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28 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

Three Qtr Time: Casey Demons 13.8.86 to Frankston Dolphins 3.8.26

Goals Pedersen 6, Bugg 2, Balic, Lewis, Lockhart, Scott, White

Disposals Pedersen 18 Hunt 16, J Wagner 15

Tim smith had better play well, me thinks.

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6 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Bugg does get in all the right areas, just doesn’t normally kick straight, if he can then he’s damaging.

Is in our top 5 this season for score involvements (averages) at AFL level

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30 minutes ago, mongrel said:

It has to be a bit of a concern. This season if Max was injured Peds would back him up hopefully admorably as he did last year. But Peds is 31 and would only have a year max left in him after this you would think. Hope we can get plenty of match experience and continue to develop our two young rucks.

He's not showing any signs yet of slowing down, I reckon.

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2 minutes ago, Rusty Nails said:

Is in our top 5 this season for score involvements (averages) at AFL level

Has the talent to be better than the VFL but not the skill set to make him good in the AFL. He is not alone.

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17 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

is jeff playing pocket or flank?

Or wing

 

12 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Bugg does get in all the right areas, just doesn’t normally kick straight, if he can then he’s damaging.

I think its mind over matter for Buggy.  He should be able to overcome that.

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5 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Bugg 5?

Yeh a chase down for holding the ball and a snap goal

Is also in our top 5 for forward 50 tackles behind Pedders, Clarry, Jeffy, and Harmes

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4 minutes ago, Rusty Nails said:

Yeh a chase down for holding the ball and a snap goal

Is also in our top 5 for forward 50 tackles behind Pedders, Clarry, Jeffy, and Harmes

Interesting stats re Bugg, sounds better than ANB

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A late goal to the Dolphins but it’s all over and a big win by 106 points.

PETER JACKSON VFL 2018

Casey Demons 2.2.14 9.7.61 13.8.86 21.13.139
 
Frankston Dolphins
1.6.12 1.7.13 3.8.26 4.9.33

Goals
 
Casey Demons
Pedersen 6 Bugg 5 Scott 3 Baker Balic Garlett Lewis, Lockhart Munro White

Frankston Dolphins  Fordham   Grace  Rich Williams 
 
Best
 
Casey Demons
Pedersen Frost Lockhart White Garlett Hunt
 
Frankston Dolphins Fordham Pierce Scagliarini Gill-Renouf McCarthy Mock

Disposals Hunt 23 Bugg Pedersen 22

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5 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Interesting stats re Bugg, sounds better than ANB

ANB in 9th spot for tackles i50 behind Hannan, Weids & Fritsch (6th, 7th & 8th respectively)

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Just now, SFebey said:

But Buggs played fewer games, interesting 

Sorry i was 1 off...subtract one place from each (see edit).  They are averages so all relative comparisons SF

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Thanks KC, Drunkn67 and all other posters, sounds like a really great win from our perspective and after all that is all that counts, Sounds like Pedo had a Cracker of a game, looking forward to stats and write-up's. Go Casey............!!!!!!!!!!!!!,

Go Dee's.......!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Just came back from the game. One way traffic but a couple of observations.

Oskar Baker made several poor decisions and this was a little disappointing. Needs to inject himself into the game a bit more. And get rid of that shite haircut. If you're playing badly don't bring attention to it. I made a point of watching his game and there's clearly potential but I left unconvinced about his footy smarts (this coming from someone who was a really dumb player)

Jayden Hunt played ok but chip kicks aren't his go. Good voice out on the field.

JKH is too smart a footballer for this level but is probably unlucky to be at Melbourne given our number of mids.

Pedo was outstanding.

Bugg has presence and, to his credit, he was very good today.

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