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The Demons v Magpies QB rivalry continues in the VFL as well as the AFL.

CASEY DEMONS  v COLLINGWOOD VFL 
Sunday June 9, 2.00pm
Casey Fields, Cranbourne East
 
CASEY DEMONS 

B 4. C. Stockdale, 24. H. Petty, 26. J. Wagner
HB 27. M. Hibberd,23. J. Hutchins, 9. J. Lewis
C 1. J.  Kennedy-Harris, 13. C.  Wagner, 16. K.  Kolodjashnij
HF 8. K. Chandler, 22. D. Keilty, 29. J. Garlett
F 11. J. Lockhart, 26. S. Weideman, 3. C. Spargo
FOLL 17. B. Preuss, 7. A. Neal-Bullen, 28. B. Stretch
I/C (from) 2. T. Bedford, 25. A. Bradtke, 5. W. Collis, 15. K. Dunkley, 20. T. Freeman, 19. M. Gent, 14. J. Jordon, 31. M. Lefau, 10. J. Munro, 18. A. Quigley, 32. A. Vella, 21. M. White
23P 12. H. Briggs

 IN  A. Bradtke, J. Garlett, M. Hibberd, J. Kennedy-Harris, J. Lewis, J. Lockhart, A. Neal-Bullen, H. Petty, C. Spargo, B. Stretch, J. Wagner, S. Weideman, 

Out: J. Briggs,  N. Lowden, S. May,  L. Wale-Buxton

COLLINGWOOD VFL

 B 64. C. Lane, 44. J. Madgen, 12. M. Scharenberg
HB 6. T. Goldsack, 59. S. Glover, 51. L. Tardrew
C 34. T.  Brown, 53. J.  Hellier, 73. A.  Oxley
HF 29. T. Broomhead, 43. A. Tohill, 63. C. Wellings
F 40. A. Bosenavulagi, 58. T. Cameron, 54. A. Gallucci
FOLL 45. M. Lynch, 56. C. Hustwaite, 50. A. Woodward
I/C (from) 14. J. Aish, 46. M. Cox, 39. B. Crocker, 26. J. Daicos, 61. S. Hetherington, 35. I. Quaynor, 20. B. Reid, 36. B. Sier, 67. M. Smith, 18. T. Varcoe
EMG 60. M. Marotta
23P 75. P. Marks

IN J. Aish, T. Cameron, M. Cox, J. Hellier, S. Hetherington,  M. Marotta, A. Oxley, B. Reid, M. Smith, A. Tohill, T. Varcoe

OUT M. Keane, L. Howe, R. Wills, A. Zimmerman 

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I know that at least five of those named will not be playing on Sunday but the skipper named on the bench?

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Weid not named on the Melbourne website. Oversight? Also so good to see so many players back. 14-15 will play! 

 

Also where is Oscar McDonald? 

Maynard didn’t get up. 

Its starting to look like a fitter list again. A little too late, but nice to see. 

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1 hour ago, Dee-licious said:

Weid not named on the Melbourne website. Oversight? Also so good to see so many players back. 14-15 will play! 

 

Also where is Oscar McDonald? 

Maynard didn’t get up. 

Its starting to look like a fitter list again. A little too late, but nice to see. 

Weid on bench.  

Good to see Bradtke get a game.

Omac not sighted.  Like Darwin.

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What's with the funky numbers there? JKH #1?

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I just don't understand why they don't play this game at Olympic park on Monday. 

Start it at say 11:30am (yes I know that's early) and the game finishes at 2pm. Plenty of time for people to watch the vfl game and get to their seats at the g for the pre game palaver.

You would get a huge crowd for it and the atmosphere would be fantastic. A footy festival. 

 

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7 hours ago, binman said:

I just don't understand why they don't play this game at Olympic park on Monday. 

Start it at say 11:30am (yes I know that's early) and the game finishes at 2pm. Plenty of time for people to watch the vfl game and get to their seats at the g for the pre game palaver.

You would get a huge crowd for it and the atmosphere would be fantastic. A footy festival. 

 

No gate receipts for Casey?

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11 hours ago, binman said:

I just don't understand why they don't play this game at Olympic park on Monday. 

Start it at say 11:30am (yes I know that's early) and the game finishes at 2pm. Plenty of time for people to watch the vfl game and get to their seats at the g for the pre game palaver.

You would get a huge crowd for it and the atmosphere would be fantastic. A footy festival. 

 

Well push for our home base at Gosch's Paddock...  and develop that site.   Easy access by train for Mfc supporters, and Casey region supporters.

...  and can get to the  'G'  in a leisurely 15-Min walk.

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1 hour ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Omcd rested?  Desperately needs the show something at Casey.  I’m still in the potential delistee camp !! 

He is still contracted until the end 2020. I don't think we will pay him out. 

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Looking forward to sitting on the Berwick Hill tomorrow and enjoying a bacon and egg roll (provided they are not sold out pre game like last time!!).

Is Bradtke really playing ??

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4 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Omcd rested?  Desperately needs the show something at Casey.  I’m still in the potential delistee camp !! 

Well not dissimilar to Spargo who was dropped, didnt play at Casey then found himself back in the ones !!

Expect Oscar to play ones next week!! Nothing surer!!😎

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Omac wont play VFL as they have fiven Lever right until the last minute. Oscar is the carry over emergency and wont play VFL

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2 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Omac wont play VFL as they have fiven Lever right until the last minute. Oscar is the carry over emergency and wont play VFL

Did you check for him in the Casey reserves side ?

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2 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Omac wont play VFL as they have fiven Lever right until the last minute. Oscar is the carry over emergency and wont play VFL

Curious, why wouldn’t they list OMac as one of the four emergencies for Monday if that’s the case?

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Posted (edited)

Hi

can someone explain what's happening with the Casey numbers?

Are the numbers listed in the OP those that will be worn tomorrow?

Many thanks

Edited by Diamond_Jim

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15 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Curious, why wouldn’t they list OMac as one of the four emergencies for Monday if that’s the case?

Well that definitely changed over night. Very interesting indeed

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33 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Curious, why wouldn’t they list OMac as one of the four emergencies for Monday if that’s the case?

16 Dees listed players in vfl this week. Better signs.  Unsure why Omcd not listed to play.  

Missing- Melksham. Jetta. Vdberg. Jsmith. Maynard (sparrow. Neitschke, Walker) 

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10 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Omcd rested?  Desperately needs the show something at Casey.  I’m still in the potential delistee camp !! 

What, like last time he played at Casey:

"Defender Oscar McDonald did his chances of a recall to the senior side no harm with a strong showing for the Demons in their one-point loss to Richmond at Casey Fields. McDonald picked up a team-high 22 disposals ..."

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13 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

16 Dees listed players in vfl this week. Better signs.  Unsure why Omcd not listed to play.  

 

13 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Well that definitely changed over night. Very interesting indeed

Rest? Mystery injury?

A bit unusual we didn’t get a report on the MFC website about Friday’s training session. I believe they trained at Casey, probably a closed session. 

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The telecast starts on Ch7 in 20 minutes.

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Posted (edited)

Crowd wise like a Collingwood home game

Very uncomfortable on the Berwick hill where there is generally only around twenty people

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Narrow win to the Pies in the women’s game.

Men’s game starts in 5 minutes.

The Casey line up

CASEY DEMONS  

B C. Stockdale, H. Petty, K.  Kolodjashnij
HB T. Fre eman, J. Hutchins, J. Jordon, 
C J.  Kennedy-Harris, J. Lewis, C.  Wagner
HF K. Chandler, D. Keilty, K. Dunkley
F J. Lockhart, M. Lefau, M. White
FOLL B. Preuss, A. Neal-Bullen, J. Munro
I/C T. Bedford, H. Briggs , A. Bradtke, W. Collis, A. Vella

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