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FIVE key players are on the verge of returning from injury for North Ballarat in the Victorian Football League.
Nick Couch, Nick Peters, Paul McMahon, Jason Linke and Oliver Tate are also chances to be available after the Selkirk Roosters’ bye this weekend. North Ballarat’s next assignment is against the Coburg Tigers on Saturday, May 12.

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OUT of favour North Melbourne ruckman Todd Goldstein will make his first appearance for North Ballarat in the VFL on Sunday.
Goldstein and Kangaroos teammate Matt Campbell will line up for the Selkirk Roosters against Casey Scorpions at Casey Fields.

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ONE POINT split North Ballarat from Port Melbourne about 20 minutes into the second quarter.
Two late Port goals reasserted the Borough’s edge by half-time in the Victorian Football League clash on Saturday.

Then the Selkirk Roosters fell apart.

FitzGerald calls on players to rebound

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A RENEWED challenge is set — North Ballarat Roosters coach Gerard FitzGerald has called on his players to rebound strong in a bid to crack 'The Streak'.
FitzGerald says Port Melbourne's winning streak has to break some time and has rallied his players to try and snap Port's history-making charge next week.

Roosters hometown woes deepen

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North Ballarat Roosters have been outclassed a third time at home this Victorian Football League season.

A 52-point loss to Williamstown adds to the Selkirk Roosters' hometown woes at Eureka Stadium.

The Roosters have chalked up one win from four matches this season - their sole victory was claimed in round three at Collingwood's Victoria Park.

Stunning turnaround deflates Roosters

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HOW QUICKLY the tide of play turned at Eureka Stadium – North Ballarat built a 46-point lead then lost by almost six goals.

The Victorian Football League season opener on Saturday has given North Ballarat and fellow North Melbourne affiliate Werribee plenty to finetune.

Michael Searl a North Ballarat Rooster once more

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DUAL premiership player Michael Searl has arrived back to the North Ballarat Roosters.
Searl was keen to get started in his first training session on Friday night after a two-year hiatus from the Victorian Football League to work and travel overseas.

Roosters in percentage boost

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VICTORY at Craigieburn has set up a massive rematch against Williamstown for the North Ballarat Roosters.
This time the Selkirk Roosters will play the Victorian Football League clash on their home turf.

Most importantly, the match is a chance to back up exactly what they started.

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