Round 11

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Round 11

Postby Dutchy » Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:23 pm

Saturday July 1
Central District v Glenelg (My Money House Oval) – 2.10pm
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CENTRAL

Central will regain veteran Kyle Jenner for its match against Glenelg on Saturday.

The former Port Magpie has been missing since the Round 8 win against West Adelaide while being troubled by a calf complaint.

Jenner’s return will result in one player – Luke Habel, Will Hewett, Isaya McKenzie or Kyle Presbury – being trimmed from the four-man extended interchange bench.

League

F: T. Schiller, Butcher, Walter

HF: Hoskin, Hannath, Milne

C: Jenner, Holman, Goodrem

HB: Barreau, Stephenson, Barmby

B: Haydon, Templeton, Llewellyn



R: D. Fort, J. Schiller, Jansen

INT: Habel, Hewett, McKenzie, Presbury

IN: Jenner

Reserves
Antonie, Blenkiron, Boyle, Broadwood, Claughton, Coleman, Collier, Dahms, Furnell, Greig, Hamon, Hanna, Lehman, McLennan, Nason, Prior, Reichert, Richardson, Stevens, Stewart, Waldhuter, Weaver.

Under-18
Billing, Cannizzaro, Carnelly, Carpenter, Cotgrove, Cormack, Dahms, Dearlove, East, Elbrow, Falkenberg, Hunt, Lane, Lange, Matters, Montgomerie, Nietschke, Payne, B. Pilkington, Russo, Schiller, Shaw, Shirley, Spence, Stevens, Weetra.

GLENELG

Glenelg has been struck by injury ahead of its clash with Central on Saturday.

Defenders Christian Howard and Brad Agnew couldn’t be considered while midfielder Riley McFarlane is restricted by an ankle ailment.

Experienced utility Max Proud – who kicked four goals in the Reserves – has been added to the extended interchange bench along with versatile Todd Slade, key forward Damien Hill and midfielder Lachlan Earl.

Pacy Josh Koster has been included for his first Macca’s League game this season after being named on the wing.

League

F: I. Milera, McBean, Sawford

HF: Vitkunas, Scott, T. Milera

C: Barry, Nicholson, Koster

HB: Scharenberg, Curran, Bradley

B: Haarsma, Sellar, Joseph



R: McGinty, Boyle, Snook

INT: Proud, Chalmers, Slade, Hill, Earl

IN: Slade, Earl, Koster, Hill, Proud

OUT: Agnew (concussion), McFarlane (ankle), Howard (general soreness)

Reserves
Buchanan, Casey, Chichester, Cock, B. Edwards, Ellis, Farquhar, Hosie, B. Merrett, M. Merrett, Montgomery, Papatolis, Robinson, Schott, Strange, Sullivan, Trembath, Walker, Wong.

Under-18
F: Weatherald, McCarthy, Liambis
HF: Corso, Noble, Searle
C: Hatt, Leck, Foulds
HB: Carney, Hein, Inglis
B: Fraser, Read, Potter

R: Flinn, Cubillo, Boyle
INT: Jones, Murphy, Tugwell, Hosking
EMG: Strickland, McMurray, Mallen, Muller



Eagles v Port Adelaide (Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval) – 2.10pm
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EAGLES

Woodville-West Torrens has been dealt a blow with lead ruckman Marc Borholm to miss the game against Port on Saturday.

Borholm is likely to miss 2-3 weeks with a knee injury, paving the way for Jordan West to get his chance in the centre square.

The nephew of former Glenelg and Norwood forward Jim West, Jordan West has been joined by Magarey Medal runner-up Angus Rowntree and running defender Jarred Allmond in the squad of 23.

Allmond has recovered from a quad injury which has kept him sidelined since the Round 8 win against North Adelaide.

League

F: Boyd, N. Hayes, Poole

HF: Rowland, J. Hayes, McGregor

C: Johansen, Lewis, Gaffney

HB: Hall, Stewart, Goldsworthy

B: Westbrook, Thompson, Giuffreda



R: West, Sinor, Comitogianni

INT: Haylock, Woods, Firns, Rowntree, Allmond

IN: Allmond, West, Rowntree

OUT: Borholm (knee)

Reserves
F: Mead, Moller, Weidemann
HF: Jolly, Georgeson, Cook
C: Wehr, Minney, Martin
HB: Elsworthy, Heinjus, Cardone
B: Hoyle, Summerton, W. McPherson

R: Miller, Lee, Moore
INT: Hawkins, Longbottom

Under-18
F: Passaniti, Armfield, T. Hoyle

HF: Pratico, Francis, Simpson

C: Goold, Pudney, Hann

HB: Pedler, Schwarz, Firns

B: Miller, McKay, Carter



R: Schultz, McKinnon, Studham

INT: Bondarenko, Friend, Hillard, Michael, McCauley, McLeod

PORT

Port has regained clever forward Angus Monfries for the clash with the Eagles on Saturday.

The former Essendon player has been named at half-forward after recovering from a calf strain suffered playing for the Magpies.

He has been joined by captain Steven Summerton, Louis Sharrad and Robbie Young in the 23-man squad which is yet to be finalised.

Jasper Pittard and Matt White have been called up for AFL duty, both playing for the Power against Collingwood last Saturday.

League

F: Eddy, Howard, Lobbe

HF: Marshall, Krakouer, Monfries

C: Drew, Palmer, Hewett

HB: Toumpas, Austin, Snelling

B: Bonner, Lienert, Irra



R: Frampton, Ah Chee, Atley

INT: Ladhams, Johnson, Summerton, Sharrad, R. Young

IN: Monfries, Summerton, Sharrad, R. Young

OUT: Pittard (AFL), White (AFL)

Reserves
Anyang, Baron, Biemans, Cooper, Corcoran, Davidson, Finnie, Ginever, T. Gray, Hampton, Hawkins, Mahney, Miller, Proude, Reynolds, Roads, Ross, Rudloff, Zavryl.

North Adelaide v South Adelaide (Prospect Oval) – 2.10pm
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NORTH

North Adelaide coach Josh Carr has swung the axe ahead of Saturday’s clash with South at Prospect.

While Marlon Motlop is unavailable due to a shoulder injury, Carr has also sent back Alex Barns, George Thring and Sam McInerney to the Reserves.

Former leadership group member Joe Anderson has returned to the club after initially deciding to retire from SANFL, with the former Carlton utility named at half-back.

Sam De Leonardis and Maris Olekalns have been named on the extended bench while Surfers Paradise recruit Noa Corbett (23, 175cm and 74kg) and Crystal Brook’s Brayden Kirk (19, 182cm and 71kg) could make their Macca’s League debut.

League

F: Hender, Ramsey, Corbett

HF: McDonough, Smith, Ryswyk

C: Kirk, McKenzie, Olekalns

HB: Anderson, C. Craig, Clisby

B: Wilkie, Darrou, Minervini



R: J. Craig, Spina, M. Thring

INT: De Leonardis, Quinn, Schwarz, Wundke

IN: Anderson, Corbett, De Leonardis, Kirk, Olekalns

OUT: Motlop (shoulder), A. Barns, McInerney, G. Thring

Reserves
F: C. Barns, A. Barns, Boles
HF: Helyar, Harvey, Woolford
C: G. Thring, McInerney, Lloyd
HB: Rogers, Wharton, Driscoll
B: Wohling, Grove, Virgin

R: Sweet, Liston, Matsouliadis
INT: Crompton, Stuart

Under-18
F: Aplin, Langley, Rogers
HF: Coleman-Oakes, Rack, Dittmar
C: Neagle, Brereton, Henriks
HB: Moore, Trenorden, Slee
B: Purser, Kitschke, Falcione

R: Oborn, Woodcock, O’Leary
INT: Garlett, Smyrneos, Issah, Osborne, Byrne, Scott, H. Ralph

SOUTH

South Adelaide has added height to its line-up to confront North on Saturday.

Former basketballer Codey Ellison – 199cm and 96kg – has been named in the forward pocket while Matt Raitt and Connor Fairlie have also been added to the 23-man squad.

Only one player has been omitted at this stage, with Nic Schwarz sent back to the Reserves.

League

F: Ellison, Haren, Liddle

HF: Raitt, Overall, Barnes

C: Newell, Cross, Hunter

HB: Fields, Crabb, Rankine

B: Haines, Durdin, Redigolo



R: Bass, Davis, Gotch

INT: Rose, Cailotto, J. Taylor, Fairlie, McMahon

IN: Ellison, Raitt, Fairlie

OUT: Schwarz

Reserves
Heaslip, Szust, Millman, McKinnon, Tyllis, Aurrichio, Need, Badger, Kappler, Damin, Neville, Bruce, Rolfe, Moyle, Ah Chee, Veide, Gulden, Brown, Schwarz. Emg: Albanese

Under-18
Beenham, Sampson, Riddle, Illingworth, Penn, Burns, Tucker-Cook, Williams, Bogle, Fitt, Whitbread, Clark, Mayes, Manuel, Milsom, Mountford, Sowter, Wilkinson, McGree, Elmes, Gaspari, Bradford, Sparrow, Robertson, Carapetis.

Sturt v Adelaide (Peter Motley Oval) – 2.10pm
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STURT

Sturt could unleash two debutants against Adelaide on Saturday.

Teenage forward Josh Dodd, from Mannum and Jake Veale, from the Sydney Swans Academy, have been added to the Double Blues’ 23-man squad along with bigman Henry Voigt.

Premiership goalsneak Ben Hansen couldn’t be considered due illness.



League

F: Sutcliffe, Beard, Read

HF: Slimming, M. Evans, Hone

C: Colquhoun, Sumner, Crocker

HB: Battersby, F. Evans, Stephens

B: Page, Gilfoy, McMahon



R: Osborn, Riley, P. Wilson

INT: Kirkwood, Harms, Voigt, Dodd, Veale

IN: Dodd, Veale, Voigt

OUT: Hansen (illness)

Under-18
F: Ortiz, Parker-Boers, Woollard

HF: Cross, Richards, Ashby

C: Hough, Hone, Stokes

HB: How, Grieve, Lochowiak

B: Longden, Grundy, Fielke



R: Mitchell, Trenorden, Allan

INT: Illman, Smith, Smelt, Quaini

EMG: Worthley, Ellis, Cavouras, Welsby

ADELAIDE

Adelaide has been ravaged by injury and AFL selection ahead of the clash with Sturt on Saturday.

On-ballers Reilly O’Brien (back) and Harrison Wigg (hip) couldn’t be considered due to injury while Riley Knight, Mitch McGovern and David Mackay were called up for AFL duty by coach Don Pyke.

This has paved the way for development players Tom Pinyon, Louis De Michele, Braden Altus, Josh Wittwer and Daniel Fry to be included in the 23-man squad, with Pinyon set to start in a forward pocket.

Andy Otten has been named at half-forward after being squeezed out of the Crows’ AFL line-up.



League

F: Pinyon, Dear, Poholke

HF: Otten, Himmelberg, Jarman

C: Seedsman, Thompson, Gallucci

HB: Signorello, Doedee, Hill

B: Murphy, Cheney, Keath



R: Hunter, Menzel, Gore

INT: De Michele, Wittwer, Waterman, Altus, Fry

IN: Pinyon, De Michele, Wittwer, Waterman, Altus, Fry, Otten

OUT: Wigg (hip), O’Brien (back), Knight (AFL), Mackay (AFL), McGovern (AFL)



Sunday July 2
Norwood v West Adelaide (Coopers Stadium) – 2.10pm
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NORWOOD

Norwood will welcome back two Jack Oatey Medallists and a former Crow for its clash with West on Sunday.

Star trio Matt Panos, Dean Terlich and Mitch Grigg have all recovered from injury to take their place in the starting line-up for the Redlegs.

Veteran midfielder Tim Webber has been forced out with a knee injury suffered against South in the first week of Round 10.

This leaves two more players to be trimmed from coach Jarrod Cotton’s squad before the bounce.

League

F: Smart, Johnson, Wilson

HF: Terlich, Dawe, Panos

C: Nunn, Grigg, Kirwan

HB: Bode, Georgiou, McKenzie

B: Levicki, Shenton, Jefferies



R: Baulderstone, Roocke, Fuller

INT: Bartlett, Bower, T. Forster, Z. Richards, Bampton

IN: Panos, Terlich, Grigg

OUT: Webber (knee)

Reserves
Carter, Olsson, Josh Miller, J. Richards, Astbury, T. Charlton, George, Atkinson, Fahlbusch-Moore, Bielby, Viney, Di Stefano, M. Coles, Hupfeld, Patterson, Hartman, Pedro, Gerloff, Pascoe, Ball, North, Breden.

Under-18
Bailey, Bristow, L. Charlton, Davidson-Smith, Gerloff, Jarvis, J. Martin, Partridge, Siviour, Barnett, Buckham, J. Coles, Dawson, Hanuman, Joseph, Mundy, Petrohilos, Valente, Blades, Chandler, Collins, Draper, Heard, T. Martin, Nield, Saywell, Ware.

WEST

Emerging utility Mason Middleton is set to return from injury against Norwood on Sunday.

A late withdrawal from the Bloods side which won its first game of the season against North last Saturday, Middleton has recovered from his back complaint.

The Riverland product has been joined in the Bloods’ 23-man squad by goalsneak John Noble and midfielder Oliver Johnson, who continues to build strong form in the Reserves with 26 disposals in his last outing.

Exciting talent Izak Rankine is the only certain omission due to his involvement with the McDonald’s SA Under-18 team in Victoria across the next week.

League

F: Fielke, Watchman, Green

HF: Turner, Middleton, Karpany

C: Batley, K. Stevens, Haysman

HB: Agostino, Burgess, Hill

B: Caire, Keough, Wasley-Black



R: McPherson, Schiller, Schmidt

INT: Pillion, O. Johnson, J. Noble, Bates, Favretto

IN: Middleton, O. Johnson, J. Noble

OUT: Rankine (McDonald’s SA U18)

Reserves
Silverlock, Waite, Head, Carger, J. Evans, L. Ryan, Iannucci, Heitmann, I. Johnson, Inglis, Majok, Holliday, Vassallo, Halkias, Male, Fairlie, J. Ryan, J. Stevens, Lynch, Crump, L. Evans.

Under-18
Nunan, Eichner, Gutsche, May, Baker, Walton, Inglis, Boots, Jones, Gibson, Wright, Thilthorpe, Hay, Laube, Rugari, Gulliford, Patterson, Stidiford, Rana, Woolridge, Westley, Satanek, Dunkin, Hannagan.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Jim05 » Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:34 pm

Sturt would be doing cartwheels looking at the Ravens line up
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Re: Round 11

Postby thegrowler » Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:39 pm

Glenelg 1-39
Eagles 1-39
Sturt 40+
South 1-39
Norwood 40+ (Will be watched first hand from Coopers Hill)
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Re: Round 11

Postby CUTTERMAN » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:06 am

So no FTA game this week.
You'd think WWT V Power Res would be worthy of a telecast.
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Re: Round 11

Postby gadj1976 » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:58 am

Jim05 wrote:Sturt would be doing cartwheels looking at the Ravens line up


I am Jim!

We should win that one.
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Re: Round 11

Postby GMcG » Fri Jun 30, 2017 12:39 pm

'Dogs by 5 goals.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Pseudo » Fri Jun 30, 2017 12:50 pm

^ agree. Bays don't handle the big ovals so well, and have a few decent outs.

South and Norwood in the other games.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Dutchy » Fri Jun 30, 2017 3:06 pm

Summerton get a game in A grade this week or not?
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Re: Round 11

Postby Booney » Fri Jun 30, 2017 3:33 pm

Dutchy wrote:Summerton get a game in A grade this week or not?


If you maintain our AFL side is our A grade then no, it's not possible. Absurd. Which way do you want it?

If you're asking if he plays SANFL league, I don't think so with our short injury list.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Jim05 » Fri Jun 30, 2017 4:42 pm

Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:Summerton get a game in A grade this week or not?


If you maintain our AFL side is our A grade then no, it's not possible. Absurd. Which way do you want it?

If you're asking if he plays SANFL league, I don't think so with our short injury list.

Neade and Young being held over as emergencies so he may get a gig
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Re: Round 11

Postby Dutchy » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:13 pm

Serious question, looking at backing the Magpies so hope he plays.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Booney » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:28 pm

Dutchy wrote:Serious question, looking at backing the Magpies so hope he plays.


I thought we played the Eags Sunday, so yes, I'd expect he'll play tomorrow as at least one or two will be held out as emergencies for tomorrow night.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Brodlach » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:57 pm

Jim05 wrote:
Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:Summerton get a game in A grade this week or not?


If you maintain our AFL side is our A grade then no, it's not possible. Absurd. Which way do you want it?

If you're asking if he plays SANFL league, I don't think so with our short injury list.

Neade and Young being held over as emergencies so he may get a gig

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Re: Round 11

Postby Grenville » Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:32 pm

Emerging utility Mason Middleton? Looks like he's pudged up a bit and hasn't stepped up like he should have. The lad should be tearing this comp apart, saw him a fair while back and he has a ridiculous amount of untapped talent. I'd be interested to hear Westies supporters opinions of how he's gone.
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Re: Round 11

Postby matt35 » Fri Jun 30, 2017 8:43 pm

Making the trip out to Elizabeth tomorrow, but not confident due to a couple of key outs and our record out there; winless since 2008!

Centrals, Port, South, Sturt and Norwood my winners for this week.
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Re: Round 11

Postby Brodlach » Fri Jun 30, 2017 8:58 pm

Grenville wrote:Emerging utility Mason Middleton? Looks like he's pudged up a bit and hasn't stepped up like he should have. The lad should be tearing this comp apart, saw him a fair while back and he has a ridiculous amount of untapped talent. I'd be interested to hear Westies supporters opinions of how he's gone.

In some regards I agree but he really needs to grow into his body. Has been far better the past 12 months
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Re: Round 11

Postby Grenville » Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:56 pm

Brodlach wrote:
Grenville wrote:Emerging utility Mason Middleton? Looks like he's pudged up a bit and hasn't stepped up like he should have. The lad should be tearing this comp apart, saw him a fair while back and he has a ridiculous amount of untapped talent. I'd be interested to hear Westies supporters opinions of how he's gone.

In some regards I agree but he really needs to grow into his body. Has been far better the past 12 months


The lad can pluck a grab from anywhere, in any place on the ground. Just has that ability to make other blokes look second rate without trying, players like that are rare. I hope he finds the consistency to go with it, you can't help but admire class footballers. We'd have him in a heartbeat.
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Re: Round 11

Postby wedgetail » Fri Jun 30, 2017 10:37 pm

Not confident about the Eags tomorrow. Expect Port to have a significant advantage in ruck/clearances with Borholm out.
A good test for Rowntree and hopefully he can build his match fitness the next few weeks. Also a good test for our bottom 6 against AFL competition.
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Re: Round 11

Postby tkr » Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:59 am

Grenville wrote:
Brodlach wrote:
Grenville wrote:Emerging utility Mason Middleton? Looks like he's pudged up a bit and hasn't stepped up like he should have. The lad should be tearing this comp apart, saw him a fair while back and he has a ridiculous amount of untapped talent. I'd be interested to hear Westies supporters opinions of how he's gone.

In some regards I agree but he really needs to grow into his body. Has been far better the past 12 months


The lad can pluck a grab from anywhere, in any place on the ground. Just has that ability to make other blokes look second rate without trying, players like that are rare. I hope he finds the consistency to go with it, you can't help but admire class footballers. We'd have him in a heartbeat.


Yes he has great hands and no doubt can take a grab from anywhere. Still taking the marks but has lost a bit with his kicking, especially for goals. Still only young and definitely would not like to lose him.

Hopefully some big changes (off field) at the end of the year will see us improve. Also if we can recruit better than we have for the last two years will see the club being more competitive in 2018.
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Re: Round 11

Postby another grub » Sat Jul 01, 2017 3:27 pm

Keep the scores coming and and whats happening at the games. Whos got the wind and whats it worth?
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