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Jake’s back

CASEY DEMONS v. PORT MELBOURNE
Saturday 18 May, 2019 at 2.00pm
at Casey Fields, Cranbourne East

CASEY DEMONS 

B: 67. T. Freeman, 45. D. Keilty, 23. J. Jordon
HB: 63. M. Lewis, 8. J. Lever, 47. J. Munro
😄 58. J.  Di Pasquale, 40. C.  Wagner, 52. M.  Gent
HF: 54. J. Briggs, 60. J. Hutchins, 37. K. Chandler
F: 12. T. Bedford, 48. M. White, 65. L. Wale-Buxton
R: 21. B. Preuss, 32. T. Sparrow, 20. C. Maynard
Int: 56. W. Collis, 76. M. Gahan, 79. M. Lefau, 62. T. McCaffrey, 
57. A. Quigley, 50. W. Stephenson, 49. C. Stockdale, 68. A. Vella
23P: 74. N. Lowden


In: W. Collis, C. Maynard, D. Keilty, A. Vella, W. Stephenson, M. Gahan, 
J. Lever
Out: O. Baker,  T. Smith,  H. Petty 

PORT MELBOURNE 

B: 23. R. Pendlebury, 15. D. Beddison, 16. C. Searle
HB: 5. S. Lange, 37. H. Hooper, 36. L. Waddell
😄 43. T.  O'Sullivan, 21. B.  Jolley, 3. E.  Templeton
HF: 9. A. Krakauer, 2. K. Haretuku, 29. C. Walker
F: 22. D. Johnstone, 6. J. Lisle, 32. B. Pearson
R: 28. T. Goodwin, 18. M. Wooffindin, 4. T. O'Sullivan
Int: 13. J. Blair, 33. M. Gundry, 25. T. Hobbs, 34. H. Johnson, 
11. B. Lloyd, 30. E. Phillips, 1. M. Rivett, 47. M. Wenn
23P: 27. C. Beasley

In: H. Johnson, T. Hobbs, C. Beasley, T. Goodwin, M. Gundry
Out: M. King

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54 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Weideman?

still sore.. I suppose

Pity.. I was hoping to see Weid and Charlie on the weekend but not to be.

If I get along it will give me  a chance to concentrate on Bedford and Chandler

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Weideman?

Missed last week due to “soreness” and misses again this week. 

Translation: at Melbourne this means a likely 4 - 6 weeks if he can avoid surgery to overcome the “soreness”

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I was really hoping Weid would regain form and be back by now.  Should be back next week.  Disappointing year so far given  Hogan’s departure meant he has a great opportunity to hold down a key forward role. 

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Good luck to Jake Lever, for a safe and high quality return.

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47 minutes ago, Elwood 3184 said:

Missed last week due to “soreness” and misses again this week. 

Translation: at Melbourne this means a likely 4 - 6 weeks if he can avoid surgery to overcome the “soreness”

Listed as hip.

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Think I will go to this one. Good to see Lever but an eye on Swallow and Jordan.

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Wow, you know our injury list is up there when your vfl team is this light on with AFL players.

Spargo not on injury list ....

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8 hours ago, Adzman said:

Wow, you know our injury list is up there when your vfl team is this light on with AFL players.

Spargo not on injury list ....

Fell in a hole at training and they cannot find him!!!!!!!!

In all seriousness do we have a depression problem here?

seems strange that he has suddenly just dropped out of sight with no mention on injury list etc. 

Strange.

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Spargo is listed on the injury list posted the other day on another thread. Apparently his injury is (foot). There’s been no talk about it at all except he was down as a test this week which could mean anything with our record of foot injuries.

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A beautiful cloudless day makes for a great trip to the country oval known as Casey Fields.

While partaking of the famous egg and bacon roll I shall enjoy watching the MFC future from the gentle hill at the Berwick end of this famous oval.

Look forward to seeing a few of you there.

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2 hours ago, buck_nekkid said:

Any coverage of the game today?

Answer to my own question:

On your iPhone: Download the VFL app to listen via the BROADCAST page or the SEN app

On the web: Via www.vfl.com.au

Digital Radio: SEN 2 digital

Full replays: Click HERE for all replay games

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1 hour ago, Petraccattack said:

Anyone know if  the plan is for Jake to play close to a full game?

Thanks @Petraccattack  I was about to ask much the same question. Perhaps KC or one of the other Casey insiders will know the answer.

My guess is not much more than half a game.

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4 minutes ago, DV8 said:

Has Preuss got back in time?

Yep kicked 2

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