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On 6/10/2021 at 7:39 AM, drdrake said:

Bit like bullcreek leeming.  

 

Very strong club through the 90s and noughties with players coming through regularly. Changing demographics in the area have impacted them and Willeton.  Rich, Darling, Allen, Prior, Deluca, Foley and Schofield all recently either playing or drafted

17 hours ago, pineapple dee said:

Really, Pennant. What's more important, your son's education or updating Demonlanders on Taj's progress and form ??

The question answers itself 

Get on it !!!

I know my bad, I did watch Aquinas vs Wesley the other week but Taj was playing WAFL, Logan McDonald’s brother Connor and Bevan Warner’s brother Corey both playing well with Corey the absolute stand out on the ground. Riley Sprigg Wesley’s ruckman could be worth a look for a club 

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Yes and will be nominating for father son as well.

Bs and Cs in English, Cs in maths, Ds in drama, As in P.E. & metalwork. 

Expanding on @daisycutter  Taj: He can be nominated wherever and we get a 20% discount on the 'points' he costs. So if he goes pick 17 it is about 1000 points, with a 20% discount it is 800 point

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1 hour ago, JJJ said:

I should’ve added, my mate doesn’t expect any teams to bid on Taj at this stage.

I just thought I’d mention that we like some of his intangibles and think he’s a great kid. 🤞🏽 he can get on our list for nothing and turn out like his old man.

People I have spoken to reckon he will develop really well based on his desire and attitude. He’s not blessed with size, blistering pace or freakish ability but he won’t be the first or last player who develops through sheer hard work 

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22 hours ago, Pennant St Dee said:

People I have spoken to reckon he will develop really well based on his desire and attitude. He’s not blessed with size, blistering pace or freakish ability but he won’t be the first or last player who develops through sheer hard work 

But it’s a tough road and many falter. 

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On 6/11/2021 at 9:51 AM, Pennant St Dee said:

People I have spoken to reckon he will develop really well based on his desire and attitude. He’s not blessed with size, blistering pace or freakish ability but he won’t be the first or last player who develops through sheer hard work 

Apple hasn't fallen far from the tree.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

Apple hasn't fallen far from the tree.

 

 

Sounds like a late father/son pick if we want him.

( Meaning he won’t cost us a  lot in terms of draft pick. )

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On 6/10/2021 at 2:48 PM, JJJ said:

My understanding from chatting with a part time scout for another club is that he’s rated enough to be picked up later in the draft by us as we love his attitude, professionalism, competitiveness and hardness.

His overall play/skill set is a bit vanilla and seen by other clubs as a limiting step in his potential. Seen as a HBF type. 

Sounds similar to his old man…. And blokes like Hibberd who had to ply his trade in the VFL as he was seen as not having the required skills and athletic profile to succeed.

how does he go as a small forward type? given bedford and chandler are 50:50 for the list next year and melkys nearly at the end

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58 minutes ago, Turner said:

how does he go as a small forward type? given bedford and chandler are 50:50 for the list next year and melkys nearly at the end

Surely we'd be mad to cut either Chandler or Bedford at this point - both now showing they are too good for VFL level (when its on).  An injury to Spargo, Kozzie or ANB and they would be holding a spot in the top team in the league.

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