The GWS Giants made a statement with their 16-point win over the Adelaide Crows on Saturday night. The Giants came out firing and never looked back, recording their fifth straight win and putting themselves in a strong position to make the finals.
The Giants were led by a dominant performance from their midfield, with Josh Kelly, Tim Taranto, and Jacob Hopper all having big games. The Crows were unable to match the Giants' intensity in the midfield, and they were punished for it.
The Giants' defense was also outstanding, keeping the Crows to just 11 goals for the game. Harry Perryman was a standout in defense, while Phil Davis and Nick Haynes were also very good.
The win was a huge statement from the Giants, who are now just percentage outside of the top eight. The Giants have shown that they are a team to be reckoned with, and they will be a dangerous proposition in the finals if they can continue their current form.
The Giants' win over the Crows was a statement of intent. The Giants are a team on the rise, and they are not to be taken lightly. If the Giants can continue their current form, they will be a force to be reckoned with in the finals.