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Team selection will be interesting.
 
WERRIBEE TIGERS v CASEY DEMONS 
Saturday June 1, 2.00pm
Avalon Airport Oval, Werribee
 
WERRIBEE TIGERS
 
B 21. L. Pinnuck, 26. D. Nielson, 30. M. Spencer
HB 18. R. Hebron, 5. N. Coughlan, 7. D. McFarlane
C 29. D.  Brew, 6. M.  Barlow, 9. J.  Clayton
HF 8. J. Henderson, 14. T. House, 10. J. Maishman
F 17. M. Augerinos, 32. J. Riccardi, 2. M. Munro
FOLL 31. A. Clarke, 11. M. Hanson, 4. T. Gribble
I/C (from) 43. D. Bennett, 37. J. Bennett, 36. J. Berry, 15. K. Declase, 13. K. Gray, 
46. R. Kemp, 22. B. Malual, 3. M. Sodomaco
23P: 40. T. Boyd

IN D. Bennett, K. Declase, K. Gray, R. Kemp

CASEY DEMONS 

B 56. W. Collis, 1. S. May, 67. T. Freeman
HB 23. J. Jordon, 60. J. Hutchins, 49. C. Stockdale
C 52. M.  Gent, 40. C.  Wagner, 16. K.  Kolodjashnij
HF 37. K. Chandler, 45. D. Keilty, 61. K. Dunkley
F 21. B. Preuss, 26. S. Weideman, 48. M. White
FOLL 65. L. Wale-Buxton, 47. J. Munro, 24. J. Kennedy-Harris
I/C (from) 12. T. Bedford, 54. J. Briggs, 72. J. Griffiths, 79. M. Lefau, 74. N. Lowden, 
57. A. Quigley, 50. W. Stephenson, 68. A. Vella
23P 71. H. Briggs

IN H. Briggs, C. Wagner, A. Vella, K. Dunkley, J. Briggs, S. May, K. Kolodjashnij, J. Griffiths

OUT C. Maynard, J. Lewis, M. Hannan, J. Lever

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Dunkley named half forward.

No Sparrow again this weekend...

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Lots to like in this.  Some great ‘welcome back’s’ and one important ‘welcome’!  Looking forward to them all getting through safely, and pushing for senior selection.

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Hope KK gets a decent run at it.  Let him play for the rest of the year at Casey and get some continuity in his footy and his body (and head).  

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5 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Lever? Thought he would play a half to 3/4 quarters.  Queens birthday??? Unlikely !!

I dont want Lever in the seniors until his form is good. "OK" form isnt anywhere near enough to justify his return.

A fit-but-not-in-form Jake Lever wont be the difference between us playing finals and missing out IMO.

Let him earn it. Properly earn it.

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51 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Lever? Thought he would play a half to 3/4 quarters.  Queens birthday??? Unlikely !!

I think HE pulled the pin on a Darwin return.

I hope the club hasn't penalised him for that.?

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Pretty solid looking team now we are getting players back.  Great to see May and KK named.

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Club said very clearly that #8 would take the week off from all football activities to get his ankle right.  Sensible I would have thought.

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1 hour ago, Salems Lot said:

Club said very clearly that #8 would take the week off from all football activities to get his ankle right.  Sensible I would have thought.

That's fine, but don't go putting him in the senior team until he has played a couple of consecutive full games at VFL lever.

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This one is a tad exciting as a warm up to our Darwin game. Might be well worth the trip out there weather permitting. Quite a bit to look forward to. 

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12 hours ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

Both named in vfl

awesome! 

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Anyone have any info on why Sparrow has missed the last two?

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10 minutes ago, kieranbj said:

Anyone have any info on why Sparrow has missed the last two?

Torn meniscus. Has had the operation, will be out a little while though.

 

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4 hours ago, Salems Lot said:

Club said very clearly that #8 would take the week off from all football activities to get his ankle right.  Sensible I would have thought.

yep.  2 games in VFL, rest him up and get him right for QB. our defence is a debacle, we need a steady head back there to organise us 

would be exactly 12 months since he did it

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We'll have Lewis, Lever, May, JKH, Weed, Preuss, K Dunk, ANB

all pushing for a spot from next week onwards.  finally some pressure from below

the 22 in Darwin should be out on notice and fire up!

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1 hour ago, DubDee said:

We'll have Lewis, Lever, May, JKH, Weed, Preuss, K Dunk, ANB

all pushing for a spot from next week onwards.  finally some pressure from below

the 22 in Darwin should be out on notice and fire up!

How is Spargo even in this week let alone next week?

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13 hours ago, Petraccattack said:

Pretty solid looking team now we are getting players back.  Great to see May and KK named.

Did we pick these blokes up in the mid season draft? I have not seen them on any playing list before. 

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26 minutes ago, old dee said:

How is Spargo even in this week let alone next week?

more touches and tackles than Lockhart, Garlett and Hunt. actually more tackles than the 3 of them combined 

admit he is not playing well but he is a kid finding his way and I reckon given some continuity and backing he will improve

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1 hour ago, DubDee said:

more touches and tackles than Lockhart, Garlett and Hunt. actually more tackles than the 3 of them combined 

admit he is not playing well but he is a kid finding his way and I reckon given some continuity and backing he will improve

You have to do more than tackle DD. if you are a forward the idea is to get the ball and hopefully score not to stop someone running off with the ball you should have had in the first place.

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