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Last week Christian Petracca retook the outright lead in the Demonland Player of the Year Award from Max Gawn, Steven May, Alex Neal-Bullen & Jack Viney. Your votes for the loss against the Lions. 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

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Tmac - 6 votes 

Max Gawn - 5 votes 

Ed Langdon - 4 votes

Caleb Windsor - 3 votes

Rivers - 2 votes

Chandler - 1 vote

I really struggled after the top 3...

The rest of the team deserve negative votes.

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5 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

Tmac - 6 votes 

Max Gawn - 5 votes 

Ed Langdon - 4 votes

Caleb Windsor - 3 votes

Rivers - 2 votes

Chandler - 1 vote

I really struggled after the top 3...

The rest of the team deserve negative votes.

Windsor? Rated 40th out of 46 players. Ten disposals. Don’t get me wrong, I love him, but let’s be realistic. 

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2 minutes ago, Fanatique Demon said:

Windsor? Rated 40th out of 46 players. Ten disposals. Don’t get me wrong, I love him, but let’s be realistic. 

To be honest I didn't want to give more votes after my top 3, so take them with a grain of salt.

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6 Gawn - our only clear winner.

5 Rivers - a very good first half

4 Chandler - the only player up forward that looked dangerous.

3 T.Mac / solid game down back mainly on Gardiner. Should have been sent forward and swapped with Petty at halftime but the coach was also in bye mode.

2 Langdon - ran hard all night.

1 Viney - beaten badly in the first half like all our midfielders but came out after half time and provided a gutsy spark.

 

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6. Gawn - did everything

 

that’s about it for tonight although lingers is stiff to not get any votes from me 

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I'm tempted to give Salem six for escaping the slaughter, but here goes on a night to forget:

6 Gawn - the leader no one followed.

5 Lever - worked overtime under constant pressure due to non-existent midfield.

4 McDonald - slow but reliable.

3 Chandler - worked hard throughout.

2 Rivers - good in bursts.

1 Langdon - often had to lend a hand in defence.

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6: Max Gawn
sorry but that’s it!

Really bad night.

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21 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

Tmac - 6 votes 

Max Gawn - 5 votes 

Ed Langdon - 4 votes

Caleb Windsor - 3 votes

Rivers - 2 votes

Chandler - 1 vote

I really struggled after the top 3...

The rest of the team deserve negative votes.

I thought these were the Top 4    after that   they should pay us money for watching tripe.  Though JVR, Fritta and BBB at least kept playing in the 4th.   I think we needed the break, we were always just a touch of pace , behind them and not up with the ball.  Just disa ppointed

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Easy selection tonight 

Max Gawn -  6 votes 

Tom Mcd - 5 votes 

Ed Langdon - 4 votes

Trent Rivers - 3 votes

Jake Lever  - 2 votes

Steven May - 1 vote

apologies to Sparrow Windsor and McVee who tried 

first time that Trac, JV7 or Clarry are not in the votes. They were horrible tonight and completely annihilated by Lions mids. 
 

Very poor  - BBB, JVR, Fritta, Petty 

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6. Gawn

5. McDonald

4. Rivers

3. Langdon

2. Chandler

1. May

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6 - Max by a country mile.

5 - Trent Rivers

4 - Tom McDonals

3 - Kade Chandler

2 - Jake Lever

1 - Steven May

our midfield was the poorest that I can remember for some time, they all need a spell.

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6 - Gawn
5 - TMac
4 - Lever
3 - Rivers
2 - Langdon
1 - May

TMac should be in everyone's votes. I thought he was really, really good tonight.

The backs (TMac, Lever, Rivers, May) deserve credit and I hope internally the club is applauding their efforts. With the amount of time the ball spent in our defensive half, most other sides would have conceded far more than 22 scoring shots.

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6.Gawn by a mile

then 

5. Rivers

4. Tom Mac

3. Lever

2. Langdon

1. May

Our defence did a superb job given the non-existent performance of our midfield (Gawn aside).

 

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6-McDonald - the only player who comprehensively won his position 

5- Gawn

4- Rivers

3- Chandler

2- Langdon 

1- Lever

On ballers have a night they would want to forget. Never seen Clarry Trac and Viney all stink simultaneously 

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