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Port Adelaide down Western Bulldogs in AFL – Australian Associated Press


Ladder-leaders Port Adelaide produced a stunning surge to overwhelm the Western Bulldogs by 13 points in Monday night’s AFL game.

Port’s ruthless third quarter laid the platform for the 8.7 (55) to 5.12 (42) win at Adelaide Oval.

The victory leaves the Power a win clear atop the table from Brisbane, who meet reigning premiers Richmond on Tuesday night.

The Bulldogs remain eighth and in a mid-ladder jam – they’re equal on premiership points with three…



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