Bulldogs grab their rookie and cut their AFL betting odds for 2010Posted on 09/12 by T J Dilfer
Weekly Expert Betting Tips - Join our free mailing listThe player, who of County Mayo, is only 19 years old, and has been spending some time in Australia recently, having trained at Whitten Oval. He is currently suffering form an infected foot, but injuries aside, he had impressed the important people during his time at the complex.
Bulldog coach Rodney Eade has eulogised about how O’Shea had settled in to the routine, and what he had gained from his time with the Bulldogs. Talking to Big Pond, Eade said: “It’s a good assimilation for him to see what’s required to play the game as far as the commitment and the fitness levels and skill level.”
“He lived with Will Minson for the two weeks and they got along well.”
“We’ll give him a program, fitness wise and skills wise, and send a ball back with him and then monitor that.”
Eade was also pleased with O’Shea’s maturity during the Irishman’s stay.
The Western Bulldogs are considered to be in good form by footy betting bookies, with a 1.2 mark to be in the top 8 in AFL 2010, according to Betfair.
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