St Kilda vs Gold Coast Suns: AFL live scores

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    St Kilda vs. Gold Coast

    Etihad Stadium
    2013 AFL Premiership August 25, 2013
    St Kilda won by 46 points
    St Kilda Gold Coast
     Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
    Q13220   3321
    Q29559   6541
    Q312981   9660
    Q41714116   101070

    St Kilda will be looking for their first win since Round 13 when they host the Gold Coast Suns at Etihad Stadium this afternoon. We’ll have live scores from 1.10pm AEST.

    They might have eventually gone down by 59 points, but St Kilda’s first half against the reigning Premiers last Sunday at least indicated that Scott Watters’ side are making some steps toward improvement.

    With Fremantle at Etihad Stadium next weekend, today’s game against the Suns represents the probably the last chance for the Saints to enhance their 3-17 record.

    Unsurprisingly, given his young list, Watters has made a number of changes to the side that lost in Sydney last weekend.

    Cameron Shenton, Tom Ledger and Brodie Murdoch have been added onto an extended 25-man squad along with Lenny Hayes, who re-signed for his 16th season at Moorabbin earlier in the week.

    Gold Coast continued what has been an admirable late-season run, pushing Port Adelaide for four quarters at AAMI Stadium last Sunday after leading by nine points at three-quarter time.

    Suns coach Guy McKenna has also made a number of changes to his side, bringing in five players onto an extended bench.

    Gold Coast opened their 2013 campaign with a 13-point win over the Saints in Round 1, when Gary Ablett almost certainly claimed three Brownlow votes with 34 touches and four goals.

    It was the Suns’ first win over the Saints after three previous losses.

    They’ll head to Melbourne confident of picking up a second, although they will have to overcome an Etihad Stadium hoodoo which has seen them fail to win on each of their five previous attempts.

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    Quarter 1
    0' GOAL - Adam Schneider (St Kilda)
    4' BEHIND - Charlie Dixon (Gold Coast)
    8' GOAL - Tim Sumner (Gold Coast)
    12' BEHIND - Rushed (Gold Coast)
    14' GOAL - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    16' GOAL - Stephen Milne (St Kilda)
    19' GOAL - Tim Sumner (Gold Coast)
    20' BEHIND - Stephen Milne (St Kilda)
    21' BEHIND - Stephen Milne (St Kilda)
    25' GOAL - Rory Thompson (Gold Coast)
    28' BEHIND - Rushed (Gold Coast)
    Quarter 2
    3' GOAL - Dion Prestia (Gold Coast)
    4' BEHIND - Brodie Murdoch (St Kilda)
    8' GOAL - Aaron Hall (Gold Coast)
    11' BEHIND - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    13' GOAL - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    16' BEHIND - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    17' GOAL - Leigh Montagna (St Kilda)
    19' BEHIND - Aaron Hall (Gold Coast)
    21' GOAL - Stephen Milne (St Kilda)
    22' GOAL - Leigh Montagna (St Kilda)
    25' GOAL - Tom Hickey (St Kilda)
    26' BEHIND - Tim Sumner (Gold Coast)
    30' GOAL - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    32' GOAL - Charlie Dixon (Gold Coast)
    Quarter 3
    0' GOAL - Jarryn Geary (St Kilda)
    5' BEHIND - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    7' GOAL - Leigh Montagna (St Kilda)
    10' BEHIND - Rushed (St Kilda)
    12' BEHIND - Rushed (St Kilda)
    14' GOAL - Jaeger O'Meara (Gold Coast)
    18' BEHIND - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    20' GOAL - Jack Steven (St Kilda)
    20' BEHIND - Michael Rischitelli (Gold Coast)
    23' GOAL - Jaeger O'Meara (Gold Coast)
    26' GOAL - Tim Sumner (Gold Coast)
    Quarter 4
    0' BEHIND - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    2' BEHIND - Daniel Stanley (Gold Coast)
    3' GOAL - Stephen Milne (St Kilda)
    4' BEHIND - Rushed (Gold Coast)
    6' BEHIND - Leigh Montagna (St Kilda)
    8' GOAL - Nick Dal Santo (St Kilda)
    11' GOAL - Charlie Dixon (Gold Coast)
    13' BEHIND - Rushed (St Kilda)
    15' BEHIND - Rushed (St Kilda)
    17' GOAL - Tom Ledger (St Kilda)
    18' BEHIND - Daniel Stanley (Gold Coast)
    22' GOAL - Stephen Milne (St Kilda)
    24' GOAL - Nick Riewoldt (St Kilda)
    26' BEHIND - Adam Schneider (St Kilda)
    27' BEHIND - Josh Hall (Gold Coast)
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