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Great win against that mob. The pressure that the young fellas in Spargo, Lockhart, Sparrow and fumbles Picket are bringing is great too see. Wow, our skills were great and it was so good seeing our composure and keeping possession in that last five minutes, just like good sides do. We are a tough outfit which seems a bit odd, I love it. Gotta keep this up is pretty obvious, but we are playing some nice footy. Clayton O is seriously going up another level. Go Dee’s

 

Oh yeah and didn’t the umps give us a good ride, un effing believable 😳

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Jace Lever, Bella McDonald + Mila Viney watching on. So adorable

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Was a standard vB game. Went hard at every contest, put his body on the line, had almost as many clangers and turnovers as he had disposals.

Find it bizarre that people rate his game today because he accidentally knocked out a player.

That is an amazing  assessment of his game tonight. Knocking out Mihocek had nothing to do with his game tonight, other than it was a typical, hard VDB attempt to get the ball.

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I'm going to need a covid test tomorrow for the sore throat symptoms.

That was ace. 

I'm going to watch the replay for kozzies kick out of mid air in the first that went 60+m, Melksham's kick out of the air in the 2nd for a goal. Langdon was an absolute ripper. But gees we did miss Max, didn't we?

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

That is an amazing  assessment of his game tonight. Knocking out Mihocek had nothing to do with his game tonight, other than it was a typical, hard VDB attempt to get the ball.

Ok, so you rate his game tonight for his 50% efficiency and 0 tackles then?

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2 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

Jace Lever, Bella McDonald + Mila Viney watching on. So adorable

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Jace: it’s ok Bella, your dad is very slow but he still can’t outrun you

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Langdon is a very very good player and is a great pickup. Kicked 2 goals as well one from a snap from 35 out and a set shot from 45 that went straight through . Nothing wrong with his kicking for goal.

Well done Dees this has been our best win for the year. Well done Goody you deserve a big mention you have the guy enjoying their fooball and are starting to believe again. 3 big wins in the last 3 game keep bringing it on Dees! .

 

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A 56 Point win over the Pies    I will take that any time,

 

now a nice Shiraz,   win tattslotto, and the missus doing the right thing   Will be a great night   Go Dees

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17 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

@picket fence @WERRIDEE  so how was Spargo's game?

C'mon I said he was good last week even better tonight. Quiet second half though. If he keeps on playing like he is he stays in the side and that is all you can ask.

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In the 8 you beauty, keep it going Dees Premiership bound. Preuss and Vanders were great.

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