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Buddy’s on track for another Coleman Medal with 4 goals

afl lance_franklinHawthorn's Lance Franklin has strengthened his claims for a third Coleman Medal as a dispirited Carlton's AFL finals hopes sank further with a 18.12 (120) to 10.10 (70) loss at the MCG on Friday night.

Franklin finished with four goals and set up several others as the Hawks pulled steadily away in the first half, then buried the Blues with a six goals to one third term.

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 July 2012 11:57

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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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