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Haven't seen one bloke put a hand up yet. Kent the most likely and Ben Ken. Trengove striggling. JKH has had a patchy game so far

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12 mins - 3rd term

Port  - 12.5:77
Demons - 2.5:17

Goals
Port - Conway 4, Nahas 2, Arnot 1, Searle 1, Sandilands 1, Cain 1, Pearson 1, Pinwill 1
Demons - Giobbi 1, Kent 1

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12 mins - 3rd term

Port  - 13.5:83
Demons - 2.5:17

Goals
Port - Conway 4, Nahas 3, Arnot 1, Searle 1, Sandilands 1, Cain 1, Pearson 1, Pinwill 1
Demons - Giobbi 1, Kent 1

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6 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

Ben Ken just limped off. 

What happens when you can't field a team of 22 in the afl side?

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1 minute ago, Elegt said:

What happens when you can't field a team of 22 in the afl side?

Talent search, like our AFLW team!

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Just now, Demon77 said:

Talent search, like our AFLW team!

Even better, replace Viney with Daisy

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24 mins - 3rd term

Port  - 13.5:83
Demons - 3.6:24

Goals
Port - Conway 4, Nahas 3, Arnot 1, Searle 1, Sandilands 1, Cain 1, Pearson 1, Pinwill 1
Demons - Giobbi 1, Kent 1, Fritsch 1

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30 mins - 3rd term

Port  - 14.5:89
Demons - 3.7:25

Goals
Port - Conway 4, Nahas 3, Arnot 1, Searle 1, Sandilands 1, Cain 1, Pearson 1, Pinwill 1, Lisle 1
Demons - Giobbi 1, Kent 1, Fritsch 1

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Port  - 14.5:89
Demons - 4.7:31

Goals
Port - Conway 4, Nahas 3, Arnot 1, Searle 1, Sandilands 1, Cain 1, Pearson 1, Pinwill 1, Lisle 1
Demons - Giobbi 1, Kent 1, Fritsch 1, JKH 1

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A lot of AFL listers are being shown up here.

3QT: Port Melbourne 14.5.89 to Casey Demons 4.7.31

If you're looking for players to represent Melbourne next week then think K.

Kennedy, Kennedy-Harris, Kent or perhaps Korey Maynard ?

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2 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

A lot of AFL listers are being shown up here.

Our depth is crap

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11 mins - 4th Quarter

Port  - 15.7:97
Demons - 4.9:33

Goals
Port - Conway 4, Nahas 3, Cain 2, Arnot 1, Searle 1, Sandilands 1, Pearson 1, Pinwill 1, Lisle 1
Demons - Giobbi 1, Kent 1, Fritsch 1, JKH 1

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13 minutes ago, Elegt said:

Our depth is crap

Angus Brayshaw Concussion Indefinite
Lochie Filipovic Hip 4 weeks
Colin Garland* Knee Season
Jeff Garlett Hamstring 1 week
Jesse Hogan Testicular cancer Test
Nathan Jones Quad 4-5 weeks
Pat McKenna Hamstring 4-5 weeks
Christian Salem  Hamstring 3-4 weeks
Joel Smith Shoulder Available
Tim Smith Navicular bone Season
Aaron vandenBerg* Heel Season
Jack Viney  Shoulder  Available 
Jack Watts Hamstring 1 week

13 players are out... what do you expect? 

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15 minutes ago, Elegt said:

Our depth is crap

what do we have? 13-15 injured? someone pointed out before this weekend we had more injuries than GWS. Add bugg (sus), viney and Tyson to that.. i think we have good depth, but too many injuries.

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Nothing on the scoreboard but the first 10 minutes have been better.

Great tackle by jkh won a shot on goal.

Burra supporters are really into it

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1 minute ago, spirit of norm smith said:

You cannot see anyone coming in this week. Very poor and our depth is shallow.

As others have pointed out... rubbish. 11 out injured plus adding Viney, Knuckles Bugg and maybe Tyson means we are just spread thin. 

Its disappointing the Ks haven't stepped up but it is what it is.

Blues are really taking it to Crows, Blues top line in ballers are real quality and we are in for a tough assignment. 

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