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Ladies Lounge / Re: AFLW 2019 Rd 4: Carlton vs Geelong
« Last post by kruddler on Today at 08:40:09 PM »
Abbie McKay named for first ever game by a father/daughter selection.

Rhiannon Watt comes back into the side.

Moody dropped (not surprised, terrible form)
Kirby Bentley also omitted.

Backs:   25. Jess Edwards   36. Jayde Van Dyk   
Half-backs:   21. Nicola Stevens   9. Kerryn Harrington   6. Gab Pound
Centreline:   15. Chloe Dalton   2. Katie Loynes   8. Amelia Mullane
Half-forwards:   4. Madison Prespakis   22. Rhiannon Watt   7. Tayla Harris
Forwards:   3. Darcy Vescio   1. Brianna Davey   
Followers:   30. Alison Downie   10. Sarah Hosking   19. Georgia Gee
Interchange:   5. Abbie McKay   32. Nat Plane   12. Lauren Brazzale
11. Jess Hosking   14. Brooke Walker   
Emergencies:   18. Tilly Lucas-Rodd   24. Reni Hicks


I think this is our strongest side all year. Fingers crossed we can get one over the cats and cement our spot atop the ladder in conference b
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First ever father/daughter draftee - Abbie McKay will become
First ever father/daughter to play a game - Abbie McKay named to make her debut against the catters.

Good luck.
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Rising Star 2017 Revisited
« Last post by Jack Burton on Today at 08:22:21 PM »
Sounds like you have "gut awareness" LP
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Pelchen's permutations and prognostications
« Last post by madbluboy on Today at 06:11:10 PM »
As much as I've always liked Bryce as a player, it kinda sums him up.  Near enough is good enough it seems to me...

Agreed. Happy with 12 wins despite being flag favourites at the start of the year.



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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Pelchen's permutations and prognostications
« Last post by Tragic on Today at 03:23:52 PM »
As much as I've always liked Bryce as a player, it kinda sums him up.  Near enough is good enough it seems to me...
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Northern Blues 2019
« Last post by DJC on Today at 02:03:16 PM »
They do media training from the moment they're drafted.

You can track the improvement from their first nervous interview through to polished performances in their second and third years.

There’s a huge difference between the public speaking ability of AFL players and coaches and their NRL counterparts.
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Northern Blues 2019
« Last post by madbluboy on Today at 01:21:55 PM »
They do media training from the moment they're drafted.
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Northern Blues 2019
« Last post by DJC on Today at 11:38:09 AM »
He does speak very well indeed, surprisingly so.

Perhaps these blokes get public speaking training?

I'm sure that's part of their professional development.
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Northern Blues 2019
« Last post by flyboy77 on Today at 11:06:22 AM »
He does speak very well indeed, surprisingly so.

Perhaps these blokes get public speaking training?
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Robert Heatley Stand / Re: Pelchen's permutations and prognostications
« Last post by LP on Today at 09:54:26 AM »
This was taken way out of context. He was responding to a question by a hack that his 2018 had been a disaster, and he was just saying it wasn't that bad, better than his previous few seasons, no malice at all, just a beat up by the hacks

You can take comments like that however you like, which is why you have to be careful answering questions knowing they will distort the answer.

We could also say that "Gibb's move to the Crows dragged them down!"
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