Suns to focus on ‘damaging’ Cats star

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Gold Coast co-captain Touk Miller has promised the Suns will “goal” Geelong’s Tom Stewart in comparable style to Port Adelaide’s profitable taming of the Cats star final week.

A pissed off Stewart was stored quiet final Friday evening at GMHBA Stadium, with the Energy’s Jed McEntee’s profitable tagging mission on the five-time All-Australian a key think about Port’s six-point win.

The Suns took be aware of the Energy’s success in nullifying Stewart and appear more likely to undertake comparable techniques in Darwin on Thursday evening.

“He’s a very damaging participant and has been for a very long time,” Miller stated of Stewart.

“He’s somebody we’re going to look to focus on. I do know he in all probability sees that coming already, however whenever you do have actually good gamers in your staff, you’ve obtained to discover a solution to both work round them or limit their harm.”

Stewart admitted he let his frustrations with McEntree’s shut consideration get the higher of him final week in gifting away a 50m penalty.

“I confirmed I used to be human and I’m OK with that,” Geelong’s vice-captain stated.

“I anticipate it most weeks and it’s a badge of honour for me. From the place I’ve come from to the place I’m now, to have groups placing that a lot effort and time into to my sport to stifle what I can do is one thing that I put on proudly.

“I anticipate the identical from Gold Coast, and we anticipate to do the identical to their good gamers like Touk.

“It’s AFL footy and it’s what we anticipate.”

After beginning their season with seven successive wins, the Cats have misplaced two video games on the trot.

“We the previous few weeks haven’t been at our greatest, however we predict we’ve had a very good preparation and we’re excited to return up in opposition to a high quality outfit,” Stewart stated.

“We gave ourselves a shot to win (in opposition to Port) however sadly we got here up quick. The lesson from that’s be prepared for the competition earlier and no be too retreative in the way in which we play the sport and get the ball up in our half.”

Stewart confirmed that stalwart Tom Hawkins had not travelled to Darwin and can be rested.

The Cats may even be with out Hawkins’ fellow ahead Jeremy Cameron (concussion).

“We will solely play who Geelong put on the market,” Miller stated.

The Suns are chasing back-to-back Darwin wins after beating North Melbourne by 68 factors at TIO Stadium final Saturday.

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