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Thursday, 4 April 2019

Cats cult hero's hilarious post-win revelation


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Geelong's new recruits have shined once again as it continued an unbeaten start to the 2019 season with a 24-point win over Adelaide.

The Cats used a six-goal opening term to get away to an early break before holding off a second-half surge from the Crows to run out 14. 15. (99) to 10. 15. (75) winners at the Adelaide Oval.

Teenage forward Gryan Miers was outstanding finishing with three goals, while fellow recruit Gary Rohan continued his strong start to the season with two goals.

Following his terrific performance, Miers revealed that he had forgotten his boots when arriving to the ground.

Gryan Miers

"Today I actually forgot my boots and brought the wrong ones but it seemed to work out for me on the big stage," he told Seven.

"It's so much fun playing with a bunch of boys in this new energised forward line. We're loving it out there.

"Three weeks and three wins, couldn't ask for much more."

19-year-old midfielder Charlie Constable continued his excellent start to the season and to his AFL career with 23 possessions, while first-round pick Jordan Clark added 12 touches and a goal.

Gary Rohan

Patrick Dangerfield was outstanding against his former team, leading all Geelong players with 32 possesions and a goal.

Following the gusty win against the Crows which came on the back of a five-day break, Geelong skipper Joel Selwood praised the impact of the team's young players.

"They have (impressed) but we've trained them up really well in their pre-season," Selwood told Seven.

"We've just got to keep fighting and they're doing a hell of a job right now."

More to come

Geelong's new recruits have shined once again as it continued an unbeaten start to the 2019 season with a 24-point win over Adelaide.

The Cats used a six-goal opening term to get away to an early break before holding off a second-half surge from the Crows to run out 14. 15. (99) to 10. 15. (75) winners at the Adelaide Oval.

Teenage forward Gryan Miers was outstanding finishing with three goals, while fellow recruit Gary Rohan continued his strong start to the season with two goals.

Following his terrific performance, Miers revealed that he had forgotten his boots when arriving to the ground.

Gryan Miers

"Today I actually forgot my boots and brought the wrong ones but it seemed to work out for me on the big stage," he told Seven.

"It's so much fun playing with a bunch of boys in this new energised forward line. We're loving it out there.

"Three weeks and three wins, couldn't ask for much more."

19-year-old midfielder Charlie Constable continued his excellent start to the season and to his AFL career with 23 possessions, while first-round pick Jordan Clark added 12 touches and a goal.

Gary Rohan

Patrick Dangerfield was outstanding against his former team, leading all Geelong players with 32 possesions and a goal.

Following the gusty win against the Crows which came on the back of a five-day break, Geelong skipper Joel Selwood praised the impact of the team's young players.

"They have (impressed) but we've trained them up really well in their pre-season," Selwood told Seven.

"We've just got to keep fighting and they're doing a hell of a job right now."

More to come

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