 9. Jack Trengove, 10. Cale Morton, 12. Colin Sylvia, 13. Jordie McKenzie, 15. Ricky Petterd, 16. Jack Grimes, 18. Brad Green, 19. Addam Maric, 21. Daniel Bell, 22. Brent Moloney, 23. James McDonald, 24. Liam Jurrah, 25. Kyle Cheney, 27. Jared Rivers, 28. Joel Macdonald, 31. Tom Scully, 34. Stefan Martin, 36. Aaron Davey, 39. Neville Jetta, 42. Jake Spencer, 43. Jamie Bennell, 44. Rohan Bail, 47. James Strauss, 48. Jack Fitzpatrick.

not a bad side im confident we will get close to winning

odds freo $1.35 dees $3.15 very good odds

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Melbourne

1. Matthew Warnock, 2. Nathan Jones, 3. Clint Bartram, 7. Brad Miller, 8. James Frawley, 9. Jack Trengove, 10. Cale Morton, 12. Colin Sylvia, 13. Jordie McKenzie, 15. Ricky Petterd, 16. Jack Grimes, 18. Brad Green, 19. Addam Maric, 21. Daniel Bell, 22. Brent Moloney, 23. James McDonald, 24. Liam Jurrah, 25. Kyle Cheney, 27. Jared Rivers, 28. Joel Macdonald, 31. Tom Scully, 34. Stefan Martin, 36. Aaron Davey, 39. Neville Jetta, 42. Jake Spencer, 43. Jamie Bennell, 44. Rohan Bail, 47. James Strauss, 48. Jack Fitzpatrick.

not a bad side im confident we will get close to winning

Of the players that played in the intraclub game last Saturday the following are missing from the squad -

Gysberts

Dunn

Newton

McNamara

Hughes

Jamar

Healey

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Good solid squad. With a number of key players unavailable through injury or not selected for other reasons, it's very pleasing to see the depth we are starting to accumulate. Bodes well for the future.

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FREMANTLE v MELBOURNE

Fremantle

1. Hayden Ballantyne, 2. Anthony Morabito, 3. Byron Schammer, 4. Paul Hasleby, 5. Garrick Ibbotson, 6. Greg Broughton, 9. Adam McPhee, 11. Des Headland, 14. Antoni Grover, 15. Ryan Crowley, 16. David Mundy, 18. Luke McPharlin, 19. Clayton Hinkley, 21. Michael Barlow, 23. Chris Mayne, 24. Dylan Roberton, 26. Kepler Bradley, 28. Ryan Murphy, 29. Matthew Pavlich, 30. Zachary Clarke, 31. Aaron Sandilands, 32. Stephen Hill, 36. Alex Silvagni, 37. Michael Johnson, 40. Matt de Boer, 41. Paul Duffield, 43. Roger Hayden, 46. Clancee Pearce, 47. Jay van Berlo.

Melbourne

1. Matthew Warnock, 2. Nathan Jones, 3. Clint Bartram, 7. Brad Miller, 8. James Frawley, 9. Jack Trengove, 10. Cale Morton, 12. Colin Sylvia, 13. Jordie McKenzie, 15. Ricky Petterd, 16. Jack Grimes, 18. Brad Green, 19. Addam Maric, 21. Daniel Bell, 22. Brent Moloney, 23. James McDonald, 24. Liam Jurrah, 25. Kyle Cheney, 27. Jared Rivers, 28. Joel Macdonald, 31. Tom Scully, 34. Stefan Martin, 36. Aaron Davey, 39. Neville Jetta, 42. Jake Spencer, 43. Jamie Bennell, 44. Rohan Bail, 47. James Strauss, 48. Jack Fitzpatrick.

Great too see the young guys getting a run bring it on not a bad looking team

not a bad side im confident we will get close to winning

odds freo $1.35 dees $3.15 very good odds

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One would expect that Fitzpatrick, Bail and Bell would be the ones to miss out.

Interesting that Fitzpatrick is named in the squad though. I was under the impression that he was miles off consideration in 2010 but maybe he's closer than we think?

Looking forward to seeing Trengove, Scully, Jurrah, Strauss, Frawley, Sylvia and Grimes in action. And here's hoping for a big demons win! Can't wait!

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FREMANTLE v MELBOURNE

Fremantle

1. Hayden Ballantyne, 2. Anthony Morabito, 3. Byron Schammer, 4. Paul Hasleby, 5. Garrick Ibbotson, 6. Greg Broughton, 9. Adam McPhee, 11. Des Headland, 14. Antoni Grover, 15. Ryan Crowley, 16. David Mundy, 18. Luke McPharlin, 19. Clayton Hinkley, 21. Michael Barlow, 23. Chris Mayne, 24. Dylan Roberton, 26. Kepler Bradley, 28. Ryan Murphy, 29. Matthew Pavlich, 30. Zachary Clarke, 31. Aaron Sandilands, 32. Stephen Hill, 36. Alex Silvagni, 37. Michael Johnson, 40. Matt de Boer, 41. Paul Duffield, 43. Roger Hayden, 46. Clancee Pearce, 47. Jay van Berlo.

Melbourne

1. Matthew Warnock, 2. Nathan Jones, 3. Clint Bartram, 7. Brad Miller, 8. James Frawley, 9. Jack Trengove, 10. Cale Morton, 12. Colin Sylvia, 13. Jordie McKenzie, 15. Ricky Petterd, 16. Jack Grimes, 18. Brad Green, 19. Addam Maric, 21. Daniel Bell, 22. Brent Moloney, 23. James McDonald, 24. Liam Jurrah, 25. Kyle Cheney, 27. Jared Rivers, 28. Joel Macdonald, 31. Tom Scully, 34. Stefan Martin, 36. Aaron Davey, 39. Neville Jetta, 42. Jake Spencer, 43. Jamie Bennell, 44. Rohan Bail, 47. James Strauss, 48. Jack Fitzpatrick.

not a bad side im confident we will get close to winning

odds freo $1.35 dees $3.15 very good odds

Can't wait squad looks good.

I got on the Dees at $3.45 on betfair.

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Melbourne

1. Matthew Warnock, 2. Nathan Jones, 3. Clint Bartram, 7. Brad Miller, 8. James Frawley, 9. Jack Trengove, 10. Cale Morton, 12. Colin Sylvia, 13. Jordie McKenzie, 15. Ricky Petterd, 16. Jack Grimes, 18. Brad Green, 19. Addam Maric, 21. Daniel Bell, 22. Brent Moloney, 23. James McDonald, 24. Liam Jurrah, 25. Kyle Cheney, 27. Jared Rivers, 28. Joel Macdonald, 31. Tom Scully, 34. Stefan Martin, 36. Aaron Davey, 39. Neville Jetta, 42. Jake Spencer, 43. Jamie Bennell, 44. Rohan Bail, 47. James Strauss, 48. Jack Fitzpatrick.

How many are the clubs allowed on the interchange in the NAB Cup, is it 6 ?

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Geez.. a fairly weak line-up on paper. Plus Davey will be lucky to play.. and better not do a hammy, if he does.

Tappy and Gyssy not in the team at all concerns me considering fitzy was, at least named, but doesnt seem as ready.. we know that Tapscott should be.

Great that trenny and scully are playing tho.

Feel privileged that us WA boys will get to see them play 1st! demon_tongue.gif

If we stay competetive and get within 5 goals of this mob, at their home ground with a bunch of newbies -and stay injury-free- l'll be very happy!

EDIT: Pretty sure you get two subs you can make at anytime during the game, but once the trade is done - the person going off can not come back on.

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I would imagine that Fitzpatrick is a tall option to give Spencer a hand on Sandilands. This is not quite what he was recruited for, but it won't do him any harm.

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Tappy and Gyssy not in the team at all concerns me considering fitzy was, at least named, but doesnt seem as ready.. we know that Tapscott should be.

The big rumour doing the rounds is that Tapscott has a niggle in the hip cartlidge that will need to get cleaned up via an arthroscope. No big deal, but it means that he was never going to be in the squad.

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The big rumour doing the rounds is that Tapscott has a niggle in the hip cartlidge that will need to get cleaned up via an arthroscope. No big deal, but it means that he was never going to be in the squad.

Yeah, thats what i was alluding to..

Point being you think the club would let us know tho.

Just a line about it in one of the many unnecessary Jack Watts articles / MFC twitters would do!

Better yet, mention it in the injury list that just came out!

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Team to come from this squad

as per MFC selection news

1. Matthew Warnock

2. Nathan Jones

3. Clint Bartram

7. Brad Miller

8. James Frawley

9. Jack Trengove

10. Cale Morton

12. Colin Sylvia

13. Jordie McKenzie

15. Ricky Petterd

16. Jack Grimes

18. Brad Green

19. Addam Maric

21. Daniel Bell

22. Brent Moloney

23. James McDonald

24. Liam Jurrah

25. Kyle Cheney

27. Jared Rivers

28. Joel Macdonald

31. Tom Scully

34. Stefan Martin

36. Aaron Davey

39. Neville Jetta

42. Jake Spencer

43. Jamie Bennell

44. Rohan Bail

47. James Strauss

48. Jack Fitzpatrick

never mind me...a bit slow...lol.. couldnt see the previous on my phone..lol

apologies

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