Blog log from R14 of 2020: Fremantle vs Western Sydney

Darcy roves a Brayshaw contest 25m out on the flank but snaps wide off the left. (Q1 1:25)
Himmelberg goes back with the flight to mark a nice pass by Hopper from the wing over Cox to 40m out on the flank. His set shot doesn’t score. (Q1 3:38)
Himmelberg beats Cox again to mark 40m out near the boundary, he’s had a sighter and this set shot sails straight through for the first goal of the afternoon. (Q1 6:35)
Riccardi marks the next centre clearance 45m out in front, Coniglio was the kicker. His set shot starts left and stays left. (Q1 8:13)
Coniglio kicks inside 50 from the wing, Cox goes back but Cameron rises over him to mark 40m out on the flank and steers through his first goal. (Q1 10:18)
Another centre clearance by the Giants with this one coming off the boot of Kelly, another mark by Cameron 45m out in front for his second goal! GWS has the jump. (Q1 11:58)
The ball has barely travelled forward of centre for Fremantle, they are nowhere. (Q1 12:14)
Kennedy clears from a stoppage on the HFF, Riccardi marks 25m out on a slight angle and kicks his first goal. (Q1 17:08)
Taberner marks a high Mundy kick near the behind post over Haynes for his first goal. (Q1 22:38)
Taranto hooks through a set shot from 45m on a slight angle for the first goal of Q2, after Freo had most of the play in the first half of the quarter. (Q2 7:19)
Ian Hill falls on a crumb from a Riccardi contest at the top of the square and Hughes falls on him to concede a free and easy goal. (Q2 10:28)
Bewley roves a centre clearance kick by Lobb to the HFF and snaps off a step from 45m, that one sails through! (Q2 12:08)
Cameron draws a contact free on Ryan for a spoil over his shoulder but misses from 35m on the flank. (Q2 13:37)
Walters hits the post with a set shot from the HFF. (Q2 17:38)
Schulz poicks up a bouncing ball on the HFF and snaps in the one motion from 40m, the ball falls on the goal line where Shaw tries to touch it… and does, on review. Point. (Q2 21:25)
Ian Hill marks on the HFF, plays on and chips a kick from 45m but it goes across the face. (Q3 0:32)
Fyfe passes short to Mundy 50m out on a slight angle, the crowd cheers for him to have a shot and he does… and roosts a big goal! (Q3 1:32)
Mundy mars on the wing after the next centre bounce and gets a 50m penalty on Coniglio for encroachment to bring him near the hotspot… no problem with the set shot, his second! (Q3 3:47)
Ian Hill has a soccer attempt from near the behind post touched through by a diving Ryan. (Q3 7:04)
Riccardi takes a big screamer over a pack 20m out on the flank and boots his second goal, most impressively. (Q3 7:32)
Cameron snaps wide from half forward after receiving outside a pack. (Q3 14:18)
Ryan drops a tough defensive mark over Ian Hill and the crumb falls to the hotspot where Greene roves and gently snaps a floater for a goal. (Q3 15:54)
Lobb intercepts in midfield to start a fast break, Walters roves and gives outside to Henry who snaps a nice finish from 15m, his first goal in senior footy. (Q3 20:33)
Riccardi marks and goals from 20m on a slight angle to keep the Dockers at arm’s length. (Q3 22:18)
Himmelberg passes to Riccardi 35m out on the flank, beating Duman yet again. Goal number four sails through, he’s the difference so far. (Q3 25:03)
Daniels wins a HTB free at a stoppage 40m out on the flank, Cerra powerless under the chicken wing. It’s junk time now, and that’s another one for the rampant GWS. (Q3 27:18)
Cameron kicks off Q4 junk time with a running goal from half forward, the crowd falls as silent as a bilby. (Q4 1:45)
Cameron takes a contested grab 45m out on a slight angle and steers through his fourth. (Q4 6:05)
Greene to Cameron to Ian Hill for a run down the flank, Hill baulks inside and snaps another one from 20m. (Q4 10:09)
Crowden snaps some junk from half forward, to muted applause. (Q4 14:34)
Taberner dribbles through some rubbish from the goal line, and gets a charity cheer from the purple faithful. (Q4 18:21)
Wilson converts a set shot from 45m on a slight angle. (Q4 23:16)

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