Sport RIchmond roar back to form, decimate Lions

11:35  16 july  2017
11:35  16 july  2017 Source:   ABC News

Cats hammer Lions by 85 points

  Cats hammer Lions by 85 points Geelong has run rampant at the Gabba with an 85-point win over the Brisbane Lions.The Lions fell to a 24.13 (163) to 11.12 (78) defeat, despite coming into the game buoyant after their biggest win of the season last week, defeating Essendon at the MCG.

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Dustin Martin of the tigers celebrates during the round four AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Richmond Tigers at The Gabba on April 16, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. © Jason O'Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images Dustin Martin of the tigers celebrates during the round four AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Richmond Tigers at The Gabba on April 16, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. Dustin Martin and Richmond have made tough work of a regulation 31-point AFL win over bottom side Brisbane.

Martin led the way as the Tigers rallied from a sluggish first half and won 16.16 (112) to 12.9 (81) on Sunday at Docklands Stadium.

The Tigers star will probably come under video review after a running battle with Nick Robertson in the third term, but it should not affect his Brownlow Medal favouritism.

"It was annoying, but a bit of fun," Martin said of Robertson. Robertson is set for a suspension after he head-butted Tigers captain Trent Cotchin in an eventful third term.

Martin's disposal was ordinary to halftime, but he starred in the second half and ended up with a game-high 40 disposals and a whopping 14 clearances.

Lyon: Richmond are a genuine flag contender in 2017 .
The Tigers can win the flag this season, according to Garry Lyon. Prominent footy caller Garry Lyon believes there are only six sides that are a genuine premiership chance in 2017.And the biggest shock from the group Lyon identified is undoubtedly Richmond.The Tigers haven’t claimed a flag since 1980, and have become infamous for failing in big finals in more recent times.“Adelaide, Geelong, Great Western Sydney, Port Adelaide, Richmond and Sydney - they’re the ones that right now are absolute (contenders),” Lyon told SEN Breakfast.

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