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Kangaroos deliver Magpies knockout

NORTH Melbourne has caused a huge upset, beating Collingwood by 30 points at Docklands on Saturday night to claim its sixth win in a row.

The Kangaroos, fresh off a big win over the Bombers last week, kicked five goals to one in the second quarter on the way to a 13.13 (91) to 8.13 (61) victory.

Kangaroos defender Scott Thompson told Grandstand the win was down to performance across the board.

"It was a great team effort,'' he said

"They jumped us at the start, but to keep them to four goals for the rest of the game was a great effort.

Read the full match report at ABC news online.

Topics:  afl, kangaroos, magpies




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