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Best of 2020: 14-12

We’re counting down 20 of the best football moments from the year – across our AFL and AFLW seasons.

This year has been a year like no other - but there are plenty of moments worth celebrating with 2020 now nearing the end.

We’re counting down 20 of the best football moments from the year – across our AFL and AFLW seasons.

Best of 2020: 20-18
Best of 2020: 17-15

14: Wallis 150

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Barkly Street EP 21 | Wallis on 150 Games

In this week's episode of the Barkly Street Podcast, Mitch Wallis discusses his upcoming 150 Game Milestone.

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It seems only fitting to acknowledge Mitch Wallis – for his milestone and his season.
In round 18, the father-son Bulldog played his 150th game – in a win against Fremantle, as a finals spot was sealed.
Wallis has had a tough run with injury in recent years – dating back to that leg injury in 2016 - but bounced back to play every game this year, after 40 of a possible 67 over the previous three seasons.
The 28-year-old reinvented himself in 2020 – switching from the midfield role we’ve been accustomed to seeing him in to becoming a dangerous forward.
With 25 majors in 2020, he was the Bulldogs’ leading goalkicker.

13: The Goalfest

In what soon became the final home-and-away round of the 2020 AFLW season, the Bulldogs’ round six clash against Fremantle went down in the history books – literally.
With no crowds allowed in due to the threat of COVID-19 looming, the two teams arguably played one of the greatest AFLW matches to date.
Despite the Bulldogs falling 15 points short of their second victory, the 10.6 (66) to 8.3 (51) result set the record as the highest aggregate score – 117 points - between two AFLW sides. 
Unfortunately there was no opportunity for the Bulldogs to bounce back the following week, with the competition abandoned and no premier awarded.

12: Naughty’s got six-appeal

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Straight-shooting Naughton slots six goals

Aaron Naughton was simply unstoppable, producing a wealth of strong marks and contested work in a wonderful six-goal performance.

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Young gun Aaron Naughton produced something special against the Adelaide Crows in round 12.
The key forward was unstoppable, helping himself to a career-best six goals in the Bulldogs’ 57-point win.
Playing largely on All Australian defender Daniel Talia, Naughton stole the show in his second game back from an ankle injury.
He had three goals by quarter time and finished with six marks inside 50 – including three contested.

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