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Yarran’s magic goal the key to Carlton’s 44 point victory

chris yarran_carltonCarlton speedster Chris Yarran produced a controversial goal of the year contender to kill off a Richmond comeback as the Blues put aside a sluggish summer to start their AFL season with a bang last Thursday night.

In front of an MCG crowd of 78,285, ruckman Matthew Kreuzer and Bryce Gibbs reminded the Blues what they missed in last year's finals and Yarran showed his class as Carlton won...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 10:31

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Patrick Ryder delivers in Essendon’s win over North Melbourne Kangaroos

patrick ryder_essendonEssendon beat North Melbourne by two points in their AFL season opener on Saturday night, with a shot at goal after the final siren deciding the result.

Kangaroos ruckman Hamish McIntosh took a juggled mark in the last few seconds and his kick from 40m on an angle just missed for a behind, meaning the Bombers won 14.20 (104) to 15.12 (102).

Essendon led by 25 points 10 minutes...

 

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