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Rioli stunning as Hawthorn belt Essendon

afl cyril_rioliHawthorn skipper Luke Hodge kicked five goals in a triumphant return from a knee injury but it was Cyril Rioli who captured the imagination of the crowd in a stunning performance as the Hawks demoralised Essendon with a 94 point win on Friday night.

Playing his first AFL game since May 5, Hodge had 16 possessions and six marks after being sent forward by coach Alastair Clarkson, who subbed his...

 

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Coach praises consistency as Thomas stars in Kangaroos win over Melbourne

afl north_melbourne's_lindsay_thomasNorth Melbourne coach Brad Scott praised his side's growing consistency after a commanding 54 point AFL victory over Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

The 19.13 (127) to 11.7 (73) victory was the Kangaroos' sixth win from their past seven games and continues North's recent dominance of Melbourne in which they have claimed the honours in the past ten...

 

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