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Post by Mickyj on Sun Mar 16, 2014 12:20 pm

Game is set for 10.30 am @ Max Basheer Oval

Unless we get lucky like sturt and they move it
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Peter69 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 12:29 pm

Since heard game shifted to Aami Stadium next door.
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Post by Mickyj on Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:26 pm

LindsayHead17 wrote:Since heard game shifted to Aami Stadium next door.

hope its true
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Col D on Wed Mar 19, 2014 8:51 pm

Will be confirmed later this week - watch for thursday email - will be funny seeing Petrenko, Thompson, Reilly, Ellis-Yolman playing against us. Bet they get caught out with a few calls by our boys to handball!!

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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Mickyj on Thu Mar 20, 2014 5:18 pm

TRIAL GAME UPDATE

This Saturday's League trial game will now be played on AAMI Stadium. The game will kick off at 10.30am. Entrance will be via the eastern gate next to the AFC administration building. The is no reserves game this weekend.

Number Surname Given Name
2 APPLETON MATTHEW
3 JARRAD LUKE
4 TEMPLETON JACOB
5 BOYD JAMES
6 WUNDKE MICHAEL
7 POWELL LUKE
8 RAYMOND PHIL
9 SUMNER BYRON
10 HALL CHRIS
12 AINGER ANDREW
13 BORHOLM MARC
14 GROCKE ADAM
16 McGREGOR LACHLAN
19 MARTYN SAM
21 BATLEY NATHAN
25 KANE CHRIS
29 GOLDSWORTHY MATTHEW
30 MACKENZIE TIM
33 LEWIS SCOTT
44 VON BERTOUCH JAKE
45 GIUFFREDA PATRICK
46 ELLIS GILES
48 HEINJUS SAM
52 POOLE ANGUS
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Premiers on Thu Mar 20, 2014 6:24 pm

Good list

Accepting that Rowntree will miss most/all of the season, then the only players missing are Culley, Summerton and Allmond (and we need all of those ).

Giles Ellis is one to look out for - looked good last week in the Reserves Trial.

Fitzgerald was unlucky - expect him to get a game forward or back before the end of season.

disappointing Amos Frank hasn't returned.
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by MightyEagles on Sat Mar 22, 2014 3:39 pm

unofficial score Eagles 16.12.108 def. Adelaide 11.9.75
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Mickyj on Sat Mar 22, 2014 3:58 pm

MightyEagles wrote:unofficial score Eagles 16.12.108 def. Adelaide 11.9.75

From the Eagles facebook page !!

Good win by the boys in the first trial for 2014. Eagles 16.14 - 110 to the crows 11.8 - 74


Good game by the Eagles loved the win !!
Pity Crows fans didn't like the barracking Eagles fans !!
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Post by MightyEagles on Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:06 am

Paper had the same score as me.
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Reddeer on Sun Mar 23, 2014 4:04 pm

Fantastic report on the game in the Mail. Crows were billiant all over the ground and won easily (Well thats what it read like) Excellent balanced reporting or was Bednall being sarcastic

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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Premiers on Sun Mar 23, 2014 4:43 pm

Here's a better report:

Only several missed chances by Grocke and Ainger, who played well, kept the Crows within a goal at 3Q time before the Eagles blew them away in the final term.

Despite the enormous height advantage of the Crows Graham and Osborn allowing first touch at the centre bounces, the Eagles midfield led by James Boyd early but also Appleton, Kane and Lewis read the ball from losing rucks and won the clearances. Bornholm rucked all day without support and crashed in hard to lessen his bigger opponents ruckwork, then back-upped around the ground. Goldsworthy was the best small forward closely followed by a very encouraging Poole who crumbed well for 3 goals and also did well around the ground. Wundke's score-sheet read 1 goal but he showed his class with 4 goal-assists pass-offs in the first half.

Our backline had trouble coping with the height of Osborne and Angus when they rested up forward but otherwise did well and Guifreda, Sumner, Raymond and Batley running the ball out. Templeton was solid and effective at full back.

In summary, good trial, difficult to assess the quality of opposition and Bornholm just might be the most important player in the team that we can't replace.
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Re: Sat 22/3 - Eagles V Crows Trial

Post by Mickyj on Sun Mar 23, 2014 5:46 pm

Premiers wrote:Here's a better report:

Only several missed chances by Grocke and Ainger, who played well,  kept the Crows within a goal at 3Q time before the Eagles blew them away in the final term.

Despite the enormous height advantage of the Crows Graham and Osborn allowing first touch at the centre bounces, the Eagles midfield led by James Boyd early but also Appleton, Kane and  Lewis read the ball from losing rucks and won the clearances. Bornholm rucked all day without support and crashed in hard to lessen his bigger opponents ruckwork, then back-upped around the ground. Goldsworthy was the best small forward closely followed by a very encouraging Poole who crumbed well for 3 goals and also did well around the ground. Wundke's score-sheet read 1 goal but he showed his class with 4 goal-assists  pass-offs in the first half.

Our backline had trouble coping with the height of Osborne and Angus when they rested up forward but otherwise did well and Guifreda, Sumner, Raymond and Batley running the ball out. Templeton was solid and effective at full back.

In summary, good trial, difficult to assess the quality of opposition and Bornholm just might be the most important player in the team that we can't replace.

Premiers I actually thought Bornholm Grocke and Huppatz after half time all troubled Graham etc !!
one of the crows ruckman was laying on the ground after a ruck contest

And did anyone see who got templeton in the throat and did they get reported for it !!
Boyd good signing
Macgregor the same
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