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Date: Thursday 20th July

Time: 9.45am

Location: Goschs Paddock

Tests for Viney, Watts, Salem and Tyson...  and Jonesy only 1-2 weeks away, possibly joining in the full session.

Most important training session of the season, for sure.  Hopefully we have some eyes on the ground with updates and that all those 'tests' can get through and face Port.

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17 hours ago, Petraccattack said:

Date: Thursday 20th July

Time: 9.45am

Location: Goschs Paddock

Tests for Viney, Watts, Salem and Tyson...  and Jonesy only 1-2 weeks away, possibly joining in the full session.

Most important training session of the season, for sure.  Hopefully we have some eyes on the ground with updates and that all those 'tests' can get through and face Port.

I'll be there, should be an interesting morning.  McQueen, I think you're one Misson report behind - the lastest one has Salem being right to play if he gets through tomorrow's test.

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17 hours ago, Petraccattack said:

Date: Thursday 20th July

Time: 9.45am

Location: Goschs Paddock

Tests for Viney, Watts, Salem and Tyson...  and Jonesy only 1-2 weeks away, possibly joining in the full session.

Most important training session of the season, for sure.  Hopefully we have some eyes on the ground with updates and that all those 'tests' can get through and face Port.

Its suddenly not looking that bad injury wise all of a sudden! Its been feeling like the roof was about to collapse lately.....

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20 hours ago, Wadda We Sing said:

Its suddenly not looking that bad injury wise all of a sudden! Its been feeling like the roof was about to collapse lately.....

We will know more in the next hour or two

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6 minutes ago, Demonland said:

The guys from The Dee Brief were there filming live to Facebook.

They said Viney was not training with the main group so unlikely he will play.

They are saying he is doing some testing to the side, so there might be some hope

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22 minutes ago, Scythe said:

Seems to conflict with this info.

 

Jack Viney is so tough he eats coal and sh!ts diamonds.

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Just back from training.  Viney did extensive testing with Crossy and then joined the main group and looked fine.  I'd be amazed if he didn't play.  Watts, Tyson and Salem with the main group from the start.

Word was that Garlett won't play.  He wasn't at training today.  It's speculation only.

We were asked to leave today (which I did).  First time that has happened.  Nothing out of the ordinary happened whilst I was there, usual drills - agility, ball handling and movement inside 50.

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Just back from training.  Salient points:

- Viney did a series of run throughs with the fitness staff, initally in track shoes and then changes to his trusted Puma boots (with orthopedic inserts.  He then joined in main training and participated fully.  Didn't look to be restricted.

- Salem, Watts and Tyson all participated fully and didn't show any signs of being hindered

- Jones participated fully from the start but I didn't see him kick with his right leg (not to say he didn't, but I didn't observe it)

- Bugg is back from time away from the club and participated in training (as did Vince)

- Brayshaw has seemingly adopted the head protection gear and looks set to resume

- no sign of Kent, Van den Berg, Garland or McKenna.  Filipovic was doing ruck skillwork with Daniel Cross and Gref Stafford

The main training session saw an intense focus on contested work.

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