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Gawn - reasserted his dominance 

Viney - impressive tagging role

Petracca - excellent second half

Billings - important and effective 

May - dominated his opponents

Oliver - prolific and important 

McDonald - was impressively dominant 

Salem - better second half

Rivers - less fumbling today

Chandler - took his chances

Pickett - important, not prolific 

Langdon - continued mediocre form

Lever - strong and resilient 

McVee - reliable and steady

Howes - continued impressive performance 

Hore - made transition seamlessly 

Brown - a welcome return 

Windsor - learning the ropes

Van Rooyen - limited but effective 

Neal Bullen - some important touches

Sparrow - was rarely noticed

Fritsch - disappointing kicking skills

Woewodin - had little involvement 

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joeboy; add some pizzazz!  

Ok solid overall with very little to disagree about.

Ed Langdon must be the new whipping boy out on the Canterbury line. 

18 disciplined disposals at 88%+ DE makes him a solid team contributor. 

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Melbourne - great team effort. 

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Pretty fair report 
but 

Langdon getting better slowly 

Jvr slow start, better

BBB  everywhere man thankyou 

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3 hours ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - reasserted his dominance 

Viney - impressive tagging role

Petracca - excellent second half

Billings - important and effective 

May - dominated his opponents

Oliver - prolific and important 

McDonald - was impressively dominant 

Salem - better second half

Rivers - less fumbling today

Chandler - took his chances

Pickett - important, not prolific 

Langdon - continued mediocre form

Lever - strong and resilient 

McVee - reliable and steady

Howes - continued impressive performance 

Hore - made transition seamlessly 

Brown - a welcome return 

Windsor - learning the ropes

Van Rooyen - limited but effective 

Neal Bullen - some important touches

Sparrow - was rarely noticed

Feitsch - disappointing kicking skills

Woewodin - had little involvement 

The (Duke of) Windsor.  A star in the making.  Yes, I know.  Not 3 words, but geez this young kid is impressive.

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6 hours ago, I'va Worn Smith said:

The (Duke of) Windsor.  A star in the making.  Yes, I know.  Not 3 words, but geez this young kid is impressive.

"Duke' is taken already...

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3 hours ago, Demon Dynasty said:

"Duke' is taken already...

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EARL SPALDING was one of my favourite players of that era, I think we just gave him away to Carltank for nothing?🤨🤮

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34 minutes ago, picket fence said:

EARL SPALDING was one of my favourite players of that era, I think we just gave him away to Carltank for nothing?🤨🤮

Yep ditto Mr Fence.

In the end we / he couldn't quite correct his wayward set shot kicking for goal so we moved him on.  Everything else was good imho.

Unfortunately he improved that aspect to a fair degree at Carltank & as you would already know, went on to play in their '95' flag.

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14 hours ago, Tarax Club said:

joeboy; add some pizzazz!  Ok solid overall with very little to disagree about.

Ed Langdon must be the new whipping boy out on the Canterbury line. 18 disciplined disposals at 88%+ DE makes him a solid team contributor. 

Agree. I think Ed's form from the Carlton game has been good. Looks to be on the improve compared to 2023. Covered a lot of ground yesterday to plug spaces and a lot of that running he does knowing it won't be rewarded with possession but potentially saves/sets up scores 

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3 hours ago, picket fence said:

EARL SPALDING was one of my favourite players of that era, I think we just gave him away to Carltank for nothing?🤨🤮

didnt get along with the coach

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May - spring heel jack

Kade - chin, chin, chin

Clarrie - O M G

Roo - kicked 3 goals

BBB - fountain of youth

Howes - plays like Hore

Hore - plays like Howes

Windsor - so much potential

Viney - umps new friend

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Windsor - love his poise

Woey - tried too hard (will be better when more settled)

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2 hours ago, Winners at last said:

Why do you call Clarry 'Choo choo' ?

THIS SHOULD EXPLAIN EVERYTHING

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CLARRY CHOO CHOO EXPRESS!!🤩

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On 17/03/2024 at 17:11, joeboy said:

Gawn - reasserted his dominance 

Viney - impressive tagging role

Petracca - excellent second half

Billings - important and effective 

May - dominated his opponents

Oliver - prolific and important 

McDonald - was impressively dominant 

Salem - better second half

Rivers - less fumbling today

Chandler - took his chances

Pickett - important, not prolific 

Langdon - continued mediocre form

Lever - strong and resilient 

McVee - reliable and steady

Howes - continued impressive performance 

Hore - made transition seamlessly 

Brown - a welcome return 

Windsor - learning the ropes

Van Rooyen - limited but effective 

Neal Bullen - some important touches

Sparrow - was rarely noticed

Fritsch - disappointing kicking skills

Woewodin - had little involvement 

Another good effort Joe.

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19 hours ago, Jontee said:

May - spring heel jack

Kade - chin, chin, chin

Clarrie - O M G

Roo - kicked 3 goals

BBB - fountain of youth

Howes - plays like Hore

Hore - plays like Howes

Windsor - so much potential

Viney - umps new friend

BBB - Hair is back!

Howes - plays like Mcvee?

Mcvee - plays like Howes?

Clarry - Mighty Fine Sight

Windsor - Lightning Bolt Colt

Billings - Connection Dissection Resurrection

Hore - Belated Party Marty

Chin - Billy Goat Tough

May - Took Angry Pills?

ANB - Added Some Tricks

 

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