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Buddy kicks another four and then rests in 161 point victory

cyril-rioliLance Franklin was given an early rest as Hawthorn cruised to a near record 162 point AFL win over Greater Western Sydney at the MCG on Sunday.

The Hawks won 28.25 (193) to 4.7 (31), including a 17.14 to 2.3 second half in what will prove a hugely valuable percentage booster in the tight battle for top four spots.

While the Hawks are still only fifth, they are just a game behind the top four sides...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:30

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Carlton back on track

carlton eddie_bettsAfter a week dominated by headlines about coach Brett Ratten's shaky hold on his job, Carlton reacted in grand style with an upset 23 point AFL win over arch-rivals Collingwood on Friday night.

The emotion-charged Blues led at every change and overcame injury setbacks to score just their second victory in eight games, winning 12.13 (85) to 8.14 (62) in front of 75,755 fans at the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:29

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