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Beveridge disappointed with Dogs’ fadeout

Luke Beveridge believes the Western Bulldogs wasted a golden opportunity to break their hoodoo in Geelong, leaving their AFL finals hopes hang by a thread.

After the glory of upsetting reigning premiers Melbourne last week, the Bulldogs crashed back down on Saturday night as the Cats blew them away with an eight-goal to none third quarter.

The Bulldogs booted the opening four goals to silence the GMHBA Stadium crowd, before Geelong took control of the match after halftime.

They have lost their last 11 games at Kardinia Park, with their last win in Geelong coming back in 2003.

The Bulldogs have slipped back outside the top eight and will need to win at least two of their last three matches to be assured of playing finals for the fourth straight season.

“I think tonight was probably one of our best opportunities to beat Geelong in Geelong and that’s the shame of it,” Beveridge said.



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