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SUNS to strive for bright finish

Gold Coast SUNS will make up to six changes to its squad for its final VFL game against Collingwood.

Exciting school-aged pair Josh Toy and Luke Shreeve come into the side. Nathan Ablett will line up at full forward. Jack Stanley and Mathew Fowler have been named on extended bench.

Move down back a big step forward

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CRACKING THE CODE ... AFL with Karmichael Hunt

THE biggest question mark coming to the AFL was always on what position I would play.

After trying the mid-field, up front and since starting a few games down back, I agree with coach Guy McKenna that playing in the defensive line is where I will be most suited.

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SUNS last chance to shine at home

The Gold Coast SUNS and North Melbourne-aligned Werribee Tigers shared the points earlier this year when their Round 3 encounter ended in a thrilling draw.

Both teams have showed some promising late season form, so this weekend’s return clash again promises to be close.

Gold Coast Suns let one slip away

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AN awful third quarter cost the Gold Coast Suns a VFL win against the Casey Scorpions down in Cranbourne yesterday, going down by four points, 18.11 (119) to 17.13 (115).

After leading at halftime by a whopping 44 points, 13.10 (88) to 7.2 (44), the Suns came out flat and allowed Melbourne Demons AFL regular Brad Miller to run rampant.

Suns fall agonisingly short of VFL win

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THE Gold Coast Suns were brave but fell agonisingly short of pulling off what would have been a great comeback win over Geelong at Skilled Stadium today.

In a game played in good conditions, the Suns were down by 29 points at quarter-time but fought back to hit the front in the third term before being edged out in the last, 13.10 (88) to 11.5 (71).

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