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not a vintage performance but we got the 4 points. that's all that matters

umpiring not good. so blatantly biased. 

looks like May pulled up ok. played well and totally vindicated decision to select him, particularly first half.

4-1 is a great start to the season. we're in a great chance this year folks make no mistake.

Go Dees.

 

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Phew did what we had to do but geez won’t be watching the replay of that one. 

A win is a win is a win. 

Onto next week. 

GO DEES

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2 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

I salute Steven May.

Bog with broken ribs.

Never had the misfortune. Can't imagine it'd be fun if you needed to force one out 

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Said pregame I didn't care how it looked, just wanted the 4 points and no injuries. 

Really annoyed at Kozzie tbh. His lack of discipline really hurt us in the sf against Carlton last year and he still does dumb stuff like that. 

Still very pleased overall though

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Picket doesn’t seem to have learned anything from his last suspension. 

Looks like he might miss a week again. 

He needs to learn from his mistakes. 

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1 minute ago, layzie said:

Tom McDonald is looking a beauty 

Absolutely. I totally wrote him off at the start of the year, he is looking so bloody solid. 

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Good to win in different ways. Kicking for goal was very ordinary tonight. 

Good team effort. Loved Howes in the last.

Petracca best on ground.

Fritta three goals in third.

McVee in first half. 

 

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1 minute ago, Demon Disciple said:

Well we definitely know how to win ugly.

Lets hope for a change and turn it back in to poetry next week

We were absolutely cooked in the last. We put the foot down in the third knowing we would run out of gas in the last. That last quarter was just professional defensive slog. Brilliant. Don’t underestimate how tough these two games were. 

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2 minutes ago, buck_nekkid said:

I reckon we ran out of petrol off a 5 day break.  Did enough to win, then shut it down.  I’ll take the 8 points and roll on.

Just hung on. Our talls helped out with some last gasp marking. We were tired from a frantic port game.

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Job done.

Huge games from Trac and Maysie.

Jibba nails those two first half sitters and it doesn't even get close. 

Poor old BT sounded so deflated at the end. 😂

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