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  2. TIMES Sport MELBOURNE D[?] Committed Demons pip Saints by a point

    MELBOURNE: A more committed Melbourne pipped St Kilda by a point in a nail-biting finish at Moorabbin yesterday to win 17.9 (III) to 16.14(110). ...

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  4. To play or not to play, that's Deeble's question

    Tuggeranong Valley's Geoff Deeble faces a dilemma over where he is needed most in the ACT Australian Football League. ...

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  5. North falls to yet another top club

    MELBOURNE: North Melbourne's inability to match strides with the top AFL sides was again underlined yesterday against ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Daicos makes the difference

    MELBOURNE: Collingwood had to rely on some vintage Peter Daicos magic to record a hard-fought 13-point Australian Football League win over Fitzroy at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Jarman and Williams the game-breakers

    ADELAIDE: Duelling centremen Andrew Jarraan and Greg Williams appear to hold the key to the Australian Football League game today between ...

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  8. Wingman key in Eagles win over Magpies

    ADELAIDE: Brilliant wingman Andrew Payze was in superb form yesterday for the South Australian National Football League's new club, the Eagles, in their courageous 17-point win over reigning premier Port Adelaide ...

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  9. Hawks swoop in for last-gasp victory number two

    MELBOURNE: Hawthorn, for the second week running, recorded a last gasp victory yesterday when it defeated Richmond by six points in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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