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Match of the Day

Match of the Day: A grand old time for Tiger faithful

It wasn’t necessarily flashy. But like all the football Richmond has played in 2017, it was incredibly effective.

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Match of the Day: A super start settles it for Adelaide

Adelaide needed a good start to remove any last vestiges of doubt. It got that and then some.

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Match of the Day: A giant-sized performance from GWS

This looked for all the world like a team sick of having its work ethic and commitment questioned. And GWS wasted little time proving its point.

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Match of the Day: Sydney tsunami something to behold

Sydney’s record second quarter of 10.3 was the highlight in a finals demolition of Essendon

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Match of the Day: Finals dicey for Demons as Pies pounce

A nervous wait ahead for Melbourne as Pies pounce at the MCG

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Match of the Day: Powerful stuff from Port makes a point

Port Adelaide had a more important point to make on Saturday than just being part of history

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Match of the Day: Cats’ support cast answer the call

When Geelong has disappointed almost inevitably the discussion has centred around the Cats’ dependence on their very best players. What better test of the support cast then, than to remove those players from the equation?

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Match of the Day: Bombers and Blues serve up another memorable bout

Carlton has long been out of finals contention, Essendon is still very much in the mix, but no supporter of either club at the MCG on Saturday could confidently know how this clash would turn out.

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Match of the Day: Port pulls out of the fire a game won, lost, then won again

Cream rises to the top, they say. It certainly did at Adelaide Oval on Saturday, when Port Adelaide, won, lost, then won again a critical two-point win over a desperate but ultimately denied St Kilda.

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Match of the Day: Dons’ late delivery finally deals with spirited “Joeys”

Essendon is back in the top eight after a late surge against North Melbourne. But the Bombers will need to play a lot better to stay there.

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