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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby amber_fluid » Sun Jul 24, 2022 7:30 pm

Vamos wrote:
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am Bays wrote:Carl GWS > Coll Ess > WWT North> Saints and WCE


EFA


Howd the poor man's Casboult, McKay go today?


Wasn’t required.
Curnow had them covered himself.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby RB » Sun Jul 24, 2022 8:13 pm

Jim05 wrote:
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RB wrote:Amazing how often a team will miss a very gettable chance in the last minute, only to be pipped after the siren following the kick-in.

E.g. Boak earlier this year against the Crows.
As soon as he missed I knew we would lose. We give up the most coast to coast goals in the comp. Terrible coaching to allow it constantly and with a pea hearted skipper who is too piss weak to structure them on ground


Should have been set up for the miss before he even kicked it, Pies ran that out with no pressure whatsoever. Poor coaching on and off the ground indeed.
Wright was 25m to the side of Jones screaming for it. Should have chipped it to him and milked another 30 seconds
Should have just nailed a simple goal.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby JK » Sun Jul 24, 2022 8:15 pm

amber_fluid wrote:Great kick by Elliot.
Shades of Scotty Hodges in the 96 prelim.


Uncalled for mate ;)
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Jim05 » Sun Jul 24, 2022 8:39 pm

RB wrote:
Jim05 wrote:
Vamos wrote:
Jim05 wrote:[quote="RB"]Amazing how often a team will miss a very gettable chance in the last minute, only to be pipped after the siren following the kick-in.

E.g. Boak earlier this year against the Crows.
As soon as he missed I knew we would lose. We give up the most coast to coast goals in the comp. Terrible coaching to allow it constantly and with a pea hearted skipper who is too piss weak to structure them on ground


Should have been set up for the miss before he even kicked it, Pies ran that out with no pressure whatsoever. Poor coaching on and off the ground indeed.
Wright was 25m to the side of Jones screaming for it. Should have chipped it to him and milked another 30 seconds
Should have just nailed a simple goal.[/quote]You haven’t seen our set shots this year, nothing is easy. Peter Wright is the only bloke I have any confidence in from a set shot
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby amber_fluid » Sun Jul 24, 2022 9:23 pm

Was it a 50m penalty as well as the free kick?
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby DOC » Sun Jul 24, 2022 9:26 pm

Yep. Free payed, play stopped, Collingwood player picked the ball up and kicked it.

Was not paid.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Senor Moto Gadili » Sun Jul 24, 2022 11:06 pm

DOC wrote:Yep. Free payed, play stopped, Collingwood player picked the ball up and kicked it.

Was not paid.

Should have been 50m penalty, but where do you stop. There are dozens of disputed decisions across every game. The AFL have made the game very difficult to umpire. Gil's legacy. I watch Amateur league every week and it's a different game to what I see on TV.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Booney » Mon Jul 25, 2022 9:27 am

Jim05 wrote:
RB wrote:Amazing how often a team will miss a very gettable chance in the last minute, only to be pipped after the siren following the kick-in.

E.g. Boak earlier this year against the Crows.
As soon as he missed I knew we would lose. We give up the most coast to coast goals in the comp. Terrible coaching to allow it constantly and with a pea hearted skipper who is too piss weak to structure them on ground


Heppell was on the bench at the time, but you keep doing you.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Jim05 » Mon Jul 25, 2022 9:42 am

Booney wrote:
Jim05 wrote:
RB wrote:Amazing how often a team will miss a very gettable chance in the last minute, only to be pipped after the siren following the kick-in.

E.g. Boak earlier this year against the Crows.
As soon as he missed I knew we would lose. We give up the most coast to coast goals in the comp. Terrible coaching to allow it constantly and with a pea hearted skipper who is too piss weak to structure them on ground


Heppell was on the bench at the time, but you keep doing you.
I said we do it constantly. Was 4 or 5 yesterday before that final goal. Our on field leadership stinks. He is the worst captain in club history and directly cost us 3 goals in the last quarter but we haven’t got anyone else. Rabble of a club
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby am Bays » Mon Jul 25, 2022 10:24 am

JK wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:Great kick by Elliot.
Shades of Scotty Hodges in the 96 prelim.


Uncalled for mate ;)


Actually reminds me of Craig McRae in Rd 1 of 1994 kicking it from just outside the 50 in Campbells pocket at Footy Park to beat Norwood on or after the siren by 2pts...

Norwoods first game in those Guernsey's.
Let that be a lesson to you Port, no one beats the Bays five times in a row in a GF and gets away with it!!!
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Armchair expert » Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:27 pm

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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby tigerpie » Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:44 pm

JK wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:Great kick by Elliot.
Shades of Scotty Hodges in the 96 prelim.


Uncalled for mate ;)

Yep just took the scab off a still healing wound!
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby JK » Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:51 pm

Technically speaking, should the Elliott goal have been disallowed? Marked it with 32 seconds remaining but kicked after the siren, so technically play on before he kicked it?
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Booney » Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:54 pm

JK wrote:Technically speaking, should the Elliott goal have been disallowed? Marked it with 32 seconds remaining but kicked after the siren, so technically play on before he kicked it?


And, whilst only minimal, he didn't appear to kick over the mark. I've seen instance where players kicking after the siren have umpires stand behind them to ensure they are doing just that, obviously the siren rang as he kicked it but it wasn't over his mark.

Nonetheless his mark and kick deserved a goal.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Jim05 » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:04 pm

Booney wrote:
JK wrote:Technically speaking, should the Elliott goal have been disallowed? Marked it with 32 seconds remaining but kicked after the siren, so technically play on before he kicked it?


And, whilst only minimal, he didn't appear to kick over the mark. I've seen instance where players kicking after the siren have umpires stand behind them to ensure they are doing just that, obviously the siren rang as he kicked it but it wasn't over his mark.

Nonetheless his mark and kick deserved a goal.
I’ve got no issue with that being a goal. I don’t think he moved too far off it and it was great kick.
Every Essendon fan around the country knew that he wasn’t going to miss it
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Wedgie » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:05 pm

JK wrote:Technically speaking, should the Elliott goal have been disallowed? Marked it with 32 seconds remaining but kicked after the siren, so technically play on before he kicked it?

No. The 30 second clock stops when they begin their run up.
In essence Ben Brown has up to about 40 seconds!
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Senor Moto Gadili » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:05 pm

JK wrote:Technically speaking, should the Elliott goal have been disallowed? Marked it with 32 seconds remaining but kicked after the siren, so technically play on before he kicked it?

No .... he took the mark with 32 seconds to go and the shot clock started with 30 seconds to go. He started his run up with 4 seconds to go, so he was fine from that perspective.
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Armchair expert » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:06 pm

He kicked over the mark more than Dawson did
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby JK » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:15 pm

Cheers lads, thought there was probably a reason. Great finish so thankfully all above board
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Re: AFL Round 19

Postby Rik E Boy » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:36 pm

JK wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:Great kick by Elliot.
Shades of Scotty Hodges in the 96 prelim.


Uncalled for mate ;)


I know mate low blow. I reckon there wasn't a single Norwood supporter in the house who thought Scotty was going to miss that shot. **** I was gutted lol.

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