There were loads of talking points to come out of round five. ANZAC Day, an enthralling contest between the Hawks and the Roos, the Tigers stumbling at the death again, West Coast’s ongoing struggles and Port’s ongoing triumphs. There was fierce debate about goal umpire positioning, the review system, and Shane Mumford’s facial hair. ACL injuries abound, and Ahmed Saad takes more time to walk into goal than Phileas Fogg takes to traverse the world.
A round that belonged to two players, Joel Selwood and Travis Cloke.
Jason Dunstall referred to the opening quarter of the clash as “the perfect start for the Dees”. You know you haven’t been doing well lately when losing by 8 points at quarter time is now deemed a perfect start.
I don’t want to knock the Terminator, but if they had sent Justin Westhoff, and told him Sarah Connor was an Adelaide supporter, then he would’ve got the job done.
If Geelong is a Krueger, Voorhees and Myers hybrid, then the Demons are the annoying teenager who dreams of camping in remote locations on Halloween.