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32 minutes ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Would love a source for this because we are mid pack for Centre clearances and clearances in general

Over the past 6 weeks.  Source is in the 360 analysis linked earlier.  King and Montagna.

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6 hours ago, Swooper1987 said:

Not sure if this has been posted elsewhere, but it gives an important perspective on Gawn's influence and what we are about to miss. I'd advise to pick up about 2 minutes in when King and Montagna discuss his influence over the past 6 weeks.  We are ranked numer 1 for clearance and number 4 for post clearance, as well as number 1 for clearance scoring differential and number 1 for scores from centre bounce.  Basically Gawn and Oliver have been keeping us in games almost alone.

 

Yes Gawn is a huge gap as we know. He’s a superstar.
 

Love the last 60 seconds on the master blasters. Trac and Clarry are accountable for poor delivery and not kicking to a target or to advantage or indeed giving it off to others inside 50 and running!! 

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15 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

You get Facepalms from @Rhino Richards as well Colin? I thought i was the only one :)

 

Not in this thread yet.

I noticed he’d done it to 2 or 3 other posters advocating Majak be given a game without explaining why he felt that suggestion was out of bounds (or if he had, I must have missed it).

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On 6/15/2022 at 3:59 PM, DubDee said:

Wow we have 2 injured players on our list. Most teams have more. 

Gawn 
Turner    
Smith   
Howes   
Daw   
Rosman   
Tom Mac   
Melksham

That is more than 2 isn’t it?

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We have 16 players over 190cm, 6 of which are injured atm  - Perfect time to be playing the Brisbane Behemoths 

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TMac not coming back this year. He'd have to make his return during finals.. we'd have to be desperate for that to happen.

Also great to see 1 week already subtracted from Gawn's return and that most of the players have passed the daunting 4-6 timeframe.

 

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18 minutes ago, CYB said:

TMac not coming back this year. He'd have to make his return during finals.. we'd have to be desperate for that to happen.

Also great to see 1 week already subtracted from Gawn's return and that most of the players have passed the daunting 4-6 timeframe.

 

First thing I noticed too. 

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Injury List: Round 15 

Max Gawn - Ankle | 2-4 Weeks 
Daniel Turner - Face | 3-4 Weeks
Blake Howes - Foot | 3-5 Weeks
Joel Smith - Ankle | 3-5 Weeks
Majak Daw - Pectoral | 4 Weeks
Tom McDonald - Foot | 10-12 Weeks

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On 6/15/2022 at 1:49 PM, Rednblueriseing said:

I think we come out and beat the lions without our captain and  all of a sudden we will look invincible again.. 

Wise words, R&br!!

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4 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Max said last night he thought he was ready to go next week against Crows.

Clearly not, but injury may not be as bad as first thought.

Max probably argued to the club he was ready to go against the lions!

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4 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Max said last night he thought he was ready to go next week against Crows.

Clearly not, but injury may not be as bad as first thought.

Fairly confident we can handle the crows without him but its gets more difficult after that.

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4 minutes ago, old dee said:

Fairly confident we can handle the crows without him but its gets more difficult after that.

If Max was fair dinkum last night, then he might be back sooner than the 4-5 games first indicated.

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With Majak Daw’s retirement announced today, I’ve left him off the club’s injury list.

Injury List: Round 16

Max Gawn - Ankle | 1-2 Weeks
Daniel Turner - Face | 2-3 Weeks
Blake Howes - Foot | 2-4 Weeks
Joel Smith - Ankle | 2-4 Weeks
Tom McDonald - Foot | 10-12 Weeks

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Injury List: Round 17

Max Gawn - Ankle | Test
Luke Jackson - Knee | Test
Blake Howes - Foot | 1-2 Weeks
Andy Moniz-Wakefield - Groin |  1-2 Weeks
Daniel Turner - Face | 1-2 Weeks
Joel Smith - Ankle | 2-4 Weeks
Tom McDonald - Foot | 8-10 Weeks

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