DA Puzzle of the Round (12)

Discover the world of David Astle here.

But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle?

Two coaches in our cross hairs this week. Amazingly, one coach’s name contains a body part that may painfully observe the verb that lies inside the second coach’s name. Can you identify the anatomy and action of these two game-time honchos?

DA Puzzle (11) solution: Grandstand’s new boundary rider, NEROLI MEADOWS

Comments

  1. The Wrap says:

    Current AFL coaches David? And head honchos, or are assistant coaches included?

  2. Both current [and principal] coaches.

  3. pamela sherpa says:

    eye in Sheedy and rip in Primus ?

  4. Crafty thought, Pamela – but no mixing is needed. Both words sit intact within the coaches’ names.

  5. Andrew Fithall says:

    I believe the the noun is in Mark Neeld and the verb is another word for tear in the Adelaide coach

  6. 1/2 right

  7. Jeff Dowsing says:

    Hard(wick) Nee(ld)

  8. smokie88 says:

    Knee Buckle

  9. Andrew Fithall says:

    I am just glad I didn’t go with my first thought which used the same method as used for knee for Mark Neeld but with Scott Watters. Didn’t think it was correct.

  10. pamela sherpa says:

    Knee fold

  11. Knee rend

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