Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

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Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Tue May 23, 2017 10:01 am

Norwood v Eagles
Friday 26 May
Coopers Stadium

Reserves: 4:40pm
League:

Another side with good form the Eagles must face .
Small ground under lights another test for the Eagles .
Do we think any changes this week ?
Do we go in unchanged ?

Get behind the boys guys and gays a big crowd cheering on the eagles .
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mara32 on Tue May 23, 2017 12:41 pm

How much of a blow is Viney for Norwood? Don't really know him but he's been suspended for 1 match.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Tue May 23, 2017 4:40 pm

Mara32 wrote:How much of a blow is Viney for Norwood? Don't really know him but he's been suspended for 1 match.

Good question Mara32 anyone have any clue ?
Hopefully it helps the Eagles
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by spell_check on Tue May 23, 2017 5:34 pm

We should win; after all, we have 3 extra players on the field for us...or is it 21 extra players, I don't know - it depends which opposition supporter you speak to.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by goddy11 on Tue May 23, 2017 6:14 pm

spell_check wrote:We should win; after all, we have 3 extra players on the field for us...or is it 21 extra players, I don't know - it depends which opposition supporter you speak to.
I have read some of these thing. These guys need to open both eyes and forget the umpires. That Norwood lot want a free for every thing and the opposition none. I never watch the umpires. Most of the time they are better than the supporters except for that western bulldogs guy last year against the crows.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by spell_check on Tue May 23, 2017 6:33 pm

goddy11 wrote:
spell_check wrote:We should win; after all, we have 3 extra players on the field for us...or is it 21 extra players, I don't know - it depends which opposition supporter you speak to.
I have read some of these thing. These guys need to open both eyes and forget the umpires. That Norwood lot want a free for every thing and the opposition none. I never watch the umpires. Most of the time they are better than the supporters except for that western bulldogs guy last year against the crows.

Troy Pannell, yes, that was a rare exception!

All it comes down to is the umpires cannot create the desire to win, nor get numbers around the ball. They also don't make you hit targets.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Tue May 23, 2017 6:51 pm

spell_check wrote:
goddy11 wrote:
spell_check wrote:We should win; after all, we have 3 extra players on the field for us...or is it 21 extra players, I don't know - it depends which opposition supporter you speak to.
I have read some of these thing. These guys need to open both eyes and forget the umpires. That Norwood lot want a free for every thing and the opposition none. I never watch the umpires. Most of the time they are better than the supporters except for that western bulldogs guy last year against the crows.

Troy Pannell, yes, that was a rare exception!

All it comes down to is the umpires cannot create the desire to win, nor get numbers around the ball.  They also don't make you hit targets.

Well said you two
We will ignore i actually got a reply from an umpire on the ground
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Wed May 24, 2017 9:38 am

Mara32 wrote:How much of a blow is Viney for Norwood? Don't really know him but he's been suspended for 1 match.

Ok Mara i asked on another footy forum Viney came in to replace Philips who is the better player and missed more by norwood
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mara32 on Wed May 24, 2017 9:57 am

Fair enough... either way, I think our best footy should be good enough. I always feel Friday night games are tough for us cuz we don't play them much and Norwood play them every second week... but having said that we have a pretty good record over the years.

Look forward to the challenge.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Wed May 24, 2017 10:06 am

Mara32 wrote:Fair enough... either way, I think our best footy should be good enough. I always feel Friday night games are tough for us cuz we don't play them much and Norwood play them every second week... but having said that we have a pretty good record over the years.

Look forward to the challenge.

Another tough game for the guys
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Thu May 25, 2017 5:12 pm

Angus Rowntree is set to play his 100th League game on Friday night at the Parade. After an injury interrupted pre-season Angus has had a strong month of football in the Reserves and is primed to take on Norwood in his milestone match. Ethan Haylock’s strong form in the Reserves has also been rewarded being added to the 22 man squad. Jared Petrenko is set to the miss the game with a minor quad issue.

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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mara32 on Thu May 25, 2017 5:24 pm

The one thing Eags have been lucky with so far this year is injury... not sure we have the depth to cover 2-3 starting 18 at the 1 time.

So hopefully Pup is minor and no one joins him.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Thu May 25, 2017 5:25 pm

Mara32 wrote:The one thing Eags have been lucky with so far this year is injury... not sure we have the depth to cover 2-3 starting 18 at the 1 time.

So hopefully Pup is minor and no one joins him.

true
hopefully not a bad injury
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by goddy11 on Fri May 26, 2017 7:38 am

Pity for the player that drops out. I'm a fan of Haylock based on what I saw last year so I hope he makes the cut. We play well against Norwood most of the time (except last year). Pup will be massive loss but we need to rotate player to avoid long term injuries as we tend the play a full on game. Some of the Norwood crowd are a bit hostile.They always complain about umpiring so I hope we flog them. I usually meet up with a Norwood mate at the Coopers bar in the NW pocket but I will watch it on my laptop tonight.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by goddy11 on Fri May 26, 2017 10:31 am

Also congrats to Gus Rowntree. 100 games. With luck it could have been 150. A true club champion.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Fri May 26, 2017 11:35 am

goddy11 wrote:Also congrats to Gus Rowntree. 100 games. With luck it could have been 150. A true club champion.

And Goddy a very good replacement for the Pup
Well done Gus on 100 games
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by MichaelScott on Sat May 27, 2017 8:34 am

Our weaknesses got exposed last night..undersized in ruck and in defence and the midfield is way too slow...can't have rowntree rowland poole and lewis all playing midfield. Summerton is not up to it and needs to be dropped. Whittlesea is a decent b grader but nothing more but due to lack of options will keep getting a game

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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mara32 on Sat May 27, 2017 9:18 am

Hate losing to Norwood, but can't help feeling we might've needed that.

I agree with most things you said Michael, but not so much the pace... we've looked lightning quick in winning games this year. Every team looks slow when they're having a dirty day/night.

We missed Pup, and we have no depth.

Godden will respond.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by goddy11 on Sat May 27, 2017 11:17 am

Yes agree. In past weeks our pace has been our weapon. Maybe its the smaller ground but we looked like we had a hangover from last week. Gus did not have his best match. Bauldestone killed Bomber but this was bombers first loss and he did get the ball around the ground. All our small were well beaten. Was Hall injured. I saw he had only 3 touches until 3/4 time. I hate Norwood oval so I watched it on the stream although I have the seasons pass.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Sat May 27, 2017 12:18 pm

MichaelScott wrote:Our weaknesses got exposed last night..undersized in ruck and in defence and the midfield is way too slow...can't have rowntree rowland poole and lewis all playing midfield. Summerton is not up to it and needs to be dropped. Whittlesea is a decent b grader but nothing more but due to lack of options will keep getting a game

i agree to some extent
We as fans knew Bomber loses to the norwood ruckmen .
We all knew Pup would be missed didnt know that much
Dont agree with Summerton who comes Wood Cause there was no Guff last night in any side .
WHittlesea maybe
But west may come up soon
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Sat May 27, 2017 12:33 pm

Mara32 wrote:Hate losing to Norwood, but can't help feeling we might've needed that.

I agree with most things you said Michael, but not so much the pace... we've looked lightning quick in winning games this year. Every team looks slow when they're having a dirty day/night.

We missed Pup, and we have no depth.

Godden will respond.

agree a loss we needed

Was nice to see our state u18 players doing well in the seconds
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Reddeer on Sat May 27, 2017 5:02 pm

The loss probably wont hurt us but injures to Hall and McGregor and Petrenko might. Guff must have surcomed to another injury. We need him fit and back in the side. I don't think we play that well at night as well and with Norwood and South they are sides who seem a bit stronger that the ones we have beaten so far

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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mara32 on Sat May 27, 2017 5:44 pm

What's happened to Hall and McGregor?
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Columbo on Sat May 27, 2017 5:58 pm

Hally didn't have a touch in second half, paper said concussion. Don't recall seeing anything myself, speaking to someone after the game they said it possibly happened when he took a pack mark.
Paper says hamstring for Loccy, didn't see that either.
Might have been easier to see if they turned all the lights on  Smile  seemed to be alot of dark spots last night or was that just me.
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Re: Round 7: Norwood v Eagles - Friday 26 May @ Coopers Stadium

Post by Mickyj on Sun May 28, 2017 12:46 pm

Columbo wrote:Hally didn't have a touch in second half, paper said concussion. Don't recall seeing anything myself, speaking to someone after the game they said it possibly happened when he took a pack mark.
Paper says hamstring for Loccy, didn't see that either.
Might have been easier to see if they turned all the lights on  Smile  seemed to be alot of dark spots last night or was that just me.

yeah as the night wore on the grandstand end got harder to see the players numbers
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