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MND banner – NSW Demons fly the banner in Sydney

NSW Demons were in out in force in our red and blue colours to join the Sydney Cheer Squad and Collingwood supporters to hold up the MND banner for the teams to run though to start the Queen’s Birthday blockbuster Melbourne v Collingwood.  

The match was held in Sydney for the first time and because the Victorian Covid lockdown prevented the Melbourne and Collingwood Cheer Squads from travelling to Sydney the Sydney Cheer Squad offered to make the banner.  A big thank you to the Sydney Swans Cheer Squad for helping us out + creating the joint banner for #BigFreeze7  to support the Fight MND’s Big Freeze and Neale Daniher’s fight against motor neurone disease.

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Sally

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From Slump To Pumped

Round 17 – Port Adelaide V Melbourne

Liam Chambers

Our last trip to Adelaide Oval ended in a one point loss; with a little help from the Umpire. That time we were the firm favourite, this time, thanks to a recent slump in form, we were the underdogs.

The early signs were good for Melbourne. They were winning more of the stoppages and the players looked determined to take the game to the opposition. With more inside 50s, the Dees were setting themselves up to score but their first major proved elusive until Luke Jackson took a great grab from a Christian Salem kick. Ben Brown, back after a stint in the VFL, used his body effectively to assist with the mark. Jackson lined up and scored from 45m out.  Read more

 

NSW Demons new Big Screen venue

The Southern Cross Hotel on the corner of the Princes Highway and Canal Street, St Peters, is temporarily our new home for watching Melbourne games with the NSW Demons.​ The hotel provides us with a large screen TV with full sound in the modern well appointed public bar.

​​The Camelia Grove Hotel  (aka The Cammy) is still the official home of the NSW Demons. However due to the change in management the Cammy is temporarily closed. We look forward to seeing you back there when it re-opens.

Sponsoring James Harmes

We are delighted to announce that James Harmes is our NSW Demons sponsored player again in 2021.  

In 2021 we also welcome James’ return to the midfield where he played so well in 2018 and 2019. James has also returned to playing at his very best when not only limiting the effect of opposition players but also as a highly effective offensive player. James likes the tagging role: “It’s where I feel like I play my best footy and it was fun. I just try to put work into him at stoppage and then after that work off him and try to use my running power.”

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