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One change from the team that comprehensively beat North Melbourne VFL last week - JKH promoted to the AFL.

Likely replacement - Angus Scott

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You really have to get up early these days to beat binman and Werridee so here’s my place holder for this Sunday’s game.

PETER JACKSON VFL 2018
CASEY DEMONS
v FOOTSCRAY VFL
Sunday 15 July 2018 at 2.10pm
at Casey Fields, Cranbourne East
 
CASEY DEMONS 

B: 18. J. Lockhart, 45. D. Keilty, 6. J. Munro
HB: 1. J. Hutchins, 55. H. Petty, 42. J. Wagner
😄 56. O.  Baker, 62. A.  Vandenberg, 16. D.  Kent
HF: 12. T. Bugg, 21. C. Pedersen, 19. M. Hannan
F: 54. H. Balic, 38. T. Smith, 24. C. Machaya
Foll: 26. S. Weideman, 71. D. Tyson, 13. C. Wagner
I/C (from): 23. W. Collis, 47. L. Filipovic, 4. J. Freeman, 9. M. Gent, 34. M. King, 22. G. Lok, 40. P. McKenna, 27. A. Scott

23P: 49. C. Stockdale

In: J. Freeman, W. Collis, G. Lok, M. Gent, A. Scott

Out: J. Kennedy-Harris

FOOTSCRAY VFL
 
B: 61. L. Nash, 32. K. Collins, 57. L. Smith
HB: 62. B. Olsson, 2. L. Young, 54. R. William
😄 56. W.  Hayes, 28. C.  Porter, 50. J.  Prudden
HF: 30. F. Greene, 40. N. Mullenger-Mchugh, 53. L. Sullivan
F: 44. T. English, 18. F. Roberts, 66. A. Monfries
Foll: 15. T. Campbell, 19. L. Webb, 60. A. Tashevski-Beckwith
I/C (from): 55. A. Greenwood, 65. N. Hamad, 70. C. Henness, 73. R. McComb, 71. A. Panayi, 52. J. Patullo, 68. D. Symeopoulos, 67. J. Wallis

23P: 77. H. Persson

In: L. Webb, C. Henness, A. Tashevski-Beckwith, A. Panayi, J. Patullo, R. McComb, N. Hamad

Out: J. Roughead, M. Honeychurch, L. Dalgleish

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We are going for 9 in a row and I think we can do it with our strongest side yet with 19 senior listed players available (I assume Johnstone is available). The Dees by 35 points.

My Preferred Team

B: Petty, Pedersen, J.Smith

HB: J.Wagner, Keilty, Vince

C : C.Wagner, Tyson, Vandenberg

HF: Balic, T.Smith, Kent

F: Hannan, Weideman, Hutchins

FOLL: King, Bugg, Kennedy Harris

IC: Filipovic, McKenna, Johnstone, Lockhart, Stockdale

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Lewis should slot in nicely and the slower pace might suit his game.

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4 hours ago, Biffen said:

Lewis should slot in nicely and the slower pace might suit his game.

Don't you dare put [censored] on our hair apparent !

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On 7/9/2018 at 8:28 PM, WERRIDEE said:

We are going for 9 in a row and I think we can do it with our strongest side yet with 19 senior listed players available (I assume Johnstone is available). The Dees by 35 points.

My Preferred Team

B: Petty, Pedersen, J.Smith

HB: J.Wagner, Keilty, Vince

C : C.Wagner, Tyson, Vandenberg

HF: Balic, T.Smith, Kent

F: Hannan, Weideman, Hutchins

FOLL: King, Bugg, Kennedy Harris

IC: Filipovic, McKenna, Johnstone, Lockhart, Stockdale

Cory Wagner has been looking ok...  but I cannot stop being reminded of Sylvia.

 I hope he turns out a hard worker and disciplined.

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On 7/9/2018 at 4:06 PM, binman said:

One change from the team that comprehensively beat North Melbourne VFL last week - JKH promoted to the AFL.

Likely replacement - Angus Scott

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As predicted.

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Just so very pleased to see Aaron VB back playing. I hope you get the full four quarters this week mate! And keep up those tackles go dees !!

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Wheres Johnstone? Didnt play last week either & club website doesn't have him down as being injured?

Edit: Misson report does, but website doesn't. I don't watch those videos, makes me too depressed watching Misson.

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36 minutes ago, 640MD said:

Just so very pleased to see Aaron VB back playing. I hope you get the full four quarters this week mate! And keep up those tackles go dees !!

Me too! He's a beast of a unit 👹

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35 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Wheres Johnstone? Didnt play last week either & club website doesn't have him down as being injured?

Edit: Misson report does, but website doesn't. I don't watch those videos, makes me too depressed watching Misson.

Quad injury

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39 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Wheres Johnstone? Didnt play last week either & club website doesn't have him down as being injured?

Edit: Misson report does, but website doesn't. I don't watch those videos, makes me too depressed watching Misson.

I believe he is out with some quad soreness and Balic will be out with illness (a cold). Given the Stretch & J.Smith injuries Casey will be a few men down. However being the Sunday game the carryovers from the AFL will play so it’ll still be a strong lineup especially given some decent VFL talent.

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winds of 20-30kph predicted for Sunday. Hopefully it doesn't affect the game too much.

Would be good to see Balic, Baker and Petty have a solid game. Also interested in the ruck as there's a lot of improvement needed there.

PS: Just saw that Drunk'n has posted Balic out ...pity he needs a solid run

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JKH is a big loss for Casey.  He is a star for them.

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This will be a challenge for Casey’s VFL listed players, some of who have been playing suburban footy because they couldn’t hold their places in the team when up to 17 or 18 MFC listers we’re getting a game each week. 

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5 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Plenty out this week

balic Stretch Smith-j Viney Lever Maynard Hunt 

thats 7 Casey required this week

I think we can cover Balic and Hannan with Lok and Gent any more outs and we are in trouble.

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I think Casey's VFL listed should be able to step up, even guys who have been in and out like Lok, Gent, Collis can all add somehting.

And especially since there's still Senior spots up for grabs the AFL Listed guys are going to want to come out and dominate so I'm still fairly certain we can feed off of today's win and get it done over Footscray. AVB is a beast, Tyson, Wagner, Kent, Bugg and McKenna can all hit another level, Keilty has been up on form and will want to push hard for a Debut, as will Baker. Petty and Pedo are playing well, as are Weids and Bull, and with the Dog's Ruck woes, Flipper and King might be able to add something. 

Should be a decent hit out, excited to see AVB dominate and see if Keilty can really push his chances.

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Is there any live stream (and/or is it on Casey Radio)?

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1 hour ago, CBDees said:

Is there any live stream (and/or is it on Casey Radio)?

Yeah mate Casey Radio are covering the game today.

https://www.3ser.org.au/

Just arrived in Cranbourne, beautiful sunny day but a decent wind with a bit of chill to it.

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Hoping for a big game from Kent. If in form he would be great against the cats.

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Kent and Vandenberg are two wildcards for us in the run home.. both in the VFL and AFL.

 

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Very strong breeze to the southern end. Footscray also usually play in Windy conditions but this should suite Casey very nicely.

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