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Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:14 pm

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League - 1/4 Time:

Eagles - 5.2 = 32

Norwood - 3.2 = 20

Eagles lead by 12 points



Goal Kickers:

Eagles - J.Hayes, J.Gaffney, A.Poole, J.Redden, M.Appleton 1

Norwood - B.Denmead, B.Dawe, P.Leviki 1


Leading Stats Winners:

Eagles - J.Sinor 8, M.Appleton 6, N.Hayes 6, T.Whittlesea 6, P.Guieffreda 5, N.O'Brien 5

Norwood - L.Pascoe 6, K.Roocke 6, M.Suckling 6, P.Bampton 5, J.Bode 5, P.Persinos 5


The home side shot out of the blocks early with a quick goal to young Denmead, within the opening minute, followed by long goals to both Brady Dawe and Pat Levicki.

The Eagles registered their first major of the night with a classy long goal to Nick Hayes, tucked deep in the south-western pocket, hard up against the boundary line.

After controlling the opening 18 minutes of play, the Redlegs conceded the last 4 goals of the term, including a magnificent running goal to impressive youngster Jack Gaffney, to enter the first change trailing by 12 points...
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:49 pm

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League - Half Time:

Norwood - 7.3 = 45

Eagles - 6.5 = 41

Redlegs lead by 4 points



Goal Kickers:

Norwood - L.Johnston 2, B.Denmead, B.Dawe, P.Leviki, J.Bode, P.Bampton 1

Eagles - J.Hayes 2, J.Gaffney, A.Poole, J.Redden, M.Appleton 1




Leading Stats Winners:

Norwood - P.Levivki 13, P.Bampton 10, J.Bode 10, P.Persinos 10, K.Roocke 10, M.Suckling 10

Eagles - N.O'Brien 15, M.Appleton 13, N.Nayes 12, J.Sinor 11, T.Whittlesea 11, J.Boyd 10



The second started off with an early goal to Roosters recruit Lewis Johnston, before being answered immediately back by with a second impressive goal to Eagles utility Hick Hayes.

Newly appointed Legs Co-Captain Jace Bode found himself drifting down the field to become the second defender to kick a major for the home side, joining Levicki's opening term goal.

The lead chopped and changed in the opening ten minutes before the Redlegs slotted back-to-back goals, including an impressive long set shot by Johnston, for his second of the night.

The next ten minutes of play saw the ball move back and forth between the two sides' fifty metre arcs with Johnstons second major giving the home side a slender 4 point lead they took into the main change.
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:39 pm

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League - 3/4 Time:

Norwood - 12.6 = 78

Eagles - 8.9 = 57

Redlegs lead by 21 points



Goal Kickers:

Norwood - L.Johnston, B.Denmead, P.Bampton 2, B.Dawe, P.Leviki, J.Bode, P.Persinos, J.Cachia, S.Phillips 1

Eagles - J.Hayes, J.Gaffney 2, A.Poole, J.Redden, M.Appleton, N.Yarran 1




Leading Stats Winners:

Norwood - J.Cachia 17, P.Bampton 16, P.Levicki 15, L.Pascoe 15, K.Roocke 14, J.Bode 13

Eagles - N.O'Brien 24, M.Appleton 17, T.Whittlesea 17, N.Hayes 16, J.Sinor 14, J.Boyd 13



The third term started at as a real arm wrestle, taking five and a half minutes for the first major to be kicked. Impressive young Indigenous talent Nick Yarran pounced on a defensive error from the Redlegs to kick his first on the night.

The Legs then answered back with four majors in succession with goals to Persinos, Cachia and an impressive second goals to youngsters Brayden Denmead and Peter Bampton.

Against the flow of play, ill-discipline from Jaryd Cachia allowed the Eagles to peg one back with a second, from the goal square following back-to-back 25m penalties, to youngster Jack Gaffney.

The home side showed more ascendency in the third term, taking control and extended their lead to 21 points going into the final change.


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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by BloodnTars on Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:53 pm

North defeated West by 4 points in a pretty ordinary game. West had a lot out. Not sure how many North had out.

I think North are going to be a very defensive side judging by tonight's effort.

Don't like the out of bounds rule and looked like the players, umpires and spectators were totally confused by it.

Liked the look of young Pillion for West

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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:12 pm

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League - Final Scores:

Norwood - 16.7 = 103

Eagles - 9.12 = 66

Redlegs win by 37 points



Goal Kickers:

Norwood - L.Johnston 3, B.Denmead, P.Bampton 2, B.Dawe, P.Leviki, J.Bode, P.Persinos, J.Cachia, S.Phillips, A.Wilson, B.Jefferies, D.Ferreria 1

Eagles - J.Hayes, J.Gaffney 2, A.Poole, J.Redden, M.Appleton, N.Yarran, N.O'Brien 1




Leading Stats Winners:

Norwood - J.Cachia 24, P.Bampton 21, P.Levicki 21, K.Roocke 21, L.Pascoe 20, P.Persinos 16, D.Ferreria 15

Eagles - N.O'Brien 30, N.Hayes 26, C.Hall 23, J.Booyd 22, A.Poole 20, M.Appleton 19, J.Petrenko 16



After the Eagles kicked the opening goal of the term though Essendon recruit Nick O'Brien, the home side responded with 3 goals within five minutes, including a third to Johnston and firsts for Wilson and Jefferies.

Extending their lead to a game high 32 points at the 11 minute mark, the home side took their foot off the pedal slightly, cruising to a comfortable 5 goal win in their last trial game for the summer.

The remaining 15 minutes of the contest was somewhat of a stale mate with skill level dropping away and the intensity at the contest before young Davin Ferreria kicked an impressive long goal just into time on.

While the Redlegs were victorious to the tune of 37 points, both coaches would have had elements of their respective performances they were both impressed and disappointed in.
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Lee on Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:32 pm

As already said, North beat West by about 4 points in an error-riddled game. North were hard at it and seemed to have close to their best side, while West still had a lot out and played several inexperienced players.

On the other hand, North only played 21 and kept to 50 interchanges, while West had 25 and unlimited interchanges.

I didn't take much notice of North, but Craig and Barnes were good IMO.

For West, Hardy was good at full back, along with Haysman and Tuck.

A very ordinary, defensive game. Notth looked better structured than last year, but might still have a way to go.

West are in danger of a slow start unless several of their absent players teturn quickly.

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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Brucetiki on Sat Mar 12, 2016 2:50 pm

Quarter time in the League at My Money House Oval

Centrals 3.5.23
Glenelg 1.0.6

Goals
Centrals: Dew 2, Janssen
Glenelg: Johansen

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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Brucetiki on Sat Mar 12, 2016 3:20 pm

Half time in the League at My Money House Oval

Centrals 4.8.32
Glenelg 4.2.26

Goals
Centrals: Dew 2, Janssen, Hill
Glenelg: Johansen, Bradley, Alleway, Sumner

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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Brucetiki on Sat Mar 12, 2016 3:56 pm

3 quarter time in the League at My Money House Oval

Centrals 4.9.33
Glenelg 8.3.51

Goals
Centrals: Dew 2, Janssen, Hill
Glenelg: Rioli 3, Johansen 2, Bradley, Alleway, Sumner

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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by bayman on Sat Mar 12, 2016 11:48 pm

final score was something like (going on memory)
Central 5.12.42
Glenelg 12.6.72

both teams would have been happy with what they saw (apart from Centrals' finishing in front of goal), i thought Sumner looked a class act who had all the time in the world
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by blueandwhite on Sat Mar 12, 2016 11:52 pm

South: 9.12 - 66
Adelaide: 8.14 - 62 Laughing
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Brucetiki on Fri Mar 18, 2016 7:47 pm

Full time in the Reserves at My Money House Oval

Centrals 2.9.21
South 23.15.158

Goals
Centrals: Richardson, Dahms
South: Kokkinakis, Szust, Overall, Gotch 3, Kerin, Steffe 2, Hitchcock, Wray, Dominish, Gulden, Jolly, Gurney, Allevi

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Post by Brucetiki on Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:10 pm

Quarter time in the League at My Money House Oval

Centrals 3.5.23
South 4.1.25

Goals
Centrals: Templeton 3
South: Eddy 3, Ellison

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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:15 pm

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League - 1/4 Time:

South - 4.1 = 25

Central - 3.5 = 23

Panthers lead by 2 points



Goal Kickers:

South - B.Eddy 3, C.Ellison 1

Central - J.Templeton 3,




Leading Stats Winners:

South - M.Rose 8, J.Cross 7, E.Irra 7, B.Seccull 6, B.Eddy 5, T.Fields 5, R.Barnes 4

Central - C.Jansen 7, B.Dew 6, D.Haydon 5, J.Furnell 5, D.Hill 5, J.Templeton 5
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:47 pm

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League - Half Time:

Central - 7.8 = 50

South - 5.4 = 34

Bulldogs lead by 16 points



Goal Kickers:

Central - J.Templeton 5, K.Presbury, J.Furnell 1

South - B.Eddy 3, C.Ellison, J.Veide 1




Leading Stats Winners:

Central - C.Jansen 13, E.Kavanagh 13, J.Furnell 12, L.Habel 10, J.Templeton 10, B.Dew 9, D.Hill 8

South - J.Cross 20, E.Irra 17, C.De Visser 12, N.Daniel 11, T.Fields 11, N.Liddle 10, B.Haren 9
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 18, 2016 9:35 pm

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League - 3/4 Time:

Central - 9.9 = 63

South - 8.7 = 55

Bulldogs lead by 8 points



Goal Kickers:

Central - J.Templeton 7, K.Presbury, J.Furnell 1

South - B.Eddy 4, C.Ellison, J.Veide, B.Haren, E.Irra 1




Leading Stats Winners:

Central - C.Jansen 23, E.Kavanagh 18, J.Furnell 15, L.Habel 14, N.Holman 14, S.Hanna 13, J.Templeton 13

South - J.Cross 28, E.Irra 26, N.Daniel 17, N.Liddle 16, J.Veide 16, M.Rankine 15, T.Fields 14, N.Schwarz 13
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Big Phil on Fri Mar 18, 2016 10:09 pm

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League - Final Scores:

Central - 10.13 = 73

South - 10.8 = 68

Bulldogs win by 5 points



Goal Kickers:

Central - J.Templeton 7, K.Presbury, J.Furnell, T.Stevens 1

South - B.Eddy 4, B.Haren 2, C.Ellison, J.Veide, E.Irra, T.Brown 1



Final Stats Winners:

Central - C.Jansen 29, E.Kavanagh 22, K.Presbury 22, L.Habel 20, J.Furnell 18, N.Holman 16, S.Hanna 15

South - J.Cross 37, E.Irra 33, N.Schwarz 22, J.Veide 22, N.Daniel 21, N.Liddle 21, T.Fields 20, T.Redigolo 20
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Lee on Fri Mar 18, 2016 10:57 pm

Sturt beat West by about 9 goals. West were still well
below full strength but were very, very poor.

Hard to gauge Sturt. Skill level was good, but they only kicked away in the last quarter against a very depleted West outfit.

No positives for West, they were terrible.

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Post by mickyj on Sun Mar 20, 2016 11:33 am

Fridays night game Was Wundke injured im not sure he played the entire game .
What I saw in fridays night and i did leave the last two minutes was a lot better than what I saw last week. I left the norwood game even earlier that was my first trip to footy since my accident . And my head was hurting this week a hoodie kept the cold out
Not certain how strong that North side was . What I did think they are trying to play some form of Port Power footy . Their first quarter was really over defensive while the Eagles did attack more than north .From my view the last two weeks Eagles are getting the running game going .
Young Yarran is still getting there he is very young and he was knocked about at one stage .
Best I can see it was a trial and trials dont count .
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Post by Lee on Sun Mar 20, 2016 12:11 pm

Good point about the defensive style, micky.

West have played North and Sturt the last two weeks and the 2 new AFL coaches have certainly brought a highly defensive pressing style.


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Post by Big Phil on Sun Mar 20, 2016 12:12 pm

Lee wrote:Sturt beat West by about 9 goals. West were still well
below full strength but were very, very poor.

Hard to gauge Sturt. Skill level was good, but they only kicked away in the last quarter against a very depleted West outfit.

No positives for West, they were terrible.

How many best 21 players will come in for the Bloods for next Saturday, Lee?

Is your form in the trial games a concern for Rubbers?
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Post by mickyj on Sun Mar 20, 2016 12:20 pm

Lee wrote:Good point about the defensive style, micky.

West have played North and Sturt the last two weeks and the 2 new AFL coaches have certainly brought a highly defensive pressing style.


Thanks Lee I missed the Eagles Sturt game
But I do think North were trying a very AFL style
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Re: trial game program 2016

Post by Lee on Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:07 pm

Big Phil wrote:
Lee wrote:Sturt beat West by about 9 goals. West were still well
below full strength but were very, very poor.

Hard to gauge Sturt. Skill level was good, but they only kicked away in the last quarter against a very depleted West outfit.

No positives for West, they were terrible.

How many best 21 players will come in for the Bloods for next Saturday, Lee?

Is your form in the trial games a concern for Rubbers?

Possibly some of most of Webb, Fielke, Middleton, Schmidt, Klemke, Caire.

I can't speak for Mark, but if you ask if I'm concerned about our trial form, the answer's yes.

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Post by bayman on Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:26 pm

trials mean nothing......can you remember last years trial games ?
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Post by mickyj on Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:41 pm

bayman wrote:trials mean nothing......can you remember last years trial games ?
Exactly they mean nothing

Eagles V Bloods January 2015 and Dec 2014
I didn't see the Dec
Prequels to the GF .
Please don't ask me I was there but the brain injury memories are gone
Thankfully seeing I'm told the Eagles lost
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