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Old 13th June 2004, 11:52 PM
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FRIDAY JUNE 18 AEST
St Kilda vs Hawthorn
Telstra Dome 7:40 PM AEST

SATURDAY JUNE 19 AEST
Geelong vs Brisbane Lions
Skilled Stadium 2:10 PM AEST

Richmond vs Carlton
Telstra Dome 7:10 PM AEST

Fremantle vs Port Adelaide
Subiaco Oval 5:40 PM AWST

SUNDAY JUNE 20 AEST
Kangaroos vs West Coast Eagles
Manuka Oval 1:10 PM AEST

Essendon vs Melbourne
MCG 2:10 PM AEST

Adelaide vs Western Bulldogs
AAMI Stadium 2:10 PM ACST

SATURDAY JUNE 26 AEST
Sydney Swans vs Collingwood
Telstra Stadium 7:20 PM AEST
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Old 14th June 2004, 11:35 AM
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Just looking ahead to the next round [R14] why would st kilda play port adelaide in tasmania, i know hawthorn plays a few there, but why the saints?
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Old 14th June 2004, 12:24 PM
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The St Kilda Football Club has been committed to promoting AFL in Tasmania for some time.

They have a rep in Tas to manage and coordinate the activities of the St Kilda Football Club in Tasmania.

They have a partnership with The Asthma Foundation of Tasmania.

They conduct a Community Camp in Tas on an annual basis.

They are involved in the Tasmania Community Club (AFL) Game Development Program.

etc etc
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Old 14th June 2004, 12:35 PM
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Thanks sports fan, wasn't sure, i am looking at the records of hawthorn 5/6 and the saints 1/2 at york park, maybe its lucky they are not playing this game there[i know the draw was done before the season started]interesting though?
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Old 14th June 2004, 05:42 PM
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St Kilda
Brisbane
Carlton
Fremantle
Kangaroos
Melbourne
Adelaide
Sydney
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Old 14th June 2004, 05:55 PM
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St Kilda
Geelong
Carlton
Port Adelaide
Kangaroos
Essendon
Adelaide
Collingwood

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Old 15th June 2004, 09:23 AM
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ST KILDA-
Theyve filled the bookies coffers for the last 2weeks.. no hat-trick here

LIONS
On the road but on a roll

RICHMOND
Carlton/Richmond ? Richmond/Carlton ? Heads /Tails? -- Heads
PORT
Port at the graveyard

KANGAROOS
The weather will be too cold for the Eagles in the ACT...and the Roos will be too hot

MELBOURNE
More coin tossing --Tails again

ADELAIDE
Only cos theyre at home and Ive picked em the last 2 weeks

SWANS
But not by much





[ This Message was edited by: Floydyboy on 2004-06-18 10:03 ]
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Old 15th June 2004, 01:11 PM
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How totally ridiculous that Collingwood and Sydney get an entire weekend to themselves.

Anyway, there are some really tough games to pick this round. My early ratings are like this:
St Kilda 129 Hawthorn 77
Geelong 100 Brisbane 114
Richmond 91 Carlton 95
Fremantle 98 Port Adel 104
Kangaroos 100 West Coast 90
Essendon 108 Melbourne 116
Adelaide 94 W.Bulldogs 84
Sydney 109 Collingwood 87

Surely St Kilda will bounce back this week?
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Old 15th June 2004, 06:02 PM
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Am strongly considering taking St.Kilda at 60+.And the $3.50 the premiership is value as well.

Sportznut,I strongly urge you to look at your penalty for Brisbane when they play away.20 points is much too harsh.
When you came up with Essendon as a selection,that was the reason.
At least when they travel to Victoria anyway.

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Old 15th June 2004, 06:57 PM
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Well, I've only penalised them 10 points this week because they have a good record at Geelong.

When it comes to penalties, I guess 20 points IS probably too much against the victorian teams, but I actually think 20 points may not be enough when they play in Perth. I am very comfortable betting against Brisbane when they go over there!

It's wierd. I'm a Brisbane Lions fan, but I'm always more pessimistic about their chances than non-lions fans.

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