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VFL: Follow our clash with Williamstown

Tiarne Swersky  July 15, 2017 12:30 PM

"He could have kicked 4 or 5" Watch VFL coach Jared Rivers and VFL President Marcus Wagner discuss Collingwood's impressive victory over Geelong at Simonds Stadium on Saturday.
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Rupert Wills had 33 touches in Collingwood's last VFL game against Geelong. Photo: Shane Barrie.

After an impressive outing against Geelong last week, Collingwood’s VFL side will set out to extend its three-game winning streak when it meets Williamstown at Victoria Park this afternoon.

The Pies sit only one game out of the top eight, and a win against the third-placed Seagulls would see them claim their third top-four scalp in the past month.

A host of AFL-listed Pies will take the field for the Black and White, with forward Mason Cox and midfielder Tim Broomhead headlining the inclusions for the VFL Pies.

Midfielder James Aish will be looking to back up his best afield performance (28 disposals, eight tackles, one goal) against the Cats last week.

Small forward Kayle Kirby leads the VFL’s goal kicking with 27 majors, and will no doubt be looking to continue with his impressive form.

Defender Josh Smith will not take the field at Victoria Park after travelling as the carry-over player for Collingwood’s AFL clash against the Gold Coast Suns.

The in-form Pies will meet the red-hot Seagulls, who have won four of their past five games.

VFL ROUND 13
Collingwood v Williamstown
Saturday 15 July, 1pm
Victoria Park


COLLINGWOOD'S SQUAD
B: Jackson Ramsay, Sam McLarty, Liam Mackie
HB: Tom Phillips, Henry Schade, Marty Hore
C: Jesse White, Jack Hellier, James Aish
HF: Tim Broomhead, Chris Mayne, Josh Daicos
F: Kayle Kirby, Mason Cox, Lachlan Keeffe
Foll: Max Lynch, Rupert Wills, Callum Brown
Int (from): Gus Borthwick, Lachlan Tardrew, Ryan Pendlebury, Kye Beveridge, Campbell Lane

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