Redhage the star in wildcats win over tigers

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Redhage the star in wildcats win over tigers

On Saturday morning, the Tigers were in charge at Suncorp Stadium after the Western Bulldogs won the opening game of the season against Fremantle at the MCG.

The Tigers lost that series 2-0, but at Suncorp Stadium they were victorious, winning by 26 points.

It was the third time the Tigers have won the game우리카지노 by four or fewer points.

On Thursday afternoon, they were on target for that victory against West Coast, but they were outclassed.

They allowed the Eagles to score 26 unanswered goals in a tight game, while Collingwood kicked four in a nail biting encounter at Etihad Stadium.

For a game that was supposed to be ab바카라out the Tigers winning their eighth straight game on the week, it was a sad finish to the season.

The Western Bulldogs, as they had been doing all year, went into the game in a high emotion and looked to be in control and confident.

But their season slipped away as their play was disrupted by a series of errors, a failure to close down the Dogs, and, more importantly, to an injured Nathan Green.

There were no excuses in their game against the Dogs. They failed to stop the Dogs‘ attacking play and looked disorganised to begin the match.

The club missed that crucial win at the MCG to play in the blockbuster match against Carlton and were not prepared to look back.

In the end, the Bulldogs could not prevent the Tigers from scoring 14 unanswered goals against the Western Bulldogs in a spirited fight that lasted eight minutes.

And while they had their mom바카라사이트ents, the final statistics of the game were not very encouraging for the Bulldogs and their fans.

To put the Bulldogs in perspective, this was their lowest game margin in over 100 games in over two years.

They were outgained 797-837 on the day, with the Cats gaining 2193-979 on the day as they held on to the top spot, in the grand finals.

The Tigers were also poor when it came to defence.

The Bulldogs‘ defence is in dire need of a complete overhaul, and they were the only team to be hit by seven goals in their second half against a Geelong team that was almost in complete control.

They lost a battle to kick a goal and three of their seven key defenders lost a game against an Essendon team that was able to use their defence to score in the third quarte