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Post by Mickyj on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:21 pm

Friday Night who is going ?
I will try and get up in the stand near the Stats team .
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Re: Eagles V the dogs

Post by zest on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:22 pm

I'll be there

hopfully Ben English will play seniors Smile
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Post by Mickyj on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:24 pm

zest wrote:I'll be there

hopfully Ben English will play seniors Smile

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury
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Post by zest on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:25 pm

Mickyj wrote:

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

or is it because of his softness Wink
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Post by Mickyj on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:30 pm

zest wrote:
Mickyj wrote:

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

or is it because of his softness Wink

6 of 1 half a dozen of the other .

Interesting to see out of who got injured last week who will play.
Stewart hammy ?
Welsh finger ?
Wright Hammy didnt play?
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Post by SANFLfan on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:32 pm

Mickyj wrote:
zest wrote:I'll be there

hopfully Ben English will play seniors Smile

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

How bad is Redden's injury?

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Post by zest on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:34 pm

SANFLfan wrote:
Mickyj wrote:
zest wrote:I'll be there

hopfully Ben English will play seniors Smile

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

How bad is Redden's injury?

Dont know you would have to ask the power as they deal with AFL listed players but it was hard to tell how bad it was.
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Post by zest on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:35 pm

Fitzgeralds knee? aswell for the injuries
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Post by Mickyj on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:35 pm

SANFLfan wrote:
Mickyj wrote:
zest wrote:I'll be there

hopfully Ben English will play seniors Smile

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

How bad is Redden's injury?

He came back on played a little in the ruck and up forward with his knee strapped .But he wasn't good on it.
Mind u pre the knee injury he'd lost something from last year .
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Re: Eagles V the dogs

Post by eaglehaslanded on Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:37 pm

Looking forward to this one as it will be a true test against quality opposition unlike our recent trial against South. Should be able to make it down there after work on Friday.
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Post by eaglehaslanded on Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:10 pm

Will there be any changes to the league side for this weeks trial. For example will macca step back into the team.
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Post by Mickyj on Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:31 pm

eaglehaslanded wrote:Will there be any changes to the league side for this weeks trial. For example will macca step back into the team.

Realistic changes could be Hoben for Redden
Thompson an in .His run and evade 3 or 4 south guys was great Saturday.
Lewis perhaps for Stewart depending on stewarts hammy .
Would love the indigenous kids to get a sniff Mattz and Bushann
Rimmington may come in .
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Post by zest on Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:41 pm

zest wrote:Fitzgeralds knee? aswell for the injuries

looks like he will need a knew reco bad luck for the poor guy Crying or Very sad
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Post by zest on Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:42 pm

Mickyj wrote:
zest wrote:
Mickyj wrote:

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

or is it because of his softness Wink

6 of 1 half a dozen of the other .

Interesting to see out of who got injured last week who will play.
Stewart hammy ?
Welsh finger ?
Wright Hammy didnt play?

Welsh avalible round 2 i heard maybe round three form finger surgery
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Post by zest on Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:48 pm

Trial will now be at thebarton i have heard and will be six 20min quaters and will be a combined res and league teams
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Re: Eagles V the dogs

Post by Mickyj on Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:50 pm

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

VENUE CHANGE FOR TRIAL MATCH

At the request of the AFL, the trial matches between Central District and Woodville-West Torrens, originally scheduled to take place at Hamra Homes Oval this Friday (March 5), have been shifted.



A combined League and Reserves trial match of six 20-minute quarters will now be played at Thebarton Oval on Friday, March 5, from 5.30pm.



The venue change ensures the ground conditions at Hamra Homes Oval will meet AFL standard for the NAB Challenge match between Adelaide and Melbourne this Saturday (March 6).



For more information, contact:



Melanie Reid

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Phone: 8440 6903

Mobile: 0437 294 197
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Re: Eagles V the dogs

Post by Mickyj on Wed Mar 03, 2010 9:16 pm

Mickyj wrote:
zest wrote:
Mickyj wrote:

Second ruck spot should be up for grabs this week with Reddens knee injury

or is it because of his softness Wink

6 of 1 half a dozen of the other .

Interesting to see out of who got injured last week who will play.
Stewart hammy ?
Welsh finger ?
Wright Hammy didnt play?

Injury update
Welsh out for 4 to 5 weeks might be our first or second game
Stewart hamstring injury
Wright was running laps still with a hammy injury
Redden no idea on his knee
Fiztgerald knee recon very bad luck
Cica appeared to have injured himself perhaps a driver at training.
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Re: Eagles V the dogs

Post by spell_check on Wed Mar 03, 2010 9:57 pm

Best get all the injuries out the way now in the preseason...anyone left?
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Post by Mickyj on Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:25 pm

spell_check wrote:Best get all the injuries out the way now in the preseason...anyone left?

Yes spelly I agree
Oh we have some players left don't worry .
Of course we are going to get some AFL players coming back through us .
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Post by Mickyj on Thu Mar 04, 2010 6:58 pm

should we expect a team list at some stage ?
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Post by Columbo on Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:32 pm

Should be interesting to see how many both sides go in with and who does or doesnt play, believe the 18's are playing on Sunday at Elizabeth so maybe the guys who can still play 18's might have a kick there and the rest who arent injured will get a run tomorrow night for a 2/6ths or 3/6ths or is that a third and half??
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Post by Mickyj on Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:35 am

Columbo wrote:Should be interesting to see how many both sides go in with and who does or doesnt play, believe the 18's are playing on Sunday at Elizabeth so maybe the guys who can still play 18's might have a kick there and the rest who arent injured will get a run tomorrow night for a 2/6ths or 3/6ths or is that a third and half??

Have u been chatting with Zest Columbo Wink thats what he said to CD or Kurt or the CEO Wednesday night lol 2/6ths or 3/6ths Laughing
Welcome aboard young man I thought you may have been to busy to get your pm Very Happy
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Post by Mickyj on Fri Mar 05, 2010 9:18 pm

A very strange game a win to Centrals
Eagles "reserves" played 3 quarters
Eagles "league" played 3 quarters
Centrals league played 4 quarters

I should be upset but it was only a trial game .the lights were shocking .The first 3 umpires were too AfL in their umpiring .The second set I felt sorry for as it was so dark .
Well done to the dogs.
Eagles league still needs to work on the new game style.
Could be a reflection of part of Wednesday nights training sloppy ball skills shown

Well done dogs
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Re: Eagles V the dogs

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:25 pm

FINAL SCORES:

Central: 2.2 4.3 6.7 9.11 12.14 15.14 = 104

Eagles: 2.1 4.2 6.2 8.4 9.10 9.11 = 65


Result: Central by 39 points



GOAL KICKERS:

Central: I.Callinan 2.1, R.Williams, A.Fry 2.0, E.Sansbury, M.Frail, J.Wittwer 1.2, K.Jenner, M.Westhoff 1.1, T.Goodrem, J.Mackenzie, M.White 1.0, J.Nash, J.Hannath, J.Schiller, D.Koler 0.1, Rushed 0.1

Eagles: S.Hill 3.1, G.Dawson, B.English 2.0, D.Symmons, J.Redden 1.0, M.Goldsworthy 0.2, B.Geddes, A.Grocke, L.Staple, T.Corbett, S.Lewis, Rushed 0.3



BETTER PLAYERS: (in team sheet numeric order)

Central: I.Callinan, J.Hardy, J.Nash, J.Mackenzie, P.Thomas, A.Hayes, R.Williams, A.Fry, J.Wittwer

Eagles: L.Treeby, L.Powell, L.Jarrad, M.Broadbent, T.Corbett, M.Goldsworthy, S.Hill



The first 2 quarters there were a lot of young guys from both sides with Central basically playing their reserves side (excluding maybe Ash Duncan and Chris Gowans) then the 'league' team played the last 4 quarters. The Eagles mixed it uo a little more with mostly younger guys early on then through the 3rd quarter a few fringe players were given there opportunity then their stronger side for the last 3 quarters basically. For a early season game, the skills were quite good, particularly when the 'league' players came on.

For the Dogs, they got off to a pretty good start when their league side came out with Ryan Williams and Ian Callinan getting plenty of the ball through the middle and dangerous up forward. Trent Goodrem had a good start early to his game before being rested a bit through the latter stages of the contest. Skipper Paul Thomas privided great run and drive both from haf back and through the midfield while Jay nash played across the half back line all night and was pretty impressive, just needs to work on his disposal by foot a bit more.

Promising string bean Mitch Frail and pwer listed Matt Westhoff were the Dogs main targets in attack and worked well together at varying times throughout the night. Eddie Sansbury had his usual flashy moments and young Indigenous lad Josh Wittwer was very impressive as a crumbing forward and later on the ball in Matthew Slade's old number 59 jumper. Buckets Mackenzie was Buckets and did well in ruck and as a key forward while Jack Hannath and Tasmanian recruit Cameron Milne had their moments. Milne still needs to work on his dispoal but has good athleticism.

Justin Hardy looks as though he is ready to step up and make the key defensive position his own with the recent unexpected retirement of veteran Yves Sibenaler. He was impressive with his reading of the play, run from defence and has a very solid spoiling action, much like Evil did. Andrew Hayes was his usual couragous self, backing into packs, taking spectacular pack marks and cutting off opposition passes into their forward line. Young Josh Vater also did a couple of nice things in the back half playing in his first league trial game.

Brayden O'Hara copped a massive knock to the head in the opening 20 seconds of the game and may have had slight concussion so didn't come back while Adam Switala played about a quarter before coming off with either an injury or just to be rested. Ryan Williams also seemed to slighty hurt a knee late in the game but seemed okay. Others to impress at various stages were Luke Habel, Corey Reichert and Nick White while Tom Dunne and Leigh Westhoff, both playing in defence, had plenty of the ball but both let themselves with poor skills or decision making at times.

Although the decision making let many players down (to be expected at this time of the year) the Doggies impressed with their hard attack on the ball and body with their tackling impressive tonight, although with the poor lighting at Thebby for the last 2 quarters, it was hard to see much at all !! Matthew Westhoff provided the laugh of the night taking a mark running back towards the goal line with the ball flight over his head. Thinking to quickly play on and dribble the ball through for a goal, he didn't realise he was actually in between the goal and point posts and kicked it through for a behind !!


For the Eagles, I was impressed by the work rate and finishing off skills of Stuart Hill who played up forward again after playing in defence against the Panthers last week. Seb Gilhaus had his moments in ruck and worked well in drifting back into defence at times but the Eagles skilll level and decision making seemed to have dropped a cog from the week before against the Panthers. Matthew Goldsworthy had some good moments on the ball and crumbing around goal but just couldn't finish in front of the big sticks.

Luke Jarrad and Leigh Treeby were good across the half back line and on the ball respectively while Power listed Matthew Broadbent showed he has lifted his game to a level above SANFL. The Eagles certainly seemed to miss the presence of Scott Welsh up forward as a second foil to Hill while Adam Grocke didn't have much of an impact. Poor delivery from Mick Godden's midfield brigade didn't help the forwards though while at times the defence was caught out pushing forward after a turnover in the middle of the ground.

Probable skipper Mark mackenzie played his first game for the year and looked a little underdone and will no doubt be better for the run next week. Tom Corbett was his usual couragous self and was crunched one again by a pack like last week at Noarlunga while Power rookie Glenn Dawson managed two impressive goals, one a clever snap goal. A fair bit of improvement needed from the Eagles I think in the skills department, a lot of unneccesary turnovers that would have frustrated new coach Mick Godden no doubt.

Also, as a result of the Doggies win, I am pleased to announce Phil Herden will now be a proud member of the CDFC !!!
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Post by zest on Sat Mar 06, 2010 7:33 am

Was happy with Brad Graham played a great game i thought
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