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After their horror start to the season, the Casey Demons find themselves on a three game winning streak and on the cusp of climbing into the top eight. This week they are up against another rival for a finals berth so needless to say, they can’t let up. With a few Melbourne listed players likely to return from injury, expect a strong team to take the field on Saturday - 

CASEY DEMONS v NORTHERN BLUES
Saturday 6 July, 2.00pm
Casey Fields, Cranbourne East 

CASEY DEMONS  

B 4. N. Jetta17. O. McDonald, 10. C. Stockdale
HB 26. M. Hibberd, 11. J. Lever, 16. J. Wagner
C 18. O.  Baker, 27. J.  Lewis, 1. J.  Kennedy-Harris
HF 28. K. Dunkley, 22. D. Keilty, 13. C. Wagner
F 20. J. Hutchins, 23. M. Lefau, 9. C. Spargo
FOLL 21. B. Preuss, 19. J. Hunt, 7. C. Maynard
I/C (from) 2. T. Bedford, 25. A. Bradtke, 3. K. Chandler, 5. W. Collis, 14. T. Freeman, 8. J. Jordon, 12. J. Munro, 30. A. Quigley, 15. A. Vella, 24. L. Wale-Buxton
23P 6. A. Lual

IN O. Baker, K. Chandler, N. Jetta, D. Keilty, J. Lever

OUT M. Gent, C. Wagner, M. White, B. Preuss

NORTHERN BLUES 

B 51. A. Johnson, 45. H. Goddard, 26. H. Macreadie
HB 46. M. Cottrell, 37. B. Silvagni, 19. A. Schumacher
C 21. J.  Garlett, 2. P.  Dow, 24. N.  Newman
HF 47. J. Deluca, 32. A. Fasolo, 16. D. Lang
F 53. J. Palmer, 36. P. Kerr, 29. C. Polson
FOLL 34. A. Phillips, 69. S. Fisher, 7. M. Kennedy
I/C 77. M. Blakey, 12. T. De Koning, 60. J. Hill, 80. K. Keppel, 42. K. LeBois, 27. M. Lobbe,
38. F. O’Dwyer, 55. J. O’Rourke, 44. M. Owies, 57. E. Penrith, 52. M. Stavrou, 54. J. Velissaris
23P: 73. O. White

IN M. Cottrell, P. Dow, M. Kennedy, K. Keppel, N. Newman,  E. Penrith, C. Polson, M. Stavrou, O. White

OUT S. Brazier

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Confirming that a number of players coming back from injury including Jake Lever, Neville Jetta, Kade Chandler and Declan Keilty are to line up with the Casey Demons on Saturday.

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I really feel for JKH - the senior inquiry list is horrendous, the forward pressure is zero AND he has been playing his heart out and playing well for Casey.  Is Goodwin blind or deluded?

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12 hours ago, monoccular said:

I really feel for JKH - the senior inquiry list is horrendous, the forward pressure is zero AND he has been playing his heart out and playing well for Casey.  Is Goodwin blind or deluded?

Funnily it almost makes more sense that way.

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12 hours ago, monoccular said:

I really feel for JKH - the senior inquiry list is horrendous, the forward pressure is zero AND he has been playing his heart out and playing well for Casey.  Is Goodwin blind or deluded?

The problem for JKH, and Stretch for that matter, is that they fall somewhere between AFL and VFL standard.

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2 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

We could have Lever, Jetta, Lewis, OMac and J Wagner in the backline for Casey!

who would have thought we had such depth.... the senior team must be flying

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Does anyone know if this game is streamed somewhere?  If not, I may venture out to Casey. At least I’ll get to see Jetta ad Lever and hope for next year.

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Cant see stretch ever making it but wish he would,gets the ball ok but to slow thinking what do with it.JKH deserves a go can see him being rookie listed and do what jetta did ,come back and be a star.I think it is all about maturity confidence with him

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Preuss and Corey Wagner did the Captain's run this morning at Gosch's

No sign of Gawn? But could be testing away from prying eyes

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19 hours ago, chook fowler said:

We could have Lever, Jetta, Lewis, OMac and J Wagner in the backline for Casey!

Lewis is in AFL side

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Think I will head down and get completely flummoxed at the sight of Jetta and Lever in the backline.

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Preuss playing or not will be a clear indicator of Max's status.  IMO I can't see why we'd risk Max, this is what we recruited Preuss for.  Or at least play both of them so the load on Max is reduced.  Mysterious business ...

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17 minutes ago, Fifty-5 said:

Preuss playing or not will be a clear indicator of Max's status.  IMO I can't see why we'd risk Max, this is what we recruited Preuss for.  Or at least play both of them so the load on Max is reduced.  Mysterious business ...

At the very least Preuss has to be a carry-over emergency doesn't he? Surely you wouldn't give a player until the last minute to prove his fitness without some form of last minute security?

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JKH gets the opening goal (no surprise either). 

Casey Demons 1.1.7 to Northern Blues 0.0.0.

Only one Wagner playing. Josh, I think - so that means Corey Wagner joins Preuss as a hold over emergency.

And look who’s back!

 

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The usual opening. Casey dominate for the first 10 minutes. Kick 1.2.8 and then the opposition go forward for a goal. This one kicked by Garlett - theirs not ours.

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Do we have a ruckman without Preuss?

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2 hours ago, monoccular said:

Do we have a ruckman without Preuss?

Liam Wale-Buxton is a competent VFL ruckman. Backed up by Declan Keilty and young rookie Austin Bradtke.

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And another to the Blues. Casey have dominated possession and inside 50 count but find themselves 2 points down.

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