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Western Bulldogs star Bailey Smith HEADBUTTS Geelong rival Zach Tuohy

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Western Bulldogs star Bailey Smith HEADBUTTS Geelong rival Zach Tuohy as young gun suffers ‘brain snap’ during Friday night blockbuster

  • Bailey Smith may be in hot water after headbutting a Geelong rival on Friday
  • The Western Bulldogs star lost his cool during an altercation with Zach Tuohy
  • Smith threw his head at the Geelong player, causing a mark on his head

Bailey Smith may be in trouble after Western Bulldogs star headbutted Geelong player Zach Tuohy during a volatile Friday night clash in the AFL.

Doggies’ young gun aimed at Tuohy during a heated altercation at the end of the third term, during which the Geelong star appeared to move his head forward without making contact.

Smith then lost his cool and threw his head at Tuohy while holding on to his jersey and making contact with his rival.

Bailey Smith (left) could be in hot water after headbutting Geelong star Zach Tuohy (right)

The Western Bulldogs suffered a brain fog when he threw his head at the Geelong Cats star

The Western Bulldogs suffered a brain fog when he threw his head at the Geelong Cats star

Tuohy immediately flinched and touched his head as Geelong stars came to rescue their teammate as tensions spilled over.

The Geelong star was seen with a red spot on his forehead and Smith was immediately reported for the incident.

Garry Lyon said on Fox Sports: “It’s so strange for a young man who is the most prominent player in the league right now.”

Tuohy was left with a visible mark on his forehead after the ugly Friday night incident

Tuohy was left with a visible mark on his forehead after the ugly Friday night incident

Jonathan Brown added: ‘Absolute brain teaser, the old Liverpool kiss. Precious because he was fantastic in that quarter. What will the AFL say about that? They said Buddy Franklin’s act was cowardice, what are they going to call it?

“The gut feeling is that it doesn’t look great for the game. They won’t be happy about it. I think the AFL would like [to give Smith] more than a week.’

Tuohy was quick to dismiss the incident after the match, revealing that he had patched things up with Smith at the final siren.

“Emotions clearly got the better of us both, I pulled and dragged him as he was me, so there wasn’t much in it,” said the Irishman. “It was all love in the end.”

Jeremy Cameron scored six goals as the Cats took a big win over their top eight rivals

Jeremy Cameron scored six goals as the Cats took a big win over their top eight rivals

Jeremy Cameron was the difference in a game where it was difficult to score goals. He scored three and put in another in the opening quarter to enable the Cats to storm to a 33-point lead at the first break.

After going quiet like his team during the second and third term, Cameron came back to life in the final quarter to score a further three goals to finish with six.

The GWS nine-time leading goalkicker, who arrived in Geelong for the 2021 season, made 500 career goals in the first quarter.

Geelong’s crucial win – their eighth of the season – over another finals contender allows them to place the bye right into the top four.

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