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    RWO #AFL Round 2 weekend discussion thread

    Well, big game tonight, the GF replay and some other interesting fixtures for round two. Tonight, I actually think Richmond will win again, even in Adelaide but it could go either way. Mondays game (Cats V Hawks) should be a beauty as will our game against Port. The other games should be cut and dried results you'd think......except maybe Blues v Suns. Have a great weekend, whatever you're doing and let the discussion begin!
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    I'm going to the Easter Monday game so I'm looking forward to that. The Geelong v Hawks games are normally good.

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    Watching Crows v Tigers. Enjoying that ADL are targeting Rance so successfully!
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    Rance is getting a bit of a pantsing, which is great! Jenkins well on top. Good game actually, quite free flowing, high scoring. Could be a thriller......

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevoswan View Post
    Rance is getting a bit of a pantsing, which is great! Jenkins well on top. Good game actually, quite free flowing, high scoring. Could be a thriller......
    Nice to see Rance getting penalized for holding. Usually he seems to operate under a cloak of invisibility.

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    Age may be catching up to Eddie betts

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    Interesting game, good comeback from Crows and they really starved the Tigers of the ball in the second half. I like the young Fogarty fellow.

    Betts did look down on confidence and lacking in the usual magic tricks, maybe it is a hint of the beginning of the end.

    Not much until Sunday now...and I rashly booked a weekend away in the Blue Mountains forgetting it was our first home game and one of the few at a family-friendly time! Ah well.

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    Big game for us Sunday. Chance to go 4pts up on the Tigers,Crows and Port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilfws View Post
    Betts did look down on confidence and lacking in the usual magic tricks, maybe it is a hint of the beginning of the end.
    Perhaps he is the one that has not recovered from their preseason camp?
    C'mon Chels!

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    Maybe it was a good idea then, but teams are figuring ways to counter it.

    https://www.theage.com.au/sport/afl/...30-p4z71h.html
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    Only one game but even with Dusty starring, yet again, Richmond look like a mid table side. Will they do a Dogs and after winning a surprise flag fall pack into the pack - we hope so :-)

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    The Tigers applied massive pressure, but crows seem to have the skill (big mark, quick handballs) to get around it. Not sure if that is just luck by the crows, or pressure can only get you so far.

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