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rooster
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[quote="Robbo"]The Question of the Tomorrow is who will Kangaroos supporters be barracking for. Rumour has it the Kangaroos had a ballot of their members this week and decided which member would support which club? Who would have believed a Kangaroos Intra Club game played in September.[/quote] You'd think 44 kangaroos were playing tomorrow the way all the crap about intra club game is being spoken. We'll have 7 kangas max (2 of which are rookies) and 15 VFL listed Roosters in tomorrows game. Hardly Kangaroo heavy.
bcarbonaro
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I think we'll have something like 10 Kangaroos listed players tomorrow, but our VFL core is important too. Great to meet you at the Liston, Digs.
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NorthPort
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The Roosters deep in time on in the second quarter look a little too good. Score currently Nth Ballarat 50 to Werribee 29.






billythekid
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Shit crowd as usual for these two clubs at Port. Looks like Nth Ballarat will go on and win today Werribbe playing crap windy day footy. Go the Borough!
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Pods just kicked one to narrow the margin. 7.8.50 to 5.5.35 at half-time. Looks to be a good crowd there as well... About to drive down there to take a look at the second half.






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[quote="NorthPort"]Pods just kicked one to narrow the margin. 7.8.50 to 5.5.35 at half-time. Looks to be a good crowd there as well... About to drive down there to take a look at the second half.[/quote] You reckon that a couple of thousand odd at the supposed premier State League PF on a fine Sunday with very little other major sport on in a city of 4 million is good - then I would hate to see a bad crowd.
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good win by the roosters!
rooster
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[quote="billythekid"]Shit crowd as usual for these two clubs at Port. Looks like Nth Ballarat will go on and win today Werribbe playing crap windy day footy. Go the Borough![/quote] A big message from all at Nth Ballarat billythewank. 'GO SHAG YA SELF COZ THE MIGHTY ROOSTERS ARE OFF TO THE BIG DANCE YOU NEGATIVE TOSSA !!!!
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[quote="billythekid"][quote:f338978b70="NorthPort"]Pods just kicked one to narrow the margin. 7.8.50 to 5.5.35 at half-time. Looks to be a good crowd there as well... About to drive down there to take a look at the second half.[/quote] You reckon that a couple of thousand odd at the supposed premier State League PF on a fine Sunday with very little other major sport on in a city of 4 million is good - then I would hate to see a bad crowd.[/quote] Its a good thing your bunch of loosers wern't playing then. Winners are grinners. Stick it up em 'Chookies'
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You look back at it and I guess Werribee were on the back foot at quarter time. They had a breeze that I felt was worth a few goals and actually went into quarter time trailing. Double blow was when they actually gave Nth Ballarat two gimmes in the third term from 50m penalties into the wind as it all started to fall apart for them. Was a bit surprised how negative North Ballarat went early in the last term, they did a good job protecting it but the ball seemed to spend a lot of time in Werribee's forward line. I dont like to criticise too many players, but a certain Kangaroos listed Werribee player squibbed three times during the day and when the heat is on in a final there's no room for that. Delisting material. Didnt realise how damaging the Nth Ballarat midfield is either - a good ruckman in Stephenson coupled with guys like Roach, Goodes, Swallow. I assume Jarrod Young still does a lot of tight checking jobs on opposition players at Werribee and I think he was shuffled around those three all day. Nice to see Benny Carbonaro, NorthPort and also to meet the Casey Radio boys as well. Bring on next Friday night!

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