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Casey Demons v Sandringham - Round 19

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1 minute ago, layzie said:

Great to hear Kent is still pressing for a chance. 

What chance, he plays in Perth ?

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Thanks KC and all other posters that was a good win in the end, I feel so sorry for Bernie, injuries are starting to hamper the Dee’s at present. 

Go Casey...!!!!

ps(great to see Kentie getting amongst the goals as well).

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7 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Who is the carry over tomorrow?

Hannan

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Great job Casey

Thanks to all reporters 

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7 minutes ago, DeeZone said:

Thanks KC and all other posters that was a good win in the end, I feel so sorry for Bernie, injuries are starting to hamper the Dee’s at present. 

Go Casey...!!!!

ps(great to see Kentie getting amongst the goals as well).

Might just have saved his AFL career today, within the AFL somewhere ?

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Thanks for the updates, great to hear Kent still in the frame. Any word on How Tom Bugg went? Seems to have dropped off a bit. Still believe he adds value and showed what he can offer with those 4 goals against Norf earlier in the year

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Great effort to win today with such an unsettled side. 

I hope Bernie decides to play on next year...

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Bugg had 28 disposals today.  Always contributes, though some games are a little quieter.  Provides plenty of forward pressure. With injuries mounting up he could still be a chance.

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Just now, Sir Why You Little said:

Great effort to win today with such an unsettled side. 

I hope Bernie decides to play on next year...

Do you think we will offer him a contract?

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1 minute ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Great effort to win today with such an unsettled side. 

I hope Bernie decides to play on next year...

It wont be his choice

 

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21 hours ago, Drunkn167 said:

Unfortunately I’m working this weekend and won’t be able to see the game

Going to have to rely on you guys for my reports, please keep a particular eye on Keilty for me

Another strong game by Dec, Drunkn.  Based on radio broadcast, he was involved a lot, and was mentioned among the better players.  My assessment from afar is that he stood up very well in defence, in the absence of Pedo .

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5 minutes ago, Tough Kent said:

Do you think we will offer him a contract?

1 year with incentives

i hope so

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There is a reason that Hannan is the emergency tomorrow and not Kent. 

Hannan has youth and a sound body working for him. 

Lets not  forget Kent has never been consistent and has a bad record with getting long term injuries. He is not the future. IMO the only way he will get another senior game is through injuries and God forbid that happens in the next few weeks. 

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19 minutes ago, Brenno said:

It wont be his choice

 

I suspect he already knows the answer,,,, to the question.

6 minutes ago, old dee said:

There is a reason that Hannan is the emergency tomorrow and not Kent. 

Hannan has youth and a sound body working for him. 

Lets not  forget Kent has never been consistent and has a bad record with getting long term injuries. He is not the future. IMO the only way he will get another senior game is through injuries and God forbid that happens in the next few weeks. 

upside...   Hannan is largely untapped potential, atmo.

I think he's got a lot of talent left within him, if he can manage to find it.

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31 minutes ago, old dee said:

There is a reason that Hannan is the emergency tomorrow and not Kent. 

Hannan has youth and a sound body working for him. 

Lets not  forget Kent has never been consistent and has a bad record with getting long term injuries. He is not the future. IMO the only way he will get another senior game is through injuries and God forbid that happens in the next few weeks. 

They are both 24, Kent is a month older so you are sort of correct. 

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33 minutes ago, old dee said:

There is a reason that Hannan is the emergency tomorrow and not Kent. 

Hannan has youth and a sound body working for him. 

Lets not  forget Kent has never been consistent and has a bad record with getting long term injuries. He is not the future. IMO the only way he will get another senior game is through injuries and God forbid that happens in the next few weeks. 

Wasn’t Kent the carry over last week?

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Go the mighty dees is that 12 IN a row now? Kent played well putting pressure on the senior side. We have one hand on the premiership cup IMO.

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Just now, Tough Kent said:

Does anyone think that we'll be playing JKH in September (if we get there) ahead of Hannan or Kent???

jkh is playing Viney's role so I am not sure those two are vying with him for the same spot.

I assume Bugg played as an inside mid today for Casey.

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1 minute ago, Tough Kent said:

Does anyone think that we'll be playing JKH in September (if we get there) ahead of Hannan or Kent???

Yes

JKH does exactly what's asked of him

I see a role for Dean Kent, too

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42 minutes ago, old dee said:

There is a reason that Hannan is the emergency tomorrow and not Kent. 

Hannan has youth and a sound body working for him. 

Lets not  forget Kent has never been consistent and has a bad record with getting long term injuries. He is not the future. IMO the only way he will get another senior game is through injuries and God forbid that happens in the next few weeks. 

Or alternatively because Kent was the emergency last week.

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