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Cats return home

Geelong youngster Nathan Krueger is set to return from a concussion in Sunday’s clash with Collingwood. (Sports Media Image/Marcel Berens)

GEELONG will play its first match at GMHBA Stadium in more than a month when it hosts Collingwood on Sunday.

The Cats last played at home in Round 2 against Northern Blues.

Nathan Krueger looks set to return from a concussion suffered in the loss to Essendon on May 5, while Charlie Constable has been dropped from the AFL team.

Kyle Reid will make his debut for the Cats as 23rd man.

From the Gippsland Power, Reid has been playing for St Mary’s in the Geelong league.

MEANWHILE, Geelong’s VFL Women’s team will host Essendon at Colac’s Central Reserve on Saturday.

AFLW duo Bec Goring and Denby Taylor will provide a welcome boost for the Cats, who were well beaten by Melbourne Uni in Round 1.

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GEELONG (12th) vs. COLLINGWOOD (13th)

GMHBA Stadium

Sunday, May 20, 1:00pm


GEELONG (9th) vs. ESSENDON (6th)

Central Reserve  – Colac

Saturday, May 19, 12:00pm