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On 21/02/2024 at 12:27, Demonland said:

Dynasty over * …

* using MFCSS practice match logic 😜

Make no mistake, Norf are stacked with at least six up and coming A graders of which a couple will be superstars. I watch them most weeks with my Norf mate and barrack along with him. I'd be shocked if they do not play finals consistently from 2027 onward.

And the good news is this . . .

They'll win a premiership before Essenscum, Pork Barrel Park, Sh&^mond and Meth Coke do.

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4 hours ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Yes - i know, but did we do enough to try and secure Gold Coasts Pick 4? Feels reminiscent of Max Holmes circa 2020 all over again. Were we caught sleeping at the wheel. 

Peak Demonland. 

Fretting over whether we did enough to try to get a higher pick than we had based on the performance of a player in a pre-season scratch match (against a likely bottom 6 with a true injury crisis at that).

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POWER SQUAD

1. Connor Rozee, 2. Sam Powell-Pepper, 3. Ryan Burton, 5. Dan Houston, 6. Kane Farrell, 7. Jase Burgoyne, 8. Josh Sinn, 9. Zak Butters, 10. Travis Boak, 11. Jeremy Finlayson, 12. Trent McKenzie, 13. Ivan Soldo, 14. Miles Bergman, 15. Willie Rioli, 16. Ollie Wines, 17. Tom Clurey, 18. Jason Horne-Francis, 19. Mitch Georgiades, 21. Aliir Aliir, 22. Charlie Dixon, 23. Dylan Williams, 24. Jordon Sweet, 25. Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, 26. Lachie Charleson, 27. Esava Ratugolea, 29. Tom Anastasopoulos, 30. Ollie Lord, 31. Francis Evans, 32. Tom Scully, 33. Darcy Byrne-Jones, 34. Lachie Jones, 36. Will Lorenz, 38. Dante Visentini, 41. Jed McEntee, 44. Jackson Mead, 45. Xavier Walsh

Notable absentees: Todd Marshall, Willem Drew, Quinton Narkle

CROWS SQUAD

1. Chayce Jones, 2. Ben Keays, 3. Sam Berry, 4. Lachlan Murphy, 5. Matt Crouch, 6. Dan Curtin, 7. Riley Thilthorpe, 8. Josh Rachele, 10. Luke Pedlar, 11. Charlie Edwards, 12. Jordan Dawson, 13. Taylor Walker, 15. Brayden Cook, 16. Max Michalanney, 17. Will Hamill, 19. Zak Taylor, 20. Mitch Hinge, 21. Chris Burgess, 22. Oscar Ryan, 23. Izak Rankine, 24. Josh Worrell, 25. Ned McHenry, 27. Luke Nankervis, 29. Rory Laird, 31. Billy Dowling, 32. Darcy Fogarty, 33. Brodie Smith, 34. Elliott Himmelberg, 35. James Borlase, 36. Karl Gallagher, 37. Patrick Parnell, 38. Lachlan Sholl, 40. Hugh Bond, 43. Reilly O’Brien, 44. Lachlan Gollant, 45. Kieran Strachan, 48. Mark Keane

Notable absentees: Rory Sloane, Wayne Milera, Jordon Butts, Harry Schoenberg, Nick Murray, Jake Soligo

MATCH FORMAT

4 x 28-minute periods, plus an additional two periods

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1 hour ago, brendan said:

Geez Powell pepper couldn’t have picked a worse time to bump someone in the head can see the AFL coming down hard 4+ weeks 

Absolutely. They’ll come down on him like a tonne of bricks. 

Same incident in Preliminary Finals week. Free to play. 

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2 hours ago, brendan said:

Geez Powell pepper couldn’t have picked a worse time to bump someone in the head can see the AFL coming down hard 4+ weeks 

It’s a bad incident, but the bloke spun him in a tackle.  No way he gets pinged for that. How is he supposed to know Rioli will spin him around.

Having said that where the heck is PP running? 

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10 minutes ago, Gawndy the Great said:

It’s a bad incident, but the bloke spun him in a tackle.  No way he gets pinged for that. How is he supposed to know Rioli will spin him around.

Having said that where the heck is PP running? 

He is playing at the elite level where split second decisions are what you are paid to make. He had time to tuck his shoulder in at full pace before hitting the player. Was he blindly running full pace at the pack not without care who he hit? 

There is no chance he will get off. 

Head high these days the assumption is guilt (except for Maynard).

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