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Two teams performing well below last year’s levels meet at Casey. The Demons will be depleted but could sure use a full squad to play out a game.

Casey Demons vs Brisbane Lions at Casey Fields, Saturday 18 May, 2024 at 11:05am

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A bye would have been more sensible if this joke of a competition was better organised.

Stupid fixture given that Lions AFL team are playing in Brisbane on Saturday night so they'll be keeping back players as well.

Should be Brisbane v Richmond on Sunday morning

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How many afl listed players do we think Casey will have?  Might just be a handful. With all the night games we have been playing my little man hasn’t been able to see his Demons for over a month. I might make the trek out for this one. 

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On 15/05/2024 at 02:03, KC from Casey said:

Two teams performing well below last year’s levels meet at Casey. The Demons will be depleted but could sure use a full squad to play out a game.

Casey Demons vs Brisbane Lions at Casey Fields, Saturday 18 May, 2024 at 11:05am

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11.05 am?

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Who’s left Laurie, Hunter, Adams, Seston, Jefferson, Verrall, AMW, Pup Brown and ???? Casey boys are going to have to step up big time.!

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14 hours ago, binman said:

11.05 am?

There isn’t a more comprised condeluded fixture in “professional” sport. 
 

VFL- Hold my drink 

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CASEY DEMONS vs BRISBANE LIONS

Saturday 18 May, 11:05am, Casey Fields

CASEY DEMONS
B:
 A. Moniz-Wakefield (45), R. Valentine (43), T. Freeman (67)
HB: R. Steele (54), J. Adams (26), M. Gregory (57)
C: L. Hunter (12), B. Laurie (16), K. Brown (41)
HF: O. Sestan (38), M. Jefferson (21), H. Neocleous (75)
F: P. Cross (64), J. Bell (73), K. Windsor (66)
R: W. Verrall (28), M. White (52), T. Edwards (58)
INT: K. Shipp (59)*, N. Moodie (42), M. Szybkowski (56), C. Peters (63), C. Lewis (70)
EMG: A. Green (62), B. Laplanche (68), Z. Toledo (48)

IN: J. Bell, T. Freeman, C. Lewis, C. Peters, K. Shipp, M. Szybkowski, R. Valentine
OUT: B. Brown, T. Fullarton, S. McAdam, K. Tholstrup, A. Tomlinson, T. Woewodin (AFL), M. Hore (calf)
NEW: Kobe Shipp, 19, 188cm, Beaconsfield/Dandenong Stingrays

BRISBANE LIONS
B: 
D. Joyce (41), Z. Zakostelsky (21), L. Lloyd (19)
HB: J. Madden (14), J. Budarick (51), T. Abberley (48)
C: D. Roberston (2), J. Tunstill (29), E. Macpherson (54)
HF: J. Lyons (17), B. Ryan (24), D. Lloyd (65)
F: J. Lohmann (49), L. Hude (66), Z. Derksen (56)
R: K. Lane (45), K. Dunkley (52), R. Torrent (26)
INT: R. Greene (53), B. Reeves (63), W. Martyn (55), T. Meekin (57)*, O. Collins (64)
EMG: B. Gordon (47), D. McDowell-White (50), S. Marshall (66)

IN: O. Collins, Z. Derksen, L. Hude, D. Lloyd, J. Madden, T. Meekin, B. Reeves, D. Roberston
OUT: S. Brain, D. Fort, L. Morris, J. Prior (AFL), J. Manly (hamstring), J. Shea (hamstring), B. Thomas (hamstring), R. Bailey
NEW: Daniel Lloyd, 32, 187cm, GWS AFL; Tristen Meekin, 18, 181cm, Sherwood/Lions Academy

 

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8 listed players only

-AFL 23 + T. Fullarton, K. Tholstrup, A. Tomlinson… all travelling emergencies (26) 

(10 unavailable) 

Brayshaw-medical retirement 

JS29- sanctioned 

Josh Schache — Achilles/ TBC 
Jacob van Rooyen — concussion / 1 week
Charlie Spargo — Achilles / 2 - 3 weeks
Daniel Turner — Calf / 2 - 3 weeks
Marty Hore — Calf / 4 - 6 weeks 
Jake Melksham  — knee / 5 - 7 weeks

Ed Langdon - personal reasons 

Farris-White - suburban league 

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On 16/05/2024 at 20:37, binman said:

11.05 am?

Still a better timeslot that scheduling AFLW at 5pm on a Friday night in Frankston.

 

Tbh I actually don't mind this timeslot as a viewer, it's a good time to put on tv around while doing things around the house on a Saturday, assuming it's being broadcast.

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Debutants from today’s game include two teenagers and if the information is correct a 32 year old for the cuddly bears. Kobe Shipp a Stingrays products stands at 188 cm. Weight ?  Sight unseen beanpole or behomoth?  For his personal well-being he won’t be a bantamweight. So assuming he has athletic capabilities we’ll place him in the upper light heavyweight division. Subject to conformation of course. Good luck Kobe!

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2 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Roy George ??? He looked good and added some excitement to the forward structure. Anyone know why he’s only had a one game cameo ??? 

It does seem weird considering his one game impact. Surely this is not a park him til the MSD move?

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Good to see Jefferson starting position as FF. However he must get involved in the play early and rack up possessions. Sestan is another one who needs to prove his worth. 

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2 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Roy George ??? He looked good and added some excitement to the forward structure. Anyone know why he’s only had a one game cameo ??? 

 

32 minutes ago, Lil_red_fire_engine said:

It does seem weird considering his one game impact. Surely this is not a park him til the MSD move?

What do we really know about him and his goals?  Does he actually want to play AFL?

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2 minutes ago, monoccular said:

 

What do we really know about him and his goals?  Does he actually want to play AGL?

Is he VFL listed or was he one of the "invitee" players

PS Perhaps time to get rid off the umpire bounce as few are any good

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