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VFL Rd 4 v Casey

MB78

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ILUVDISCO said:
Shai was good also Naish, but did think they tried to be a bit cute at times in conditions that didn't suit. Towner was great and christ he hits hard, also his chat on the field is top notch, whether it be instructional to our blokes or letting some of the Dee's blokes know they sh!t themselves in several contests

Great to read. Thanks for the post.
 

Sintiger

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Graham had hamstring “awareness” whatever that is. Maybe a bit of tightness and they just didn’t risk it

Weller off in the first half as I understand with back soreness ?
 

TigerForce

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Sintiger said:
Graham had hamstring “awareness” whatever that is. Maybe a bit of tightness and they just didn’t risk it

Weller off in the first half as I understand with back soreness ?

Hamstring 'soreness'? ;D

Good to hear it wasn't serious.
 

Sintiger

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TigerForce said:
Hamstring 'soreness'? ;D

Good to hear it wasn't serious.
This is the quote from the RFC site

Jack Graham’s return to VFL football didn’t go as planned as he lasted no more than two minutes before leaving the field with hamstring awareness, which he iced immediately.
 

tigerdell

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I'm guessing in the old lingo it'd be a twinge
Good to stop before there is a muscle tear