Infotainment Factory: Demons trolled on social media after finals exit

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Saturday, 22 September 2018

Demons trolled on social media after finals exit


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Melbourne Demons’ inglorious exit from the AFL’s finals series against West Coast Eagles has seen them quickly become the object of ridicule on social media, with the Western Australia police force leading the charge after accusing them of going ‘missing.’

The Demons were completely blown off the park at Optus Stadium by the high-flying Eagles, with the game effectively over at halftime after the home team led 10.9 (69) to 0.6 (6). It was the first time that Melbourne had been scoreless in a half since 2009.

It was also a sad exit for Melbourne, who had only cemented their first finals appearance in 12 years after beating the Eagles 16.12 (108) to 14.7 (91) just over a month ago. That memory was quickly erased by the home team as they ran away with the match 18.12 (121) to 7.13 (55).

WA Police couldn’t help but have a dig at the visiting team on Twitter, highlighting the performance of star ruckman Max Gawn who came in well below his season average for marks, disposals and hit-outs.

https://twitter.com/WA_Police/status/1043391657327120385

https://twitter.com/EliGreenblat/status/1043391663291297792

https://twitter.com/sportsbetcomau/status/1043382788743811072

https://twitter.com/TitusOReily/status/1043386029976121349

https://twitter.com/MrJoshEarl/status/1043382007579865088

“Missing: Melbourne Demons,” the tweet said.

“Were expected at Optus Stadium just after one this afternoon.”

“Seems they have Gawn missing.”

Comedian Merrick Watts tweeted: “I think Melbourne Demons lost this game in the first Quarter…And the second…Then the third. And also the fourth.”

https://twitter.com/MerrickWatts/status/1043400962130542592

Former Victorian wicketkeeper Darren Berry tweeted: “Two horrific prelim finals sadly as both games almost over at 1/4 time and absolutely dusted at half time.”

https://twitter.com/ChuckBerry1969/status/1043381479202377728

Melbourne Demons’ inglorious exit from the AFL’s finals series against West Coast Eagles has seen them quickly become the object of ridicule on social media, with the Western Australia police force leading the charge after accusing them of going ‘missing.’

The Demons were completely blown off the park at Optus Stadium by the high-flying Eagles, with the game effectively over at halftime after the home team led 10.9 (69) to 0.6 (6). It was the first time that Melbourne had been scoreless in a half since 2009.

It was also a sad exit for Melbourne, who had only cemented their first finals appearance in 12 years after beating the Eagles 16.12 (108) to 14.7 (91) just over a month ago. That memory was quickly erased by the home team as they ran away with the match 18.12 (121) to 7.13 (55).

WA Police couldn’t help but have a dig at the visiting team on Twitter, highlighting the performance of star ruckman Max Gawn who came in well below his season average for marks, disposals and hit-outs.

https://twitter.com/WA_Police/status/1043391657327120385

https://twitter.com/EliGreenblat/status/1043391663291297792

https://twitter.com/sportsbetcomau/status/1043382788743811072

https://twitter.com/TitusOReily/status/1043386029976121349

https://twitter.com/MrJoshEarl/status/1043382007579865088

“Missing: Melbourne Demons,” the tweet said.

“Were expected at Optus Stadium just after one this afternoon.”

“Seems they have Gawn missing.”

Comedian Merrick Watts tweeted: “I think Melbourne Demons lost this game in the first Quarter…And the second…Then the third. And also the fourth.”

https://twitter.com/MerrickWatts/status/1043400962130542592

Former Victorian wicketkeeper Darren Berry tweeted: “Two horrific prelim finals sadly as both games almost over at 1/4 time and absolutely dusted at half time.”

https://twitter.com/ChuckBerry1969/status/1043381479202377728 https://ift.tt/2ptifB2
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