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CASEY: Rd 10 vs Collingwood VFL

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MFC Listed Players (that I can think of)

Lockhart -  Had a great game. With a little more composure his kicking skills will take him further. Should be at the front of the queue as a depth player. Scope to take his game further.

Bradtke - Wasn't expecting much impact but I thought he was incredibly clean with the footy for a big guy. Shot off some nice hand passes and kicking was good for a ruckman. There's no need to judge him on his ruck work (IMO) until he puts on some serious kgs.

Lewis - Had a very good game but I suspect his on field coaching was the most value.

ANB - Did some nice things but looks comfortable at this level

Chandler - Has a crack. Goodwin would love what he brings. Coming along quite well. Not a bad kick. Is he quick enough for a small forward?

Bedford - Finding his feet still and had a great goal assist bursting out of the centre in the last quarter. Applied good pressure but will need another year or more to have more impact/consistency. Hard at it.

Petty - Reliable in defence. Not too many errors. Lack of speed is a concern but not much got past him.

Preuss - Would be happy with his game but he reminds me a little of Gawn in his early years in that he hasn't worked out how to maximise his height and size advantage. Was competitive but has no tank whatsoever.

Jordon - Didn't notice him that much. He had a little stint on ball and found a bit of it. Reserving judgement on the young fella. You can see he can kick in spite of a few turnovers.

KK - Made a few errors (rusty)  but is obviously the go to man for delivering the footy. Found a bit of it in a very outside way. IMO, might need another game or two to pick up the pace and get a bit more contested.

Kielty - Smooth mover for a big guy. I'd love to see where his game went if he could impact the game more (more possessions and involvement).

Wagner - Another solid game. Looks like this is his level.

 

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Dunkley - Composed, good user, goal kicker. Ahead of most of our depth. Sign him up.

JKH - Works incredibly hard, no doubt still rusty and can probably work space better at AFL level. Had a good game but this looks like his gig to me. OK for depth.

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Watched the whole game and it was like watchin the Casey of old last year when they were up and about.

The stand outs for me were:

Lockhart: Genuinely all round classy game from Lockhart. Attacked the contest with such speed and power and used the footy well. 24 disposals 7 tackles and kicked 1.1.. On current form you would want him playing instead of Spargo. I am intrigued what a full AFL pre season could do for someone like Jay.

Lewis: Exactly what you expect from Lewis. Was clean and just marshalled the midfield around the contest with his leadership and experience. Really liked his game.

Preuss: Dominated around the ruck and around the ground. I felt at times he missed timed his leap. But that got better as the game wore on. He was a genuine brute today and honestly after watching that performance i would bring him in next week. Not only does he draw defenders and crash packs but also follows up with his 2nd efforts and pressure. Loved big Preussy today. 19 disposal 6 tackles 6 marks 41 hitouts and kicked 1.3

Dunkley: I honestly forgot that he was on our list until they mentioned his name pre game lol. But bloody hell he was very impressive! Plays a lot like his brother Josh when he is in the midfield and cracks in hard. Campbell Brown summed it it up well when he said he just gets in the right spots in the right time. Used the ball well and has a touch of class about him. Each quarter he would start up forward then rotate into the midfield for a 5 to 8 minute burst. Play another game like that and he'll be seeing AFL action very soon. 21 disposals 5 tackles 6 clearences and kicked 3 goals

KK:  Really loved his game today and really showed out with his composure and class. At one stage he courageously ran into on coming traffic and took a great intercept mark in the middle. The big thing that stood out to me was his workrate. He used his big engine to good use and at one stage he had it out on the back  pocket and kicked 40m up the field to a contest and by the time it got there, KK had already pushed himself to help out a teammate and get a handball receive.That would have really excited Goodwin. 

Wagner: He ia a genuine star at VFL level and today was such a complete performance. Used his speed around the contest and rarely wasted the footy. Going on todays form i just wish he could translate that into AFL level.

Special mentions to JKH, Petty and Chandler who all played really well also.

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Bradtke was a big lump of a kid.  First game at this level, and not disgraced.  Really good by hand and foot.  Needs a lot of development needed, but I think worth the effort.  Gonna be a monster when he grows into that frame!

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2 hours ago, TRIGON said:

Very impressed with Lockhart’s game. Really developing well. Like that he can play small forward and small back - could fill the void that’s created when Nev eventually retires.

Lockhart was playing like an AFL player today.  He was better than his opponents and he knew it.  Was confident and assured throughout.

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4 hours ago, KC from Casey said:

Jay Lockhart has been impressive this quarter.

 

 

Meanwhile Spargo gets a gig in front of this guy PFFFTT!

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20 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Meanwhile Spargo gets a gig in front of this guy PFFFTT!

Spargo struggles to get a kick at casey

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2 minutes ago, Elegt said:

Spargo struggles to get a kick at casey

Well, clearly the football department see something in him that you armchair experts don’t. Or maybe I’m wrong and you and picket fence should coach the team?

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3 minutes ago, bobby1554 said:

Well, clearly the football department see something in him that you armchair experts don’t. Or maybe I’m wrong and you and picket fence should coach the team?

He's being gifted games at the moment 

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4 minutes ago, bobby1554 said:

Well, clearly the football department see something in him that you armchair experts don’t. Or maybe I’m wrong and you and picket fence should coach the team?

I like the way u think!! PF Coach😎😍 But only if Uncle Bitters and Daxzzle man and Chook in Perth and one or two others would join me!

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8 minutes ago, Elegt said:

He's being gifted games at the moment 

You see, that’s where I am a little confused. Are you suggesting, in this era of the game being a multi million dollar industry and on the back of that, one of extreme professionalism, that we have a situation where team selection is being compromised somehow??? Because if it is we have a serious issue don’t we? Again, I say that the footy people see something in this young man that most on this site clearly do not

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42 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Meanwhile Spargo gets a gig in front of this guy PFFFTT!

Surely next the next round will be a different story. 

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They're different types. I think Spargo needs a good long run in the guts at Casey. Build the engine, dominate games. Then he can come into the guts in the firsts when a spot opens. He's being played out of position at AFL level at the moment, and I don't think it's helping his development. Or Lockhart's for that matter. Lockhart can play that forward role, and needs to be at AFL level to bring him on.

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3 hours ago, old dee said:

 But any time you beat any pies team is a good day and when you win by ten goals it is a very good day.

Indeed!  Now, let's repeat the dose tomorrow arvo at the 'G, where it really matters!

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Of the Casey boys, really liked the look of Munro.  Seems to be a real goer.  (His dog seems to like him, too...!  LOL)

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On 6/6/2019 at 7:22 AM, KC from Casey said:

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 . 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, J. Kennedy-Harris, J. Lewis, J. Lockhart, A. Neal-Bullen, H. Petty, , B. Stretch, J. Wagner,  

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 

Yes. Seen Munro a number of times at Casey and always looked a class act. Also a great, accurate, long  kick. Worth a punt l reckon....

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Really liked the look of Chandler today.

Kids hard at it, has some pace and has solid foot skills.

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What was KKs disposal efficiency today? He had a lot of it and I thought he butchered 70 per cent of his possessions. He did much the same in his early games this year in the AFL side. I hope he can improve in this area, otherwise I think he is going to play out the season at Casey 

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6 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

What was KKs disposal efficiency today? He had a lot of it and I thought he butchered 70 per cent of his possessions. He did much the same in his early games this year in the AFL side. I hope he can improve in this area, otherwise I think he is going to play out the season at Casey 

He coughed up alot 

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Just now, Elegt said:

He coughed up alot 

No he didn't 

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11 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

What was KKs disposal efficiency today? He had a lot of it and I thought he butchered 70 per cent of his possessions. He did much the same in his early games this year in the AFL side. I hope he can improve in this area, otherwise I think he is going to play out the season at Casey 

Seemed to do really well early, and poorer later.  His little dinky stuff didn’t work, but he got the ball and distributed it well otherwise.

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Liked what I saw from Wagner, Lockhart and KK especially today - all looked a step above the rest. Petty took some pretty awesome intercept marks I thought and played a solid game. Lefau for Casey also intrigued me, looks like he has good footy nous and natural talent, one to keep an eye on maybe.

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1 hour ago, Vagg said:

Of the Casey boys, really liked the look of Munro.  Seems to be a real goer.  (His dog seems to like him, too...!  LOL)

 

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