North Melbourne’s AFLW star Jasmine Garner helped lead North Melbourne to a commanding 11.8 (74) to six.2 (38) semi-final victory over Richmond on Saturday.
But it surely was throughout a post-game interview with Nat Edwards that the emotion of the second poured out of Garner and he or she let slip with an F-bomb.
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Garner was dominant all through the competition, ending with 22 disposals, 17 of which have been contested, seven tackles and two targets as North booked their spot in a preliminary remaining contest towards Melbourne.
Edwards requested the North star how she was feeling after securing the victory and what her overwhelming feelings have been. Garner started to offer her reply earlier than the swear phrase slipped out which she instantly apologised for.
“It’s bloody superior. We got here out firing, we knew the Tigers have been going to offer it their all however we completely f***ing love taking part in at this … sorry … we love taking part in at this floor and yeah so happy with the women,” Garner stated.
Garner put North on her again, placing the demons of her Rd 10 efficiency behind her to take Richmond aside with a scintillating efficiency befitting of one of the best participant in AFLW.
It will likely be the primary time within the membership’s historical past they’ve performed a preliminary remaining subsequent week towards the red-hot Dees, however their scoring energy will trigger complications this week for Mick Stinear after kicking 10 targets for the primary time this yr.
The edges met in Rd 2 this yr with Melbourne operating out two-point winners, however North look poised to go all the best way for the primary time and trigger an upset subsequent week.
When the perimeters performed out a draw within the remaining spherical of the season, which stored the Tigers inside the highest 4 and North clinging to eighth, Garner was expertly tagged by Meg Macdonald, having simply 13 touches.
However the North star proved the distinction as she broke the shackles early to place the Roos on her again.
Macdonald went to Garner once more however the coaches’ greatest participant of the season winner turned the tables as she took her aside with 9 touches within the first quarter.
Jess Hosking moved to her for a part of the second time period, however Crocker moved his star utility ahead the place she kicked two huge targets to all however put Richmond away.
– with James Mottershead, NCA Newswire