The Cats bury the Dogs by 44 points but at a cost
The Cats asserted their Premiership credentials with a commanding performance against the Bulldogs.
The Cats throughout the game threatened to pull away from Bulldogs but the Dogs managed to always find a way back into the game.
Early in the final quarter the Bulldogs were nine points behind the Cats before the Cats kicked six goal in a row.
Patrick Dangerfield looks to have seriously injured his ankle in the final quarter. The midfield superstar went straight to the rooms before reemerging with on crutches.
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At the halftime the Cats are 22 points in front of the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs were able to to get within five points late in the second term but three quick goals reasserted the Cats dominance.
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The Cats will be looking at cementing their position on top of the ladder when they take on the Bulldogs at GMBH Stadium this afternoon.
When they met last year the Bulldogs were victorious by two points but the Cats will certainly be looking to make sure they get the better of the Bulldogs.
With 2016 Grand Final hero,Tom Boyd announcing his immediate retirement from the game earlier this week Luke Beveridge’s team will be looking to prove their worth tonight in Geelong.
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