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Excited at the possibility of McAdam playing. Listed last week as 1-2 weeks. With this being a Wednesday game, you would think we hold off. Next VFL after that is May 5th so another 11 days for him to get ready.

 

Couple of weeks later and he could get up for the trip to Perth...

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Can someone explain to me why this couldn't be a curtain raiser to the main game at the MCG ?

Or at least start this at 3:45 so punters could watch this game on the way to the MCG, or at least a couple of quarters.

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2 hours ago, Bystander said:

Can someone explain to me why this couldn't be a curtain raiser to the main game at the MCG ?

Or at least start this at 3:45 so punters could watch this game on the way to the MCG, or at least a couple of quarters.

Agree. At least say 3pm as the earliest start.  

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3 hours ago, Bystander said:

Can someone explain to me why this couldn't be a curtain raiser to the main game at the MCG ?

Or at least start this at 3:45 so punters could watch this game on the way to the MCG, or at least a couple of quarters.

Pretty sure it’s at Punt Road??

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11 hours ago, M_9 said:

Possible Casey line up KC or Werridee?

B: Freeman, Tomlinson, Adams

HB: Connelly, Turner, Moniz-Wakefield

C: Steele, Laurie, K. Brown 

HF: Sestan, Schache, McAdam

F: Jefferson, B. Brown, Fullerton 

FOLL: Verrall, White, Billings

IC: Farris-White, Moodie, Edwards, Cross, Shipp

I have Pickett, Hunter and Hore in the seniors replacing B. Brown, Billings and Salem

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14 hours ago, seventyfour said:

Excited at the possibility of McAdam playing. Listed last week as 1-2 weeks. With this being a Wednesday game, you would think we hold off. Next VFL after that is May 5th so another 11 days for him to get ready.

 

Couple of weeks later and he could get up for the trip to Perth...

He said he'd be ready for this week two weeks ago.  I took that to mean Anzac eve (but via Casey). 

I'd be very surprised if he isn't in the squad.

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That’s an impressive forward line

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On 22/04/2024 at 12:35, seventyfour said:

Excited at the possibility of McAdam playing. Listed last week as 1-2 weeks. With this being a Wednesday game, you would think we hold off. Next VFL after that is May 5th so another 11 days for him to get ready.

 

Couple of weeks later and he could get up for the trip to Perth...

If he’s passed fit he plays Wed after so long why delay him now? 

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15 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

B: Freeman, Tomlinson, Adams

HB: Connelly, Turner, Moniz-Wakefield

C: Steele, Laurie, K. Brown 

HF: Sestan, Schache, McAdam

F: Jefferson, B. Brown, Fullerton 

FOLL: Verrall, White, Billings

IC: Farris-White, Moodie, Edwards, Cross, Shipp

I have Pickett, Hunter and Hore in the seniors replacing B. Brown, Billings and Salem

Why Billings on the ball and Kynan on the wing. If either sectioning the AFL they would ideally be in the positions I have suggested. 

Outfield work has been interesting even underwhelming at times and Kynan looks as good a mid under the three champs plus Sparrow and the cameo kids Kossie Riv and also Salem  when fit. 

I bet when he gets his chance he won’t give it up without an almighty fight. 

But that’s the trick how does he get his chance? 

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1 hour ago, 58er said:

Why Billings on the ball and Kynan on the wing. If either sectioning the AFL they would ideally be in the positions I have suggested. 

Outfield work has been interesting even underwhelming at times and Kynan looks as good a mid under the three champs plus Sparrow and the cameo kids Kossie Riv and also Salem  when fit. 

I bet when he gets his chance he won’t give it up without an almighty fight. 

But that’s the trick how does he get his chance? 

I have Billings on the ball and Kynan on the wing because Billings is more experienced Brown needs to build up before I put him on the ball. I could have put Sestan on the ball and Kynan or Billings on a flank but decided against it.

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29 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

I have Billings on the ball and Kynan on the wing because Billings is more experienced Brown needs to build up before I put him on the ball. I could have put Sestan on the ball and Kynan or Billings on a flank but decided against it.

In the VFL that’s  where experience is gained. What a ridiculous reason. The more Kynan gets of playing on the ball the better he will get and be ready for AFL. 

Crazy selection and I know VFL can make some moves but it’s there for discovering senior AFL players fgs.

Kynan is unlucky and really deserves an opportunity as he has done well considering byes and lack of opportunities. Need to fast track him like Windsor. 

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RICHMOND vs CASEY DEMONS

 

Wednesday 24 April, 2:05pm, Swinburne Centre
Head-to-Head: Richmond 7-5; At Swinburne Centre: Casey Demons 4-3; Streak: Richmond 1; Last Time: Richmond 14.10 94 def Casey Demons 11.16 82 (April 23, 2023, Swinburne Centre)

RICHMOND

B: N. Guiney (62), M. El Nour (57), T. Brindley (61)
HB: K. Smith (49), J. Garner (53), C. Harris (54)
C: A. Johnson (51), L. Street (55), L. George (67)*
HF: M. Coulthard (26), S. Green (48), C. Olden (58)
F: A. May (71), N. Cumberland (38), J. Koschitzke (20)
R: S. Ryan (32), T. Sonsie (40), L. Wilson (82)
INT: W. Bravo (70), H. White (56), S. Davidson (73), L. Thomas (72), J. Feneley (64)
EMG: L. Haddara (80), H. Scott (74)

IN: J. Garner, S. Green, J. Koschitzke, T. Sonsie, L. Thomas

OUT: S. Banks, S. Naismith (AFL), J. Clarke (knee), J. Nathan (knee), M. Yassine (foot)
NEW: Liam Thomas, 20, 198cm, Old Camberwell

CASEY DEMONS

B: M. Hore (27), A. Tomlinson (20), L. Connolly (55)
HB: M. Gregory (57), J. Adams (26), A. Moniz-Wakefield (45)
C: T. Edwards (58), K. Tholstrup (39), N. Moodie (74)
HF: O. Sestan (38), T. Fullarton (33), K. Brown (41)
F: B. Brown (50), J. Schache (19), R. Steele (54)
R: W. Verrall (28), M. White (52), L. Hunter (12)
INT: T. Freeman (67), M. Szybkowski (56), K. Windsor (66)*, M. Jefferson (21), S. McAdam (23)
EMG: H. Neocleous (75), C. Peters (63), B. Laplanche (68), J. Bell (73), R. Goerge (71)

IN: B. Brown, M. Gregory, M. Hore, S. McAdam, K. Tholstrup

OUT: B. Laurie, D. Turner (AFL), K. Farris-White (managed), P. Cross (hamstring), B. Laplanche
NEW: Marty Hore, 28, 191cm, Williamstown; Shane McAdam, 28, 186cm, Adelaide AFL

UMPIRES
FIELD: 15.Scott Simpson, 18.Jack Howard, 44.Sam Hurford. BOUNDARY: James Brayshaw, Chris Esler (AFL), Corey Malcolm, Lachlan Wright. GOAL: Josh Hickman, Tayla Manning.

 

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Jack Bell listed in the emergencies. Could definitely come in and do a job in the ruck if required. 

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18 minutes ago, Tarax Club said:

Jack Bell listed in the emergencies. Could definitely come in and do a job in the ruck if required. 

Awesome, I thought he left.

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B: Hore, Tomlinson, Freeman

HB: Connelly, Adams, Moniz-Wakefield

C: Steele, Tholstrup, Hunter

HF: McAdam, Jefferson, K. Brown

F: Fullerton, B. Brown, Schache

FOLL: Verrall, White, Sestan

IC: Gregory, Moodie, Edwards, Szybkowski, K. Windsor

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Am I correct in assuming one of Tholstrup, Brown or Hore will be held over for tonight's game?

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10 hours ago, KC from Casey said:

UMPIRES
FIELD: 15.Scott Simpson, 18.Jack Howard, 44.Sam Hurford. BOUNDARY: James Brayshaw, Chris Esler (AFL), Corey Malcolm, Lachlan Wright. GOAL: Josh Hickman, Tayla Manning.

 

Any relation?

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10 hours ago, Tarax Club said:

Jack Bell listed in the emergencies. Could definitely come in and do a job in the ruck if required. 

Whatever happened to Bell?  Had a reasonable season in 2021.  Stepped things up at times in 22 and a flag.

2023 unsighted from what i recall and now sits on the emergency list?

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