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POSTGAME: Rd 15 vs Brisbane


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Fantastic, emphatic return to form by the Dees. That could easily have been a 15 goal win against the "former... (hehe)" ladder leader. I tipped us to win by 3-4 goals so this is much more than i expected. 

Viney = immense

Jackson = Pay him what he wants. Kids gonna be a champion.

Lever = a totally different player with May in the team.

Harmes = Smashed Neale... get around him.

Bedford = dynamic

Oliver = Brownlow

Hibbo = blanketed Cameron

Jordan early was also very good.

Lots of others i could, and probably should praise.

Fantastic win Dees. Should be an enjoyable weekend 'Landers.......

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Since 22-9 Lions in the first this was an annihilation, make no mistake. You could see we got our structures working late in the first quarter and we slowed them right down. Our reward came in the second and it was pretty much game over at half time. We weren’t letting this one go.

Well done to every single player out there tonight. 
Viney was just inspirational, awesome game by the skip.

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Welcome back, Dees 🔥

More than anything, tonight was a return of our spirit, hunger and intensity. And all without Maxy. Which is a great thing to take away. We can maul the ladder leaders without the best ruckman in the comp. Our captain.

This is exactly the response we needed after the break. A reminder to everyone else that we're the premiers, as well as a reminder to ourselves.

Massive team effort, but Viney - 3000 votes.

Go Dees ❤️

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1 minute ago, Nasher said:

If you said anything like “our season is over” in the last month, give yourself an immediate uppercut.

Many welcome returns to form, but none more pleasing for me than Jake Lever. Absolutely outstanding.

Bye bye to half of DL.

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Easily our best win since the Grand Final. We were tough, quick, aggressive and relentless. We couldn't have played any better.

Viney was simply elite. He may not get a lot of attention from the media but he has certainly been good enough to at least make the AA squad this year. I was very pleased with Jackson's performance. He seemed to relish the extra responsibility.

Maybe we still are the team to beat after all.

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 That was a 42% goal kicking accuracy exhibition against essentially the second best side in the league  and still winning by circa 10 goals.

37 scoring shots to 18....
 

Hopefully Fages' discusses loading in his presser.

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