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Anyone going? I'll be going to the Geelong practice match next week so you will get a report there.

Looking forward to reports on Preuss and Kolodjashnij in particular. GO CASEY!

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Casey Demons v Box Hill Hawks on Sunday 24 March at 12 noon Casey Fields

Next week

Casey Demons v Geelong VFL on Saturday 30 March at 11:00 AM Avalon Airport Oval

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Very keen to see how Kolodjashnij plays.  Hopefully can be pushing for selection by rounds 3-4.

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Yeah I will head down for a look.

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The injury toll will certainly be reflected in the team for tomorrow’s game. Here’s my list of Melbourne players available for Casey based on the injury list* -
 
12. Toby Bedford 
15. Billy Stretch
16. Kade Kolodjashnij
20. Corey Maynard
21. Braydon Preuss
23. James Jordon
33. Harrison Petty
35. Oskar Baker
37. Kade Chandler
41. Jay Lockhart
42. Josh Wagner
45. Declan Keilty
46. Austin Bradtke

* assuming Steven May is not available to play for Casey due to his suspension.

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13 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Anyone going? I'll be going to the Geelong practice match next week so you will get a report there.

Looking forward to reports on Preuss and Kolodjashnij in particular. GO CASEY!

I’ll be there

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Oscar Baker and KK are two i am quite interested today. I feel like their run and drive will be crucial for our line up over the next few weeks.

Hope Preuss plays well also.

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5 mins into the first quarter a Hawks player goes down holding his leg. I’m not sure what happened but the Umpires have called for an ambulance. Gonna be a while before play starts again.Poor bastard, never want to see injuries but definitely not serious injuries in a practice match.

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1 hour ago, Drunkn167 said:

5 mins into the first quarter a Hawks player goes down holding his leg. I’m not sure what happened but the Umpires have called for an ambulance. Gonna be a while before play starts again.Poor bastard, never want to see injuries but definitely not serious injuries in a practice match.

Poor guy

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The Box Hill Hawks player who was injured and picked up by an ambulance is Mitchell Lewis.

Casey big man Buxton-Wales has been impressive.

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For me Kielty was far above any of our big men

Contested marks and beautiful kick and has a football brain

Coach said as much in his address at the first break

Pruess definitely has potential 

We struggled against a strong wind 2 quarter

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Any scores??

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23 minutes ago, Mister Ed said:

The Box Hill Hawks player who was injured and picked up by an ambulance is Mitchell Lewis.

 

Reckon it was Tim Mohr, fwiw.

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1 minute ago, Drunkn167 said:

Keilty having a strong game

Great to hear that, anyone else also impressing?

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1 minute ago, Drunkn167 said:

Keilty having a strong game

Bring him straight in for Weid.

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5 minutes ago, TRIGON said:

Great to hear that, anyone else also impressing?

Kolodjashnij has done some good stuff, Baker as well. Pruess dominating in the ruck at stoppages but otherwise not doing a lot. Stretch been good too. Casey have had most of the play but have missed easy shots and gotten hurt on the rebound.

Casey 6-13-49 to BH 9-3-57 nearing 3/4 time

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Petty limping off with a rolled ankle, doesn’t look too serious.

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Left at 1/2 time. Box hill player was down for about nearly 1/2 an hour. They had to wait for an ambulance This is why it took so long. Not even a mobile carry off stretcher to get on the ground to pick him up.

As for our players well Keilty was playing well as was petty in the backline. Pruess okay centre bounces but nothing else. KK was okay and reads the play well. agner was good as well. We were 3  11 to their 9 2. Can't kick straight.

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22 minutes ago, dl4e said:

Left at 1/2 time. Box hill player was down for about nearly 1/2 an hour. They had to wait for an ambulance This is why it took so long. Not even a mobile carry off stretcher to get on the ground to pick him up.

 

What was the injury?

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26 minutes ago, stevethemanjordan said:

 

Classic Demonland.

Put a mirror up mate. You are what you perceive

Keitly was promoted from the Casey list and has been in the system now for a couple of years. He was far more effective than Pruese in the ruck in the pre-season game I watched.

We got smashed against Port on the weekend and part of the problem was when Weid  went into the ruck. We needed a better option. Ohh that and he can actually take a contested mark over his head unlike Weid.

Keilty in for mine.

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Meanwhile, back at the game, how has the last quarter panned out?

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