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Blog log from R14 of 2018: Collingwood vs Carlton

Blog log for Collingwood vs Carlton, R14 of 2018

Dunn passes to Thomas on the HFF within range, he goes short to Phillips 35m out near the boundary who doesn’t score. (Q1 1:38)
Kreuzer marks just outside CHF and gets a cheap 50m penalty for encroachment by Daicos for the first goal from point blank range. (Q1 5:08)
Treloar passes to De Goey 40m out near the boundary, who misses. (Q1 7:08)
Ed Curnow passes to Mullett who is running forward in front of Mayne to mark 40m out on a slight angle, he puts that one on line. (Q1 13:08)
Stephenson beats O’Shea to mark a long Crisp ball from the HFF to the top of the square for the first goal for Collingwood for the afternoon. (Q1 16:53)
Cripps leaps over a big pack at the hotspot to pinch a mark off Rowe who looked better positioned, he steers that one through. (Q1 20:39)
Stephenson leads up from the square ahead of Jones to mark 40m out in the corridor for his second goal. (Q1 22:43)
Kennedy is claimed HTB by Maynard for Carlton after the next bounce, Treloar scoots away and passes to Mihocek who marks over O’Shea 40m out on a slight angle and kicks truly. (Q1 24:55)
Hoskin-Elliott sets up Stephenson for a snap from the pocket 20m out but his Daicos attempt from 20m skids across the face. (Q2 1:56)
Cox marks easily in front of Daisy Thomas net to the hotspot, he makes no mistake with the set shot and starts a melee for good measure. (Q2 3:38)
A lull as Plowman is stretchered off. (Q2 8:33)
Wright marks 40m out on the flank, his set shot is wide and short and rushed. (Q2 17:09)
Rowe runs back with the flight to the hotspot and marks a Simpson pass, he gets a 50m penalty to ensure the goal. (Q2 20:00)
Wright catches Pendlebury over the shoulder on the boundary 40m out after a stoppage. Pendles threads the needle in typically laconic fashion, quality in a turgid affair! (Q2 25:18)
Wright gives wide from the hotspot towards the flank where Garlett shoots wide from 20m. (Q3 1:06)
Ed Curnow leads in front of Maynard to the pocket to mark a Silvagni pass 30m out. Tough set shot from there… he passes to Cripps 25m out on the flank, who kicks dead straight. (Q3 5:51)
CHarlie Curnow holds off Scharenberg to mark a long ball from the HFF to the square with his right mitt to kick the go-ahead goal! (Q3 8:38)
Treloar receives from Crisp at half forward and has space for a run, bounce and snap from 40m on a slight angle, Pies back in the lead with that goal! (Q3 10:38)
Stephenson intercepts Jones at the Pie hotspot and sends through another one to steady the team. (Q3 12:00)
Appleby passes to Hoskin-Elliott in the pocket 30m out, O’Shea holds to give away an obvious free, WHE shoots across the face. (Q3 17:01)
O’Shea catches Daicos high 40m out near the boundary but the kid’s set shot is marked in relief in the square by Cripps. (Q3 19:46)
Grundy misses a flying snap from congestion on the HFF. (Q3 23:01)
Hoskin-Elliott takes a screamer over a pack 20m out in front and pops through another one for the Maggies, after a series of repeat inside 50s. (Q3 23:46)
Charlie Curnow beats Howe to marks a Fisher kick from the wing to just outside the hotspot for his second goal. (Q3 25:15)
De Goey marks a Crisp kick in front of Jones 40m out on a slight angle for the first goal of Q4. (Q4 0:59)
Charlie Curnow is over the back to mark a long O’Brien pass from the wing in the pocket 25m out, he squeezes the set shot inside the far goalpost. (Q4 6:00)
Lamb holds Hoskin-Elliott for an obvious free as they wait for a long Pendlebury ball to the top of the square, easy goal. (Q4 8:01)
Hoskin-Elliott leaps over Dale Thomas to mark a Stephenson kick from the HFF to the square for another one. Now it is junk time. (Q4 12:16)
Cripps marks and boots his third goal from the hotspot, technically still in touch but the Blues have very little chance on the flow of the game. (Q4 15:15)
Langdon misses a running snap from the HFF. (Q4 19:18)

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