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goal - a booming effort from inside the centre square.Feisty Bulldog Liam Picken kicked the final goal of the game a couple of m Antworten

When the biggest of moments arrived in Saturdays epic AFL grand final, nothing was going to stop Dale Morris.Not cracked vertebrae. Not a rampaging Lane Franklin. Nothing.With less than six minutes remaining and the Bulldogs holding on to a nine-point lead, Franklin took possession and looked certain to send the Swans into attack.Morris was having none of it.The 91kg defender - who has successfully fought above his weight throughout a 12-year, 230-game career with the Dogs - stopped the 106kg Swan in his tracks with a bone-crunching tackle,.The ball spilled to big Bulldog Tom Boyd, who capped his finest game for the club with his third goal - a booming effort from inside the centre square.Feisty Bulldog Liam Picken kicked the final goal of the game a couple of minutes later to blow the margin out to 22 points.But it was Morriss tackle and Boyds long-range major which signalled that the clubs 62-year wait for a second flag was finally over.I thought Buddy was going to take off on me, said Morris.I was cramping in both calves but I didnt want to let him go.Thats the way it unfolded.You get the tackle and and the turnover and Boydy slots the goal.He really stood up for the club.Morris revealed he had hurt his back in the final home and away round, an injury the club had managed to keep out of the public domain throughout the finals.I may have (broken my back) in the last game against Freo, but who cares now, he told Channel 7.Everyone plays through injuries.I talked to the fitness staff, the (doctors) and all the rest of it and we go through things and they assured me nothing can get worse.Boyd picked the perfect time to prove that the Bulldogs had done the right thing when they lured him from GWS two years ago on a contentious six-year, $6 million deal.The 21-year-old took eight marks, six of them contested, had 15 possessions and was just shaded by teammate Jason Johannisen for best afield honours.Everything Ive heard from everyone at the Bulldogs has always been super-supportive, said Boyd.They know were building something and maybe it came quicker than all of us expected but we got the job done.Boyd had complete faith that Morris would stick the tackle on Franklin, opening the door for him to kick the game-breaking goal.The big Bud was streaming down through the middle but Ive never seen anyone break through a Dale Morris tackle yet, he said.Boyd was also instrumental in last weekends preliminary final victory over the Giants, when he was forced to shoulder the vast majority of the ruckwork after Jordan Roughead was forced off early with an eye injury.With Roughead back in the lineup on Saturday, Boyd was able to spend more time in the attacking 50m arc.The finals style of footy, the contested style of footy, it really suits me, he said.Ive always loved playing in these sorts of games. 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LONDON -- With the Russian doping scandal still causing bitter discord across the international sports world, Olympic leaders meet Saturday to consider ways of revamping a global drug-testing system battered by political disputes and a loss of public confidence.The role of the World Anti-Doping Agency, proposals for an independent testing body and the continuing investigation into state-backed Russian doping are expected to be discussed at the Olympic Summit in Lausanne, Switzerland.The finger-pointing and blame game against WADA have ramped up recently, with several IOC members publicly blasting the organization for its handling of the Russian doping crisis.There seems to be a lot of people who refuse to accept that the base problem was institutional Russian cheating, WADA President Criag Reedie told The Associated Press. WADA cannot and will not be held responsible for Russian cheating.The International Olympic Committee said officials will debate ideas for a more robust, more efficient and more independent worldwide anti-doping system, including further talks on making the entire system independent from sports organizations.We will make recommendations for WADA to improve in a very constructive way, IOC President Thomas Bach said. We will ask WADA to take the organizational measures to perform these tests in a more efficient and more robust way.The closed-door meeting, to be held at a luxury Lausanne hotel, will be attended by about 20 officials, including IOC vice presidents, heads of major international sports federations, and presidents of the U.S., Russian and Chinese national Olympic committees.Its uncertain whether the deliberations will produce concrete decisions or simply a set of broad principles ahead of an extraordinary world conference on doping next year.We need to really properly understand who is responsible for what, IAAF President Sebastian Coe told the AP on Friday. We need to settle on arrangements that satisfy the clean athletes. Im not sure its any more complicated than that.The delegate with perhaps the most at stake is Reedie, whose agency has been harshly criticized by IOC members. The fallout from WADAs recommendation to ban Russias entire team from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro- rejected by the IOC -- continues to roil the waters and will hang over Saturdays discussions.A report by WADA investigator Richard McLaren detailed state-supported doping and cover-ups across dozens of winter and summer Olympic sports in Russia. It also backed allegations by Moscows former lab director that doping samples of Russian athletes were manipulated during the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.The IOC turned down WADAs call to impose an outright ban on Russia from the Rio Games. The IOC deferred to individual international sports federations, and about 270 Russian athletes wound up competing in Rio. Bach said the decision was made in the name of justice to prevent clean athletes from being punisshed for the violations of others.ddddddddddddThe Institute of National Anti-Doping Organizations said Thursday the IOC lost the anti-doping battle before the Rio Games, declaring: The IOC failed the clean athletes of the world.McLaren is scheduled to release his final report by the end of the month, focusing on the doping manipulation in Sochi. Those findings could lead to disqualifications, stripping of medals and calls for Russia to be banned from 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang.IOC members have accused WADA of failing to act soon enough on Russian doping and criticized the agency for releasing the McLaren report so close to the Rio Games.We made a recommendation when we got the (McLaren) report, Reedie said in a telephone interview this week. The IOC chose a different decision on eligibility. Weve moved on. We need to move on together with calmness and cool heads.In the past few weeks, several IOC members -- notably Juan Antonio Samaranch Jr., Sergei Bubka and Gerardo Werthein -- have publicly castigated WADA.They are responsible for what goes on inside international laboratories but their labs in Sochi and Moscow were like Sodom and Gomorrah, Samaranch told a Spanish newspaper.Some have suggested that WADA be restructured or replaced. But Reedie and others believe the agency should be strengthened with greater funding and more powers to investigate, monitor compliance and apply sanctions.IOC executive board member Gian Franco Kasper believes WADA should stick to technical issues and stay out of politics.The summit is not to punish WADA, he told the AP. For the anti-doping, WADA is an excellent organization.Bach has proposed the creation of an independent body -- under WADAs umbrella -- to carry out global drug-testing, making the system more independent by taking it out of the hands of sports federations. He said the body should be operational before the Pyeongchang Games.Reedie said WADA experts have done all the technical work on the proposal, which will be discussed at the agencys executive committee meeting in Glasgow, Scotland, in November. WADA could set up a subsidiary company to run the new body, which would cost tens of millions of dollars, Reedie said.Its unclear whether the proposed body would take over anti-doping for all Olympic sports. Coe said he plans to brief the summit on the IAAFs plan to launch its own integrity unit in early April that will act as an independent anti-doping body handling results management and sanctioning for track and field.We want to share our insights on this, Coe said. 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