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Blog log from R14 of 2019: Melbourne vs Fremantle

Blog log for Melbourne vs Fremantle, R14 of 2019

Fritsch has time to measure a pass from the HFF and finds Smith to mark untouched in a nest of Dockers 20m out on a slight angle for the first goal. (Q1 2:31)
Mundy gives to Matera who has a few steps to steady for a running shot from 50m on a slight angle off the left boot, that sails through for the first for Fremantle. (Q1 5:47)
Cox chases a crumb that flips over the back from a big pack on the HFF, he gathers and breaks a flying tackle by Gawn to goal from 15m. (Q1 7:06)
Walters misses a long set shot. (Q1 9:28)
Salem clears with a short kick from a stoppage at half forward, Petracca marks strongly in front of Blakely 40m out on a slight angle for his first goal of the arvo. (Q1 15:32)
The Dockers get a loose man on a quick attack from a turnover on the wing, Langdon receives from Switkowski and runs to the hotspot for an unpressured goal. (Q1 18:17)
The Dockers boss the next centre bounce, Tucker passes to Stephen Hill 40m out on a slight angle who tries a pass to Walters in the pocket that doesn’t work, chance lost. (Q1 19:47)
Salem passes to Lockhart 30m out on the flank on the end of a switch play started by Jones intercepting on the wing. Lockhart hangs it right in the rain. (Q1 24:22)
Tucker shoots from the HFF but it bounces out for a throw in near the behind post, from the resultant stoppage Darcy taps down to Walters who rolls it home from 15m. (Q1 27:23)
Fritsch baulks clear outside CHF and delivers a trademark sizzler of a pass to Smith leading to 40m on a slight angle, who hits the post. (Q2 0:30)
Smith kicks from the pocket towards Weideman but the ball rolls past him and turns left for a behind. (Q2 5:59)
Gawn marks a Wagner pass over Darcy on the boundary 45m out but centres and the Dockers rebound. (Q2 8:10)
May reaches over big Cox and rushes a running snap by Conca from 45m in the corridor. (Q2 9:45)
Harmes breaks a Fyfe arm tackle on the HFF and goes to the boundary for Smith to mark in front of Ryan 40m out. Smith shoots OOTF. (Q2 10:56)
Walters gets a contact free on Petty 45m out on a slight angle and strokes through a beautiful set shot. (Q2 12:30)
Apologies for the break in the blog, hopefully we are back for the rest of the day. (Q3 20:08)
Tom McDonald marks a Hunt attempt from the HFF on the behind line and kicks the goal to bring the margin back to a point five minutes before 3QT. (Q3 20:33)
Smith marks deep in the pocket but screws through a behind from 15m to level the scores. (Q3 22:32)
Andrew Brayshaw picks up a bounce pass by Bradley Hill from the HFF and goals from close range after a sensational pick up and pass by Matera on the wing. (Q3 24:08)
Viney gives wide of congestion on the HFF to the corridor where Lockhart baulks past Hughes with a left foot step and pops through the goal from 40m. (Q3 25:23)
McDonald misses a snap from half forward, the ump pays a free against Walters at the Dee hotspot but Jones drops him to reverse it, Freo rebounds up the guts, Matera into the goal! (Q3 29:23)
Viney kicks a speculator to a pack 40m out on a slight angle where Gawn draws a holding free on Duman and wobbles a very ugly set shot just inside the right goalpost. (Q4 0:56)
Langdon runs free down the wing to the HFF after good link work by Cox, he passes to Walters who beats Fritsch to juggle the mark at the hotspot, he goals, another lead change. (Q4 7:42)
Petracca runs away from a stoppage on the wing and feeds Lockhart to run through CHF and shoots from 45m… wide. (Q4 13:45)
Harmes gets away from Fyfe to run to the Demon goalsquare and mark an Angus Brayshaw kick from the HFF for another lead-changing goal. (Q4 15:12)
Langdon fumbles in the BP and is pressured by Oliver, his dump kick to half back is intercepted by McDOnald 50m out on a slight angle, he goals, crowd goes up! (Q4 17:11)
Lockhart has space and time in midfield and McDonald one out with Hamling leading to the pocket, he bounces a pass for McDonald to gather and grubber home from 20m! (Q4 23:12)

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