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Hawthorns 2016 premiership campaign is over but their golden era of success wont end with Friday nights semifinal loss to the Western Bulldogs, says Alastair Clarkson.The Hawks were overrun by the Bulldogs in the second half at the MCG, Luke Beveridges side thwarting Hawthorns bid to equal the record of four premierships in a row, set by Jock McHales Collingwood from 1927 to 1930.I know what the papers are going to say ... theyll say that its the end of an era, Clarkson said after the 23-point loss.Theyre too old and too slow but well just have a little bit of a break, reload and get going again.Theyre a proud group and we know weve got some improving to do as a side ... but theyve always been a group that rolls the sleeves up and tries to improve every day.The Hawks looked set to break the game open at 23 points up early in the second quarter but the Dogs clawed that deficit back to just one point at halftime.Then Hawthorn were powerless to stop a run of six goals in the third quarter that set up the Dogs preliminary final clash against Greater Western Sydney.Premiership stars like Luke Hodge, Josh Gibson and Jordan Lewis didnt have their usual influence but Clarkson believes his club - having blooded seven new players this season - wont have to rely so heavily on those veterans to keep his team in premiership calculations in 2017.Clarkson also pointed to the possible return of full-forward Jarryd Roughead from cancer treatment next season as one of several reasons for optimism and added the Hawks would look to improve their list through the trade period period.Young Gold Coast star Jaeger OMeara could prove a huge boost, but Clarkson admitted there was much water to go under the bridge before he arrived at the club - labeling that trade process difficult.Hawthorns vaunted pressure on the ball carrier was still very much on display, but Clarkson felt his players werent rewarded for their efforts that saw them lay 42 more tackles than the Dogs.We laid 104 tackles and got how many free kicks do you reckon for holding the ball? Three, he said.So what can you say to your players? Its not that the endeavour isnt there.Thats where the game has changed a little bit. They want the game to keep moving, so well need to change some things that we do because that is a significant change in the way the game is being umpired.Thats a lot of tackles to lay for bugger all reward isnt it? Custom Football Jerseys Throwback . Speaking Thursday on TSN 1050 Thursday, the Leafs GM also touched on the questions surrounding the teams leadership and the struggles of his big-name free-agent signing. “Its not from lack of effort from the coaching staff. Cheap Football Jerseys Throwback China . -- The Missouri Tigers might not have a roster full of superstars. http://www.cheapfootballthrowback.com/ . It might not have mattered. While the Dodgers are preparing for the playoffs, the Padres showed their future has promise behind two rookies. Stitched Football Jerseys Throwback . 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A week which started with him getting lost on his way to the course could end with?Matt Fitzpatrick?winning £1 million and the biggest event of his career to date.In Fitzpatricks defence, it was the driver of a courtesy car at the DP World Tour Championship who struggled to find Jumeirah Golf Estates and turned a short trip into a two-hour journey.But all that will be forgotten if the 22-year-old Ryder Cup player from Sheffield can overturn a one-shot deficit in Sundays final round in Dubai and claim a third European Tour title.The car I got into took a few wrong turnings and the roads are really busy so its not easy to make up time, Fitzpatrick explained after a third round of 66 left him in a tie for second behind Frances Victor Dubuisson.It would be great to get a third win, particularly an event of this stature. Its my last round of the year and I want to finish strongly.I thought last year I played fantastically and this year Ive struggled at times. Its still been a great year, dont get me wrong, but I feel last year was better. A good result tomorrow could change that.Dubuisson carded an eagle and seven birdies in his 64 to finish 13 under par, a shot ahead of Fitzpatrick, Nicolas Colsaerts and Tyrrell Hatton, with?Rafa Cabrera Bello, Lee Westwood and Francesco Molinari another stroke adrift.Both of Dubuissons victories to date have come in the Turkish Airlines Open, but the 26-year-old Frenchman was third in this event in 2013 and second the following year.Its my best score to date on this course, Dubuisson said. Ive played well, made the good putts at the right time. Its just a course I like.You have to carry the ball long. Its target golf and I just like the way it sets up.On a day of low scoring, Colsaerts -- who has not won on the European Tour since 2012 -- fired six birdies and two eagles in his 66, but the best round of the day, and week, came from Cabrera Bello.The world No. 30, who was unbeaten on his Ryderr Cup debut at Hazeltine, surged through the field with a superb 63 containing 10 birdies and a solitary bogey on the ninth.ddddddddddddI knew I needed something special to catch up to the leaders, but I wasnt expecting something this low, said Cabrera Bello, who has recorded nine top 10s this season but has not won since the Dubai Desert Classic in 2012.Its been a very, very good year and Ive pretty much accomplished every single goal and many of my childhood dreams as well. Now I just need to get that win.Westwood had briefly held a two-shot lead when he followed a birdie on the first by chipping in for eagle on the par-five second, but the 43-year-old played the next 12 holes in three over par before three late birdies.It could have been an even better finish for the former world number one after a superb approach to the 18th in near darkness, but he missed from four feet for a closing eagle.Rory McIlroy fared even worse on the last after finding water with his approach, the resulting bogey leaving the defending champion to sign for a second consecutive 68 and eight-shot deficit.I think I turned a 62 into a 68 somehow, the world number two said. I hit a lot of good shots and didnt really hole many putts and it was the story of the day with what happened on 18.[I hit] a great drive, second shot had 207 (yards) to the pin into the wind. Maybe just was a little too aggressive with it and pulled it slightly and just got punished for a bad shot.Open champion Henrik Stenson remains on course to win the Race to Dubai after a 70 left him alongside McIlroy on five under, with nearest rival Danny Willett one over after a 76.Alexander Noren, who can deny fellow Swede Stenson the title by finishing in the top two, is in a tie for 13th after carding a 69 in pursuit of an incredible fifth win in 12 events. ' ' '

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