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Round 11 • St Kilda v North Melbourne
Marvel Stadium Melbourne
103 16.7
Full Time Saints by 53
50 7.8
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    AFL R11 gameday guide: North looking to build on promising performance

    Whether you're in the stands or on the couch, make sure you're prepared with this week's gameday guide

    For the first time this season the Kangaroos play back-to-back games at Marvel Stadium.

    Last weekend the club welcomed the undefeated Demons to its home deck, this week it returns as the away side to take on a high-flying St Kilda.

    After impressing with the competitiveness shown against the reigning premiers, the Kangaroos will be hoping to build on the first three quarters of last week's performance.

    Whether you're making your way to Marvel or you're watching from your couch, make sure you're prepared with this week's gameday guide.

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    Sunday, May 29
    St Kilda v North Melbourne at Marvel Stadium, 1.10pm AEST

    Melbourne entered last week's clash as overwhelming favourites and while they did emerge victorious, it was the Kangaroos who were equally impressive for much of the contest.

    Classified as rank outsiders heading into the game, North closed the margin to within 10 points midway through the third term, but the reigning premiers proved too strong and experienced in the final quarter - the impression made by this young Roos side was a strong one though.

    St Kilda will offer another firm test for this emerging side. Currently sitting fifth on the ladder they've surpassed all pre-season expectation by placing themselves amongst the top sides in the competition.

    Led by the irresistible Max King - who currently sits third in the Coleman Medal race with 29 goals - the Saints will be looking to keep in touch with the top four with a victory.

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    It is a member replacement game, so reserved seat and social club members can use their barcode in the NMFC App (found under access my member card > Round 11 > ticket details) to redeem a seat on Level 1.

    All other members can scan in using their mobile membership card and sit anywhere in general admission seating.

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    The North Melbourne Kangaroos have reached a new membership record of 46,401 so far in 2022, surpassing the club’s previous record of 46,357, set only last year.

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    AFL R11 preview: Will North rise up for Ziebell's 250th?

    If last week's performance against Melbourne is anything to go by things certainly look to be on the way up for North Melbourne

    If last week's performance against Narrm (Melbourne) is anything to go by, North Melbourne certainly looks to be on the way up.

    A fourth quarter fadeout against the unbeaten premiers saw the margin balloon to 47 points at the final siren, but the Kangaroos were within touching distance of the Demons right up until the final break, and even kicked to within a goal midway through the third term.

    St Kilda offers another strong challenge for the side this week. The high-flying Saints have won two games in a row to bounce up to fifth on the ladder and are, currently, surpassing many of the pre-season expectations placed upon them.

    There are a number of questions to be answered and stories to be told this weekend, but here are four of the most pressing.

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    Can the Kangaroos build on last week's performance?

    This season has been tough for the rebuilding Kangaroos, there's no debating that. If one win in 10 games is hard enough for fans to get behind, the manner and margin of some of those losses have been seriously difficult to swallow.

    Last week's clash against the best team in the competition had the potential to be a morale booster or morale buster depending on the quality of performance put in. Given how the game - or the first three quarters at least, played out - this young North side should now hold belief that they can honestly match it with the best the competition has to offer.

    The close Round 4 defeat to Sydney represented something of a false dawn for the young side, and a series of generally lackadaisical performances followed. The boost of genuinely competing with Melbourne last week is one that cannot be wasted as this team continues to move forward.

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    Will North rise up for Ziebell's 250th?

    With all the negative, and at times false, media rhetoric surrounding North Melbourne at the moment it's well worth remembering and celebrating the fact Jack Ziebell is set to tick off a massive milestone on the weekend.

    Set to play game number 250 in royal blue and white, the way our captain conducts himself both on and off the field personifies what a Shinboner should be. Since his arrival at the club in the 2008 NAB AFL Draft he's been a true North Melbourne man through and through.

    The team was in a difficult position both on and off the field when he arrived. A change of coach was looming, debt was high and relocation talks to the Gold Coast or Tasmania were still in the mouths of many pundits and media personalities.

    Ziebell has seen and experienced so many highs and lows during his time at the club, but the one constant has been the sheer effort and love he puts into our colours every single day.

    If there's anything that should add some extra motivation for the side to win this Sunday it's to win for the captain who has so courageously led them for so long.

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    How much selection pressure is there?

    David Noble has lamented the lack of selection pressure coming through the club's VFL program in recent weeks, but thanks to a spate of players returning from injury, and even more working their way back, competition for spots is just about as high as it's been during the senior coach's tenure.

    A VFL bye last week made it hard for players to push their cases for a recall, but with senior players like Jaidyn Stephenson, Jack Mahony and Callum Coleman-Jones currently fighting for senior opportunities it could remain difficult to overlook them. Atu Bosenavulagi and Charlie Lazzaro are also available, while Matt McGuinness has been close to a senior call-up for much of the season.

    With the likes of Ben McKay, Aiden Bonar, Aaron Hall, Phoenix Spicer and Eddie Ford all pushing to come back in the near future, that pressure is only going to get stronger.

    Does the recent record against St Kilda matter?

    The Kangaroos will be looking to its form against St Kilda over the last decade as evidence and motivation that they possess the capability to get over the top of this weekend's opposition.

    In the 13 clashes between these two sides since 2012, the Kangaroos have emerged victorious in 10 of them - including four of the last five. As a rule the Roos have certainly had St Kilda's number in recent times.

    The biggest of these wins came in Round 10, 2014 where five goals from Aaron Black and four each for Drew Petrie and Brent Harvey saw the Kangaroos register a massive 68-point win.

    St Kilda got over the top of North in the teams' only meeting last year, with a late surging Kangaroos side going down by 20 points but recent history suggests it should be a strong contest that, hopefully, falls North's way.

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    AFL R11 match report: Roos fall to Saints in skipper's 250th

    St Kilda proves too strong for North Melbourne in their Round 11 clash

    The North Melbourne Kangaroos have gone down to St Kilda by 53 points at Marvel Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

    In skipper Jack Ziebell's 250th game the Roos were unable to keep up with the Saints, who led at every change to win 16.7 (103) to 7.8 (50).

    Midfielders Jack Sinclair and Seb Ross starred for the Saints, while Brad Hill had a game-high 33 possessions and Max King kicked three goals.

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    Small forward Jade Gresham, who kicked two goals, and defender Callum Wilkie also impressed.

    The much-improved Saints go into their mid-season break with an 8-3 record.

    North captain Jack Ziebell kicked a goal in his 250th game, but after a competitive start the Roos were no match for the Saints.

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    After Ziebell's goal in the third quarter, the Saints capitalised on elementary errors from the North defence and their four-goal run ended any hopes of an upset Kangaroos win.

    Jed Anderson impressed for the Roos with 27 disposals, 12 tackles and a goal, while Todd Goldstein kicked two majors up forward and took a hanger over former teammate Mason Wood.

    The Roos will next head to Darwin's TIO Stadium to face Gold Coast in Round 12.

    Veteran rucks shine

    Two of the League’s most esteemed ruckmen in Paddy Ryder and Todd Goldstein faced off on Sunday afternoon. Thirty-three-year-old Goldstein’s output has been slightly reduced in his 15th season, but he gave the Saints’ ruck combination of Ryder and Rowan Marshall a run for their money, managing 30 hitouts and two goals. Ryder has been a revelation at St Kilda and is in exceptional form in his 17th AFL season. The 34-year-old is eyeing off going around again next year, and given his crucial contribution to the Saints, they’ll surely be doing everything in their power to keep him on the park.

    ST KILDA                        5.2     6.5     12.7     16.7     (103)
    NORTH MELBOURNE     2.2     2.3     4.4     7.8     (50)

    GOALS  
    St Kilda: King 3, Owens 2, Membrey 2, Gresham 2, McKenzie, Ross, Ryder, Sharman, Windhager, Hill, Marshall
    North Melbourne: Goldstein 2, Zurhaar, Ziebell, Anderson, Curtis, Simpkin

    BEST  
    St Kilda: Sinclair, Ross, Hill, Gresham, Wilkie
    North Melbourne: Anderson, Simpkin, McDonald, Goldstein, Ziebell

    INJURIES  
    St Kilda: None
    North Melbourne: None

    SUBSTITUTES  
    St Kilda: Byrnes (unused)
    North Melbourne: Mahony (unused)

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