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Geelong survived a David Mundy shot after the siren to defeat Fremantle by two points at Kardinia Park on Saturday evening, reducing the field for the minor premiership to a three-horse race.
In a tense and tough match, the Cats looked to have Fremantle’s measure until the visitors roared back into the contest with a four-goal fourth quarter.
After seeing a long Matthew Pavlich bomb hit the post with two minutes to go, Mundy lined up from 50 metres knowing a goal would snatch an unlikely win for the Dockers.
But his shot stayed right of the post, giving the Cats a 12.9 (81) to 11.13 (79) victory.
The win keeps Geelong level with Hawthorn and Sydney with 15 wins each.