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6,5,4,3,2,1 ...

 

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6 - Gawn

5 - Harmes ( lost a point for the 2 50s)

4. Oliver

3 Hibberd

2. Lockhart 

1. Salem

 

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Just now, Whispering_Jack said:

Everybody - I’m in Athens and didn’t see the game but just got the score.

I knew there was a reason the Gameday thread wasnt up this morning.

Dont worry WJ,  I filled in for you.  Enjoy your vacation. Go Dees.

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6 Oliver ( Ran the game after 1/2 time)

5 Harmes (gave the 2 50m penalties)

4 Salem ( Disposal)

3 Brayshaw

2 Gawn

1 Lockart ( has heart !!)

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6 Oliver

5 Harmes

4 Gawn

3 Frost

2 Hibberd

1 Brayshaw

 

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6. Harmes

5. Oliver

4. Gawn

3. Frost

2. Salem

1. Lockart

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Posted (edited)
15 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

6 - Harmes

5 - Gawn

4 - Salem

3 - Oliver

2 - Lockhart 

1 - Hibberd

 

This

 

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6. Harmes

5. Salem

4. Gawn

3. Oliver

2. Hibberd

1. Frost

HM: Nibbler, Lockhart 

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6. Gawn - another dominant display for the whole game

5. Harmes - after quarter time was great on O'Meara but 2 50's in exactly the same way was inexcusable

4. Salem - Allan Jeans would call him "a good driver in heavy traffic"

3. Oliver - some dumb decisions but boy can he find the ball

2. Hibberd - much improved in the last two games

1. Frost - a very steady game from a player I doubted I would ever call steady.

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Posted (edited)
 

6 Oliver

5 Harmes

4 Gawn

3 Frost

2 Brayshaw 

1 Hunt

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 6 - Harmes (people saying about the 2 50s it’s a crap rule & easy to get pinged on, not like he gave away 2 for mouthing off or undisciplined acts, shut down O’Meara & killed him going the other way, easily BOG)

5 - Gawn

4 - Lockhart

3 - Oliver

2 - Salem

1 - Hibberd

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Harmes

Hunt

Petracca

Frost

Lockheart

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6. Gawn

5. Harmes

4. Oliver

3. Salem

2. Brayshaw

1.Hibberd

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6. Harmes

5. Salem

4. Gawn

3. Lockhart

2. Oliver

1. Brayshaw

 

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41 minutes ago, JV7 said:

 6 - Harmes (people saying about the 2 50s it’s a crap rule & easy to get pinged on, not like he gave away 2 for mouthing off or undisciplined acts, shut down O’Meara & killed him going the other way, easily BOG)

 

It's a rule (and not a new one), he's a smart guy and a professional footballer and he infringed twice and it could have meant a different result.  He played a great game but that was just dumb.  And yes he did kill O'Meara.

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6. Harmes. (two 50 metre penalties aside)

5. Salem

4. Gawn

3. Lockhart

2. Clarry

1. Hibberd

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Harmes  ( He is a key player for us . Makes a huge difference when he is getting the ball)

Gawn

Clarrie

Salem

Hibberd

Frost.

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6.Harmes

5.Gawn

4.Salem

3.Oliver

2.Hore

1.Lockhart

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6.  Harmes

5.  Hibberd

4.  Gawn

3.  Salem

2.  Oliver

1.  Hunt

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