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Emphatic.

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A win. Yippee.

Well great comeback from our captain.
Oliver well and truly back.
Chandler some much needed signs of old.
May absolutely rock solid down back. Nice game from Billings and Hore.
The biggest take away for me was Bbbs performance.
Didn't kill it but a very good serviceable game nonetheless. Our best tall fwd.
Tmac pretty good down back.
That's two key talls I had in all honesty pretty much written off. Im having some humble pie for dinner. Tx all.

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1 minute ago, adonski said:

A moment needs to be taken, to try and comprehend playing Laurie and Spargo ahead of Billings last week

Especially when Spargo had such a poor end to the pre season 

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So happy for Clarry, hopefully todays performance indicates his personal life is moving in the right direction as well :)

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  • T Mac a disturbingly competent game, didn't see that coming..
  • Chandler best game for 6 months
  • Windsor & Howes both belong
  • Sparrow better hope Tholstrup is miles off...
  • Billings miles ahead of Laurie, Spargo......how didn't he start round 0!?
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Much better and there’s still improvement - like fritta not missing what he’d usually kick. 

Billings and Chandler great (let’s hope it sparks momentum, like his work out back as well), Clarry awesome to see. Tmac handy and BBB looked good. Maxy immense. 

Generally kept them at bay and monstered them at the end.

103-44 after the 20-6 fast start to the dogs. 

Let’s consolidate against the hawks next week to give us confidence and momentum for a tough few weeks after that. 

Go Dees!

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Very good win! We looked like a very different side to last week. We actually looked to use the corridor more and take the game on. Good signs.

Gawn was BOG for me. He absolutely monstered English. Oliver, May, Trac and Viney were also very good.

Also a special shout to Billings. He should never have been used as a sub against the Swans. His ball use was brilliant.

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Great win, loved seeing our game style in action today. Comprehensive win, no passengers today. 

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