Richmond 12.8-80 defeated St Kilda 6.13-49 at Metricon Stadium
Geelong 15.10-100 defeated Collingwood 5.2-32 at the Gabba
Just as the AFL drew it up 10 years ago
And Dion Prestia played in the first finals game at Carrara, just as Gold Coast had probably expected back in 2011.
Once again, the ARC can (f)ARC off
So that’s 2 Richmond finals in a row with Nick Vlaustin getting involved in a weird ARC review…. I’d think getting somewhat duped last week with that McCluggage goal that barely got looked at probably explains why he was so adamant he’d touched the ball.
Still, it’s easy to be indecisive and call it inconclusive umpire’s call when your cameras are so BLURRY.
He’s like some kind of Bolton of lightning
The AFL are posting blatant rules violations by players on Twitter
I hope this guy enjoyed his Saturday night
Goals kicked on Saturday evening
Adam Reynolds/South Sydney – 7
Collingwood – 5
On the scoreboard, a late try to Damien Cook proved the difference, as the Rabbits knocked off the Pies 38-32, and the Eels 38-24.
Comparing Tom Hawkins’ Semi Final Performances
2019 – Kicked 4.1 a week after going goalless, Geelong won, but he was suspended for an elbow
2020 – Kicked 4.1 a week after going goalless, Geelong won, he didn’t get suspended for anything, and he kicked his 600th goal
I imagine Tomahawk would’ve been gutted to miss out on personally defeating the Magpies in a final, especially after giving away a 2 goal lead in the final quarter.
An image to define a player’s season
Tom Lynch, 2020.
This was a score in a final in a season with shortened quarters
Let’s just remember again that Collingwood defeated West Coast in Perth, which, by flawed mathematics, means Geelong would’ve defeated the Eagles by 69 points.
I think that Trent Cotchin coathanger on Zac Jones needs some good old Jim Ross commentary
Well, you’d expect a game featuring a guy named Savage to have a wrestling move.
Brayden Maynard is a good teammate
Getting around your mates after a tough season-ending loss.