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Re: 2020 Player movement

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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Hazydog » Tue Feb 04, 2020 5:55 pm

A few more ins for the Dogs.. (courtesy of SANFL site)


Jai Nanscawen (Dandenong Stingrays), Mitch Bunworth (Palmerston Magpies), Joel Buderick (NT Thunder/Nightcliff),
Brett Kennedy (South Adelaide)

Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby heater31 » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:41 pm

Hazydog wrote:
Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


3rd SANFL club in as many years????

North, South and now Central.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Big Phil » Tue Feb 04, 2020 9:40 pm

heater31 wrote:
Hazydog wrote:
Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


3rd SANFL club in as many years????

North, South and now Central.


I reckon it is 3rd club in 4 years.

2017 at North Adelaide - Reserves
2018 at Pooraka FC - Division 4 SAAFL
2019 at South Adelaide - Reserves + 2 x League games
2020 at Central District - Will be a depth player IMHO
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:46 am

Big Phil wrote:
heater31 wrote:
Hazydog wrote:
Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


3rd SANFL club in as many years????

North, South and now Central.


I reckon it is 3rd club in 4 years.

2017 at North Adelaide - Reserves
2018 at Pooraka FC - Division 4 SAAFL
2019 at South Adelaide - Reserves + 2 x League games
2020 at Central District - Will be a depth player IMHO

and we sure do need some depth.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby UK Fan » Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:51 am

Hazydog wrote:A few more ins for the Dogs.. (courtesy of SANFL site)


Jai Nanscawen (Dandenong Stingrays), Mitch Bunworth (Palmerston Magpies), Joel Buderick (NT Thunder/Nightcliff),
Brett Kennedy (South Adelaide)

Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


https://www.ntthunder.com.au/player/joel-budarick/


Brett Kennedy is listed as 179cm 71 kg on South website
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby whufc » Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:02 am

We have definitely recruited well in numbers but will be interesting to see what sort of quality.

The last two recruits the South bloke and the NTFL Thunder guy have played alot more ressies than league football which doesnt stack up greatly to being a successful SANFL league player.

I'm optimistic but very cautious.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby bulldogproud » Wed Feb 05, 2020 10:17 am

whufc wrote:We have definitely recruited well in numbers but will be interesting to see what sort of quality.

The last two recruits the South bloke and the NTFL Thunder guy have played alot more ressies than league football which doesnt stack up greatly to being a successful SANFL league player.

I'm optimistic but very cautious.


Joel Budarick, (the NTFL Thunder guy), to be fair, did play every game in the NEAFL League team after his debut (he only turned 18 in September), plus he was co-captain of the NT Under 18 Academy team and played 18 league games of the 2018/19 NT summer for Nightcliff, culminating in winning the premiership. Not a bad pick-up.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby am Bays » Wed Feb 05, 2020 11:16 am

bulldogproud wrote:Joel Budarick, (the NTFL Thunder guy), to be fair, did play every game in the NEAFL League team after his debut (he only turned 18 in September), plus he was co-captain of the NT Under 18 Academy team and played 18 league games of the 2018/19 NT summer for Nightcliff, culminating in winning the premiership. Not a bad pick-up.
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So you're basically saying he's a good pick for your twos thid s year and maybe if he hangs around he'll play some league footy in 2021 and maybe by 2022 he could be a league regular - once he's learned how to play Senior league footy

The lack of basic footy knowledge of structures and relative skills under pressure up here compared to SANFL league footy is massive.

Quick I grant you but the footy NEAFL is SANFL ressies standard and NTFL SANFL U/18s.

Don't get me wrong there are league footballers up here but they're like unicorn sh!t very uncommon. Average player up here would struggle to play SANFL 18s
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:00 pm

whufc wrote:We have definitely recruited well in numbers but will be interesting to see what sort of quality.

The last two recruits the South bloke and the NTFL Thunder guy have played alot more ressies than league football which doesnt stack up greatly to being a successful SANFL league player.

I'm optimistic but very cautious.

but we really need the depth.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby DOC » Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:12 pm

Brett came to South as Michael Handby coached him at North and he was looking to play. Had good consistent reserves form and played 2 league games. Averaged a touch under 2 goals a game. Did not have an impact and was dropped. Tries hard but we have our fair share of small forwards. Still traveled from the dark side of town which is a big commitment without regular league footy,

Hope it goes well for him.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby daysofourlives » Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:55 pm

Hazydog wrote:A few more ins for the Dogs.. (courtesy of SANFL site)


Jai Nanscawen (Dandenong Stingrays), Mitch Bunworth (Palmerston Magpies), Joel Buderick (NT Thunder/Nightcliff),
Brett Kennedy (South Adelaide)

Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


Ryan Carnelly is also back at the dogs. He will play League, fittest one on the track, good skills.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Spargo » Wed Feb 05, 2020 3:04 pm

daysofourlives wrote:
Hazydog wrote:A few more ins for the Dogs.. (courtesy of SANFL site)


Jai Nanscawen (Dandenong Stingrays), Mitch Bunworth (Palmerston Magpies), Joel Buderick (NT Thunder/Nightcliff),
Brett Kennedy (South Adelaide)

Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


Ryan Carnelly is also back at the dogs. He will play League, fittest one on the track, good skills.

Even more depth!
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby whufc » Wed Feb 05, 2020 3:24 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:
whufc wrote:We have definitely recruited well in numbers but will be interesting to see what sort of quality.

The last two recruits the South bloke and the NTFL Thunder guy have played alot more ressies than league football which doesnt stack up greatly to being a successful SANFL league player.

I'm optimistic but very cautious.

but we really need the depth.


Agree we need depth but more importantly imo we need more league standard players, adding that would naturally add depth
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby bulldogproud » Wed Feb 05, 2020 3:27 pm

am Bays wrote:
bulldogproud wrote:Joel Budarick, (the NTFL Thunder guy), to be fair, did play every game in the NEAFL League team after his debut (he only turned 18 in September), plus he was co-captain of the NT Under 18 Academy team and played 18 league games of the 2018/19 NT summer for Nightcliff, culminating in winning the premiership. Not a bad pick-up.
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So you're basically saying he's a good pick for your twos thid s year and maybe if he hangs around he'll play some league footy in 2021 and maybe by 2022 he could be a league regular - once he's learned how to play Senior league footy

The lack of basic footy knowledge of structures and relative skills under pressure up here compared to SANFL league footy is massive.

Quick I grant you but the footy NEAFL is SANFL ressies standard and NTFL SANFL U/18s.

Don't get me wrong there are league footballers up here but they're like unicorn sh!t very uncommon. Average player up here would struggle to play SANFL 18s


I wouldn't rule him out playing a fair bit of league football this season; you don't become NT Under 18 captain without ability. The following players have all come through the NT Thunder Academy: Cyril Rioli (Hawthorn), Xavier and Raphael Clarke (St Kilda), Daniel Rioli (Richmond), Jed Anderson (North Melbourne), Steven Motlop (Geelong), Nakia Cockatoo (Geelong), Zac Bailey (Brisbane).

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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby northerner » Wed Feb 05, 2020 4:03 pm

whufc wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
whufc wrote:We have definitely recruited well in numbers but will be interesting to see what sort of quality.

The last two recruits the South bloke and the NTFL Thunder guy have played alot more ressies than league football which doesnt stack up greatly to being a successful SANFL league player.

I'm optimistic but very cautious.

but we really need the depth.


Agree we need depth but more importantly imo we need more league standard players, adding that would naturally add depth


I think our depth is fine... lots of guys who can play a reasonable role at league level.

Our issue is lack of elite players who can significantly impact on a game. Daniel Menzel is one such player, takes us to 5.... still short by two or three.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Hazydog » Wed Feb 05, 2020 4:42 pm

DOC wrote:Brett came to South as Michael Handby coached him at North and he was looking to play. Had good consistent reserves form and played 2 league games. Averaged a touch under 2 goals a game. Did not have an impact and was dropped. Tries hard but we have our fair share of small forwards. Still traveled from the dark side of town which is a big commitment without regular league footy,

Hope it goes well for him.


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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby beef » Thu Feb 06, 2020 7:42 am

daysofourlives wrote:
Hazydog wrote:A few more ins for the Dogs.. (courtesy of SANFL site)


Jai Nanscawen (Dandenong Stingrays), Mitch Bunworth (Palmerston Magpies), Joel Buderick (NT Thunder/Nightcliff),
Brett Kennedy (South Adelaide)

Any thoughts on Kennedy from Panther fans? Is he a mid, tall etc..?


Ryan Carnelly is also back at the dogs. He will play League, fittest one on the track, good skills.

Carnelly will just be happy Laird is gone so he can wear long sleeves
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby gazzamagoo » Thu Feb 06, 2020 9:29 am

northerner wrote:
whufc wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
whufc wrote:We have definitely recruited well in numbers but will be interesting to see what sort of quality.

The last two recruits the South bloke and the NTFL Thunder guy have played alot more ressies than league football which doesnt stack up greatly to being a successful SANFL league player.

I'm optimistic but very cautious.

but we really need the depth.


Agree we need depth but more importantly imo we need more league standard players, adding that would naturally add depth


I think our depth is fine... lots of guys who can play a reasonable role at league level.

Our issue is lack of elite players who can significantly impact on a game. Daniel Menzel is one such player, takes us to 5.... still short by two or three.

Menzel, Menzel, Hoskin, Boyd, Schiller, Schiller,
I reckon Presbury will step up now as well, we're getting there.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby northerner » Thu Feb 06, 2020 10:14 am

gazzamagoo wrote:
northerner wrote:
whufc wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:hufc"]

Agree we need depth but more importantly imo we need more league standard players, adding that would naturally add depth


I think our depth is fine... lots of guys who can play a reasonable role at league level.

Our issue is lack of elite players who can significantly impact on a game. Daniel Menzel is one such player, takes us to 5.... still short by two or three.

Menzel, Menzel, Hoskin, Boyd, Schiller, Schiller,
I reckon Presbury will step up now as well, we're getting there.


Boyd was the one I didn't add, based on his last season.
You are right on Pres... also guys like Furnell, Dew, McLean and Fort. Several guys have not stepped up to that next level over the last 2 or 3 years and under a different coach/approach and a does of luck with injuries (esp Dew, Furnell and Connor) might yet be ready to become that impact player they can be.
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