Dylan Shiel has kicked Essendon’s fifth!
Sam Draper grabbed it out of the ruck and kicked it beforehand, after which Shiel gained a defending-the-ball free kick at the top of his 50. He wheeled onto his left and from just within the centre square he launched Essendon’s fifth purpose in a row.
AFL are living updates: Essendon v GWS Giants
Bombers 5.2 (32), Giants 1.four (10)
And the Bombers have merely gained another centre clearance
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti has kicked Essendon’s fourth in a row.
It was once from a boundary throw-in deep within 50 the place ‘Tippa’ tried to win a clearance, however he fumbled the ball and Heath Shaw tackled him without it. He made sure of the set shot.
Bombers four.2 (26), Giants 1.four (10)
Josh Kelly has unnoticed a collection shot, hitting the put up.
Bombers three.2 (20), Giants 1.four (10)
Make that two for Langford.
an out of this world set shot after a diving mark inside the pocket extends Essendon’s result in 12.
Bombers three.2 (20), Giants 1.2 (eight)
Kyle Langford has given the Bombers a six-stage lead after taking a contested one-on-one mark and goalling from a collection shot.
The Bombers worked the ball smartly up the ground, however it certainly was once as soon as the mark inside 50 that gave them every other check out goal.
on the totally different end, the Giants have dropped two beautiful easy marks.
Bombers 2.2 (14), Giants 1.2 (eight)
Essendon has levelled the rankings due to a running objective from Zaharakis.
The Giants went in advance from a free-kick in the centre of the underside and Shane Mumford should have marked 30 metres out, on the other hand the Bombers cleared via McDonald-Tipungwuti, who ran it out of defence and located McKenna, who discovered each different free team mate and Zaharakis was once in a position to kick a operating goal.
Bombers 1.2 (8), Giants 1.2 (8)
Stephen Coniglio bargains the Giants their first purpose, the primary intention of the fit.
They acquired the centre clearance and the ball ended up in Jeremy Cameron’s fingers at half of-forward, and he was able to swing on his left and put it infront of Conilgio, who went once more and nailed the set shot.
Bombers zero.2 (2), Giants 1.2 (eight)
Zach Merrett leads disposals with 12.
Josh Kelly and Tim Taranto have 10 disposals each, Stephen Coniglio has 9 disposals and 4 clearances.
Disposals: Bombers seventy three – Giants 86
inside 50s: Bombers eight – Giants 9
Clearances: Bombers 5 – Giants 15
Contested possessions: Bombers 24 – Giants 32
Possession: Bombers 36% – Giants 43% (in dispute 21%)
A goalless first term between Essendon and GWS Giants.
Brian Taylor feedback that neither workforce wished to take an opportunity within the first quarter of this healthy.