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Jetta leads Sydney Swans to top of the table with 4 goals

lewis jettaSydney retained top spot on the AFL table and snapped West Coast's 18 game winning streak at Patersons Stadium in Perth with an impressive 52 point triumph on Sunday.

Swans speedster Lewis Jetta booted four goals, while midfielders Ryan O'Keefe (39 possessions), Dan Hannebery (42) and Kieren Jack (29) starred as Sydney's frenetic pressure helped lift them to the 18.13 (121) to 10.9 (69) triumph in front of...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:52

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Bennell’s treble, Hunt’s last gives Gold Coast upset Richmond victory

harley bennellCode-hopper Karmichael Hunt has produced his finest AFL moment, goaling after the siren to hand Gold Coast a stunning upset win over Richmond in Cairns.

It was a remarkable finish which featured a wonderful pass by Brandon Matera to Hunt that set him up for his match-winning goal.

Harley Bennell also turned into another star studded performance and this time his efforts were rewarded with this...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:41

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