The Sunday Mail (Queensland)

Cameron’s plea: don’t go Treloar


GREATER Western Syd­ney coach Leon Cameron hopes star midfielder Adam Treloar will stick with the club af­ter they pro­duced a record-break­ing ef­fort yesterday to com­plete a stun­ning 170-point turn­around in a week.

The Giants kicked 15 goals to three af­ter half­time to can­ter to an 81-point home win over a vastly un­der­strength Carl­ton at Spot­less Sta­dium.

The Blues’ heavy loss came in front of in­com­ing head coach Bren­don Bolton.

“He’s pretty keen for me to coach out the sea­son although I wouldn’t have minded if he had have taken over at some stage,” quipped in­terim coach John Barker.

Carl­ton had 19 play­ers un­avail­able and the lack of depth was ruth­lessly ex­posed in the sec­ond half.

Jeremy Cameron kicked seven goals, all af­ter half­time, to swell his tally for the year to 61 as the Giants romped to a 20.12 (132) to 7.9 (51) vic­tory.

It was the Giants’ 11th win of the sea­son and their biggesteve­r win­ning mar­gin, eclips­ing their pre­vi­ous best of 78 set against Carl­ton in Mel­bourne this sea­son.

Flogged by 89 points by Syd­ney last week, GWS kicked a club-record 20 goals and fin­ished three points shy of their big­gest-ever score, also achieved in the early sea­son blowout of the Blues.

Treloar, who is be­ing tipped to leave GWS, kicked three goals and tal­lied 27 touches.

Cameron said Treloar loved the club and had a big de­ci­sion to make but dis­puted the midfielder was def­i­nitely leav­ing.

“We’re con­fi­dent we’re still right in the pic­ture,” he said.

 ??  ?? YOUR CALL: Adam Treloar.
YOUR CALL: Adam Treloar.

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