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Jack Watts has helped Melbourne snatch a two-point win over Gold Coast in an AFL game that hit no great heights until a thrilling finish.Both sides were guilty of cringe-worthy turnovers, simple set-shot misses and fumbles at key moments, during a game played in perfect conditions at a sun-soaked MCG.Nonetheless it culminated in an after-the-siren finish as the Demons prevailed 9.12 (66) to 9.10 (64).Watts marked in the forward pocket and booted his third goal with a tick over two minutes remaining, giving the hosts a two-point lead.Watts then stepped up at the other end of the ground, marking in the goal square to seemingly deny Gold Coast victory.But Watts passed to teammate Bernie Vince, who picked out Suns spearhead Tom Lynch before the siren sounded.Lynch, kicking from beyond the 50m arc and tucked up on the boundary line, was unable to make the distance.It was Melbournes eighth win for the season.A further victory in the final four rounds will make it the clubs best year since 2006, when they most recently reached the finals.Max Gawn continued his career-best season, tallying an impressive 60 hitouts.Watts, Dom Tyson, Billy Stretch and Aaron Vandenberg were also among the hosts best in the scrappy clash.Lynch booted two goals and loomed the man most likely to drag his side over the line, having kicked the games opening goal after clutching one of his seven marks.The Demons defence were overwhelmed for much of the opening term, while the hosts were also devoid of rebounding run early.But the Suns couldnt convert their dominance, kicking only 3.3 in the first quarter.Melbournes first goal didnt come until the 24th minute of the match, courtesy of Watts.The Demons busted the low-scoring affair open in the second term with three goals in three and a half minutes, including two to Vandenberg.They boasted a two-goal buffer at halftime but wayward kicking helped keep the Suns in the contest.The third quarter was unremarkable with the exception of a bruising collision between James Harmes and Kade Kolodjashnij.The Suns hit the front in the final term after booting three consecutive goals, including a showstopper from Jarrad Grant, but couldnt stop Watts. Carlos HendersonJersey . Hazard cut in from the left and scored with a swerving right-footed shot for ninth goal of the season, which proved to be enough for the victory despite Chelseas forwards again lacking a cutting edge up front. John ElwayJersey . "Four now," Carl Gunnarsson told the Leaf Report proudly following a 5-2 victory over New York on Tuesday night, the clubs fifth straight at home. . "Thank you for the warm welcome," Beckham said on an 80-degree February morning. In this case, it was soccer weather. The sport moved a step closer to returning to South Florida on Wednesday, when Beckham confirmed he has exercised his option to purchase a Major League Soccer expansion franchise in Miami. Devontae BookerJersey . Just as Montreal was settling into the first full working week of a new year, the Impact announced the appointment of their new head coach. Max GarciaJersey . -- Matt Rupert scored once in regulation and again in the shootout as the London Knights extended their win streak to nine games by defeating the Owen Sound Attack 4-3 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. Its one of the hardest selection calls in the A-League but Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has decided on his first-choice gloveman.Five-time title winner Michael Theo will start the season between the sticks for the Roar goal after beating out Jamie Young.The most decorated player in the A-Leagues short history has been far from an ever-present in the last two seasons, plagued by injury and poor form.But the 35-year-old will begin his 11th campaign in goal for the Roar as Aloisis number one.Hes looked really sharp in pre-season. Jamies pushed him hard, Aloisi confirmed.The former Socceroos striker said Theos fighting qualities had earned him the nod over Young.Hes a winner. Weve got a lot of winners, he said.He looks sharp. He looks good. He looks fit.Hes one of them thats won five championships. Weve got a lot of players that want to win again.Just in front of Theo is likely to be fit-again centre-half Luke DeVere, 18 months after his last A-League match.Thigh and knee injuries have held the onee-time Socceroo back and Aloisi said his pre-season work meant he was a big chance of lining up for round one.ddddddddddddLast year we virtually had to hold him back, Aloisi said.He proved in pre-season against Perth Glory in a friendly game hes ready to go. Hes such a good leader and everyone talks about new signings, well hes like a new signing for us.Although Aloisi is excited about the players that are coming in to his side, he was full of praise for the ones that are likely to miss out.The second-season Roar mentor said hed seen enough at training in Ballymore Oval and in intra-club friendlies to convince him that hell be spoilt for choice at the selection table this campaign.The other day when we played the internal it was exciting for me as a coach because I would be confident with whatever XI I would put out on the pitch against any A-League opposition, he said. Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jersyes Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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