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Swans smash the Giants in Sydney’s local derby

afl leroy_jettaSydney were boosted into the top four on the back of some flying starts but in Saturday night's AFL derby it was a ruthless second half that underlined their 94 point win over cross-town rivals Greater Western Sydney.

The Giants did something Geelong couldn't manage last week - reining in the Swans' early momentum to trail by only 14 points at quarter time.

An upset was still achievable at...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:57

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Ryder goal barrage leads the way for Essendon’s win over Bulldogs

essendon jettaCentre half forward Michael Hurley gave another dominant display with a five goal haul but it was the first quarter barrage of goals led by Patrick Ryder that ultimately proved the undoing as Essendon coasted to an 84 point win over the Western Bulldogs in their AFL round 14 clash on Saturday night.

Hurley kicked a career best six goals last week in a win over Fremantle and was in excellent touch...

 

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