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Casey Scorpions v Collingwood

Saturday, 6 June

Casey Fields at 2pm

Casey Scorpions

B: Terlich O McDonald Panozza

HB: Grimes Hutchins McKenzie

C: Stretch Brayshaw Watts

HF: Bail Moncrieff Toumpas

F: M Jones Jamar Byrnes

FOLL: Spencer Tyson Michie

I/C (from): Gent Hannon* Harmes Morris Munro Muir Neal-Bullen Page Petropoulos Rutherford Scott Smith White

Collingwood

B: Scharenberg Reid Maynard

HB: Armstrong Marsh Moore

C: Manteit Karnezis Oxley

HF: Dwyer Witts Goodyear

F: Kennedy Cox Monkhorst

FOLL: Gault De Goey Broomhead

I/C (from) Blair Close Hellier McKeown* Moloney R Pendlebury Still Taylor Wallace Wallin J Williams Wills Young

* 23rd player

AFL Victoria Development League

Casey Scorpions v Sandringham

Friday, 5 June

Casey Fields at 7.15pm

Casey Scorpions

B: Corrigan Rutherford White

HB: Hunt Thwaites Pattison

C: Walmsley Petropoulos Fritsch

HF: Lang King Muir

F: Rennie Waters Page

FOLL: Thomas Scott Morris

I/C (from) Anderson Fisscher Gawley Hillard Johnson J McDonald Mason Paredes Rosier Stanlake Welsh T Wilson Wyatt

Sandringham

B: Laumets Plostins Barnhoorn

HB: Williams Weickhardt Roos

C: Noone Zijai Baumgartner

HF: D Brown Davis Cameron

F: Woodman Hayes Kreymborg

FOLL: Persson Maitland Verma

I/C (from): Baker-Thomas Bazzani Daidone Haidon Harris Hayres Hodges McKay

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Disappointed if Brayshaw doesn't start at the "G"!

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Disappointed if Brayshaw doesn't start at the "G"!

Not to mention unjust. I think it is an indication that he will be the sub. With a six-day break to the next game, that may be part of the management strategy for first-year players.

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At the very least play it at the Pies ground on Monday.

Why? the last time I looked one of the teams is CASEY

It is their home game and guess what their home ground is out Casey.

The game is on Saturday so you can go and watch it.

Or is that too hard?

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Why? the last time I looked one of the teams is CASEY

It is their home game and guess what their home ground is out Casey.

The game is on Saturday so you can go and watch it.

Or is that too hard?

Jesus, take a chill pill OD. The VFL should have made this a Collingwood game and scheduled it for 12pm next Monday. Perfect given the dees game starts at 3:20pm. They'd get 2-3 thousand people to it, easy. Make it an annual event. I for one would have gone. Channel 7 could have also broadcast cover it.

Unless of course the VFL has no interest in promoting their comp.

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Jesus, take a chill pill OD. The VFL should have made this a Collingwood game and scheduled it for 12pm next Monday. Perfect given the dees game starts at 3:20pm. They'd get 2-3 thousand people to it, easy. Make it an annual event. I for one would have gone. Channel 7 could have also broadcast cover it.

Unless of course the VFL has no interest in promoting their comp.

Old dee couldn't be more apt of a name. Needs the long weekend break by the sound of it

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Old dee couldn't be more apt of a name. Needs the long weekend break by the sound of it

What I need arrow is for people to get real.

Would you go to Collingwood for a 12pm game on QB Monday then somehow get to the main game before half time?

The only way this would work is if the Casey Pies game was played as a curtain raiser and we know that won't happen.

If we are keen on seeing our seconds play then this weekends plan seems the best to me.

It is on a separate day you can easily go to both.

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Jesus, take a chill pill OD. The VFL should have made this a Collingwood game and scheduled it for 12pm next Monday. Perfect given the dees game starts at 3:20pm. They'd get 2-3 thousand people to it, easy. Make it an annual event. I for one would have gone. Channel 7 could have also broadcast cover it.

Unless of course the VFL has no interest in promoting their comp.

I'm know this isn't the reason, but this year especially it would kind of undermine the Walk to the 'G and the Danners campaign, so perhaps it's a blessing in disguise.

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What I need arrow is for people to get real.

Would you go to Collingwood for a 12pm game on QB Monday then somehow get to the main game before half time?

The only way this would work is if the Casey Pies game was played as a curtain raiser and we know that won't happen.

If we are keen on seeing our seconds play then this weekends plan seems the best to me.

It is on a separate day you can easily go to both.

Willis what are you talking about? Make it a maggies home game and it is 200 metre walk across a bridge and oval to their home ground. Sheesh, it's a 4-5 minute walk. the VFL game would finsih at 2:20 giving people an hour to mosey across to the g. Perfect. I'd love it.

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I'm know this isn't the reason, but this year especially it would kind of undermine the Walk to the 'G and the Danners campaign, so perhaps it's a blessing in disguise.

Yes, i guess so. Unless you started the walk on Swan street at the close of the VFL game

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Yes, i guess so. Unless you started the walk on Swan street at the close of the VFL game

I'm pretty sure Collingwood are also doing the Daniher walk, from the Westpac Centre, so yes, we could have had the game there, and then supporters from both clubs walking over.

Then again, given what those Magpie thugs did to Jonesy's old man a few years ago, it's probably best to separate the supporter groups. :mad::mad:

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Not to mention unjust. I think it is an indication that he will be the sub. With a six-day break to the next game, that may be part of the management strategy for first-year players.

not so sure? I wonder if howe comes out. the real lineup lies in wait me thinks.

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Thanks for your efforts KC, legend!

Would be interested to hear your thoughts on Hunt if you have a chance? Plenty of posters talk of him not coming on, but he's been injured almost permanently and I had high hopes so hoping his progression is obvious week to week!

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Max King gets his third goal right on the siren as the Scorps score a 22 point win.

2015 AFL Victoria Development League

Casey Scorpions 2.3.15 7.6.48 7.10.52 9.11.65

Sandringham 1.3.9 2.4.16 4.7.31 5.13.43

Goals

Casey Scorpions King 3 Fisscher Lang 2 Anderson Paredes

Sandringham Bazzani Davis Haidon Roos Zijai

Best

Casey Scorpions Pattison Fritsch Anderson Fisscher Scott Lang

Sandringham Zijai Noone Verma Plostins Bazzani Persson

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