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4 minutes ago, JTR said:

Thanks for that. Fingers crossed May is ok. Hawkins has form with 'accidental' elbows, so I'd definitely be on reckless side of fence 

 

Accidental elbows.

How convenient.

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1 minute ago, Jaded said:

Slow mo looks like his forearm smacked his face in the tackle as he was trying to get rid of the ball. Maybe accidental, but gees Hawkins has form. 
May looked horrible going off. Hopefully it’s not a break. 

 

1 minute ago, JTR said:

Thanks for that. Fingers crossed May is ok. Hawkins has form with 'accidental' elbows, so I'd definitely be on reckless side of fence 

 

Yep, you don't need to convince me. Still game day so I've still got my Red and Blue goggles on. Hang him!!

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Umps disgusting in that term.

I love the pressure that we are applying.

Still room to improve from several of the boys. 

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Poor Maysie.  Looking at the way his eye blew up, unfortunately it's looking like a potential fracture.  Hope I'm wrong.

Petty can step in and do the job. Has been in super form down at Casey.

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11 minutes ago, JTR said:

My fingers are like icicles, so not going to try and navigate my way back through thread. 

Can someone with benefit of replays tell me what happened to May? His contest with Hawkins was right in front of me, but it looked pretty innocuous until he didn't get up 

Mays elbows suddenly beame possessed your honor.

He through one up as he was turning and caught poor May in the eye.

Lots of blood and May looked dizzy.

Not good.

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Take the red and blue glasses off I have watched the Hawkins hit 10 times now, it was an accident 100% may contributed by pulling Hawkins towards him 

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1 minute ago, JTR said:

Thanks for that. Fingers crossed May is ok. Hawkins has form with 'accidental' elbows, so I'd definitely be on reckless side of fence 

 

Depends on whether the tribunal is adjudicating based on intent or result this week.

should get a tap on the shoulder based on form and how the reckless action resulted in a busted eye socket... or the commentary team will write the conversation as an accident and move on.

more likely the latter than former sadly. I hope he’s just a little groggy and dazed for a week instead of becoming another 426

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Dermie was quick to say it was an accident just prove it was deliberate. Selwood is without doubt my most hate opposition player. Yes Brayshaw was a little late but Selwood would do Laurence Olivier pround. Then he has the gall to whinge. Pathetic

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8 minutes ago, Rusty Nails said:

One of the most disgraceful umpiring performances ive seen in that 5 minute period in the 2nd.  We should have been running it up the field for a shot at goal instead he calls holding the man when it should've clearly been holding the ball. 

Two holding the balls that were 50/50 against us in our forward line against Frittata & Sparrow yet the Cats don't get called for similar and then get a reverse call instead.  Faaark off Umps!

It was actually a free to Jetta against Menegola but Jetta then slung him. Reversed free. Then Gus bumped Selduck after he disposed. 

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10 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

I’ve only seen drips and drabs but despite inaccurate in front of goal best footy we have played all year?

It’s such a strange game as it lols like we’re playing an under 16s side at times, we’re doing so easy, but as always we can’t get it into fwd 50 enough. Finally towards the end of the qrt we did convert.

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Typical Selwood having a sook at the umps coming off.

Lower you head some more, scumbag.

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A few of passengers, Jordan, Sparrow, Jones, ANB and Melksham. 

Get involved, do some magic.

Wish we could hold simpler marks and kick set shots.

Playing well otherwise, good game plan. Good running and breaking lines, swarming attack and defence. 

Keep at it Dees.

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2 minutes ago, brendan said:

Take the red and blue glasses off I have watched the Hawkins hit 10 times now, it was an accident 100% may contributed by pulling Hawkins towards him 

I don't take them off until at least a day after the match, thanks

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TMac has been back to good again. Getting involved up the ground and using the ball well. Still not back to 2018 Plugger version, but definitely worth his spot in the team at present.

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