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33 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

Sounds like a promotion to the AFL is in order

Ok so the ins next week, Garland, Terlich, YOYO, sorry ANB, up to now  whoops Oliver

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28 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

Ok so the ins next week, Garland, Terlich, YOYO, sorry ANB, up to now  whoops Oliver

He was talking about the umpire. It's humour.

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Just now, Deestroy All said:

He was talking about the umpire. It's humour.

Beat me to it ;)

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When Clayton Oliver works out how to get a few cheap kicks....

He's been more than good again today, does so much work in close.

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7 minutes ago, Deestroy All said:

He was talking about the umpire. It's humour.

 

6 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

Beat me to it ;)

 

6 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

I know but thought I would get in early as well.....it's humour

I just re-read it and it looked like I could have been talking about Garland. But yes I did mean the ump.

Go Scorps.

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It's all over with the Scorpions winning in a canter by 78 points

Casey Scorpions 2.9.21 6.12.48 14.17.101 16.20.116

Coburg 1.0.6 3.0.18 4.0.24 6.2.38

Goals

Casey Scorpions Terlich Weideman 3 Michie Neal-Bullen 2 D Collis Kennedy Pedersen Scott J Smith Trengove

Coburg Saad 3 Hill Posar Ronke

Best

Casey Scorpions Newton Michie Neal-Bullen Weideman Terlich Keilty

Coburg Lehmann Fox Hunt Featherstone Kovacevic Gregory

Disposals Grimes Kennedy 39 Oliver 36 Newton 34 Michie Trengove 30 Morris 26 Terlich 25

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Just now, Petraccattack said:

 

 

I just re-read it and it looked like I could have been talking about Garland. But yes I did mean the ump.

Go Scorps.

Nah, I knew what you meant, I just jumped in with the team changes as well, as you have been watching, has anybody REALLY put their hand up

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Thanks KC and all posters and humorists, love following the game and comments along the way. Go Scorps!!!

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Thanks to everybody who posted reports, greatly appreciated, tried to retire from work, got bored, now can't get to Scorps games or training, dug my own, made my own etc

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2 minutes ago, DeeZone said:

Thanks KC and all posters and humorists, love following the game and comments along the way. Go Scorps!!!

Yep great for us country blokes who cant see or hear VFL games very often

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Oliver and Kennedy should be back next week. When you think that an unconditioned Oliver was averaging 15 touches at this level last year and is now getting 35+, the sky really is the limit for him. He tackles to hurt too. Kennedy is far too good for VFL and (contrary to others' opinions) I think he has proven himself to be a useful AFL player.

Weideman is skinny, raw and a touch on the slow side, but was impressive. I wish Hogan adopted his set shot approach, so fluent!

 

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20 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

It's all over with the Scorpions winning by 78 points

Casey Scorpions   2.9.21 6.12.48 14.17.101 16.20.116

Coburg 1.0.6 3.0.18 4.0.24 6.2.38

Goals

Casey Scorpions Terlich Weideman 3 Michie Neal-Bullen 2 D Collis Kennedy Pedersen Scott J Smith Trengove

Disposals Grimes Kennedy 39 Oliver 36 Newton 34 Michie Trengove 30 Morris 26 Terlich 25

Thanks KC, love your work.

Clarry has to come back in now. He's way too good for VFL and his development needs AFL matches now.

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Grimes is making it hard for the selectors to ignore him.  Would love to know his disposal average over the last 6 Casey games.

 

Trenners is also putting his case forward.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Dante said:

 

Grimes is making it hard for the selectors to ignore him.  Would love to know his disposal average over the last 6 Casey games.

 

Trenners is also putting his case forward.

 

 

Agree Dante.

If Grimes  cannot get a game 39 disposals then why should Kennedy?

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2 minutes ago, old dee said:

Agree Dante.

If Grimes  cannot get a game 39 disposals then why should Kennedy?

I think there has to be one eye kept on the future. For mine Grimes represents our recent history and will be walked at the end of the season, he's not the future. At the same time I don't think Kennedy should get a game either. He has the tricks and will be a player for us, but the one thing lacking with him is consistency. He needs to string them together at Casey before he gets another crack.

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2 minutes ago, old dee said:

Agree Dante.

If Grimes  cannot get a game 39 disposals then why should Kennedy?

Not a big Terlich fan, but he gee he has really done well as a forward, hasn't he.

New contract next year, yeah, nah.

 

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2 minutes ago, FireInTheBelly said:

I think there has to be one eye kept on the future. For mine Grimes represents our recent history and will be walked at the end of the season, he's not the future. At the same time I don't think Kennedy should get a game either. He has the tricks and will be a player for us, but the one thing lacking with him is consistency. He needs to string them together at Casey before he gets another crack.

Kennedy is your classic too good for VFL not good enough for AFL.

And to top it off he is too short.

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5 minutes ago, old dee said:

If Grimes  cannot get a game 39 disposals then why should Kennedy?

You guys are so biased towards Grimes. The bloke has had 100 games to prove his worth, and honestly he hasn't shown what it takes to be valuable to the team in the modern game.

Kennedy has 70 odd less games and 4 years on him. 

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Just now, old dee said:

Kennedy is your classic too good for VFL not good enough for AFL.

And to top it off he is too short.

Too short?  Please.  That's a weak argument.

He is younger than Grimes and has plenty of scope for improvement in him.  We know what we're going to get with Grimes.  Big difference.

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3 minutes ago, old dee said:

Kennedy is your classic too good for VFL not good enough for AFL.

And to top it off he is too short.

Height isn't the issue.

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1 minute ago, The heart beats true said:

You guys are so biased towards Grimes. The bloke has had 100 games to prove his worth, and honestly he hasn't shown what it takes to be valuable to the team in the modern game.

Kennedy has 70 odd less games and 4 years on him. 

Sorry for having an opinion.  I always thought that the whole concept was, show the form, get a game, I like Kennedy but you can't say he is consistent, that said i'd play him next week on his VFL form, he seems to play well in his first game back.

 

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2 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Height isn't the issue.

It is if you are not very good.

If you are short you need to be very good at AFL to make it.

He is not very good.

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