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55 minutes ago, KC from Casey said:

Casey takes on Coburg on Saturday in a battle of two lowly teams considered to be out of contention for finals honours this year.

Venue: Piranha Park, Coburg 1:05pm

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COBURG? crikey played there a few times and faired well there once 5 goals, but shizzen the other times, preeek of a place!!

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It’s been all but confirmed that Melbourne will take the three named emergencies, Jack Billings, Bailey Laurie and Ben Brown on the trip to the Northern Territory, so that’s at least three changes to last week’s Casey lineup. 

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1 minute ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Another weakened line up from 3 travellers to the Alice.  Most clubs take 1 emergency but the Dees are the masters of risk management.   

Another weakened weekend for Casey Dees.

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5 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Another weakened line up from 3 travellers to the Alice.  Most clubs take 1 emergency but the Dees are the masters of risk management.   

A Melbourne win will give me infinitely more joy than a Casey win.  Priorities and all that.

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COBURG vs CASEY DEMONS

Saturday 1 June, 1:05pm, Piranha Park
Head-to-Head: Casey Demons 36-24; At Piranha Park: Casey Demons 20-13; Streak: Casey Demons 10; Last Time: Casey Demons 13.17 (95) def Coburg 7.11 (53) – July 22, 2023, Casey Fields

COBURG
B:
 I. Dammersmith (15), J. Corigliano (2), J. May (20)
HB: D. Kalpakis (38), D. Toohey (33), L. Walker (25)
C: L. Serong (17), M. Kennedy (24), H. Bromell (5)
HF: B. Gillard (11), T. McKenzie (3), B. Cameron (13)
F: D. Cameron (43), G. Thomas (39), W. Bella (16)
R: L. Podhajski (14), J. Trudgeon (18), F. Gentile (4)
INT: R. Galvin (37), J. D'Intinosante (7), B. Rigoni (32), K. Weightman (26), C. Beasley (8)
EMG: C. Ernst (40), M. Thompson (42), B. Major (36), G. Belcher (34), L. Bailey (1), D. Laurie (27)

IN: D. Cameron, J. May, L. Podhajski
OUT: S. Grant (injured), R. Sturgess (hamstring), C. Ernst
NEW: Davin Cameron, 19, 178cm, South Morang/Northern Knights/Banyule; Josh May, 22, 198cm, Port Melbourne

CASEY DEMONS
B:
 M. Gregory (57), J. Adams (26), B. Howes (22)
HB: R. Steele (54), R. Valentine (65), N. Moodie (74)
C: J. Billings (14), K. Tholstrup (39), P. Cross (64)
HF: A. Moniz-Wakefield (45), T. Fullarton (33), K. Brown (41)
F: M. Jefferson (21), B. Brown (50), O. Sestan (38)
R: W. Verrall (28), M. White (52), B. Laurie (16)
INT: T. Edwards (58), K. Windsor (66), T. Freeman (67), B. Laplanche (68)*, M. Szybkowski (56)
EMG: C. Lewis (70), H. Neocleous (75), C. Peters (63), T. Sheridan (53), Z. Toledo (48), J. Bell (73)

IN: T. Fullarton, B. Howes, N. Moodie
OUT: J. Bell, H. Neocleous, Z. Toledo

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This is my hood. 
I have a few locals I know who are true Coburg Lions fans. They're my 2nd VFL team.
If you go, please support the club by purchasing a beer/dim sim/chips etc

 

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On 29/05/2024 at 20:01, picket fence said:

COBURG? crikey played there a few times and faired well there once 5 goals, but shizzen the other times, preeek of a place!!

Who did you play for?

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Probably pie in the sky and personally i'm in no rush and happy to see him continue to develop at Casey.... but..

Jeffo actually has a chance to pin his ears back here.

There's a window opening at senior level.

IF he can kick another 4 to 5 this week.

And follow up the next week against the Filth with similar.

He just might get on the selection radar for a debut against the Kangas post the bye.

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Posted (edited)
12 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Honestly have no idea why we need to take 3 emergencies away all the time.

Club prioritises winning at AFL over VFL. Imagine a few players get food poisoning whiel in Alice Springs or are carrying illness that doesn't show up until the trip. Disaster.

Goody and the players always speak about how good travel is for team connection too. 

 

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13 hours ago, KC from Casey said:

 

COBURG vs CASEY DEMONS

Saturday 1 June, 1:05pm, Piranha Park
Head-to-Head: Casey Demons 36-24; At Piranha Park: Casey Demons 20-13; Streak: Casey Demons 10; Last Time: Casey Demons 13.17 (95) def Coburg 7.11 (53) – July 22, 2023, Casey Fields

COBURG
B:
 I. Dammersmith (15), J. Corigliano (2), J. May (20)
HB: D. Kalpakis (38), D. Toohey (33), L. Walker (25)
C: L. Serong (17), M. Kennedy (24), H. Bromell (5)
HF: B. Gillard (11), T. McKenzie (3), B. Cameron (13)
F: D. Cameron (43), G. Thomas (39), W. Bella (16)
R: L. Podhajski (14), J. Trudgeon (18), F. Gentile (4)
INT: R. Galvin (37), J. D'Intinosante (7), B. Rigoni (32), K. Weightman (26), C. Beasley (8)
EMG: C. Ernst (40), M. Thompson (42), B. Major (36), G. Belcher (34), L. Bailey (1), D. Laurie (27)

IN: D. Cameron, J. May, L. Podhajski
OUT: S. Grant (injured), R. Sturgess (hamstring), C. Ernst
NEW: Davin Cameron, 19, 178cm, South Morang/Northern Knights/Banyule; Josh May, 22, 198cm, Port Melbourne

CASEY DEMONS
B:
 M. Gregory (57), J. Adams (26), B. Howes (22)
HB: R. Steele (54), R. Valentine (65), N. Moodie (74)
C: J. Billings (14), K. Tholstrup (39), P. Cross (64)
HF: A. Moniz-Wakefield (45), T. Fullarton (33), K. Brown (41)
F: M. Jefferson (21), B. Brown (50), O. Sestan (38)
R: W. Verrall (28), M. White (52), B. Laurie (16)
INT: T. Edwards (58), K. Windsor (66), T. Freeman (67), B. Laplanche (68)*, M. Szybkowski (56)
EMG: C. Lewis (70), H. Neocleous (75), C. Peters (63), T. Sheridan (53), Z. Toledo (48), J. Bell (73)

IN: T. Fullarton, B. Howes, N. Moodie
OUT: J. Bell, H. Neocleous, Z. Toledo

WHAT NO PHIL CLEARY??? I want my money back!

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Who is working the camera? 
Good to see the Casey radio van, is this the ground it got bogged at a few years ago?

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Work experience guy on camera. Focus issues now resolved fortunately.

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Posted (edited)

Young Adams getting involved early. Caleb Lewis goal!

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Jeffo reads play well for mark and goal.

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