AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby valleys07 » Mon May 23, 2022 5:05 pm

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What an outstanding photo.

Absolute statement piece.


Was a brilliant moment.


If there is some sort of award, Michael Willson would win them all with that photo.

Incredible.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby MatteeG » Mon May 23, 2022 5:48 pm

Brodlach wrote:That last Lewis free against Andrews was probably the worst free I’ve seen all year

Cost them a goal and put the Hawks too far ahead


On par with the Mitchell one which cost a goal. Absolute Netball.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Armchair expert » Mon May 23, 2022 5:59 pm

Some sickening scenes outside the DT game

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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Brodlach » Mon May 23, 2022 6:01 pm

MatteeG wrote:
Brodlach wrote:That last Lewis free against Andrews was probably the worst free I’ve seen all year

Cost them a goal and put the Hawks too far ahead


On par with the Mitchell one which cost a goal. Absolute Netball.

At least Mitchell actually pushed him, I doubt Andrews even touched him
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby The Dark Knight » Mon May 23, 2022 10:05 pm

tigerpie wrote:Pretty happy with the pies performance.
A wet slog initially, but the ground held up remarkably well considering the amount of rain.
I think we adapted better by just getting it forward at every opportunity.
Ginnivan made himself known to the dockers fans.
I'd like him to tone it down a notch though.
Pendlebury back was the difference. We so gonna miss him when he retires.
I was surprised but impressed with the Pies yesterday, they adjusted the conditions far better and like the Suns the week before they completely denied the Dockers from scoring. 2 losses in a row for Freo and really struggled to score, will be interesting to see how they go against Melbourne this week.

A week is a long time in footy, last week against the Dogs Oliver Henry kicks 0.3 and yesterday he came on as the sub and had a big impact kicking 4.1.

And the Hawks knocking off the Lions is massive for them.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby tigerpie » Mon May 23, 2022 11:39 pm

The Dark Knight wrote:
tigerpie wrote:Pretty happy with the pies performance.
A wet slog initially, but the ground held up remarkably well considering the amount of rain.
I think we adapted better by just getting it forward at every opportunity.
Ginnivan made himself known to the dockers fans.
I'd like him to tone it down a notch though.
Pendlebury back was the difference. We so gonna miss him when he retires.
I was surprised but impressed with the Pies yesterday, they adjusted the conditions far better and like the Suns the week before they completely denied the Dockers from scoring. 2 losses in a row for Freo and really struggled to score, will be interesting to see how they go against Melbourne this week.

A week is a long time in footy, last week against the Dogs Oliver Henry kicks 0.3 and yesterday he came on as the sub and had a big impact kicking 4.1.

And the Hawks knocking off the Lions is massive for them.

Oli kicked it like a c grader, spends the week sorting his routine and kicks through the footy. Success.
He's going to be really important for us. Has an x factor.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby MatteeG » Tue May 24, 2022 8:04 am

tigerpie wrote:Oli kicked it like a c grader, spends the week sorting his routine and kicks through the footy. Success.
He's going to be really important for us. Has an x factor.


Yeah there is something about him. Knows where to be.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Rik E Boy » Tue May 24, 2022 12:57 pm

MatteeG wrote:
Brodlach wrote:That last Lewis free against Andrews was probably the worst free I’ve seen all year

Cost them a goal and put the Hawks too far ahead


On par with the Mitchell one which cost a goal. Absolute Netball.


That still makes you eight umpire goals ahead. :D

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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby MatteeG » Wed May 25, 2022 2:45 pm

Rik E Boy wrote:
MatteeG wrote:
Brodlach wrote:That last Lewis free against Andrews was probably the worst free I’ve seen all year

Cost them a goal and put the Hawks too far ahead


On par with the Mitchell one which cost a goal. Absolute Netball.


That still makes you eight umpire goals ahead. :D

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Ha ha. I noticed this game actually put us in the positive for frees for 2022. Hooray for the Green maggots.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Corona Man » Wed May 25, 2022 6:45 pm

So sad the round is marred by a man being bashed after the Essendon v Richmond game. The culprit, apparently was a pre game performer.

Not sure what to make of it all. A lone wolf…. More to come here I suspect.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby tigerpie » Wed May 25, 2022 7:02 pm

Corona Man wrote:So sad the round is marred by a man being bashed after the Essendon v Richmond game. The culprit, apparently was a pre game performer.

Not sure what to make of it all. A lone wolf…. More to come here I suspect.

Victim has a fractured skull and broken nose apparently.
Perps out on bail.
Shocking footage to watch.
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