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AFL Report | Bulldogs back on top with triple-figure win

The Western Bulldogs have recorded their ninth win of the season in style.

The Western Bulldogs have reclaimed top spot on the ladder after defeating St Kilda by 111 points in the annual Barker-Whitten Challenge at Marvel Stadium on Saturday night.

Despite a somewhat scrappy start which saw the Bulldogs kick 3.5, a seven-goal-to-one second-quarter surge set the tone, allowing the hosts to run out 21.18 (144) to 5.3 (33) winners.

It is the first time in Club history that the Bulldogs have beaten a side by more than 100 points twice in the one season.

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Game Breaker | Marcus Bontempelli

The captain had a brilliant night in Round 10 against the Saints.

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Taking a 51-point lead into the main break, the Dogs were relentless even when the game was already won – slotting 13 of the final 15 goals to record their ninth win of the season in style.

Captain Marcus Bontempelli starred, notching up 26 disposals and eight inside-50s while slotting a career-best four goals.

Ball-magnet Jack Macrae (41 touches) again found plenty of the footy, and clearance king Tom Liberatore (31) was influential in the middle.

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Luke Beveridge | 'We were quite manic'

Head Coach Luke Beveridge spoke to the media following the 111-point win over St Kilda.

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Remarkably, Macrae is the only player in VFL/AFL history to record 30+ disposals in each of the opening 10 rounds of a season.

Bailey Dale was electric off half-back, registering 33 disposals and adding two majors.

At the other end of the ground, Aaron Naughton (five goals), Josh Bruce (three goals) and Cody Weightman (two goals) were prominent.

The win was soured by an ankle injury to midfielder Adam Treloar, forcing the Dogs to activate their medical sub in Lewis Young just before half-time.

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Match Highlights | Bulldogs v Saints

Check out the best of the Round 10 victory against St Kilda.

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Anthony Scott was also ruled out in the third term, leaving the Dogs one rotation down in the final quarter, but by then the scoreboard damage had already been done.

The Bulldogs will now look ahead to a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash against Melbourne next Friday night in Sir Doug Nicholls Round.

WESTERN BULLDOGS                3.5      10.10     15.13      21.18 (144)
ST KILDA                                     2.0      3.1        4.2          5.3 (33)

Western Bulldogs: 
Naughton 5, Bontempelli 4, Bruce 3, Dale 2, Weightman 2, Hannan, Hunter, Johannisen, Liberatore, R.Smith
St Kilda: Membrey 2, Billings, Butler, McKernan

Western Bulldogs:
 Bontempelli, Macrae, Dale, Liberatore, Smith, Daniel, Naughton
St Kilda: Sinclair, Byrnes, Steele, Membrey

Western Bulldogs:
 Treloar (ankle), Scott (head knock)
St Kilda: Nil

Western Bulldogs:
 Young (replaced Treloar in the second quarter)
St Kilda: Highmore (unused)

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Team song: Western Bulldogs

Watch the Bulldogs celebrate their round ten win

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VFL Report | ‘Scray winning streak continues

The Footscray Bulldogs have won their fifth consecutive match for the season, defeating Frankston by 81 points.
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