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Richmond vs North Melbourne: AFL live scores

22nd July, 2012

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Richmond vs. North Melbourne

Melbourne Cricket Ground
2012 AFL Premiership Season July 23, 2012
North Melbourne won by 4 points
Richmond North Melbourne
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q12315   3523
Q25939   7951
Q3101272   91165
Q4141599   1513103
Teams

Richmond

B: Steven Morris, Alex Rance, Chris Newman
HB: Bachar Houli, Kelvin Moore, Matt Dea
C: Shaun Grigg, Trent Cotchin, Brett Deledio
HF: Dustin Martin, Brad Miller, Shane Edwards
F: Luke McGuane, Jack Riewoldt, Robin Nahas
Foll: Ivan Maric, Reece Conca, Shane Tuck
I/C: Angus Graham, Daniel Jackson, Jayden Post, Jeromey Webberley, Brandon Ellis, Brett O’Hanlon, Addam Maric

In: Daniel Jackson, Jayden Post, Dustin Martin, Brad Miller, Ivan Maric
Out: Jake Batchelor (Leg), Tom Derickx

North Melbourne

B: Scott McMahon, Scott Thompson, Michael Firrito
HB: Shaun Atley, Nathan Grima, Jamie Macmillan
C: Ryan Bastinac, Daniel Wells, Sam Gibson
HF: Lindsay Thomas, Robert Tarrant, Samuel Wright
F: Lachlan Hansen, Drew Petrie, Kieran Harper
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Andrew Swallow, Brent Harvey
I/C: Leigh Adams, Matt Campbell, Levi Greenwood, Cruize Garlett, Liam Anthony, Ben Cunnington, Cameron Pedersen

In: Levi Greenwood, Cruize Garlett, Ben Cunnington, Cameron Pedersen
Out: Jack Ziebell (Suspension)

Milestones: Ryan Bastinac – 50 games

First Bounce: 3.15pm AEST
Venue: MCG
Last Time: North Melbourne 15.14 (104) d Richmond 13.13 (91)
Betting: Richmond $2.15, North Melbourne $1.70
TV: 7 (Live), Fox Sports 1 (Live)
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Seasons could be ignited or practically ended as Richmond host North Melbourne in a battle two sides just below the eight. We’ll have live scores from 3.15pm AEST.

Some might say Richmond’s season evaporated with the events of last weekend, and maybe that’s true, but a win against the 9th-placed North Melbourne would see them gain ground on at least one of their finals-chasing rivals.

As for North, they have an opportunity not only to bury a team very much on its tail, it may be able to return to the top eight if it claims the four points.

All this sets up a heated encounter between two sides that’ll be desperate for the win.

Last week the Tigers had a horror final minute against the Gold Coast Suns, becoming the first side to lose to the club this season. The final margin was four points thanks to an after-the-siren goal from Karmichael Hunt.

Jack Riewoldt had five goals and Robin Nahas four, with the leaders elsewhere being Trent Cotchin (38 touches, 10 marks), Brett Deledio (36 and eight) and Brandon Ellis (24 and 12).

The Kangaroos got up against Carlton on Friday night, winning by 53 points.

Drew Petrie was the big talking point thanks to his equal career-high seven goals. Lachie Hansen had four goals to his name. Daniel Wells had 26 disposals, five tackles and a goal.

Ivan Maric and Dustin Martin are in line for a return for the Tigers, both massive ins. Meanwhile, Jack Ziebell is the main out at North due to suspension.

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