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Blog log from R7 of 2020: Hawthorn vs Melbourne

Blog log for Hawthorn vs Melbourne, R7 of 2020

Scully passes to the lead of Gunston in front of May near the boundary 30m out who threads the needle for the first goal of the afternoon. (Q1 1:00)
Sicily runs up the wing after cutting off a Demon attack at half back, he gets dumped after handballing, downfield free to Lewis at CHF who misses. (Q1 5:15)
Bennell passes to the pocket for Fritsch 20m out, who screws his set shot into the post. (Q1 5:43)
Gunston centres from the pocket to Morris near the hotspot after a fast rebound, who hits the post. (Q1 7:45)
Fritsch wins a HTB free on Stratton 35m out on the boundary but misses. (Q1 13:37)
Hannan catches Burgoyne HTB 45m out on the flank, his set shot flirts with the left goalpost but falls inside for the first goal for Melbourne. (Q1 15:32)
Viney gets a set shot from 30m on the flank which he converts, after catching O’Meara HTB. (Q1 18:31)
Viney passes to Fritsch on the lead ahead of Frawley 45m out on the flank. The goal umpire arches his back and watches the set shot sail over his peaked cap. (Q1 22:01)
Melksham passes from the HFF to the pocket for Petracca 20m out, who screws across the face. (Q2 6:22)
Melbourne’s numbers in the corridor win out in some broken play, Bennell gives Hannan a Joe the Goose special at the end of it. (Q2 7:50)
Gawn intercepts in defence and the Demons switch for a quick rebound around members wing, Petracca has Weidemann over the back for another one for the rampaging Dees! (Q2 10:14)
Burgoyne roves a Gunston contest 25m out on the flank and gives to O’Meara who snaps truly, after the Hawks get the centre clearance. (Q2 11:36)
Jackson gives to Bennell who has space and time for a running snap from 35m on the flank, that one sails through. (Q2 13:51)
Pickett receives from Viney and snaps the next Melbourne goal, the Hawks have no answer to irrepressible run by the Demons. (Q2 17:34)
McDonald just gets back to rush a Minchington snap from the boundary 40m out. (Q2 22:36)
Viney runs away from the first centre bounce of Q3 and misses from 50m on a slight angle. (Q3 0:16)
May spoils a Shiels ball to Burgoyne at the hotspot but Burgoyne butters up and hits the post. (Q3 1:31)
Scully passes to the lead of Gunston 40m out on a slight angle, the goal umpire does not move as the set shot clears him. (Q3 2:19)
Two Dees spoil Gunston but the crumb falls over the back where Wingard roves and runs into the open goal. (Q3 7:08)
Minchington thieves a handball from Hibberd but misses from a pack 30m out on the flank. (Q3 9:10)
Petracca passes to Harmes 40m out on the flank after a rebound around outer wing by hand at top speed. Harmes misses left. (Q3 10:22)
The Dees rebound up the guts at pack and get the loose man going, Fritsch feeds Weideman a Joe the Goose special. (Q3 13:26)
Worpel is pinged for a hold on Melksham 40m out on a slight angle, the ex-Don punches the free kick low and straight. (Q3 17:10)
Brayshaw hits the lead of Weideman 40m out in the corridor, who misses. (Q3 20:24)
Weideman doesn’t mark at the hotspot but catches the bobbling ball and gives a Joe the Goose special to Jackson. (Q3 22:29)
Melbourne dominates the next centre clearance, Bennell passes to Pickett 30m out on the flank whose set shot is straight as a die. Demons on FIYAH! (Q3 24:08)
Petracca marks 45m out on a slight angle for the first garbage time goal of Q4. (Q4 2:57)
Wingard marks a centring ball by Mitchell from the HFF to 40m on a slight angle, despite a heavy challenge by Jetta. He goals, just. (Q4 9:31)
Morris roves and goals from the pocket 20m out. (Q4 12:01)
Fritsch passes to Weideman 20m out on a slight angle who goals again, three for him. (Q4 14:43)
Petracca centres from the pocket between two Hawks to Fritsch who runs into the open goal. Champagne football, that. (Q4 18:20)
Weideman marks 30m out on the flank but hits the post. (Q4 22:23)
Mitchell catches Lockhart HTB in the centre and passes to Gunston 50m out on a slight angle who goals. (Q4 23:47)

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