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Casey Demons v Box Hill Hawks - Round 13

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The Box Hill Hawks monstered the undermanned and underdone Casey Demons in their opening round clash. The return game is vital to Casey's 2019 campaign and they are still smarting from injury issues with Declan Keilty and Kade Kolodjashnij likely outs.

CASEY DEMONS v BOX HILL HAWKS
Saturday 29 June, 2.00pm
Casey Fields, Cranbourne East 

CASEY DEMONS  

B 34. M. Hore, 28. O. McDonald, 42. J. Wagner
HB 14. M. Hibberd, 35. H. Petty, 60. J. Hutchins
C 23. J. Jordon, 6. J.  Lewis, 24. J.  Kennedy-Harris
HF 61. K. Dunkley, 79. M. Lefau, 9. C. Spargo
F 46. A. Bradtke, 48. M. White, 30. A. Neal-Bullen
FOLL 21. B. Preuss, 20. C. Maynard, 40. C. Wagner
I/C (from) 12. T. Bedford, 54. J. Briggs, 56. W. Collis, 67. T. Freeman, 52. M. Gent, 72. J. Griffiths, 47. J. Munro, 57. A. Quigley, 49. C. Stockdale, 53. L. Tynan, 68. A. Vella, 65. L. Wale-Buxton
23P 77. A. Lual

In M. Gent, A. Lual, O. McDonald, J. Wagner, L. Wale-Buxton

Out H. Briggs,  K. Chandler,  D. Keilty,  K. Kolodjashnij, J. Lewis

BOX HILL HAWKS

B 14. G. Birchall, 30. K. Brand, 32. D. Mirra
HB 44. D. Greaves, 50. D. Mascitti, 42. T. Miles
C 45. W.  Golds, 46. J.  Cousins, 54. L.  Meadows
HF 38. D. Minchington, 8. M. Lewis, 1. H. Morrison
F 37. J. Ross, 34. J. Koschitzke, 33. M. Walker
FOLL 43. N. Reeves, 52. A. Moore, 40. H. Jones
I/C (from) 51. V. Adduci, 75. C. Byrne, 66. M. DeWit, 59. B. Evans, 61. B. Kilpatrick, 
53. L. Mackie, 55. T. Maloney, 56. N. Mullenger-Mchugh
23P 79. D. Reinbold

In K. Brand, C. Byrne, M. DeWit, B. Evans, J. Koschitzke, L. Mackie, T. Maloney, H. Morrison,  N. Mullenger-Mchugh,  M. Walker

Out O. Hanrahan D. Howe, C. Jiath, C. Nash, M. Pittonet, R. Schoenmakers 

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The 23rd player is Casey’s new signing Ariek Lual from Noble Park who replaces the injured Corey Machaya on the club’s list.

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What’s the media coverage for today’s game? 

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Hawks have 8 on their injured/suspension list against our 13. Hard to see the Hawks emergency making it down to Casey as the game statrts only 15 minutes after the Hawk's main game. Of course we have the travelling emergency(s) issue as well.

Hard to see a win but hopefully a better game than the Coburg scrum.

Casey surface is generally quite good but it's drainage is not to the same level as the MCG so it could be soft.

I'll give it a miss today due to the rain possibility but looking forward to reports from those attending.

It will be on Casey radio as usual. No TV that I know of.

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Casey looking pretty light on. Especially down back. Will be tough to win this one

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Actually will try to see Mascitti for the hawks.  I thought he was a later draft pick or rookie pick. Impressed in some games for Port Melbourne and I think he is one to watch again this year. Strong and skilled utility.  Plays like our  Vandenburg.  

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Wet and a bit wooly in the Cranbourne area today and a little reminiscent of the day late last season at City Oval Box Hill when the Hawks mauled the Demons.

Cold as ...

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23 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Actually will try to see Mascitti for the hawks.  I thought he was a later draft pick or rookie pick. Impressed in some games for Port Melbourne and I think he is one to watch again this year. Strong and skilled utility.  Plays like our  Vandenburg.  

 

Hes a good VFL player but he plays nothing like VandenBerg.  Much more of outside player with a nice kick on him and has been playing a lot of half back for the Hawks in a Birchall-like role.  Cant see us having any interest.  He's 27, been in about 9 drafts and Hawthorn could have taken him in the midseason draft and passed.

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Any idea if anyone is live streaming the game?

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I'm trying on Casey Radio but getting no audio. Other radio stations seem fine. Anyone having this issue? And I guess also, are they playing the Casey game?

It says on their website they're doing the Casey game ;)

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Casey radio not working here either. Please post scores, thanks!

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With Preuss dominating in the ruck, Casey have done all the attacking but finding goals hard to get as the game settles into a slog in the wet. C Wagner and JKH going well. 17 - 6.

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Birchall playing?

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19 minutes ago, Damo said:

Casey radio not working here either. Please post scores, thanks!

looks like it's down... hope all is good with our illustrious Casey radio truck and crew

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2 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

Toby Bedford goals and its 3.6.24 to 1.0.6

pity it's not 6.3 :)

 

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Just now, Whispering_Jack said:

That’s 11 shots at goal to 1 and the one against is a goal.

and you are surprised

Coburg kicked 5 or 6 straight last week.. the gameplan does make it tough going and they play the same at Casey

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