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6 minutes ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

Thanks for the updates.
How's Brayshaw and Petty looking?

 

 

Gus a lot more involved this quarter, accumulating some possessions and delivering forward. Hasn’t moved from the centre corridor. 

Petty going well, has taken a few intercept marks and read the play well. He’s on Schache and has only got away from Petty once this quarter. 

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Half time pretty one sided bulldogs 70 to dees 21 goals to Farmer Rosman and Daw Brayshaw getting plenty of the ball Kossie ok the goal kickers pretty quiet Petty has had his hands full with Schace Laurie and DeClease haven’t done much

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2 minutes ago, Gawndog98 said:

Is Laurie playing? saw mentioned he was warming up but haven't heard any mention of him in the game so far.

Laurie started half forward and to be honest he hasn’t been involved a lot. Declase I haven’t noticed much either, I think he’s playing on the wing.

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Just now, Gawndog98 said:

Is Laurie playing? saw mentioned he was warming up but haven't heard any mention of him in the game so far.

Yes he's out there,  to be honest i hadn't noticed him but he's pretty short so blends in a bit. 

Anyone know what number,  if they're playing,  Deakyn Smith and Declase are for those others that are here? Wouldn't know them if the bumped into me. 

 

Pickett got involved a bit that quarter,  took on Johannisen twice with mixed results but looked busy.

As mentioned by Dee Zephyr Petty took some very nice intercept marks down back against a decent opponent. 

Ugle-haden went for a huge speccy on the members wing and in the excitement the umpires missed the push in the back he did to make it happen

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Declase is #45. Big unit with orange/yellow boots.

Smith not sure, but they've been calling #40 "Deaks" so that could be him.

Brayshaw said on his podcast thing with Max during the week that he'll only be playing a half, so don't think we'll be seeing any more of him today

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Haven’t seen Daw this half so far and he’s not on the bench,  possibly rested along with Gus as I didn’t notice he was sore or anything like that. 

Score 85-21 and rain settling in.

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3 quarter time 98 to 28 54 kicked the goal that quarter Brantley very raw Pickett spending more time in the middle than usual Daw and Brayshaw have been rested for the second half

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98-28 at the final break. Not much else to report, Petty solid all day, Kozzie still buzzing around. If this was the game to choose between Declase or Daw I’d be going Daw for a list spot. 

Thanks for tuning in, I’m following Goody and Yze out the door. 

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Final change scores 14.14.98 to 4.4.28

Being completely outclassed here,  unsurprisingly.  

Daw and Gus just played a half.  Pickett on the bench to start the last may also be done for the day. 

Good to see the Wizard here to support his boy. 

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Well that’s it the bulldogs slaughted us 133 to 34 number 65 kicked the last goal disappointing day Pickett was rested in the last quarter Rosman played forward pocket would have preferred to see him on a wing like DeClasae was

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1 hour ago, WERRIDEE said:

Well that’s it the bulldogs slaughted us 133 to 34 number 65 kicked the last goal disappointing day Pickett was rested in the last quarter Rosman played forward pocket would have preferred to see him on a wing like DeClasae was

Yep whats the piont when I dare say the ball would not have gotdown there thst much??

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2 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

3 quarter time 98 to 28 54 kicked the goal that quarter Brantley very raw Pickett spending more time in the middle than usual Daw and Brayshaw have been rested for the second half

I ment Bradtke not Brantley 

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1 hour ago, spirit of norm smith said:

As expected.  Injuries and AFL listed players rested.  Dogs have a full list right now. Somehow teams seem to go through the preseason with minimal injuries but others like the Demons have key players out even before round 1 starts. 

Other teams don't have the burden of the Norm Smith curse ...... no offense.

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The Dogs were on top all day but we did not stop trying it was a game played in our defensive half

 

Declase  - played well given the Dogs were dominant, took at least 5 marks, has a long kick on him, only his first game so needs time to build confidence

Kozzie - gun, excellent fitness and tremendous work ethic, tough, fast and athletically gifted, he can definitely play midfield, side steps, twists, just a ripper 

Petty - great defensive game considering under the pump all day, plenty of intercept marks, will slot straight in if May and Lever need help, would prefer him play instead of Tomlinson

Laurie - worked hard, got caught holding the ball trying to do a side step but didn't let it demoralised him, would like to see him play wing in the same game as Baker to get a read on who has more impact 

Rosman - didn't have much impact but that could be because the ball was hardly ever kicked to him

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7 minutes ago, Reader said:

The Dogs were on top all day but we did not stop trying it was a game played in our defensive half

 

Declase  - played well given the Dogs were dominant, took at least 5 marks, has a long kick on him, only his first game so needs time to build confidence

Kozzie - gun, excellent fitness and tremendous work ethic, tough, fast and athletically gifted, he can definitely play midfield, side steps, twists, just a ripper 

Petty - great defensive game considering under the pump all day, plenty of intercept marks, will slot straight in if May and Lever need help, would prefer him play instead of Tomlinson

Laurie - worked hard, got caught holding the ball trying to do a side step but didn't let it demoralised him, would like to see him play wing in the same game as Baker to get a read on who has more impact 

Rosman - didn't have much impact but that could be because the ball was hardly ever kicked to him

Petty should play round 1, either back ahead of Tomlinson of forward instead of T mac.

Kozzie is a lock.

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1 minute ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

Petty should play round 1, either back ahead of Tomlinson of forward instead of T mac.

Kozzie is a lock.

If Petty and Kozzy get through full games next weekend then they're absolute locks for round 1 imo.

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