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Big game. Casey are flying undefeated while the Suns are % out of the 8 currently 11th and last week beat top 8 team GWS by 9 goals so it might be our biggest test yet.

Possible team:

B: D.Smith, Ellison, Buntine
HB: Hunt, Tomlinson, Rivers
C: Baker, Dunstan, Woewodin
HF: Melksham, van Rooyen, Laurie
F: Moniz-Wakefield, M.Brown, Chandler
FOLL: Bell, White, Munro
IC: McVee, Rosman, Grey, Josh Smith, Steele  

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Isn't that a little pessimistic? I would have thought Southport was the big test. Relatively settled team, for VFL, heading north. Gold Coast will be a couple short as emergencies to go to Adelaide, I expect.

Weather predicted is sunny and 22 degrees...biggest problem should be sunstroke.

Shame no Majak.

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2 hours ago, Bystander said:

Isn't that a little pessimistic? I would have thought Southport was the big test. Relatively settled team, for VFL, heading north. Gold Coast will be a couple short as emergencies to go to Adelaide, I expect.

Weather predicted is sunny and 22 degrees...biggest problem should be sunstroke.

Shame no Majak.

Apart from no Majak, it looks an extremely strong team and should be good viewing tomorrow. 

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3 hours ago, Bystander said:

Isn't that a little pessimistic? I would have thought Southport was the big test. Relatively settled team, for VFL, heading north. Gold Coast will be a couple short as emergencies to go to Adelaide, I expect.

Weather predicted is sunny and 22 degrees...biggest problem should be sunstroke.

Shame no Majak.

Southport weren't a real test we flogged them. I think Gold Coast have more quality players.

I think in the emergencies Day will play but I'm not sure anyone else will play. I think they will travel with 2 emergencies.

The Gold Coast started off poorly but they have won their last 2 games against Collingwood and GWS. They wont be a push over, Budarick, Sharp, Constable, Macpherson, Thompson, Day, J.Corbett, Sexton, Andrew and Tsitas are all quality players.

Possible Gold Coast side

B:  Foggo, Thompson, Budarick

HB: Nicholls, Brock, McLennan

C: Sharp, Constable, Faulkhead

HF: Macpherson, Day, J.Corbett

F: Sexton, Andrew, Conroy 

FOLL:  Moyle, Tsitas, Oea 

IC: Stone, M.Corbett, Bella, Murtagh, Harrington

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8 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Big game. Casey are flying undefeated while the Suns are % out of the 8 currently 11th and last week beat top 8 team GWS by 9 goals so it might be our biggest test yet.

Possible team:

B: D.Smith, Ellison, Buntine
HB: Hunt, Tomlinson, Rivers
C: Baker, Dunstan, Woewodin
HF: Melksham, van Rooyen, Laurie
F: Moniz-Wakefield, M.Brown, Chandler
FOLL: Bell, White, Munro
IC: McVee, Rosman, Grey, Josh Smith, Steele  

Josh.Smith is probably injured so I would replace him with Milford.

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VFL | Seven changes for Gold Coast clash (melbournefc.com.au)

Valentine and Baldi are the only 2 different inclusions to my possible side. Steele and Milford are emergencies.

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15 Melbourne listed players, that's a strong side.

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This is definitely a danger game. The Suns have more depth on their list at this point in time than they have had for several seasons.

The Casey Demons have made seven changes to the team that beat Collingwood a fortnight ago. The team -

CASEY DEMONS

B: D.Smith 43 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41
HB: M.Buntine 71 C.Ellison 79 T.Rivers 24
C: J.Hunt 29 L.Dunstan 27 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 M.Brown 38 B.Laurie 16
F: K.Chandler 37 J.Van Rooyen 21 J.Melksham 18 
Foll: J.Bell 73 M.White 52 J.Munro 47
IC: R.Baldi 56 G.Churchill Grey 68 A.Moniz-Wakefield 36 F.Rosman 19 R.Valentine 65
Emerg: J.Carosella 48 B.Milford 74 M.Shepherd 16 R.Steele 54 
 
In: O.Baker M.Brown K.Chandler J.Melksham F.Rosman A.Tomlinson R.Valentine 
 
Out: T.Bedford T.McRae B.Milford M.Shepherd R.Steele Josh Smith S.Weideman 
 
GOLD COAST SUNS 
 
B: R.Nicholls 38 R.Thompson 16 P.Murtagh 42
HB: J.Sharp 20 M.Andrew 31 R.Atkins 2
C: A.Sexton 6 B.Fiorini 8 H.Paul Oea 46
HF: J.Tsitas 21 N.Moyle 49 C.Constable 33
F: J. Corbett 19 M. Conroy 48 E.Hollands 36
Foll: S.Day 12 D.Macpherson 44 J.McLennan 43
I/C: J.Eckersley 55 O.Faulkhead 37 J.Foggo 59 J.Lockett 58 R.Stone 53
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48 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:
This is definitely a danger game. The Suns have more depth on their list at this point in time than they have had for several seasons.

The Casey Demons have made seven changes to the team that beat Collingwood a fortnight ago. The team -

CASEY DEMONS

B: D.Smith 43 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41
HB: M.Buntine 71 C.Ellison 79 T.Rivers 24
C: J.Hunt 29 L.Dunstan 27 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 M.Brown 38 B.Laurie 16
F: K.Chandler 37 J.Van Rooyen 21 J.Melksham 18 
Foll: J.Bell 73 M.White 52 J.Munro 47
IC: R.Baldi 56 G.Churchill Grey 68 A.Moniz-Wakefield 36 F.Rosman 19 R.Valentine 65
Emerg: J.Carosella 48 B.Milford 74 M.Shepherd 16 R.Steele 54 
 
In: O.Baker M.Brown K.Chandler J.Melksham F.Rosman A.Tomlinson R.Valentine 
 
Out: T.Bedford T.McRae B.Milford M.Shepherd R.Steele Josh Smith S.Weideman 
 
GOLD COAST SUNS 
 
B: R.Nicholls 38 R.Thompson 16 P.Murtagh 42
HB: J.Sharp 20 M.Andrew 31 R.Atkins 2
C: A.Sexton 6 B.Fiorini 8 H.Paul Oea 46
HF: J.Tsitas 21 N.Moyle 49 C.Constable 33
F: J. Corbett 19 M. Conroy 48 E.Hollands 36
Foll: S.Day 12 D.Macpherson 44 J.McLennan 43
I/C: J.Eckersley 55 O.Faulkhead 37 J.Foggo 59 J.Lockett 58 R.Stone 53

Couldn't the Suns field emergencies there's at least 1 or 2 players that won't play out of Atkins, Day, Fiorini and Hollands.

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The odd man out among the seven “ins” for Casey is 19 year old former Oakleigh Chargers tall Ryan Valentine. All of the other inclusions for this week are Melbourne listed players while 196cm tall Valentine has been brought in to basically cover for Josh Smith who was very impressive on debut recently but was injured in the game against Collingwood VFL a fortnight ago. Ironically, Valentine who is on the Old Scotch VAFA roster was previously on the Magpies’ VFL list. He is expected to lend a hand in the ruck and forward duties. He was at the Chargers in their 2019 premiership squad and remained in their squads through to last year therefore was a teammate of previous number 1 draft picks in Matt Rowell, Jamara Ugle-Hagan as well as other elite draft selections in Noah Anderson and Nick Daicos and some other well-credentialed picks including our own Bailey Laurie so he should feel right at home playing with Casey.

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2 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

You’re on the Gold Coast, the weather’s perfect and you’re not going to be there in person?

I might get out there, depends on Mrs. Redlegs’ plans.

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5 hours ago, KC from Casey said:
This is definitely a danger game. The Suns have more depth on their list at this point in time than they have had for several seasons.

The Casey Demons have made seven changes to the team that beat Collingwood a fortnight ago. The team -

CASEY DEMONS

B: D.Smith 43 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41
HB: M.Buntine 71 C.Ellison 79 T.Rivers 24
C: J.Hunt 29 L.Dunstan 27 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 M.Brown 38 B.Laurie 16
F: K.Chandler 37 J.Van Rooyen 21 J.Melksham 18 
Foll: J.Bell 73 M.White 52 J.Munro 47
IC: R.Baldi 56 G.Churchill Grey 68 A.Moniz-Wakefield 36 F.Rosman 19 R.Valentine 65
Emerg: J.Carosella 48 B.Milford 74 M.Shepherd 16 R.Steele 54 
 
In: O.Baker M.Brown K.Chandler J.Melksham F.Rosman A.Tomlinson R.Valentine 
 
Out: T.Bedford T.McRae B.Milford M.Shepherd R.Steele Josh Smith S.Weideman 
 
GOLD COAST SUNS 
 
B: R.Nicholls 38 R.Thompson 16 P.Murtagh 42
HB: J.Sharp 20 M.Andrew 31 R.Atkins 2
C: A.Sexton 6 B.Fiorini 8 H.Paul Oea 46
HF: J.Tsitas 21 N.Moyle 49 C.Constable 33
F: J. Corbett 19 M. Conroy 48 E.Hollands 36
Foll: S.Day 12 D.Macpherson 44 J.McLennan 43
I/C: J.Eckersley 55 O.Faulkhead 37 J.Foggo 59 J.Lockett 58 R.Stone 53

Thanks KC.  We should crush them with that line up

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With Ryan Valentine debuting this week, there is only 3 listed Casey players who have not played a game yet this year (Aiden Quigley, Kyle Stainthorpe & Jarryd Baker)

Primary List
James Munro, Mitch White, Thomas Freeman, Jack Bell, Matthew Buntine, Zach Andrewartha, Aiden Quigley, Kyle Stainthorpe 

Development List
George Grey, Corey Ellison, Roan Steele, Riley Baldi, Luca Goonan, Bryce Milford, Ryan Koo, Tyler Edwards, Miles Shepherd, Tommy McCrae, Matthew Johnson, Harvey Neocleus, Wal Wuol, Josh Smith, Ryan Valentine, Jarryd Barker

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20 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

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Big game. Casey are flying undefeated while the Suns are % out of the 8 currently 11th and last week beat top 8 team GWS by 9 goals so it might be our biggest test yet.

Possible team:

B: D.Smith, Ellison, Buntine
HB: Hunt, Tomlinson, Rivers
C: Baker, Dunstan, Woewodin
HF: Melksham, van Rooyen, Laurie
F: Moniz-Wakefield, M.Brown, Chandler
FOLL: Bell, White, Munro
IC: McVee, Rosman, Grey, Josh Smith, Steele  

That team could beat Norf

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