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Motlop magic does it for Cats

Steven Motlop's brilliance proved the difference as Geelong rallied in the last term for a pulsating nine point AFL win over Essendon.

Motlop kicked two outstanding last quarter goals in the 13.11 (89) to 11.14 (80) win on Friday night at Etihad Stadium.

The agonising loss capped a tough day for Essendon, who were in the Federal Court last week to start their legal proceedings against ASADA.

There were four lead changes in the final term before Motlop sharked the pack brilliantly and put his team ahead. Tom Hawkins...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 08:36

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Chambers to debut as Queensland try to prevent Origin whitewash

Storm centre Will Chambers will finally make his State of Origin debut after being named in the Queensland side for the third State of Origin match against New South Wales at Suncorpo Stadium next Wednesday bringing Queensland's Indigenous contingent to five.

The brilliant Melbourne Storm centre has been in superb form this season and was considered likely to be named in the squad. The task was made easier for coach, Mal Meninga with the loss of Brent Tate with a knee injury freeing up a wing position.

Chambers will likely...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 08:35

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