Collingwood have overcome their own wastefulness to ease past GWS by 32 points and consolidate their top-four spot in skipper Steph Chiocci’s 50th AFLW game.
The Magpies dominated from the outset, smashing the Giants around the contest, but their inaccuracy kept the match alive until they kicked away in the second half to prevail 6.10 (46) to 2.2 (14).
“We had territory dominance so we had the ball in our front half a lot today, gave ourselves plenty of opportunities,” Magpies coach Steve Symonds said.
“Again, a bit similar to the story of the last couple of weeks.
“We’re not hitting the scoreboard as far as kicking goals, a lot of points at the moment.”
“We just need reward for effort, to try and fix that area up.”
The victory keeps Collingwood level with Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne on 24 points, behind the top trio on percentage, and a full game clear of top-four chasers Geelong and…