From the Collingwood FC Website
Reported by Sam Gastin
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Momentum continues to flow for the VFL Magpies who on Saturday won their ninth consecutive game with a 50-point victory over Geelong.
Five goals to one in the first term set an early pace which was maintained throughout the course of the match.
Collingwood added another five in the second term, before running out winners 13.14 (92) to 5.12 (42).
“It was a good performance by the boys,” returning forward Mason Coxtold Collingwood Media post game.
“We came out on top by quite a bit.”
Having an extra 211cm in the shape of Cox back in the team, the Magpies immediately looked dangerous up forward.
And the ball spent the majority of the first quarter in Collingwood’s forward line, with the midfielders winning the clearances 17-5 before the first break.
After playing 10 consecutive games in the AFL, Cox hasn’t taken the field at all in the last three weeks.
He was rested, then met the US Vice President, then was faced with the VFL bye before taking the field at Victoria Park.