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North Melbourne Kangaroos vs Gold Coast Suns: AFL live scores

26th June, 2021
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North Melbourne

72

Match Complete

Gold Coast Suns

63

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26th June, 2021
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North Melbourne

72

Match Complete

Gold Coast Suns

63

Fourth Quarter
24:00A. Sexton
22:26H. Greenwood
21:23Rushed
20:30Rushed
19:44Rushed
16:34H. Greenwood
T. Xerri15:22
Rushed12:05
C. Zurhaar9:20
J. Stephenson5:11
Rushed27:22
Rushed24:39
22:52Z. Smith
C. Taylor21:33
L. McDonald20:22
C. Zurhaar14:41
J. Mahony13:31
N. Larkey11:24
T. Thomas7:47
J. Stephenson6:39
N. Larkey1:29
28:23J. Corbett
T. Goldstein27:05
W. Phillips24:56
23:14S. Flanders
N. Larkey17:18
15:43A. Sexton
9:00Rushed
L. Davies-Uniacke7:03
Rushed5:30
4:10N. Holman
3:05I. Rankine
1:45J. Sharp
0:21Rushed
C. Zurhaar29:35
Rushed27:06
C. Zurhaar23:44
20:37J. Corbett
17:46J. Corbett
K. Turner15:44
J. Simpkin11:54
W. Phillips10:49
9:16B. Ainsworth
L. Davies-Uniacke4:26
T. Thomas2:01

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The North Melbourne Kangaroos are hunting win number two against a Gold Coast Suns desperate to regain respect. Stay up to date with the action on The Roar with live scores from 1:45pm (AEST).


This year has gone about as badly as people were expecting for North Melbourne. But, while they still have a mountain to climb if they want to avoid the wooden spoon, they’ve shown a bit over the last fortnight with a draw against GWS and a respectable performance in a loss to Brisbane. They’ve been a much tougher team to play this year in Hobart too.

Gold Coast, on the other hand, are enduring more hysteria as to their future in the AFL after their losing streak reached a whopping two games before the bye. While the media pile-on has been a bit excessive, there’s no denying the Suns have underperformed in 2021 and they’d be desperate to climb above 16th before the year is out.

The Suns have knocked off the Kangas in their two most recent encounters by ten goals each time. In fact, North Melbourne are the only team in the AFL that the Suns have a 50 per cent lifetime winning record against. This is Gold Coast’s first game for premiership points in the Tasmanian capital.

Game information

Opening bounce: 1:45pm (AEST)
Venue: Blundstone Arena, Hobart
TV: Fox Footy, Seven (QLD only)
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Kangaroos $1.75, Suns $2.08 (odds via PlayUp)

Teams

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North Melbourne
B: Kayne Turner, Ben McKay, Robbie Tarrant
HB: Jack Ziebell, Josh Walker, Aaron Hall
C: Trent Dumont, Ben Cunnington, Luke McDonald
HF: Jy Simpkin, Nick Larkey, Luke Davies-Uniacke
F: Jack Mahony, Cameron Zurhaar, Jaidyn Stephenson
FOL: Todd Goldstein, Will Phillips, Tarryn Thomas
I/C: Curtis Taylor, Lachie Young, Shaun Atley, Tristan Xerri
EMG: Bailey Scott, Atu Bosenavulagi, Eddie Ford, Tom Campbell

Gold Coast Suns
B: Wil Powell, Caleb Graham, Sean Lemmens
HB: Jack Lukosius, Charlie Ballard, Jack Bowes
C: Brandon Ellis, Jeremy Sharp, Hugh Greenwood
HF: Josh Corbett, Sam Day, Nick Holman
F: Izak Rankine, Ben King, Sam Flanders
FOL: Zac Smith, Ben Ainsworth, Touk Miller
I/C: Alex Sexton, Noah Anderson, Oleg Markov, Matt Rowell
EMG: Rory Atkins, Will Brodie, Brayden Fiorini, Chris Burgess

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