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Sydney Swans vs North Melbourne Kangaroos: AFL live scores, blog

5th May, 2018

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Sydney Swans vs. North Melbourne

AFL Home and Away May 5, 2018
Sydney Swans 66, North Melbourne 68
Sydney Swans North Melbourne
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q12113   3321
Q24428   5535
Q36844   71052
Q491266   91468
Where: SCG
When: 7:25pm AEST
TV: 7mate/Fox Sports
Betting: Sydney $1.20, North Melbourne $4.75

Sydney Swans
FB: J. Lloyd, H. Grundy, N. Smith
HB: C. Mills, D. Rampe, H. Marsh
C: H. Cunningham, J P. Kennedy, Z. Jones
HF: J. McVeigh, D. Towers, G. Hewett
FF: T. Papley, G. Rohan, K. Jack
FOL: C. Sinclair, L. Parker, I. Heeney
I/C: O. Florent, R. Fox, W. Hayward, B. Ronke

North Melbourne
FB: S. Wright, R. Tarrant, M. Williams
HB: J. Macmillan, S. Thompson, E. Vickers-Willis
C: B. Hartung, J. Ziebell, R. Clarke,
HF: S. Higgins, M. Wood, K. Turner
FF: J. Anderson, B. Brown, J. Simpkin
FOL: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, B. Jacobs
I/C: L. McDonald, T. Dumont, S. Atley, C. Zurhaar
The Swans celebrate a win. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)
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Match Result:

The North Melbourne Kangaroos have stunned the Sydney Swans on Saturday evening at the Sydney Cricket Ground, winning by two points.

Final score
Sydney 9.12 (66)
North Melbourne: 9.14 (68)

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Match Preview:

The Sydney Swans will host North Melbourne in a Saturday night clash at the SCG. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 7:25pm AEST.

Full of confidence after a come-from-behind win over Geelong, the Swans showed no Lance Franklin forces their talented forward line to find the ball themselves.

North Melbourne suffered a loss to Port Adelaide last Saturday afternoon and will attempt to get back on the winner’s list in round seven.

It was a reasonable game from the Roos, Ben Brown kicking four goals, but Port steadily kicked away to a 30 point victory throughout the afternoon.


Dean Towers is back for Sydney this week, replacing Dan Robinson (omitted). The versatile tall man will be support for Callum Sinclair in the ruck.

North Melbourne has made three changes going in to this Saturday night clash with Sydney, Sam Wright, Shaun Higgins and Mason Wood have been added to the team of 22.

Majak Daw is out with a foot injury, Jarrad Waite has been rested and Luke Davies-Uniacke was omitted from the Roos’ line up.

The good news story for this week is the return of Sam Wright, 701 days since his last AFL game.

The defender suffered several injury setbacks on the road to recovery, first hurting his right ankle in early 2016.

It is also a big game for Gary Rohan, as he will reach the 100 game milestone in his ninth season of AFL.

North Melbourne have shown promise to start this year, but the Swans are firing. Sydney’s two losses for the year have been at home and they will be out to rectify this poor start at home, taking a big win over the Kangaroos.

Sydney Swans by 31 points.


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