Hawthorn’s Dylan Moore.Credit:AFL Photos
A considerable portion of the damage was also dealt from the back half, where Scrimshaw and Blake Hardwick cut off Collingwood surges and launched attacking chains of their own, the former even drifting forward and booting the third goal of his career at the end of the first term.
The Magpies had another antagonist to contend with – themselves. Though the clanger count was on even terms, the Hawks scored nine of their opening 10 goals from turnovers, and feasted on the Pies’ inability to protect the ball beyond the halfway point of the ground.
Collingwood’s issues quickly compounded in the third term, and when Hawthorn booted four of quarter’s first five goals, the Hawks looked like a side playing on the spirit of Clarkson’s premiership teams of the past.
MOORE YEARS FOR DYLAN
The out-of-contract Dylan Moore has shown his worth on more than a few occasions this season,
Shaun Burgoyne. Credit:Getty Images
and sent another message to the Hawks’ list management on Sunday. The small forward finished with a pair of majors and 11 score involvements, and despite standing at just 176 centimetres, took an eye-opening contested mark …….