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Goal to bulldogs 49 to 92

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Behind to bulldogs 49 to 93

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MBrown kicks his 4th 55 to 93

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Goal to bulldogs 55 to 99

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Behind by 54 for Casey 56 to 99

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Weideman misses 57 to 99

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Dunstan goals 64 to 99

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Melksham kicks a behind final score 65 to 99 I will do a report when I get home

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Firstly the first thing I'll say is that the bulldogs will be the benchmark of the VFL with great players like Wallis, West, Ugle-Hagen and co and Casey will be a lot better when they get our quality VFL players out on the park like Zaharkis and co.

Team

B: D.Smith, Ellison, McVee

HB: Baker, 51, Freeman

C: Howes, Dunstan, Woewodin

HF: Melksham, van Rooyen, Rosman

F: Moniz-Wakefield, Weideman, M.Brown

FOLL: Bell, White, Laurie

IC: Munro, Goonan, Quigley, Grey, 54, 69 (sudanese player)

Goals: 4  M.Brown, 1 Dunstan, Howes, van Rooyen, Weideman

 

D.Smith - Unassuming player, took a speccy but was otherwise quiet.

McVee - Only touched the ball a couple of time, plenty to work with

Baker - Started off well but died out of the game.

Howes - showed some good signs particually early.

Dunstan - Went ok but I expected more from him.

Woewodin - Played well particually early gave a great chase down tackle.

Melksham - Disappointing never got going and missed a goal he would normally kick.

van Rooyen - Showed some signs considering he had limited opportunites. Took a great contested mark and done a great chase down tackle to go with his goal.

Rosman - Is a worry doesn't seem to get a lot of the ball, needs to improve dramatically to keep his spot on the list.

Moniz-Wakefield - Quiet and missed a sitter.

Weideman - Played a fair bit in the ruck. Went OK without being special.

M.Brown - Just knows where the goals are a perfect replacement for Fritsch if he gets injured.

Laurie - Went ok plenty to work with not out of his depth.  

 

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43 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

Firstly the first thing I'll say is that the bulldogs will be the benchmark of the VFL with great players like Wallis, West, Ugle-Hagen and co and Casey will be a lot better when they get our quality VFL players out on the park like Zaharkis and co.

 

 

Hey Werridee, thanks for your efforts today, much appreciated.

But tell me, what happened to the great depth we are supposed to have (not including the extra VFL players)?It doesn't sound like any of these guys will be pushing for senior selection any time soon.

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49 minutes ago, Neil Crompton said:

Hey Werridee, thanks for your efforts today, much appreciated.

But tell me, what happened to the great depth we are supposed to have (not including the extra VFL players)?It doesn't sound like any of these guys will be pushing for senior selection any time soon.

Probably under selling the depth of the bulldogs they have as good as depth as anyone. Mitch.Brown is close to selection, his 4 goals can't be ignored. We missed the strength of Daw in the ruck.

They dominated the midfield and games are won in  the midfield and our midfield is young except for Dunstan and White who really isn't a midfielder. Give them time Howes, Laurie, Woewodin look promising. The bulldogs were top of the table last year I don't see that changing. If we played a lesser side we could have very well won. 

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With the Melbourne injury list probably at it longest in a couple of years, it certainly wasn’t the strongest Casey team out there in the park. 

Kade Chandler, Majak Daw, Michael Hibberd, Jake Lever, Harrison Petty, Trent Rivers and Daniel Turner are all missing through injury/unavailability  by my calculations. Also none of the new top up players although it’s not clear as to whether they’re eligible yet.

 

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15 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Casey will be a lot better when they get our quality VFL players out on the park like Zaharkis and co.

Happy to be proven wrong but there’s no indication the former afl players we’ve added to our top up list will actually play for Casey. They’re all making more money with less work playing local footy. We can’t afford Zaharakis, Lonie, Reid, Moore! Buntine will play and Conca we might be able to talk in to some Casey footy given he’s around the group, most likely he plays local footy or has a rest. Not the others.

They’re only signed in case we start having injuries and covid cases and get down towards the bare minimum. 

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15 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Rosman - Is a worry doesn't seem to get a lot of the ball, needs to improve dramatically to keep his spot on the list.

They desperately need to play him on a half back flank and teach him how to defend and contest. He’ll never learn the game on the wing or half forward. 

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16 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Firstly the first thing I'll say is that the bulldogs will be the benchmark of the VFL with great players like Wallis, West, Ugle-Hagen and co and Casey will be a lot better when they get our quality VFL players out on the park like Zaharkis and co.

Team

B: D.Smith, Ellison, McVee

HB: Baker, 51, Freeman

C: Howes, Dunstan, Woewodin

HF: Melksham, van Rooyen, Rosman

F: Moniz-Wakefield, Weideman, M.Brown

FOLL: Bell, White, Laurie

IC: Munro, Goonan, Quigley, Grey, 54, 69 (sudanese player)

Goals: 4  M.Brown, 1 Dunstan, Howes, van Rooyen, Weideman

 Why have you signaled out one player and given him a label. 

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1 hour ago, DeeSpencer said:

Happy to be proven wrong but there’s no indication the former afl players we’ve added to our top up list will actually play for Casey. They’re all making more money with less work playing local footy. We can’t afford Zaharakis, Lonie, Reid, Moore! Buntine will play and Conca we might be able to talk in to some Casey footy given he’s around the group, most likely he plays local footy or has a rest. Not the others.

They’re only signed in case we start having injuries and covid cases and get down towards the bare minimum. 

That's my understanding, they stay at local level and only play at if needed.

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4 hours ago, DeeSpencer said:

Happy to be proven wrong but there’s no indication the former afl players we’ve added to our top up list will actually play for Casey. They’re all making more money with less work playing local footy. We can’t afford Zaharakis, Lonie, Reid, Moore! Buntine will play and Conca we might be able to talk in to some Casey footy given he’s around the group, most likely he plays local footy or has a rest. Not the others.

They’re only signed in case we start having injuries and covid cases and get down towards the bare minimum. 

Well that's a shame. Casey really haven't got the depth to cover our injuries. I thought with Zaharakis, Lonie, Reid and Moore we could push for the flag but without them the Bulldogs will beat us like they did last night.

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10 hours ago, chook fowler said:

Did Chandler play? What’s wrong with Majak?

Chandler didn't play not sure what is wrong with them.

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5 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Well that's a shame. Casey really haven't got the depth to cover our injuries. I thought with Zaharakis, Lonie, Reid and Moore we could push for the flag but without them the Bulldogs will beat us like they did last night.

I think these added blokes like Lonie and Zaharakis are AFL Covid impact cover as opposed to being Casey recruits for 2022. Casey in 2022 will be AFL listed plus guys like Munro, Buntine, Freeman, White, Etc. 

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