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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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Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 10:30

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West Coast Eagles soaring in taming lame Western Bulldogs

josh hillJosh Kennedy deliberately pushed his foot injury to breaking point in the pre-season and the rewards came on Sunday with a seven goal haul in West Coast's 49 point win over Western Bulldogs.

A top four side in 2011, the Eagles began their 2012 AFL campaign by coasting home against the struggling Bulldogs before 24,977 fans at Etihad Stadium.

West Coast led by 13 points at halftime but broke the game open...

 

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