Port Power's young gun, Chad Wingard. Photo: Getty Images
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If ever you needed convincing that nothing in AFL football is certain, one bounce of the oval-shaped ball at AAMI Stadium with 90 seconds left on the clock on Sunday would have done the trick.
Port Adelaide was coming hard at Adelaide but was still eight points down when Angus Monfries latched on to a half-chance 50 metres from goal. His snap was barely scraping through for a behind when it bounced at right angles and rolled through for a goal.
Thirty seconds later, Monfries hooked a ball back to Chad Wingard and the Power had not only got out of jail, but having slipped two games clear of ninth-placed Carlton, had just about booked its finals spot.
There's some irony there for Blues coach Mick Malthouse. Another famous skewiff bounce in the last seconds of the 2010 grand final helped his old team win a flag. This one may just have sunk his new club's finals hopes.
But it was that sort of weekend. And only a week after one of the most predictable rounds seen for some time.
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