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  1. The Dees were outclassed and outmuscled in its first practice hit out for the 2024 season against the Tigers going down by 23 points at Casey Fields.
  2. Once again inaccuracy cost the Demons as they are bundled out in straight sets for the 2nd consecutive final series going down to the Blues by 2 points in front of 96,000 people at the MCG. Bring on 2024.
  3. The Demons had a disappointing loss against the Magpies at the MCG in their Qualifying Final losing by 7 points. They now will play in a sudden death Semi Final against the winner of Carlton vs Sydney next Friday Night.
  4. In what was a dead rubber for the Demons the game still produced some carnage with Jake Melksham looking like he will be out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury. The Dees overcame a charge from the Swans in the third and ran away winners by 21 points. The Dees will take on the Magpies in the first week of the finals.
  5. The Demons have claimed 4th spot on the ladder and the double chance for the third year in a row with a win over the Hawks by 27 points at the MCG today.
  6. The Demons blew a perfect opportunity to consolidate a Top 2 spot and keep the dream of a home final in week one of the finals alive by going down to the Blues by 4 points at the MCG.
  7. The Demons made a massive statement for the rest of the competition tonight and silenced the doubters defeating the Brisbane Lions by 1 point in a Top 4 clash in a blockbuster match at the MCG.
  8. After a frustratingly slow start the Demons have rocketed into the Top 3 on the ladder with a victory over the North Melbourne Kangaroos by 32 points in Hobart.
  9. The Demons have further consolidated their position in the Top 4 creating a 2 game and percentage buffer with 5th place by beating the Richmond Tigers by 32 points at the MCG
  10. The Demons got back on the winner's list and finally got some breathing space for the time being in the Top 4 with a hard fought 21 point win over the Saints at Marvel Stadium.
  11. The Demons have consolidated their position in the Top 4 creating a 2 game and percentage buffer with 5th place by beating the Adelaide Crows by 4 points at the MCG.
  12. After a blistering first quarter the Demons never looked back thrashing North Melbourne by 90 points at the MCG on Saturday Night, jumping to top spot on the ladder pending the results of Sunday's matches.
  13. The Dees blew another chance to consolidate their position in the Top 4 through inaccuracy by hand and foot and in front of the big sticks going down to the GWS Giants by 2 points in Alice Springs.
  14. The Demons made their forced annual trek down the Princes Freeway to the Cattery and were well placed for victory going into the last quarter only to blow the lead eventually going down by 15 points and losing touch with the Top 2.
  15. The Dees dominated the contest but poor kicking allowed the Magpies to get within a kick with 30 seconds to go in the match but the Demons held on to take out the King’s Birthday clash by 4 points.
  16. It was an ugly affair on the Big Stage at the MCG on Friday night but the Demon's defence held strong holding Carlton to six goals to grind out a win and keep their spot on the Top Four for another week.
  17. The Narrm Demons continually misfired and fumbled all day long eventually going down to Walyalup Dockers by seven points at the Melbourne Cricket Ground notching up their second loss in a row.
  18. Narrm traveled interstate for the sixth time in ten game and failed to fire a shot in the first half of the match before a spirited comeback in the third but ultimately fell short losing to Yartapuulti by 4 points.
  19. After a fast start the Demons took control and despite a more spirited second half by their opponents they banked another four points winning their fourth game in row as they downed the Hawks by 54 points at the MCG.
  20. The Demons were on the road for the fourth time this season and managed to hold off a determined Gold Coast Suns to claim victory by 5 points.
  21. The Demons showed the ANZAC Spirit in the final quarter to overrun Richmond on ANZAC Eve by 18 points at the MCG. By the end of the round they should be back in the Top 3.
  22. The Demons were overrun by Essendon to the tune of 27 points at Adelaide Oval during their Gather Round match. The Bombers were more hungry and cleaner with the footy and the Demons had no answers for anything that was thrown at them.
  23. The Demons were far too strong for the West Coast Eagles at our home away from home at Optus Stadium in Perth defeating them by 63 points and jumping back into the Top 3 at the end of Round 4.
  24. The Demons thrashed fellow contender the Swans by 50 points at the MCG on Sunday in Clayton Oliver’s 150th match earning back a Top 4 spot.
  25. The Demons had no answers for the rampaging Lions and were trailing by 40 points when a power failure turned the lights out at the Gabba. When play resumed the Dees clawed their way back but it was too little too late and they eventually lost by 11 points.
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