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Double fault! Pies‘ horror week in WA ends in disastrous Dockers upset – Fox Sports

Fremantle has caused one of the biggest upsets in 2020 after defeating premiership fancies Collingwood at Optus Stadium on Sunday.

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Collingwood snatched back the lead on the stroke of three-quarter time after a strong burst of three goals, but it was all Fremantle in the last term as Nat Fyfe led his team to victory.
The Dockers booted four goals to one to run out winners by 12-points, ending a horror 48 hours for Collingwood.
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TEAMS: Big Bombers out, gun Sun dropped – AFL

Gold Coast and Essendon have named their teams for Wednesday night’s clash

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ESSENDON has opted to rest dual All-Australian defender Michael Hurley from Wednesday night’s must-win clash with Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium. 
Hurley, who had played every other match this season, joins two-game ruckman Sam Draper in being managed, while Jacob Townsend (concussion) will also miss the Suns game. 
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Marty Gleeson, Tom Bellchambers and Dylan Clarke return for the Bombers, who named Jordan Ridley (ribs) despite him being in doubt after leaving the field…

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Dragons select Norman for Eels’ NRL clash – Australian Associated Press

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St George Illawarra have recalled Corey Norman for Friday’s NRL match against Parramatta in a game which could be Paul McGregor’s last as Dragons coach.

The Dragons are reportedly set to discuss McGregor’s future at a board meeting next Tuesday.

A win over the third-placed Eels could grant McGregor a stay of execution and he’s turned to Norman a week after dropping the Queensland State of Origin representative for the game against Sydney…



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Supercars confirms no midweek races for second Darwin event – Speedcafe

Supercars has confirmed the second event in the Darwin double-header at Hidden Valley Raceway will not be a midweek affair

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Hidden Valley Raceway will host Supercars on successive weekends
Supercars has confirmed the second event in the Darwin double-header at Hidden Valley Raceway will not be a midweek affair.
Until today, the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint has not had a firm date attached to it after Supercars delayed its double-header in Darwin.
The forthcoming BetEady Darwin Triple Crown will take place this weekend on August 15-16 while the Darwin SuperSprint that follows has today been confirmed for August 22-…

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