PICKET FENCE'S TRAINING REPORT
JACK VINEY, MATT JEFFERSON, CHRISTIAN SALEM. Also Did not see ADAM TOMLINSON
INJURIES MODIFIED DUTIES
MAX, JOEL SMITH, ANB, AMW,( NO 47 Not sure who ) and during training CLARRY ( More on this latter)
SKILLS , DRILLS AND MANOUVERS
After warm ups and Run Throughs, players broke of into 3 Groups doing a variety of
Close in Handball through traffic to hit clean target with players pressuring.
One on one groundh
DEMONLAND’S TRAINING REPORT
Lever (in runners but kicking the ball well and seems to be moving well), Max (not present), Melksham, Howes, AMW, J Smith - then later joined by the following not participating in contract drills/Match SIM - Brown, Spargo, D Turner, Verrall, Adams
Stafford was out early with Grundy & Verrall doing ruck drills.
May, Bowey, Trac, JVR, Rivers, Sestan, Nibbler, Kozzie, Grundy, Hunter, Harmes, Fritsch, Laurie, Jord
WIZARD333'S TRAINING REPORT
I went down and it was locked out for first hour but could see through fence then allowed in.
Max Gawn ran laps — it looks like a 3 to 4 week injury.
Andy Moniz-Wakefield ran laps.
Blake Howes was taken off late as was on restricted minutes.
Adam Tomlinson loudest on track and a leader - surprised me but won't be in best 25.
Jake Lever on bike and walking up n down stairs, yelling out as he does.
Melky copped a niggle so ran laps but
TOUGH KENT'S TRAINING REPORT
I journeyed out to Casey today and was fortunate enough to watch two quarters of match simulation. Here is a brief rundown of random occurrences/thoughts.
First of all, there was no Jake Lever (ankle) or Joel Smith involved. AMW is still in rehab and was running strongly.
It was Blue (Probables) v Red (Possibles) JvR was in blue. Ben Brown, T-Mac, Hibbo and Tom Sparrow were in red.
Gus Brayshaw started at half back for blue and stayed there all game.
DEE ZEPHYR'S TRAINING REPORT
Morning all. First time at Goschs for a while, there’s a scoreboard set up which I’ve never seen here before. Possible match sim?
Williams yelling out to players to get their hands off hips during drills. Gus looks fine to me.
Absolutely., first two mins of match sim and his kicking is exquisite on both sides. He’s moving incredibly well.
Some observations from a match sim drill that lasted about 15-20 mins.
The purpose se
STINGA'S TRAINING REPORT
Went with a friend to watch training this morning. They have 3 sets of temporary grandstands set up next to the rooms for spectators and get a good view of everything.
Fritsch was the only absentee and J Smith was on the bike for the whole session.
Everyone in their own numbers except JVR in 44, Kye Turner is 47 and Burgoyne 33.
Started off with goal kicking which has been described before.
Then an agility routine where where they ducked aroun
REDLEGS23'S TRAINING REPORT
Got to training about 9:50 & headed off by 11:30.
Rehab / Light Drills:
• Jed Adams
• Kyah Farris-White
• Will Varrall
• I think i spotted Joel Smith, but could be wrong.
The above doing light drills. Andy Moniz-Wakefield & Trent Burgoyne doing seperate laps / runs for the whole session.
James Harmes, Angus Brayshaw & Steven May all started with the main group but then progressed to light duties / laps for the remainder of th
WAYNE WUSSELL'S TRAINING REPORT
Haven’t noticed Oliver, Petracca and Hunter, just about everyone else accounted for.
J Smith striding out in rehab. BB taking lots of shots on goal after session marking in goal square v Stafford
Younger players tending to float short passes to leading forward (D Smith, 33, 39, KF-S) while Petracca, Viney, Kossie, ANB shoot hard and low bullets
Harmes, Verall, & Adams doing agility, ball handling
JVR stand out in te
DEESPENCER'S TRAINING REPORT
The 4 unsighted Kozzy, Petty, Hunter and Oliver . Lots of players in different numbers making it confusing.
Brayshaw mostly doing some kick to kick and repeat jogging with Adams and Verrell.
May and Harmes were in more drills then pulled out for light stuff.
Burgoyne, Deak and Joel Smith on light duties. Joel did some solid repeat sprints. AMW on the watt bike.
For a solid period they split in to 3 groups. Group A did a drill from the half fo
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