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7 minutes ago, Roost it far said:

Turner played forward and dominated, 31 marks, 15 goals 2 behinds, 17 tackles, 133 pressure acts, 41 goal assists and 2 smothers. Grundy had 128 hit outs, 98 to advantage and kicked 2 with 33 disposals and 14 marks. JJ had 56 disposals, 45 contested, 2200m gained and kicked 3.

You forgot to mention Spargo's ten screamers and 20 goals

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1 hour ago, Roost it far said:

Turner played forward and dominated, 31 marks, 15 goals 2 behinds, 17 tackles, 133 pressure acts, 41 goal assists and 2 smothers. Grundy had 128 hit outs, 98 to advantage and kicked 2 with 33 disposals and 14 marks. JJ had 56 disposals, 45 contested, 2200m gained and kicked 3.

Good thing we're bringing in Schache then.

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1 hour ago, Roost it far said:

Turner played forward and dominated, 31 marks, 15 goals 2 behinds, 17 tackles, 133 pressure acts, 41 goal assists and 2 smothers. Grundy had 128 hit outs, 98 to advantage and kicked 2 with 33 disposals and 14 marks. JJ had 56 disposals, 45 contested, 2200m gained and kicked 3.

Turner also kicked 18 behinds which worried me

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So desperately short that whilst watching a Dees staffer said, we are one short can you make up numbers in a pocket?? Well why not I said... Result?? A lazy 5 snags at 100% efficiency😁

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8 hours ago, Spit Demon said:

If he is ready, why not? Marlion Pickett debut was a GF, went pretty good from memory.

Just saying...

Dermot Brereton says hello.

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4 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

And Moniz-Wakefield … to debut? He’s highly unlikely to get a game this week but I like his goalsense and fwd line pressure. Could replace Chin but 1-2% chance only 

AMW stayed on the park after training today and was doing some extra work with ANB and a trainer.

Not sure it means anything and if it does think we're clutching at straws.

 

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