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VFLW Report | Round 13

The Western Bulldogs have gone down to North Melbourne by 35 points in their Saturday afternoon VFLW clash.

The Western Bulldogs have gone down to North Melbourne by 35 points in their Saturday afternoon VFLW clash.

The Bulldogs managed to stay within reaching distance for majority of the match, before being overrun by the Roos in the last quarter to finish the day 8.2 (50) to 2.3 (15) at Arden Street Oval.

The first quarter was a close contest, with co-vice captain Mary Sandral and Paige Ryan combining on the scoreboard.

But those goals would ultimately be the Bulldogs’ only two of the day, as the Kangaroos stormed home with six second-half majors.

In a promising display on the stats sheet, the Dogs registered more marks (35-50) and tackles (35-54), while Eliza Vale collected 22 touches, 10 marks and three tackles.

Lucy Schneider was next best with 21 disposals, five marks and three clearances, followed by Tahlia Meier (16 disposals, four tackles, four clearances) and Jaimee-Lee Morrow (12, six tackles, 18 hit outs).

The Bulldogs will face Carlton at IKON Park on Saturday 28 May in the final round of the 2022 home and away season.

 

NORTH MELBOURNE 1.0 2.2 4.2 8.2 (50)

WESTERN BULLDOGS 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 (15)

 

Goals: Sandral, Ryan.

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