GEELONG will attempt to ride its fresh wave of momentum as its tackles a month crucial to hopes of keeping pace with the AFL’s top teams.
The fourth-placed Cats sit 4-2 after backing up a scrappy win over North Melbourne by thrashing West Coast but will travel to take on Sydney, then play Richmond and St Kilda in Melbourne before hosting Gold Coast.
Coach Chris Scott wouldn’t label Geelong’s upcoming month as particularly season-defining – given they then play Collingwood, Port Adelaide, the Western…
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