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The Pies blow away the Saints by 41 points

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  • Leigh Matthews, Daniel Harford, Caroline Wilson, Tim Lane, Tony Leonard and Jacqui Reed from midday.

Collingwood has put in commanding final term where they kicked six goals to one to beat the Saints by 41 points.

The game was close throughout with St Kilda dominating in large portions of the second and third quarter but were unable to match the Pies in the final term.

Travis Varcoe has been reported for his hit on St Kilda’s Ed Phillips late in the first term. Phillips was cleared of concussion which could work in Varcoe’s favour.

Click PLAY below to hear the commentary team’s call of the incident:

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Its halftime at the MCG and Collingwood are five points in front. Kicking accuracy has been key in the first half with Collingwood entering the main break 5 points in front. The Saints dominated the most of the second quarter but simply could not make it count on the scoreboard.

Click PLAY below hear the Halftime Wrap:

Collingwood CEO Mark Anderson joined the commentary team earlier and discussed the Adam Goodes documentary, The Final Quarter, Sam Murray and the difficulties and lessons learnt with having a President who is a member of the media.

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Political commentator and Collingwood fan, Barry Cassidy joined the team prior to the game today. Barry previewed the Federal Election and reflected on Bob Hawke’s legacy.

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Collingwood will be looking to maintain their ladder pressure on Geelong whereas St Kilda will be hoping to break a three-match losing streak.

Last week Collingwood were at the times vulnerable to Carlton’s pressure but managed to get away with the win but the injury-plagued Saints could not keep with the Eagles and lost by 18 points.

When they last met the Pies won by 28 points with Jordan De Goey kicking a career best six goals.


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