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Essendon are taking a risk versus reward approach with Conor McKenna, who is in the mix to make his AFL return against Collingwood on Friday night.

The Irishman is free to face the Magpies after a one-match ban for breaching AFL coronavirus protocols – which he served by missing Saturday’s loss to Carlton while in quarantine after his positive COVID-19 test. 

McKenna trained by himself earlier in the week and was poised to join Essendon’s full group on…



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Warriors put Manly in top-eight trouble – Australian Associated Press

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Manly’s finals hopes have taken a serious hit after they fell short of a late NRL comeback against the Warriors, going down 26-22 at Lottoland on Friday.

In a brutal night for the Sea Eagles, they lost both Martin Taupau and Addin Fonua-Blake mid-match after starting without both second-rowers.

Once among the competition’s front-runners, Manly have now lost five of their past seven since Tom Trbojevic’s hamstring let him down in round six.

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Formula One rocked by bombshell penalty for Racing Point over imitating Mercedes – Fox Sports

Formula One team Racing Point have been handed a 15-point deduction and fined heavily after being found guilty of copying a part of Mercedes’ title-winning car from 2019.

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Racing Point legally powered by a Mercedes engine and using some of that teams parts including the cars suspension has been widely termed the pink Mercedes over its obvious similarity to the car design of the dominant Silver Arrows from last season.
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Banned: Tribunal throws book at Demon for dangerous tackle – AFL

Melbourne’s Alex Neal-Bullen will miss the next four games for the sling tackle that concussed Adelaide’s Will Hamill

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MELBOURNE forward Alex Neal-Bullen has been rubbed out for four games, with the AFL Tribunal coming down hard on a sling tackle that concussed Adelaide youngster Will Hamill on Wednesday night.
Neal-Bullen pinned one of Hamill’s arms while slinging him into the turf, with the first-year Crows player groggily coming from the field where he was unable to return to the game after suffering a concussion.
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