Collingwood’s teams have won three out of their four games for the second week in a row in another fantastic weekend for the Club.

The Club’s VFLW side kicked things off with a resounding win against Geelong on Saturday afternoon, while the VFL team narrowly went down against the Northern Bullants on the same day.

The Pies got back on the winners’ list on Sunday first through the AFL side who comfortably defeated West Coast at Marvel Stadium, before the Senior Wheelchair team triumphed against St. Kilda.

VFLW – Collingwood defeated Geelong by 42 points

The Pies limited to Geelong to just one point across the whole game on Saturday at Deakin University to secure their fourth win of the season.

Goals to AFLW forwards Erica Fowler and Sarah Sansonetti kick-started things in the opening term, before Fowler exploded with two more in the second quarter to help her side lead by 25 points at the main break.

The team’s defence continued to hold strong throughout the third term, while Club debutant and pick 8 in last year’s AFLW draft Georgia Clark found the big sticks for the first time.

A second goal to Sarah Sansonetti late in the final term completed a brilliant day for the Pies as they ran out seven-goal winners.

VFLW-listed stars Jaide Anthony (22 disposals) and Sarah Ingram (21 touches) starred through the midfield, while Clark was fantastic in her first game with 16 disposals and a goal.

The Pies now sit eighth on the ladder after eight games, however with Sydney and GWS not eligible for finals, effectively sit sixth on the ladder.

AFL – Collingwood defeated West Coast by 66-points

It was a brilliant Mother’s Day at Marvel for the Pies as they ran out 11-goal winner against the Eagles on Sunday.

The Pies started with a bang through an 11-goal first half, headlined by three to 21-year-old Fin Macrae and a career-first major for debutant Joe Richards.


Richards had 14 disposals in a blistering first half as the Pies took a 55-point lead into the main break.

Midfield trio Nick Daicos, Jack Crisp, and Scott Pendlebury were all running hot and things didn’t change in the third term as Reef McInnes kicked his second of three goals for the day, while Bobby Hill also found the big sticks for a second time.

A slower final term saw Josh Daicos be the only goal-kicker however the imperious first half had already set up the win.

Daicos (36 disposals) and Crisp (32 disposals) were the pick of the Pies’ midfield, while Darcy Cameron (24 disposals and 19 hit outs) continued his brilliant 2024.

The win was the Pies’ fifth of the year and saw the jump into the top eight for the first time in 2024.

Collingwood will now take on Adelaide at the MCG in Sir Doug Nicholls Round next Saturday.


VWFL – Collingwood defeated St Kilda by 26 points

Collingwood’s Senior Wheelchair team has kicked off its 2024 season with back-to-back wins as they triumphed over St Kilda on Sunday.

A six-goal to one opening term set up the win, with the Pies piling on another three goals in the second quarter to lead by 40 points at the main break.

Skipper Ben Jankovski was leading from the font and snagged three goals once again, however the Saints mounted a comeback in the second half.

The margin was brought back to within five goals, however the Pies held strong to continue an unbeaten start to the year.

Patrick McKay lead the goal-scoring with five goals, while Anthony Perito (three) and Martyn Ford (two) joined Jankovski as the other multiple goal-scorers.

The Pies will take on Richmond next Sunday in Round Four.

VFL – Collingwood defeated by Nothern Bullants by seven points

Despite a strong first three quarters, Collingwood narrowly went down to the Nothern Bullants on Saturday after a strong fight back.

The Pies started well through goals to Nathan Krueger and Ash Johnson, while Charlie Dean set up his day with five marks in the first quarter alone.

VFL veteran Tom Wilson kicked his first goal of the day against his former side midway through the second term to keep momentum rolling, while Johnson kicked his second as the Pies led by 11 points at half time.

A scrappy quarter from both sides in the third term saw the Pies only managed one goal, however they did extend their lead out to 23 points with a quarter remaining.

A Ryan Sparkes long bomb early in the final quarter was a positive for the midfielder who had a fantastic afternoon, however the Bullants took control from there.

Five goals in the final term was enough for the Bullants to take the lead and eventually run out seven-point winners.

Charlie Dean was the Pies’ standout with a whopping 14 marks for the day – nine of which were intercepts.


AFL-listed defenders Jakob Ryan (20 disposals, seven marks) and Wil Parker (16 touches, three tackles) were also strong.

Collingwood will now take on Werribee at Victoria Park this Saturday before they have their first bye of the season.