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I can’t tell whether this team is just waking up or pretending again. Very young team still, but actually pretty consistent this year except for forward connections and goal kicking.

Regardless, I’m pretty sure it’s a team capable of beating all the other teams; whether they will is another question, as usual!!
 
I can’t tell whether this team is just waking up or pretending again. Very young team still, but actually pretty consistent this year except for forward connections and goal kicking.

Regardless, I’m pretty sure it’s a team capable of beating all the other teams; whether they will is another question, as usual!!
Exactly how I feel.
 
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~36h on-road time; 3 drivers doing 4 hour shifts (driver and front seat passenger keeping driver awake, sleeping space in back seat), get there in 1.5 days, 1 day off in Melbourne to get over enormous hangover after 1st premiership and 1.5 days back... 5 days total, easy!
I did the same in 52 hours, with 4 people (only 3 drivers though) and it was a Datsun sunny wagon with no overdrive so we were only doing 90kph
 
I did the same in 52 hours, with 4 people (only 3 drivers though) and it was a Datsun sunny wagon with no overdrive so we were only doing 90kph
Class.

Took me 6 days from Canberra as a solo driver sticking to limited driving hours in order to be safe… but it’s a bloody terrific drive! Watching Southern Right whales including a mother and calf migrate through the bite was… 😲
 
What does Yokai mean?
Its a Noongar word which I think has a range of meanings which I take to include, but not limited to, a call to arms, a war cry, and a victory celebration.
NITV in introducing their new YOKAYI FOOTY show put it this way..................

"Yokayi Footy
is set to be a fun and insightful look at football and Indigenous culture through analysis, humour and debate.
Hosted by former Adelaide, Sydney and Collingwood player Tony Armstrong, AFLW advocate and youth pioneer Bianca Hunt, and former triple premiership Brisbane Lions and Indigenous All Stars player Darryl White, Yokayi will bring something new to the traditional footy panel space.

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Introducing 'Yokayi Footy': NITV & the AFL kick off a new football show


Bianca, Tony & Darryl: Meet the hosts of Yokayi Footy

Filmed on Country and also from studio in Melbourne, Yokayi Footy will explore the grassroots efforts of players around the nation and share stories from their communities.
"With insightful monologues, our unique sense of humour, sassiness, style and having three Indigenous hosts, we do have a unique flavour to things," Hart explains. "This is the next level I feel for entertainment, for NITV, for our Australian community as a whole."
This is the next level I feel for entertainment, for NITV, for our Australian community as a whole.
In consultation with her community, one of the most important things for Hart to decide from the get-go was the name of the new show.
NITV and AFL announce a new footy show Yokayi Footy

(L-R) Meet Yokayi Footy's new hosts: Darryl White, Bianca Hunt and Tony Armstrong Source: NITV
With a strong grounding in her own language and having worked with language most of her life and career, Hart says bringing this element to the show was very important.
"'Yokayi' is a Noongar word that can be thought of in several ways.
I want everyone to be able to share and celebrate this word and I'm so happy that I have community support from my Noongar community [to use it].
One of the things it's used as is a cry of celebration, a cry of victory, a shout of victory — It's also a feeling."
Many in the Noongar community have shared their insights into what this popular word Yokayi (pronounced 'yok-eye') means to them and how they feel, having a word from their own language used for national television.
Noongar man, Barry McGuire says the use of the word is a great way to share and teach other Australians language that celebrates spiritual and physical strength and had been used for thousands of years.
"Yokayi is an energy of spiritual strength that builds up from within and it is released once victory is reached," he explains.
"The energy is an ancient connection to all of our ancestors who have stood in it. The policies of the past have stopped the life of this word and since we have survived within our language as a community, here is one of many reasons to shout it out again, we can live in the vibrations of yokayi again!"
 
~36h on-road time; 3 drivers doing 4 hour shifts (driver and front seat passenger keeping driver awake, sleeping space in back seat), get there in 1.5 days, 1 day off in Melbourne to get over enormous hangover after 1st premiership and 1.5 days back... 5 days total, easy!
how long if I am pulling a Jayco? lol
 

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