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Fitness tests this week for Gay, Duffy & Ivey. It would be great to get a game into Maddy Gay before the finals.

https://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/1241545/aflw-injury-update-demons-to-face-tests

The team will know exactly what is required when they take the field on Saturday afternoon. With a 50 point differential going into the final round, I'm assuming we'll need to win by close to 15 goals to get top spot. Difficult, but not completely impossible if we take our chances and get some favourable conditions.

 

 

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Another 50-gamer!!!

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Try to get to Casey Fields this Saturday to cheer on our awesome team! ❤️💙

Match starts at 1:10pm. 
 

GO DEES!!!

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22 minutes ago, george_on_the_outer said:

As much as it hurts to say it.......Go Pies!

A draw would be better as that means the filth don't win but we can still grab top spot.

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On 10/27/2022 at 8:31 AM, poita said:

…... With a 50 point differential going into the final round, I'm assuming we'll need to win by close to 15 goals to get top spot. Difficult, but not completely impossible if we take our chances and get some favourable conditions.

 

 

I don’t think that is quite the case Poita.

The pies have quite a strong back half. If they can keep the Lions to 35 points while scoring 27 points themselves the Lions will end up with a percentage of exactly 250%

If we then can keep the Eagles to 9 points (which is what we have done the last 3 weeks) and score 41 ourselves we end up with a percentage of 250.5

In the above scenario if we score 1 point less both teams end up exactly on 250%. No idea what happens here but maybe the Lions get top spot because they beat us during the year??

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55 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

Congratulations Sarah 50 great and reliable games. And some big ones to follow over the next month. 

Showing  the Demon Spirit each day on the field for us. All the best. 

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I'm sorry that I got suspended. It was meant to be a joke I'll choose my words more carefully next time. Like the team. Gay is a huge in. Don't give up on top spot yet a 100 point margin could be on the cards if they play to there best. West Coast aren't much chop.

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Well, it’s not raining. So there’s that.

Not expecting a big crowd today because interstate side. But those of us who are there will be bringing the noise!!!

GO THE MIGHTY DEES!!!!

❤️💙❤️💙❤️💙❤️💙

 

Us by 44 points 😍

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We need a 5 goal first quarter to get us going and keep the foot down from there

Looking like soggy conditions so it's a big big ask but you never know

The Eagles are terrible so we'll win big but I just can't see us winning by the 90 odd points required.

Dees by 60 points I reckon

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Tough conditions with that wind. Doing well with us controlling the game, we hunt the ball and the opposition. Plenty of ball movement by hand, the women can trust each other as there is always an outside runner. We are wrestling in our forward 50 where the game has been played. Need to create a bit more space in there.

Paxman, Lampard, Hanks, West, Goldy, Lauren and Purcell leading the way.

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