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07.10.2019 04:08
arter of knock-out final wins over Adelaide and Geelong to claim their spot in the season decider.But at the Antworten

Sydney carried too many passengers in the AFL grand final, with coach John Longmire lamenting his sides dip in work-rate.The Swans booted seven goals in the opening quarter of knock-out final wins over Adelaide and Geelong to claim their spot in the season decider.But at the MCG on Saturday, they trailed by four points at quarter-time, having kicked a single goal in the opening term.Momentum continued to ebb and flow until late in the fourth quarter, with Josh Kennedy, Tom Mitchell and Dane Rampe doing their best to deliver the Swans victory.Longmire conceded the minor premiers simply didnt have enough players firing to beat the Western Bulldogs.The Bulldogs consistency over their 22 compared to us, we didnt have probably as many contributors on the day - which you need to have if youre going to be victorious, Longmire said.You need everyone with their shoulder to the grindstone. We didnt have that even contribution that we definitely needed.We thought we could get a bit more from a few more (in the second half) and that we could lift.We were obviously hoping for that but it didnt eventuate.Forwards Ben McGlynn, Gary Rohan, Xavier Richards and Kurt Tippett were among those to have quiet games.Co-captain Jarrad McVeigh and Rising Star winner Callum Mills, who both returned from injury at the MCG, were also below their best.They got through fine, as we expected them to, Longmire said, when asked if either of them was restricted.We probably needed to work a little bit harder, a bit more consistently over the four quarters.We werent quite up to the work-rate that we normally get from our group ... once you get here, you need to make the most of every opportunity.Longmire noted players and coaches shared fans extreme disappointment but it was important to maintain perspective.An upbeat Aliir Aliir, who suffered a knee injury in the preliminary final and was an enforced omission, helped in that regard.Aliir was in the rooms, offering support to distraught teammates.We talk about perspective and resilience. We had a bloke that didnt play today because he was out injured, Longmire said.Hes probably taught a few of us, including the coach, about resilience. We probably need to take a note out of that book. Discount Air Jordan . The All-Pro lineman got the leg bent under him while trying to make a tackle during the first half of a 22-20 overtime loss at Miami on Thursday night. The medical staff initially thought hed torn the ligament, and the test a day later in Cincinnati confirmed it. Clearance Air Jordan . -- Jonathan Drouin gave Halifax the boost it needed to edge host Sherbrooke Phoenix 3-2 in a shootout in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. . -- Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis was charged Thursday with driving while intoxicated, a day after he was suspended for an NFL substance-abuse policy violation. Cheap Jordans . Peter Holland and Brad Staubitz were sent to Toronto on Saturday as the Maple Leafs traded defenceman Jesse Blacker and draft picks to the Anaheim Ducks. Fake Jordan . The Hall of Fame defenceman told Landsberg that he believes fighting still has a place in todays game, but thinks staged fighting needs be outlawed. The $3 million Doncaster Mile is among the many big-race options for Group One-winning filly I Am A Star who is about to return to stable life.I Am A Star lived up to her name during the spring with the Shane Nichols-trained filly winning the Quezette Stakes frist-up in August and ending her campaign with victory in the Group One Myer Classic on October 29.She has had a five-week break and Nichols is eagerly awaiting her return.Im like a kid on Christmas Eve, ready to open the present, Nichols said.Well take nine or 10 weeks to get her ready for her first start back. And then away we go.Nichols says I Am A Star looks awesome.Shes strengthened up a lot and put on a lot of condition, he said.Shes spelled much better this time than her previous prep.She is likely to return in the Rubiton Stakes on February 11 at Caulfield then run in the Group Two Angus Armanasco Stakes (1400m), a race Nichols says will be pivotal in her preparation.Well then decide whether she runs in the Australian Guineas at Flemington or goes straight up too Sydney, he said.ddddddddddddThe Group One Coolmore Classic for fillies and mares in Sydney is a week after the Guineas with the weight-for-age Queen Of The Turf Stakes another race Nichols has in mind against her own sex.The Doncaster Mile is also on the radar.Three-year-old fillies have got a good record in it, Nichols said.She will certainly be nominated, and if she happened to win a nice race during the preparation then that will obviously up the sights a bit on a race like the Doncaster.Shes already a Group One winner and a Group One placegetter, so theres not a lot to lose by running in as many Group Ones as we can.Shes a very valuable filly and well target her at the top of the tree.Nichols says the Guineas is appealing because I Am A Star is unbeaten at Flemington while the Sydney weather will also be a consideration because she was well beten on a heavy track at Randwick during spring. 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