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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Greater Western Sydney Giants Kicking News

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August 29, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron kicks seven goals in win over Carlton
"With key forward Jeremy Cameron (seven goals, 12 marks) in complete command in attack, the Giants powered away after an even first half to win 20.12 (132) to 7.9 (51).... Cameron’s seven goals all came after half-time to swell his tally for the year to 61." - AFL

July 12, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron kicks five goals in win over St Kilda
"Five goals from spearhead Jeremy Cameron has propelled Greater Western Sydney back into the top eight and back on track for a maiden finals berth with a 35-point win over St Kilda at Spotless Stadium. The Giants survived a second-half onslaught from the Saints to come away with a 12.12 (84) to 6.13 (49) triumph in front of 9178 fans on Sunday afternoon to end a three-game losing run and lift their win-loss record to 8-6." - AFL

May 16, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron kicks five goals in win over Carlton
"Carlton led for just two-and-a-half minutes as the Giants kicked eight goals in the third term to record a dominant 19.21 (135) to 9.3 (57) win. It’s the Giants’ biggest score in their history. Jeremy Cameron was again the star up front, kicking five goals, and was Well supported by Cam McCarthy and James Stewart (both two goals)." - AFL

May 9, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron kicks seven goals in win over Hawthorn
"Jeremy Cameron has booted seven goals to inspire Greater Western Sydney to a 10-point upset of reigning premier Hawthorn at Spotless Stadium. In front of 13,556 fans, the second-largest crowd ever seen at the ground, the Giants pulled off the best win in their history, thanks to a stirring second half. Cameron was the match-winner for the Giants up forward while co-captain Callan Ward, Ryan Griffen and 50-gamer Stephen Coniglio led the midfield charge. Devon Smith also kicked three goals for the Giants, with Adam Treloar, Dylan Shiel and Tom Scully also sharing plenty of the footy." - AFL

April 25, 2015 - Cam McCarthy kicks five goals in win over Gold Coast
"Greater Western Sydney’s goalkicking woes have continued but the Giants were still far too slick for Gold Coast, romping to a record breaking 66-point victory at StarTrack Oval on Saturday night. The Giants eclipsed their greatest winning margin of 64 points against Melbourne in round 21 last season, beating the Suns 16.23 (119) to 7.11 (53). Young forward Cam McCarthy starred for GWS with five goals while Jeremy Cameron slotted four and should have had more. The 2013 All Australian finished the night with 4.6." - AFL

April 5, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron kicks four goals in win over St. Kilda
"Four goals to Jeremy Cameron have helped to lift Greater Western Sydney to a nine-point win over St Kilda in a dramatic season opener at Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Giants held off the Saints in an emotion-charged final term during which captain Nick Riewoldt left the field with neck whiplash that landed him in hospital. Two of the last three goals of the game sealed the win for the Giants, 12.15 (87) to 11.12 (78), with the Saints struggling for accuracy in attack, scoring four late behinds as they threatened to overwhelm the visitors." - AFL

March 5, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron signed thru 2020
"Young star Jeremy Cameron knocked back a seven-year offer from Adelaide to stay with Greater Western Sydney in the AFL. Cameron agreed to a monster five-year deal with the Giants, understood to be worth around $4 million.... Cameron is the game's top young key forward and the new deal means he will be with the Giants at least until 2020. Two years ago, he was the first Giant to make the All-Australian team and also won the club best and fairest award. He has led their goalkicking in all three seasons since they joined the AFL, kicking 120 goals over 51 matches. Cameron only managed 14 games last year because of repeated ankle injuries, but he still managed 29 goals." - ninemsn

January 21, 2015 - Jeremy Cameron back after ankle surgery
"Leon Cameron is more concerned with ensuring his star forward is able to play injury-free after battling ankle problems last season. 

The GWS coach said Cameron, 22, was enjoying a solid pre-season and looked to be over the problems that bedevilled him in 2014.

 After kicking 62 goals in 2013, Cameron played 14 matches and kicked 29 goals last season. He battled a right ankle injury then suffered a perforated eardrum before having his left ankle operated on in July to ensure he would be right for 2015. '
"We're really confident with the pre-season that he’s had that he can find that sort of form that he had in 2013,' Cameron told SEN. But Cameron said he was more focused on the forward’s ability to play injury-free than being concerned about his form. '[It’s more] that he can actually run freely, he can run out on the ground week-in, week-out … where he is actually not hampered by some of the issues he had with his body last year,' he said." - Giants

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