Ep. 11 – Cats Lose 3 Straight, Dockers Slay Demons & More

AFL from LA

30-05-2023 • 4 minutos

https://youtu.be/HoeeunKpEtA GWS are now lobbying AFL to relocate them to Kardinia Park. They've won three of their last three games there. 10 clubs have not won in Geelong in the last 15 years. What does GWS know that they don't? Welcome to AFL from LA. I'm your host, Cindye. I'm here in front of Prospect Studios. Fun fact, they used to shoot “General Hospital” here.  Sydney v Carlton Carlton's promising start to the season has faded faster than a politician's promise. They had 60 inside fifties for only six goals. That's as efficient as, well, Carlton in round 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 an 10. Curnow and Mckay combined for 1.6. Charlie started strong, playing higher up the ground and taking some great marks. But Harry, whew, he looked lost, kind of like a vegan at a steakhouse. Since his new contract, his accuracy is only at 34%. Pre-contract, he was kicking at 52%. Does Harry have a fetish [00:01:00] for behinds? Cripps had only 19 touches, while Sydney's Chad Warner had 29 and two goals. But it wasn't all doom and gloom for the Blues. Walsh had 31 disposals and eight inside fifties, and Jacob Weitering kept Buddy goalless. Full credit to Sydney, though. They stood up when it counted most, led by Warner, Gulden, and Nick Blakey. Man, he was zipping down the field like a teenager who was just given the keys to their father's car. Once again, the heat's coming for Michael Voss. But hey, it took Ted Lasso three years.  Melbourne v Fremantle Luke. Action. Jackson. Melbourne must have felt like they were seeing their ex at a party with someone new and realizing that they were hotter than ever. Even more impressive was the fact that after Sean Darcy did his hamstring, Jackson was forced to take on Gawn and Grundy on his own, and he beat them both. That's right. He beat Grundy and Gawn on his own. Freo's forward line is looking really promising. Treacy is growing every week. Keanu, I mean Banfield, is really stepping up, and Jye Amiss, is this guy the Pavlich replacement that Freo has been looking for? Freo have delivered once again on the big stage, taking a top four scalp at the G, and proving they are finals contenders.  Geelong v GWS Is GMHBA Stadium now GWSGMB … Greater Western Sydney, without Sam Taylor, Josh Kelly, Harry Himmelberg, and Nick Haynes beat Geelong in Geelong. Superstar and Hotty of the Week, hotty of every week, really, Toby Greene played his 200th game. There was no way these guys were gonna lose on his 200th game. That signals to me respect for their captain. And as a captain and a leader, you either have it or you don't, and Toby Greene has it. Man, not only did the Giants withstand the Cat's last quarter fight back, they kept going. Adam Kingsley just told them to just play like their lives depended on it. And they never stopped fighting and they never stopped trying to score. Whitfield, Green, and Ward were all awesome, as were Daniels, Riccardi, and Hogan. And let's not forget Idun down back. And what about Briggs in the ruck? The plus side for Geelong was the debut of Irishman, Mullin. There were four Irishmen out on an AFL field. The last time four irishmen played on an AFL field, it was a U2 concert.  St. Kilda v Hawthorn Pissed off by all the attention Darcy Moore received last week, James Sicily decided to one up him and play perhaps the best game of his career. Sicily had 15 disposals in the last quarter alone. And a one game suspension for belting Caminiti. Is James Sicily the new Darcy Moore? Will Darcy Moore respond by getting 50 disposals next week? The Hawks outplayed the Saints for three quarters. The way they move the ball does not reflect a team sitting at 16th on the ladder. If this is tanking, then Sam Mitchell is doing a terrible job. Adam Simpson, on the other hand, he's doing just fine. Harley Reid, anyone?  Adelaide v Brisbane Is South Australian football now the most watchable in the competition, with Rashele, Rankin, Rozee, Horne-Francis, Butters.

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