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CASEY DEMONS V NORTH MELBOURNE VFL
Saturday 13 April 2019 at 2:00pm
at Casey Fields, Cranbourne

CASEY DEMONS

B 47. J. Munro, 35. H. Petty, 53. L. Tynan
HB 23. J. Jordon, 45. D. Keilty, 48. M. White
C 33. O.  Baker, 20. C.  Maynard, 52. M.  Gent
HF 12. T. Bedford, 38. T. Smith, 63. M. Lewis
F 37. K. Chandler, 60. J. Hutchins, 36. J. Garlett
FOLL 65. L. Wale-Buxton, 32. T. Sparrow, 30. A. Neal-Bullen
I/C 54. J. Briggs, 56. W. Collis, 55. D. Collis, 58. J. Di Pasquale, 62. T. McCaffrey, 57. A. Quigley, 50. W. Stephenson, 49. C. Stockdale
23P 67. T. Freeman

IN T. McCaffrey, J. Di Pasquale, W. Stephenson, A. Neal-Bullen, T. Freeman, J. Briggs

OUT M. Hore,  B. Stretch

NORTH MELBOURNE VFL

B 62. F. Cameron, 20. N. Larkey, 54. J. McIvor-Clark
HB 53. T. Leonardis, 35. D. Watson, 40. T. Murphy
C 68. Q.  Montanaro, 61. C.  Jansen, 19. S.  Wright
HF 36. J. Crocker, 56. B. Whitecross, 59. N. Holmes
F 71. M. Northe, 42. T. Campbell, 55. M. Rodd
FOLL 73. L. Mirams, 52. N. Rippon, 41. T. Wilkinson
I/C 64. L. Cunningham, 6. T. Garner, 37. K. Hayden, 8. N. Hrovat, 23. B. McKay, 72. D. Robinson, 31. C. Taylor, 21. D. Tyson
23P 75. C. Hodges

IN D. Tyson, T. Garner, B. McKay, M. Northe, T. Campbell, N. Holmes, C. Taylor, J. McIvor-Clark

OUT R. Murphy, M. Wood, C. Zurhaar, J. Anderson

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Keilty and Petty need to have strong games to come back into selection contention 

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44 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Did dim Tyson get dropped from the seniors?

Yes.

But old mate @olisik reckons we made a mistake trading him...🤪

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I will go down and keep an eye on Garlett, Petty, Kielty and Baker.

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17 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Yes.

But old mate @olisik reckons we made a mistake trading him...🤪

You'll also notice that our old mate has also been absent after our first victory of the season. 

He only shows up after a loss. How sad is that? 

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1 hour ago, buck_nekkid said:

Any chance Lockhart as a late inclusion?

Don't think he can play for casey if named in our 22.

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3 hours ago, dl4e said:

I will go down and keep an eye on Garlett, Petty, Kielty and Baker.

ANB ???

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Meanwhile, by all reports, Austin Bradtke is motoring along satisfactorily, playing in the ruck for the Dandenong Stingrays.

Nothing spectacular but he's getting hitouts and possessions and last week kicked a goal in the team's drawn game against the Geelong Falcons.

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3 hours ago, Wiseblood said:

You'll also notice that our old mate has also been absent after our first victory of the season. 

He only shows up after a loss. How sad is that? 

Playing the man again.  And it's an opinion forum. 

And how on earth is your comment related to the Casey game tomorrow?

Give it a break, you're better than that.

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So it's the Wale in the ruck.... good luck young man

I see North's ruck, Mirran is a VFL listed player as well. Did North have a relief ruck other than Majak Daws at AFL level?

Be interested in knowing from the Casey regulars if Lockhart has had back problems before.

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1 hour ago, Baghdad Bob said:

Playing the man again.  And it's an opinion forum. 

And how on earth is your comment related to the Casey game tomorrow?

Give it a break, you're better than that.

You follow me round like a bad smell, Bob. You ignored the copious other posts this weekend where I did discuss the game, then? 

Unless you want to engage in some footy discussion, grow up and move on, because I won't waste my time on you again. Life is too short for people like you. Cheers. 

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4 hours ago, 58er said:

ANB ???

Not as much as he has just been demoted and I think needs a few weeks at Casey.

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Thanks DL understand fully but wonder if ANB can alter  his game and adapt to a more physical and skilled (without the fumbling) style to win back his spot.Thats his challenge to play tougher football.

Agree he needs a good stint at Casey yo turn things around from a poor start to 2019.

look forward to your post about the young guys and Jeffy  All Have big chances with the Saints  and Tigers games so close.

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53 minutes ago, Drunkn167 said:

I’ll be there too

A report would be awesome thanks mate.

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9 hours ago, dl4e said:

I will go down and keep an eye on Garlett, Petty, Kielty and Baker.

and I'd love it if you would keep an eye on young Chandler as well please dl4e.  One of our better players in a poor team effort last week.  Thanks!

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On 4/11/2019 at 7:58 PM, Drunkn167 said:

Keilty and Petty need to have strong games to come back into selection contention 

Dec seemed to get a ball in the eye at a centre bounce,  last week...  which seemed to trouble him for some time.

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On 4/11/2019 at 7:25 PM, KC from Casey said:

CASEY DEMONS V NORTH MELBOURNE VFL
Saturday 13 April 2019 at 2:00pm
at Casey Fields, Cranbourne

CASEY DEMONS

B 47. J. Munro, 35. H. Petty, 53. L. Tynan
HB 23. J. Jordon, 45. D. Keilty, 48. M. White
C 33. O.  Baker, 20. C.  Maynard, 52. M.  Gent
HF 12. T. Bedford, 38. T. Smith, 63. M. Lewis
F 37. K. Chandler, 60. J. Hutchins, 36. J. Garlett
FOLL 65. L. Wale-Buxton, 32. T. Sparrow, 30. A. Neal-Bullen
I/C 54. J. Briggs, 56. W. Collis, 55. D. Collis, 58. J. Di Pasquale, 62. T. McCaffrey, 57. A. Quigley, 50. W. Stephenson, 49. C. Stockdale
23P 67. T. Freeman

IN T. McCaffrey, J. Di Pasquale, W. Stephenson, A. Neal-Bullen, T. Freeman, J. Briggs

OUT M. Hore,  B. Stretch

NORTH MELBOURNE VFL

B 62. F. Cameron, 20. N. Larkey, 54. J. McIvor-Clark
HB 53. T. Leonardis, 35. D. Watson, 40. T. Murphy
C 68. Q.  Montanaro, 61. C.  Jansen, 19. S.  Wright
HF 36. J. Crocker, 56. B. Whitecross, 59. N. Holmes
F 71. M. Northe, 42. T. Campbell, 55. M. Rodd
FOLL 73. L. Mirams, 52. N. Rippon, 41. T. Wilkinson
I/C 64. L. Cunningham, 6. T. Garner, 37. K. Hayden, 8. N. Hrovat, 23. B. McKay, 72. D. Robinson, 31. C. Taylor, 21. D. Tyson
23P 75. C. Hodges

IN D. Tyson, T. Garner, B. McKay, M. Northe, T. Campbell, N. Holmes, C. Taylor, J. McIvor-Clark

OUT R. Murphy, M. Wood, C. Zurhaar, J. Anderson

I think the interchange will be Briggs, McCaffery, Stephenson, Stockdale.

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8 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Meanwhile, by all reports, Austin Bradtke is motoring along satisfactorily, playing in the ruck for the Dandenong Stingrays.

Nothing spectacular but he's getting hitouts and possessions and last week kicked a goal in the team's drawn game against the Geelong Falcons.

He’s playing under 18’s? Should be smashing them as training with an AFL side would be very beneficial.

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5 hours ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

He’s playing under 18’s? Should be smashing them as training with an AFL side would be very beneficial.

Bradtke has played no football for about four years after making a decision at 14 years of age to concentrate on basketball.

Apart from a couple of practice matches with Casey, he has played only two games of AFL any level for premiership points and they were over the last fortnight with the Stingrays. He’s learning the craft in an area where players don’t reach their peak until the mid 20s. The strategy of playing him in the NAB Bank Under 18s is sound but don’t expect him to be smashing them quite yet. 

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35 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Bradtke has played no football for about four years after making a decision at 14 years of age to concentrate on basketball.

Apart from a couple of practice matches with Casey, he has played only two games of AFL any level for premiership points and they were over the last fortnight with the Stingrays. He’s learning the craft in an area where players don’t reach their peak until the mid 20s. The strategy of playing him in the NAB Bank Under 18s is sound but don’t expect him to be smashing them quite yet. 

Agree, it will take some time for him.

I watched the last qtr of last weeks game against Geelong where he played majority of that qtr in the ruck. I'd be curious to know if they will also use him up forward as he apparently impressed in some of the Casey practice games he played this year.

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8 hours ago, DV8 said:

Dec seemed to get a ball in the eye at a centre bounce,  last week...  which seemed to trouble him for some time.

So, would that be an "eyeball"??

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