Richmond’s rise and fall until 2022 will be the last test in a big match defending Melbourne.
Earlier, the Cats crossed north of Melbourne in Hobart, and Brisbane was rewarded with another Q-Clash.
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Against Richmond Melbourne
Billy illuminates the Q-Clash as the lions fly past the sun
Zach Bailey of Brisbane scored six goals in his career to win his seventh consecutive Queensland derby at the Carrara Stadium, beating the Red Coast by 52 points.
Bailey was the Lions’ main performer, rising to 5-1 with a 21.6 (132) – 11.14 (80) victory over the Suns on Sunday.
The 22-year-old scored two goals in his first two runs, including one in the second quarter when he had a wet leg in his right hand.
When Bailey scored his fifth goal early in the third quarter, the Lions opened a comfortable lead in 2018 to maintain their advantage over their neighbors.
Billy’s sixth place in recent times was equal to the goal record of the Queensland derby, according to the previous efforts of Ash McGrath, Charlie Dixon and Charlie Cameron.
Touching only three times in the first half, Cameron made a lasting impression with four goals, while tall forward Joe Daneherr scored three main goals.
Former son Jared Leon is still one day ahead of his previous team, finishing the game with 30 balls at a distance of 852 meters, 13 distractions and 10 fights.
Midfielder Hugh McClegg scored 22 moves and nine goals, while Lincoln McCarthy recorded his 100th game in the AFC Champions League, scoring one goal and 22 touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
The Red Coast, now 2-4, struggled a lot, but withdrew due to some inaccurate finish before the goal.
Despite these mistakes, Nick Holman and employer Levi Casbolt positively discovered three major specialties at the Suns.
Ben Ainsworth (22 assists, one goal and three assists) was the leader among the hosts, as well as Noah Anderson (33 elimination) and Matt Rowell (24 elimination, 13 assists).
Brisbane’s youth team Kai Loma’s second NFL game ended prematurely when Lachey Wheeler suffered an ankle injury in the second quarter after an embarrassing fall in a sliding fight.
Both teams are on their way next weekend and will face Collingwood at the Red Coast MCG, while Brisbane will face the Sydney Swans.
Cats do Roos light work, scoring 10 goals
Jeremy Cameron’s seven-goal record helped Geelong score 60 points over North Melbourne in the Bellerive Oval.
The cats were ruthless on the ball, compensating for the surprise Easter loss between 17.19 (121) and 9.7 (61) from Hawthorn on Monday afternoon.
Cameron scored three goals in the second quarter, including a runner from a tight corner.
The 29-year-old broke the record for most goals scored in a single game at Hobart Stadium last season with a free kick.
Cameron had a chance to win the finals for the eighth time, but missed another chance.
Geelong’s first junior player, Ole Dempsey, who left basketball to return to the field a few years ago, played handball like a few silks to score.
The 19-year-old, who was ranked 15th in the club’s 2021 debut draft, completed his first memorable match by scoring his first goal at the start of the third quarter.
Tom Hawkins joined the event with four goals, while the other five cats scored the main goals in front of 8,663 people.
The first five winners of the match were from Geelong, and 33-year-old Zach Twixi was the first.
Cats are 4-2 in the season, while kangaroos are in parentheses with only one win.
They conceded 74 goals in the last four games.
Geelong seemed to be the better side to finish the opening – only his free kick prevented the advantage at the end of the first quarter before a bigger leap – 25-8.
In the second quarter, the Cats equalized by four to one, and in the third quarter they opened the door with six goals.
When the Kangaroos scored in their NFL debut last season, young Paul Curtis saved something by beating the Cats 5-4.
North Melbourne will then meet Carlton at Docklands Stadium on Saturday, while Geelong will host Fremantle.