AFL finals 2023 LIVE updates: Collingwood builds lead over Demons; Brayshaw knocked out in Maynard collision
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Brody Mihocek has kicked the first goal of the second term following a mark 40m or so from goal.
He converted his set shot and Collingwood has kicked three-straight goals.
The Demons look well off their best right now.
Pies 33, Dees 6 with 14 mins to go in Q2.
Fox Footy and Channel Seven’s experts all think Brayden Maynard won’t have a case to answer after this collision knocked out Angus Brayshaw but I reckon he is likely to be sent straight to the tribunal for reckless conduct.
Time will tell if that happens.
Collingwood have the lead and the ascendancy after the opening term as the Demons deals with the pain of losing midfielder Angus Brayshaw to concussion following a collision with Brayden Maynard.
The Magpies are dominating the contests and field position while the Demons look to have lost some focus.
Collingwood have kept their collective cool while Melbourne has not and it is showing on the scoreboard.
Darcy Cameron pushed forward, took a mark and then kicked the goal.
This could get beyond the Demons if they don’t find a way to win the footy.
Magpies 26, Demons 6 with 20 secs to go in Q1.
Jack Crisp has booted as brilliant set shot from the left boundary line.
The Demons need a response.
Magpies 20, Demons 6 with two mins left in Q1.
Jacob Van Rooyen could have a nervous wait post game after his elbow made contact with Dan McStay’s chin during a contest for the footy.
It looked more reckless than deliberate but either way, nervous times for the young forward.
McStay has gone off for a concussion test.
Magpies 14, Demons 6 with six mins left in Q1.
Jack Viney and Maynard have broken out into a wrestle as Brayshaw is stretchered off the ground.
Maynard is fuming about whatever was said and Viney’s jumper has been ripped apart.
Play has now resumed, De Goey is back on Collingwood’s bench too.