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    Quote Originally Posted by BRISWAN View Post
    Welcome to Brissie??.couldnt say its warm though ????????

    Good footy weather but will need to rug up for the game.

    Go BLOODS?.
    Compared to downtown wet canberra this morning its positively balmy lol!

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    6 degrees ATM in Canberra ....
    If you've never jumped from one couch to the other to save yourself from lava then you didn't have a childhood

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    It is less than that where I am in Bathurst...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheer_Cheer View Post
    It is less than that where I am in Bathurst...
    That's my home town Cheer Cheer and it makes Canberra look balmy at times!
    "You get the feeling that like Monty Python's Black Knight, the Swans would regard amputation as merely a flesh wound."

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    Stunning day in Melbourne!!
    And yes I'm still wearing shorts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcs View Post
    That's my home town Cheer Cheer and it makes Canberra look balmy at times!
    Luxury luxury.. When I was growing up....

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    I felt sorry for Port having to play GWS with an icy rain peppering them. I can remember a Swans player once describing the ice rain as like little icy needles hitting you all over. Horrible. but nice in Brisbane according the BOM. At 5.34 it was 17 degrees and you don't think that balmy? You should try 13 & falling, the high today was 15.4. At least you had 21 and the weather looks like being perfect for a great game as 15.4 is forecast as your low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheer_Cheer View Post
    It is less than that where I am in Bathurst...
    I'm in Katoomba, I might just have you covered today.

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    Jonathon Brown is out replaced by Mitch Goldby. No changes for us. Subs BJ & Goldby. That will mean they will have to change their forward structure. Either going with smalls or pulling a tall out of defence.

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    People will say one week at a time, but Sam Mitchell and Brian Lake today sustained injuries that will keep them out for a couple of weeks.

    As long as no body is injured tonight and we win, we will play the Hawks without Franklin, Lake and Mitchell from last years team. Those guys are undoubtably in their best 6 players.

    Hopefully we get Tippett and Franklin back and one of those guys can drag Gibson out of the play.

    Out midfield should be able to break even with Mitchell out!

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    Stell my wife is up in wenty Falls today and you still have her covered at an extra 200m above sea level !!!!!
    "everybody loves somebody..........sometimes"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Auntie.Gerald View Post
    Stell my wife is up in wenty Falls today and you still have her covered at an extra 200m above sea level !!!!!
    We lived in Wenty Falls when we first moved up, only 10 minutes down the road but it was balmy in comparison. We have friends up at Mt Vic, we view them as the crazy nutters living in freezing conditions.

    The "feels like" temp has sat at -5 or lower all day, the wind's been just a tad crisp.

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