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Summary today

And that, as they say when they are very obvious, right? We started the day with the Hawks, climbing a tie with the Greater Western Sydney after losing 13 points with just minutes to go.

It’s unlikely, fun, really stupid. This design goal was one of the most dangerous, most unlikely, accidental scores. But there he was. Two draws in two weeks for GWS, after last week with Geelong, something no club has achieved since Carlton in 1921.

That was the closest things are going to spend the day in the AFL. Essendon comfortably prevailed in Collingwood, Sydney broke the Gold Coast, St Kilda broke Richmond, Geelong broke the lions.

The rugby union gave us our other draw, with others sharing the Lions game and the series with the All Blacks. Awesome them. While in the rugby league, the Panthers and Sea Eagles had a fairly tight game, while the eels have sealed a victory over the storm.

The storm is still a clear game at the top, however, and a clear Manly fourth game. Eels make it to the seventh, the Panthers are a game in the eighth.

In the AFL, the swans are up to seventh position, but the west coast or Melbourne could repel. Richmond remains fourth, fifth St Kilda as a percentage – Saints do not have enough earned enough to drop this deficit.

But it is at 1.3%. Puerto could also skip both sides with a win tomorrow. Geelong is a game and a third clear half, passing the first two by two points. But they passed Hawthorn next week. Brisbane is still past.

We will return tomorrow, another in the afternoon when exercising too much sport is barely adequate. And now, goodbye.
Geelong has reached the highest score of the season with the last goal, and would have appreciated the starting stroke. A bit like Gold Coast to Sydney, lions grabbed there during the first quarter, but could not keep up the pace once the foot was broken.

Hawkins hit 4 while Parsons Blicavs and Danger all have launched 3. Mitch Duncan also had 38 Stats and have had 3 Brownlow votes if his partner was not stolen. Lachie Henderson had 27 rebounds off the defense.

For the lions, Zorko nailed four goals and 36 keys, Bastinac 3 goals.

The closing image of the night is presided over by Tom Lonergan after his 200th game, with Duncan for his 150th.

Goals for Dangerfield! Yes, in the plural. Take two in the last two minutes to finish the night with three to his name. He moves forward to mark the passage of Buzza, then returns to Mark instead of Mackie. The launch of both. Goals, not teammates.

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