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The week after the bye is never easy and the local derby against an improving Frankston will be a challenge for the undefeated Demons.

VFL: Local Derby for Demons

Our VFL side takes on Frankston in round 10 of the Smithy’s VFL season. The Dolphins would be the closest VFL club only 30 minutes down the road and have won their past two games on the trot to turn their season around. The last time we faced off against the Dolphins was back in 2019 when we prevailed in the wet by 5-points in the last game of the season over an improving Frankston outfit.

The action starts at 2:05 pm, Sunday 29th May; Gate 1 for GA will open from 12:00 pm.

MATCH DETAILS 
VFL
 Frankston V Casey Demons
Date: Sunday 29th May 
Time: 2:05 pm (AEST)
Location: Skybus Stadium

TICKETING 
Purchase Tickets Here: https://www.intix.com.au/events/round7-frankstonfcvcaseyfc

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31 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Would have been a good game for Salem to have one or two quarters

Used to really like the VFL but it's going backwards

Might help if the two comps got their schedule synced a little better.  Seem to be terribly out of wack.

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14 hours ago, Demon Dynasty said:

Might help if the two comps got their schedule synced a little better.  Seem to be terribly out of wack.

At least this way we can watch both matches and the sub can play for Casey if he doesn't get a run with MFC.

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50 minutes ago, old55 said:

At least this way we can watch both matches and the sub can play for Casey if he doesn't get a run with MFC.

I meant not having the buy in rounds where AFL affiliates dont have the buy, starting the VFL season so late.  I didnt mean we'd be better off if they were exactly synced as in playing the same day/time etc 55 so i believe we're probably on a similar page here.

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When are the lineup announced?

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13 hours ago, Demon Dynasty said:

I meant not having the buy in rounds where AFL affiliates dont have the buy, starting the VFL season so late.  I didnt mean we'd be better off if they were exactly synced as in playing the same day/time etc 55 so i believe we're probably on a similar page here.

Buy means BYE DD and the issue is 2 different organisations run the competitions.( as you know)

 AFL  and VFL so it is pure chance one would think if the fixture in VFL took anything into  account about the AFL. Draw especially with a " very friendly flexible floating fixture " that sees us off FTA for 5 games in a row vs Dogs Friday night favouritism despite poor early season form. 

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For those considering a trip, Frankston is a lovely ground with glimpses of the bay through tall pine trees.

On a Sunday nearby parking is easy and they used to have a delightful sausage sizzle.

Suggest you go over to the far side from the entrance as many of the locals who congregate on the entrance side were quite well lubricated and vocal when I was last there

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A number of changes from two weeks ago at Casey, leaving only 12 AFL listed players in the side.

B: M.Buntine 71 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41 
HB: M.Hibberd 14 D.Turner 42 D.Smith 43
C: F.Rosman 19 G.Grey 68 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 M.Brown 38 T.Edwards 58
F: A.Moniz-Wakefield 29 Josh Smith 66 B.Laurie 16
Foll: M.Daw 28 M.White 52 J.Munro 47
I/C: R.Baldi 56 C.Ellison 79 R.Koo 61 H.Neocleous 75 R.Steele 54
Emerg: Z.Andrewartha 53 M.Shepherd 77

In: M.Brown M.Hibberd R.Koo A.Moniz-Wakefield H.Neocleous J.Smith

Out: T.Bedford J.Bell L.Dunstan T.Macrae J.Van Rooyen S.Weideman

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12 hours ago, KC from Casey said:

A number of changes from two weeks ago at Casey, leaving only 12 AFL listed players in the side.

B: M.Buntine 71 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41 
HB: M.Hibberd 14 D.Turner 42 D.Smith 43
C: F.Rosman 19 G.Grey 68 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 M.Brown 38 T.Edwards 58
F: A.Moniz-Wakefield 29 Josh Smith 66 B.Laurie 16
Foll: M.Daw 28 M.White 52 J.Munro 47
I/C: R.Baldi 56 C.Ellison 79 R.Koo 61 H.Neocleous 75 R.Steele 54
Emerg: Z.Andrewartha 53 M.Shepherd 77

In: M.Brown M.Hibberd R.Koo A.Moniz-Wakefield H.Neocleous J.Smith

Out: T.Bedford J.Bell L.Dunstan T.Macrae J.Van Rooyen S.Weideman

van Rooyen out that's a huge blow. Big game for Mitch.

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3 minutes ago, Bendigo_Demon said:

Is this match going to be shown live anywhere? If yes, could someone please post a link. Thanks. 

AFL website or app

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Hoping Laurie has a good game and can push for a debut and take Melkshams spot in the team as a high half forward. AMW also was looking fantastic before his concussion, hopefully he can pick up where he left off.

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