WITHOUT doubt the biggest change has come about with Geelong’s first loss of the season. In coming up just one goal short against Collingwood, the door was opened for Hawthorn to seize top spot on the ladder for the first time this year. Geelong hasn’t fallen far, after all they’ve only lost one game, and
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Round 5 Results Geelong Cats 21.14-140 def Werribee Tigers 12.13-85 11:00 AM, Sat 4 May at Simonds Stadium GOALS Geelong Cats: N. Vardy 6, G. Burbury 6, S. Kersten 4, J. Caddy 2, D. McFarlane 2, J. Schroder Werribee Tigers: B. Warren 2, S. Clouston 2, R. Castello , T. McGenniss
COULD the AFL have engineered a more compelling game for next Friday night? After both Essendon and Geelong continued in their winning ways, their Round 7 matchup at Etihad Stadium looks set to be the game of the season. Sitting one notch behind that game will be the Grand Final rematch between Sydney and Hawthorn
Round 7 Results Perth 19.16 (130) def East Perth 11.13 (79) Thu, 25 Apr, 2:10 PM at Brownes Stadium GOALS Perth: 4 S.Tunbridge, P.Bevan, 2 B.Stack, M.Florio, M.Moody, D.White, F.Mcinnes, 1 A.Smith East Perth: 3 S.Lycett, 2 J.Smith, B.Higgins, A.Bennell, 1 M.Seal, G.Moss BEST Perth: J.Risol, P.Bevan, S.Tunbridge, A.Smith, M.Boyle East Perth: B.Lee, C.Wulff, P.Johnson, S.Wellingham, M.Rosa West Perth
Round 5 Results Norwood 9.13-67 def West Adelaide 6.5-41 3:10 PM, Thu 25 Apr at Coopers Stadium GOALS Norwood: B. Zorzi 2, D. Pfeiffer 2, K. Murphy , S. Phillips , M. Grigg , B. Jefferies , B. Dawe West Adelaide: P. Nelson 2, T. Silverlock 2, B. Kirk ,
Five weeks in and we are starting to see some separation amongst the teams in this year’s competition but as you cast your eye over the top eight there is no more surprising team at the top end than Port Adelaide. The Power is sitting very comfortably at the number two spot and deservedly so.
Round 4 Results Bendigo Gold 9.6-60 lost to Collingwood 25.26-176 6:30 PM, Fri 26 Apr at Queen Elizabeth Oval GOALS Bendigo Gold: C. Walls 2, A. Pollock , R. Thomson , J. Bolton , T. Hams , . Magin , B. McInnes , D. Toman Collingwood: K. Martin 4,
WHILE we celebrate the fact that Melbourne got their first win of the season after a spectacular 12-goal final quarter, we should also remember the fact that Carlton got their first win as well in the Malthouse era. It came later than we all expected but unlike Melbourne they have been close all year and
Round 6 Results East Fremantle 12.14 (86) lost to East Perth 14.12 (96) 20-Apr-2013 12.30 PM at East Fremantle Oval GOALS East Fremantle: 4 R.Lester-smith, 2 M.Boyle, 1 R.Hadley, B.Peake, B.Dick, A.Stephen, M.Duffy, M.Mcgough East Perth: 3 M.Seal, 2 J.Smith, P.Johnson, 1 B.Wilson, B.Higgins, C.Grover, R.Maldenis, S.Lycett, G.Moss, M.White BEST East Fremantle: M.Brown, B.Cooper, R.Lester-smith, T.Howlett East Perth: P.Johnson, M.White, B.Lee,
Round 3 Results Bendigo Gold 7.14-56 lost to North Ballarat 21.15-141 6:30 PM / Fri 19 Apr at Queen Elizabeth Oval GOALS Bendigo Gold: S. Stroobants 2, R. Thomson , D. Putt , T. Hams , . Magin , J. Brooker North Ballarat: A. Black 5, J. Linke
Round 4 Results West Adelaide 8.10-58 def North Adelaide 7.15-57 Fri 19 Apr 7:10 PM at City Mazda Stadium GOALS West Adelaide: T. Silverlock 3, J. Beech 2, A. Fielke , D. Webb , S. Green North Adelaide: L. Ryswyk , D. Stewart , M. Thring , J.
Round 2 Results Northern Blues 30.16-196 def Bendigo Gold 4.8-32 1:00 PM, Sat 13 Apr at Visy Park (Princes Park) GOALS Northern Blues: T. Thomas 6, T. Menzel 4, L. Mitchell 3, D. Ellard 3, J. Laidler 3, A. Marcon 2, T. Bell 2, T. Totevski 2,
While Melbourne continues to languish at the bottom of the ladder, the feel-good story for this year so far has to be Port Adelaide after their comeback win over hometown rival Adelaide in today’s Showdown. Last year the Power managed just five wins, and they are three already this year. Not to be eclipsed in
Round 3 Results Panthers 5.8-38 lost to West Adelaide 22.12-144 Fri 12 Apr 7:40 PM at Hickinbotham Oval GOALS Panthers: J. Thewlis 3, S. Snook , P. Rolfe West Adelaide: TBA BEST Panthers: T. Stribling, T. Redigolo, X. Gotch West Adelaide: TBA Reports: Nil Port Adelaide 16.10-106 def Glenelg
Round 5 Results Subiaco 4.9 (33) lost to Claremont 13.9 (87) 12-Apr-2013 6.45 PM at Medibank Stadium GOALS Subiaco: 2 A.Pickett, 1 R.Waters, R.Herring Claremont: 3 C.Jones, 2 I.Richardson, A.Hamp, 1 P.Mcginnity, J.Laurie, P.Medhurst, L.Blackwell, M.Seaby, J.Bradshaw BEST Subiaco: C.Wheeler, J.Bristow, G.Hampson, B.Randall, D.Rumble Claremont: J.Murphy, C.Jones, J.Laurie, R.Neates, J.Williams REPORTS: Nil West Perth 17.13 (115) def Peel Thunder
Round 1 Results Geelong Cats 12.16-88 def Williamstown 11.14-80 Sun 31 Mar 2:00 PM at Torquay Football Ground GOALS Geelong: J. Schroder 2, B. Raidme 2, J. Hamling 2, J. Hollmer 2, D. Gleeson , J. Thurlow , D. Measures , J. Corey Williamstown: J.
SOME big games, some close games and some not so close ones. Heaps of movement on the ladder as we’d expect so early in the season but Port Adelaide remains steadfastly up towards the top with a sparkling 200+ percentage. At the other end of the ladder Melbourne has yet to crack 100 points on
Round 4 Results South Fremantle 13.5 (83)lost to West Perth 13.8 (86) Fri, 05 Apr 2013 6:45 PM at Fremantle Oval GOALS South Fremantle: 4 A.Guglielmana, 3 J.Winter, 1 D.Ross, J.Sgherza, A.Gillespie, K.Smith, R.Adams, H.Schloithe West Perth: 3 M.Johnson, 2 A.Tsalikis, R.Kerr, M.Crisp, 1 M.Hutchings, M.Guadagnin, N.Rodda, J.Mellington BEST South
ORIGINAL POST: 31 Mar 2013 at 6:39pm THE split round to open the 2013 AFL season is almost over so with one game to go we thought it may be opportune to post the ladder as it currently stands. Subject to tomorrow’s game being the tight contest that we expect, we will see Port Adelaide
OAKLEIGH Chargers co-captain Jay Kennedy-Harris was outstanding in the Chargers’ seven-point win over the Calder Cannons yesterday. Kennedy-Harris is one to watch this season considering he played an impressive role in last year’s TAC Cup grand final. He played 15 TAC Cup matches last season and appears to have continued from where he left off.
Round 3 Results Peel Thunder 13.10 (88) lost to East Fremantle 17.9 (111) Fri, 29 Mar 2013 2:10 PM at Bendigo Bank Stadium GOALS Peel Thunder: 3 H.Crozier, K.Thornton, 2 M.Brown, J.Hannath, 1 V.Michie, T.Sheridan, J.Hawksley East Fremantle: 2 S.Henson, R.Lester-smith, M.Duffy, B.Peake, M.Mcgough, 1 B.O’brien, S.Menegola, R.O’brien, B.Sheppard,
THE 2013 season has started an while it may be premature to post a ladder with only two games having been played, it’s going to be a full week before the rest of the round is completed so what the heck! We looked at the official AFL ladder and they have made the curious decision
Round 2 Results West Perth 11.12 (78) def Subiaco 8.6 (54) March 22, 2013 6.45 PM at Medibank Stadium GOALS West Perth: 2 A.Tsalikis, K.Manning, J.Mellington, M.Fowler, 1 M.Guadagnin, J.Salecic, S.Nelson Subiaco: 2 C.Deluca, C.Sinclair, 1 R.Kerr, C.Wheeler, R.Herring, M.Smythe BEST West Perth: A.Tsalikis, C.Keunen, R.Kerr, J.Salecic,
Round 1 Results West Perth 19.19 (133) def East Perth 9.3 (57) GOALS: West Perth: 6 M.Johnson, 3 J.Mellington, 2 M.Crisp, A.Tsalikis, R.Bartholomew, 1 M.Fowler, J.Salecic, N.Rodda, S.Nelson East Perth: 2 D.Cadwallader, P.Johnson, 1 R.Maldenis, G.Moss, M.Seal, M.Swan, C.Wulff BEST: West Perth: M.Johnson, M.Pettigrew, S.Browne, N.Rodda, S.Nelson East Perth: P.Johnson, B.Lee, C.Wulff, G.Moss Reports: M.Swan (East Perth) Perth
THE AFL is yet to release the updated ladder so (once again) and with just a fraction of the resources that they have available to them, we’ve decided to take it upon ourselves to do it for them. As we all know by now Brisbane has so far made it through the competition undefeated and
2012 AFL Ladder TEAM P W L D PF PA % PTS 1 Hawthorn 22 17 5 0 2679 1733 154.59 68 2 Adelaide 22 17 5 0 2428 1833 132.46 68 3 Sydney (P) 22 16 6 0 2290 1629 140.58 64 4 Collingwood 22 16 6 0 2123 1823 116.46 64 5
2011 AFL Ladder TEAM P W L D PF PA % PTS 1 Collingwood 22 20 2 0 2592 1546 167.66 80 2 Geelong (P) 22 19 3 0 2548 1619 157.38 76 3 Hawthorn 22 18 4 0 2355 1634 144.12 72 4 West Coast 22 17 5 0 2235 1715 130.32 68
Western Bulldogs snatch third spot on the ladder from Collingwood with 24-point win at Etihad Stadium
St Kilda’s buffer on top of the ladder won’t be used as a reason for resting players, says coach Ross Lyon
Hawthorn’s premiership defence has become so much harder after it went down by 42 points to the Brisbane Lions at Aurora Stadium on Sunday
Hawthorn’s less than ideal start to 2009 continued yesterday, as the embattled reigning premier went down by 27 points to Adelaide at AAMI Stadium