The Cats 20.5 (125) to 9.18 (72) win is a clubrecord eighth in a row against Sydney and moves them back within two points of the AFL ladderleading Magpies with four games remaining before the finals.
Steve Johnson was best on ground apple smartphone 5 with six goals and 25 possessions and Gary Ablett (three goals) was also superb, while the likes of Darren Milburn, James Kelly and Joel Selwood contributed strongly for the reigning premiers.
Just like their 73point belting against Melbourne last week, Sydney had far too many passengers, with Adam Goodes virtually the only Swan who could hold his head high after the game, registering three goals and 22 touches in a lone hand.
Sydney were competitive in the first quarter, apple smartphone 5 but they were held to a solitary goal in each of the second and third quarters to fall away badly.
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The Swans are still chasing their first victory over Geelong since round five, 2006.
The only real positive for Sydney is Carlton loss to Collingwood earlier on Saturday, leaving them both clinging to the top eight with 99 records, while ninthplaced North Melbourne have an opportunity to join them on 36 points when they face the Bulldogs on Sunday.
While the Swans are in the midst of a apple smartphone 5 longterm quest to add depth to their list, Geelong are blessed with talent to burn, bringing in Tom Hawkins, Trent West and Shannon Byrnes for James Podsiadly (soreness), Jimmy Bartel (ankle) and Mark Blake (dropped).
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Cats coach Mark Thompson suggested Blake will find it tough to get back in the side, making the rather damning comment before the game the ruckman “wasn in good enough form so we decided he needs to go back and sort out whether he wants to play our way”.
Sydney biggest problem has been covering for apple smartphone 5 injured fullforward Daniel Bradshaw and it was again an area of concern on Saturday night.
A 25point halftime lead blew out to 65points at the final charge as Geelong continued their charge towards September.
GEELONG 5.1 10.1 18.3 20.5 (125)
SYDNEY 3.7 4.12 5.16 9.18 (72)
Goals: Geelong: S Johnson 6 C Mooney 3 G Ablett 3 A Mackie B Ottens C Ling J Hunt J Kelly S Byrnes T Varcoe T West. Sydney: A Goodes 3 J Bolton 2 B Kirk J Kennedy J White K Jack.
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