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R4 North v South

Postby DOC » Tue Apr 19, 2022 5:43 pm

Saturday 1.10

North come off an impressive victory and South come off a game to forget. I've tried but I can't.

South have played Prospect well of late winning 3 of the last 4 times there. South will hope to have Wilkinson back. Slape will miss with injury. North will lose their leading kicker Bauer but look to have 5 available including, Moore and Craig.

Will wait for the teams before I tip South by a point,
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Apr 20, 2022 11:30 am

Norf by plenty.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby DOC » Thu Apr 21, 2022 7:47 pm

NORTH

League

F: Ramsey, Hilder, Lockyer

HF: Grubb, Wilsdon, McInerney

C: Wigg, C. Combe, Minervini

HB: Magor, Finlay, Miller

B: Thorne, van Huisstede, Craig



R: Harvey, Young, W. Combe

INT: Brazel, Deep, Elbrow, Fahey, Longbottom, Moore, Szekely

IN: Brazel, Craig, Deep, Fahey, Longbottom, Moore, Thorne

OUT: Bauer (concussion), LeBois (leg), Patmore (hamstring), Spina (Health and Safety Protocols)

NEW: Tyson Brazel (Prince Alfred OC), Matthew Longbottom (BSR Tigers), Sam Thorne (Sydney Academy)



Reserves
O’Loughlin, Tasker, Hewett, Stapleton, Bowman, Byrne, Motton, Langley, Hoy, Murphy, Schreiber, Mackenzie, Borg, McCann, Simon, Dinning, Freer, Robinson, McTaggart

Under-18
F: Max Blacker (25), Isaac Keeler (5), Ollie Dignan (12)
HF: Jed Dignan (13), Stirling Smith (9), Kelsey Rypstra (30)
C: Angus Tully (20), James White (21), Harper Montgomery (16)
HB: Lachlan McKenzie (33), Shaun Bennier (6), Luke Harvey (15)
B: Logan Mulady (8), Toby Turner (36), Nick Schofield (47)

R: Jack Hodges (3), Billy Dowling (14), Hughen Wissman (23)
INT: Will Francou (27), Ethan Walker (44), Will Carter (11), Kalan Caputo (22), Kane McAuliffe (7), Darcy Kelly (1), Brodie Motlop (17), Darcy Modra (45), Jake Grubb (41)

Under-16
PJ Carlin (1), Thomas Stevens (6), Max Flowers (8), Tom Tasker (10), Noah Algate (11), Josh Clohesy (12),Owen Kalic (15), Mitchell Llewellyn (16) Fergus Lamp-Brooks (17),Louie Montgomery (18), Connor O’Leary (19), Blake Oudshorn-Bennier (21),Jye Reidy (23), Reggie Reupana (24), Matthew Beard (30), Evan Bradley (31), Thomas Griffiths (33), Liam Grubb (34), Joel Hill (36), Josh Koster (37), Jackson Wintle (40), Alex Jankovic (41), Bayley Visser (50)



SOUTH

League

F: Gaden, Garthwaite, Overall

HF: Bogle, Menzie, Wilkinson

C: Turner, Gibbs, Sampson

HB: Haines, Broadbent, Ramsey

B: Lovering, Summerton, Clavarino



R: Brooksby, Davis, Milsom

INT: Birt, Hayes, Tucker, Kraemer, Dumesny, Heaslip

IN: Wilkinson, Gaden, Lovering, Tucker, Dumesny

OUT: Gunther (Health and Safety Protocols), O’Neill (Health and Safety Protocols), Slape (personal)

NEW: Tate Lovering (Kingscote), Sam Gaden (Sydney Swans Academy/NSW Bulldogs)



Reserves
F: Gill, Mills-Richardson, Shillabeer
HF: Clifton, Kantilla, Cresswell
C: Brown, Collins, Hoeck
HB: Abbott, McGary, R. Jones
B: Douglass, Hindes, S. Jones

R: Megins, Rogers, Spacie
INT: Flett, Mitchell, Dewhirst, Moore

Under-18
F: Jaiden Magor, Will Verrall, Jack Delean
HF: Kyan Smith, Koby Cockshell, Myles Amos
C: Ryan Pearsons, Angus Bradley, Charlie Duncan
HB: Cameron Kirkland, Kyle Marshall, Talon Copley
B: Nicholas Schroder, Dylan Miller, Jye Bottroff

R: Thomas Welk, Blake Rodrigues, Tom Wheaton
INT Sebastian Oliver, Alex Lawley, Khori Mills-Richardson, Austin Hogg, James Baxter, Noah Howes, Hugh Daniell, Jayden Christophers, Jordan Hooper

Under-16
F: Joel Cartwright, Jacob Sheean, Benny Barrett
HF: Oliver Goss, Harrison Pope, Dakota Sterzl
C: Alan Singh, Cohen Shortridge, Jay Chapman
HB: Tyson Roberts, Maxwell Collins, Brayden Nicholls
B: James Papworth, Cameron Woods, Dylan Williams

R: Jake Agnew, Phoenix Hargrave, Ken Angus
INT: Brad Jackson, Lincoln Priddle, Mackenzie Darling, Hudson Voigt, Callum Bennett, Harry Saunders, Joshua Lees, Harper Kuerschner
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby DOC » Thu Apr 21, 2022 8:01 pm

South will miss O'Neil who as been best or next to it three weeks in a row,

Geden selected to start the most surprising selection I have ever seen in football. Astonishing.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby Big Phil » Thu Apr 21, 2022 8:31 pm

DOC wrote:G(a)den selected to start the most surprising selection I have ever seen in football. Astonishing.


Why's that, mate?
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby DOC » Thu Apr 21, 2022 8:47 pm

This year he has kicked 4 goals in 3 reserves games averaging 10 disposals., 2 marks, 2 clearances and 2 tackles. Had 7 disposals last week with a goal. Pinch hit in the ruck but at 194cm not a big option at league level.

Last year he averaged 8 disposals and kicked 7 goals in 14 matches.

On what form is he playing league football? Has shown nothing.


Will now kick the winner from 60 out after a run down tackle against Cambell Coombe.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby southee » Thu Apr 21, 2022 9:42 pm

DOC wrote:South will miss O'Neil who as been best or next to it three weeks in a row,

Geden selected to start the most surprising selection I have ever seen in football. Astonishing.


Agree, Gaden selection threw me. Strange one that.

That saying O'Neill out is a massive blow to the side.
Mid field will suffer from his Health and Safety Protocol.

After watching South last week v Sturt, the first half was deplorable. Forward line all over the shop.

Unfortunately, I think North will win by 3 goals.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby robranisgod » Thu Apr 21, 2022 11:29 pm

Spina is a huge out for North. Has held the defence together.
Not confident given the 4 outs have all been very good.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby blueandwhite » Fri Apr 22, 2022 10:37 am

[South definitely undermanned through injury and the season has only just begun..
Going to be difficult at Prospect even though our record there in recent times is quite good.
O'neill missing is a big out for South as he has been in great form.For South to win Brooksby will need to find some form and someone will need to step up in the midfield in O'Neills absence.
South by 2 pts.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby am Bays » Fri Apr 22, 2022 10:42 am

O'neil and Haines should be on Sandys radar....
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: R4 North v South

Postby whufc » Fri Apr 22, 2022 10:47 am

If North could not pick Longbottom this week it would be greatly appreciated.

Next week the times align much better so that we could all go down and get at minimal a half in of watching his debut. :lol:
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby gazzamagoo » Fri Apr 22, 2022 11:17 am

whufc wrote:If North could not pick Longbottom this week it would be greatly appreciated.

Next week the times align much better so that we could all go down and get at minimal a half in of watching his debut. :lol:


Go straight from the Centrals game to the North game.
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby stampy » Fri Apr 22, 2022 12:00 pm

norf by 10pts
Go The Tiges!!!
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby another grub » Fri Apr 22, 2022 12:10 pm

What % of time is A Young spending forward / on ball would you say?
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby Jim05 » Sat Apr 23, 2022 2:52 pm

2 weeks in a row where South have had trouble getting to the game on time by the looks
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby PanthersFan » Sat Apr 23, 2022 3:02 pm

This is a disgrace by South. Better show something in the second half…
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby another grub » Sat Apr 23, 2022 3:22 pm

WTF going on there?
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby am Bays » Sat Apr 23, 2022 3:56 pm

North have turned the pressure off and South are doing as they please.
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: R4 North v South

Postby PanthersFan » Sat Apr 23, 2022 4:02 pm

Much better quarter for South but ruined it by a stupid short kick in defence which resulted in North’s only goal for the quarter right near the end. Good to see some fight though, game on!
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Re: R4 North v South

Postby locky801 » Sat Apr 23, 2022 4:03 pm

am Bays wrote:North have turned the pressure off and South are doing as they please.


thought the Norf guys must have forgot to leave the Taj :roll:
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