LISTEN
Watch
on air now
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

GAME DAY: Adelaide v Geelong at Adelaide Oval | 3AW Radio

THE WASH-UP

Geelong captain Joel Selwood spoke to 3AW Football on Saturday afternoon.

He said the players felt for Patrick Dangerfield and all the attention he was receiving in the lead-up to the match.

Click play to hear the full interview

=======

Geelong backman Harry Taylor spoke to 3AW Football after the match.

Taylor said the Cats defence was unsettled after Tom Lonergan’s early injury, but he was happy with how they responded.

Click play to hear Taylor in the rooms

=======

=======

FULL TIME

Geelong has held firm for a 26-point win on the back of four Steven Motlop goals.

Patrick Dangerfield won 22 contested possessions and laid 11 tackles against his old side.

Click play for analysis from Lloydy and Shawry

Click play for match highlights

=======

HALF TIME

Geelong leads by 12 behinds.

The Cats have had just about all of the play, but wayward kicking in front of goal has left them unable to capitalise where it matters.

Patrick Dangerfield leads the way for the Cats with 17 disposals and four clearances, however his overall impact has been limited.

Click play for the half time wrap with Matthew Lloyd and Tony Shaw

=======

Adelaide Chairman Rob Chapman told 3AW he has not residual angst towards Dangerfield.

‘We got a good trade for him, as good as we could have expected, and we move on,’ Chapman said.

‘He’s playing really good football. Good on him.’ 

Click play to hear Chapman in full

=======

Geelong assistant Blake Caracella told 3AW Football Patrick Dangerfield will rise to the occasion.

‘He loves the big stage – all champions do,’ Caracella said.

Click play to hear Caracella in full

=======

Adelaide fans have had May 13 circled on their calendars ever since the fixture was released.

It’s the return of superstar Patrick Dangerfield.

But there’s plenty more at stake for the Crows beyond bragging rights. They’ve won just one of their last three, and another loss puts their spot in the eight in jeopardy.

The Cats, on the other hand, are nipping at the heels of the undefeated Kangaroos, and will take top spot off them (temporarily, at least) if they win.

The stakes are high, and the 3AW match call will be as good as the action!

TODAY’S LINE-UP from 6PM: Matthew Lloyd, Tony Shaw, Nathan Brown, Bruce Eva, Nick Butler, and Sam ‘Scoop’ McClure.

HOW TO LISTEN ONLINE

PRE-GAME: 3AW App or click here

MATCH STREAM: AFL app or website

POST-MATCH REVIEW: 3AW App or click here

BELOW: Follow live commentary highlights throughout the weekend.

Advertisement