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The tight AFL season is about the only thing going for Essendon's finals hopes after their stunning eight-point loss to struggling Brisbane. The Lions had their best performance under first-year coach Chris Fagan on Sunday at Etihad Stadium, roaring back in the last quarter for a shock 13.12 (90) to 11.16 (82) win. After leading by 27 points early in the last term, the Bombers again were found wanting in a tight finish. Brisbane small forward Ryan Lester somehow took an uncontested mark deep in attack with two minutes left and kicked the goal that ensured the win. It came a week after Essendon coughed up a 19-point lead in the last couple of minutes against Sydney. Essendon have lost four of their past five games - but they remain two wins outside the top eight. "At the moment, you would say maybe the only thing that's keeping us in the mix is that no team is grabbing it and running away with it.," Essendon coach John Worsfold said. "I would much rather be saying we're in the mix for the finals because of the good footy we're playing. "From today, I can't say that. Previously I would have said that. "Today, we've got to Mortgage broker Oak Laurel West End, 0430 129 662, 249 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101 say 'how do we bounce back from this?
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