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We are still flying undefeated while Carlton are hanging in the 8 in 7th spot with 10 wins and previously lost to lowly Williamstown in their last game.

Possible team

B: D.Smith, Turner, McVee

HB: Bowey, Tomlinson, Baker

C: Howes, Dunstan, Woewodin

HF: Melksham, M.Brown, Chandler

F:  Joel.Smith, Weideman, Bedford

FOLL: Josh.Smith, Sparrow, Laurie

IC: White, Munro, Baldi, Buntine, Valentine

 

I'm hoping Harmes replaces Sparrow and van Rooyen comes in as a big body for Melksham. Don't think Hunt will be dropped for one bad game but Bowey could come in for him.

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4 hours ago, COOLX said:

How tall and heavy is  Josh Smith

I think he's 196 cms and 95-100 kgs

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On 8/9/2022 at 1:44 AM, WERRIDEE said:

We are still flying undefeated while Carlton are hanging in the 8 in 7th spot with 10 wins and previously lost to lowly Williamstown in their last game.

Possible team

B: D.Smith, Turner, McVee

HB: Bowey, Tomlinson, Baker

C: Howes, Dunstan, Woewodin

HF: Melksham, M.Brown, Chandler

F:  Joel.Smith, Weideman, Bedford

FOLL: Josh.Smith, Sparrow, Laurie

IC: White, Munro, Baldi, Buntine, Valentine

 

I'm hoping Harmes replaces Sparrow and van Rooyen comes in as a big body for Melksham. Don't think Hunt will be dropped for one bad game but Bowey could come in for him.

Hunt dropped? bad game? What game was that. The one he played lock down small back and he kept Ginnivan completely out of the game??

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5 hours ago, BangBnagBang said:

Hunt dropped? bad game? What game was that. The one he played lock down small back and he kept Ginnivan completely out of the game??

Agree. I’d be looking at Sparrow and Melksham as the outs. Hunt was okay in a defensive role.  He might get one of Blues small forwards again this week.  

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7 hours ago, BangBnagBang said:

Hunt dropped? bad game? What game was that. The one he played lock down small back and he kept Ginnivan completely out of the game??

He only played o him for a little bit it was mainly Lever.

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8 hours ago, Bystander said:

How many listed players is that ?

17

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4 hours ago, Fat Tony said:

Can we please include the game time and venue on the first post werridee?

I can't believe it's that hard, 12pm Sunday, at Casey

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43 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

SENSATIONAL SELECTION NEWS: JAKE SPENCER IS BACK!!!

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That’s right. Thirty-two year old Jake Spencer who was last on the Melbourne list in 2017 and stands at 203cm is back in town!!!

CASEY DEMONS

B: D.Turner 42 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41
HB: M.Buntine 71 C.Ellison 79 J.Bowey 17
C: B.Howes 22 L.Dunstan 27 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 S.Weideman 26 R.Steele 54
F: B.Laurie 16 J.Van Rooyen 21 M.Brown 38
Foll: J.Bell 73 M.White 52 J.Harmes 4
IC: K.George 49 J.Munro 47 D.Smith 34 Joel Smith 44 J.Spencer 60
Emerg: G.Grey 68 T.Macrae 76 B.Milford 74 M.Shepherd 77

In: J.Bell K.George J.Harmes J.McVee D.Smith J.Spencer R.Steele S.Weideman

Out: R.Baldi T.Bedford K.Chandler A.Moniz-Wakefield A.Quigley M.Shepherd Josh Smith R.Valentine
 

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20 minutes ago, Red and Blue realist said:

Are Bedford and Chandler injured or being rested - we've got the game next week on the Friday night so I'd think a few more might come out of this team.

Perhaps some late switches for this weekend with Kozzy said to be under an injury cloud?

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Flooding back with memories of Gawns break out game against geelong in (2016? 2017?) With the great Spencil. Cool to see him back.

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35 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

That’s right. Thirty-two year old Jake Spencer who was last on the Melbourne list in 2017 and stands at 203cm is back in town!!!

CASEY DEMONS

B: D.Turner 42 A.Tomlinson 20 J.McVee 41
HB: M.Buntine 71 C.Ellison 79 J.Bowey 17
C: B.Howes 22 L.Dunstan 27 O.Baker 33
HF: T.Woewodin 40 S.Weideman 26 R.Steele 54
F: B.Laurie 16 J.Van Rooyen 21 M.Brown 38
Foll: J.Bell 73 M.White 52 J.Harmes 4
IC: K.George 49 J.Munro 47 D.Smith 34 Joel Smith 44 J.Spencer 60
Emerg: G.Grey 68 T.Macrae 76 B.Milford 74 M.Shepherd 77

In: J.Bell K.George J.Harmes J.McVee D.Smith J.Spencer R.Steele S.Weideman

Out: R.Baldi T.Bedford K.Chandler A.Moniz-Wakefield A.Quigley M.Shepherd Josh Smith R.Valentine
 

So there is still some lead in the old Spencil!

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11 hours ago, Red and Blue realist said:

Are Bedford and Chandler injured or being rested - we've got the game next week on the Friday night so I'd think a few more might come out of this team.

In isolation maybe?

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Love big Jake Spencer. Interesting to see him running around at Casey.
 

He is one of the friendliest blokes ever at the club. Always willing to have a chat and a photo with the kids. Great to see him recently with his own young family.  He’s the sort of bloke you want around a footy club. He’ll look after the young blokes if there’s a bit of physical stuff thrown around too. 

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