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    #AFL Round 6, Swans vs Cats, 1:45pm 28/04 Kardinia Park #AFLCatsSwans

    Sunny and 18c at Kardinia Park, bit of a breeze but otherwise good conditions for footy.

    Teams, match preview here: Geelong Cats Vs Sydney Swans - Match Centre - AFL.com.au

    Broadcast guide here: 2018 AFL Broadcast Guide - AFL.com.au

    With the number of injuries we have, I'll just say Swans by one point.
    Captain, I am detecting large quantities of win in this sector

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    Parfitt out, ZGuthrie in

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    Dunstall interviewing Longmire and says Ben Reid instead of Sam Reid ????.

    I want to see hunger and pressure today. No excuses!

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    Mills to play mids. Jones defence.

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    Ronke on!

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    Great goal Ronke!! Ronke & Roll!!!

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    It was a trip and of course Stevic let it go!

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    Dwayne Russell was almost buoyant that we have some big players missing.

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    We've been competitive so far...but how long it will last is debatable...But good effort. Sinclair having a blinder so far, but as the only ruckman it's going to be tough for him to continue.....congratulations to Ronke for his first goal.

    Hating the commentary on C7

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    Good start - full of energy. Dangerfield and Selwood go near the ball and the ump blows the bloody whistle.

    Sinclair great as was Rampe, Grundy and Rohan early. MUST keep the pressure level the same to win.

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    Didn't call the legged on Gaz.

    A little more accuracy in front of goal would be nice. The midfield has turned up to play, everyone working hard.
    He reminds him of the guys, close-set, slow, and never rattled, who were play-makers on the team. (John Updike, seeing Josh Kennedy in a crystal ball)

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    So far so good. At least the midfield's intensity is many times up on the last two games.

    Shame we have Dwayne commentating. His observation that Longmire "admonished" Sinclair for being beaten by Jacobs couldn't be further from the truth. He acknowledged that he was beaten while speaking positively about Sinclair's contribution so far this season.

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    Fantastic pressure letís keep it up!

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