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North Melbourne vs Port Adelaide: AFL live scores, blog

28th April, 2018

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North Melbourne vs. Port Adelaide

Etihad Stadium
AFL Home and Away April 28, 2018
North Melbourne 69, Port Adelaide 102
North Melbourne Port Adelaide
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q12113   4529
Q24529   8654
Q36743   12880
Q410969   1512102
Where: Etihad Stadium
When: Saturday 28th April 2018, 2.10pm (AEST)
TV: Fox Footy and Channel 7
Betting: North Melbourne $2.35 Port Adelaide $1.63

North Melbourne
B: Thompson, Tarrant, Williams
HB: Macmillan, Daw, Clarke
C: Hartung, Anderson, Dumont
HF: Atley, Waite, McDonald
F: Ziebell, Brown, Turner
FOLL: Goldstein, Jacobs, Cunnington
I/C: Davies-Uniacke, Simpkin, Vickers-Willis, Zurhaar
EMG: Hrovat, Ahern, Durdin, Walker

Port Adelaide
B: Bonner, Jonas, Houston
HB: Byrne-Jones, Hombsch, Clurey
C: Amon, Wines, Polec
HF: Boak, Watts, Wingard
F: Westhoff, Dixon, Motlop
FOLL: Howard, Ebert, Gray
I/C: Barry, Gray, Neade, Johnson
EMG: Atley, Pittard, Trengove, Toumpas

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Ben Brown of the Kangaroos celebrates kicking a goal. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)
28th April, 2018

Match result:

Port Adelaide have beaten North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium to regain their momentum in season 2018.

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Final score
North Melbourne 10.9.69
Port Adelaide 15.12.102

Match preview:

The North Melbourne Kangaroos and Port Adelaide Power meet at Etihad Stadium with both teams looking for a win to remain in touch with the top four. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 2:10pm (AEST).

The form of these two sides could not be more diametrically opposed as we enter week six of the AFL competition.

North Melbourne have become the early season success story, while those who felt Port Adelaide where somewhere near the top when it came to premiership favouritism might be re-evaluting already.

North are rolling with two straight wins, their stars shining and still plenty of room for improvement. Brad Scott has worked wonders with a team that many thought would be making up the numbers this season; with eyes perhaps at best on a spot towards the bottom of the eight.


Port Adelaide come off two losses after looking the goods early in the season. A great win against the Swans was followed by an unconvincing one against the Lions and poor losses to Essendon and Geelong. Their form line is tough to read.

The fast surface at Etihad suits North down to the ground. They generally play well there and with a real chance to gain early season momentum, this is a wonderful opportunity to continue their run.

Look for Port Adelaide to try and wrestle back some confidence and take the game on physically. Form tells me that North Melbourne will be too strong in a tight contest.

North Melbourne by 3 goals.

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