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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by westbulldog View Post
    West McLean Williams and Morris should be the bench imo. What Roarke Smith, Bailey Dale and Lachie Young have done lately escapes me. Lachie Young shows potential however Bailey Dale doesn't perform when he gets elevated and you are only as good as your last game and Roarke's was a non event. When Dale Morris runs onto the ground it should and will inspire every player and supporter.
    Morris probably isn't ready yet and there isn't really a matchup for him this week either. I would be very concerned at seeing all of Trengove, Cordy, Wood and Morris in the backline, especially with Caleb out - our run from defence would be seriously lacking.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Morris probably isn't ready yet and there isn't really a matchup for him this week either. I would be very concerned at seeing all of Trengove, Cordy, Wood and Morris in the backline, especially with Caleb out - our run from defence would be seriously lacking.
    last week wasn't too bad though :- Dale Morris 13 disposals, seven marks, three rebound 50’s. Plus his presence inspires and transcends all else.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by merantau View Post
    Having 1eyedog as our in house linguist all goes well for the future of the English language on WOOF.
    I saw what you did there.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    No change, which is fair enough. Roarke’s haircut really goes with the Fight back jumper.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Melbourne:
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    Marty Hore (Injured), Sam Weideman (Injured), Tom McDonald (Injured)

    No recognised tall forward with both McDonald and Weideman out. Pruess to pinch hit down there. We really should be able to make it difficult for them to score.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by The Underdog View Post
    No change, which is fair enough. Roarke’s haircut really goes with the Fight back jumper.
    Surely his last chance.
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by 1eyedog View Post
    Surely his last chance.
    He was pretty good 2 weeks ago and had a poor one last week, so not sure that's the case, but probably lucky that none of Tom, Mitch or Dale were quite ready.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Am I the only one thinking that in comparison to the first half of the year the penny seems to have dropped with the Match Committee? The last few weeks teams have been solid and what do you know: we’re winning. I reckon if West and Morris over the next couple of weeks and then Libba and Caleb return we will be an awesome side to contend with.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by AutoFill View Post
    Am I the only one thinking that in comparison to the first half of the year the penny seems to have dropped with the Match Committee? The last few weeks teams have been solid and what do you know: we’re winning. I reckon if West and Morris over the next couple of weeks and then Libba and Caleb return we will be an awesome side to contend with.
    I think there is something to that. We started to play better football once we picked better balanced sides
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Melbourne:
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    Jake Lever, Neville Jetta, Max Gawn
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    Marty Hore (Injured), Sam Weideman (Injured), Tom McDonald (Injured)

    No recognised tall forward with both McDonald and Weideman out. Pruess to pinch hit down there. We really should be able to make it difficult for them to score.
    Trengove needs to just try and get his opponent to stop and wrestle so we can have a third man in at every contest. Cordy is the second tall player but our smaller jumping types (Wood and Crozier) should be able to peel off and play this role perfectly.

    Perhaps they try Lever or Frost forward? Frost is super quick for a tall.
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Ideal time to bring in West and we didn't. Roarke had better perform today.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    I’m sure he will. The Dees don’t rate him. West will get his chance I’m sure
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Disappointing marking contest there, three Demons went up and only Fletcher contested.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    79 for Melbourne seems like a bit of a dick, smiling after nearly taking Nash's head off

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 17, Vs Melbourne

    Casey getting away with a lot of scragging and holding on

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