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Discussion in 'Fremantle' started by Randomizor, Apr 8, 2017.
For some reason he always reminds me of the Tassie Devil character from those Warner Bros. cartoons.
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meima is really a footy journalist going incogneto.
Been posted by the club several times.
Thankfully it doesn't involve meima with a long lensed SLR stalking junior football games around the country. Well at least not in this instance.
Free kick Roos...obviously...
To be fair, it looks like Crozier is about to go in dry.....
Crozier looks like he's really relishing a bit of biffo... or just a little push and shove
You need to share this with the club!
It did end up as a 50m penalty
Don't send it to the Eagles, they've already shat themselves.
One of the nicest guys you could ever know and i have had the pleasure of knowing Brady for a while now. Every now and then i will say hi to him on facebook.
I first met Brady at the Imparja Cup in Alice Springs- now called the National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC), its a national tournament run by Cricket Australia and brings together the best indigenous cricketers from all of the state/territories, it is held in February each year on Alice Springs. How am I involved?? Im a First Grade umpire and umpire WA Premier Cricket (pathway cricket) and have represented WA at the NICC since 2007. I first met Brady in 2008. His dad was a player and now coaches the team (Tasmania).
Its great to see Brady getting a go with the Dockers, he tries his heart out and has a never-say-die attitude and has some polish and class in front of goals too. He is also a great tackler and just brings a lot of enthusiasm to the team.
Well done Brady.
Side note: Former Docker and South Fremantle player Keren Ugle also played for WA at the NICC on quite a few occasions as well.
WA has won the NICC in 2010, 2014 and 2015. Some of you may have heard about the tournament and some of you may not have. The internet has plenty of info on the NICC. Anyway this is not a cricket thread - its an AFL thread so I will stop here.
I love Brady, first name basis now! He is welcome at my campfire anytime! Tough, good old fashioned player - similar qualities to that McCarthy bloke.
The more I think of that one the more I think it was given, or instructed to be given, by the "fourth" umpire in the stands. Otherwise the controlling umpire gave it by guessing the mellee was started by us unlawfully. There's no other explaination as the umpire who was at the mellee didn't signal to the controlling ump at all.
Epic thread. Will read again and the pictures. No wonder there has been salivating.
Is this the same Keren Ugle?
Is he dead?
Sad if so.
There is a Keren Ugle Junior mentioned in the obituary, who I assume would be the ex Freo player
Yes Keren Ugle snr passed away. Keren Ugle jnr (former Freo Docker/Sth Freo) is the player who played for WA at the National Indigenous Cricket Championships.
I am officially saying I owe Brady an apology. I watched him play about three live games for Peel and although I loved his hardness I thought and said on this forum that his skills by foot were probably so poor I didn't think he would make it (and unless your name is Dawson I normally never like to bag our players).
Obviously he has done a mountain of work on his kicking over the time since then (at least as it under game pressure) and he has really improved and combined with his hardness and speed across the ground is really adding something to the team.
We better enjoy him and Alex Pearce while we can, since it looks like North will get first dibs at all the tassy boys in the future.
I liked it for the information. Thanks.
Just like to point out that Brady had a solid game today again as it seems to have been missed with all the other top performances.
He was a great little wrecking ball today. Loved his game.
Loves a scrap too
Has removed the miss from his 'hit and miss' kicking.
A great contributor.
Have it from a reliable source more opposition backmen wear nappies when he's named.
How good that tackle on Goddard in the middle of the field .