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5 hours ago, Brownie said:

Probably fits in with the age old Ipswich tradition of betting on dog fights.

We're pumped for tomorrow. Just been to Logan and bought a tricked up twin turbo Hyundai excel. We've fitted a brand new set of retreads to the rear. We'll be lighting her up with some victory donughts in the Springfield shopping centre car park after we win.

Booked in for a southern cross neck tatt this arvo.

Go Dees

Very funny Brownie - I’m surprised you survived the visit to Logan!!! 

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1 hour ago, Left Foot Snap said:

From the AFL website 

MELBOURNE

B: L.Birch 9 T.Gillard 17  
HB: S.Heath 30 M.Gay 3 S.Goldrick 23
C: S.Lampard 8 T.Hanks 5 B.Mackin 31
HF: A.Bannan 16 K.Paxman 4 K.Hore 10
F: D.Pearce - C 6 T.Harris 7
Foll: L.Pearce 15 O.Purcell 2 E.West 11
I/C: M.Chaplin 13 C.Sherriff 18 L.Mithen 14 E.Zanker 29 M.Fitzsimon 24  

Emerg: C.Wilson 20 J.Ivey 19 M.Caris 21  

In: None
Out: None

thanks for that ... LFS

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On 11/25/2022 at 4:30 PM, binman said:

What's your tip DIO?

It's head and heart stuff, tbh. Would never be happier to be proven wrong! To win, I reckon it'd have to be in a close one. We've got what it takes, just have to put it out there when it matters.

Re: the surface, apparently the team's official groundskeeper in Zanker has been telling teammates for a while that Springfield could be ready in time. Hopefully she's given it the tick of approval.

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Has been an excellent weekend so far, just waiting for a good result tomorrow,  and it will have been perfect. Will be watching what I can from Cote de Ivorie! I think it will be a cracking contest, both teams have real strengths and it will be a very tough game.

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