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The Age

AFL 2016: Blues score upset win over Cats
The Age
After an even first term when Geelong wasted shot after shot at goal to see the scores tied at the first change despite Geelong having nine shots at goal to Carlton's three, the Blues lifted the pressure and hassled the Cats, causing errors from ...
Geelong is stunned by Carlton at Docklands, raising questions about Cats' challenge in 2016ABC Online
Carlton Blues vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blogThe Roar
AFL: Carlton Blues beat Geelong Cats by 19 points - Yahoo7The West Australian
Herald Sun -Sports News -Geelong Advertiser
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Geelong Advertiser

Geelong Cats: Mitch Clark to make comeback in VFL against Sandringham
Geelong Advertiser
Clark would have been a chance to return this weekend but the Cats have a VFL bye. Mature-age draftee Sam Menegola has also been declared fit to play in the same game after recovering from a posterior cruciate ligament injury suffered in the Cats' NAB ...

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Geelong Advertiser

Geelong Cats: Billie Smedts puts hand up for promotion during VFL win
Geelong Advertiser
Billie Smedts dominated for the Cats. Picture Yuri Kouzmin Marcus Thompson competes for a mark for the Cats. After a tough induction to life on Geelong's rookie list last year, Lucey is starting to show signs of improvement this year, although he still ...

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Geelong Advertiser

Rhys Stanley settled in Geelong
Geelong Advertiser
A promising first year for Stanley with Geelong in 2015 was cut short by a season-ending foot injury in round 11. But he has made a flying start to the 2016 campaign, playing eight of the opening nine matches and splitting his time between a key ...

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The Roar

Collingwood Magpies vs Geelong Cats highlights: Pies upset Cats
The Roar
The MCG takes centre stage once more, as the Collingwood Magpies and Geelong Cats resume hostilities on a Saturday afternoon. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 1:45pm (AEST). Patrick Dangerfield mania is absolutely raging right now ...
AFL: Collingwood Magpies beat Geelong Cats by 24 points - Yahoo7The West Australian
Collingwood v Geelong: Spirited Magpies stay in finals hunt after upset winThe Age
COLLINGWOOD MAGPIES V GEELONG CATS MATCH PREVIEW - CATS BY 56 POINTSThe Cattery
Herald Sun -NEWS.com.au (blog) -Sports News
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The West Australian

Geelong keen to keep Kersten purring
The West Australian
Shane Kersten ready to sign bew deal with Geelong Cats - The West Australian. Pinterest · Tumblr. Geelong are poised to open contract talks on WA forward Shane Kersten. Currently on a one-year deal, Kersten has booted 15 goals in 2016. All of those ...


The West Australian

Cats need to curb free kicks: Scott
The West Australian
As the most penalised team in the AFL this year, the onus is on Geelong to avoid giving away so many unnecessary free kicks, says coach Chris Scott. The Cats have conceded 223 free kicks in nine matches in 2016, more than twice as many as the Western ...
'It's a Cats problem, not umpiring problem'AFL.com.au

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Geelong Advertiser

Menzel out, four back for Cats
Geelong Advertiser
Menzel is the only confirmed out so far for the Cats, rested from the Etihad Stadium game with soreness. The 24-year-old has previously admitted he will often miss games to manage his body as a result of four knee reconstructions. Four Cats players ...
Young Cat set to return after broken handAFL.com.au

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Geelong Advertiser

Free stats point to costly issue
Geelong Advertiser
And, in the words of coach Chris Scott, the Cats can't afford to bury their heads in the sand any more. Champion Data figures reveal the full extent of Geelong's problems with the Cats clearly the worst in the league at giving free kicks away. On ...


Geelong Advertiser

Cats welcome special finals weapon
Geelong Advertiser
Deakin vice-chancellor Jane den Hollander said it was exciting to have the Cats on campus. “Deakin is delighted to welcome the Cats to Deakin Waurn Ponds and support their training needs,” she said. “Geelong loves its sport, and Deakin is a world ...
New training base gives Cats an MCG advantageAFL.com.au

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