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I believe the game is being televised by Seven. Really looking forward to seeing a couple of the new boys. Should also tell us a bit about the "competition for spots".

I feel a little bit for some of the Casey regulars as a number of previously injured players are returning and the Mid Season draftees should also get a game. Even the emergencies from Saturday will get a run. I don't know the highest number of MFC listed players that have ever taken the field for Casey but this game would have to go close.

Casey v Essendon
Sunday 27 June. 12:00pm
Casey Fields

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POSSIBLE TEAM

B: LOCKHART, HUTCHINS, JETTA

HB: BOWEY, J.SMITH, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, MUNRO, BAKER

HF: VANDENBERG, M.BROWN, CHANDLER

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, WHITE

FOLL: DAW, SPARROW, MELKSHAM

IC: JONES, ROSMAN, LAURIE, TURNER

EMERG: FOOTE

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8 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

POSSIBLE TEAM

B: LOCKHART, HUTCHINS, JETTA

HB: BOWEY, J.SMITH, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, MUNRO, BAKER

HF: VANDENBERG, M.BROWN, CHANDLER

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, WHITE

FOLL: DAW, SPARROW, MELKSHAM

IC: JONES, ROSMAN, LAURIE, TURNER

EMERG: FOOTE

What, no love for Bradtke?

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8 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

POSSIBLE TEAM

B: LOCKHART, HUTCHINS, JETTA

HB: BOWEY, J.SMITH, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, MUNRO, BAKER

HF: VANDENBERG, M.BROWN, CHANDLER

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, WHITE

FOLL: DAW, SPARROW, MELKSHAM

IC: JONES, ROSMAN, LAURIE, TURNER

EMERG: FOOTE

18 MFC listed players!  WOW!

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10 hours ago, dl4e said:

Are you sure it is at Casey ?

good question

It's listed as an Essendon home game. Perhaps the issue is security at Windy Hill.

When I was there in 2019 it was just walk in as it's a community park. A nice place to watch football but a very strange portable scoreboard. Preuss took them apart as I remember.

With the Saturday night game the emergencies will be available and I expect a few senior players will turn up to lend their support.

Hopefully Saturday is a big win

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13 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

good question

It's listed as an Essendon home game. Perhaps the issue is security at Windy Hill.

When I was there in 2019 it was just walk in as it's a community park. A nice place to watch football but a very strange portable scoreboard. Preuss took them apart as I remember.

With the Saturday night game the emergencies will be available and I expect a few senior players will turn up to lend their support.

Hopefully Saturday is a big win

Actually, no it's not. For the sake of clarity; it's being played at CASEY.

Source: AFL/ VFL website. https://www.afl.com.au/fixture?Competition=7&CompSeason=40&MatchTimezone=MY_TIME&Regions=2&ShowBettingOdds=1&GameWeeks=11&Teams=92&Venues=96#byround

MFC website - https://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/962906/vflw-round-14-and-vfl-round-11-fixtures-released

Ch 7 broadcast guide

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9 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

It's been changed

Here's the original fixture stating quite clearly it's an Essendon home game.

The venue and time may not have been fixed but it has always been an Essendon home game

 

https://www.aflq.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/AM-7554-0221-VFL-Fixture_Full_FA1-1.pdf

So what your saying is; I'm correct and you have old information which you didn't bother to verify.

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1 hour ago, dworship said:

19 by my count and 20 if Bradtke plays and I would expect he does.

Oops!  Forgot Turner was one of our newbies!

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Can I get some clarity/certainty? Is the game at Windy Hill or Casey? Also is it definate that it will be televised? Finally, can spectators go?

Thanks PF

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7 hours ago, dworship said:

What, no love for Bradtke?

 

7 hours ago, dworship said:

What, no love for Bradtke?

Bradtke out of favor played in  the back pocket against the Swans never spent a second in the ruck plus we have 19 Melbourne listed players to pick from hard to fit in the team. White is the captain and Hutchins and Munro pick themselves.

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6 hours ago, picket fence said:

Can I get some clarity/certainty? Is the game at Windy Hill or Casey? Also is it definate that it will be televised? Finally, can spectators go?

Thanks PF

It's at Casey, if you're in doubt ring the club tomorrow.

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17 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

POSSIBLE TEAM

B: LOCKHART, HUTCHINS, JETTA

HB: BOWEY, J.SMITH, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, MUNRO, BAKER

HF: VANDENBERG, M.BROWN, CHANDLER

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, WHITE

FOLL: DAW, SPARROW, MELKSHAM

IC: JONES, ROSMAN, LAURIE, TURNER

EMERG: FOOTE

Jones on the bench for Casey.  Wtf

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Just now, spirit of norm smith said:

Jones on the bench for Casey.  Wtf

i have Jones on the bench because I think he will be the sub. Foot to replace him if we have an injury in the seniors.

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17 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

POSSIBLE TEAM

B: LOCKHART, HUTCHINS, JETTA

HB: BOWEY, J.SMITH, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, MUNRO, BAKER

HF: VANDENBERG, B.BROWN, CHANDLER

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, M.BROWN

FOLL: DAW, JONES, MELKSHAM

IC: WHITE, ROSMAN, LAURIE, TURNER

EMERG: FOOT

 

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31 minutes ago, Baghdad Bob said:

It's at Casey, if you're in doubt ring the club tomorrow.

It's ok Bob, Picket is just taking the pz after the other two ........... failed researchers.

I'll deal with him shortly.

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3 minutes ago, dworship said:

It's ok Bob, Picket is just taking the pz after the other two ........... failed researchers.

I'll deal with him shortly.

Thanks Dworship some brevity,sanctity and facts are all I require?PF

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6 hours ago, picket fence said:

Can I get some clarity/certainty? Is the game at Windy Hill or Casey? Also is it definate that it will be televised? Finally, can spectators go?

Thanks PF

 

10 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Thanks Dworship some brevity,sanctity and facts are all I require?PF

No.

Casey.

I don't know about definate but to be explicitly precise; it is scheduled to be broadcast and definitely will be baring some new catastrophe.

Above my pay grade.

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Well, selection at Casey just got even more interesting. I can see Jack Hutchins being pushed out but the question then becomes who plays down back. Mitch Brown? And regardless of W'dee's opinion I hope we continue to educate and develop Bradtke.

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1 hour ago, dworship said:

 

No.

Casey.

I don't know about definate but to be explicitly precise; it is scheduled to be broadcast and definitely will be baring some new catastrophe.

Above my pay grade.

Eloquently and implicitly expressed

ThanksPF

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38 minutes ago, dworship said:

Well, selection at Casey just got even more interesting. I can see Jack Hutchins being pushed out but the question then becomes who plays down back. Mitch Brown? And regardless of W'dee's opinion I hope we continue to educate and develop Bradtke.

Mitch Brown well in mix to play senior forward. I would be flabbergasted if he played back

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