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Pies re-sign key trio

Things continue to get better for ladder leaders Collingwood with three key players all re-signing with the club on Monday.
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Power switched on

Port Adelaide interim coach Matthew Primus has applauded his side's ability to turn in a hard-fought, four-quarter performance, claiming it was decisive in the Power's 19-point victory over the Crows at AAMI Stadium on Sunday.
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Tough Dogs in top four

Western Bulldogs' coach Rodney Eade says his club proved its mental toughness by ending one of the most difficult weeks in its history by thrashing Fremantle to claim a top four spot.
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Harvey: Inexperience cost us

Fremantle coach Mark Harvey admitted his side was smashed physically by the Western Bulldogs in Sunday's top four showdown at Etihad Stadium but believes his side's immaturity had much to do with the lopsided result.
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Scott blasts AFL dallying

North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has taken aim at the AFL after he was forced to replace an injured Daniel Wells with third emergency David Hale, after he'd played a full game for North Ballarat in the VFL just hours earlier.
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West Coast besieged

West Coast coach John Worsfold has revealed his young side was simply overwhelmed by Carlton's quality in the second half as the Blues registered their ninth win of the season in a 26-point result on Saturday night.
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Knights thanks charges

Essendon coach Matthew Knights has declared unwavering support for his players after they responded to a testing few weeks at Windy Hill with a thrilling three-point win over North Melbourne.
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No Port spoon fear

Power caretaker coach Matthew Primus has acknowledged the threat of finishing this season with the wooden spoon is alive, but promised he would be doing everything he can to ensure Port Adelaide avoid finishing last.
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Hardwick: No excuses

There were no complaints and no excuses from Richmond coach Damien Hardwick after Saturday's 82-point drubbing by Collingwood at the MCG.
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Cats' July best

Geelong coach Mark Thompson said his Cats played the best game they have in the past month after they crushed Brisbane by 10 goals on Saturday afternoon.
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Mick builds flag squad

Collingwood may sit atop the AFL ladder unbeaten for seven matches, but that won't prevent coach Mick Malthouse from tinkering with his line-up in the build-up to September.
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Voss finds positives

Brisbane coach Michael Voss was pleased with the improvement shown by his side in the Lions' loss to Geelong on Saturday afternoon.
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Lyon makes do with two

St Kilda coach Ross Lyon has praised his side's never-say-die attitude after it clinched a draw with Hawthorn thanks to a goal from Ben McEvoy with 12 seconds to play.
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Bench penalty too harsh

Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson believes the penalty for interchange infringements is too harsh after his side had to settle for a draw with St Kilda after it looked set to take a 13-point lead with two minutes left.
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Primus swings the axe

Port Adelaide interim coach Matthew Primus has swung the axe ahead of this weekend's Showdown against the Crows making six changes from the side that lost to the Western Bulldogs last week in Darwin.
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Hasleby to miss

General soreness has cost Fremantle the services of veteran midfielder Paul Hasleby for Sunday's crunch clash with the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium.
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Bomber's season over

A problematic first season at Windy Hill has ended prematurely for Essendon goalsneak Mark Williams.
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No grudge with Tigers

Collingwood captain Nick Maxwell is confident that none of the spite generated by the club's most recent encounter with Richmond will be carried into Saturday's match at the MCG.
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Aker had his chances

Western Bulldogs captain Brad Johnson has responded to Jason Akermanis' claims he devised a player revolt that led to the Brownlow Medallist's sacking.
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It's the Gold Coast Suns

The AFL's newest team will be known as the Gold Coast Suns after the club unveiled its new guernsey, nickname and theme song at the official launch on Thursday night.
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