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jack zoot

Tiger Cub
Dec 24, 2005
73
28
Was a very enjoyable day sitting and standing on the hill
Great spot to watch game, I usually sit in jack's stand,,
But was unable today
Was a good spectacle of a game ( sandy were ordinary)
Good ball movement, lots of good link up play
From defence to forward 50
Some good clearance work as well
Especially from RCD,,Ross,,and Martyn
Ccj was very good all over the ground ( 2 goals)
Naishy got a lot of the ball ( turned it over a bit )
Garth was very good down back b4 he got injured
This is definitely Eggs level, can't see him playing seniors again
Chol was ok brilliant one minute..bad the next ,but still. In the positive
Young samson is a beautiful set shot for goal ( similar to brad ottens,set shot kicking)
Needs a lot of development but definitely a keeper
Hopefully next game against Casey at 2pm ,on Anzac eve should see a bigger crowd
It's worth the entry to see Maurice Junior, very exciting
His 2 goals were electric
Sydney stack ran out of gas (predictably), but hasn’t lost any of his skill and one touch plays

Go tiges
 
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jack zoot

Tiger Cub
Dec 24, 2005
73
28
Garth hurt his wrist (? maybe? that was the TBH diagnosis through the binocs) in the 3rd and didn't come back on. This is how tough he is, though: went from cradling his arm and bent double in pain to backing back and intercept marking above his head - his last act in the match.)
Have a feeling i might have sat just in front of you guys
 

jack zoot

Tiger Cub
Dec 24, 2005
73
28
Half a dozen or so ruggedly handsome, ridiculously intelligent, side-splittingly funny demigods?

We were just to the left of them.
i was sitting in front had the big freeze beanie on
and tigers scarfe
thought i heard PRE mentioned a few times
 

zippadeee

Tiger Legend
Oct 8, 2004
35,772
11,212
Was a very enjoyable day sitting and standing on the hill
Great spot to watch game, I usually sit in jack's stand,,
But was unable today
Was a good spectacle of a game ( sandy were ordinary)
Good ball movement, lots of good link up play
From defence to forward 50
Some good clearance work as well
Especially from RCD,,Ross,,and Martyn
Ccj was very good all over the ground ( 2 goals)
Naishy got a lot of the ball ( turned it over a bit )
Garth was very good down back b4 he got injured
This is definitely Eggs level, can't see him playing seniors again
Chol was ok brilliant one minute..bad the next ,but still. In the positive
Young samson is a beautiful set shot for goal ( similar to brad ottens,set shot kicking)
Needs a lot of development but definitely a keeper
Hopefully next game against Casey at 2pm ,on Anzac eve should see a bigger crowd
It's worth the entry to see Maurice Junior, very exciting
His 2 goals were electric
Sydney stack ran out of gas (predictably), but hasn’t lost any of his skill and one touch plays

Go tiges
What player's are Stkilda chasing??
 
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Long Lost Hernaman

Tiger Rookie
Oct 19, 2007
462
221
From the short highlights Sampson looks like quite a natural forward. Would be grateful to hear from those who have seen him play live.
 

spook

Tiger Legend
Jun 18, 2007
13,533
6,320
Melbourne
From the short highlights Sampson looks like quite a natural forward. Would be grateful to hear from those who have seen him play live.
He didn't get much of it until the last. Eggs laced him out on the lead for the long goal you see in the highlights, and he took a couple of good marks. He moves well and has nice skills.
 

gehring

Tiger Cub
Oct 16, 2006
90
25
Hi all I was in front of you guys with a silly snow hat with ear flaps, anyway do not forget morris who was almost BOG in defence until he went off injured in the 3rd quarter. With both our more experienced and strong defenders off mid 3rd quarter they had a revival in the last with the wind. Makes a difference when morris is there to organise the defence. I was critical of our small (no keys) in defence until it was pointed out miller, ralph-smith and Biggie were missing with garth to go forward.
Great day and great reporting.
 
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Tony Braxton-Hicks

It's Tiger Time!
Aug 10, 2004
10,144
2,959
The Playboy Mansion
Garth hurt his wrist (? maybe? that was the TBH diagnosis through the binocs) in the 3rd and didn't come back on. This is how tough he is, though: went from cradling his arm and bent double in pain to backing back and intercept marking above his head - his last act in the match.)
He was holding the wrist to support the shoulder, which was iced.
 

Ricemagic

Tiger Cub
Feb 8, 2021
131
194
55
Craig. Both Miller and Biggie were out so Garthy played back. Did OK overall. We were undersized down back but competed well.

What numbers were Melville and Durham?
Melville was 54, Durham was 64. Both can play don't think Melville has played a bad game since joining this year. Really like the look of him. Both top cricketers as well.

Durham had the long locks mainly looked like he was out on the wing, that's a pic from his junior file
 

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