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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Big Phil on Sun Sep 06, 2015 5:33 pm

Big Phil wrote:
bayman wrote:
Big Phil wrote:
bayman wrote:Norwood will win comfortably
Write the Dogs off at your own peril, bayman Wink

i'll have a can of coke & a cherry ripe on it if you like ?

Done deal, mate Smile

Look forward to my can of coke and cherry ripe, bayman Smile
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Big Phil on Sun Sep 06, 2015 5:34 pm

Big Phil wrote:
Scrappy wrote:BIG Phil
I reckon Norwood will win
Would you like a small sized ham and pineapple pizza on the result ?

Okay Smile

Mmm, free pizza Smile
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Big Phil on Sun Sep 06, 2015 5:34 pm

Crowd for both games - 8,031
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by bayman on Sun Sep 06, 2015 6:58 pm

Big Phil wrote:
Big Phil wrote:
bayman wrote:
Big Phil wrote:
bayman wrote:Norwood will win comfortably
Write the Dogs off at your own peril, bayman Wink

i'll have a can of coke & a cherry ripe on it if you like ?

Done deal, mate Smile

Look forward to my can of coke and cherry ripe, bayman Smile

no probs mate, i underestimated Central, thought they'd be competitive but couldn't see them getting the choccies, they did & so will you
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Brucetiki on Sun Sep 06, 2015 8:52 pm

There was glimpses of the Centrals of the 2000's in today's win in what would be one of their best wins of 2015. They attacked the ball with incredible ferocity, took advantage of most of their chances in front of goal, and just about completely shut Norwood down (given 2 of Norwood's goals came from turnovers and another from a field umpire overrule).

Also, today was Centrals first ever Elimination Final win. Their first Semi Final win all those years ago ended Sturt's run of 5 flags, and their first Elimination Final win ends Norwood's run of 3 flags.

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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Thiele on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:04 pm

Well done Centrals
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Lee on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:26 pm

Well done Central.

I wonder if we've seen the last of Morwood playing that style?

It's served them brilliantly, but once Central got ahead, Norwood were never going to score readily enough.

I think the Legs will be looking to add pace to their squad.

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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:30 pm

That was a fair demolition of the last 3 years' premiers.
Throws the game open.
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:30 pm

That was a fair demolition of the last 3 years' premiers.
Throws the game open.
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Scrappy on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:49 pm

ROUND 10
Norwood 9-1

ROUND 19
Norwood 11-7

Injuries are an excuse of sorts towards the end of the season ?

Missing today
James Allan
Simon Phillips
Sam Baulderstone
Mitch Wilkins
Callum Bartlett

There were others that 'appeared' underdone today
Matthew Panos
Matt Suckling
Michael Newton

Add the the loss of so many players in the last 3 years to the 5 unavailable players and Norwood simply had run out of player options today

Norwood looked an ordinary team today , and at times during the 2nd half of the season
The Norwood game plan is always going to look ordinary or poor when the cattle is missing

I think what 2015 has shown , is just what a great effort 2014 was for Norwood`
When Ben Warren took over and  lost about a dozen players in 2014, there was not much expectation , yet they won the flag

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Am I ever going to see a Norwood side beat a Roy Laird side in a SANFL final ?
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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by Scrappy on Mon Sep 07, 2015 12:17 am

Big Phil wrote:
Big Phil wrote:
Scrappy wrote:BIG Phil
I reckon Norwood will win
Would you like a small sized ham and pineapple pizza on the result ?

Okay Smile

Mmm, free pizza Smile


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Re: Elimination Final - Norwood v Central District

Post by bayman on Mon Sep 07, 2015 6:20 pm

Scrappy wrote:ROUND 10
Norwood 9-1

ROUND 19
Norwood 11-7

Injuries are an excuse of sorts towards the end of the season ?

Missing today
James Allan
Simon Phillips
Sam Baulderstone
Mitch Wilkins
Callum Bartlett

There were others that 'appeared' underdone today
Matthew Panos
Matt Suckling
Michael Newton

Add the the loss of so many players in the last 3 years to the 5 unavailable players and Norwood simply had run out of player options today

Norwood looked an ordinary team today , and at times during the 2nd half of the season
The Norwood game plan is always going to look ordinary or poor when the cattle is missing

I think what 2015 has shown , is just what a great effort 2014 was for Norwood`
When Ben Warren took over and  lost about a dozen players in 2014, there was not much expectation , yet they won the flag

PS
Am I ever going to see a Norwood side beat a Roy Laird side in a SANFL final ?

i'm not sure about all the players named as injuries, i believe J. Allan was left out & they missed his outside run, well they didn't have any, did they ?
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