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North Melbourne vs Brisbane Lions: AFL live scores

27th May, 2012

Live Scores

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North Melbourne vs. Brisbane

Etihad Stadium
2012 AFL Premiership Season May 27, 2012
North Melbourne won by 16 points
North Melbourne Brisbane
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q16440   3220
Q213886   5434
Q315898   11672
Q41710112   15696
Teams

North Melbourne


B: Levi Greenwood, Scott Thompson, Luke Delaney
HB: Shaun Atley, Michael Firrito, Nathan Grima
C: Daniel Wells, Andrew Swallow, Jamie Macmillan
HF: Ryan Bastinac, Aaron Edwards, Leigh Adams
F: Ben Cunnington, Drew Petrie, Kieran Harper
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Brent Harvey
I/C: Lindsay Thomas, Ben Warren, Cruize Garlett, Samuel Wright, Aaron Black, Cameron Delaney, Cameron Pedersen

In: Aaron Edwards, Cruize Garlett, Samuel Wright, Aaron Black
Out: Brad McKenzie

Milestones: Lindsay Thomas – 100 games

Brisbane Lions

B: Ashley McGrath, Matt Maguire, Josh Drummond
HB: Jed Adcock, Joel Patfull, Mitchell Golby
C: Pearce Hanley, Tom Rockliff, Daniel Rich
HF: Rohan Bewick, Jonathan Brown, Jack Redden
F: Joshua Green, Daniel Merrett, James Polkinghorne
Foll: Billy Longer, Simon Black, Andrew Raines
I/C: James Hawksley, Aaron Cornelius, Jared Polec, Patrick Karnezis, Ryan Lester, Dayne Zorko, Elliot Yeo

In: James Hawksley, Aaron Cornelius, Elliot Yeo

New: Elliot Yeo (East Fremantle (WA))

First Bounce: 1.10pm AEST
Venue: Etihad Stadium
Last time: North Melbourne 17.20 (122) d Brisbane Lions 11.11 (77)
Betting: $1.25 North Melbourne, $4 Brisbane
TV: Fox Footy (Live)
27th May, 2012
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After an embarrassing fourth quarter fadeout last week, North Melbourne will look to return to the winners list against the Brisbane Lions. We’ll have live scores from 1.10pm AEST.

A loss to Port Adelaide was the last thing the Roos needed last weekend, but when they weren’t able to finish the Power off, momentum quickly swung.

North were two-point losers, with Drew Petrie’s five goals being the club’s standout individual performance.

They now risk dropping out of top eight contention, sitting in 12th place with only three wins to their name.

Brisbane had a confidence-boosting win last week, demolishing the GWS Giants by 92 points.

Daniel Merrett was the talking point due to his seven-goal haul, five of which came in the first quarter.

The Lions are 14th on the ladder and have three wins to their name. That’s only one win short of their tally from last season.

Ben Warren, Cameron Pederson and Brad McKenzie are North’s omissions following last week’s disaster. Aaron Edwards is the biggest inclusion.

Petrie’s 17 goals puts him as the club’s leading goal kicker this season. Andrew Swallow leads the possession count.

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Aaron Cornelius and debutant Elliot Yeo come in for Brisbane.

Merrett has been the leading goal scorer for them with 14. Tom Rockliff has won the footy the most often.