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Blog log from P1 of 2020: Fremantle vs Carlton

Blog log for Fremantle vs Carlton, P1 of 2020

McCarthy lands a set shot from 35m near the boundary just the right side of the goal line for the first of the evening. (Q1 3:27)
Newman marks and misses from the HFF. (Q1 4:57)
Schulz converts a set shot from 50m on a slight angle. (Q1 8:27)
Martin leaps in front of two Dockers to mark 25m out on the flank and kicks his first goal in navy blue. (Q1 11:06)
Schulz intercepts a Jones kick across the centre and the Blues have no one to chase him, he runs to 50m on a slight angle and rolls through the goal. (Q1 24:28)
Casboult, who has a shockingly dirty moustache this year, misses a set shot from deep in the pocket 20m out. (Q1 26:38)
De Koning receives in the pocket, has Hughes diving at his boot but gets a snap off and threads it from 20m! (Q2 2:49)
After Schulz drops Simpson then Docherty flies in as third man to reverse the free, the Docker passes short to Aish who goals from 45m on a slight angle. (Q2 6:09)
Kreuzer receives from Kennedy in midfield, trots to half forward and passes to Lang 45m out on a slight angle, who converts. (Q2 8:54)
Acres passes to the lead of McCarthy 35m out on the flank, who misses. (Q2 14:09)
Sturt pulls a Hayden Ballantyne special, scragging Weitering and drawing a free for a rabbit punch by Newman in the pocket 20m out for a classic opportunist goal. (Q2 17:24)
Polson is caught HTB on the flank 40m out after spinning out of a Brayshaw challenge into a Bewley tackle. The latter misses. (Q2 21:16)
Colyer is front and centre for a Taberner contest at the hotspot to a Lobb bomb, but his quick snap wobbles wide right. (Q2 23:18)
Schulz marks 35m out on a slight angle as the Dockers lock in the kick in, he kicks truly. (Q2 23:38)
Williamson misses a flying snap from the HFF. (Q2 26:47)
Silvagni fumbles the crumb from a Casboult contest to a Martin kick near the hotspot but gets a contact free on Duman… then sprays the soda. (Q2 28:24)
Taberner beats Jones to mark at the top of the square just before the HT siren but his set shot is even worse than Silvagni’s. Two poor teams playing today. (Q2 31:35)
Cerra marks 40m out in front for the first goal of Q3. (Q3 0:32)
Casboult has the sit over Hughes and clunks a long Curnow ball to the pocket 20m out for his first goal. (Q3 2:20)
Matera marks a soccer kick from midfield to 40m out in front, but just misses. (Q3 4:02)
Crowden passes from outside CHF to the lead of Dixon at the hotspot, who kicks truly. (Q3 5:29)
Curnow hits the post from a snap on the run 35m out on the flank. (Q3 7:03)
Cuningham roves at the top of the square but his snap is off hands for a point, poor decision by him not to baulk clear. (Q3 10:41)
Curnow finally gets a shot online after roving as the Blues bomb the ball back in to another big pack at the hotspot. (Q3 11:32)
Cuningham runs up the wing on a fast break and hits Gibbons over the back of Watson 35m out on a slight angle. Gibbons goes back for the set shot, and misses. (Q3 17:03)
Acres passes to Banfield on the wing, a 50m penalty for encroachment takes him to 35m on a slight angle for a goal. (Q4 0:55)
Banfield gets a holding free on Williamson in a pack 20m out on the flank, he goals again. (Q4 4:12)
Polson is pinged for encroachment to bring Lobb from wing to 40m on a slight angle, the Docker caps off a good day with a goal. (Q4 11:11)
Casboult marks in front of Logue in a pack 35m out on a slight angle but misses left. (Q4 12:41)
Schulz marks 30m out on a slight angle and boots goal number four. (Q4 16:41)
Duman roves a loose kick by Dow but misses off a step from 40m on the flank. (Q4 18:27)
Lang marks in the pocket 20m out but shoots across the face. (Q4 23:16)
Silvagni beats two to mark in much the same spot, he also misses badly but to the near side this time. (Q4 24:16)
Matera bounces a pass to Colyer who has a few steps on a chasing Williamson, he steadies and goals from 40m on the flank. (Q4 28:04)
Matera blazes wide off the left from the hotspot. (Q4 29:39)

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