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PREGAME: Rd 19 vs Adelaide

The Demons will be back at the MCG for the second week in a row when they take on the Adelaide Crows on Sunday afternoon in a match where they can solidify their spot in the Top 4. Who comes in and who goes out?

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PODCAST: Rd 18 vs Brisbane

The Demonland Podcast will air LIVE on Monday, 17th July @ 8:30pm. Join Binman, George & I as we analyse the Demons victory at the MCG over the Lions.

You questions and comments are a huge part of our podcast so please post anything you want to ask or say below and we’ll give you a shout out on the show.

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My 3 word player analysis V Brisbane

Gawn – back to dominance

Viney – refused to wilt

Petracca – a class above

Melksham – experience was vital

McVee -may  get nominated 

May – had big moments 

Lever – was rarely beaten

Petty – poor until injury

Rivers – great final quarter

Brown – competed but limited

Sparrow – great tagging game

Jordon – a steady workhorse 

Brayshaw – important all game

Spargo – a nothing game

Pickett – some timely cameos

Bowey – always looked safe

Neal-Bullen – was rarely sighted

Salem – surprisingly quiet game

vanRooyen – not ready yet

Woewodin – an important goal

Smith – took his chances

Langdon – some vital connections 

Hunter – prolific and consistent 


the game- agony and ecstasy 


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POSTGAME: Rd 18 vs Brisbane

The Demons made a massive statement for the rest of the competition tonight and silenced the doubters defeating the Brisbane Lions by 1 point in a Top 4 clash in a blockbuster match at the MCG.

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VOTES: Rd 18 vs Brisbane

Christian Petracca is the runaway leader of the Demonland Player of the Year and has a comfortable lead over the injured Clayton Oliver whilst Jack Viney is slowly making headway in 3rd place. Your votes for the win/loss over/to the Lions. 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

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Damian Barrett

I’m starting this thread in the hope that I can see a few people joining me and really sinking the boots into this bloke. He is so ridiculously pro Geelong, so ridiculously pro-Bont, and so ridiculously anti-Melbourne. How does he get a job paid by the AFL?

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GAMEDAY: Rd 18 vs Brisbane

The Demons have a fantastic opportunity to make a statement to the rest of the competition in a Friday Night 3rd vs 4th Blockbuster at the MCG by defeating a contender in the Brisbane Lions and creating a buffer for themselves in the Top 4.

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Yze on The DeeBrief

Not sure if this has already been mentioned, but the DeeBrief podcast has just done an interview with Aden Yze – I think it’s only on the Premium version. He was pretty candid with his info – some of the key take outs:

– They definitely had a loading period over the past few rounds, with Yze likening it to a mini pre-season. He said they had targeted the consecutive 10 day breaks to put the load into players.

– They are going to play Trac almost exclusively in the forward line, with Brayshaw coming up to midfield. He said that they trust Viney and Brayshaw to lead the midfield. They will also give Kozzie some centre bounces to get his hands on the ball. Apparently Kozzie had been sick after Alice Springs and so had not trained fully up to the Saints game. He was also tagged heavily during last week’s game.

– The aim is to finish Top 4 every year, whilst we have this list. He described it as having a chance to knock on the door and whatever happens after that, happens. He explained that this was a theme that Clarko used at the Hawks. Yze also said that he thinks our finals series of 2021 was unbelievable and doubts whether it will ever be repeated (as in the total dominance of our opponents).

– He also made mention of the fitness and medical team, saying that they are fantastic. He used the example of Salem being able to return to AFL level without having to come back through Casey.


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