News Round 10 Fixture Change

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TigermanM2

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Richmond will round out its 2022 home and away season against Collingwood on Saturday, March 12 at Victoria Park.

The AFL announced the Round 10 fixture on Thursday morning, with the Tigers having originally been fixtured to host Brisbane.

The final-round clash against the Magpies will kick off at 3:10pm.

The Round will see six out of the seven matches played in Victoria as part of the Festival of Footy extravaganza that commences with Round 10 of NAB AFLW and leads into Round One of the 2022 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

The Festival of Footy in Victoria will give all footy fans from metro and regional Victoria, and those travelling from interstate, an opportunity to come to a game and see their AFLW and AFL teams across a 10-day period.

General Manager Women’s Football Nicole Livingstone said she looked forward to seeing as many AFLW supporters as possible head to matches in the final round of the home-and-away season.

"We are thrilled to be able to update the AFLW community with the fixture for Round 10 of the 2022 NAB AFL Women’s Competition, and with some big match ups which will determine the make-up of the top six, we share in the excitement of all fans in looking forward to the final round of the home-and away season," Ms. Livingstone said.

"The Festival of Footy in Victoria will see a celebration for all footy fans and we look forward to cheering on AFLW and AFL teams across the 10-day period."

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Lsta062

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Kinda happy that we’re not playing Brisbane or Adelaide. Would have preferred Carlton tbh but Collingwood will do.

Losing a home game sucks though
 

TigermanM2

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Bernardi/D'Arcy/Dargan/Ross/Shevlin/Whitford/Tesoriero/Sheahan - Frederick Cup.
 

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TigermanM2

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I think we have a better chance of rolling the Pies than the Lions so that's a plus for us.

We have a very small chance of nailing that 6th spot if we win every game. Rely on other results going our way but it could come down to that last match against the Pies with both finishing on 20 pts and percentage deciding the finals spot. At the moment we are 10% behind but if we win all 3 and they lose 2 of the 3, finals for Tigers is possible.

Winning games in bold.

6. Collingwood​

16 points (four wins, three losses), 101.5 per cent

The run home
R8: Western Bulldogs @ Victoria Park

R9: Adelaide @ Norwood Oval
R10: Richmond @ Victoria Park

Win one of three and finish on 20 pts.

7. Western Bulldogs​

14 points (three wins, one draw, three losses), 90.9 per cent

The run home

R8: Collingwood @ Victoria Park
R9: West Coast @ Optus Stadium
R10: Brisbane @ Mars Stadium

Win one of the three and finish on 18 pts. They need to lose to Pies as they can only win one game for us to make it and I cant see them losing to the Eagles.

8. Gold Coast​

14 points (three wins, one draw, three losses), 78.0 per cent

The run home
R8: St Kilda @ Trevor Barker Beach Oval

R9: Carlton @ Ikon Park
R10: Fremantle @ Fremantle Oval

Win one out of the three and finish on 18 pts.


9. Richmond​

8 points (two wins, five losses), 91.5 per cent

The run home
R8: Geelong @ Swinburne Centre
R9: Giants @ Giants Stadium
R10: Collingwood @ Victoria Park


Win all 3 and we finish on 20 pts.
 

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