Goal kicking still needs work

"Sorry to all our fans at home - I know how you're feeling because I'm feeling the same," Craig McRae said post-match.

"It's a part of our game we just need to get right.

"(Being inaccurate in front of goal) is going to cost us - it has put us in situations where we have to fight for every inch.

"The message at half time was that we need to value the little things, this game is about small margins... go back and take your set shot."

Heart-stopping win streak continues

The last few rounds have seen us defending leads to claim narrow wins, while on Saturday night we were attacking until the dying seconds.

"There's a level of trust that no matter what situation we're in, we know what we need to do," Fly said.

"(Round 16) was different to the last few games, in the others we were hanging on, whereas tonight we were a couple of goals down and we had to fight back.

"There's great belief in the group."

Daicos dynasty?

Collingwood supporters have years of superb footy to look forward to with both Daicos brothers on the park.

Nick notched up 37 disposals, six intercepts and seven score involvements, while Josh finished with six marks and three goals - one directly assisted by his brother.

"Nick and Josh were pretty special," Fly said.

"Nick is an exceptional talent, (the Suns) tried to stifle his influence in the third term so we thought we'd move him forward.

"He went into a stoppage and started to organise others - he's in his first year.

"He sees things others don't see, he's an elite decision maker."

Top eight not set in stone

We've climbed to sixth position on the ladder after six consecutive wins but Craig McRae is keeping the lid firmly in place.

"We are process driven... bottom eight sides are still beating top eight sides," he said when prompted about finals.

"We can nil afford to take our eye off the ball, we need to keep getting better."

"On Monday we will get back to work and think about this week's opposition."

Ginnivan important again

In a match marred by errors, Ginni again proved he's one of our most reliable goal kickers when he booted three before half time.

His highlights included a brilliant left foot snap and a perfect around-the-corner set shot from the pocket.