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Aaron VDB Injured again at training, I think he might be nearly done. His body lets him down too often!

Bowey, Jetta, Daw, Deakyn Smith, Bedford all look very good! BB Must play next week with Weeds also a strong chance. I thought Majak rucked extremely well, Bowey astute ball winner and user!

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1 minute ago, picket fence said:

Aaron VDB Injured again at training, I think he might be nearly done. His body lets him down too often!

Bowey, Jetta, Daw, Deakyn Smith, Bedford all look very good! BB Must play next week with Weeds also a strong chance. I thought Majak rucked extremely well, Bowey astute ball winner and user!

Picket, so Bowey stepped up from a reasonable performance the week before? Can you see him forward of the Centre in the ones, off a flank? 

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56 minutes ago, No Plan B said:

Firstly, absolute full credit to the Richmond staff for not only providing a good quality live stream, but even providing full stats and regular "player spotlight" updates for Casey players. Absolutely [censored] on our Casey coverage from a great height. We couldn't even send one [censored] dude out there to tell us how the MFC players were going earlier in the year. Lots to learn from the best in the business.

Now, to the game.

Ben Brown is exactly as I remembered him at North. Annoying. Umpires' pet. Accurate. [censored] good. It's very nice to know that he's ours now.

Bowey has been very busy. 

Bedford will get games this year, he has fantastic work rate and pressure. Skills aren't the best but there's a clear role for him. 

Bratdke is still a million miles off. I wonder how long we'll persist? 

Bradke is 20 years old , give him time

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24 minutes ago, Better days ahead said:

Just hit the mute button folks if mr sniffle is getting on your nerves

I didn't mind it actually.  You could even hear them bucketing the water out from somewhere at one point.  Beats listening to BT prattle on all night

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17 minutes ago, MF-C said:

BBB to come in next week

Jones to come out unless he kicks 5 tonight lol 

Stupid statement in my opinion.

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5 minutes ago, big_red_fire_engine said:

I reckon Sparrow did not play second half. Hope that does not mean a late change? 

Most teams given the sub rule now run a quasi-emergency who will play limited minutes in the VFL if that game is before the AFL game.

Contingency in case someone twangs a hammy in the warm up there is a player who isn’t completly cooked able to come in.

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1 minute ago, Rusty Nails said:

Beats listening to BT prattle on all night

I would prefer to sit beside a screaming baby on a long haul flight than listen to BT.

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14 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Aaron VDB Injured again at training, I think he might be nearly done. His body lets him down too often!

Bowey, Jetta, Daw, Deakyn Smith, Bedford all look very good! BB Must play next week with Weeds also a strong chance. I thought Majak rucked extremely well, Bowey astute ball winner and user!

There isn't room for both PF.  BB should get the call up.  Thought Weid was right out of it other than the last quarter and a few cameos in the third.

Daw was good but for every good thing he does he seems to blunder something else shortly after.

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Sorry haven’t had time to read the whole thread. For those that we’re watching, how was Brown’s and the Weid’s overall games. I’ve read their goal tally’s, how was their markng, how easy did their goals come, defensive efforts....

I might have to go back and read the thread.

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1 minute ago, Better days ahead said:

I would prefer to sit beside a screaming baby on a long haul flight than listen to BT.

I wouldn't go that far BDA

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20 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

That was hit outs

Yes I know that had the columns mixed up. 
Particularly when I saw that Bedford had 6 hit outs. ? 

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4 minutes ago, forever demons said:

he is a little boy,or would you play him on martin

What a weird comment. His size won't hold him back and it's likely he'll get an opportunity this year. Kid has pace, composure and skill. Will slot nicely anywhere on the ground other than key position or inside mid.

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