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VFL: Port on top.

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Port Melbourne has jumped to the top of the table after a 23-point win over the Northern Blues in round 12 of the VFL at a chilly Preston City Oval. The Borough was out of the blocks quickly booting four goals to the Blues one in the first quarter and was never headed eventually winning 13.8.86 to 9.9.63.

 Chris Cain and former North Melbourne and Richmond small forward, Robin Nahas, each booted three for the winners while Andrew Gallucci and Luke Russell both kicked two for the Blues. It was the Blue’s fourth loss in-a-row following a strong start to the season and they now sit just inside the top eight.


VFL: Blues move into top four after win over arch rival.

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The Northern Blues have moved into the top four after a hard fought win over arch rival Collingwood in round four of the Peter Jackson VFL at a chilly Victoria Park. The Blues appeared in control for most of the match holding Collingwood to just the two goals by three-quarter-time and a lead of 30 points.

A spirited fight back however by the home side had their loyal fans finding some voice in the final term, as they booted four goals to the Blues one. However it wasn’t enough and the Northern Blues celebrated an AFL/VFL weekend double over their opponents winning 9.5.59 to 6.10.46.

VFL: Coburg's woes continue

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Essendon have continued Coburg's dismal start to the season with a thumping 89-point win in round six of VFL action from Piranha Park. After an even first half the Bombers put on a procession in the second booting 17 goals to four winning 22.18.150 to 9.7.61.


Tom Bellchambers (above) had a day out for the Bombers kicking a game-high six goals with 23 disposals while Ben Howlett (32) and Kyle Langford (35) and two goals figured prominently to be in their side's best.




VFL: Blues too good for Coburg.

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The Northern Blues have proved too much for Coburg in round three of the Peter Jackson VFL at Piranha Park running away in the last quarter to win by 62 points - 21.15.141 to 11.13.79. It was the Vicki Cleary Tribute match, raising awareness in support of violence against women, an issue close to the heart of the Lion's former champion player/coach and VFL legend, Phil Cleary, who tragically lost his sister to domestic violence back in 1987.

An emotional Cleary spoke to the crowd thanking them for their support; he was flanked by 2015 Australian of The Year and prominent campaigner against violence towards women, Rosie Batty. A minute’s silence was then held before the first bounce to remember Vicki and other victims of domestic violence. 

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