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Gawn - performed as expected 

Rivers - lost his dash

Salem - poor under pressure 

vanRooyen - showed some energy

Pickett - didn’t convert chances

Windsor - couldn’t get involved 

Viney - off the pace

Oliver - disposals were amateurish 

Fritsch - poor first half

May - great after first

Neal-Bullen - a disciplined performance 

Petracca - there goes season

Sparrow - continued poor season

Laurie - a schoolboy footballer

Bowey - had little influence 

Turner - a year away

Howes - two years away

McDonald - impressive under pressure

McVee - was rarely noticed

Langdon - career worst game

Billings - nothing to commend

Chandler - was he playing?

Petty - offered team nothing

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1 minute ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - performed as expected 

Rivers - lost his dash

Salem - poor under pressure 

vanRooyen - showed some energy

Pickett - didn’t convert chances

Windsor - couldn’t get involved 

Viney - off the pace

Oliver - disposals were amateurish 

Fritsch - poor first half

May - great after first

Neal-Bullen - a disciplined performance 

Petracca - there goes season

Sparrow - continued poor season

Bailey - a schoolboy footballer

Bowey - had little influence 

Turner - a year away

Howes - two years away

McDonald - impressive under pressure

McVee - was rarely noticed

Langdon - career worst game

Billings - nothing to commend

Chandler - was he playing?

Why so early?

Good summary nevertheless

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13 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - performed as expected 

Rivers - lost his dash

Salem - poor under pressure 

vanRooyen - showed some energy

Pickett - didn’t convert chances

Windsor - couldn’t get involved 

Viney - off the pace

Oliver - disposals were amateurish 

Fritsch - poor first half

May - great after first

Neal-Bullen - a disciplined performance 

Petracca - there goes season

Sparrow - continued poor season

Bailey - a schoolboy footballer

Bowey - had little influence 

Turner - a year away

Howes - two years away

McDonald - impressive under pressure

McVee - was rarely noticed

Langdon - career worst game

Billings - nothing to commend

Chandler - was he playing?

Petty - offered team nothing

Spot on Bailey Laurie, he's got that look of a High Schooler. Looks afraid and overwhelmed at AFL footy.

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May, great after first?

as the general down back played terribly. every time they went fwd they looked like scoring 

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25 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - performed as expected 

Rivers - lost his dash

Salem - poor under pressure 

vanRooyen - showed some energy

Pickett - didn’t convert chances

Windsor - couldn’t get involved 

Viney - off the pace

Oliver - disposals were amateurish 

Fritsch - poor first half

May - great after first

Neal-Bullen - a disciplined performance 

Petracca - there goes season

Sparrow - continued poor season

Bailey - a schoolboy footballer

Bowey - had little influence 

Turner - a year away

Howes - two years away

McDonald - impressive under pressure

McVee - was rarely noticed

Langdon - career worst game

Billings - nothing to commend

Chandler - was he playing?

Petty - offered team nothing

I thought Windsor did well.

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Viney must be injured..  ranked our 8th worst player in a horrible team performance.

This can't be the real Jack.

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35 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - performed as expected 

Rivers - lost his dash

Salem - poor under pressure 

vanRooyen - showed some energy

Pickett - didn’t convert chances

Windsor - couldn’t get involved 

Viney - off the pace

Oliver - disposals were amateurish 

Fritsch - poor first half

May - great after first

Neal-Bullen - a disciplined performance 

Petracca - there goes season

Sparrow - continued poor season

Bailey - a schoolboy footballer

Bowey - had little influence 

Turner - a year away

Howes - two years away

McDonald - impressive under pressure

McVee - was rarely noticed

Langdon - career worst game

Billings - nothing to commend

Chandler - was he playing?

Petty - offered team nothing

Good report. Jvr was good for me.

Did you forget Laurie?

I fully understand.

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5 minutes ago, Buzzy said:

Viney must be injured..  ranked our 8th worst player in a horrible team performance.

This can't be the real Jack.

Disposal has always been lacking.. just covered it up with effort, intensity etc. But with age.. comes a spotlight on the flaws.

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14 minutes ago, Buzzy said:

Viney must be injured..  ranked our 8th worst player in a horrible team performance.

This can't be the real Jack.

Calf

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Bunnies in headlights !!!  ( again ) 

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2 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Sparrow - a serial noncontributor

How he is still getting a game is mind blowing, fumbles, fumbles then when he does grab it either gets caught or turns it over. Get rid of him. 

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I think Windsor is going to be a real player, even on days where he’s below par, he still puts in and his presence is more than his slight frame should allow.

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May...Definitely carrying injury

Windsor..Definitely not worst

Billings Definitey Casey Season

McVee .... Uncharacteristically hesitant game

Rider: I wont pot players, confidence is a major contributor, unfortunately older players aren't dragging them along

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Rivers - lost his dash

Salem - poor under pressure 

Sorry JoeBoy - go back and watch the replay and send us all an apology for missing their contribution today.

Other verdicts I can cope with although your May one seems to have forgotten Hoskin-Elliott - one of their best three - played on him for the entire first half before Goody realised May wasn't quick enough to man him.

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