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Western Bulldogs vs Brisbane Lions: AFL live scores

23rd June, 2012

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Western Bulldogs vs. Brisbane

Etihad Stadium
2012 AFL Premiership Season June 23, 2012
Brisbane won by 58 points
Western Bulldogs Brisbane
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q12315   6137
Q25636   8553
Q351040   12577
Q471456   186114
Teams

Western Bulldogs


B: Dylan Addison, Mark Austin, Easton Wood
HB: Robert Murphy, Brian Lake, Christian Howard
C: Daniel Cross, Matthew Boyd, Mitchell Wallis
HF: Ryan Griffen, Liam Jones, Luke Dahlhaus
F: Tory Dickson, Ayce Cordy, Adam Cooney
Foll: Tom Campbell, Liam Picken, Clay Smith
I/C: Daniel Giansiracusa, Shaun Higgins, Jordan Roughead, Thomas Liberatore

Emg: Lindsay Gilbee, Ryan Hargrave, Nathan Djerrkura

In: Tom Campbell
Out: William Minson (Suspension)

New: Tom Campbell (Bendigo Bombers)

Brisbane Lions

B: Josh Drummond, Matt Maguire, Ryan Harwood
HB: Joel Patfull, Niall McKeever, Jed Adcock
C: Mitchell Golby, Daniel Rich, Pearce Hanley
HF: Simon Black, Jonathan Brown, Rohan Bewick
F: James Polkinghorne, Daniel Merrett, Dayne Zorko
Foll: Ben Hudson, Jack Redden, Tom Rockliff
I/C: Ashley McGrath, Andrew Raines, Ryan Lester, Joshua Green

Emg: Aaron Cornelius, Amon Buchanan, Elliot Yeo

In: Simon Black, Ashley McGrath
Out: Aaron Cornelius, Jared Polec

First Bounce: 1:40pm AEST
Venue: Etihad Stadium
Last Time: Western Bulldogs 19.9 (123) d Brisbane Lions 6.9 (45)
Betting: $1.38 Western Bulldogs, $3.05 Brisbane Lions
TV: Fox Footy (Live)
23rd June, 2012
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Two sides with just nine wins between them meet as the Western Bulldogs face the Brisbane Lions. We’ll have live scores from 1.40pm AEST.

Two spots and one win separate these teams on the ladder, and their up and down form means both teams will be hungry for the four points.

The Bulldogs last week accounted for similar side in Port Adelaide, getting over the line by 38 points in what was a fitting tribute to the late Charlie Sutton.

Matthew Boyd was the star in the midfield with 22 first-half touches, while the dangerous youngster Tory Dickson nabbed four goals.

Inaccuracy was one issue to come out of the game, however, with the final scoreboard reading 13.17.

The Lions, meanwhile, had a day to forget against Hawthorn, going down by 65 points.

A quarter-time lead, and only a minor half-time deficit, quickly evaporated in the second half. It was a disappointing way to back up a shock win over West Coast two weeks earlier.

The big positive to come out of the match was the superb performance of fifth-gamer Dayne Zorko, who had 24 touches, nine marks and laid seven tackles. And that was to go with his three goals.

The Dogs will go into this clash favourites, but if the Lions can replicate their early form against the Hawks and their full performance against the Eagles, they’ll fancy their chances of an upset.

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Simon Black returns for the Lions along with Ash McGrath. New player Tom Campbell replaces Will Minson in the Bulldogs line-up.