SAM Gordon is setting the world alight.
The tall forward was dominant - slotting nine straight goals - as Camperdown came-from-behind to defeat Hamilton Kangaroos on Saturday.
The Magpies were slow out of the blocks but booted 11 goals to the Kangaroos' four after quarter-time to post a 13.12 (90) to 11.5 (71) triumph.
Gordon was simply awesome.
"He's been great for us," Magpies coach Neville Swayn said.
It's not all about how many goals he kicks. He's able to bring others into the game.Neville Swayn
"He's just that focal point in attack. I think we helped him after quarter-time as we delivered the ball into him a lot better.
"It's not all about how many goals he kicks. He's able to bring others into the game and he does."
Swayn said the quarter-time scoreline was a combination of Hamilton Kangaroos' dominance and Camperdown's lethargy.
"They were really good early. They hardly missed a target," he said.
"We didn't hit many targets. I think we allowed them to play well a bit too.
"We were five goals down at quarter-time and I was happy with how we responded after that. I think we won the last three quarters.
"After quarter-time our ball use got better and we finished the game off as it got wet and turned into a bit of a slog."
Swayn said Hamilton Kangaroos was able to move the ball effectively through the middle and "opened us up going forward".
Despite the success - and Camperdown being two games clear inside the Hampden league's top five - Swayn said there was still improvement in his men.
"We're happy but we know we've got a lot of work left in us. We're a work in progress but feel like we're on the right track."
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