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Dees hold on to win by 1 point! 2021 VFL Mens Casey Demons 1.5.11 1.6.12 5.10.40 7.15.57 Geelong VFL 1.1.7 3.4.22 6.5.41 8.8.56 Goals  Casey Demons Brown 4 Bedford Daw Lewis

Well done Weridee and KC for the updates! is wonderful for those of us who aren't able to get to these games! greatly appreciated!

Listening to the game with no vision reminded me of my childhood listening to Demon games on the radio back in the 70's when i was a kid. I know people still listen to games on the radio but it'd been

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24 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

Poor Sam has become the face of Casey now 😬.

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8 minutes ago, Pates said:

Poor Sam has become the face of Casey now 😬.

I was thinking the exact same thing when I posted this.

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36 minutes ago, Pates said:

Poor Sam has become the face of Casey now 😬.

At least hes got some acknowledgement.

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Imagine how Nathan Jones and Robert Flower have been all these years of contrary, smart alecs

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Tough game without the Weid and Brown.  Suddenly the firepower is probably Daw as the main target.  
 

It’s unlikely that Jones will line up. Though given the Swans “bye” last week, he might try to keep match fit and play a half.  

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For the EFL /SPL watchers, is  a match at Casey Fields equivalent to Stoke City on a Tuesday night?

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1 hour ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Tough game without the Weid and Brown.  Suddenly the firepower is probably Daw as the main target.  
 

It’s unlikely that Jones will line up. Though given the Swans “bye” last week, he might try to keep match fit and play a half.  

agree

take away the sub plus one emergency and Casey start to look vulnerable.

PS Jones definitely out with a hamstring for one to two weeks

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1 hour ago, dworship said:

Does MFC membership still entitle free entry?

I hope so. Will find out when I get there.

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2 hours ago, Fat Tony said:

Will the game be on Kayo or the MFC website?

Kayo seems to be doing 3 other games.  I stumbled across this - no idea how kosher it is or where they'd be getting the feed from?

https://www.facebook.com/101463378730693/posts/-casey-vs-geelong-cats-2-livestream-live-casey-vs-geelong-cats-2-vfllivestream-h/111664947710536/

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8 hours ago, Diamond_Jim said:

I see that like Casey, Geelong are undefeated at VFL level.

Will be a good test

https://www.scoreboard.com/au/afl/australia/vfl/standings/

Casey missing too many listed Dees players. Real test for the standard Casey players. Expected a 7 mfc 15 casey combo this week. Cats also have advantage of not resting their sub player as they have Friday night game. 
At Casey, Demons are a chance but it will be tight. 

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29 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Casey missing too many listed Dees players. Real test for the standard Casey players. Expected a 7 mfc 15 casey combo this week. Cats also have advantage of not resting their sub player as they have Friday night game. 
At Casey, Demons are a chance but it will be tight. 

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On 5/13/2021 at 2:19 PM, Diamond_Jim said:

Looking wet and windy for Saturday

Not exactly the most welcoming environment for visiting the windswept plains of Casey central.

Love the use of metaphor in description of Casey Ice works, "Winsdswept plains of Casey central"

At least the snakes are in hibernation, unlike a few months ago!

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13 hours ago, sue said:

Kayo seems to be doing 3 other games.  I stumbled across this - no idea how kosher it is or where they'd be getting the feed from?

https://www.facebook.com/101463378730693/posts/-casey-vs-geelong-cats-2-livestream-live-casey-vs-geelong-cats-2-vfllivestream-h/111664947710536/

It can't be that hard for someone to send a camera operator down to Casey and set up a stream. Especially for two AFL affiliate clubs. There should always be a minimum single camera option for every VFL game, and IMO it should be included as an option for paid up Members.  

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26 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Love the use of metaphor in description of Casey Ice works, "Winsdswept plains of Casey central"

At least the snakes are in hibernation, unlike a few months ago!

Yep I bet those wetlands on the outer side attract the Tiger snakes in summer.

Once saw a large group of racing land yachts near the carpark.

Life's not dull at Casey

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