Demons rediscover fire to crush Lions


The first which Joe Daniher laid on Angus Brayshaw ended with a goal to Eric Hipwood. The second occurred at the other end of the ground when Jack Payne stopped Fritsch from getting his kick away when the Demon ran into the goal square rather than handball to the available Christian Petracca.

It was reasonable to expect they would have performed better if their skipper Dayne Zorko and lively forward Zac Bailey had been available but Melbourne were without their ruckman and leader Max Gawn.

Melbourne back on top as they returned from the bye in the mood to answer any critics

Melbourne back on top as they returned from the bye in the mood to answer any criticsCredit:Getty…



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