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Franklin hopes his best AFL is yet to come

 

AFL clubs, consider yourself warned: Lance Franklin is only just getting warmed up. The Sydney superstar is hoping his best is yet to come after matching his previous season high five goals against Port Adelaide last Saturday. Feeding off the Swans' biggest SCG crowd since 1997, Franklin's run of majors in the second half proved a game changer. Three sensational final quarter kicks, including a long range “Hail Mary” from 60 metres out, helped quell a fast finishing Power and hand his side their eighth successive win. "I...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 18:43

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James Roberts believes his sacking from Penrith Panthers has turned out to be a blessing in disguise

 

James Roberts was a shattered man at the time of his sacking from Penrith and while he holds no grudges against his former club, he has labelled his move to the Gold Coast as a blessing in disguise. Roberts, who played his first game for the Titans on Monday night, has broken his silence after he was axed by the Panthers in March following an alcohol-fuelled off field misdemeanour during the preseason. The talented 21 year old said he owed a lot to Panthers General Manager, Phil Gould and club welfare officer, Glen Liddiard...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 18:42

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