Round 3 - 2022

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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Dirty dog » Sun Apr 03, 2022 6:19 pm

Borat turning it on in the last
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Rik E Boy » Sun Apr 03, 2022 6:34 pm

Armchair expert wrote:Harry Mckay would kick150 in a season if he got looked after like Dixon and Hawkins


High scoring in the Tigers game :shock:


Hawkins gets looked after? So it's true, it really does make you go blind.

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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Apr 03, 2022 6:34 pm

Dirty dog wrote:Borat turning it on in the last

He is going to be an absolute star.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby DOC » Mon Apr 04, 2022 8:19 am

I would say all 18 coaches this week will be highlighting that persistence is paramount.

The round was highlighted by Geelong, Adelaide, St Kilda and almost Hawthorn coming back from healthy margins.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby whufc » Mon Apr 04, 2022 8:31 am

DOC wrote:I would say all 18 coaches this week will be highlighting that persistence is paramount.

The round was highlighted by Geelong, Adelaide, St Kilda and almost Hawthorn coming back from healthy margins.


Momentum seems to be really hard to stop with rules such as the 6,6,6. The hot holding the ball and deliberate calls. Much harder for teams to slow the play down and stop momentum.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Lightning McQueen » Mon Apr 04, 2022 8:35 am

UK Fan wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:Wow, and I give you the time of day, you are a tool!


What a surprise LM has a complaint. I thought it was a hilarious dummy spit.

Not sure how that offends tbh


Surprise? How so? It wasn't a complaint, it was a statement.

Surely you know me well enough to know that I don't get offended.

I just didn't see the need for you to run alongside of Wedgie like Chester the dog chiming in on a weak pot shot at Bedgie when you wouldn't speak like that to his face, that is my biggest pet hate on here.

I'm quite happy to pick him up and take him down the pub so you can tell him how you feel.

On a parting note, he's never played for Central United, I know you would've been grinning while you typed it but it's totally incorrect.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby stan » Mon Apr 04, 2022 8:51 am

UK fan what was the crowd like??????

Why are you keeping us hanging like this....come on.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Lightning McQueen » Mon Apr 04, 2022 9:05 am

stan wrote:UK fan what was the crowd like??????

Why are you keeping us hanging like this....come on.


Tough times in the west there mate, I never thought the Eagles could bottom out like that, they struggled one year for memory and came out swinging the next season, it's hard to see that being the case this time.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby whufc » Mon Apr 04, 2022 9:20 am

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stan wrote:UK fan what was the crowd like??????

Why are you keeping us hanging like this....come on.


Tough times in the west there mate, I never thought the Eagles could bottom out like that, they struggled one year for memory and came out swinging the next season, it's hard to see that being the case this time.


I haven't seen a team in a long time carry as many blokes who visually look unfit (overweight) as the Eagles. In particular Nic Nat and Willi Rioli.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby helicopterking » Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:11 am

whufc wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
stan wrote:UK fan what was the crowd like??????

Why are you keeping us hanging like this....come on.


Tough times in the west there mate, I never thought the Eagles could bottom out like that, they struggled one year for memory and came out swinging the next season, it's hard to see that being the case this time.


I haven't seen a team in a long time carry as many blokes who visually look unfit (overweight) as the Eagles. In particular Nic Nat and Willi Rioli.


Liam Ryan, Tim Kelly the list goes on.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Lightning McQueen » Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:17 am

helicopterking wrote:
whufc wrote:
I haven't seen a team in a long time carry as many blokes who visually look unfit (overweight) as the Eagles. In particular Nic Nat and Willi Rioli.


Liam Ryan, Tim Kelly the list goes on.

I know one dickhead with the same as me and looks like me thought Tim Kelly was going to have a breakout year and picked him for his SC team, along with Nic Nat.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby UK Fan » Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:42 am

Lightning McQueen wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:Wow, and I give you the time of day, you are a tool!


What a surprise LM has a complaint. I thought it was a hilarious dummy spit.

Not sure how that offends tbh


Surprise? How so? It wasn't a complaint, it was a statement.

Surely you know me well enough to know that I don't get offended.

I just didn't see the need for you to run alongside of Wedgie like Chester the dog chiming in on a weak pot shot at Bedgie when you wouldn't speak like that to his face, that is my biggest pet hate on here.

I'm quite happy to pick him up and take him down the pub so you can tell him how you feel.

On a parting note, he's never played for Central United, I know you would've been grinning while you typed it but it's totally incorrect.



I’ve met Bedge. If you play sport and live out north he’s a character that is hard to miss. He seems a genuinely good bloke and is very passionate about his sport.

I’m sure Both Bedge and wedgie would Look back at the exchange And conclude it could of been handled better.

If it’s make u feel better and u feel the need to prove your point. bring bedge on down and we can discuss over a beer. He seems a fairly reasonable bloke.

I have no issues with bedge.and I’m sure I’m not the only one who thought his exchange was comedy gold.

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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Dutchy » Mon Apr 04, 2022 10:46 am

whufc wrote:
DOC wrote:I would say all 18 coaches this week will be highlighting that persistence is paramount.

The round was highlighted by Geelong, Adelaide, St Kilda and almost Hawthorn coming back from healthy margins.


Momentum seems to be really hard to stop with rules such as the 6,6,6. The hot holding the ball and deliberate calls. Much harder for teams to slow the play down and stop momentum.


More importantly coaches are taking the game on more and embracing imperfection, they are finally realising that speed with the ball creates opportunities and defenders panic with their backs turned.

There also seems to be a new wave of young big goal kicking forwards which helps - King, Larkey, Lewis, McKay, Naughton
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby gadj1976 » Mon Apr 04, 2022 11:13 am

Dutchy wrote:Matt Hill calling the Richmond/Saints game 8)


Did a bloody good job too!
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby MW » Mon Apr 04, 2022 11:14 am

Dutchy wrote:
whufc wrote:
DOC wrote:I would say all 18 coaches this week will be highlighting that persistence is paramount.

The round was highlighted by Geelong, Adelaide, St Kilda and almost Hawthorn coming back from healthy margins.


Momentum seems to be really hard to stop with rules such as the 6,6,6. The hot holding the ball and deliberate calls. Much harder for teams to slow the play down and stop momentum.


More importantly coaches are taking the game on more and embracing imperfection, they are finally realising that speed with the ball creates opportunities and defenders panic with their backs turned.

There also seems to be a new wave of young big goal kicking forwards which helps - King, Larkey, Lewis, McKay, Naughton, Gollant, Himmelburg


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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby gadj1976 » Mon Apr 04, 2022 11:25 am

Corona Man wrote:
Wedgie wrote:Cracking game at the G.

Just on the wrong side of the outcome sadly…giving the blue baggers a 6 goal head start doesn’t help. Great crowd too.


I underestimated the Hawks. I thought they were gonners after the first quarter but geez they dug in. Those still wanting Clarkson at the helm might be thinking again.

Jiath and Connor Nash are stars.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Dirty dog » Mon Apr 04, 2022 11:47 am

gadj1976 wrote:
Dutchy wrote:Matt Hill calling the Richmond/Saints game 8)


Did a bloody good job too!

Been calling on AFL nation I think it is on Sundays for a while. Being a racing nut and always having Racing.com on Saturday’s,my 14 year old daughter heard him on the car radio calling footy,she asked is that the bloke that does the races? He has a recognisable voice.
Best race caller in Australia and will move through the ranks calling AFL one would think.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby stan » Mon Apr 04, 2022 12:51 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
stan wrote:UK fan what was the crowd like??????

Why are you keeping us hanging like this....come on.


Tough times in the west there mate, I never thought the Eagles could bottom out like that, they struggled one year for memory and came out swinging the next season, it's hard to see that being the case this time.
Absolutely, place is a mess. Will settle a bit once there is stability, looks like a long season for us though.
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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Rik E Boy » Mon Apr 04, 2022 1:12 pm

gadj1976 wrote:
Corona Man wrote:
Wedgie wrote:Cracking game at the G.

Just on the wrong side of the outcome sadly…giving the blue baggers a 6 goal head start doesn’t help. Great crowd too.


I underestimated the Hawks. I thought they were gonners after the first quarter but geez they dug in. Those still wanting Clarkson at the helm might be thinking again.

Jiath and Connor Nash are stars.


I feel quite conflicted. I like Jiath. He plays for Hawthorn ffs! But I love watching him play. I feel so unclean!

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Re: Round 3 - 2022

Postby Booney » Mon Apr 04, 2022 1:14 pm

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