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Last week Captain Max Gawn overtook reigning champion Christian Petracca in the Demonland Player of the Year Award. Steven May, Jack Viney & Alex Neal-Bullen make up the Top 5. Your votes for the win against the Tigers. 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

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6. Gawn

5. Lever

4. Turner

3. May

2. Langdon

1. Rivers

Strange that Lever and May did not lay a single tackle. 

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The Max

Lever

May

Kozie

nobody else worth worrying about

Played soft all night

 

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1, Gawn

=2, Lever, Awesome game.

=2, Disco, (3 by a thin margin)

4, Langdon, only bloke who didn't make a mess

5, May

6, Kozzie almost 5

Billings much better, Howes good, McVee all better than Brisbane game. Kozzie 

Clangers on both sides off the charts, Windsor/Chandler/Sparrow/Petty will get better, we have a large enough sample size to know this.

I am still 'Buy' on Petty, his running looked better, had a bad case of fumbles, not attitude.

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6/ gawn

5/ May 

4/ lever

3/ rivers

2/. Ann 

1/  ?? Oliver 

i did think  our younger players actually seem as if they really belong

McVee Turner Woey Windsor evan Bill late but the game Was over. But far more pleased than last week 

Go Dee’s 

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3 minutes ago, bluey said:

 

nobody else worth worrying about

 

Really ? Nothing for Disco?

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6. Max

5. Lever

4. May

3. Turner 

2. Kozzie

1. Rivers

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5 minutes ago, DEE fence said:

Really ? Nothing for Disco?No, he looks small and skinny, balls falling into his arms,, good luck from here

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Gee, what a messy game: but-
 

6: Gawn

5: Lever

4: May

3: Rivers

2: Langdon

1: Turner

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1 minute ago, bluey said:
8 minutes ago, DEE fence said:

Really ? Nothing for Disco?No, he looks small and skinny, balls falling into his arms,, good luck from here

Yeah it was his skinny body that slotted it from 40 odd on a tight angle. Suggest you watch Bluey to find a bit more joy for a young bloke.

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25 minutes ago, Maldonboy38 said:

6. Gawn

5. Lever

4. Turner

3. May

2. Langdon

1. Rivers

Strange that Lever and May did not lay a single tackle. 

They didn't need to, they just kept marking the ball instead.

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