The Flag Candidate Who “Sneaks Under the Radar”

Geelong looms in the race for the premiership, according to David King.

The race for the top eight is getting more exciting after Collingwood’s upset victory over Melbourne on Queen’s Day.

The 8-4 Cats occupy fifth on the ladder and have a favorable run home, playing West Coast and North Melbourne twice.

Chris Scott’s side has home games at GMHBA Stadium against the Eagles, Kangaroos, Melbourne, Western Bulldogs and St Kilda ahead.

King thinks the Cats are going under the radar as the ladder gets tighter.

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“Carlton fans are overjoyed. Collingwood fans are overjoyed,” said the North Melbourne champion Whateley from SEN

“Richmond fans are back in the game. They think, ‘We just have to qualify here. We just have to get on the grid.”

“Melbourne fans are still holding the line, ‘It’ll be okay’. Brisbane fans are saying, ‘We’re back’. Freo fans, they’ve been the loudest fans all year, and rightly so, good for them.

‘Gelong didn’t say anything. Geelong just sneaks under the radar every week and is probably in the top two or three contenders right now.

“I think we’re in for a fantastic last 10 weeks.”

The Cats travel to Perth to face the struggling Eagles on Saturday.

Geelong have won their last three games and will be out mid-season.