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Rioli’s family tragedy proves a motivation for haul of six goals

cyril rioliHawthorn's star forwards Cyril Rioli and Lance Franklin combined for 11 goals as Hawthorn scored a vital 35 point AFL win over St Kilda at the MCG on Saturday.

The Hawks stormed home in the last term on Saturday night with five goals to one and won 18.15 (123) to 13.10 (88).

Franklin kicked 5.6 and Rioli, who is mourning the death of his uncle Sebastian, lit up the game in the first half and finished...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 11:40

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Jetta’s heroics not enough to save Swans from Crows

lewis jettajpgA five goal haul from Adelaide key forward Taylor Walker lifted his AFL side to a nail biting five point upset of Sydney at the SCG on Saturday night.

Lewis Jetta played his best game for the previously unbeaten Swans but couldn't find a match winner in the dying stages as his team staged an audacious late fightback without the services of co-captain Adam Goodes.

Sydney had another roll of the...

 

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