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Williamstown v Casey Demons - Round 9


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The Casey Demons play Williamstown at the Williamstown Football Ground on Sunday 3rd June at 2.00pm.

Williamstown are very similar to Port.Melbourne  both successful non aligned clubs, they currently sit 6th on the ladder.

We should be stronger this week with our emergency being able to play so Weideman, Hunt and Pedersen should be back.

I think the Dees will win a tight one by 18 points.

POSSIBLE TEAM LINE UP

B: Keilty, Frost, Johnstone

HB: Hunt, Petty, J.Smith

C : Kennedy Harris, Stretch, Baker

HF: Balic, Pedersen, Bugg

F: Garlett, Weideman, King

Foll: Filipovic, J.Wagner, Tyson

I/C: C.Wagner, Lockhart, Scott, M. Lewis, Quigley

 

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9 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

The Casey Demons play Williamstown at the Williamstown Football Ground on Sunday 3rd June at 2.00pm.

Williamstown are very similar to Port.Melbourne  both successful non aligned clubs, they currently sit 6th on the ladder.

We should be stronger this week with our emergency being able to play so Weideman, Hunt and Pedersen should be back.

I think the Dees will win a tight one by 18 points.

POSSIBLE TEAM LINE UP

B: KEILTY, FROST, JOHNSTONE

HB: HUNT, PETTY, J.SMITH

C : KENNEDY HARRIS, STRETCH, BAKER

HF: BALIC, PEDERSEN, BUGG

F: GARLETT, WEIDEMAN, KING

FOLL: FILIPOVIC, J.WAGNER, TYSON

IC: C.WAGNER, LOCKHART, SCOTT, M.LEWIS, QUIGLEY

please.....all those caps give me a headache

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3 hours ago, daisycutter said:

please.....all those caps give me a headache

Then take a Bex and lie down.  You'll feel much better in the morning, DC!

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Melbourne's injury toll is one of the factors that will determine how many AFL-listed players take part in the all-important Casey Demons clash with Williamstown this Sunday. There is the possibility that some players might be rested or managed in light of the 6 day break between games at AFL level. With Sam Weideman likely to return from injury, these leaves only Dean Kent, Corey Maynard, Pat McKenna and Aaron vandenBerg on the list of players definitely unavailable for selection at the weekend.

PETER JACKSON VFL 2018

WILLIAMSTOWN v CASEY DEMONS 

Sunday 3 June 2018 at 2.00pm

at Williamstown Football Ground, Williamstown

WILLIAMSTOWN

B: 18. J. Greiser, 7. N. Rodda, 21. J. Tippett
HB: 31. B. Monk, 17. J. Charleston, 35. B. Myers
? 11. J.  Dorgan, 16. B.  Bewley, 4. B.  Jolley
HF: 9. A. Marcon, 5. L. Schultz, 26. J. Thorpe
F: 3. S. Dunell, 10. L. Masters, 24. W. Wheeler
Foll: 49. N. Meese, 6. M. Gibbons, 2. B. Cavarra
I/C (from) 29. L. Bramble, 37. N. Ebinger, 12. L. George, 23. J. Jones, 19. D. Kempster, 1. J. Pongracic, 13. T. Schnerring, 32. C. Stephens
23P: 27. B. Morrish

In: L. Bramble, N. Ebinger,  L. George, J. Jones, D. Kempster, B. Morrish, J. Pongracic, C. Stephens

Out: L. Carter, P. Faulks, N. Richards, O. Tate
 
CASEY DEMONS 

B: 55. H. Petty, 45. D. Keilty, 42. J. Wagner
HB: 29. J. Hunt, 17. S. Frost, 44. J. Smith
? 56. O.  Baker, 12. T.  Bugg, 37. D.  Johnstone
HF: 36. J. Garlett, 21. C. Pedersen, 18. J. Lockhart
F: 54. H. Balic, 26. S. Weideman, 33. J. Kennedy-Harris
Foll: 34. M. King, 71. D. Tyson, 15. B. Stretch
I/C (from) 32. J. Briggs, 47. L. Filipovic, 1. J. Hutchins, 14. M. Lewis, 22. G. Lok, 6. J. Munro, 27. A. Scott, 13. C. Wagner
23P: 35. A. Quigley

In: J. Briggs, J. Hunt, J. Hutchins, C. Pedersen, S. Weideman

Out: M. White

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On 5/30/2018 at 2:38 PM, KC from Casey said:

Melbourne's injury toll is one of the factors that will determine how many AFL-listed players take part in the all-important Casey Demons clash with Williamstown this Sunday. There is the possibility that some players might be rested or managed in light of the 6 day break between games at AFL level. With Sam Weideman likely to return from injury, these leaves only Dean Kent, Corey Maynard, Pat McKenna and Aaron vandenBerg on the list of players definitely unavailable for selection at the weekend.

PETER JACKSON VFL 2018

WILLIAMSTOWN v CASEY DEMONS 

Sunday 3 June 2018 at 2.00pm

at Williamstown Football Ground, Williamstown

Werridee stealing your thunder again and stomping all over the great Demonland tradition of KC starting the weekly Casey thread.

Something must be done!

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14 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

The Casey Demons play Williamstown at the Williamstown Football Ground on Sunday 3rd June at 2.00pm.

Williamstown are very similar to Port.Melbourne  both successful non aligned clubs, they currently sit 6th on the ladder.

We should be stronger this week with our emergency being able to play so Weideman, Hunt and Pedersen should be back.

I think the Dees will win a tight one by 18 points.

POSSIBLE TEAM LINE UP

B: KEILTY, FROST, JOHNSTONE

HB: HUNT, PETTY, J.SMITH

C : KENNEDY HARRIS, STRETCH, BAKER

HF: BALIC, PEDERSEN, BUGG

F: GARLETT, WEIDEMAN, KING

FOLL: FILIPOVIC, J.WAGNER, TYSON

IC: C.WAGNER, LOCKHART, SCOTT, M.LEWIS, QUIGLEY

WERRIDEE, i know it might be a little presumptuous of me to ask this but might it be possible for you to let KC from Casey start this thread and then perhaps you post you thoughts after that?

There a several  reasons.

One is that i am a routine person and i have well got used to the routine of KC starting this thread (like joeboy doing the three word analysis thread).

Two, it feels more official the thread starting with KC's post as KC sort of speaks for casey.

Three i prefer the format of having the actual selected side and match details pinned to the start of the thread (preferably by KC), rather than who you think might play, which to be honest - and at the risk of being rude - i'm not that interested in.

Thanks for considering

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5 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

 

Werridee stealing your thunder again and stomping all over the great Demonland tradition of KC starting the weekly Casey thread.

Something must be done!

One never considers this  thread officially started until KC has come forward with his opening words.

Off to Russia for the world cup so I will miss this weekend but I can thoroughly recommend a trip to Williamstown. Try to make time for fish and chips on the Esplanade before heading down to the ground.

I see that light winds are forecast for Sunday but a jacket is always handy for those winds off the bay.

Like Port, Willamstown beat Casey last year IIRC so they are certainly no pushover. A strong stand alone club as Werridee has mentioned.

Go Dees.

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39 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

 

Werridee stealing your thunder again and stomping all over the great Demonland tradition of KC starting the weekly Casey thread.

Something must be done!

Sometimes we have to change and move forward. Things are happening that are changing the dynamic at the club - why not Demonland?

I don't have a problem but Werridee could do away with the capitals. ?

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5 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

Sometimes we have to change and move forward. Things are happening that are changing the dynamic at the club - why not Demonland?

I don't have a problem but Werridee could do away with the capitals. ?

Fixed

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5 hours ago, binman said:

WERRIDEE, i know it might be a little presumptuous of me to ask this but might it be possible for you to let KC from Casey start this thread and then perhaps you post you thoughts after that?

There a several  reasons.

One is that i am a routine person and i have well got used to the routine of KC starting this thread (like joeboy doing the three word analysis thread).

Two, it feels more official the thread starting with KC's post as KC sort of speaks for casey.

Three i prefer the format of having the actual selected side and match details pinned to the start of the thread (preferably by KC), rather than who you think might play, which to be honest - and at the risk of being rude - i'm not that interested in.

Thanks for considering

KC usually puts it in late. I like to put the side in early around the time the match pre view in the seniors. If he can put it in early then I'm fine with that.

PS Don't care if you're not interested in the best 22 I am.

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Anybody going?

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2 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

KC usually puts it in late. I like to put the side in early around the time the match pre view in the seniors. If he can put it in early then I'm fine with that.

PS Don't care if you're not interested in the best 22 I am.

KC has been doing it for years.  Who are you to dictate that, if he puts it in early, 'you're fine with that'?  That's not your choice to make in my opinion.

And you put a total guess side in that may not reflect the game at all.  It's off putting at best.

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http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2018-05-31/grateful-to-be-back-mitch-lewis

Article on Mitch Lewis who also got player of the week.

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http://vfl.com.au/peter-jackson-vfl-teams-round-9/

Weideman, Pedersen and Hunt are in. 

Hutchins named on the extended bench.

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On 5/30/2018 at 2:38 PM, KC from Casey said:


 CASEY DEMONS 

B: 55. H. Petty, 45. D. Keilty, 42. J. Wagner
HB: 29. J. Hunt, 17. S. Frost, 44. J. Smith
? 56. O.  Baker, 12. T.  Bugg, 37. D.  Johnstone
HF: 36. J. Garlett, 21. C. Pedersen, 18. J. Lockhart
F: 54. H. Balic, 26. S. Weideman, 33. J. Kennedy-Harris
Foll: 34. M. King, 71. D. Tyson, 15. B. Stretch
I/C (from) 32. J. Briggs, 47. L. Filipovic, 1. J. Hutchins, 14. M. Lewis, 22. G. Lok, 6. J. Munro, 27. A. Scott, 13. C. Wagner
23P: 35. A. Quigley

In: J. Briggs, J. Hunt, J. Hutchins, C. Pedersen, S. Weideman, 

Out: M. White

Have to feel for a few of the Casey boys.

With all those Melbourne players listed, and Hutchy back in the lineup if he is fit, you'd expect the I/C to be Filipovic, Hutchins, C. Wagner and either the Vice Captain Scott or Lewis who has been playing great footy. Meaning the likes of Lok, Munro and either Scott or Lewis to miss out.

Otherwise that is a very strong lineup which will be needed to beat Williamstown in Williamstown. Should be a great game.

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19 hours ago, Drunkn167 said:

Have to feel for a few of the Casey boys.

With all those Melbourne players listed, and Hutchy back in the lineup if he is fit, you'd expect the I/C to be Filipovic, Hutchins, C. Wagner and either the Vice Captain Scott or Lewis who has been playing great footy. Meaning the likes of Lok, Munro and either Scott or Lewis to miss out.

Otherwise that is a very strong lineup which will be needed to beat Williamstown in Williamstown. Should be a great game.

Correct Drunkn - with 18 MFC listed players in the team, it leaves room for very few Casey lads.

Lockhart is a lock :) and so is 23rd player Quigley. Scott and Corey Wagner have been consistent all year so two of the skipper Hutchins, Munro or Lewis are going to have to miss unless there's a mystery injury of the week around.

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Dear agony aunt,

Have gone to as many games as possible this season - couldn't get to the blues or ess games. Lots going on with renovations and other stuff (kids sports mainly).

Would love to go to both the AFL and VFL games this weekend, but if i chose to go to both my next choice would be chemical or surgical - castration.  I live in Altona so would love to see Casey play Willy. I love watching foot there. And marvel stadium leaves me cold. But its joneys's 250th. 

What to do?

Please help agony aunt.

(PS it is sign of how well we are going that i would even consider going to a casey game instead of the dees)

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5 hours ago, binman said:

Dear agony aunt,

Have gone to as many games as possible this season - couldn't get to the blues or ess games. Lots going on with renovations and other stuff (kids sports mainly).

Would love to go to both the AFL and VFL games this weekend, but if i chose to go to both my next choice would be chemical or surgical - castration.  I live in Altona so would love to see Casey play Willy. I love watching foot there. And marvel stadium leaves me cold. But its joneys's 250th. 

What to do?

Please help agony aunt.

(PS it is sign of how well we are going that i would even consider going to a casey game instead of the dees)

Always protect the ball drop agony aunt castration is irravercable 1

 

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