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    Earlier this week I watched the replay of the round 14 game against Essendon. Hayward took a great mark on Baguley and kicked a goal late in the 3rd qtr. This was followed by a gloating push by Hayward into Baguley's chest that started a big scuffle that took a bit of time to settle down.

    Essendon kicked the next 7 goals.

    I don't know what to make of it, if anything at all. I just thought it was interesting that the incident started a 30 minute period of Essendon domination.

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    Curious but probably irrelevant. Why post it in this thread?

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    Because the thread is about Will Hayward and so is the incident.

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    Good that he got the nomination as he would of been ineligble for the award next year as he would have played too many games despite his age - not playing will rein force the need for him to improve his tackling and im sure he will come back a better player either this year or next

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ludwig View Post
    Earlier this week I watched the replay of the round 14 game against Essendon. Hayward took a great mark on Baguley and kicked a goal late in the 3rd qtr. This was followed by a gloating push by Hayward into Baguley's chest that started a big scuffle that took a bit of time to settle down.

    Essendon kicked the next 7 goals.

    I don't know what to make of it, if anything at all. I just thought it was interesting that the incident started a 30 minute period of Essendon domination.
    Did you notice up to that point that Baguley kept trying to niggle our younger players including Hayward, Heeney and Florent? I think that Hayward was just fed up and let it all out. Hopefully this week we don't react to Baguley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ludwig View Post
    Earlier this week I watched the replay of the round 14 game against Essendon. Hayward took a great mark on Baguley and kicked a goal late in the 3rd qtr. This was followed by a gloating push by Hayward into Baguley's chest that started a big scuffle that took a bit of time to settle down.

    Essendon kicked the next 7 goals.

    I don't know what to make of it, if anything at all. I just thought it was interesting that the incident started a 30 minute period of Essendon domination.
    I remember thinking at the time that it was a bit early for that kind of business. But as you say, great mark.

    Could be well off, but feel selection of Towers over Hayward this weekend is a little head over heart. Feels sensible, but there's a slight discomfort; the lad you actually trust more has been left out. Let's hope Dean has a big game.

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