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2 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

Apologies is ive missed this elsewhere 

Why  isnt this a Lions home final ?

It is.

Hoping this is a cracking game tonight. Like watching both teams.

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6 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

It is.

Hoping this is a cracking game tonight. Like watching both teams.

Best i put other glasses on.lol..my bad

Cracking game so far...go Lions

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Pretty big gap between the top 6 and the next 2 this year imv

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1 minute ago, Rusty Nails said:

Pretty big gap between the top 6 and the next 2 this year imv

I think the premiers will come from this side of the draw. WC the only threat on the other side of the draw

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Have Geelong started whinging for a home final yet?

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4 minutes ago, SaberFang said:

This is a cracking match now the umpires have [censored] off and stopped trying to ruin things.

just came back... missed a high tackle and then paid a throw

Cricket about to start... channel switching skills required

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1 minute ago, Diamond_Jim said:

just came back... missed a high tackle and then paid a throw

50% hit rate...nb!

Just now, Sir Why You Little said:

So The GC waste of space get rid of Jarryd Lyons and now want a Priority Pick..

How does that work??

Simple SW.  AFL / Gil Tse-Tung = fully invested - whatever it takes.

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4 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

So The GC waste of space get rid of Jarryd Lyons and now want a Priority Pick..

How does that work??

Rewarding them for their own incompetence. Getting ready of Lyons is one of the worst list management decisions in living memory. Maybe if they had a competent group of people working at the club, they wouldn't be the rabble they are now?

6 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

just came back... missed a high tackle and then paid a throw

Umpires are blind, missed an obvious high tackle on Christensen, paid a reversal for Grimes after he staged, didn't pay HTB against Astbury when he was fairly tackled. All 3 directly in front of Brisbane's goal and all 3 ignored by umpires.

Meanwhile, Richmond getting paid some very dubious free kicks that resulted in goals.

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21 men in yellow and black...says it all

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13 minutes ago, loges said:

Have Geelong started whinging for a home final yet?

Yes the head whinger (coach) was on the news saying just that.

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12 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

just came back... missed a high tackle and then paid a throw

Cricket about to start... channel switching skills required

Your on it DJ.... 5/206

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2 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Chemical Ali Propaganda 

Did Worsfold say something??

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1 minute ago, Wadda We Sing said:

Your on it DJ.... 5/206

overseas so I have to change between apps which unfortunately isn't a quick process.

And then of course we have qualifying in the Italian GP.

A big night

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1 minute ago, SaberFang said:

Hodge showing flashes of his best, quite a joy to watch outside of the Poo and Wee.

"Winding back the clock!"

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Obvious missed free kick #6 in Brisbane's forward 50. Blatant umpire bias in Richmond's favour.

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5 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

overseas so I have to change between apps which unfortunately isn't a quick process.

And then of course we have qualifying in the Italian GP.

A big night

Day? Where are you this year DJ?

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Pathetic bias from maggots

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Would kill for some quality smalls ... grrr.  

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Just now, Wadda We Sing said:

Day? Where are you this year DJ?

In Malaysia.. China time so very good  for having a sports bonanza

32 degrees and I can hear the waves slowly crashing on the Straits of Malacca. Time for the first G and T of the evening

At least I'm getting some use from my Kayo subscription

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