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Donny Aries

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 6:00 pm
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Collingwood 18.5.113
Fremantle 10.7.67

Goals: Elliott 4, Ash 3, McStay 2, Adams, Crisp, Nick, Bobby, Josh, Framps, Cox, Pendles 1,

Disposals: Nick 36, Josh 31, De Goey 26, Crisp 25, Adams 23, IQ 22, Maynard 20, Moore 19, Noblet 20, Sidey 18, Markov 15, Howe 17, Pendles, Lipinski 14,

Tackles: Adams, Lipinski 9, Maynard 8, Mitchell 7, McCreery 6.

D/E: Moore 89.5%, Murph 88.9, Markov 86.7, De Goey 80.8

AFs: Nick 132, Adams 125, Josh 120, Crisp 102, Maynard 101, De Goey 95,

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 7:08 pm
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Thanks Donny you have given me a new name for Noble when he displeases me
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 7:29 pm
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mgh3536 wrote:
I’m failing to see Johnson in the best 22

Since coming back 5 of his 6 goals have come from kicks anyone could have kicked

Maybe, but not everyone can take a contested mark in the goalsquare like he can, and has done, 2 weeks running.
I agree that he's not in our best 22 on paper, but the dilemma is that he doesn't deserve to be dropped based on his form in the 2 games since returning to the side.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 8:43 pm
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Yeah another top game by the Pies.

Be it a tight first quarter they set it up in quarter 2 and went on with it for the rest of the match.

Bank the 4 points.

Now for Port.

I think we will see a line up similar to this one:

FB: Murphy Frampton Noble
CB: Maynard Moore Pendles
C: J Daicos Adams Side
CF: Hill McStay N Daicos
FF: Elliott Checkers Johnson
R: Cox JDG Mitchell
INT: Cameron Lipinski Crisp Howe
SUB:Marcov

I think we wil win v port and win it by 16 points
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JC Hartley Cancer

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 9:02 pm
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A blitzkrieg second term from Collingwood was enough to overwhelm Fremantle by 46 points. After an even opening quarter, the Magpies booted 10 goals in the second quarter to put the contest to bed at half time. The second half was lacklustre, scrappy and challenging where very few goals were kicked and the intensity dropped off drastically without impacting the margin and outcome of the contest.

Collingwood's statistical categories were won from disposals by +42 (369 - 327), +32 for kicks (207 - 175), handballs were won by +10 (162 - 152), while contested possessions had a margin of +1 (135 - 134), uncontested possessions were up by +22 (222 - 200), turnovers were down by -6 ( 52 - 58 ), and intercept possessions had a differential of +6 (58 - 52). Centre clearances were claimed by +3 (16 - 13), tackles had an advantage of +1 (80 - 79), Tackles Inside 50 had a margin of +4 ( 12 - 8 ), +31 for marks (96 - 65), uncontested marks had a gap of +20 (80 - 60), contested marks were won by +11 (16 - 5), intercept marks were up by +6 (58 - 52) Marks Inside 50 had a positive reading of +3 (15 - 12), and Inside 50s had a differential of +18 (53 - 35). Fremantle gained their advantages through hit-outs by +9 (51 - 42), clearances were won by +6 (46 - 40), and stoppage clearances had a margin of +9 (33 - 24).

Nick Daicos (36 disposals @ 67%, 568 metres gained, 11 contested possessions, 25 uncontested possessions, 3 intercept possessions, 18 kicks, 18 handballs, 5 marks, 4 tackles, 2 goal assists, 11 score involvements, 7 clearances, 2 centre clearances, 5 stoppage clearances, 7 Inside 50s & 1 goal) had another exceptional game through the midfield by creating play and scoring opportunities, while drawing opponents towards him to release handpasses into open space for his teammates. Nick also drifted forward to get dangerous on the scoreboard.

Josh Daicos (31 disposals @ 74%, 463 metres gained, 12 contested possessions, 19 uncontested possessions, 2 intercept possessions, 6 marks, 4 tackles, 1 goal assist, 5 score involvements, 7 clearances, 7 stoppage clearances, 5 Inside 50s & 1 goal) accumulated quality possessions on the wing, while winning several clearances from stoppages to produce territory.

Jordan De Goey (26 disposals @ 81%, 297 metres gained, 9 contested possessions, 17 uncontested possessions, 13 kicks, 13 handballs, 8 marks, 2 tackles, 1 goal assist, 6 score involvements, 4 clearances, 4 centre clearances & 4 Inside 50s) had an impressive 150th game where he won his own ball from clearances in the middle, and his ball use in general play was effective and damaging whenever he created scores for his team.

Jack Crisp (25 disposals @ 72%, 438 metres gained, 7 contested possessions, 18 uncontested possessions, 3 intercept possessions, 13 kicks, 12 handballs, 4 marks, 6 tackles, 1 goal assist, 7 score involvements, 3 clearances, 2 stoppage clearances, 5 Inside 50s & 1 goal) thrived on his return to the midfield by using the ball well, tackling hard and effectively, and remaining busy in scoring chains.

Taylor Adams (23 disposals @ 65%, 367 metres gained, 12 contested possessions, 11 uncontested possessions, 13 kicks, 10 handballs, 7 marks, 3 Marks Inside 50, 9 tackles, 2 goal assists, 8 score involvements, 7 clearances, 4 centre clearances, 3 stoppage clearances, 4 Inside 50s & 2 goals) impacted the game up forward and in the midfield in the first half with two goals and 16 disposals, before drifting out of the game in the second half. Adams was able to demonstrate his strengths of yesteryear where he would win the contested ball, tackle with intent, and win crucial clearances to assist Jordan De Goey and Nick Daicos.

Mason Cox (8 disposals @ 50%, 101 metres gained, 32 hit-outs, 8 contested possessions, 6 kicks, 2 handballs, 5 marks, 4 contested marks, 7 score involvements & 1 goal) gave his midfield first-use as often as possible, while impacting marking contests and the scoreboard throughout the contest.

Isaac Quaynor (22 disposals @ 77%, 440 metres gained, 6 contested possessions, 16 uncontested possessions, 8 intercept possessions, 13 kicks, 9 handballs, 5 marks, 2 contested marks, 2 tackles, 1 goal assist, 3 score involvements, 5 Inside 50s & 3 Rebound 50s) generated significant rebound rolling up towards attack from defence and trusted his aerial judgement of marks behind the ball when the team was under siege and pressure.

John Noble (20 disposals @ 70%, 270 metres gained, 2 contested possessions, 18 uncontested possessions, 11 kicks, 9 handballs, 8 marks, 2 tackles & 3 Rebound 50s) made himself a conduit to take marks from short kicks, before linking up by hand with handballs to get the ball moving or kicking it to a contest when there was nothing on short for the lead-up kick.

Brayden Maynard (20 disposals @ 75%, 446 metres gained, 4 contested possessions, 16 uncontested possessions, 4 intercept possessions, 15 kicks, 5 handballs, 6 marks, 8 tackles, 6 score involvements & 3 Inside 50s) was tremendous in defence with his booming left foot on display countless times where he rolled up forward, while taking crucial marks and making a significant impact with his tackling and his pressure.

Darcy Moore (19 disposals @ 90%, 268 metres gained, 9 contested possessions, 10 uncontested possessions, 11 intercept possessions, 15 kicks, 4 handballs, 8 marks, 4 contested marks, 5 score involvements & 3 Rebound 50s) was the human brickwall in the opening term where nothing got or went past him with several telling marks to save goals and his ball use coming out of defence was exquisite and highly accurate.

Jeremy Howe (17 disposals @ 76%, 230 metres gained, 17 uncontsted possessions, 2 intercept possessions, 12 kicks, 5 handballs, 6 marks, 3 tackles, 4 score involvements, 2 Inside 50s & 3 Rebound 50s) held his marks and was largely effective with his disposal efficiency on transtion plays from defence.

Oleg Markov (15 disposals @ 87%, 354 metres gained, 5 contested possessions, 10 uncontested possessions, 4 intercept possessions, 9 kicks, 6 handballs, 6 marks, 1 goal assist, 4 score involvements, 3 Inside 50s & 3 Rebound 50s) broke several lines from defence after taking marks and kept persisting with those tactics throughout the game, and helped the team score from his efforts of boldness and bravery to play on and take the game on.

Jamie Elliott (10 disposals @ 90%, 6 contested possessions, 4 uncontested possessions, 2 intercept possessions, 5 kicks, 5 handballs, 4 marks, 3 Marks Inside 50, 2 goal assists, 7 score involvements & 4 goals) continued his rich vein of form with an impressive display up forward where he made the most of his chances and knew where to take his marks inside 50.

Daniel McStay (7 disposals @ 43%, 147 metres gained, 2 hit-outs, 2 contested possessions, 5 uncontested possessions, 6 kicks, 4 marks, 2 Marks Inside 50, 4 tackles, 3 Tackles Inside 50, 4 score involvements, 3 Inside 50s & 2 goals) had an impact in the second quarter where he took a couple of marks and converted his opportunities in the all-important second term.

Ash Johnson (7 disposals @ 57%, 137 metres gained, 2 contested possessions, 5 uncontested possessions, 6 kicks, 3 marks, 3 Marks Inside 50, 1 goal assist, 4 score involvements & 3 goals) maintained his good run up forward by making all of opportunities and chances count on the scoreboard.

Collingwood's next game will be against Port Adelaide on July 22 at the Adelaide Oval. Huge interstate trip for the Magpies against the Power as a victory over Port will see the Pies go two games clear on top of the ladder. The impending returns of Darcy Cameron & Brody Mihocek will go a long way to enabling the Woods to get over the line and make a statement.

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bally12 Aquarius



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 10:14 pm
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What about the ridiculous jumper clash. Our home game means we wear the predominately black , and they wear their white away jumper. It's not that hard AFL.

Now for the ark. Their first goal was clearly touched, fingers bent back, everyone could see except the guy in the ark. How does the obvious get missed like that? Amateur hour AFL.
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Jezza Taurus

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2023 10:18 pm
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bally12 wrote:
What about the ridiculous jumper clash. Our home game means we wear the predominately black , and they wear their white away jumper. It's not that hard AFL.

100% agree.

I think the players were caught out a few times passing off to the wrong jumper especially in the first quarter.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2023 6:33 pm
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Jezza wrote:
bally12 wrote:
What about the ridiculous jumper clash. Our home game means we wear the predominately black , and they wear their white away jumper. It's not that hard AFL.

100% agree.

I think the players were caught out a few times passing off to the wrong jumper especially in the first quarter.


I thought it was just me. Very annoying.

Great 2nd qtr, easy game to watch for a change. I’m not Tay’s biggest fan lately but hats off to him. Best he’s played in a long while. Close to BOG for mine.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2023 8:12 pm
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This week's impressive 10-goal quarter against Fremantle.

Collingwood vs. Freemantle starts @ 47.30

The Mason Cox Show
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwTlVjlib0Q

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2023 8:35 pm
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The jumper clash - yes! - it was obvious at the ground, and a few times players got caught out. Why don't they wear their white top! Madness!

I thought their first goal was touched too - as did all the players. Took ages for everyone to go back to the middle when it wasn't reviewed. Surely should've been reviewed by the onfield umps. But that was on a roll of 7-2 free kicks for Freo, which they were obviously alerted to at quarter time when they started to even it up! Thank Christ we had a 500 game umpire to make sure it was all above board Razz

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2023 12:59 am
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dalyc wrote:
I’m not Tay’s biggest fan lately but hats off to him. Best he’s played in a long while. Close to BOG for mine.


Well, we are big Tay fans really, but the ball butchering routine is getting old.
I'd much prefer him to handball, rather than kicking

Wasn't really evident against Freo, but it can manifest randomly, against any opposition, in any condition.

He plays his best when he instinctually releases the ball to the first moving option, and not over-possessing it by trying to think his way through traffic or a stoppage. Getting run down from behind in that 2nd half was amateurish.

Just hope it doesn't hurt us come September....

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2023 1:00 am
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KenH wrote:
Next week will pass the million mark for attendance this season.

Fair chance of challenging the rd 19 2003 total v Brisbane next month to create 5 of the top ten attendances in this season!


Will be hard to beat that attendance total at Marvel Stadium?[/quote]

Yeah, fair call. i was obviously thinking MCG!
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