Toast You wish you were Lachie Jones

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Enviable Tradition

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The crowd clapped and cheered when he came on for his first run and went nuts when he went near the ball the first few times. Then the standing ovation he got with that Lynch play. All for a first gamer.

His skills were a bit shaky at times but he looked right at home out there.
Every time he went near it there were dozens of people around me just calling out LACHY!

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PowerBaz

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The crowd clapped and cheered when he came on for his first run and went nuts when he went near the ball the first few times. Then the standing ovation he got with that Lynch play. All for a first gamer.

His skills were a bit shaky at times but he looked right at home out there.
Turned on a dime to get away from Lynch.
 

Ford Fairlane

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I said a little while back that Lachie has a bit of Greg Phillips about him. Not quite as big and as huge a marking presence, but still physically big and mature, plays like he belongs out there, is so composed and is surprisingly quick for his size. Where Greg was key position big, Lachie is sports car fast.

He seems so unflappable. In the sanfl last year, he just took on whatever role he was given and went about it. No fuss, no bother. High flying marks, big tackles, bursting runs, all done as if they were just there to be done, why are you all so excited?

In the AFL he is no different, even with his guernsey presentation.
 

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