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Thread: Round 5: Brisbane Lions Reserves v Sydney Swans Reserves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meg View Post
    Did O'Keefe play?
    Yes he went well without being outstanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugg View Post
    Best Players: T. Mitchell, T. Membrey, J. Foote, D. Robinson, T. Nankervis, H. Marsh
    Good to see Tommy Mitchell put his head down and find some form.

    I can't imagine he'll be out of the seniors for long.

    PS: Once again nothing significant from Towers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ernie koala View Post
    PS: Once again nothing significant from Towers
    Who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 707 View Post
    Who?
    Don't mention the war! I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it.

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    Rohan not in the best again..

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    From the part of the game I watched (Almost to half time - took an eternity due to the stream), Rohan never really got into the game. Not suprising though, as it was a bog they were playing in, and there was lots of in close scrimmaging going on.
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    Are we really going to keep bringing up the name of some late first rounder every time he supposedly underperforms?

    Let it go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyAkkuret View Post
    Are we really going to keep bringing up the name of some late first rounder every time he supposedly underperforms?

    Let it go.
    To be fair, I think this is the first time Towers' name has been brought up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugg View Post
    To be fair, I think this is the first time Towers' name has been brought up.
    That's why I asked if it'll keep happening.

    : )

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    Is Tom Mitchell an automatic selection when fit and in form I wonder ? His best footy is very good but it's in and under and mostly handballs ( at his best, ridiculously good handballs, which we haven't seen this year IMO) So if he's firing , does he fit in the the team balance ? He has looked super slow in every game he has played thus far. Wasn't winning the ball so that obviously didn't help his cause but I just wonder if and when he is playing at his peak , who makes way for him ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melbourne_Blood View Post
    Is Tom Mitchell an automatic selection when fit and in form I wonder ? His best footy is very good but it's in and under and mostly handballs ( at his best, ridiculously good handballs, which we haven't seen this year IMO) So if he's firing , does he fit in the the team balance ? He has looked super slow in every game he has played thus far. Wasn't winning the ball so that obviously didn't help his cause but I just wonder if and when he is playing at his peak , who makes way for him ??
    When fit, I think he is in the 22. He is too good in and under to leave out in today's style of football - well that's what I think anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melbourne_Blood View Post
    Is Tom Mitchell an automatic selection when fit and in form I wonder ?
    When fit, not necessarily, when in form, absolutely...
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