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Late change for Dogs

The Western Bulldogs have made a late change for their preliminary final with St Kilda at the MCG on Saturday night.
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Thompson: Era not over

Geelong coach Mark Thompson insists the Cats' era of domination is not over and the club's premiership window remains open despite Friday night's heavy preliminary final loss to Collingwood.
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Magpies sitting pretty

A relieved Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse expects to have a full list to choose from for next week's AFL grand final with Luke Ball's hamstring injury thought to be nothing more serious than cramp.
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Davis out for Pies

Veteran forward Leon Davis is a surprise late withdrawal from the Collingwood line-up for Friday night's cut-throat preliminary final against Geelong at the MCG.
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Crow Armstrong four times limit

Youngster Tony Armstrong has left Adelaide 'bitterly disappointed' for being caught more than four times over the legal limit and then failing to immediately inform the club.
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Headland proud of career

Retiring Fremantle veteran Des Headland has declared he's proud of his career, saying no stone was left unturned despite a horrific run with injury over the past three seasons.
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Carlton Report Card

The Blues did better than most expected by making the top eight in 2010. They fell short of their goal of winning a final, but they're entitled to regard that as next year's bottom line.
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Hawthorn Report Card

Hawthorn showed that it was capable of matching it with the premier sides in the competition with a barnstorming run into the finals that included a seven-game winning streak from Round 8 to 14.
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Morris a near certainty

Western Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade says only an adverse recovery from Friday's final training session will stop defender Dale Morris lining up against St Kilda in Saturday night's preliminary final.
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As you were for prelims

Speculation about personnel changes ahead of this weekend's AFL preliminary finals has come to nought with three clubs, Collingwood, Geelong and St Kilda announcing unchanged line-ups.
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Lyon: No excuses

The Saints have ticked all the boxes and nothing's been left to chance heading into Saturday's preliminary final against the Western Bulldogs, according to St Kilda coach Ross Lyon.
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Wellingham looks likely

Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse says all signs point towards Simon Prestigiacomo and Sharrod Wellingham being recalled for Friday night's Preliminary Final against Geelong.
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Knights stays a Crow

Adelaide star forward Chris Knights has signed a new deal with the club, agreeing to a new contract upon returning from an overseas trip.
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North Melbourne Report Card

New coach Brad Scott has already labeled 2010 a failure because the club missed the finals for the second year in a row, but the improvement of many of the club's youngsters has many Roos fans excited for the future.
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Port Adelaide Report Card

The Power showed plenty of promise under the revamped game-plan of Matthew Primus, winning five of the final seven games of the season.
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Brennan quits Brisbane

Jared Brennan has played his last match for Brisbane with manager Tom Petroro confirming he has requested an early release from his contract with the Lions.
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Brown excited for new challenge

2008 Hawthorn premiership player Campbell Brown says the 'challenge' of being part of a new club helped convince him to join the Gold Coast Suns.
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Ling: Past means nought

Cameron Ling believes Collingwood's failure to advance beyond a preliminary final in the past three seasons will count for little when the Cats and Pies meet on Friday night.
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Adelaide Report Card

With Adelaide failing to make the finals for the first time under Craig's reign and losing three times in one season to cross-town rival Port Adelaide, the Crows will no doubt look to put the season behind them.
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Melbourne Report Card

After back-to-back wooden spoons Melbourne emerged in 2010 as one of the most exciting teams of the future.
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