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6 minutes ago, picket fence said:

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

That's the thing though Picket where are they all going to play? It was likely a very tall side before they sent Weid back.

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1 hour 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.

Hutchins won't be pushed out Bradtke will he won't be at the club next year.

so the side should look like this.

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

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11 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

Hutchins won't be pushed out Bradtke will he won't be at the club next year.

so the side should look like this.

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

Casey boys mainly playing suburban footy this round. 19 AFL LISTED in the Casey team.  (18 probably given 23rd man medi sub call up). Like to see Zac Foot still given a run.

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4 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Casey boys mainly playing suburban footy this round. 19 AFL LISTED in the Casey team.  (18 probably given 23rd man medi sub call up). Like to see Zac Foot still given a run.

Do pay attention, the team listed is Werridee's so we don't really know the make up of the Casey side yet.

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9 minutes ago, dworship said:

Do pay attention, the team listed is Werridee's so we don't really know the make up of the Casey side yet.

I know it's my team but there will be 19 players they are all coming back except the knee rehabbers in Hore, Tomlinson and Neitschke. It will be interesting to see what they do with the regular Casey players in Foot, Grey, Sparks, Ellison and Machaya

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Just now, WERRIDEE said:

I know it's my team but there will be 19 players they are all coming back except the knee rehabbers in Hore, Tomlinson and Neitschke.

Why do you think it's always about you?

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3 hours ago, dl4e said:

Right so it is at Casey. So the next question is can we go ?

Yep restrictions ease midnight tonight. Should be allowed a crowd. Not sure of capacity. Probably 26.5% if you’re standing upside down with 3 masks on. 

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21 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Hutchins won't be pushed out Bradtke will he won't be at the club next year.

so the side should look like this.

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

Do you ever get sick of being wrong Werridee?

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Just now, dazzledavey36 said:

That team alone would beat Mark Neeld 2013 side.

I would go further to say that that VFL team would be better than a majority of the AFL teams we have sent out over the period between 2005 to 2015.

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2 minutes ago, CHF said:

I would go further to say that that VFL team would be better than a majority of the AFL teams we have sent out over the period between 2005 to 2015.

This team would put GOLD COAST SUNS to the sword and maybe NORF!

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You’d expect at least two of BBB, Chandler, Jetta and Jones will come out as med. sub and emergency for our AFL team.  Jones and Jetta perhaps (?) given the absence of VFL over the last month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks KC that is some team we are putting out on the Park. That has to be the best VFL side that we have ever fielded. Go Casey..!!!

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1 hour ago, Deeoldfart said:

You’d expect at least two of BBB, Chandler, Jetta and Jones will come out as med. sub and emergency for our AFL team.  Jones and Jetta perhaps (?) given the absence of VFL over the last month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

However, because Casey plays on Sunday, it’s possible for all players selected to take part in the case where the medical sub is not required. 

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@ KC love your work keeping tabs on all things VFL, any updates on how Bowey goes would be most appreciated, Am hoping he gets a debut in Seniors at some point, but know he is probably duelling with Spargo for a spot.

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11 hours ago, KC from Casey said:

However, because Casey plays on Sunday, it’s possible for all players selected to take part in the case where the medical sub is not required. 

Woops!  Thanks KC.

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On 6/24/2021 at 10:17 PM, Jaded said:

Yep restrictions ease midnight tonight. Should be allowed a crowd. Not sure of capacity. Probably 26.5% if you’re standing upside down with 3 masks on. 

i think i heard 1,000 spectators for local sporting matches.......but don't quote me

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2 hours ago, daisycutter said:

i think i heard 1,000 spectators for local sporting matches.......but don't quote me

Correct daisy.  This from the Casey website:  "Make sure that you get in early if, you'd like to come and watch the boys play Sunday, as we only have a limit of 1000 spectators due to COVID restrictions."

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Anyone else excited watching Casey today?

Some new faces playing their first games today in Kye Declase,  Daniel Turner and Bailey Laurie. Really intrigued in watching Declase who's been in very strong for Werribee this year and someone who's ready to step up when.called upon.

Brown, Weideman and Nathan Jones are 3 I'm keen to see in action as well.

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1 minute ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Anyone else excited watching Casey today?

Some new faces playing their first games today in Kye Declase,  Daniel Turner and Bailey Laurie. Really intrigued in watching Declase who's been in very strong for Werribee this year and someone who's ready to step up when.called upon.

Brown, Weideman and Nathan Jones are 3 I'm keen to see in action as well.

The two lesser names I am interested in are Deakyn Smith and Rosman. I think they could both make it, on the little I have seen of them.

Today is probably an audition for BB and Weid.

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

The two lesser names I am interested in are Deakyn Smith and Rosman. I think they could both make it, on the little I have seen of them.

Today is probably an audition for BB and Weid.

I think we can forget the Weid Mr. Leg he will be elsewhere in 2022. 

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