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Post by Second Team on Wed Apr 30, 2014 5:48 pm

Fresh from our Foxtel match what changes for this week.
Please come back Chris.
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Post by bundy on Wed Apr 30, 2014 6:38 pm

Centrals by 8 goals.
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Post by Lachlan on Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:24 pm

My team to play Centrals


FF WEBB STILL FIELKE
HF BEECH MIDDLETON STEVENS
C BRICKNELL SCHMIDT NEWELL
HB HILL HARTLETT EZARD
FB GREEN KEOUGH MILNE


1ST R NELSON TUCK MACREADIE


INT SILVERLOCK SHILLER SHOTT


IN SCHMIDT HILL SCHOTT
OUT HAYES DIJKSMAN FISHER


BEECH,FIELKE AND SILVERLOCK HAVE HAD VERY LITTLE IMPACT ON THE SCOREBOARD SO FAR THIS YEAR.
THEY ARE ALL PROVEN GOALKICKERS AND NEED TO START DELIVERING GOALS FOR US IF WE ARE TO BE SUCCESSFUL


PLEASE MARK MICKAN CAN JONO BEECH SPEND MORE TIME FORWARD. HE MUSNT START ON A WING LIKE HE DID AGANST PORT


HAYES TO BE DROPPED HAS HAD VERY LITTLE IMPACT IN 4 GAMES. HE LACKS PACE
FISHER ALSO DROPPED AS HE LACKS PACE AND HE BURNS THE BALL. HE EITHER PLAYS AT HALF BACK OR HE DOESNT PLAY. WE DO HAVE A NUMBER OF PLAYERS THAT CAN PLAY THAT ROLE.
I WOULD RATHER PLAY YOUNG SCHOTT AS HE HAS LAYED VERY WELL IN THE RESSIES


WE WOULD HAVE THE OLDEST LIST OF ANY SANFL CLUB BASED  ON THE TEAM AGAINST PORT LAST WEEK


TIME FOR OUR TEAM TO STAND UP AGAINST A SIDE WHO IS REALLY STRUGGLING
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Post by Mark Beswick on Wed Apr 30, 2014 11:18 pm

I have a feeling we may win this week!
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Post by beaglex on Thu May 01, 2014 8:22 am

I hope you are right wolves because so far this season we have been disappointing including losing our Foxtel cup game.
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Post by aldo russian on Thu May 01, 2014 3:55 pm

League
F: Webb, Still, Macreadie
HF: Schiller, Hartlett, Fisher
C: Beech, Stevens, Fielke
HB: Hill, Middleton, Ezard
B: Newell, Keough, Milne

R: P. Nelson, Caire, Tuck
INT: Schmidt, Bricknell, Silverlock, Jennings, Dijksman
IN: Schmidt, Hill, Jennings, Caire
OUT: Hayes (hamstring), Green (groin)
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Post by Second Team on Thu May 01, 2014 4:33 pm

West by 5 goals. Shocked Shocked Shocked 

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Post by westiesforever on Thu May 01, 2014 5:11 pm

Good to see Birss named in the ressies for some match fitness after injury Smile hopefully he gets through well
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Post by Jamo on Thu May 01, 2014 7:35 pm

Leading goal kicker for the year for us playing on the backline pff

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Post by mickhurley on Fri May 02, 2014 6:21 pm

Coming down for this game and hope we can at least put up a 4 quarter effort and walk away with the points. 600k round trip. Where is a good place to park where the car will still be there after the match with the wheels still on it? Bloody long walk home.  Very Happy cheers
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Post by Thiele on Fri May 02, 2014 6:41 pm

Everyone knows the Game is Sunday

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Post by mickhurley on Sun May 04, 2014 8:40 pm

Well worth the drive. BBQ great, beer cold and a bloody great win by the boys. 10 goal win against the poms is always good to watch. cheers cheers cheers cheers
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Post by redandblack on Sun May 04, 2014 9:04 pm

Glad the trip was worthwhile, mick.  Very Happy
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Re: Westies v Centrals

Post by captainblood on Mon May 05, 2014 9:19 am

Lovely day yesterday for the footy and what a difference a week makes.
The first quarter was the best football I've seen us play all year because the intent was there. As soon as the ball was in a players hands they played on and moved it quickly.
Centrals had no answer as our players ran hard, used each other and gave an option further down the field.
The other pleasing aspect was our clean handling;barely a fumble all day what a difference it makes.
We did revert back into our shell and started holding the ball up with chip kicks and backward movement and it was during this period we did look a little shaky.

If we can keep our mindset of the first quarter for the whole game we are going to be a very dangerous outfit.
Sure turnovers will happen but it is the belief to keep with that style that will pay dividends.  

I must praise Adam Hartlett's game, I thought Fergie had returned. He was unstoppable in the air and his general field play and decision making was first class.
Bricknell certainly adds a lot of run to that team and Milne and Ezard have been great additions to the back line.

I have to mention  Schmidt's contribution, the lad is a diamond.
Everything you want in a leader. Smart,hard working,kicks both feet,physical and just that touch of mongrel that makes his opponents nervous. His game was a delight to watch and shows how with effort and sustained running a player can dominate a game.
Silverlock was back to his best and Still provided an option all day, competed and either marked the ball or made a contest.
Maccreadie was also a tireless worker, really the whole team played well.

We were fortunate that Centrals kicking in general was off all day but some of that can be put down to the relentless pressure the boys applied.
I left the footy yesterday with a real sense of pleasure. We ran hard, we applied continuous pressure,we were physical, we moved the ball on for sustained periods with flair and daring. Sure it wasn't the perfect game but it was one I absolutely enjoyed and hope we play with that sort of freedom and resolve from now on.
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Post by Second Team on Mon May 05, 2014 9:28 am

Random thoughts.

1. Great to finally have a win.
2. Won the rucks and lost the clearances. More work needed at training.
3. Bricknell did not look well.
4. Backline is doing very well and looks settled.
5. Middleton to make way for Hardy next week.
6. Schmidt, Macreadie and Tuck all doing well.
7. Hard to know why we kicked backwards after that first quarter.
8. A few reserve players are knocking on the door.
9. Hope like hell Bundy shuts up now.
10. Bring on the crows. Shocked Shocked Shocked

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Post by firstblood on Mon May 05, 2014 9:59 am

Tom Keough? Looks ok down back...

A special mention to Jimmy Ezard, his chase and the spoil of 2 Central players (2nd qtr i think) who had an open goal ahead of them.

Well done Jimmy who looks like he's got his mojo back. Smile
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Post by bundy on Mon May 05, 2014 10:12 am

Second Team wrote:Random thoughts.

1. Great to finally have a win.
2. Won the rucks and lost the clearances. More work needed at training.
3. Bricknell did not look well.
4. Backline is doing very well and looks settled.
5. Middleton to make way for Hardy next week.
6. Schmidt, Macreadie and Tuck all doing well.
7. Hard to know why we kicked backwards after that first quarter.
8. A few reserve players are knocking on the door.
9. Hope like hell Bundy shuts up now.
10. Bring on the crows. Shocked Shocked Shocked

NEVER IN DOUBT, PS Still love ya work ST xxx
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Post by dl550 on Mon May 05, 2014 10:26 am

Second Team wrote:Random thoughts.

1. Great to finally have a win.
2. Won the rucks and lost the clearances. More work needed at training.
3. Bricknell did not look well.
4. Backline is doing very well and looks settled.
5. Middleton to make way for Hardy next week.
6. Schmidt, Macreadie and Tuck all doing well.
7. Hard to know why we kicked backwards after that first quarter.
8. A few reserve players are knocking on the door.
9. Hope like hell Bundy shuts up now.
10. Bring on the crows. Shocked Shocked Shocked


Do you think Bricknell will be right for next week? or too hard to tell at this stage?
Middleton to make way for Hardy? Really? After such a long time out of football, Hardy won't come back through the reserves?

and Tuck doing well? I've had an opposite opinion. Last year i thought he was generally pretty good - never "tore it up" as people were expecting him to do, but this year he seems to have gone missing? I haven't seen him having much impact on any of the matches i have been at this year? Granted - i wasn't at yesterdays match, but i saw just 19 disposals to his name on champion data. Has he been struggling a bit with an injury?

I'm suprised no one has mentioned anything about Riley Milne. I thought he's been in our best pretty much every match this year so far. Probably our best performing recruit at the moment and most consistent.
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Post by beaglex on Mon May 05, 2014 10:45 am

Tuck was good yesterday, still does a lot of hard work at the stoppages he will only get better. I too thought Hartlett was BOG, did remind me a lot of Fergy saved us plenty of time with a strong mark in defence and was the general in our back line. We won the rucks easily and has already been said our pressure on Central for the whole game was fantastic. Another new recruit who impressed me was Stevens, very smooth and silky he is going to be a very important player for us the more games he plays.
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Post by Second Team on Mon May 05, 2014 10:58 am

Bricknell looked very bad when he came off. Punctured lung maybe. Don't think he will be back for a while. Hope I am wrong.
Go Bundy.  Shocked Shocked Shocked
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Post by firstblood on Mon May 05, 2014 11:14 am

Second Team wrote:Bricknell looked very bad when he came off. Punctured lung maybe. Don't think he will be back for a while. Hope I am wrong.
Go Bundy.  Shocked Shocked Shocked
Brick's has a collapsed lung and will be out for quite a while, i wish him the best and a speedy recovery.
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Post by firstblood on Mon May 05, 2014 11:21 am

dl550 wrote:
Second Team wrote:Random thoughts.

1. Great to finally have a win.
2. Won the rucks and lost the clearances. More work needed at training.
3. Bricknell did not look well.
4. Backline is doing very well and looks settled.
5. Middleton to make way for Hardy next week.
6. Schmidt, Macreadie and Tuck all doing well.
7. Hard to know why we kicked backwards after that first quarter.
8. A few reserve players are knocking on the door.
9. Hope like hell Bundy shuts up now.
10. Bring on the crows. Shocked Shocked Shocked


Do you think Bricknell will be right for next week? or too hard to tell at this stage?
Middleton to make way for Hardy? Really? After such a long time out of football, Hardy won't come back through the reserves?

and Tuck doing well? I've had an opposite opinion. Last year i thought he was generally pretty good - never "tore it up" as people were expecting him to do, but this year he seems to have gone missing? I haven't seen him having much impact on any of the matches i have been at this year? Granted - i wasn't at yesterdays match, but i saw just 19 disposals to his name on champion data. Has he been struggling a bit with an injury?

I'm suprised no one has mentioned anything about Riley Milne. I thought he's been in our best pretty much every match this year so far. Probably our best performing recruit at the moment and most consistent.

As far as replacing Ferguson goes, i don't think we could have recruited any one better than Milne, a very underrated player IMO.
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Post by redandblack on Mon May 05, 2014 11:49 am

I agree with most of the thoughts so far and particularly enjoyed Captain Blood's contribution.

I think we'll see a bit of Hardy very soon before he lines up in the League team. MIddleton was relatively quiet, but I liked what I saw and think he's developing nicely. Some strong marks and well worth persevering with.

ST's comments are pretty spot on and I also thought Tuck played well. As dl550 says, he's not 'tearing it up', but he gets the hard ball and his clearance work is very good.

I missed our first 3 games, so I'm rapt with the development of Tom Keough as full back. Looks the goods.

Loved Jimmy Ezard's work, as also mentioned, thought Ben Fisher did a great job on Central's 'spare' defender and Riley Milne played a smart game.

A lot to like and I think we might get on a bit of a roll now, with luck.

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Post by testy on Mon May 05, 2014 4:37 pm


What a great win that was yesterday against The Dogs at home.
Many great players yesterday with Adam Hartlett leading the way, one thing I was pleased with him for was not losing it when his opponent was niggling him, I think it happened some time in the third quarter, well done to him. Bring on the cows.
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Post by Jamo on Mon May 05, 2014 6:29 pm

Bricknell is out with Broken Ribs or Punctured Lung, Collapsed Lung. will let use know more when I here some news.

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