An incredible fight back from the Gold Coast SUNS led to a win against Richmond that fans won’t forget anytime soon.

A clutch goal on the siren from Noah Anderson put the SUNS two points in front and secured the win.

The midfielder had slogged all day finishing with two majors, 26 touches at 88.5% efficiency, nine marks, seven tackles, six clearances and a game-high 651 metres gained.

The match winning moment was spurred on by an incredible Charlie Ballard smother on the goal line, with the defender working his way into the game, with 6 intercepts and 11 marks at the final siren.

Ben Ainsworth was relentless across four quarters, providing a steadying hand and scoreboard pressure.

Two goals and 12 score involvements complemented his 26 touches, 14 marks and six inside 50s.

Co-captain Touk Miller was a machine across the ground, having a hand in seven score involvements and had 16 contested possessions and an impressive 13 clearances.

Sam Collins was another senior player who didn’t put his head down all night, working hard to quell a fast-moving Richmond across four quarters.

Meanwhile the ever-reliable David Swallow posted a settling goal that prompted the SUNS fight back, he finished with 23 touches and three clearances, eight score involvements and three intercepts.

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