Every Wednesday, until footy returns, we'll be heading into the archive to recap some of the great games throughout North Melbourne's rich history.
This week, North Media and Hello Solar take you back to Round 10, 2003, as Marvel Stadium, or Telstra Dome as it was known at the time, hosts the Kangaroos and Bulldogs.
It's not often you see 46 goals kicked in a game, but North's Round 10, 2003 clash against the Western Bulldogs was a shootout to remember.
We're delving into the archive for #WaybackWednesday.— North Melbourne (@NMFCOfficial) April 8, 2020
First up, Round 10, 2003, and a clash against the Western Bulldogs.
Haven't seen the game? Well, let's just say, there's lots of goals!
Here's our team from the day, presented by @WharfHotel. pic.twitter.com/tPduElsFvJ
The ninth-placed Kangaroos took on a Bulldogs' side sitting at the bottom of the table, but still full of talent.
Luke Darcy, Brad Johnson, Scott West and Rohan Smith were among an experienced group of stars looking to mould the Dogs' next generation.
North, coached by Dean Laidley, and led by inspirational skipper Anthony Stevens went in with four wins, four losses and a draw.
Within a minute and 49 seconds of the siren sounding, Glenn Archer had kicked his first, and five goals between the sides in the first ten minutes set the tone for a pretty amazing scoreline.
But even in a 46-goal game, an impressive comeback made the day extra special for one side.
Check out the highlights below, presented by Hello Solar.