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1 minute ago, Dee Zephyr said:

May has been very good down back so far.

spoke too early DZ 😟... just outmarked by a Werribee player who luckily missed on the siren

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Qtr Time Werribee 4.3.27 lead Casey 2.2.14

Goals Bedford Lefau 

Disposals May 8, Kolodjashnij 6, Wagner 5, Stockdale 4

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9 minutes ago, Dee-licious said:

Lock May in for next week. 

Hasn’t got through the game yet and pubs are open tonight and tomorrow.

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Just being smashed around the ball and turnovers are killing any good work we do. Without May it could be seriously ugly. We are missing the Maynard’s, JKH, Sparrowe, Stretch. 

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23 hours ago, old dee said:

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.

That why I mentioned he had more touches than the blokes he is competing with. And kicked a goal. Tackling is key to small fwd role so it’s obvious why he kept his spot this week. Having said that if there are fwds playing well in the twos and he doesn’t improve soon he probably will be dropped soon as the bar is pretty low at the moment 

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16 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Hasn’t got through the game yet and pubs are open tonight and tomorrow.

Very sharp Mr. Leg. 

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Half Time Casey 3.4 22 trail Weribee 7.4 46

Goals Bedford Lefau Quigley

Disposals May 13, Wagner 13, Munro 9, White 9

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Weideman?? Any sense he will be a chance to return to form. 

** Sorry apparently he and Jkh are travelling emergencies 

Edited by spirit of norm smith
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May & Kolodjashnij playing well. 

Following the seniors by bombing it long into the forward line to nobody in particular  

Lewis in the coaches box

Lever, Neal-Bullen & vandenBurg in the crowd

 

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15 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

New recruit Kyle Dunkley is having a quiet debut  - four possessions.

Yeah he is. Give him the year in Casey and see what he can do 

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2 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Preuss misses from 30 after his second possession for the match

Get him in.

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29 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

New recruit Kyle Dunkley is having a quiet debut  - four possessions.

Needs to adapt to the scientifically, complex Melbourne game plan systems.

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Casey’s second half woes continue. They have yet to kick a goal late in the third.

3.8.26 to 9.7.61

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18 minutes ago, Big_Dee said:

Yeah he is. Give him the year in Casey and see what he can do 

Isn’t the whole point of mid season draft to find ready made players who can fill a specific need?  What’s the point of the draft if the player just continues playing in the same league as he was previously? 

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1 minute ago, olisik said:

 What’s the point of the draft if the player just continues playing in the same league as he was previously? 

As I understand it the Midseason draft needs a lot of refinement. Teams have to be careful who they draft because of caps,  contracts and relocation fees make it an unattractive prospect. It may be why so many clubs passed.

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Three Quarter Time: Werribee 9.8.62 lead Casey 4.8.32

Goals Bedford Kolodjashnij Lefau Quigley

Disposals Wagner 20, May 18, Munro 15, White 13

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