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2014

Coach: Paul Roos
Captains: Jack Grimes and Nathan Jones
Finishing Position: 17th
Best and Fairest: Nathan Jones
Leading Goalkicker: Chris Dawes - 20
Best Young Player: Dom Tyson
Major Sponsor: Automative Holdings Group
Members: 35,802
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Matches Ladder Playing List Best and Fairest Tribunal VFL Drafts and Trading


In addition to co-captains Grimes and Jones, the leadership group consisted of Mitch Clark, James Frawley, Colin Garland and ex-captain Jack Trengove.

For the first time the pre-season competition was not played to determine an overall winner. The AFL deemed that the first two games of the NAB Challenge would count as matches for the purpose of league life membership and total games.

On Tuesday 8 April Mitch Clark retired as he battled clinical depression. After his retirement and the season ending foot injury to Jack Trengove the two were replaced in the team's leadership group by Chris Dawes, Lynden Dunn and Daniel Cross. Clark made a comeback at the end of the year and was traded to Geelong in a three team swap which gained the Demons Collingwood premiership player Heritier Lumumba.

For the ninth consecutive season Melbourne lost in Round 1, this time against fellow wooden-spoon contenders St Kilda, and a supposedly 'easy' early draw saw them suffer their biggest loss of the season against West Coast in Round 2 then register another defeat against 2013 wooden spooners Greater Western Sydney the next week.

The first win of the season came against Carlton in Round 5, an unexpected win against Adelaide in Round 7 was their first in South Australia since 2001. In the nine games from their first win the Demons played their best football since 2011, never kicking large scores but proving a much improved defensive unit compared to 2012 and 2013.

After their one point win against Essendon in Round 13 the Demons were 4-8 with a percentage of 78.5, but they failed to win another match in the final 10 games of the year. Despite a lower average score than 2013 they had enjoyed a significant percentage boost compared to that year due to strong defensive efforts - but a number of large defeats in the last few weeks of the year saw them end with a percentage of 68.4.

The membership figure of 35,802 was the third highest in the club's history.

NAB Challenge

Opposition
Result
Richmond WIN
Geelong LOSS

Practice Match

Opposition
Result
Hawthorn LOSS

Premiership Season

Round
Opposition
Result
1 St Kilda LOSS
2 West Coast LOSS
3 Greater Western Sydney LOSS
4 Carlton WIN
5 Gold CoastLOSS
6 Sydney LOSS
7 Adelaide WIN
8 Western BulldogsLOSS
9 Richmond WIN
10 BYE
11 Port Adelaide LOSS
12 Collingwood LOSS
13 Essendon WIN
14 North Melbourne LOSS
15 Western Bulldogs LOSS
16 Fremantle LOSS
17 Geelong LOSS
18 Port Adelaide LOSS
19 Brisbane Lions LOSS
20 Hawthorn LOSS
21 Greater Western Sydney LOSS
22 West Coast LOSS
23 North Melbourne LOSS

Ladder

WDL%P
Sydney 1705142.968
Hawthorn 1705140.868
Geelong 1705113.868
Fremantle 1606130.464
Port Adelaide1408129.956
North Melbourne1408117.056
Essendon1219106.350
Richmond12010105.848
West Coast 11011116.944
Adelaide11011114.144
Collingwood1101194.144
Gold Coast1001293.740
Carlton711489.730
Western Bulldogs701581.928
Brisbane Lions701569.328
Greater Western Sydney601676.724
Melbourne 401868.416
St Kilda401860.816

Senior List

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NumberPlayerGamesGoals
1 Jesse Hogan 00
2 Nathan Jones 227
3 Christian Salem 126
4 Jack Watts 2213
5 Jimmy Toumpas 42
6 Chris Dawes 1820
7 Jack Viney 205
8 James Frawley 2115
9 Jack Trengove 20
10 Shannon Byrnes 6 5
11 Mitch Clark 00
12 Dom Tyson 2216
13 Jordie McKenzie 90
14 Lynden Dunn 224
15 Mitch Clisby 00
16 Dean Kent 1312
17 Sam Blease 21
18 Daniel Cross 171
19 James Strauss 00
20 Colin Garland 141
21 Cameron Pedersen 1914
22 Viv Michie 60
23 Bernie Vince 2213
24 Jay Kennedy-Harris 149
25 Tom McDonald 212
26 Daniel Nicholson 10
27 Aidan Riley 93
29 Jayden Hunt 00
31 Jack Grimes 183
32 Michael Evans 31
33 Dom Barry 50
35 Luke Tapscott 31
37 Max Gawn 94
38 Jeremy Howe 225
40 Mark Jamar 177
42 Jake Spencer 50
44 Rohan Bail 2110
45 Matt Jones 203
46 Dean Terlich 152
48 Jack Fitzpatrick 54

Rookie List

NumberPlayerGamesGoals
39 Neville Jetta 161
41 Alex Georgiou 70
43 James Harmes 0 0
47 Max King 00

Best and Fairest

PlayerVotes
1 Nathan Jones 311
2 Dom Tyson 293
3 Bernie Vince 270
4 Lynden Dunn 264
5 Daniel Cross 238
6 Jeremy Howe 220
7 Tom McDonald 212
8 James Frawley 192
9 Neville Jetta 191
10 Jack Watts 185
11 Jack Viney 180
12 Rohan Bail 139
13 Matt Jones 129
14 Jack Grimes 124
15 Cameron Pedersen 118
16 Chris Dawes 113
17 Mark Jamar 109
18 Dean Terlich 96
19 Colin Garland 95
20 Dean Kent 64
21 Jay Kennedy-Harris 56
22 Jordie McKenzie
Max Gawn
49
24 Jake Spencer 36
25 Alex Georgiou 34
26 Aidan Riley 30
27 Christian Salem 27
28 Viv Michie 22
29 Shannon Byrnes 18
30 Jimmy Toumpas 17
31 Jack Fitzpatrick 12
32 Jack Trengove
Luke Tapscott
8
34 Dom Barry 3
35 Daniel Nicholson
Michael Evans
Sam Blease
0

Tribunal

RoundPlayerChargeSanction
Round 3 Bernie Vince Umpire contact $1950 fine
Round 6 Alex Georgiou Striking Reprimand
Round 7 Jack Viney Rough Conduct Not Guilty
Round 9 Chris Dawes Striking 1 match
Round 14 Jordie McKenzie Striking 1 match
Round 15 Neville Jetta Rough Conduct 1 match
Round 22 Nathan Jones Umpire contact $1950 fine
Round 23 Jordie McKenzie Umpire contact $900 fine
Round 23 Chris Dawes Striking 1 match

VFL

2014 Casey Scorpions season
5 wins, 0 draws, 13 losses, 15th place
Best and Fairest - Max Gawn

Tribunal

RoundPlayerChargeSanction
Round 3 Bernie Vince Umpire contact $1950 fine
Round 6 Alex Georgiou Striking Reprimand
Round 7 Jack Viney Rough Conduct Not Guilty
Round 9 Chris Dawes Striking 1 match
Round 14 Jordie McKenzie Striking 1 match
Round 15 Neville Jetta Rough Conduct 1 match
Round 22 Nathan Jones Umpire contact $1950 fine
Round 23 Jordie McKenzie Umpire contact $900 fine
Round 23 Chris Dawes Striking 1 match

Drafts and Trading

2014 Draft

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