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Mkcaptain

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Mar 2, 2011
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Guessing it is in actual fact not being streamed. Damn there goes my monday plans


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I eventually found it just then. If on the main page you select NAB League boys and then scroll on the list of games to the Oakleigh game it will have an option to select watch. The stream quality is very choppy though
 

Pragmatic Shill

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Jul 2, 2017
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If Quaynor mk II has yet to do anything as a junior then;
a) he’ll fall in the range where we can match bids for him, and
b) we ought to know more about him than anyone else.
Quaynor II hasn't been listed in the OC squad this year though, so I have doubt that he'll be drafted.

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KrispyKremePie

Team Captain
Oct 4, 2015
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I eventually found it just then. If on the main page you select NAB League boys and then scroll on the list of games to the Oakleigh game it will have an option to select watch. The stream quality is very choppy though
Thanks for that! I’m 99% sure that “watch” button wasn’t there before...


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TradeDraft

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Oct 18, 2009
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#1 Youseph Dib


The Collingwood NGA member showed a lot of spark from half-back, providing plenty of creativity and composure to help his side provide meaningful rebound. Usually stationed in the forwardline or through the midfield, Dib made the half-back line his own and was busy very early in the game and despite playing mostly in defence, managed to kick a goal in the first quarter following a 50-metre penalty. As much as Dib has been seen as a very agile and exciting little player, his one-percenters really stood out with some nice tackles and some good smothers. Dib wasn’t prolific but had a solid game with 10 disposals, three tackles and a goal.


#3 Nick Daicos


In his NAB League debut, Daicos showed the hype was justified with a best on ground performance against perhaps the team to beat this year in Sandringham. Daicos was superb in the midfield, winning the ball at will and showing great skill and speed when in possession. Daicos started the game perfectly with the game’s first clearance and showed his forward craft, kicking a well-struck set shot from 45 metres out. His second goal came from a set shot from 50 metres in the third quarter, and his third and final goal came in the last quarter with a terrific crumbing effort where he hit the ball at speed and kicked the goal quicker than a hiccup. With an early corky, Daicos had to spend a bit of time at deep forward in the second half but he still looked so damaging whenever he went near the ball. Daicos finished the game with 28 disposals, eight marks, seven tackles and kicked 3.2 in a best on ground performance.


 

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