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Pies’ midfield allows Molloy AFLW freedom

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Collingwood using Chloe Molloy in attack is the “luxury” that a rival captain says highlights the Magpies’ midfield power and makes them a genuine AFLW premiership threat this season.

The versatile 22-year-old would be capable of filling a starting on-ball role at just about any club in the competition.

But with Brittany Bonnici, Jaimee Lambert and co-captain Brianna Davey all fit and firing in the centre square, Pies coach Steve Symonds can afford to use his most explosive player where she can hurt opponents directly on the scoreboard.

Molloy is among the league’s leading goalkickers this year with six in four matches, helping send the unbeaten Magpies’ flag credentials soaring ahead of Sunday’s meeting with fellow contenders Melbourne at…



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