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Melbourne into top eight after crushing Magpies – The Age

Collingwood lost Brody Mihocek in the second quarter when he crashed head-first into the turf after a marking contest. Injury-prone key forward Ben Reid (hamstring) was a casualty early in the third term when he disappeared down the race with Magpies medical staff.
Collingwood welcomed back Scott Pendlebury but even the silky skipper fell into the Magpie malaise of wasting the ball going forward on one occasion.
The Pies had enough of the footy to be right in the hunt they had seven more insid…

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