Posts Tagged "Melbourne Demons"

In the 2017 pre-season I picked three players per club to preview for the upcoming season – now I’m looking back at how they did, and grading their performance. Today I’m looking at the Hawthorn Hawks, Melbourne Demons and North Melbourne Kangaroos.

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In the last two rounds of season one, the Demons began playing like the best team in the competition, only missing the Grand Final because of a round five loss to GWS, of all teams.

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Melbourne chief executive Peter Jackson has defended the decision to pay some of discarded top pick Jack Watts’ salary as part of his trade to Port Adelaide.

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As the late Dean Bailey once said, “the club is always bigger than the individual”.

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The animus is over, for now. Melbourne have secured the services of Jake Lever, their young key position piece, giving up a bounty to add one of the final pieces of their aggressive rebuild.

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Jake Lever has been granted his wish to join Melbourne after the AFL club agreed to send two first-round draft picks to Adelaide.

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Melbourne have declared star forward Jesse Hogan off limits during the trade period, but Collingwood have emerged as a contender to secure out-of-favour veteran Jack Watts.

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So it’s official: out-of-contract Crow Jake Lever wants to join the Melbourne Demons, and has agreed to a four-year deal with the club.

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Jack Trengove’s tumultuous AFL career looks over after Melbourne delisted him.

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Melbourne’s 2017 was like everything we’ve seen from the club in the last decade – terrifying lows, dizzying highs, creamy middles, and of course gut-wrenching disappointment – rolled into a single season.

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A season of promise ended in incredible heartbreak for Melbourne, after an almost unimaginable turn of events in the very last round.

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After showing promise throughout season 2017 and setting up a much-awaited return to September football for the club and its fans, Melbourne’s season ended in disappointment.

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After looking at who will likely be the next captains of Geelong, Gold Coast, and GWS, today we’re assessing likely future skippers of Hawthorn, Melbourne, and North Melbourne.

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West Coast have beaten the ladder leading Adelaide Crows by 29 points, enough to move themselves above Melbourne and into eighth spot on the ladder.

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The Collingwood Magpies have closed out their year with a memorable win over the Melbourne Demons, but perhaps the biggest story is the Demons’ damage done to their finals chances.

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Match result: The Collingwood Magpies have closed out their year with a memorable win over the Melbourne Demons, but perhaps the biggest story is the Demons’ damage done to their finals chances.

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It was tight, frenetic and at times fiery football, but the Demons are now just one victory away from playing finals football for the first time in eleven years, after outlasting the Lions to claim a vital 13-point win.

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Match result: It was tight, frenetic and at times fiery football, but the Demons are now just one victory away from playing finals football for the first time in eleven years, after outlasting the Lions to claim a vital 13-point win.

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Jack Watts is one of the most criticised players in the competition, with him being dropped from the senior side last week not helping his cause. However, the forward played well in the VFL and should be recalled for his sides clash against Brisbane.

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As the winter chill fades, three clear premiership contenders have emerged. But 11 teams are still in the hunt, and as we learnt last year, favouritism be damned. This is the 2017 AFL premiership fairytale power rankings.

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