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39 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Only if they merged with GCS.

Pokie money keeps them going

Aspley (suburb of Brisbane) was also supposed to join but couldn't afford it. Why are they in the VFL...why not..it's a weird competition

Ironic that the Demons moved away from pokies revenue   and yet like in NSW, many sporting clubs are funded and boosted by pokies $$$. Southport Sharks have a lot of cash to spend on players and it’s how they can compete at this level. They’ve dominated for many years in the QLD league and in the previous NEAFL.  

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57 minutes ago, Demons1858 said:

Sorry, I keep my eyes firmly focussed on the Casey team and ignore most of the other VFL results, so who the hell are the Southport Sharks? My quick research suggests they aren't aligned to anyone. Would they be the next team to come in from QLD otherwise why do they even play in a Victorian league. 

As a QLDer, perhaps a more pertinent point is why did the AFL choose to continue to call it the VFL when there were 6-8 teams from outside Victoria. This year down to five I believe with the likes of Aspley/Canberra dropping out.

But the VFL top 5 this year was 4 teams from outside Victoria, including 3 from the footy heartland of Queensland (sarcasm).

And yes, Southport are the biggest club in QLD with no alignment to any AFL club. They have a massive leagues club which means they're able to offer good money to ex-AFL players who'd rather spend their winters on the sunny Gold Coast.

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1 hour ago, Bates Mate said:

Moved forward just in case things might go over and we miss 5 minutes of , WAGs on a rotisserie at the Brownlow . 

When does the Brownlow start?? Surely the Casey GF going til 4:45 doesn’t influence it

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How cool for our Casey boys and our youngsters to play in the finals and Granny it will stand them in good stead for those that get the opportunity to represent the Dees in the future, TMac also sounded pretty chuffed to be playing in another Granny. Good luck and enjoy your big day boys. Go Casey Demons.❤️💙👍💕

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Let’s hope that Mark is elevated next year to Goody’s senior team he has earned his stripes and I love the way his team plays selfless footy.

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How come Casey get only 2 players in the VFL team of the year, one of whom (Mitch White) is on the bench? No Chandler or JVR? Moniz-Wakefield?

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42 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

Luke Dunstan in 5th place after 13 rounds of voting in the JJ Liston Trophy voting.

Not much chance of winning because he’s 7 votes behind and Casey still have a couple of byes and that final round defeat coming up.

Are you there KC?

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10 hours ago, 3183 Dee said:

How come Casey get only 2 players in the VFL team of the year, one of whom (Mitch White) is on the bench? No Chandler or JVR? Moniz-Wakefield?

My thoughts exactly. When a team is the minor premier and have only lost one game all season, while it’s not a given, it’s usually the case that they’d have more than just two players in the team of the year. 🤔 

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.intix.com.au/events/vflgrandfinal2022

 


Tickets can also be bought at the gate on the day. 


Don’t forget… it’s $15 for pensioners/concession (as opposed to $20 for adults) and kids under 15yo get in for free. 

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