R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

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R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby DOC » Wed Jul 14, 2021 5:58 pm

Both sides winners last week with Norwood being the more impressive of the two.

Looks like Norwood may lose Nunn and the Eagles to lose Von Bertouch.

Eagles won easily first time around and have a good record at the Parade.

Toss of the coin. Norwood by a point.
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby am Bays » Wed Jul 14, 2021 7:12 pm

DOC wrote:Both sides winners last week with Norwood being the more impressive of the two.

Looks like Norwood may lose Nunn and the Eagles to lose Von Bertouch.

Eagles won easily first time around and have a good record at the Parade.

Toss of the coin. Norwood by a point.


I'll be happy with a Norwood win, if we do the same, Minor Premiership sealed.
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: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby MJP1993 » Wed Jul 14, 2021 8:07 pm

The eagles will be without Von Bertouch but should get knight and Troy Menzel back .
I think it’s going to be a tight hard fought game
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby nwdfanparade » Wed Jul 14, 2021 10:10 pm

am Bays wrote:
DOC wrote:Both sides winners last week with Norwood being the more impressive of the two.

Looks like Norwood may lose Nunn and the Eagles to lose Von Bertouch.

Eagles won easily first time around and have a good record at the Parade.

Toss of the coin. Norwood by a point.


I'll be happy with a Norwood win, if we do the same, Minor Premiership sealed.


Me thinks minor premiership already sealed. Can't see you dropping 4 of the last 5 games. Happy if you drop a game at the Bay in a couple of week's time though ;)
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby Aerie » Thu Jul 15, 2021 7:12 pm

Big game for both teams. An Eagles win will go a long way to sewing up a top 3 spot, especially if Glenelg beat South.

Was a terrible game for the Eagles at Norwood last year, hopefully that result is reversed.

Was Sinor injured last week too? I see he’s named to play.
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby whybother » Thu Jul 15, 2021 7:21 pm

The third generation of Phillipous is named in the Reserves. Good luck young man. Now I've seen them all...must be getting old.
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby DOC » Thu Jul 15, 2021 7:52 pm

NORWOOD

Norwood will be without skipper Matthew Nunn for an extended period as it prepares to face the Eagles at Coopers Stadium.

Nunn strained his hamstring against Port last round, ensuring he will again miss matches after previously injuring a hamstring in the West End State Game.

Four inclusions – Zac Richards, Cole Gerloff, Jack Heard and potential debutant Sam Morris – are in the mix to replace the Redlegs captain.

Dual Magarey Medallist Mitch Grigg will play his 150th SANFL League game.

League

F: Tranfa, Boyd, Barry

HF: Binder, Shenton, Puopolo

C: Douglas, J. Richards, Rokahr

HB: Bower, Ball, Hamilton

B: Wilkins, Talia, Collins



R: Knoll, Kennerley, Grigg

INT: Z. Richards, McKenzie, Wagner, J. Heard, Saywell, Gerloff, Morris

IN: Z. Richards, J. Heard, Gerloff, Morris

OUT: Nunn (hamstring)

NEW: Samuel Morris (Payneham)

MILESTONE – Mitch Grigg – 150 games



Reserves
Z. Richards, McKenzie, Book, Buckham, Larkins, Vardenaga, Cotter, Pascoe, Kent, Wagner, Hearing, Fairbrother, J. Heard, Saywell, Gerloff, Cavallaro, Schwerdt, Carey, Morris, Haebich, Trepka, Robinson, Roberts, Warton, Ianiello, M. Carroll

Under-18
Walls, Bishop, Hyde, De Luca, Joseph, Jones-Bobridge, Gale, Pisani, Trevor, Capurso, Rahui, McShane, Richardson, Charlton, Belperio, Verrall, Minervini, Perkin, Kemp, Michalanney, Dobie, Stenchlik, Wright, Boxer, Foster, Pitt, Bowman, Krollig, Carey, Lake, Dickeson



EAGLES

Woodville-West Torrens is set to field a smaller forward structure against Norwood at The Parade.

With key forward Jake Von Bertouch ruled out with a hamstring injury, the Eagles have included medium-sized forwards Troy Menzel and Nick Moore as potential replacements.

Troy Menzel has been sidelined since Round 7 with a wrist injury.

Mitch Hardie and Cooper Gaffney have also been named on the seven-man extended interchange bench.

Premiership captain Luke Thompson will achieve SANFL Player Life Membership when he lines up in his 200th League game.

League

F: Stengle, D. Menzel, Haylock

HF: Poole, Hayes, Firns

C: McFarlane, Tsitas, Mutch

HB: Seymour, Giuffreda, Toumpas

B: Beecken, Thompson, Rowland



R: Redden, Sinor, Lonergan

INT: Pudney, Hardie, T. Menzel, Comitogianni, Jungfer, Gaffney, Moore

IN: Hardie, Gaffney, T. Menzel, Moore

OUT: Von Bertouch (hamstring)

MILESTONE – Luke Thompson – 200 games



Reserves
Nicholls, Adams, Mills, Lee, Phillipou, West, Schmusch, Mead, Williams, Bruce, D’Aloia, Dawkins, Pearce, Michael, Lehmann, McLeod, Hoile, Buck, Jackson, Wheare

Under-18
F: Carter, Harnas, Dwyer
HF: Siney, J. Hendry, Pearce
C: Murphy, Launer, L. Hendry
HB: C. Schwartz, Menta, Goldie
B: Hansen, Williams, Wollogorang

R: Fry, Neumann, Barkla
INT: Cook, Mansell, B. Schwartz, Dosljak, Day, McNeil, Papanotis, Roe
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby wedgetail » Fri Jul 16, 2021 10:02 am

With the forecast conditions, VB's loss won't be as crucial as I'm sure we'll go in with a smaller forward line.
Eagles were as bad at Norwood last year as Norwood were at Oval Ave this year. Will be a slogfest with the team wanting it more winning. Will not be pretty to watch.
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Fri Jul 16, 2021 2:26 pm

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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby JK » Fri Jul 16, 2021 9:32 pm

wedgetail wrote:With the forecast conditions, VB's loss won't be as crucial as I'm sure we'll go in with a smaller forward line.
Eagles were as bad at Norwood last year as Norwood were at Oval Ave this year. Will be a slogfest with the team wanting it more winning. Will not be pretty to watch.


I fear the Eagles might have a little more class near goal, which is often the deciding factor in a slog. Hope Im wrong obviously and our boys bring the form from last week, but much different class of opponent this weekend. W/L or D, hope the boys give everything for Griggy in his 200th, he's well and truly earned the right to be a revered figure at the Parade.
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby Reddeer » Sat Jul 17, 2021 12:07 am

Congratulations to Eagles captain Luke Thompson on his 200th game Good Luck
Grigg playing his 150th as well apparently
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby JK » Sat Jul 17, 2021 12:32 am

Reddeer wrote:Congratulations to Eagles captain Luke Thompson on his 200th game Good Luck
Grigg playing his 150th as well apparently


Oops, thought I might have had Griggy's milestone wrong.

Always had a ton of respect for Thompson - Placed with a SANFL club but stuck around, and has always been dependable, well done on a great career
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby MJP1993 » Sat Jul 17, 2021 7:46 am

JK wrote:
Reddeer wrote:Congratulations to Eagles captain Luke Thompson on his 200th game Good Luck
Grigg playing his 150th as well apparently


Oops, thought I might have had Griggy's milestone wrong.

Always had a ton of respect for Thompson - Placed with a SANFL club but stuck around, and has always been dependable, well done on a great career


My memory isn’t as good as it was . Either Luke’s dad told me or I read somewhere that Luke loved the Eagles because the eagles treated him better than the Crows did .
But whatever reason he stuck with the eagles and the eagles have benefited from his stability 200 games and the longest serving captain for the Eagles
Well done Luke
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby Mr Fuller » Sat Jul 17, 2021 11:53 am

MJP1993 wrote:
JK wrote:
Reddeer wrote:Congratulations to Eagles captain Luke Thompson on his 200th game Good Luck
Grigg playing his 150th as well apparently


Oops, thought I might have had Griggy's milestone wrong.

Always had a ton of respect for Thompson - Placed with a SANFL club but stuck around, and has always been dependable, well done on a great career


My memory isn’t as good as it was . Either Luke’s dad told me or I read somewhere that Luke loved the Eagles because the eagles treated him better than the Crows did .
But whatever reason he stuck with the eagles and the eagles have benefited from his stability 200 games and the longest serving captain for the Eagles
Well done Luke


Not sure whether it was luck or whether it was just the way they were welcomed by the Club but the Eagles generally did very well selecting players from the Crows/Power Mini-draft when it was around. Thompson and McKenzie being two prime examples. I'd also throw Knights in there who also played 30 odd games for us but always seemed to like playing for the Club and may well have stuck around had he not been drafted by Richmond that took him back to Victoria. Mark Stevens is another who could quite easily have decided not to play for the Eagles during SANFL finals time with the Crows finishing up their campaign but enjoyed pulling on our jumper.

All these players have/had great character and such players are the types you want to have around the Club.

Congratulations Thommo on your 200th. Since its formation the Club has had three full-backs who have held down that position at our Club for a combined total of about 25 years - Thompson, Hall and Spehr. It is this stability down back that has been one of reasons our Club has been pretty successful. Thommo has been up there with the best of them in the way he is unassuming but always get the job done. Like Giuffreda's 200th earlier this season let's hope that if we are well ahead in the last quarter that Sheedy swings you forward and gives you the opportunity to kick a goal!
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R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby Jim05 » Sat Jul 17, 2021 5:23 pm

Absolute capitulation from this bunch of marshmallows.
Grigg goals to put the lead out to 19 points halfway through the third quarter and since then the Eagles have kicked 6.2 to 0.0.
Absolutely weak as piss
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby nwdfanparade » Sat Jul 17, 2021 6:44 pm

PatowalongaPirate wrote:Hybrids by 33pts.


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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby ferret » Sat Jul 17, 2021 7:15 pm

Jim05 wrote:Absolute capitulation from this bunch of marshmallows.
Grigg goals to put the lead out to 19 points halfway through the third quarter and since then the Eagles have kicked 6.2 to 0.0.
Absolutely weak as piss


I think they were white marsh mellows with a tooth pick in them.
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby MJP1993 » Sun Jul 18, 2021 8:45 am

Being an Eagles fan it would be great to see them kick straight in front of goals again .
But a win is win especially at Norwood oval .
Nice the Eagles rested Redden and Hayes in the last quarter .
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby whybother » Sun Jul 18, 2021 12:16 pm

There seems to be a "calmness" with the Eagles under Sheedy. Even behind, like yesterday and GF2020, they keep on keeping on, and stick to their game plan. It seems to work
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Re: R15 Norwood v Eagles Saturday 1410.

Postby MJP1993 » Sun Jul 18, 2021 2:12 pm

whybother wrote:There seems to be a "calmness" with the Eagles under Sheedy. Even behind, like yesterday and GF2020, they keep on keeping on, and stick to their game plan. It seems to work


Watching the game on the pass the callers were really confused that Norwood was in front but the eagles had control of the ball . Suddenly saying Stengle did nothing then ok goal 1 or 2 same with Tsitas hadn’t done much then ok he has.
Personally the biggest game change was Poole into the centre and suddenly the eagles stretched their wings kicked a heap of goals to 1.
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