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I thought we were going to cut and paste They kicked They handballef They marked Etc Another really good session, lots of ball movement drills Crossy and at one point Mac

When I was there last week I was standing next to someone and we identified the drone and couldn't believe how steady it was. Just didn't move. We looked again some time later and it was still rock so

I'm currently living in LA and I just want to say thank you to all of the brave souls making it down to training in the pre season to report back to us. You truly are performing a great service to tho

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14 minutes ago, Demonland said:

It's the last Monday training session before the break. If anyone is heading down today we'd love a first hand report.

I'll second that!

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I thought we were going to cut and paste

They kicked

They handballef

They marked

Etc

Another really good session, lots of ball movement drills

Crossy and at one point Macca,  pounded the rehab group again

Of the young draftees Sparrow and Chandler seem to be settling the quickest

Corey Wagner looks like what he is, a player who has been on an AFL list before, neat and tidy skills, handling the training loads

May got his feet tangled up in marking drill and crashed to the ground, think the Jatz got involved, spent a minute or two on his haunches 

KK is starting to stand out in the ball movement drills with his 2 way running

At the end of the session Nietschke and Jordon got some one on one tutoring from Nev Jetta

Preuss' skills for a big man are very good, have still not seen him miss a kick, no matter the conditions or distance

Goodwin 'very vocal' today

On the tech side as some have asked, there is a camera on a pole at one end of the field, they have a side on, they also utilise hand held and now have a drone, so coaches have no shortage of vision

Will post some pics tonight

 

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Thanks for the report @Satyriconhome

When I was at training a few Fridays ago I was looking for the camera on the pole. I noticed the guy behind the goals on the freeway side of the ground with the computer and the joystick but couldn't locate the camera or see a drone in the air.

Would be interesting to know how in depth they are with reviewing the training footage and whether they use it to in meetings with players to improve their craft or training standards.

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Thanks for the report @Satyriconhome

When I was at training a few Fridays ago I was looking for the camera on the pole. I noticed the guy behind the goals on the freeway side of the ground with the computer and the joystick but couldn't locate the camera or see a drone in the air.

Would be interesting to know how in depth they are with reviewing the training footage and whether they use it to in meetings with players to improve their craft or training standards.

Giving no secrets away, they will use a hand held to have a close look at a players kicking action, assume from both a footy and bio mechanics angle, sorry talking to one of the fitness guys about running styles and how they may and change a players if it is impacting their body adversely

 

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Extract from club tweet re AGM

Goodwin:

"I couldn't be happier with how the players have returned from their break.

"Their intent, physical condition + training standard has been fantastic." 

This is the first time ever that players have come back in good nick.  Shows it is a really committed group.

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2 hours ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

Extract from club tweet re AGM

Goodwin:

"I couldn't be happier with how the players have returned from their break.

"Their intent, physical condition + training standard has been fantastic." 

This is the first time ever that players have come back in good nick.  Shows it is a really committed group.

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