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  • Demonland changed the title to Werribee Tigers v Casey Demons - Saturday 10 July, 2021 at 1.00pm

I see the ground is a mere stones throw from Aldi.

Will they have special cheese platters available?

Their 8 year old Scotch is not a bad drop actually.

That Geelong road is not the most pleasant drive though these days.

Not sure if I'll head along. Weather is looking fine but chilly.

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Where's the teams usually KC has them up.

I'll put up my possible team.

B: LOCKHART, TURNER, J.SMITH

HB: BOWEY, BRADTKE, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, JETTA, BAKER

HF: MELKSHAM, WHITE, ROSMAN

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, CHANDLER

FOLL: DAW, VANDENBERG, SPARROW

IC: GREY, FOOT, MUNRO, SPARKS

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3 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Where's the teams usually KC has them up.

I'll put up my possible team.

B: LOCKHART, TURNER, J.SMITH

HB: BOWEY, BRADTKE, D.SMITH

C: DECLASE, JETTA, BAKER

HF: MELKSHAM, WHITE, ROSMAN

F: BEDFORD, WEIDEMAN, CHANDLER

FOLL: DAW, VANDENBERG, SPARROW

IC: GREY, FOOT, MUNRO, SPARKS

Back to your best again  Wdee Picking the Twos pretty straight forward!! 

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I feel i have played Saturday perfectly. Organized a trip to Werribee zoo Saturday morning and have the grandparents coming along as well. Will give the kids to the grandparents after the zoo to go home for their nap leaving me free and easy in Werribee right on 1pm....

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CASEY DEMONS v WERRIBEE - the team

B: D. Turner 42 J. Smith 44 J. Lockhart 41
HB: N. Jetta 39 C. Ellison 79 J. Bowey 17
C: K. Declase 51 O. Baker 33 A. vandenBerg 22
HF: M. White 52 S. Weideman 26 T. Bedford 12
F: Z. Foot 53 M. Daw 28 K. Chandler 37
Foll: A. Bradtke 46 J. Melksham 18 T. Sparrow 32
I/C: G. Grey 68 J. Munro 47 F. Rosman 19 D. Smith 34
Emerg: J. Bell 73 J. Briggs 54 M. Shepherd 77 R. Sparkes 76

In: C. Ellison T. Sparrow

Out: B. Brown R. Sparkes

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11 hours ago, kieranbj said:

I feel i have played Saturday perfectly. Organized a trip to Werribee zoo Saturday morning and have the grandparents coming along as well. Will give the kids to the grandparents after the zoo to go home for their nap leaving me free and easy in Werribee right on 1pm....

Brilliant!

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  • Whispering_Jack changed the title to Werribee Tigers v Casey Demons - Saturday 10 July, 2021 at 1.05pm

This would have to rank as the most bizarre major football competition going around. Made up of 22 different teams across the eastern seaboard and you only play 14 matches over 19 rounds before the finals placing are decided. 

In the case of the Casey Demons this has resulted in a fixture where they play Box Hill twice in the season and miss out completely on playing no less than 9 of the others. 

So forget about missing out on the big clashes with Apsley and Southport (admittedly we could play them in the finals if we get there) but what about your regular traditional VFA clubs of old like Coburg, Frankston and I simply cannot accept the fact that there’s no visit this year to Port Melbourne. Are the organizers of this farce of a competition aware how long we’ve had to endure without consuming their famous burraburger?

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Late decision I might go depending on the weather in next couple of hours.

My First live game in two year. I will be the one standing on his own masked from top to toe.

I am not paranoid who said that? 

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1 hour ago, Whispering_Jack said:

This would have to rank as the most bizarre major football competition going around. Made up of 22 different teams across the eastern seaboard and you only play 14 matches over 19 rounds before the finals placing are decided. 

In the case of the Casey Demons this has resulted in a fixture where they play Box Hill twice in the season and miss out completely on playing no less than 9 of the others. 

So forget about missing out on the big clashes with Apsley and Southport (admittedly we could play them in the finals if we get there) but what about your regular traditional VFA clubs of old like Coburg, Frankston and I simply cannot accept the fact that there’s no visit this year to Port Melbourne. Are the organizers of this farce of a competition aware how long we’ve had to endure without consuming their famous burraburger?

Farce I think covers it WJ. 

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