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Pies In Print: Friday 23 May

May 23, 2014 9:34 AM

Celebrate Dayne Beams' 100th senior game with a look at a snapshot of his greatest moments.
Dayne Beams is in the headlines as he approaches his 100th senior game.

Dayne Beams is in the headlines as he approaches his 100th senior game.

Every morning during 2014 home and away season, will publish ‘Pies in Print’, which will keep Magpie supporters informed on what is being written about what the club in the major newspapers around the country.

Magpie Beams reveals ‘dark time’ he went through with recurring injury
The Age – 23/5/14

“Dayne Beams admits the third time he injured his quadriceps muscle, he started worrying about his AFL career.”

Collingwood recalls Brown in bid to stymie West Coast’s tall forwards
The Age – 23/5/14

“Collingwood has turned to one of its premiership heroes, recalling key defender Nathan Brown for Saturday’s match-up against West Coast at the MCG.”

Footy’s toughest species is on the verge of extinction
Herald Sun – 23/5/14

Dermott Brereton
“Ball is a warrior. Like Hayes, age has taken him down the ratings list of effective midfielders. He plays fourth fiddle in Collingwood’s best midfield team these days and that could be fifth soon with Steele Sidebottom’s development.”

Seven up Giants
Herald Sun – 23/5/14

Sam Landsberger
“Collingwood finally recalled key defender Nathan Brown , along with Alex Fasolo, for tomorrow’s clash with West Coast.”

Dayne Beams at last
Herald Sun – 23/5/14

“Dayne Beams says he started worrying about his career the third time he injured his quadriceps muscle.”

Simpson wants a Magpie feather in his cap after failing big tests
The Australian – 23/5/14

Greg Denham
“New West Coast coach Adam Simpson is hoping to make a point against Collingwood at the MCG tomorrow after failing in all contests against quality opposition this year.”

View the entire Pies In Print archive from season 2014.