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Grand final 2022: Every Geelong Cats and Sydney Swans goal scored in AFL decider

Q1: GEELONG 6.5 (41) SYDNEY 1.0 (6)

9.10 After missing the opening set shot, Tom Hawkins took possession from the ruck and snapped it around his body for the first goal. GEEL 7-0.

14.43 Cats spearhead made it back-to-back goals to open the decider after another inside 50 stoppage led to a snap that sailed through. GEEL 13-0.

16.25 Sydney called for a goal, Will Hayward answered. The forward crumbed the ball from a stoppage to put the Swans on the board. GEEL 13-6.

18.09 A mismatch between Mark Blicavs (Geelong) and Luke Parker (Sydney) led to the Cats big man kicking his side’s third. GEEL 19-6.

19.22 Isaac Smith gave Geelong a three-goal buffer as the Cats’ first-quarter blitz kicked into gear. GEEL 25-6.

21.38 Smith breaks a tackle to get his second in three minutes. Swans well and truly on the back foot. GEEL 31-6.

26.49 Long-sleeved Brad Close slots another, giving the Cats their sixth opening-term goal to the Swans’ one. GEEL 38-6.

Q2: Geelong 9.8 (62) Sydney 4.2 (26)

4.29 Rushed kick out of Swans defensive 50 lands in Geelong hands, Tyson Stengle the beneficiary as he kicks the first of the second. GEEL 47-7.

9.03 Grand final inclusion Hayden McLean plucks a contested grab with one arm at the top of the goal square to hand the Swans a much-needed goal. GEEL 49-13.

16.11 A free kick against Tom McCartin gives Hawkins his third after the Swans had stemmed the bleeding. GEEL 55-13.

19.07 Sydney co-captain Callum Mills gets a required major after some clever footwork from WA Swan Chad Warner. GEEL 55-19.

20:53 Stengle lands his second with a perfect set shot from outside 50. GEEL 61-19.

26.04 After a quiet start, Swans star Isaac Heeney gets himself into the contest by nailing a set shot after a diving grab. GEEL 62-26.

Q3: Geelong 15.11 (101) Sydney 4.3 (27)

1.40 Cats draw first blood off the boot of veteran Cat Mitch Duncan GEEL 68-26.

3.42 A shocker from T. McCartin is cut-off by Close in the Cats goal square and he does not miss. GEEL 74-26.

5.25 Smith puts his hand up for the Norm Smith with his third goal. GEEL 80-26.

11.53 Cam Guthrie earns a free kick after Ollie Florent is caught holding the ball. GEEL 86-27.

17.43 It’s all too easy for Stengle, who gets his third with a snap around the body. GEEL 93-27.

20.54 And another for Stengle, who matched the Swans’ team effort for four goals. GEEL 99-27.

Q4: Geelong 20.13 (113) Sydney 8.4 (52)

6.00 Warner pegs one back for the ravaged Swans but the game is over. GEEL 101-33.

7.19 Patrick Dangerfield unselfish, hands off to Jeremy Cameron, who unloads from 50. GEEL 107-33.

15.01 Medical sub Brandan Parfitt receives a handball in the goal square to score a major with his first kick. GEEL 115-34.

16.22 Paddy McCartin gets a consolation goal after being moved forward. GEEL 115-40.

19.59 Defender Sam De Koning gets a hand then foot on a Dangerfield snap on the goal line. 121-40.

21:12 Warner becomes the only multiple goal-scorer for the Swans with his second. 121-46.

24:21 Emotions pour over as captain Joel Selwood boots one from just inside 50. 127-46.

26:04 Cameron mimics opening a beer with his goal celebration as he earns his second. 133-46.

29.15 Tom Papley seals the scoring with the final major of the decider. 133-52.

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