I'm not 100% sure on that as I can't go (State League Netball double header for me this weekend in Hobart), so I haven't tried getting tickets. However, although the crowd was pitiful at the North game in Hobart last weekend, weren't there spectators sitting on the hill? Suspect that is no different to standing room.Will the premier allow standing room tickets? Adds another 4000 to the capacity apparently.
'Bramble and Duke' sounds like an 80's TV detective duo.Bramble in for his first game! Best of luck to the guy, hopefully he channels Duke from last week and has a red hot crack at it first up
More of the same super intensity and pressure we saw last week and we are certainly in with a shout. We saw the week before last, Richmond turn up the heat in the final quarter against them, and they didn't seem to cope all that well. We could be the ones to end their finals hopes; now that would be doubly sweet
Worpel is a loss though. Thought he was just starting to get the confidence back in his game
We missed out on Easter Monday. Could have shut up shop early for 2020 if our only wins were against Geelong, Essendon and Sydney.Bombers
The only game of significance for the rest of this year to beat the Drug addicted cheats and scandalous infecected culture of a Grub club!
Me will be Happy!
More an outside runner with speed/agility and poise/class with ball. Not a huge ball winner but doesn’t waste it. Completely different type to say Phillips.Is Bramble a ball magnet ? I don't really know much about him if anyone could give me a heads up on what style of player he is.
He's not a ball magnet. Unless we're actively feeding him the ball he'll probably get around 10-15 touches. But he's a very quick line-breaker with good agility and his ball use varies between reliable to very good. Can float his kicks a bit when under pressure but I've also seen him kick 40 metre bullets to a teammate.Is Bramble a ball magnet ? I don't really know much about him if anyone could give me a heads up on what style of player he is.