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Saturday, 6 April 2019

Cameron unstoppable as Giants thrash Tigers


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Jeremy Cameron has cemented his status as one of the most lethal forwards in the game with an outstanding performance against Richmond.

Cameron soldiered on after suffering a right shoulder knock in the first term to finish with seven goals in the Giants' 19. 11. (125) to 10. 16. (76) win at GIANTS Stadium.

The left-footer also added 29 disposals and nine marks in arguably his best career performance to date.

Cameron was ably assisted by Lachie Whitfield who finished with 40 disposals, while Stephen Coniglio finished with 32 disposals.

Jeremy Cameron

Giants star Josh Kelly made a successful return finishing with 22 touches and a goal on the night.

It was a dirty outing for the Tigers who failed to capitalise on an impressive debut performance by Sydney Stack as it fell to 1-2 on the season.

The Tigers, already missing Jack Riewoldt and Alex Rance, lost defender Jayden Short early in the piece with a gruesome elbow dislocation and suffered with the lack of rotation.

Daniel Rioli was also shaken up following a brutal bump from Giants skipper Phil Davis.

Richmond could also be without star midfielder Dustin Martin in Round 4 after he was seen elbowing Giants midfielder Matt de Boer behind the play.

More to come

Jeremy Cameron has cemented his status as one of the most lethal forwards in the game with an outstanding performance against Richmond.

Cameron soldiered on after suffering a right shoulder knock in the first term to finish with seven goals in the Giants' 19. 11. (125) to 10. 16. (76) win at GIANTS Stadium.

The left-footer also added 29 disposals and nine marks in arguably his best career performance to date.

Cameron was ably assisted by Lachie Whitfield who finished with 40 disposals, while Stephen Coniglio finished with 32 disposals.

Jeremy Cameron

Giants star Josh Kelly made a successful return finishing with 22 touches and a goal on the night.

It was a dirty outing for the Tigers who failed to capitalise on an impressive debut performance by Sydney Stack as it fell to 1-2 on the season.

The Tigers, already missing Jack Riewoldt and Alex Rance, lost defender Jayden Short early in the piece with a gruesome elbow dislocation and suffered with the lack of rotation.

Daniel Rioli was also shaken up following a brutal bump from Giants skipper Phil Davis.

Richmond could also be without star midfielder Dustin Martin in Round 4 after he was seen elbowing Giants midfielder Matt de Boer behind the play.

More to come

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