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  1. Ex-St Kilda rookie Jack Bell joins VFL club Casey Demons The Cranbourne leader reports that the Casey Demons have landed a 202cm ruck man in former St Kilda rookie Jack Bell, a Victorian Metro representative in 2019. He will link with former Sandy Dragons teammate Andrew Courtney, who signed with Casey for the 2020 season that never got off the ground. Kyle Stainthorpe, who has been with Casey since 2018, re-signed last night.
  2. A local update ~ Kurt Mutimer leaves Casey Demons, heads to Narre Warren In this report for the Leader Newspapers, Paul Amy says that while 2020 recruit Kurt Mutimer, formerly of West Coast, has left the Casey Demons and returned to his original club Narre Warren, the club gains a like for like midfielder Zac Foot, who is coming off two years on the Sydney Swans list. The club has retained experienced trio Jack Hutchins (closing in on 100 games), Mitch White and James Munro (already a centurion). Others back this season are Tom Freeman, Mitch Lewis, Nick Lowden, Aidan Quigley and Cor
  3. Two former MFC NGA prospects Kobi George and Ryan Koo Kwet Kim also training with the Casey Demons.
  4. Followers of the Demonland training reports will no doubt be aware that Dandenong Stingray Deakyn Smith who was part of Melbourne’s New Generation Academy has been training with the club. Smith is a 179cm half forward/midfielder from South East Juniors. Paul Amy is reporting on Twitter that the Stingrays also have a group of players on the track at Casey Demons, including Clayton Gay, Will Bravo and Bryce Milford.
  5. I’ve been out of the loop due to the fact that I’m interstate. Thanks to the posters above who have covered the club’s new faces. With the exception of Foot, most of the new names are players who came to the club from the Under 18 NAB competition after the 2019 season. This year, that competition will become Under 19 so many players will stay a year longer in the NAB Cup system making it a bit tougher for second tier club recruiting. They will probably be looking at more seasoned players from interstate or the country.
  6. The latest - Northern Bullants to return to VFL as a stand-alone club
  7. With the scrapping of the major second tier competitions on the east coast of the country due to COVID-19 for 2020, there will be a single replacement in 2021 meaning that the VFL and the old VFA will be no more. The NEAFL has been disbanded and the clubs that made up the previous competitions have been asked to lodge “expressions of interest” with the AFL by tomorrow. At this stage we know that Melbourne will persevere with its Casey Demons alignment while Carlton have scrapped the Northern Blues (although this could see the return of the Preston Bullants. NEAFL club, the Canberra Demons
  8. Feel for the people who worked so hard to get the team together but that's 2020. See you all next year. Stay safe.
  9. What a difference a day or two makes? Casey Demons consider pulling out of the 2020 VFL season
  10. Casey Demons secure 12 recruits, including three former AFL Demons Coach Sam Radford has complimented Casey’s recruiting manager Todd Patterson after the club locked in three former Melbourne players, key forward Tim “Bull” Smith, ruckman Jake Spencer and Patrick McKenna for the coming season starting on 1 August. With no Melbourne players available, the Casey team is looking strong in the ruck division with Sandringham Dragons recruit Andrew Courtney assisting Spencer. Key defender Ryan Morrison, another former Casey player, has returned after being drafted by North Melbourne
  11. Liam Buxton, who was with Casey last year and was signed by Woodville-West Torrens in the SANFL is training with St Kevins in the VAFA A Section after the plug was pulled on the Eastern league where he was going back to Vermont. This news seems to confirm that Jake Spencer is definitely in Casey’s sights.
  12. Big news out of Casey Fields is the possible return of popular Demon ruckman Jake Spencer who has been linked with the club along with North Melbourne VFL defender Ryan Morrison and Richmond VFL small forward Luke Nelson (who was mentioned above by the spirit of Norm Smith). Casey will have four “home” games in the seven match fixture but they won’t be held at Casey Fields which isn’t available to them. A ground in Frankston is a possible alternative. Lucky dip: four VFL clubs pick up extra home game
  13. Two players from Rowville in the ENFL Nick Lowden and Kyle Stainthorpe are set to play with Casey when the VFL kicks off on August 1.
  14. Paul Amy has reported that former Dandenong Stingrays premiership captain and leather-tough onballer Campbell Hustwaite has joined the Casey Demons for the shortened VFL season after an encouraging debut year with Collingwood VFL in 2019.
  15. VFL set to launch 2020 season on August 1 with eight teams AFL Victoria told clubs today that the VFL season will proceed this year with full contact training starting on Monday July 13 with the opening round starting on Saturday August 1. No AFL-listed players will take part in the competition but the eight clubs will be Box Hill, Casey, Coburg, Frankston, Port Melbourne, Sandringham, Werribee and Williamstown.
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