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No guarantees from here for Trengove

Jack Trengove celebrates the win with fans.

Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin's gaze remains stationed on the short-term despite the Demons edging closer to their first finals berth in 11 years with a win over top-four side Port Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday.

North rue injury run as Port power to big win

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Coach Brad Scott laments at the frustration North Melbourne were enduring with their long injury list and extending their losing streak to seven after being over-powered by Port Adelaide by 70 points on Saturday.

Tigers bare claws to crash into top four

The Tigers are in the four.

The roar of the Tigers has just got incredibly louder. Their magnificent 13-point win over Port Adelaide in their so-called "Portress" catapulted them into the top four and believe it – they're going to be hard to beat come September.

Buckley not giving up on finals

The defeated Magpies walk off the ground but coach Nathan Buckley still hopes for finals.

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley is refusing to give up on finals despite the Magpies’ comprehensive 31-point defeat at the hands of Port Adelaide on Saturday.

Ryder right at home after 200 games

Giving back: Port Adelaide ruckman Paddy Ryder (centre) with Paul Vandenbergh (left), Byron Pickett (right) and kids at ...

Paddy Ryder isn't a great talker, but the media rounds in the lead-up to his 200th game didn't faze the Port Adelaide ruckman. Comfortable is the best description of where the 29-year-old is at these days.

Reid back to face Port

Ben Reid will be in the Collingwood line-up against Port Adelaide on Saturday.

Collingwood is set to welcome back star defender Ben Reid for Saturday's crucial clash with Port Adelaide at the MCG, with two more key players likely to return to senior action during the next fortnight.  

Port to benefit from Burgess move with Arsenal deal

Darren Burgess of the Power

Port Adelaide and English soccer giants Arsenal have come to an agreement that will see fitness guru Darren Burgess move to London in the next fortnight, but the South Australian club will reap significant long-term benefits.