Richmond 5.6 7.9 8.11 13.13 91 Sydney 0.2 2.7 6.9 8. 14 62 The Richmond Tigers have run out comprehensive 29-point winners over the Sydney Swans at the MCG. Richmond have had the wood over Sydney in Melbourne in recent seasons, derailing their top four aspirations last season and spoiling
Every year there’s a few bolters. A few guys who just make you sit up and go ‘whoa, where the heck did HE come from?’. Some of them are shocks, others more expected but nonetheless pleasing to their own fans. 10) Craig Bird (Sydney) Your author hadn’t even heard of
Grinners West Coast Despite injuries, despite a non-forward line, the Eagles juggernaut just keeps on rolling. North did stand up and put up a fight, but defeating the Eagles in Perth looks to be an impossible task once more. Gold Coast youngsters No Ablett. No Harbrow. No Rischitelli. No Bock.
Grinners Richmond I know it’s no consolation, but at this rate the Tigers will certainly play finals, and they’ll surely start winning soon. Sydney With the faltering of Collingwood, the uneasiness at Geelong and the simple points differential they have over Hawthorn, they’ve got to be a top 4 chance,
Where and When: Aurora Stadium, 1:10pm AEST TV and Radio: Fox Footy (Live)/SEN and ABC774 Odds: Hawthorn $1.33, Sydney $3.45 Hawthorn and Sydney will both receive big boosts to their sides coming into their Sunday clash, with club captains Luke Hodge and Adam Goodes returning to the fray for what
SYDNEY SWANS: 5.5 9.7 14.9 17.11 (113) NORTH MELBOURNE: 1.3 6.7 7.11 10.17 (77) Sydney have made a better start to the year than their 2005 premiership season, and their best overall since 1998 with a comfortable win at the SCG against the on-the-rise Kangaroos.
Sydney and North Melbourne are set to face-off in what will likely be an incredibly tight and tough affair at the SCG today. Both sides’ lead-up form has been exceptional, with Sydney undefeated and the Kangaroos only losing narrowly to another perfect side in Essendon. Last week, the Kangaroos controlled
Grinners: Geelong The greatest team of all. GWS Whatever you want to say about the new kids, these guys have ticker. The Giants hadn’t kicked a goal to half-time, but came out and gave it a red-hot crack in the third. Did deservedly well in the second half. Port Adelaide
The Dockers travel to the SCG today in what looks to be one of the matches of the round. Sydney and Fremantle are not foreign to close encounters, with the last match-up between these teams resulting in an 11-point victory to Fremantle. Fremantle, under new coach Ross Lyon, started their
Brought to you by Sportingbet.com.au So Sheeds you reckon you and your new mob have done a great job building a list and you’re going to “make it an arm wrestle” this week. Well I’d hate to burst your bubble but the TAB doesn’t agree and have you at $21 to win the
Where and When: Saturday, 1pm AEDT Blacktown International Sports Park While both the Swans and the Suns suffered close losses last weekend, it’s the Suns who will be looking more for redemption after being beaten by their little brothers in the first clash of the new clubs. With both sides looking
Where and When: Etihad Stadium, Friday 9 March, 6:10 pm It’s set to be a cracker of a game tonight, as Essendon host Sydney at Etihad Stadium. If the match is half as good as their epic encounter in Round 20 last year, when Adam Goodes blazed his way to
Grinners Port Adelaide They should have really knocked off the Blues by more, and only got beaten by the last kick against the Crows. However, it wasn’t just that they looked very good, but it was the manner of victory. Port had two players get donuts in the Carlton game,
Sure, every team has their star. Their B&F challenger, their Brownlow medallist, the player (or players) who draw in their fans. However, there are also a lot of unheralded heroes in the AFL, and here’s a few. 10- Dale Morris (Western Bulldogs) Morris has come through the rookie system and
It was a typical Sydney day, at least going by this year’s standards. The humidity meant handling the ball was always going to the tough and a real test of the player’s skills. Collingwood went into the game without the usual star-studded line-up – captain and vice-captain Nick Maxwell and