Sport Demons down Saints to move back inside the eight

12:25  13 august  2017
12:25  13 august  2017 Source:   abc.net.au

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James Harmes of the Demons celebrates kicking a goal during the round 21 AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the St Kilda Saints at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 13, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.© Quinn Rooney/Getty Images James Harmes of the Demons celebrates kicking a goal during the round 21 AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the St Kilda Saints at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 13, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne has returned to the top eight with a gritty four-goal win over St Kilda at the MCG to provide a massive blow to the Saints' finals hopes.

In a fierce battle between two sides desperate to remain in the hunt for a top-eight spot, the Demons dominated early and staved off the fast-finishing Saints for a 14.12 (96) to 10.12 (72) victory.

The Demons led by 40 points late in the second quarter and looked set to claim an easy win.

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From then, the Demons did no better than break even. Until the Saints put the foot to the floor when it mattered. Membrey had a third-term picnic with three of his goals coming in the eight -goals-to-three quarter.

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But the Saints, helped by Jack Steven's eight disposals and three inside 50s, switched gears in the third term, cutting the margin to 10 points at the final break.

Tim Membrey brought the Saints within a goal when he slotted his second major early in the fourth quarter. But Melbourne found a response through Mitch Hannan, who stepped up with the match on the line after a quiet start.

James Harmes, Nathan Jones and Michael Hibberd of the Demons sing the song in the rooms after winning the round 21 AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the St Kilda Saints at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 13, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.© Quinn Rooney/Getty Images James Harmes, Nathan Jones and Michael Hibberd of the Demons sing the song in the rooms after winning the round 21 AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the St Kilda Saints at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 13, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. The young forward steadied his teammates' nerves with a sweetly-placed set shot, then moments later took a strong contested mark and kicked truly to put the result beyond doubt.

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The result lifts Melbourne into seventh spot on the ladder, while the 11th-placed St Kilda is a win behind eight-placed West Coast with two matches remaining against North Melbourne and Richmond. It was one-way traffic early with the Demons cruising to a five-goal lead at quarter-time.

With no Jesse Hogan or Jack Watts, and Tom McDonald starting in the backline, small forward James Harmes did the damage, slotting three majors in the first quarter.

Melbourne's slick ball movement and ability to transition from the backline at high speed was in stark contrast to the fumbling Saints, who coughed up multiple goals from turnovers.

Ruckman Max Gawn had a rare off day, being well beaten by Saints counterpart Billy Longer, but Nathan Jones (35 disposals) and Clayton Oliver controlled the midfield battle.

The Saints lost prime mover Koby Stevens to concussion after a first-quarter collision with Demons midfielder Angus Brayshaw. Brayshaw was outstanding in just his third game for the season, having spent a prolonged break on the sidelines after suffering his fourth concussion in the space of 12 months.

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