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Collingwood Magpies vs GWS Giants: AFL live scores, blog

26th June, 2022
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Match Complete

GWS Giants


Fourth Quarter
25:55T. Greene
24:37J. Hogan
18:52L. Ash
J. Elliott17:42
15:27J. Hogan
13:26T. Greene
B. Mihocek12:06
O. Henry8:50
D. Cameron7:13
5:10J. Riccardi
O. Henry4:24
3:19J. Kelly
0:52J. Riccardi
D. Cameron28:13
J. Elliott25:19
M. Cox23:12
B. McCreery21:21
J. Daicos18:43
17:40S. Coniglio
J. Ginnivan16:16
11:25J. Hogan
J. Daicos10:20
J. Daicos8:18
O. Henry6:08
T. Adams4:46
2:45T. Green
J. Elliott1:01
J. Ginnivan24:30
S. Sidebottom23:03
B. Mihocek15:32
B. Mihocek8:20
B. Mihocek4:41
J. Ginnivan3:43
B. McCreery27:38
B. Mihocek25:49
24:54N. Haynes
J. Elliott20:57
J. Elliott17:27
14:07N. Haynes
10:58L. Whitfield
10:18L. Keeffe
S. Sidebottom9:37
4:30J. Kelly
3:00J. Hogan
P. Lipinski1:06

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Collingwood will finish Round 15 in the top eight if they can get the job done over a vastly improved GWS outfit today. Join The Roar for live scores and rolling coverage from 3:20pm (AEST).

The Magpies are running hot at the moment, having headed into their bye with four consecutive wins, three over top-four hopefuls Melbourne, Fremantle and Carlton.

However, their time away has been engulfed in controversy, with Jordan De Goey’s trip to Bali causing headlines aplenty, and forcing the Magpies star to take time away from the game.

Replacing him is debutant Isaac Chugg, with the Pies to hope De Goey’s game-breaking influence and power through the middle can be replaced.

The Giants have quickly become one of the most exciting teams in the AFL since interim coach Mark McVeigh replaced Leon Cameron at the helm. Big wins over West Coast and North Melbourne have been interspersed with high-scoring losses to Brisbane and the Western Bulldogs, with today offering another major test.


Gun midfielder Tim Taranto and vital key back Phil Davis are welcome additions to the Giants’ line-up, with four changes made. The biggest absentee is ruckman Braydon Preuss, suspended and with an ankle injury out of last week’s loss to the Bulldogs, forcing former Pie Lachlan Keeffe to ruck solo against the in-form Darcy Cameron.


Expect a high-scoring affair in what looms as a very dangerous match for the Pies’ final aspirations. GWS have not been too keen on defending and managing games lately, preferring to back their impressive attack and allowing their young talent to flourish.

Collingwood do have a solid back six that may be able to prevent those attacking waves from being converted into a significant score, and with their own free-wheeling and bold attack, should have the measure of the Giants in a crucial game for their season.


Collingwood by 26 points.

Game information

Opening bounce: 3:20pm (AEST)
Venue: MCG
TV: Fox Footy, Channel 7
Live streamKayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Magpies $1.42, Giants $2.90 (odds via PlayUp)



B: B. Maynard, D. Moore, I. Quaynor

HB: S. Pendlebury (c), J. Howe, I. Chugg

C: N. Murphy, J. Crisp, J. Daicos

HF: J. Elliott, B. Mihocek, B. McCreery


F: J. Ginnivan, D. Cameron, T. Adams

FOLL: M. Cox, P. Lipinski, N. Daicos

I/C: J. Noble, O. Henry, S. Sidebottom, W. Hoskin-Elliott

EMG: T. Brown, T. Ruscoe, C. Poulter, A. Begg


IN: Chugg

OUT: De Goey


B: C. Idun, S. Taylor, I. Cumming

HB: A. Kennedy, N. Haynes, L. Ash

C: L. Whitfield, T. Green, C. Ward

HF: S. Coniglio (c), H. Himmelberg, J. Riccardi

F: D. Lloyd, J. Hogan, T. Greene (c)

FOLL: L. Keeffe, J. Kelly (c), X. O’Halloran

I/C: P. Davis, T. Bruhn, J. Wehr, T. Taranto

EMG: J. Brander, K. Briggs, W. Derksen, C. Brown

IN: Lloyd, Davis, Taranto, O’Halloran

OUT: Preuss, Peatling, Angwin, Sproule

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