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Four quarters of bumps and bruises, a timely reminder of what could’ve been for GWS’ year


Four quarters of bumps and bruises, a timely reminder of what could’ve been for GWS’ year in heated bottom of the AFL table contest with Essendon

  • The Giants overcame a fiery Essendon to surge late to win 96-69
  • Within two minutes of the contest, there were multiple biff-ups and two GWS goals
  • GWS stormed home through the boot of Jesse Hogan who kicked four

GWS showed glimpses of a what could’ve been season, firing early against an ill-disciplined Essendon and surging late to defeat the 14th placed Bombers 14.12 (96) to 10.9 (69) in a vicious bottom of the…



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