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NAB Challenge 2016: GWS v Western Bulldogsphotos

NAB Challenge 2016: GWS v Western Bulldogs | photos Jonathon Patton of the Giants and Dale Morris of the Bulldogs compete for the ball during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images
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Graeme Allan, GM Football Operations of the Giants looks on during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Koby Stevens of the Bulldogs contests a mark and is pushed in the back during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Adam Kennedy of the Giants in action during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Rory Lobb of the Giants takes a mark over Kieren Collins of the Bulldogs during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Will Minson of the Bulldogs spills a mark during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Rhys Palmer of the Giants in action during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Luke Beveridge, Senior Coach of the Bulldogs looks on during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Stephen Coniglio of the Giants and Shane Biggs of the Bulldogs compete for the ball during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

A general view during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Mitch Wallis of the Bulldogs is tackled by Sam Reid of the Giants during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Lukas Webb of the Bulldogs in action during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Rhys Palmer of the Giants in action during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Jake Barrett of the Giants and Luke Dahlhaus of the Bulldogs in action during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Jonathon Patton of the Giants is tackled by Kieran Collins of the Bulldogs during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Robert Murphy of the Bulldogs in action during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Stephen Coniglio of the Giants is tackled by Kieran Collins (left) and Koby Stevens of the Bulldogs during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Cam McCarthy of the Bulldogs juggles the ball during the 2016 AFL NAB Challenge match between Greater Western Sydney Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Star Track Oval on February 25, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Pic: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

Dale Morris of the Bulldogs, Rory Lobb of the Giants, Mitch Wallis of the Bulldogs and Adam Tomlinson of the Giants compete for the ball during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

Will Minson of the Bulldogs spills a mark during the 2016 NAB Challenge match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at the StarTrack Oval, Canberra on February 25, 2016. Pic: Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images

TweetFacebookWESTERN BULLDOGS0.2.7 0.5.10 0.8.141.13.17(104)GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY0.2.0 0.3.3 0.5.4 0.11.7(73)

Nine-pointers: Western Bulldogs:T Campbell.

Goals: Western Bulldogs:J Stringer 3, T Campbell 2, C Daniel, J Macrae, JRoughead, K Stevens, LPicken, M Suckling, M Wallis, NHrovat.Greater Western Sydney:J Stewart 2, R Lobb 2, SConiglio2, W Hoskin-Elliott 2, A Tomlinson, J Hopper, T Scully.

Best: Western Bulldogs:J Stringer, T Campbell, K Stevens, L Hunter, NHrovat.Greater Western Sydney:R Lobb R Palmer T Scully N Wilson J Kelly.

Greater Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron says Canberra product Jack Steele took a “really goodstep” asStephen Coniglio sealed his first game as acting captain with a kiss.

But there was more to love about the Western Bulldogs as they cruised to a comfortable 31-point victory at Manuka Oval on Thursday night.

The Bulldogs’ kicking for goal was the only concern for last year’s surprise packet of the AFL in their 1.13.17 (104) to 11.7 (73) win in both teams’ first NAB Challenge game.

All-Australian forward Jake Stringer (three goals) showed promising signs for the Dogs, along with Jason Johannisen (24 disposals) and Koby Stevens (29). Both had plenty of the ball in hot conditions in front of 5636 fans.

Hawthorn premiership player Matt Suckling impressed Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge, who was happywith his first game after joining the Kennel.

Rory Lobb (two goals) provided a target as he looks to stakehis claim asGWSback-up ruckbehindShane Mumford, although former Cat Dawson Simpson did well in the centre.

But it was Steele who most caught Cameron’s eye against a strong Bulldogs midfield.

“I thought Jack started off slowly, but I thought he was one of our better players after quarter-time,” Cameron said.

“He’s developing into a hard-nosed onballer. The more time he plays against [Marcus] Bontompelli and these sort of guys, he realises, ‘I’ve got to get to that level, how do I get to that level?’

“How fast he gets to that level where he learns from every game he plays, but I definitely thought a really good step.”

As is often the case in pre-season games, poor kicking marred the first half, with both sides guilty of turning the ball over needlessly, especially GWS.

Stringer showed the bullocking work he’s known for, kicking two second-quarter goals — the first on the lead and he found himself in acres of space inside the forward 50m.

He ambled towards goal and dribbled it through from 30m for his third of the first half.

The Bulldogs cruised to a 19-point lead at the long break.

Coniglio (two goals) provided a talking point when he kicked his first — exchanging a peck on the cheek with Rhys Palmer.

But the Bulldogs were always in control andLiam Picken capitalised on a lucky free kick to make it 28 points going into the final term.

Beveridge was impressed with his three-prong ruck attack with Tom Campbell (three goals), Will Minson and Jordan Roughead all providing a presence around the ground.

The Bulldogs coach said it was great to have Stevens back after a stress fracture ended his 2015 early and he was also impressed with what Suckling brought to his new club.

“He was good, he was very, very good. You saw what he’s going to offer us. He ran hard, he’s quick, he used his leg and he’s a great acquisition for us,Matty. Really happy with his first-up performance for his club,” Beveridge said.

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