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6 Melksham

5 Brayshaw

4 Oliver

3 May

2 Hunt

1 Gawn

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12 minutes ago, Swooper1987 said:

6. Brayshaw

5. Melksham

4. Petty

3. Gawn

2. Viney

1. Hunt

I thought Oliver's lack of discipline nearly cost us the game.

Clarry's "lack of discipline" came after two centre bounces where he was blatantly blocked and held by Carlton's no. 43 (whomever he is). Yes, he shouldn't have responded the way he did, but FFS when will the umpires give Clarry the free kicks he deserves for this type of illegal manhandling off the ball?

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47 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Yeah did I watch a different game...?

Wtf did Petty do? 

Curnow might be the best forward in the game and he had the 1 mark and goal late which came from awful midfield defensive work from a stoppage and that was it for the game. I think it was Petty’s best pure defensive game of his career 

Have to put Melk one, but Petty’s a worthy 2.

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6 Angus Brayshaw

5 Jake Melksham

4 Max Gawn

3 Clayton Oliver

2 Jack Viney

1 Jayden Hunt

Honourable mentions;

Kysaiah Pickett

Christian Salem

Adjudication;

Despite the disparity of free kicks. forward fifty free kicks favoured the Blues. These are 'gold tickets' in close games. Fortunately Carlton's forwards couldn't  deliver.

Broadcasters;

Back to plan B contenders triumph pretenders sent packing.

Overall Comment;

Cathartic and season defining

 

 

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1 minute ago, Flower Magic said:

Clarry's "lack of discipline" came after two centre bounces where he was blatantly blocked and held by Carlton's no. 43 (whomever he is). Yes, he shouldn't have responded the way he did, but FFS when will the umpires give Clarry the free kicks he deserves for this type of illegal manhandling off the ball?

2 minutes ago, Flower Magic said:

Clarry's "lack of discipline" came after two centre bounces where he was blatantly blocked and held by Carlton's no. 43 (whomever he is). Yes, he shouldn't have responded the way he did, but FFS when will the umpires give Clarry the free kicks he deserves for this type of illegal manhandling off the ball?

Don't disagree as to why he was undisciplined but he needs to be better at evening up.  Gawn was blocked and held all night but still managed to play a composed and highly effective game.

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1 hour ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Goals win matches 

if you kick them or help them 

or if you stop them in crucial plays 

6!Petty

5 Melksham

4 Hunt

3 Brayshaw 

2 Gawn 

1 Clarry 

Apologies to Hibberd, Trac and JV

and to Kozzzzzzy  😘😘😘😘

however also needed to give out the 

🤡Bbb 💩Spargo 🥔Sparrow & ANB 

Bit mystified by the praise heaped on Petty. May was much better. And I thought Gawn was outstanding. Brayshaw had a heap of disposals, but many of them were terrible.

 

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6 Melksham

5 Brayshaw

4 May

3 Petty

2 Oliver

1 Viney

 

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17 minutes ago, Redlagged said:

Bit mystified by the praise heaped on Petty. May was much better. And I thought Gawn was outstanding. Brayshaw had a heap of disposals, but many of them were terrible.

 

May was excellent at times but had a couple of howler moments. Including the big gamble off McKay that gifted the goal and a smothered kick.

I liked Brayshaw’s game on Cripps around the ground. 

People get angry on here when you question Gus’ disposals but it was his standard throw it on the boot and pray it works out. And whilst it wasn’t Salo’s finest moment Gus drilled a 15m kick that was nearly impossible to mark just to mix it up from the bombing 

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9 hours ago, Nascent said:

6. Petty

5. Oliver 

4. May

3. Brayshaw

2. Hunt

1. Melk (could've had 6 snags)

That's tough.

But yep I  forgot to name Petty.

I even suggested moving him to ff.

But rightly someone pointed out how many goals we would leak.

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6- Brayshaw - clear BOG

5 -Petty - Just brilliant and only 21, 

4- Melksham - Already said my mea culpa

3- Gawn - Amazing game, only stood out on replay 

2- Viney - Love his strength.

Q-Tracc - Created and was his best game in 6 weeks.

Mentions:

Kozzie/Hunt/May/Oliver all stiff

Whole team contributed, awesome win that builds belief.

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