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Port Adelaide Power player Jimmy Toumpas says defensive game is ...
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PORT Adelaides Jimmy Toumpas has joined a growing club of players who have been implored to improve their man-on-man game to secure a senior spot ...

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Power midfielder Hamish Hartlett says Port Adelaide must atone for 'going fuzzy' in AFL loss to Melbourne
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The Power — desperate to cement a top four spot and premiership credibility — had prepared for the hig- octane game demanded by Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin. But Port failed to respond to a Demon barrage led by skipper Jack Viney, who had 12 ...


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Port Adelaide left bruised in body and mind after loss to Demons continues disturbing pattern
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As Wingard awaits a specialist report — after having scans on his left ankle on Monday afternoon — the other big question focused on Port Adelaide is the credibility hit the Power took by again losing to a top-eight contender. And there is the ...
Port Adelaide star Chad Wingard could miss up to a month after scans confirm a bad ankle sprainABC Online
Port trying to end power fluctuations, says JonasAFL.com.au
Jonas admits questions hanging over PortWide World of Sports

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Port Adelaide slips up against Melbourne after poor first quarter
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PORT Adelaide will almost certainly play finals this year but to do any damage it must find a way to keep its momentum rolling after stumbling against Melbourne at the MCG. Credit to the Power for a brave fightback but it is now nearing two years since ...
Melbourne v Port Adelaide: Returning stars lift Dees to crucial winThe Age
Melbourne defeats Port Adelaide: The trait that could push Demons deep into finalsFox Sports
Melbourne controls aggression to claim emotional win against Port AdelaideHerald Sun
AFL.com.au -sportsnewsfirst -Wide World of Sports
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Major medical reports will decide how far Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide need to go with critical selection issues ...
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Port Adelaide is facing far more testing decisions after its top-four prospects were shot by the 23-point loss to Melbourne at the MCG on Saturday. Midfielder Chad Wingard will have scans on his left ankle today with the Power praying he does not ...
Match preview: Port Adelaide v St KildaAFL.com.au
Port bracing for loss of Wingard in finals runYahoo7 Sport

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Monday wash-up: Where to now for the Power after Saturday's upset loss to the Demons?
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No surprise then that when Gawn went off with a calf injury after half-time, Ryder got involved and Port was back in the contest. Patrick Ryder of the Power competes for the ball over Max Gawn of the Demons. Picture: Getty Images. 2. It's time to ...
Five things we learned: Melbourne Demons vs Port Adelaide Power (22 July)RealSport101

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Port Adelaide Power ruckman Patrick Ryder raring to take the Max Gawn challenge, despite ankle injury
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Ryder on Monday reported, in a “bullish” tone, to Power staff checking the ankle that had been caught under North Melbourne opponent Lindsay Thomas in the third term of Port Adelaide's 70-point win at Adelaide Oval on Saturday. Television reports that ...
Port Adelaide expect Paddy Ryder to overcome ankle injury ahead of Demons showdownWide World of Sports

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Port Adelaide Power stars Travis Boak, Jasper Pittard and Chad Wingard must improve to beat Eagles, says Chris ...
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As impressive as the Power has been at times this season, it has not been able to emerge from the pack and is a middle-of-the-road team. The scoreboard tells a story that cannot be argued, despite the feeling they are better than where they sit on the ...

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Port Adelaide Power midfield star Ollie Wines says he wants to be a one-club player
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And now the powerful, bullocking midfielder sees himself staying a Power player for life. At just 22 and on the cusp of his 100th AFL game against North Melbourne at Adelaide Oval on Saturday, Echuca product Wines says he has no intention of walking ...
"Why move?" Wines fine with life at PortInDaily

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The Age

Port Adelaide Power call on Logan Austin to play his first AFL game of the year
The Age
Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley hailed Logan Austin "a young leader" of the club after calling on the Canberra product to play his first AFL game of the season. Austin has been called into Port Adelaide's squad for their round 17 clash with North ...
Port Adelaide Power taking notice of North Melbourne midfield as AFL clash looms at Adelaide OvalThe Advertiser
Beware the wounded Roos, warns HinkleyInDaily

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