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Bulldogs defeat GWS, stay unbeaten in AFL

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It wasn’t pretty for the most part but the Western Bulldogs have kept their unbeaten start to the season alive, the ladder leaders shaking off a brave Greater Western Sydney late to skip away to a 39-point win at Manuka Oval on Friday night.

The Bulldogs led by three points at three-quarter time on a cold night in Canberra, but kicked the first three goals of the final term to set up a 15.14 (104) to 9.11 (65) win that improved their record to 6-0.

Jack Macrae starred for the Dogs with 40 possessions and a goal, with Marcus Bontempelli (26 disposals and a goal), Adam Treloar (35 and a goal) and Josh Dunkley (29) all important.

However, the win came at a cost for Luke Beveridge’s side, with Dunkley (shoulder dislocation), Tim English (head…



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