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Adelaide rode the bumps and ultimately ran away with a 22-point AFL win over Melbourne in an end-to-end contest at the MCG on Sunday. cheap nike free shoes china .In a freewheeling match, the Crows emerged triumphant with an 18.12 (120) to 15.8 (98) victory to extend their winning streak to six.Adelaide improved to fifth on the ladder, joining five other teams with 10-4 records, by finishing stronger than the valiant Demons.Playing on was not an umpires direction but a way of life at the MCG, where both sides brought an attacking intent to the contest.Adelaides midfield machine and attacking firepower proved the difference, one year to the day of the death of Crows coach Phil Walsh.The Crows boasted six multiple goalscorers and an even spread of contributors in the middle, led by Brad Crouch and Rory Sloane.Taylor Walker, Eddie Betts and Richard Douglas kicked three goals each.Despite the loss there would be few Melbourne fans among the 29,133 in attendance that would leave unsatisfied with the Demons effort.Nathan Jones was the games elite performer with 33 disposals, while Jeff Garlett was their spark in attack with four goals and a hand in more.The Crows stole an early break on an errant Melbourne, taking a 17-point lead at quarter-time.Melbourne banished their errors and roared back into the contest.Led by Garlett, Paul Roos side kicked eight second quarter goals as their run-and-gun style bore fruit and a halftime lead.It was then Adelaides turn to surge as their midfield took over to win the first 10 clearances of the third term.Walker and Betts helped the Crows to five goals in nine minutes to wrest control back.Still the Demons came, finishing the third quarter just nine points in arrears.Their challenge was snuffed out by a disciplined Adelaide side in the final term as they kept Melbourne at bay.A tackle count of 100-74 would have delighted Crows coach Don Pyke, who was most pleased about recovering a halftime deficit.To our players credit, they found a way in the end, he said.We had a good conversation at halftime about what happened in the second quarter ... the players then owned that and went out and put it into action.Roos rued the Demons slow start after halftime.Theyre very good for playing for 120 minutes. We felt that five, ten minute patch in the third (quarter) was the difference, he nike free shoes . Mickelson barely made the cut but had the best round of the day with nine birdies and an eagle coupled with two bogeys to sit two shots behind leader Craig Lee of Scotland. Lee shot a 69 for a 12-under 204 total. "I just love the fact I am in contention and have an opportunity in my first tournament of the year here in Abu Dhabi," Mickelson said. wholesale nike free shoes . After the whistle, Thornton skated the length of the ice, pulled Orpik to the ice from behind and punched him in the face several times. . -- James Young couldnt wait to apply those tweaks to his jump shot, and the first one he made against UT Arlington told him it could be a good night. WALLER, Texas -- AJ Foyt Racing will have two new drivers in 2017, Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly.The team made the announcement Tuesday.Munoz, a 24-year-old Colombian, will drive the No. 14 car after two runner-up finishes in four career Indianapolis 500 starts. He is considered one of IndyCars rising stars and has one career win and one career pole.The 24-year-old Daly grew up in Indianapolis and will drive the No. 4 car for the first Indy-baased team of Foyts career. cheap nike free flyknit. Daly made his series debut with Foyts team in the 2013 Indy 500. Dalys father, Derek, is a former Formula One and IndyCar driver.Both cars will be sponsored by ABC Supply, which will partner with Foyts team for the 13th consecutive season.---This story corrects the dateline. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '