Casey Scorpions News

From the Sunday Age
Reported by Brent Diamond
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CASEY Scorpions coach Brad Gotch described it as the "best forward line" he has ever coached in the Scorpions' 73-point drubbing of Coburg at Casey Fields yesterday.

Jack Watts played his best game of the season to "warrant consideration" for next Saturday's clash against West Coast. He kicked four goals while Brad Miller kicked three goals.

From localfooty.com.au
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BRADLEY Gotch has more than 200 games and two premierships behind him as a VFL coach.

So it was a shower of bouquets for the Casey Scorpions when he said he rated their victory over North Ballarat in Round 3 on Saturday as"one of the best wins I've been associated with".

The Scorpions trailed at every change at Eureka Stadium and fell 22 points behind early in the last quarter.

VFL captain 'very sick' after Hawthorn pub punch-up

Herald-Sun

CASEY Scorpions VFL captain Kyle Matthews is in intensive care at The Alfred hospital after he was punched outside a Hawthorn hotel last night.

Matthews, 24, suffered a slight skull fracture and swelling of the brain after the incident outside the Geebung Polo Club in Auburn Rd.

He fell on to the road, with a witness describing the sound as “like a coconut hitting the ground’’.

Coaching swap for Williamstown, Casey

Coaching swap for Williamstown, CaseyFrom Leader Group Newspapers Localfooty.com.au
Reported by Paul Amy
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Bradley Gotch is Scorpions-bound. Photo: Mark Wilson

CASEY and Williamstown have completed a trade of coaches, with the Scorpions locking in Bradley Gotch as their new senior mentor.

Casey swooped on Gotch after Willy replaced him with Peter German, who steered the Scorpions to the finals this year and was named VFL coach of the season.

German will also serve as the development coach for the Western Bulldogs.

Gotch pointed the Scorpions to a premiership in 1996, when the club was based at Springvale.

He coached Williamstown from 2002-2009, a long engagement highlighted by the 2003 flag, but the Seagulls decided not to reappoint him for next season following their lacklustre finals campaign.

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