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Kayo didn't work for me all game. Great win a lot more impressive than last week. Inaccuracy cost us now for the big test against Brisbane.

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7 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

Kayo didn't work for me all game. Great win a lot more impressive than last week. Inaccuracy cost us now for the big test against Brisbane.

if the individual game stream doesn't work, go to 'live channels' and click the 'fox footy' button

something definitely gone skew-whiff in their individual game stream set-up today; must've been pointing to the wrong feed

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Our pressure was good all game. Some better  performances this week from several regulars including Scott, Hore and Bannan.  Goldie was excellent today.  Magee looked lost out there and Brown was tired.  Hoping Lampard is ok for the Lions game and that Purcell is not far away.

Btw loving Harris up forward.

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Thought we played well other than goal-kicking. Pressure up and some players finding form which is positive

L Pearce, Mithen, Paxy, Goldy, West and Hanks best. Harris took some strong grabs. And she loves hurting people. Leading goal kicker in the comp now I think

McNamara uncharacteristically quiet but she’s been great all year

GWS very very limited

We’ve beaten who’ve we had and have the 5 wins on the board but the going gets tough from here. Huge test against the Lions next week. That game will show us whether we’re genuine contenders or not

Go Dees

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Again a good last quarter. I thaught our defence was excellent today. I t will be better with Lampard back in. I thaught Lauren Pearce was our best player but i would like to mention West as well. She was in everyting. Her and Lilly Mithen are a pair of Jack Russells.

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16 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

if the individual game stream doesn't work, go to 'live channels' and click the 'fox footy' button

something definitely gone skew-whiff in their individual game stream set-up today; must've been pointing to the wrong feed

I wonder if it was related to tjhe game time being shifted.

Someone forgot to update the automatic starter?

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30 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

if the individual game stream doesn't work, go to 'live channels' and click the 'fox footy' button

something definitely gone skew-whiff in their individual game stream set-up today; must've been pointing to the wrong feed

I can't believe I didn't think of that 🤦‍♂️

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19 minutes ago, binman said:

I wonder if it was related to tjhe game time being shifted.

Someone forgot to update the automatic starter?

In that case, I believe someone should tell them that next week’s blockbuster v Brisbane has also had a date and time change.

* Note: The way things are going there could be further time changes so check with this Demonland at the weekend.

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1 hour ago, dl4e said:

There is something wrong with our kicking for goal. I know it is windy but there is at least 5 points that should have been goals so far in the game. 

Same last week. Game was alive with 5 min to go when it should have been iced at 3/4 time.

If we miss a flag this year it could be down to loose goal kicking.

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16 minutes ago, Mazer Rackham said:

Same last week. Game was alive with 5 min to go when it should have been iced at 3/4 time.

If we miss a flag this year it could be down to loose goal kicking.

 

6 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

Yep, goal kicking practice needs to be a priority for the rest of the season.

Pretty tough conditions I wouldn't want to be playing in 30 degree heat with a swirling wind. Fatigue has to be a factor.

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There's going to be some very sad faces if we make finals but lose.... with our shots at goal being quite unacceptable. Generally we are not overly skilled in the kicking area around the ground too. It's up to the individual players to work much harder on foot disposal. Other teams have keenly addressed this but we are yet to enjoy improved scoring %'s. Quite happy with the W though, well done girls.

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