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Round 3 1993

Round 3, 1993
Brisbane Bears vs Melbourne
Sunday 11 April
Venue: Gabba
Attendance: 12,821

1st2nd3rdFinal
Brisbane3.68.1012.1017.13.115
Melbourne2.15.215.917.11.113
Match Statistics


Brisbane win by 2 points

Goalkickers: Darren Bennett 4, Greg Healy 2, Darren Kowal 2, Andy Lovell 2, Matthew Febey 1, Glenn Lovett 1, David Neitz 1, Andrew Obst 1, Steven Stretch 1, Jim Stynes 1, Stephen Tingay 1

Brownlow Votes:
2 - Glenn Lovett

Milestones:
Nil

After two losses to start the season the Demons went to the Gabba to play a Bears side who finished six wins behind them on the 1992 ladder. At their new permanent home the Bears record attendance saw their side extended a 26 point half time lead to 43 before a storming comeback by the Demons.

From 43 behinds Melbourne then went on a 9.6.60-0 run to take a 17 point lead at the last change. Bears coach Robert Walls rallied his troops at three quarter time and it was their turn to turn the tables by keeping Melbourne to two goals in the last term and taking the lead seven minutes into the quarter.

Best were Lovell, Viney and G. Lovett.

Matthew Febey was reported for striking Danny Noonan with a right arm to the head and suspended for two matches, despite his claims that he was trying to knock the ball from Noonan's hand and contacted his shoulder. Haydn Robins was also suspended for two matches for striking David Bain.

Reserves
Richmond 14.16.100 d. Melbourne 10.12.72
Goals - Lamb 3, Mackay 3, Cuthbertson 2, A. Campbell 1, Doyle 1
Best - Goodwin, Cohen, Lamb

Lists
Tribunal

Media
Canberra Times - 12/04/1993
Canberra Times - 15/04/1993
Football Record R4 1993

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