Back View later GalleryAFL Round 9 2012: Western Bulldogs v Geelong Share facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More Geelong led from start to finish but could never put away the persistent Western Bulldogs, eventually running out 20 point winners 14.11 (95) to 11.9 (75) at Etihad Stadium. Previous slide Next slide James Podsiadly (left) and Mark Austin battle for possession. Photo: Pat Scala Liam Picken kicks despite pressure from Steven Motlop. Photo: Pat Scala Adam Cooney hanballs past Geelong's Jimmy Bartel. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Geelong's James Podsiadly celebrates Tom Hawkins' goal. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Bulldog's Tory Dickson is tackled high by Geelong's Joel Selwood. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Tom Hawkins spills a mark contesting against Brian Lake. Photo: Pat Scala Bulldog's Ryan Griffen kicks away from Geelong's Jesse Stringer. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Luke Dahlhaus fires out a handball under pressure. Photo: Pat Scala Bulldog's Brian Lake under the big leap of Geelong's Tom Hawkins. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Bulldog's Brian Lake tackles Geelong's Steve Johnson. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Geelong's Mitch Duncan spoils Bulldog's Daniel Cross. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Bulldog's Luke Dahlhaus chased by Geelong's Joel Corey Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Bob Murphy and Steve Johnson(L) battle for possession. Photo: Pat Scala Josh Hunt marks with the flight of the ball Photo: Pat Scala Daniel Giansiracusa marks ball. Photo: Pat Scala Luke Dahlhaus gets the ball away from Geelong's Taylor Hunt. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Matthew Boyd battles with Geelong's Joel Corey. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Geelong's Andrew Mackie , Paul Chapman and Tom Hawkins celebrate a goal. Photo: Pat Scala of More Galleries Previous Next AFL Round 6, St Kilda vs Melbourne. AFL St Kilda vs Collingwood Round 3 AFL St Kilda v Western Bulldogs Round 2, 2016 Essendon Bombers vs Melbourne Demons at the MCG. Easter Monday blockbuster between Geelong and Hawthorn AFL: Giants v Bulldogs The celebrations. Hawthorn 2015 AFL Premiers. AFL grand final 2015. The Game.