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Round 12 Results

Whew, I feel like I can breathe again!  Footy every day in theory sounds amazing, but I have to admit even I was a little fatigued after each round, not to mention the chaos it plays with fantasy footy!  With a few days off before the next round starts, I honestly don’t think anyone can outvote Neale, there are a few guys on his tail and the Lions still have a bye to come so anything is possible.  Check out the latest odds here. Swans vs Giants Who saw this coming?  Massive upset from a team that looks to be at the lower end of a rebuild against a team with arguably the most individual talent in the league. 3          Luke Parker 2          Jake Lloyd 1          Nick Blakey Cats vs Power Geelong showed what they are capable of when everything clicks. 3          Tom Hawkins 2          Patrick Dangerfield 1          Cam Guthrie Roos vs Lions Lions lucky to get the win here after some inspired efforts from the Roo’s midfielders. 3          Dayne Zorko 2          Jarryd Lyons 1          Jed Anderson Demons vs Pies An absolute mauling by a Gawn-less Demons outfit, you never know which team you’re going to get with Melbourne.  The usual suspects getting the votes for the Dee’s, including the resurgence of Angus Brayshaw. 3          Angus Brayshaw 2          Christian Petracca 1          Clayton Oliver Dockers vs Blues Absolute elation for one side and heartbreak for the other. 3          Ed Curnow 2          Patrick Cripps 1          Luke Ryan Bulldogs vs Crows If the Demons beating the Pies was a mauling, this was whatever is worse than that, yikes! 3          Marcus Bontempelli 2          Bailey Smith 1          Aaron Naughton Saints vs Bombers This game went as expected… 3          Zak Jones 2          Jack Billings 1          Dylan Shiel Eagles vs Hawks 7 on the trot for my guys.  Sicily a huge loss, the year couldn’t end any sooner for the Hawks. 3          Nic Naitanui 2          Luke Shuey 1          Andrew Gaff Tigers vs Suns Valiant effort by the Suns with some of their young stars coming into their own. 3          Trent Cotchin 2          Jack Lukosius 1          Noah Anderson

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