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A three day practice game should sort out the fitness levels anyway. 

I'm pretty certain that Saty (I assume that's who you are referring to), doesn't drive a car, but apart from that, given the amount of flack he cops from others on this site, I can't say I'd blame him

No further details have been announced but it appears as though Richmond are our practice match opponent for the weekend of 25 Feb - 28 February, 2021.


  • Whispering_Jack changed the title to Richmond v Melbourne: Practice Match - Weekend 1 (February 25-28)
  • Demonland changed the title to Practice Match vs Richmond (Feb 25-28)

27 minutes ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

The stream last year against Nth Melbourne was great- hopefully they can arrange it again.

 

And they also did a pretty good stream the year before against Collingwood at Olympic Park.

Fingers crossed we can get another.

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17 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

And they also did a pretty good stream the year before against Collingwood at Olympic Park.

Fingers crossed we can get another.

We will get a live stream for sure.  Whether that be via the Demon or Tigers website or both.

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5 minutes ago, Dr.D said:

so we can't go?

There were plenty at the womens game yesterday.

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5 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Good to start amongst the best

lol, you always say stuff like that, as if we actually learn something from being mauled by a premiership contender. 😁

As always, it's the young kids I'm most interested in. Also to see who is played on the left wing opposite Langdon and whether any of our new coaches has made a difference to our inside 50's.

 

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21 minutes ago, faultydet said:

lol, you always say stuff like that, as if we actually learn something from being mauled by a premiership contender. 😁

As always, it's the young kids I'm most interested in. Also to see who is played on the left wing opposite Langdon and whether any of our new coaches has made a difference to our inside 50's.

 

Best way to find out anything is to play good teams. We need to plan to beat them, not just be “competitive”

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58 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Best way to find out anything is to play good teams. We need to plan to beat them, not just be “competitive”

It's a practice game. The coaching staff will say the result is unimportant and that we needed to work on our set plays/game style/inside 50 "connections" etc.

I'd take a win any time, but mostly hope for zero injuries and a look at the kids.

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A three day practice game should sort out the fitness levels anyway. 

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5 hours ago, faultydet said:

It's a practice game. The coaching staff will say the result is unimportant and that we needed to work on our set plays/game style/inside 50 "connections" etc.

I'd take a win any time, but mostly hope for zero injuries and a look at the kids.

I hear you, but our list has to learn how to beat opponents, not just turn up and put in a good performance,  our kids will only get better once they know what pressure is

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My well placed Tigers source said there will be a 6 quarter scratch match vs the Tigers this Thursday at Casey.

 

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41 minutes ago, spalding said:

My well placed Tigers source said there will be a 6 quarter scratch match vs the Tigers this Thursday at Casey.

 

Thanks for the intel!

If you find out the time of the match can you please share it so the plebs can watch behind the fence?

 

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4 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Thanks for the intel!

If you find out the time of the match can you please share it so the plebs can watch behind the fence?

 

If this is right can u find out starting time and I may get down and file a report

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58 minutes ago, picket fence said:

If this is right can u find out starting time and I may get down and file a report

Thanks mate.

Spalding suggested that the game at Casey may be on this Thursday so he's the man to speak to.

 

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Sorry for the bum stead.

when I questioned my mate about an exact time, he says it was “delayed” - whatever that means (maybe it still is the 25th).

apologies again - I hope no-one had already made plans.

 

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we don't even know how many players will be used. a bit hard to predict a line up. also, who really cares. There's a few guys with niggles etc. which means they may or may not play. All I care about is the new draftees, no-one else. 

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B: LOCKHART, J.SMITH, JETTA

HB: BOWEY, PETTY, RIVERS

C : ROSMAN, JORDON, BAKER

HF: LAURIE, MCDONALD, NEAL-BULLEN

F: PICKETT, WEIDEMAN, SPARGO

FOLL: JACKSON, SPARROW, JONES

IC: HUNT, HARMES, FARMER,  D.SMITH, BEDFORD, BRADTKE, CHANDLER, NEITCHSKE 

 

It's a pretty alternative team but I think they will play most of their reserves players in this one and play a much stronger side against the Bulldogs.

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If it is a six quarter match surely there will be a large number of players involved. In fact you would think the majority of the list would get a couple of quarters each. 

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