Missed chances will eat away at Cats

Geelong coach Chris Scott lamented his side’s inability to capitalise on a period of dominance before halftime in the AFL grand final defeat to Richmond. Scott says missed opportunities will “eat away” at his side for some time after they blew a 22-point lead. The Cats kicked five consecutive goals after conceding the first two at the Gabba on Saturday night and took control of the contest during the second quarter. Mitch Duncan, Tom Stewart and Cam Guthrie were all influential...

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