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Three things we learned: Western Bulldogs v Gold Coast

The three things we learned from Round 10.

The three things we learned from Round 10.

1. Perseverance promising

Speaking to media post-match, senior coach Luke Beveridge praised his side for their perseverance and resilience, particularly late in the game when Gold Coast continued to push. The fact that the Bulldogs were able to find a way forward and convert in critical moments, rather than let the Suns run over them, was promising and a good indication that their mental game is just as strong as their physical game. 

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Luke Beveridge | 'Their perseverance was strong'

Watch Luke Beveridge's press conference after round ten's match against Gold Coast.

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2. On-ball brigade at its best

There’s no denying the Bulldogs have a star-studded midfield group, but when they’re all fit and firing, it’s a sight for sore eyes. Bailey Smith has taken his game to another level, registering 30+ disposals for the sixth time this season, to go with five marks, seven clearances, a goal and 722 metres gained. Jack Macrae, Tom Liberatore and Adam Treloar were all solid – collecting 34, 22 and 26 disposals plus 10, eight and two clearances respectively, while Marcus Bontempelli (24 touches, eight marks, seven clearances, three goals) and Josh Dunkley (22 touches, six marks, six tackles, one goal) were impactful in their mixed minutes. 

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Bailey Smith | 'We gave them a bit of momentum here and there'

Hear from Bailey Smith following his 34-disposal effort in the Round 10 victory over Gold Coast.

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3. Developing Dogs

It’s been spoken about already, but the rise and development of some young Bulldogs has been particularly impressive, considering the change the team has undergone in recent weeks. Ed Richards was one of the best on ground in Saturday’s win, registering 20 possessions and eight intercepts, while Jordon Sweet held his ground against in-form Suns ruck Jarrod Witts. Luke Cleary continues to look settled across half-back, despite being only two games in, while Rhylee West was again physical and hard at each contest.

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Richards' intercept mark haul

Ed Richards made his presence known in the win against Gold Coast at Mars Stadium.

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Beveridge: We’re really enthusiastic about the outcome

Western Bulldogs senior coach Luke Beveridge has lauded his side for their performance against a formidable Gold Coast Suns outfit on Saturday afternoon.
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