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    JLT Match 3 Sydney Swans v St Kilda @ Lavington Sports Ground

    17.CAMERON, Darcy
    7. CUNNINGHAM, Harry
    13. FLORENT, Oliver
    6. FOOTE, Jordan
    42. FOX, Robbie
    23. FRANKLIN, Lance
    39. GRUNDY, Heath
    4. HANNEBERY, Dan
    9. HAYWARD, Will
    29. HEWETT, George
    10. JONES, Zak
    12. KENNEDY, Josh
    11. LAIDLER, Jeremy
    44. LLOYD, Jake
    31. MARSH, Harrison
    42. MELICAN, Lewis
    14. MILLS, Callum
    35. NAISMITH, Sam
    28. NEWMAN, Nic
    26. PARKER, Luke
    24. RAMPE, Dane
    20. REID, Sam
    27. ROBINSON, Daniel
    18. SINCLAIR, Callum
    40. SMITH, Nick
    8. TIPPETT, Kurt
    22. TOWERS, Dean

    In: Newman

    The match day squad can have a maximum of 24 compared to the previous 2 games which had 26, hence only 1 in for this extended 27 man squad which will have 3 cut on match day.

    Aliir earmarked to return in the NEAFL practice game against GWS tomorrow.

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    Neither Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by royboy42 View Post
    Neither Jack.
    What's up with KJ? he didn't play last week either.

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    K. Jack has me stumped. No game in 5 weeks by the time rd 1 arrives.

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    All 4 rucks - Naismith, Tippett, Sinclair and Cameron

    4 'large' defenders - Grundy, Marsh, Laidler, Melican

    Both of Florent and Haywood.

    no wonder we are all guessing R1 team!

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    We'll have a clearer idea if some of those named take the field tomorrow for the NEAFL practice game.

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    I wonder why Aliir is playing the NEAFL game tomorrow? Surely a practice game is a practice game, maybe he'll need a couple of games in the NEAFL to get beck to AFL standard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattybloods View Post
    I wonder why Aliir is playing the NEAFL game tomorrow? Surely a practice game is a practice game, maybe he'll need a couple of games in the NEAFL to get beck to AFL standard?
    I think that's probably right. Given he's not very experienced at senior level, I think it's fair (to him, as well as the team) to make sure he is match fit before he gets picked for the senior team. I imagine Melican's highly impressive game last week has swayed the coaches. He's firming as the most likely round 1 debutant, though with the ongoing absence of Jack, I expect one (or even both) of Hayward and Florent could join him in that round 1 side.

    I hope Newman gets a run on Sunday. I know he's inexperienced at senior level, but either he or COR potentially offers something the team severely lacks, and it seems that Newman has his nose in front at the moment.

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    NEAFL practice game is probably open slather regarding how many you have in the team, rotations etc? Aliir probably needs a certain amount of game time that can't be easily accommodated in the 24 player/rotation limited senior game? Melican must be a chance of RI debut regardless of Aliir's availability, last three games been very impressive.

    Newman & COR had outstanding NEAFL years in 2016 and will probably need to step up early in the season given our injury list woes. Agree Liz, Newman with a solid background must be in front but gee he needs to rise to senior level this week if he is in R1 consideration.

    Anyone going to the NEAFL practice match?

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    Saints team

    1. Tom Hickey, 2. Jake Carlisle, 3. Jack Steven, 4. Jade Gresham, 5. Shane Savage, 6. Seb Ross, 7. Luke Dunstan, 8. Blake Acres, 9. Jack Steele, 12. Nick Riewoldt, 13. Jack Lonie, 14. Jarryd Geary, 15. Jack Billings, 16. Jack Newnes, 17. Dylan Roberton, 18. Billy Longer, 19. Sam Gilbert, 20. David Armitage, 22. Nathan Brown, 24. Sean Dempster, 25. Koby Stevens, 27. Josh Bruce, 28. Tim Membrey, 29. Jimmy Webster, 32. Paddy McCartin, 34. Nathan Wright, 44. Mav Weller


    In: Geary, Gilbert, Hickey, Riewoldt, Roberton, Weller
    Out: Ben LONG, Daniel McKENZIE, Darren MINCHINGTON, Bailey RICE, Jack SINCLAIR

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    That is a pretty good looking Saints team. They and Melbourne look to me as real finals contenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rb4x View Post
    That is a pretty good looking Saints team. They and Melbourne look to me as real finals contenders.
    Saints to replace North in the 8 is my feel at this early stage.

    Looking at their team - should be a good test for our backline.

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