R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

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R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby DOC » Tue Aug 31, 2021 6:01 pm

Both sides won last week. Second v second last in the last minor round game for the year would normally add up to a one sided affair.

I think Centrals have plenty to play for and with Jarrod Schiller playing his 200th, a big team effort is on the cards.

I do expect the Eagles to win though. Eagles by 3 goals.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby southernbulldog » Tue Aug 31, 2021 7:05 pm

Great effort by Jarrod to reach 200 games a tremendous clubman who gives his all every game.Unfortunately we wont get close to a win for him.The Eagles will win easily wouldnt expect to get within 8 goals.The end of a disappointing season we were never going to play finals but hoped to win a few more games.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby whybother » Tue Aug 31, 2021 8:07 pm

The last game of the minor round last year, E vs C, and C won by 6 pts (from memory). But that was at the Ponderosa.
The more interesting game will probably be the Reserves, with finals spots on the line.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby MJP1993 » Tue Aug 31, 2021 8:47 pm

whybother wrote:The last game of the minor round last year, E vs C, and C won by 6 pts (from memory). But that was at the Ponderosa.
The more interesting game will probably be the Reserves, with finals spots on the line.


Hopefully no one gets injured or reported in the league game for the Eagles
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby goddy11 » Wed Sep 01, 2021 8:28 am

whybother wrote:The last game of the minor round last year, E vs C, and C won by 6 pts (from memory). But that was at the Ponderosa.
The more interesting game will probably be the Reserves, with finals spots on the line.

You might want to look at the table again. I assume its a top 5. Unless CD win by over 100 point the table will remain as is. No finals spots on the line as the finals are set.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby whybother » Wed Sep 01, 2021 10:40 am

Oooops, the Reserves table changed a bit since I last looked. So that means Eagles play Sturt for the 6th time this year. The boys must be getting quite chummy by now,
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby Doddy » Wed Sep 01, 2021 11:35 am

Since North lost last week, the Eagles can't lose 2nd spot, and can't get up to 1st so it looks like they have nothing to play for. Surely we should expect some bruise-free footy to keep them in good nick for the finals.

The door is ajar for a sneaky Centrals win if they can assemble one of their good performances on the day, and there have been a few. It could get them to the dizzy heights of 8th spot if they do.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby MJP1993 » Wed Sep 01, 2021 12:42 pm

Doddy wrote:Since North lost last week, the Eagles can't lose 2nd spot, and can't get up to 1st so it looks like they have nothing to play for. Surely we should expect some bruise-free footy to keep them in good nick for the finals.

The door is ajar for a sneaky Centrals win if they can assemble one of their good performances on the day, and there have been a few. It could get them to the dizzy heights of 8th spot if they do.


You mean like Centrals did last round last year
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby southernbulldog » Wed Sep 01, 2021 7:21 pm

The Eagle supporters have nothing to worry about on Saturday you will win easily and are certainties. just hope we can make you earn the win and not get beaten by to much .6-8 goals would be as close we could expect.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby bulldogproud » Wed Sep 01, 2021 8:20 pm

If only the weather was running a day late. In the wet conditions of Friday, we could keep the margin down to a respectable level. However, I feel that Dan and Troy will star for the Eagles and subject us to a ten goal loss.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby goddy11 » Wed Sep 01, 2021 9:43 pm

bulldogproud wrote:If only the weather was running a day late. In the wet conditions of Friday, we could keep the margin down to a respectable level. However, I feel that Dan and Troy will star for the Eagles and subject us to a ten goal loss.


I still don't understand why you sacked them. :shock:
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby bulldogproud » Thu Sep 02, 2021 9:50 am

goddy11 wrote:
bulldogproud wrote:If only the weather was running a day late. In the wet conditions of Friday, we could keep the margin down to a respectable level. However, I feel that Dan and Troy will star for the Eagles and subject us to a ten goal loss.


I still don't understand why you sacked them. :shock:


The club didn't sack them. Troy and Dan left of their own accord, mainly because of the change in coaching structure.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby UK Fan » Thu Sep 02, 2021 6:21 pm

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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby Eagles Nest » Thu Sep 02, 2021 7:16 pm

UK Fan wrote:Dogs side

https://cdfc.com.au/news/league-round-1 ... selection/


Out: Cannizzaro

In: Hoskin


Hopefully Hoskin keeps his elbows tucked in this week
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby MJP1993 » Thu Sep 02, 2021 7:39 pm

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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby Mr Fuller » Thu Sep 02, 2021 7:57 pm

MJP1993 wrote:Eagles side with a debutant

https://wwtfc.com.au/news/wise-round-19 ... elections/


Eagles team is looking good. Cameron and Macfarlane are both back from injury playing in the reserves as well so I am assuming they will be asked to go flat out to make a good case for promotion in week 1 of the finals.. Looking forward to seeing how Litster goes but don't know too much about him. I know he was playing in the State U18 match against WA so the lad obviously has some talent. I am a bit surprised that Hoile couldn't get a look in after a fairly solid season in the reserves but might have to have one more big pre-season.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby southernbulldog » Thu Sep 02, 2021 8:26 pm

Your team looks outstanding and now looking like a 10 goal plus loss for us.It will be similar to our game against Glenelg when it looked like men against boys we will try hard but simply wont get close.
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Thu Sep 02, 2021 8:30 pm

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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby whybother » Thu Sep 02, 2021 9:22 pm

You got it, Pirate Pat
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Re: R19 Eagles v Centrals Sat 2.10

Postby DOC » Thu Sep 02, 2021 10:05 pm

EAGLES

A mixture of the old and new will line-up on the Eagles’ half-back line against Central at Maughan Thiem Kia Oval.

SANFL 200 Club player Matthew Goldsworthy will play his first League game since Round 9 due to a shoulder injury.

On the other flank, 19-year-old Max Litster, from Minlaton, will make his League debut after playing for the Torrens University SA U19 team last Saturday.

Jimmy Toumpas also returns to the Eagles’ 25-man squad, named on the seven-man extended interchange bench which must be trimmed by three before the bounce.

League

F: Stengle, Von Bertouch, D. Menzel

HF: Poole, Hayes, T. Menzel

C: Pudney, Tsitas, Mutch

HB: Goldsworthy, Giuffreda, Litster

B: Beecken, Thompson, Rowland



R: Redden, Sinor, Knight

INT: Haylock, Lehmann, Firns, Comitogianni, Lonergan, Toumpas, Jungfer

IN: Goldsworthy, Litster, Toumpas

NEW: Max Litster (CMS Crows)



Reserves
McFarlane, Mills, Moore, Kerrish, Cameron, Neumann, West, Schmusch, Mead, Seymour, Hardie, Williams, Bruce, Gaffney, D’Aloia, Dawkins, Pearce, McLeod, Hoile, Buck, Wheare



CENTRAL

Central has regained a star utility as it prepares to celebrate the 200th game of Jarrod Schiller against the Eagles at Maughan Thiem Kia Oval.

Justin Hoskin has recovered from an Achilles injury to be named in the forward pocket while fellow inclusion Darcy Pisani returns to the centre square.

Co-captain Luke Habel will miss his fellow captain Schiller’s milestone match with injury while Rhys Cannizzaro has been omitted.

League

F: Hoskin, Fort, Grace

HF: Presbury, Graham, Lange

C: Olsson, Pisani, Barreau

HB: M. Neagle, Weaver, Shaw

B: Alleer, Llewllyn, Patterson



R: Marsh, T. Schiller, J. Schiller

INT: Dew, Grant, Morton, O’Brien

IN: Hoskin, Pisani

OUT: Habel (injured), Cannizzaro

MILESTONE – Jarrod Schiller 200 games



Reserves
S. Linke, Dorizzi, Gant, Dudley, Gillard, Reed, J. Neagle, Richard, Cannizzaro, Cowham, Deakin, McDonald, Montgomerie, Krieg, Whitelum, Iles, Distefano, Thomson, Grubb. H. McCabe, Rigney, Kennedy, De Jonge
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