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TRAINING: Monday 18th November 2019

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I think it's time trial day so I didn't go down, but will be interested in some results. Gold Coast used a few professional pace makers at strategic intervals to help their players beat PB's, I wonder if that's something we'd do.

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Impressive stuff from Toby Bedford and Jonesy running 2nd and 3rd in the time trial. The old and the new pushing for ANB's high half forward role but naturally he's still leading the way.

Hopefully plenty of PBs

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If it isn't the old pirate demonland reporter in the background of the second shot as well. 

 

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4 minutes ago, DeeSpencer said:

Impressive stuff from Toby Bedford and Jonesy running 2nd and 3rd in the time trial. The old and the new pushing for ANB's high half forward role but naturally he's still leading the way.

Hopefully plenty of PBs

Kinda blurry but pretty sure that's TMac in the background coming 4th. That guy is a running machine, coming off a knee injury

 
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Any sighting of Aaron van den Berg?

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What a strong athlete Jones is, physically and mentally. that is a great effort and sign that he is up and about, great work by young Bedford as well. 

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What a strong athlete Jones is, physically and mentally. that is a great effort and sign that he is up and about, great work by young Bedford as well. 

I honestly think Jones finishing 3rd is a bit of an indictment on the rest of our young midfield group coming through. Tremendous effort by him though...

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2 minutes ago, At the break of Gawn said:

I honestly think Jones finishing 3rd is a bit of an indictment on the rest of our young midfield group coming through. Tremendous effort by him though...

Yeah it can probably be broken down in 2 ways.. the negative of where are the young blokes or the positive of a proud ex captain who will lead with or without a title. I have been critical of Jones leadership in the past, but you can only comment whats in front of you and its a great effort.

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Absolutely rapt we look to have Joel Smith AVB and Tom Mac ready for a preseason. With Harley coming, I cant stop thinking of best 22 combinations. I need help.

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13 minutes ago, ArtificialWisdom said:

Kinda blurry but pretty sure that's TMac in the background coming 4th. That guy is a running machine, coming off a knee injury

 

I think TMac came fifth... it's hard to see but there's someone just behind Jones with their elbow sticking out. My guess would be Langdon.

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Jesus thats quite impressive from Bedford.

Good see Vandenberg running along side the boys in the photo there.

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Stayed up untill the time trial.   Weideman, Petty, Bradtke and Josh Wagner only ones in rehab group.

AVB and KK in full participation. Tomlinson was there only as a spectator. Presume it;s due to the fact he played in the GF, longer break etc.  Unfortunately Charlie Spargo on crutches and in a moon boot.

Not sure that Jetta and Viney participated in the time trial. Could not sight either Baker or  Hannan.

Easily the biggest group I've seen for some time in the main group. Encouraging. 

 

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2 minutes ago, martin said:

Stayed up untill the time trial.   Weideman, Petty, Bradtke and Josh Wagner only ones in rehab group.

AVB and KK in full participation. Tomlinson was there only as a spectator. Presume it;s due to the fact he played in the GF, longer break etc.  Unfortunately Charlie Spargo on crutches and in a moon boot.

Not sure that Jetta and Viney participated in the time trial. Could not sight either Baker or  Hannan.

Easily the biggest group I've seen for some time in the main group. Encouraging. 

 

Ed Langdon?

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9 minutes ago, Damo said:

Absolutely rapt we look to have Joel Smith AVB and Tom Mac ready for a preseason. With Harley coming, I cant stop thinking of best 22 combinations. I need help.

Reckon Werridee would be only too happy to help.

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There was some video put up on twitter of AVB doing some leading and marking types drills. Seemed to be moving freely. 

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