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Well done Demons 

FWIW wonder if it was Gary Pert's ' idea.?

just saying for the restless ones on Perty's  case!

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Anyone got a list of names so we know what girls and boys to be keeping a eye out for in the future? Saw a young Yze and a Johnson

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17 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

Was Kobe Farmer there?   :ph34r:

That is the young person that I am waiting to see join the Dees.

At his current age, I don't expect him to be a champion amongst his peers or those slightly ahead of him in the maturation stakes; however, when he is ready, if he has half of the talent that his 'old man' had, then he will be an absolute champion. His dad has, on several occasions, hinted/no, demanded, that he will be a Demon. It may well prove to be a 'second coming' although that would be unfair to anticipate just that little bit too much of him. A very warm welcome when it happens is all we can offer under these circumstances. Gosh, I am still thinking that it would be a wonderful acquisition in the future. 

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2 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

Anyone got a list of names so we know what girls and boys to be keeping a eye out for in the future? Saw a young Yze and a Johnson

Future Demons

The club had 15 potential future stars come along for the day, including:

  • Kynan and Ryder Brown – sons of Nathan Brown (146 games, 1998-2007)
  • Jemma and Paige Rigoni – daughters of Guy Rigoni (107 games, 1998-2005)
  • Noah and Jasmine Yze – son and daughter of Adem Yze (271 games. 1995-2008)
  • Tex Robertson – son of Russell Robertson (228 games, 1997-2009)
  • Logan and Jade Wheatley – son and daughter of Paul Wheatley (135 games, 2000-2009)
  • Tegan Williams - daughter of David Williams (67 games, 1983-1988)
  • Tigga Johnstone – son of Travis Johnstone (160 games, 1998-2007)
  • Tom and Max McDonald – sons of Anthony McDonald (104 games, 1997-2002)
  • Kate O’Dwyer – daughter of Steven O’Dwyer (84 games, 1987-1991)
  • Rylee and Autumn Ward – daughters of Daniel Ward (136 games, 1998-2007)

How proud for the mums and dads!

 

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No James McDonald? I went to a house viewing a few years ago and he was there. He seemed to have a few rug rats.

A good turnout nonetheless.

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25 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

 

Future Demons

The club had 15 potential future stars come along for the day, including:

  • Kynan and Ryder Brown – sons of Nathan Brown (146 games, 1998-2007)
  • Jemma and Paige Rigoni – daughters of Guy Rigoni (107 games, 1998-2005)
  • Noah and Jasmine Yze – son and daughter of Adem Yze (271 games. 1995-2008)
  • Tex Robertson – son of Russell Robertson (228 games, 1997-2009)
  • Logan and Jade Wheatley – son and daughter of Paul Wheatley (135 games, 2000-2009)
  • Tegan Williams - daughter of David Williams (67 games, 1983-1988)
  • Tigga Johnstone – son of Travis Johnstone (160 games, 1998-2007)
  • Tom and Max McDonald – sons of Anthony McDonald (104 games, 1997-2002)
  • Kate O’Dwyer – daughter of Steven O’Dwyer (84 games, 1987-1991)
  • Rylee and Autumn Ward – daughters of Daniel Ward (136 games, 1998-2007)

How proud for the mums and dads!

 

Travis Johnstone’s son is named Tigga? That is excellent.

Next you’ll be telling me David Schwarz has named his son Ox.

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2 hours ago, phuket demon said:

Is he even playing footy anymore? 

He is based in Perth. 

I dont think little Wiz will be playing for the red and blue anytime soon.

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58 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

 

Future Demons

The club had 15 potential future stars come along for the day, including:

  • Kynan and Ryder Brown – sons of Nathan Brown (146 games, 1998-2007)
  • Jemma and Paige Rigoni – daughters of Guy Rigoni (107 games, 1998-2005)
  • Noah and Jasmine Yze – son and daughter of Adem Yze (271 games. 1995-2008)
  • Tex Robertson – son of Russell Robertson (228 games, 1997-2009)
  • Logan and Jade Wheatley – son and daughter of Paul Wheatley (135 games, 2000-2009)
  • Tegan Williams - daughter of David Williams (67 games, 1983-1988)
  • Tigga Johnstone – son of Travis Johnstone (160 games, 1998-2007)
  • Tom and Max McDonald – sons of Anthony McDonald (104 games, 1997-2002)
  • Kate O’Dwyer – daughter of Steven O’Dwyer (84 games, 1987-1991)
  • Rylee and Autumn Ward – daughters of Daniel Ward (136 games, 1998-2007)

How proud for the mums and dads!

 

Noticeably absent is the son of Jim Stynes who would be around 13 yo.

He looked a likely type when I saw him running around for South Melbourne Districts last year.

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1 hour ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Noticeably absent is the son of Jim Stynes who would be around 13 yo.

He looked a likely type when I saw him running around for South Melbourne Districts last year.

Might be a good move,  to shield him from any social media pressure that could come.

 

Happy for him, or any who had fathers with BIG names with us...  to go under Our radar,  until they Bloom themselves,  in their own good time.

 

Can you imagine the fanfare and expectations from Us,  on a kid like that...    horrendous.

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3 hours ago, Roger Mellie said:

No James McDonald? I went to a house viewing a few years ago and he was there. He seemed to have a few rug rats.

A good turnout nonetheless.

He's got 3 boys. He and Anthony's boys play together and both dominate. All in good time though. 

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56 minutes ago, Swooper said:

He's got 3 boys. He and Anthony's boys play together and both dominate. All in good time though. 

Is he angry with this club ?  or is he OK now ?

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In any other circumstances I'd denounce the name Tigga, but in this case I really want them to play a game just for the novelty value.

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Can someone go and open a tinder account for Neita! He should be studded! 

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On 4/18/2019 at 10:24 AM, Deemania since 56 said:

That is the young person that I am waiting to see join the Dees.

At his current age, I don't expect him to be a champion amongst his peers or those slightly ahead of him in the maturation stakes; however, when he is ready, if he has half of the talent that his 'old man' had, then he will be an absolute champion. His dad has, on several occasions, hinted/no, demanded, that he will be a Demon. It may well prove to be a 'second coming' although that would be unfair to anticipate just that little bit too much of him. A very warm welcome when it happens is all we can offer under these circumstances. Gosh, I am still thinking that it would be a wonderful acquisition in the future. 

Ablett jnr was always talented but miles off at the same stage. Things can turn very quickly.

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14 hours ago, Adzman said:

Can someone go and open a tinder account for Neita! He should be studded! 

Hasn't Neita got a young daughter?  Probably needs a few more years. 

Trust Travis Johnstone to have a son called Tigga. 

Wonder if Strawbs's daughter is tall like him

Looking back on these names we did have some good players over the years. 

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Can we grab a few of them for the Richmond game?

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