Weird football scores

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Well Geelong has certainly played a weird game tonight... in their first three quarters they've kicked 0.2, followed by 7.2 and 8.4!
All in all, they've kicked 15.6 of their 15.8 in the 2nd and 3rd.
 

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Well Geelong has certainly played a weird game tonight... in their first three quarters they've kicked 0.2, followed by 7.2 and 8.4!
All in all, they've kicked 15.6 of their 15.8 in the 2nd and 3rd.
Ended up being 15.6/16.8. Quite the quirk.
 

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Yesterday's WAFL game between the Subiaco Lions and Perth Demons was played in wet conditions at the Leederville Oval. In the first quarter the conditions were bad - drizzly, windy and cold - but not unplayable. The Demons stayed close to the Lions early, and scored their only goal of the quarter about midway through the first term. But when the heavy rain set in after quarter time, the Demons failed to goal at all for the rest of the game, managing just 0.3 for the remainder of the match and finishing with a score of 1.4-10, their lowest score since 1912.

The Lions handled the teeming downpours, waterlogged ground and mud far better, kicking 11.13-79 to crush the Demons by 69 points. Perth, ironically having their best season since their last finals appearance in 1997, saw their percentage tumble by over 13% in one game close to the midpoint of the season thanks to this drubbing by Subiaco.
 
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