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Taberner leads Dockers to upset AFL win – Australian Associated Press

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Collingwood’s premiership credentials have taken another big hit after they slumped to a shock 12-point AFL loss to Fremantle at Optus Stadium.

Dockers forward Matt Taberner booted four goals and Caleb Serong (24 disposals, nine clearances) starred in the midfield to lift their side to the 10.1 (61) to 7.7 (49) win on Sunday in front of 20,912 fans.

The result saw Collingwood drop to 10th on the ladder with just four wins and a draw from nine games.



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NRL 2020: Phil Gould blows up over three bunker calls in Dragons win over Eels – NEWS.com.au

NRL 2020: Phil Gould blows up over three bunker calls in Dragons win over Eels

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Rugby league great Phil Gould has taken aim at the NRLs bunker, pointing out a series of baffling calls as the St George Illawarra Dragons defeated the Parramatta Eels 14-12. At a soaked Bankwest Stadium, the Dragons sent departing coach Paul McGregor out a winner in incredible scenes.
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Naden calls out alleged racism in NRL game – Australian Associated Press

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NRL chief executive Andrew Abdo has promised bans for anyone found to have racially abused players after a group of spectators were marched from Central Coast Stadium on Friday night.

Eight people were ejected from the match in Gosford for allegedly racially abusing Penrith winger Brent Naden.

The 24-year-old Naden told club staff the abuse was persistent and he was shaken by the behaviour, which came to a head towards the end of the first half of the…



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Panthers make club history with NRL win – Australian Associated Press

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Penrith have shot to the top of the NRL ladder with a club record ninth victory in a row after they overcame the gritty Warriors 18-12 in Gosford.

In miserable conditions on Friday evening, the Warriors were valiant as the Panthers showed enough class to finish the match in the midst of a milestone-making season.

“Our history is over 50 years, so it’s a pretty nice feather in the cap but that’s probably all it is, but it’s definitely not easy to do in…



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