Who would win in an interstate game between VIC and WA?

WA or VIC?

  • WA

    Votes: 10 47.6%
  • VIC

    Votes: 11 52.4%

  • Total voters
    21

AeneasX

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Assuming everyone is healthy and willing whose 22 would get the job done. WA's midfield is not too shabby (Cripps Fyfe T.Mitchell T.Kelly Coniglio and Yeo) but IMO Victoria would still win with their stronger forward line + equally great midfielders accompanied by Gawn.
 

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gym4life

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Assuming everyone is healthy and willing whose 22 would get the job done. WA's midfield is not too shabby (Cripps Fyfe T.Mitchell T.Kelly Coniglio and Yeo) but IMO Victoria would still win with their stronger forward line + equally great midfielders accompanied by Gawn.
Stronger forward line? If we are assuming all players are fit then wa has the two best forwards in the comp.
 

AeneasX

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The last three years Kennedy was fit he made the all Australian team. Charlie probably wouldn’t play for WA.
Fair but VIC forward 6 would look something like, De Goey, J.Cameron, Dusty, T.Greene, Membrey and one of Hawkins/Lynch/Daniher. Even with Charlie I still reckon VIC got the edge.
 

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AeneasX

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Membrey, Hawkins & Daniher?.....Pull the other one.
Membrey had a great year, came seventh in the coleman playing in a side that came 14th and he isn't even a KPF more of a third tall. When considering Lynch/Daniher/Hawkins for Full-Forward no-one really jumps out at me; Hawkins was AA this year, Daniher's last healty season he was AA and Lynch had a strong year and was instrumental in Richmond's flag.
 

Procrastinator35

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Membrey had a great year, came seventh in the coleman playing in a side that came 14th and he isn't even a KPF more of a third tall. When considering Lynch/Daniher/Hawkins for Full-Forward no-one really jumps out at me; Hawkins was AA this year, Daniher's last healty season he was AA and Lynch had a strong year and was instrumental in Richmond's flag.
C'mon dude, get serious....Lynch is easily the superior tall forward among that lot....And young Curnow would be in ahead of Membrey as the third tall every day of the week.
 

AeneasX

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C'mon dude, get serious....Lynch is easily the superior tall forward among that lot....And young Curnow would be in ahead of Membrey as the third tall every day of the week.
Didn't really consider Curnow but now that you've said it sounds pretty good, definitely has more flair and excitement than Membrey. Would be interested in taking a closer look at HawkinsVDaniherVLynch but 5 in a prelim and standing fast through a year full of injury in a new team ought to give him the nod, fair call.
 

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