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Hindley’s dismissal took an unusual turn for Sydney FC, as Matt Smith looked to get some points for the visitors as the hosts took the lead on 22 minutes. The visitors took the lead after being down by eight points on 22 minutes following a strong play from the Sharks, who were then unable to get back on level terms against the visitors.
The hosts had a chance to salvage an unlikely win on 24 minutes when Mitchell Pearce was seen in the wrong area, however his strike was saved with a strong hand ball from the right flank, which was headed over by James Maloney.
However, an impressive late rally from the hosts saw them extend their winning run to three games, where they will play at Adelaide Oval on Saturday 28 March.
AFL ONE TURN, ONE PACE
AFL One-and-half minutes before half-time the Sharks were back in control and dominated the contest with a powerful start, when halfback Josh McGuire was introduced for veteran James Frawley who was given free reign in the left half.
The visitors continued to 더킹카지노press their attack, and in the 12th minute the ball was picked up by the wing as a result of a scrum in front of the posts.
At half-time, Frawley saw a shot blocked, but was soon on the right of the try line, where he picked it up with his left foot, which was fired into the goal by the referee.
The next goal that came their way came in the 43rd minute as the ball was picked up as Frawley squared and hit his first try to give the hosts their first try of the match.
The Sharks doubled their advantage at the second try of the game fiv바카라e minutes later when Jarrad Roberts had a powerful shot, but his effort was deflected into the goal by the opposition defence and Smith kicked out for the loose ball, which appeared to be wide of the posts.
Josh McGuire was introduced for Matthew Kreuzer on the same play to make room at the back. However, just like in their previous contest, Sydney took the initiative up front and the visitors continued to dominate possession early on in the second half.
The Sharks had the first opportunity on 20 minutes when Smith had the ball in the hands of a ruck but his shot deflected off the post with just a few metres to go.
A number of shots from the visitors were missed and Sydney picked up a three-ni